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ThePoliticalRevolution

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I've been watching old episodes of Coronation Street from the 60s. Stan and Hilda Ogden were drinking to the fact that their daughter was getting betrothed and Stan said to his prospective son in law' listen to her and then if she still plays up, hit her! ' His own daughter. How times have changed. I was watching another episode where Stan thought he'd won the jackpot on Littlewoods pools but his wife, Hilda hadn't posted them off. He'd been buying everyone drinks in The Rovers and when he came home and found Hilda had mucked everything up we heard them go upstairs and windows smashing and yelling and brawling, then the next day, Hilda has a black eye. It's laughable now. You wouldn't get away with that these days. It was of its time.


I would have busted Stan's balls and his lips. He'd be in the ER. That is a fact.
 

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My right foot has to compensate for a crooked leg, so my toes bunch together and if I let the nails grow a little, they dig into the toes beside them. I went for a 3 hour walk today and I hadn't felt the carnage in my shoe, but when I got home and took my shoe off, I saw this.
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They're just small cuts, but the blood somehow climbed a few inches up my sock.
 

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Hunchback of Solow
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Bandaids, a nail clipping, and good shoes might prevent more of the complications that can arise from a crooked leg. Toes crossed.
 
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Eli Terate

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I've got wicked scars on my right leg from surgeries. I broke it and the surgeons botched the job both times. I try to compensate for the misalignment.

I broke a couple of toes in Canada and my once perfect right foot looks shit now, courtesy of Vancouver Hospital. I've had back pains eversince. I think Canadian doctors may well have a thang for crookedness... "Look, it's prettier this way". o_O
 
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Vegan Cro Spirit 444

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I broke a couple of toes in Canada and my once perfect right foot looks shit now, courtesy of Vancouver Hospital. I've had back pains eversince. I think Canadian doctors may well have a thang for crookedness... "Look, it's prettier this way". o_O

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FC, Vancouver? :rolleyes:
 

rifke

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I broke a couple of toes in Canada and my once perfect right foot looks shit now, courtesy of Vancouver Hospital. I've had back pains eversince. I think Canadian doctors may well have a thang for crookedness... "Look, it's prettier this way". o_O
canadian doctors are all idiots, that's for sure. i went to one complaining of acid reflux and she wrote down on her sheet "acid reflect". it was some very inward thinking acid, i guess!

my mom always took us to the chiropractor growing up. that may very well be why i have no issues today, with aches or pains or whatnot. i do have slight lumbar lordosis though (well, xrays say i dont, but it looks like i do), but that's from weak stomach muscles or being lazy or something. i used to call the chiropractor baldy (he was bald) and tell him he had a stick up his ass (he did), which was my way with all adults. he wasnt a fan.
 
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Eli Terate

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canadian doctors are all idiots, that's for sure. i went to one complaining of acid reflux and she wrote down on her sheet "acid reflect". it was some very inward thinking acid, i guess!

my mom always took us to the chiropractor growing up. that may very well be why i have no issues today, with aches or pains or whatnot. i do have slight lumbar lordosis though (well, xrays say i dont, but it looks like i do), but that's from weak stomach muscles or being lazy or something. i used to call the chiropractor baldy (he was bald) and tell him he had a stick up his ass (he did), which was my way with all adults. he wasnt a fan.

Tee hee.You're a wild one.
The way you talked to adults is similar to the way I talk to my superiors when I think they're incompetent and they annoy me. Except I am not completely direct (I use the famous see you next tuesday method of communication ) so by the time they figure out I'm being disrespectful I'm usually out of their office. Actually out of the 3 times I did that there's one time I'm sure the guy never completely figured out what I was doing.
I asked him why he had chosen a job that required such specific qualifications (he was new at it). He just stared at me. I then told him I'd been encouraged to apply for the same job but that personally I had never considered it not out of modesty but because I felt I didn't have all the necessary skills to do it well. What had persuaded him he could do it, might I enquire? ( stare) And so on and so forth. Just got stares and a few mumbled words. God he was a slow, conceited bastard. doh:I probably should have hit him instead.

Never seen a chiropractor but I was thinking about that just the other day. I like how they sound just like a type of dinosaurs. Baldy the dino.I'm sure he misses you. :lbf:
 

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I had this boy'friend' who justified stealing from everyone with this statement. "Everybody steals from everybody." I suppose a snob will have a similar logic. "Everybody's a snob." I don't justify being a slob. I just do the best I can.
 
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