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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20160 on: August 06, 2018, 04:49:12 PM »
I think I have achilles tendonitis on my left foot where it connects to the heel, cause it's been hurting me to pop or to push (I'm goofy). I been off the board for like a month now and I'm super bummed, I don't even know when I'll be back to skating. I've been doing exercises and shit and its slowly getting better (i think) but I wish it just went away. I just bought like a sleeve/sock thing so hopefully I can skate in it.

I haven't gone to the doctor about it, which is dumb, but I really hate doctors and all that shit. I feel like a cloud is over my head

How old are your skate shoes? I've developed that before (although technically it was bursitis), went to the doctor and all, nothing they really could do then it just gradually went away after I started skating in new shoes. That's when I realized you shouldn't always skate shoes to complete death when you start getting older. Your body starts needing the cushioning of shoes in a decent state.

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20161 on: August 06, 2018, 07:14:25 PM »
The secret tape had 5 copies of the Mother VHS and I totally missed it. Apparently it sold right away at $150 each! At first I thought there would be no way id pay then but idk I think on the spot I prob would have, so yeah not stoked i missed it  :(

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20162 on: August 07, 2018, 05:35:20 AM »


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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20163 on: August 07, 2018, 09:13:13 AM »
I think I have achilles tendonitis on my left foot where it connects to the heel, cause it's been hurting me to pop or to push (I'm goofy). I been off the board for like a month now and I'm super bummed, I don't even know when I'll be back to skating. I've been doing exercises and shit and its slowly getting better (i think) but I wish it just went away. I just bought like a sleeve/sock thing so hopefully I can skate in it.

I haven't gone to the doctor about it, which is dumb, but I really hate doctors and all that shit. I feel like a cloud is over my head

How old are your skate shoes? I've developed that before (although technically it was bursitis), went to the doctor and all, nothing they really could do then it just gradually went away after I started skating in new shoes. That's when I realized you shouldn't always skate shoes to complete death when you start getting older. Your body starts needing the cushioning of shoes in a decent state.

They were like one or two months in, I just think that they were a little bad quality or something cause they were Lakais on sale. That's really reassuring that you got better that way, though. The compression sleeve I'm getting has a gel pad on it which should offer more cushion. Thanks for the info!

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20164 on: August 07, 2018, 07:17:39 PM »
goldberg not looking good lately

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20165 on: August 08, 2018, 06:02:53 AM »
He is only 38 years old

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20166 on: August 08, 2018, 08:57:22 PM »
That money ran out fast. How sad is that to know he told so many drug dealers, "It's me Goldberg, remember the knuckle puck?! Yeah, that movie! Emilio Estevez is my homie. Watch this".

*calls number and gets, "I'm sorry, the number you have dialed is no longer connected"*

Goldberg: "Oh heyyyy Emilio, how are you doing?! Yeah I am great. Oh what's that, you have to go, alright, talk to you later man".


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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20167 on: August 10, 2018, 11:06:02 AM »
Forgot I had work today and I have a gnarly hangover from last night

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20168 on: August 12, 2018, 07:34:17 AM »
There are Americans who would rather be Russian than Democrat. Politics are a joke, as always, but ridiculously so now.

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« Reply #20169 on: August 12, 2018, 09:48:27 AM »
There are Americans who would rather be Russian than Democrat. Politics are a joke, as always, but ridiculously so now.

The fall of the US

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20170 on: August 14, 2018, 10:31:23 AM »
Was setting up a board and cranking my hardware down as per usual and I heard a crack while cranking down. I like to crank my hardware down quite a lot just because I hate getting loose hardware all the time and I like my bolts to sink in a bit, and never have I heard a crack before while doing that, until now. Not sure if I cracked a ply or something, but now my OCD ass is gonna be thinking about it non stop when I'm skating now.

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20171 on: August 14, 2018, 11:34:51 AM »
fucked my right ankle (regular) on a single bad step while running around the house casually, doing stimple task but running while doing it, ninja steez, now it feels like all my ligaments got out of place, over the bone and shit, feels like a warped ankle but it seems to heal, or I get used to it
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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20172 on: August 15, 2018, 10:39:57 AM »
shaving but machine died halfway trough and no razors i am looking like:

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20173 on: August 15, 2018, 01:14:40 PM »
Jock type shit in skateboarding, groups of dudes who use skating for their image because they think it makes them cool. it's lame to see. i literally got a taste of the shit i endured as a kid growing up skating last night, i couldn't believe it.

total arrogant clicky bullshit

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« Reply #20174 on: August 15, 2018, 02:44:15 PM »
^yeap I see that a lot (not towards me tho), people acting so cool and treating others like shit because they are in group and can skate well. I hate when people put other's down because they are not that good.
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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20175 on: August 15, 2018, 07:41:04 PM »
My wife has been having gnarly anxiety/ panic attacks for 3 days now. We have been to the ER, physician care, and she went to a crisis center last night... nothing seems to be helping. Iíve been doing all I can to help her but Iím getting exhausted as well. She stayed with her mom last night so I could rest up for work.. hopefully she starts feeling better soon.
Anyone have any tips for helping someone with these attacks?

Intense physical excercise, meditation, and educating yourself about what exactly panic/anxiety is.

I been through it to a severe extent and that was the trifecta for me.

Understand whatís going on in your brain when you have a panic attack (this was explained to me by a therapist btw I didnít just figure it out). Your brain can fuck up like any other part of the body. Itís sending you extreme DANGER DANGER messages when it doesnít need to be, and you can legit feel scared youíre gonna die right then even tho there is no threat.

When itís new and youíre clueless itís extra scary, the better you understand it the more you can not let it get the best of you, eventually kinda roll your eyes like ďoh word, Iím dying again? I donít believe youĒ

Another key thing is remembering that it will pass. It always does, every time, because nothings fucking happening or wrong. Your body doesnít maintain that level adrenaline for too long. It goes up and comes down like a wave. Just wait it out. You remind her all this stuff when sheís in it. Watch something funny, make her laugh.

Start the day by running or kicking the shit outta yourself in the gym and itís harder to get worked up like that. I lift weights and have muscles now purely as a result of the harshest time I went through.

Learn the basics of breathing techniques and meditation and do that in the mornings too. Hit me up if you want more advice. I got better without any drugs, which some lazy doctors may default to (no diss to those who decide they need psych drugs).

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20176 on: August 16, 2018, 01:35:29 PM »
My wife has been having gnarly anxiety/ panic attacks for 3 days now. We have been to the ER, physician care, and she went to a crisis center last night... nothing seems to be helping. Iíve been doing all I can to help her but Iím getting exhausted as well. She stayed with her mom last night so I could rest up for work.. hopefully she starts feeling better soon.
Anyone have any tips for helping someone with these attacks?

Intense physical excercise, meditation, and educating yourself about what exactly panic/anxiety is.

I been through it to a severe extent and that was the trifecta for me.

Understand whatís going on in your brain when you have a panic attack (this was explained to me by a therapist btw I didnít just figure it out). Your brain can fuck up like any other part of the body. Itís sending you extreme DANGER DANGER messages when it doesnít need to be, and you can legit feel scared youíre gonna die right then even tho there is no threat.

When itís new and youíre clueless itís extra scary, the better you understand it the more you can not let it get the best of you, eventually kinda roll your eyes like ďoh word, Iím dying again? I donít believe youĒ

Another key thing is remembering that it will pass. It always does, every time, because nothings fucking happening or wrong. Your body doesnít maintain that level adrenaline for too long. It goes up and comes down like a wave. Just wait it out. You remind her all this stuff when sheís in it. Watch something funny, make her laugh.

Start the day by running or kicking the shit outta yourself in the gym and itís harder to get worked up like that. I lift weights and have muscles now purely as a result of the harshest time I went through.

Learn the basics of breathing techniques and meditation and do that in the mornings too. Hit me up if you want more advice. I got better without any drugs, which some lazy doctors may default to (no diss to those who decide they need psych drugs).

This post is perfect. Kudos to you

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20177 on: August 16, 2018, 02:11:19 PM »
My wife has been having gnarly anxiety/ panic attacks for 3 days now. We have been to the ER, physician care, and she went to a crisis center last night... nothing seems to be helping. Iíve been doing all I can to help her but Iím getting exhausted as well. She stayed with her mom last night so I could rest up for work.. hopefully she starts feeling better soon.
Anyone have any tips for helping someone with these attacks?

Intense physical excercise, meditation, and educating yourself about what exactly panic/anxiety is.

I been through it to a severe extent and that was the trifecta for me.

Understand whatís going on in your brain when you have a panic attack (this was explained to me by a therapist btw I didnít just figure it out). Your brain can fuck up like any other part of the body. Itís sending you extreme DANGER DANGER messages when it doesnít need to be, and you can legit feel scared youíre gonna die right then even tho there is no threat.

When itís new and youíre clueless itís extra scary, the better you understand it the more you can not let it get the best of you, eventually kinda roll your eyes like ďoh word, Iím dying again? I donít believe youĒ

Another key thing is remembering that it will pass. It always does, every time, because nothings fucking happening or wrong. Your body doesnít maintain that level adrenaline for too long. It goes up and comes down like a wave. Just wait it out. You remind her all this stuff when sheís in it. Watch something funny, make her laugh.

Start the day by running or kicking the shit outta yourself in the gym and itís harder to get worked up like that. I lift weights and have muscles now purely as a result of the harshest time I went through.

Learn the basics of breathing techniques and meditation and do that in the mornings too. Hit me up if you want more advice. I got better without any drugs, which some lazy doctors may default to (no diss to those who decide they need psych drugs).

This post is perfect. Kudos to you

I've been there with my wife and it's rough. I'm just going to echo everything in this post. Exercising really helped her. Not that she needed to, but it was a distraction in addition to releasing good-endorphins. We'd go on hikes so there was the added benefit of being out in nature while exercising. It also helped regulate her mental + physical state of being alert and at rest so at night when it was time to sleep, her body and mind allowed it instead of going deep into an anxiety spiral. Exercise doesn't necessarily work for everyone, but could be worth doing together.

Also, as stated above, remember it will pass. Whatever is causing the panic attacks is like water. There are times where it's going to feel like she's drowning under a flood of whatever is going on. Once it feels like that, there's not much you can do to just "snap out of it," or stop it. It's a flow of thought that you just need to get through, and once you're in the clear go back and try to find what the trigger was and try and find ways to cope with it and understand it.

It's also hard as the person helping someone through it to not jump in and try to solve the problem. As was said before, educate yourself on panic and anxiety. Try to empathize.

Good luck. It's hard suffering from panic attacks and anxiety, and it's hard watching someone you love struggle with it.

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20178 on: August 17, 2018, 03:09:15 AM »
Some fucking asshole stole my motorcycle.
I hope they crash it and fuck them selves up badly

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20179 on: August 17, 2018, 07:41:38 AM »
Flakes: skaters do this all the time you know the story...... my time is money and if I make time to skate with you stick with it, if not let me know 30 mins beforehand so I can get make other plans.
Liars: we've all told white lies to not hurt other's feelings but bald faced lies just make you seem sketchy and I hate you! Seriously go fuck yourself
Underhanded Thieves that you know you would do anything for but they steal just cause they could, If someone is that intent on stealing steal from stores where a small thing wouldn't matter do it stealing from a person or just ask hey I am taking this do you mind? sure go ahead or maybe an alternative to thieving could be just ask me beforehand I wouldn't be mad.
Racism: the new edgy angsty bullshit kids are latching onto via at a park or online gaming, seriously get fucked go to a court and with dudes 10x your size and talk shit like that, I really wish they would.
Shitty music someone plays via their headphones online no one wants to hear your garbage if you are that insistent on playing music while gaming mute your headphones cause no one wants to hear pop country while playing GTA online.
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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20180 on: August 17, 2018, 12:39:18 PM »
In the last month and a half, my digestive system has slowed to a fucking snail's pace. I shit like 2 or 3 times a week. The only thing that's changed is that I've started a new job, and this has changed my sleep schedule, which might be resulting in some change in my body?
I'm only 29, eat pretty well, lots of fiber intake and very little cheese, I stay hydrated, etc.
At any given time I have like 9 meals worth of shit in my body, and it's driving me nuts. There are plenty of mornings where my first coherent thought is the hope for a dook. I'd go to the doctor but, alas, like many of my generation, I am laden with debt and lacking insurance. My girl is buying me prune juice today. Hopefully I'll be shitting as you read this...

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20181 on: August 17, 2018, 04:28:54 PM »
In the last month and a half, my digestive system has slowed to a fucking snail's pace. I shit like 2 or 3 times a week. The only thing that's changed is that I've started a new job, and this has changed my sleep schedule, which might be resulting in some change in my body?
I'm only 29, eat pretty well, lots of fiber intake and very little cheese, I stay hydrated, etc.
At any given time I have like 9 meals worth of shit in my body, and it's driving me nuts. There are plenty of mornings where my first coherent thought is the hope for a dook. I'd go to the doctor but, alas, like many of my generation, I am laden with debt and lacking insurance. My girl is buying me prune juice today. Hopefully I'll be shitting as you read this...

Buy magnesium(any form, except bigylginate)

Way quicker/cheaper than prune juice (which isn't guaranteed shit)




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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20182 on: August 19, 2018, 05:03:15 AM »
In the last month and a half, my digestive system has slowed to a fucking snail's pace. I shit like 2 or 3 times a week. The only thing that's changed is that I've started a new job, and this has changed my sleep schedule, which might be resulting in some change in my body?
I'm only 29, eat pretty well, lots of fiber intake and very little cheese, I stay hydrated, etc.
At any given time I have like 9 meals worth of shit in my body, and it's driving me nuts. There are plenty of mornings where my first coherent thought is the hope for a dook. I'd go to the doctor but, alas, like many of my generation, I am laden with debt and lacking insurance. My girl is buying me prune juice today. Hopefully I'll be shitting as you read this...


Break down on here what you eat and drink. That includes drugs/meds. Slap has some pretty legit health nuts and could help you out with the right info.

If you are riding krux, immediately melt them. That usually helps too.

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« Reply #20183 on: August 19, 2018, 11:00:11 AM »
In the last month and a half, my digestive system has slowed to a fucking snail's pace. I shit like 2 or 3 times a week. The only thing that's changed is that I've started a new job, and this has changed my sleep schedule, which might be resulting in some change in my body?
I'm only 29, eat pretty well, lots of fiber intake and very little cheese, I stay hydrated, etc.
At any given time I have like 9 meals worth of shit in my body, and it's driving me nuts. There are plenty of mornings where my first coherent thought is the hope for a dook. I'd go to the doctor but, alas, like many of my generation, I am laden with debt and lacking insurance. My girl is buying me prune juice today. Hopefully I'll be shitting as you read this...


Break down on here what you eat and drink. That includes drugs/meds. Slap has some pretty legit health nuts and could help you out with the right info.

If you are riding krux, immediately melt them. That usually helps too.

Ah, why not...

Wake up, usually eat oatmeal or Raisin Bran or sometimes skip breakfast.
Go to work, drink water and 2-3 small cups of coffee. At lunch I either eat a salad at the cafe near my job (spring mix/ spinach, croutons, ham and turkey, tomato, bacon crumble, balsamic dressing), or a ham sandwich with spinach and mayo, or leftovers. Of course, leftovers are whatever I had for dinner, which varies, but is usually something pretty typical (protein, vegetable, carb) during the work week - we do a lot of fish with rice, pasta dishes, sometimes pizza...

Quit drinking a while back. Don't take any prescriptions or do drugs on a regular basis. Aspirin every once in a while... I try to drink a lot of water and run every day. Sometimes I skate. I don't eat a lot of fruit. Bananas and the occasional apple, but other than that, not a big eater of fruits. I snack on tortilla chips and crackers when I'm chilling at the house. IDK.

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20184 on: August 19, 2018, 02:25:07 PM »
Dropped my phone in a parking lot and got a small crack over the front facing camera. Not a huge deal, but it's supposed to be crack resistant glass and I've got a case on it. More pissed that phone makers won't make shatter proof screens because it's more profitable to keep making ones that break easily.

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« Reply #20185 on: August 19, 2018, 11:40:57 PM »
Asia fucking Argento.

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« Reply #20188 on: August 20, 2018, 01:39:50 PM »
after having to deal with my girl having cervical cancer I also got the news my grandmother had cervical cancer and breast cancer...

she had chemo and was scheduled to have her breasts removed on thursday.
This morning I got the news she passed away while the nurses were washing her, she had a strike due to the chemotherzpy.

Rest in peace grandma and say to pops  :'(

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Re: Things You Are Not Stoked On
« Reply #20189 on: August 20, 2018, 02:38:58 PM »
what the fuck. Hope you are holding up man ...
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