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#81 - my problem is it seems like all the ergonomic stuff seems to b…  [+] (4 replies) 07/28/2016 on Old habits die hard +2
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#96 - tardaasa (07/28/2016) [-]
Yeah, they'd probably be a bit slim seated for anyone a little bigger. :/

And also, it's pretty much made for tall people! This is the smallest one, and it still recommends you being at least 175 cm tall. I'm 170, so it works. The neck pillow is too high for me, but easily fixed.
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#156 - puggles (07/29/2016) [-]
i suffer from the horrific medical conditon of noassatall. plus i fit into the ergonomic stuff, it's just that i think i've been sitting "wrong" for so long that sitting the way the furniture wants me to is uncomfortable, plus having my body mass pressing on what ever points they think should hold it isn't usually comfortable. not that i'm obese (about 100 k) but most of the extra weight i carry is in muscle so there's not a lot of padding to make the stuff comfortable.
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#159 - tardaasa (07/30/2016) [-]
Ahhh, maybe we just need fatter asses to sit well?

I´ll start working on that right away.
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#160 - puggles (07/31/2016) [-]
valid point. i'll have to start eating more junk food. of course, just for research purposes.
#51 - cute 07/24/2016 on UpPup +1
#3 - that's an ad. 07/22/2016 on The right way +61
#3 - do they actually tax them on your side of the puddle?  [+] (11 replies) 07/11/2016 on Throwing shade +21
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#34 - puggles (07/12/2016) [-]
government greed it absolutely amazing.
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#6 - tardaasa (07/11/2016) [-]
Yes. I do think you need to have quite a few solar panels to be charged though. Like, hospitals that were planning to put solar panels on their roofs may not do it because of the new taxes.
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#11 - Rammencup (07/11/2016) [-]
how can they justifiy taxing the fucking sun
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#104 - thepizzadevourer (07/12/2016) [-]
This sounds like the plot of a second-rate villain during the Golden Age of comics
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#64 - badgoodass (07/12/2016) [-]
technically you tax equipment, just like you tax people for having a car
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#79 - puut (07/12/2016) [-]
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#87 - badgoodass (07/12/2016) [-]
you tax them for owning solar cells, not for harvesting the suns energy
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#88 - puut (07/12/2016) [-]
Nah, do they tax you for having them, after paying it off?
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#89 - badgoodass (07/12/2016) [-]
idk I'm just saying that if you get taxed for this it's not cause "de ebil goverment thinks they own da sun" but because you own equipment, just the same way like when you get taxed for owning a car
#43 - enlightednatzie (07/12/2016) [-]
They are social democrats. They want to tax everything because the poor immigrant children like this one needs to buy basic human equipment like bomb vests and AK-47's
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#16 - strigt (07/11/2016) [-]
Because Sweden is full of vampires!
Case closed.
#175 - i know that personal experience doesn't trump statistics and i…  [+] (2 replies) 07/03/2016 on I make 10.65 an hour... 0
#180 - pickypeach (07/03/2016) [-]
a person looking at me wouldnt realize that i had a debilitating neurological and anxiety disorder. to everybody i look and act like a completely normal person. im not at all.
Im forced to act like a normal person so that i can have a social life. when i become overwhelmed and have to leave work i still just look like a normal person. i have a smile on my face all the time. to other people im just a lazy asshole who leaves work all the time. im inconsiderate because i forget to put things away. im a bad listener because i miss things that you say. im always taking pills for no reason. people think im a drug addict or something. even if i told people the truth they wouldn't believe me. what would i tell them? life is torture for me? im afraid of the dark? they'll think im joking. nobody wants to hear about how someone elses life is worse than theirs. do you see my dilemma? im not even close to the only person with this problem.
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#219 - puggles (07/04/2016) [-]
sorry that you have the issues that you do. i definitely understand that chronic illnesses are hell on the people who have them and the people in their lives who support them, especially hidden ones that are often misunderstood or ignored by society. my mother had misdiagnosed schizophrenia for years and the different meds the doctors had her on for years have basically fried her brain so she is now the equivalent of an alzheimer patient WITH schizophrenia- fun stuff.

i commend you for trying to live a normal life, despite the difficulty and for doing your best to continue working. many who don't have problems or have far smaller problems choose to do else wise, and those are the ones i have a problem with.