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#110 - What was in the air that was combustible? How would this even …  [+] (4 replies) 02/12/2016 on Would U? +1
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#386 - traks (02/12/2016) [-]
That anon is correct
I read the story, the two are brothers and they were huffing lighter fluid in the car
If I remember correctly, they both survived with minor injuries
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#191 - holyfool (02/12/2016) [-]
Laughing gas
#162 - anon (02/12/2016) [-]
I believe they were huffing butane and that idiot flicked a lighter on.
#111 - nemesisapoc (02/12/2016) [-]
**nemesisapoc used "*roll picture*"**
**nemesisapoc rolled image**Well, they look middle eastern, so probably the hummus fumes.
#170 - ! 01/22/2016 on Gus n' Al Episode 7 0
#53 - Oklahoman here. We have these laws because we adopted a lot of…  [+] (1 reply) 01/17/2016 on scary laws +1
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#78 - wraithguard (01/17/2016) [-]
Where in Oklahoma do you live?
#4 - It's all good mate.  [+] (1 reply) 01/07/2016 on tr8tor(spoiler warning) +1
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#5 - hexproof (01/07/2016) [-]
Okey :3
#2 - Eh, no real spoilers.  [+] (6 replies) 01/07/2016 on tr8tor(spoiler warning) +1
#6 - anon (01/07/2016) [-]
Is that Danse who is really a synth?
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#9 - ChromedDragon (01/07/2016) [-]
now thats a spoiler
#15 - anon (01/08/2016) [-]
Not as much of a spoiler as your son who is taken from you is the leader of the institute and he dies in the end no matter who you side with.
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#3 - hexproof (01/07/2016) [-]
Oh okey :3,I just didn't want to ruin it for the people that haven't played the game yet
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#4 - emosadpanda (01/07/2016) [-]
It's all good mate.
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#5 - hexproof (01/07/2016) [-]
Okey :3
#68 - Haha, it would be pretty awesome to be partially bullet proof, huh?  [+] (1 reply) 12/09/2015 on I'd miss you guys +3
#71 - xxjmacxx (12/09/2015) [-]
Haha yea, just gotta use your power wisely.
#66 - I gotta ask you guys who have it or know someone who does, if …  [+] (2 replies) 12/09/2015 on I'd miss you guys +1
#74 - coldcuts (12/09/2015) [-]
Yo dude, sorry to hear about the tough situation. I had corrective surgery for pectus excavatum when I was 14-17, luckily before I'd grown very much. I was able to receive the "Nuss Procedure," where they thread a metal bar under your sternum to "pop" it out, leaving it in for a couple years for your bones to set correctly.
That was the alternative to the procedure you've described, I wonder if your docs have mentioned that possibility? It may not be viable because of how much you've already grown, but might be worth the thought. Both procedures are relatively common and both have advantages, but from everything I've been told/experienced, the Nuss procedure is the more painful.

It's a tough row to hoe either way, but I know you'll come through it. In the mean time awaiting your procedure, it can help -- if only a little -- to exaggerate upright posture as often as possible, throwing shoulders back, etc. Also, working out your chest muscles is a solid way to slow the pectus from worsening (consult the doc first, obviously). Above all else, fight that thing intellectually emotionally? spiritually? with all you've got! You'll beat that shit and breathe easy one day soon. It'll be a wonder to have so much actual breathing room. Your oxygen efficiency will likely have gotten stupid high, then when your air capacity quadruples you'll feel superhuman (after post-op recovery that is). Best of luck, OP.

PS - don't forget to get some quality pics eating cereal out of your chest first. Shit is cash.
#73 - burped (12/09/2015) [-]
I have it, nowhere near as bad as the photos people have linked which is why I havn't pushed to get surgery for it (from what I've read after having surgery it is recommend you don't exercise for 6 months to 2 years, couldn't handle that).
I quite often feel it limiting my breathing, if I inhale deeply I can feel my lungs pushing against my ribcage before filling as much as it feels like they should. Getting punched dead in the middle of the chest literally knocks the breath out of me, anywhere but dead centre doesn't have the same effect.
Used to know someone who had it slightly worse than me, still not as bad as the photos here, but he had been a boxer. He was told by his doctor to quit boxing as a hard punch to the chest would likely kill him, putting a rib straight into his lungs.
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