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  • sisko_i_presume

    sisko_i_presume

    March 11, 2015, 3:24 am

    I had a confirmed case of swine flu in mid-August. It was was the worst sickness I've ever experienced. At its highest my fever reached 104.3 and never really dipped below 101 until I seemed to be over it. And when I was "over" the worst of it I went through a day or so where I would randomly black out.

    I'm not entirely sure where I picked it up - I ride public transit in South Jersey/Philly pretty often and had just come back from a week trip out west that involved a couple of hours on airplanes. It could have been something else, too.

    At least my cat was nice to me when I was sick. She slept on my knees whenever I was in bed.

    I didn't take any drugs besides advil to get over it. I pretty much slept.

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  • IMakeHotThingsNotHot

    IMakeHotThingsNotHot

    March 11, 2015, 6:28 am

    Haha, my mom is kinda the same way. She is funny about it though, I had no idea she had a problem with it until about four years ago when my brother told me she tells everyone how worried she is behind my back.

    It is incorrect to say that this job is safe, I mean what we do is run into burning buildings. That is a pretty dumb thing to do no matter how you look at it. I can tell you that the training is good enough, and our mentality is appropriate to keep it as safe as possible. As firefighters our number one concern is our own personal safety, our second concern is fellow firefighters. Interestingly enough, the number of firefighters that have died annually in the field has dropped so much that it is comparable to that of the firefighters that have died in training. You can imagine how few that is. Also training these days is so good and thorough that firefighters are very proficient and in turn safer. Obviously there are risks, but it's almost nil.

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  • hi_bye

    hi_bye

    March 10, 2015, 5:45 pm

    This happens to me. Sometimes, it is what I imagine is the fairly common thing: I am really mad or stressed and have these fantasies as a vent for my frustration. But it happens to me sometimes with much more ridiculous things. I will have the urge to do something sort of comical or ironic in a big crowd just because I want to see them react...and I want them to be reacting to me.

    I knew a guy who used to get these urges to throw his cellphone in the ocean. Then one day it accidentally fell out of his pocket and through the boards of a dock...into the ocean...and he likes to pretend he did it on purpose...

    Anyway, I think you're normal.

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  • hawklineroar

    hawklineroar

    March 10, 2015, 8:58 am

    When I was about 9 and my grandfather was in a nursing home 400 miles away, I woke up feeling like there was someone in my room and saw a human figure with no facial features or anything, but made up totally of pink and green dots, like a pointillist painting. It was standing in the doorway of my bedroom with one hand on each side of the doorframe, like how my grandfather always stood. He died a few days later, after suffering the whole week with a series of mini-strokes. I have no idea what it was, and I feel like I should have been freaked out but I felt really safe and comforted when it was there.

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  • jimbomac

    jimbomac

    March 11, 2015, 12:58 am

    That doesn't mean anything. I've met people who've had to move out of houses, people who've torn down 'haunted doors' and found hidden pagan symbols drawn under the frame, seen my dog refuse to sleep in a house (the only time this has happened) that my dad later that night saw a girl's apparition in. I could go on. Me not witnessing them first-hand doesn't matter; that's just the way it's unfolded. Just to get this straight, I'm not committing myself steadfast to one side of this argument; for all I know there are rational explanations for these events. I simply don't think that approaching unprovable/unwinnable arguments with blinkered, biased and unshakable views based on very hazy facts (this is true of both sides) is very insightful (I know that sounds offensive; it's not meant to be).

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  • jklol

    jklol

    March 10, 2015, 6:29 am

    not my own but one of my friend's:

    my friend's uncle and grandma live are both sick and aging so they live together and help each other out. his uncle's eye sight is failing. one night the uncle woke up in the middle of the night and thought he saw the grandma at his door singing before walking out of his room and down the hallway. the next morning he asked the grandma if she was in his room the night before, making no mention of the singing, to which she replies, "oh it was probably just the singing woman."

    ahhhh!!!!

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  • dredd

    dredd

    March 10, 2015, 6:52 am

    You need to look at the wider picture, this "article" comes around every couple of years, published in different western papers. Unsurprisingly, it typically is published when the government of the day is struggling in the political opinion poles (as the British government is now). You can limit yourself to looking at the small picture and consider it weak or you could look further afield at how governments try to manipulate and divert public opinion with non-issues. Anyway, in my opinion this type of "outrage" stems from racism dressed as nationalism. All nations mistreat and slaughter animals for food, why should we focus on one animal in one country?

    And why would I troll through brentcee23s past comments?

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  • BlackSquirrel

    BlackSquirrel

    March 10, 2015, 6:56 pm

    It's not his facts. It's his ridiculous conclusion and the facts that he conveniently leaves out of the article.

    What Alex does not tell you is that this has been in the mainstream press for days now (AP, USAToday, CBS news etc). He also mentions nothing in this article about the known scammer named Michael Hilton who created the fake company called 'American Police Force' in order to scam a little Montana town out of some money. He does not mention that both Congress and the Montana Attorney General are looking into this case.

    But somehow he knows exactly what is going on:

    *What appears to be happening here – and until relevant details are pried out of the prehensile grip of the people running things, we can’t know for sure – is nothing less than a corporatist-style military coup: the takeover of a small town in Montana by a politically connected, federally subsidized paramilitary organization (i.e. Blackwater).*

    This is an absurd conclusion given the known facts. The only known connection between APF and Blackwater is the fact that Hilton the scammer used a Blackwater training address on his website. This is what con artists do. There is no story here unless the deal somehow magically goes through and a real link between APF and Blackwater is found.

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  • hampster

    hampster

    March 10, 2015, 4:52 pm

    Thank you for your advice. I have tried some of that, though. I unplugged my internet and it has worked for some time, but then I need to look things up and it stresses me out not having it right there in front of me.

    Also, I've noticed that I tell myself I'm going to go read, and then I go to my room and I just... don't.

    ALSO. I've found that I just can't read at night. I mean, I can, but I hate it. I like reading on my bed which is next to my window, and I hate doing so when it's dark out. I don't know if it's because it's just too dark to read, or because then I remember how late it is and it makes me panic. But I can't do that. So I have to do my work early to get it done, but... procrastination. Yeah. Endless cycle.

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  • copperdomebodha

    copperdomebodha

    March 10, 2015, 10:55 am

    Conservation of mass is a bit of a sticky point too. The universe of the past you would travel to would gain an extra 1-2 hundred pounds of matter for the duration of your travel until you reached the date in the future that you traveled from at which point you would travel back in time to the past, adding the additional mass again.

    This time period would always have more mass than the universe did before or after. OR none of this would happen because time travel IS NOT POSSIBLE. Time is a concept that we use to explain how energy changes shape.

    Not to mention that everyone always makes the most basic failure in thinking of time travel. They always fail to see that the past, with them as they currently are, is not the past, but a new thing, different than the past was. A new now as a matter of fact.

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  • BlueRock

    BlueRock

    March 10, 2015, 3:50 pm

    > weather is not climate.

    I never said it is, did I?

    Rather than fussing over semantics of the title used on this presentation and distracting from its importance, accept it for what it is - a snapshot of anomalous droughts, storms, floods that clearly indicates the *climate* of this planet is in trouble. And anyway, you're still wrong - because these weather events are being compared against records going back decades or centuries, they can correctly be considered *climate* indicators.

    P.S. Be wary of referencing the IPCC FAR too much - the science it's built on is 5+ years old - things have gotten much worse since then.

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  • Tiny_Elvis

    Tiny_Elvis

    March 11, 2015, 1:18 am

    I saw what some would call an apparition. A friend was driving me home late one night in high school. I lived in kind of a rural area and about 600 yards from my house was an expansive wheat field. As we drove by the field, a white mist, shaped like a person, about a foot off the ground, crossed the road right in front of the car. It was going about the speed of a moderate jog. I don't mean to imply that it looked like it was jogging - the mist didn't have any recognizable discrete limbs that moved or anything like that.

    Anyway, it spooked me, and I didn't say anything, because I was a little uneasy and too embarrassed to say "I think I just saw a ghost," when, for all I know, I was the only one who noticed it. After three or four seconds of silence, my friend said "what the FUCK was that?" I said "I have no idea," and we both giggled nervously.

    I don't believe in ghosts, but if I were inclined to, I would definitely have considered that a sighting.

    *Edit* Fixed the much-commented-upon typo.

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