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Old 08-14-2012, 04:44 PM   #1401
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So, a rough search on WebMD lists fainting as a symptom for heat exhaustion. I would think that's the result, but whatever.
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I like a lot of a few things, not a little bit of everything.
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Are you implying that you'll be able to work on it over Labor Day weekend?
I'm doing an E36 auto to manual swap that weekend. If you're around on that Monday, sure.
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You're missing the point. Hurting yourself as a child (i.e., 5-10 years old) is different from hurting yourself now. That's not a speculation I pulled out of the clouds. And even if it was "commonplace" (which it shouldn't be, since you should learn not to hurt yourself after the first few times), that doesn't make it less painful or annoying.
I'm still not getting what is different. Everything is the same for me, and falling should be commonplace if you are really active. Probably the only reason I fall less now than as a kid is because I spend more time in front of a computer and sitting in a chair than running around.
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I'm still not getting what is different. Everything is the same for me, and falling should be commonplace if you are really active. Probably the only reason I fall less now than as a kid is because I spend more time in front of a computer and sitting in a chair than running around.
It takes longer for your body to heal as you age (some less so than others, but w/e). Also, the frequency of you falling really has nothing to do with anything. I could fall everyday but if I have weak bones, it will always be painful. I know a girl who has brittle bones and has had to take pain killers for most of her life; I'm sure falling hasn't gotten any more pleasant for her.

This is a far-fetched comparison, but imagine your car. Just because you crash it so often doesn't make it any more acceptable or any less severe. And as the car ages, it will get to the point where it will no longer be deemed salvageable.
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It takes longer for your body to heal as you age (some less so than others, but w/e). Also, the frequency of you falling really has nothing to do with anything. I could fall everyday but if I have weak bones, it will always be painful. I know a girl who has brittle bones and has had to take pain killers for most of her life; I'm sure falling hasn't gotten any more pleasant for her.

This is a far-fetched comparison, but imagine your car. Just because you crash it so often doesn't make it any more acceptable or any less severe. And as the car ages, it will get to the point where it will no longer be deemed salvageable.
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I started watching because of Katee Sackhoff . The show is great, though.
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