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#43 - thereaver (07/03/2014) [-]
Fortunately, I don't think that I got the actual malware- it recently popped up again and tried to force some sort of download onto my browser, but I managed to cancel it before it finished, although it looked like an executable, so I'm not sure it would actually even have an effect as long as I didn't execute it.
Anyway, I think I'll just keep AdBlock on for a little while until it's gone.
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#115 - liero (04/27/2014) [-]
It's about that, you mostly encounter those things where there's been disasters and where there's disasters, there's disarray. It's not really comparable to dropping a phone off a boat, though I guess you could compare it to acluophobia.
Imagine you're in a room, a room which you know fairly well, you turn off the lights and it becomes dark and you brush into something which isn't supposed to be there or which you didn't see while the room was lit. It's kinda the same feeling, only that it's not a room, it's a river or a lake. Because you can't see what's underneath the surface of it, you assume it's just sand or dirt, you don't really expect something else to be there.
#118 - thereaver (04/27/2014) [-]
Makes sense. I feel like the general fear of the unknown associated with bodies of water is inherent, but I was unaware of the specific fear of man-made or "land-exclusive" objects being underwater.
I don't go swimming anywhere other than pools often, but have occasionally been flung into the water after going towed water-tubing (which is pretty much the only situation where I swim in lake/ocean water too deep for me to walk in) and have to wait a few moments for the boat to return and pick me up. During that time, I would imagine myself completely freaking out if my foot touched anything other than the boat's ladder, but fortunately that has never happened.