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21/F/Office Job by ChamberedAndChecked in EDC

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For real. That thing's unbreakable. Mine has been through hell and still functions like it's brand new.

Installing wood-end texture on exterior stucco by daemonk in DIY

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How hard is it to build a small pond? by annotyn in DIY

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Frozen window wells by theviolatr in DIY

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Help with whole house attic fan? (long sorry) by raruli in DIY

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Help reinforcing a wooden bench by bxbx19 in DIY

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DIY Repair Advice - Front Gate and Door Stop by Lethy_au in DIY

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Help with outdoor fireplace restoration by Lobster70 in DIY

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[Automotive] Help required with repainting/finishing side-view mirrors by Superdryyy in DIY

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Protecting untempered glass in playroom by Glass-Hole in DIY

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Pool patching material - how to make it? by dtRobotics2 in DIY

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Renewing a mouldy IKEA table by JakeEaton in DIY

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When i fill my butane lighter the flame dies after about 5-6 seconds by michaelovsky5 in DIY

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Is there a standard to cabinet handle screw size by SabreMase in DIY

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Windows Defender reports trojan in Gnucash 3.0 installer (April 3rd, 2018) by Fmxa in GnuCash

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From where did you download the installer? I would make sure it was a trustworthy source, and not from FileHippo or something like that.

Was the Christmas truce of 1914 a once off? by a_sentient_potatooo in history

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Wasn't this on an episode of Unsolved Mysteries? Or one of those type of shows. Beyond Belief maybe.

They call me.. The Toss and Wash Kang by ProfoundWatcher in kratom

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With a username like that, I'm definitely apt to take this advice. And I don't even toss, yo.

I really hurt. Mentally & Physically. by JHVAC91 in kratom

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I'm 28 now, and I had a microdiscectomy right after my 25th birthday. L5-S1, the disk practically exploded. I know the agony. It's terrible. But I'll tell you that I'm MUCH better after the surgery. I hurt every now and then, but that pain is almost eliminated with kratom.

I was fortunate not to get hooked on Percocets over the course of 4 months of daily usage, but I can definitely see where I could have. The sciatic pain is no joke.

Hang in there and do what you can. Some people respond very well to a steroid injection at the site of the herniation. Others, including myself, do not. I opted for surgery and am glad I did, even at 25 years old.

For what it's worth, I've found Gold MD and any red to be most effective at reducing the pain and eliminating the tingly-toes.

Reddit, after all these years, what are you still salty about? by bertonomus in AskReddit

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My team getting robbed of a playoff victory in 1999/2000 because of an illegal forward pass.

Seriously, what is he doing? by Platypus-Guy in funny

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I just squint at the display really hard and sigh every once in awhile. People assume I'm trying to solve a tricky problem and leave me alone.