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  2. Scarred Survivors

    And so, for your reading pleasure, Yet Another Nena Cliffhanger featuring Belldandy, Goddess First Class, Unlimited, Monumentally Pissed Off! (and we're still hanging from that other cliff back at the storage center) All of a sudden I feel sorry for poor Halval (Ebony Alvar in some translations of the manga). I hope Debra gets another chance to help her. It might even be possible. Debra: “I took her down. I did that to her. As I understand it, by your rules, that makes her mine, right? Well, I’m claiming her. Give her to me.” Mara: “Damn, the mortal’s got us, boys. Somebody bring her the chew-toy.” ——————————— Watson: “Who would commit a murder on such a beautiful day?” Holmes: “I would hope, no one.” Watson: “You’ve brought your revolver.” Holmes: “I spoke of my hopes, not my expectations.”
  3. Scarred Survivors

    new chapter posted
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  5. what are you watching?

    Thanks, but I plan on Hammer Horror for next Halloween! As for what I recently watched, The Stuff. Larry Cohen's commentary on Consumerism for Food and the food industry. Some of the sets were on the Bedroom sets from the first Nightmare on Elm Street! Seriously, it even used the moving room where a character died on the ceiling! The movie's antagonist is.... Ice cream/frozen yogurt, found buried underground! Scarier than it sounds! also has fake ads for the Stuff throughout the film and even as a stinger after the credits. Hunchback of Notre Dame 1923 To be honest, after I watched this, I suspect this was the biggest influence on the disney version, due to the background characters. Still worth a watch. We weren't able to watch the director's cut, but plan to in the future. It adds like 20-30 minutes.
  6. first ever broken bone..ouch

    Yikes... Looks nasty. I really do hope you get well soon!
  7. first ever broken bone..ouch

    What Sugoi said.
  8. I just saw this on Twitter a few moments ago. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/typhoon-lan-expected-to-lash-japan-this-weekend/?ftag=CNM-00-10aab7e&linkId=43781549
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  10. first ever broken bone..ouch

    Get well soon!
  11. first ever broken bone..ouch

    Ouch... My sympathies. This looks painful, just by the X-Rays, so I hope the surgery will fix things without complications.
  12. first ever broken bone..ouch

    Ow! Ow! That hurts just to look at! Looks like you've got at least three major bone fragments there. Had a broken arm in high school, but was not allowed to 'skate out of my farm chores' just because my arm was broke. As a result it didn't set right and 40 years later still bugs the shit out of me. Not quite enough to have it re-broken and try again, though!
  13. first ever broken bone..ouch

    Indeed. Op scheduled for Monday, according to the consultant surgeon. Meanwhile have gotten a cast for now
  14. first ever broken bone..ouch

    Ouch... Like...ouch
  15. first ever broken bone..ouch

    The fancy name for the thing is a Galeazzi fracture. And yes, i do need an op. ouch
  16. first ever broken bone..ouch

    Will keep everyone updated! And yes, it hurts.
  17. first ever broken bone..ouch

    So, a few hours earlier, at work, I tripped over a concrete block, and fell with my left arm outstretched. X rays are back, shows a fracture of the left radial bone. So, waiting for the attending orthopaedic surgeon to decide....operate now or tomorrow. What a life! Pics attached!
  18. Forest Fire

    They started fires that killed people. That should be first-degree capital murder. Drag 'em off to the guillotine! Oh, wait, that was France. And even the French wimped out and 'retired' their guillotines. They're arsonists, but I doubt they're pyromaniacs — I don't think they did it for the simple thrill of watching stuff burn. They did it to hurt and kill people. They get away with a lot here in the US, too. Just look at Stewie-the-perv — 13 years for raping a 9-year-old girl and up for parole in 6 years. And you may have noted my feelings about Aiko having to testify at those parole hearings year after year after year… There are no consequences for those parole boards when they turn known murderers and rapists loose to commit more crimes. They just say 'Awww, too bad' and turn the next one loose. That's a lot of what's wrong with most governments. Those making the decisions don't have to pay the costs, so they have no motivation to make good decisions.
  19. Forest Fire

    Thank you for your kind words, everyone. @Imaginos1892 That's one of the things i hate about this country. Everybody knows it's arson. There were people who got caught red handed liting the fire and trying to flee. And yet, only 2% of the pyromaniacs end up in jail. The other 98% of them are out and laughing 2 days after, with only weekly presentations to the police station. One of the best examples we have (not)is a guy caught liting a fire ealier this year that that was sentenced to not get within 200m of a forest. For real? So, you tell a pyromaniac that he's forbidden to go within 200m of a forest and that's it? And you expect him to go by those orders?!?!?! It's just frustating to see that people get away with pretty much EVERYTHING in this country.
  20. Forest Fire

    Good to see that you only got a scare, and didn't lose everything. They're saying it's arson, and with 150 fires in four countries on the same day, it kind of has to be. Hope they catch the bastards. They deserve to burn.
  21. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OhCxw0hunuYLSk-HvMt9mZFoNNrVGb71dikskw8O9ec/edit?usp=sharing
  22. Diagnosed With Borderline Diabetes

    well i think stem cell therapy might be the only way to repair those organs i heard they are doing human trials in a few months from now but date may change and if anything make sure they send you to Stanford they will take care of you as best they can.i hope this will help you out.
  23. Forest Fire

    Wow, so glad you and your family are safe!
  24. Scarred Survivors

    Thanks for the compliments, Urd and Nena.
  25. Scarred Survivors

    Grayfox, that is, in all honesty, an amazing analysis based off what happened to the others. Thank you for sharing. Also, some additional good news: The next chapter is currently in the beta and has undergone the first round of edits. Hopefully we'll have the chapter up in the next day or two. Thanks for the patience, guys.
  26. Scarred Survivors

    Wow! That was awesome Grayfox! Thanks a lot!
  27. Scarred Survivors

    Well 1.Keep in mind that goddess physiology isn't exactly the same as human physiology... 2.For Lind, she needs intensive care, plus a chest tube inserted into her chest (most likely in her upper chest since she may have what we medics call a pneumothorax..air in the chest due to an injury). The chest tube will be connected to what we call an 'underwater seal' (a special bottle filled with fluid) to allow air escape from the chest. ). (For the interested....chest tube insertion: https://www.healthline.com/health/chest-tube-insertion#overview1 The aim of all that is to allow the lung to re-expand while the chest wound heals.(so that the patient can breathe properly again eventually If the lung does not re-inflate after five days, Lind might need an operation.A chest op. 3.For Urd...if the seizures last longer than 30 minutes , it's intensive care, and a long period of rehab, depending on how well she does neurologically once she regains full consciousness Assuming the seizures just happen for a few minutes , well, she might recover fully...hopefully (But since we don't know much about ten-dimensional being neurological physiology...). 4.Word of Elegance...hmm...if the wound does not reach a major vessel or spinal cord...yes, the answer is that it is possible she might live . BUT If the wound hits a major vessel...because hanging around the back is a giant vessel called the aorta which is responsible for pumping blood all over your body...speed is of the essence (as in...get a chopper down there to take her straight to the nearest good hospital, with a full surgical team on standby.). And if the spine is affected...well...let me say that the hole better not be anywhere near the back of the upper neck...because death is certain if it is.Lower down, disability is a major risk...depending on the level of injury to the spinal cord.
  28. Scarred Survivors

    Ever since i watched a movie where the kid who saw/talked/was stalked by ghosts was advised to leave a piece of paper and a pen next to his bed (so that the spirits could communicate with him ) i avoid leaving such things at my bedside table. What if when i wake up there's actually something written in there?!?!??! No, thank you. I can do my writing during the day. I'm good XD
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