My Personal X

Discussion in 'Signatures' started by Punkface, Oct 26, 2009.

  1. Punkface

    Punkface New Member

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    CC welcome.
     
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    inverse Banned from GR

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    Umm... well, it's just a few words in an X shape.

    Also, you list caffeine and straight edge. If you really were sXe you wouldn't take recreational drugs.
     
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    Well, you're always welcome to your opinion.

    You may also see the words Painful and Pain in that as well. I suffer from chronic pain in my skull from a spinal injury that is still undergoing many surgeries, the only thing that increases spinal pressure is in fact caffeine. If I wish to have a moment of less pain, I must have a large in-take of caffeine.

    Kindness goes a long way.
     
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    inverse Banned from GR

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    Doesn't make my point any less valid. You are an insult to the good name of Ian McKaye. I bet you don't even have X's on your hands.
     
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    Troll much kid?
     
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    lol.. i think you both internet talk to much. i like the X B. is all good. I think you both need to chillax.
     
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    Just want to add a point. Narcotics Anonymous is a drug free program and they smoke cigarettes, so imo caffeine for someone who has a pain issue is pretty much in the clear in my book. Still though, if you are drug free does this mean you cant take advil, or any type of medication even prescribed? Really up to the person I suppose.
     
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    it's very basic but i works imo.
     

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