Sometimes I talk:
Me and humanodon in Boston!
Me and insomniasexx in LA!
And since you asked, I came across Hubski while searching for the Higgs-Boson.
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A note on physio: when my mom got out of the hospital after fracturing her hip, she could barely move her left leg. She could not lift her leg up into bed. She could not walk very far with her walker, she couldn't reach her toes, or put socks or other clothes on. A physiotherapist came to the house (sent by the province) and gave her exercises to do three times a day. She had to build up to ten repetitions, holding the positions for five seconds. In the beginning, she could barely do these on the left side, but she gradually built up to ten reps. A week later he added exercises using straps. A week later, he added one pound ankle weights to build strength.
It's simply amazing to see the changes. I don't attribute it to normal healing either. I think the exercises are an essential part of recovery.
And we still yell, "tighten your buttocks" while standing up from the squats.
I don't know oyster. That seems kind of dismissive of your grandparents.
Maybe those old ass boomers are the only ones left who value conversation.
Maybe they are the only ones left who care enough about their companion's thoughts to want to hear what he or she has to say.
Maybe their hearing is already compromised from all the rock concerts they went to from 1965-1995.
- For 50 million years our biggest problems were too few calories, too little information. For about 50 years our biggest problem has been too many calories, too much information. We have to adjust, and I believe we will really fast. I also believe it will be wicked ugly while we’re adjusting.
How will that ugliness manifest itself?
Maybe if they had planned better, they’d have kept their heads.
Q: There has always been c.f. Sometimes they even marry.