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2023.03.30 06:32 AssociationIcy98 Can someone explain my whole sign chart

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2023.03.30 06:26 Poopbootymerh Virgo men advice!!

Speaking to my astrology people: I am a Libra sun, Gemini rising, and Aries moon. Recently started talking to a Virgo man, a friend of my brothers (probably not the best decision but whtev). When we go out he is amazing, will always carry things for me, makes me laugh, not afraid to express public affection, talks about future events, etc. not to mention he’s super sexy! Long story short, after I always want more! I would see/make time for him everyday at the same time don’t want to come off as too much and tend to take the passengers seat when it comes to planning bc I assume when someone likes me they want to see me as much as I do them (big case in my other relationships). But we will go the whole week without seeing each other and it seems he waits till work is over to reach out instead of starting texting when he first gets up and continuing it throughout the day, responding when he gets a chance. Or he will take some times a couple hours to respond when I’m aware he always has his phone on him. Im not sure if it’s a lack of him liking me bc he brings me around his friends and we’ve had a conversation on intentions and he has said he would want to be serious and how I’m the only one he’s interested in, but I just don’t understand the big gap in how things are in person vs over the phone. Am I the one being self destructive or is there actual concern to be had here? must preface this with when I knew him as my brothers friend we would all go out and he’d constantly be dancing and talking to girls so I think in the back of my mind I’m still battling the whole player thing
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2023.03.30 06:25 foolishbabbles Are we better off as friends? 🙃 It is hard for us to be vulnerable and honest with eachother sometimes. Is it because of our moon signs?

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2023.03.30 06:07 jackalee219 Celebrity synastry

Celebrity synastry
Has anyone else ever ran synastry with a celebrity that you really like? Like here's my chart with Chelsea Handler's. Its no wonder I dig her vibe and find her hilarious, look how much is going on. I'd love to know if anyone else does this, and I'd love to see the charts!!
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2023.03.30 06:04 Elliott1970 Lightning Luck Larry/ A short Story

Larry had always thought of himself as a practical man. He had a stable job, a loving wife, and two kids. His life was predictable and comfortable, but he never imagined that a lightning strike would change everything. Larry was walking home from work when it happened. The sky had been overcast, and he had thought about taking a cab. But he was too practical for that. Why spend money when he could walk the few blocks home? He had never been superstitious, but he should have known that walking under a stormy sky wasn't the wisest choice. The lightning bolt hit him so fast that he didn't even have time to react. One moment he was walking, and the next, he was on the ground, feeling a searing pain in his chest. For a moment, Larry thought he was dying, but then he realized he was still alive. He looked up and saw the storm clouds parting, the sun peeking through. He felt like he'd been given a second chance. He slowly got to his feet, feeling dazed and confused. His clothes were singed, and his hair was standing on end. He had never been in a situation like this before. Larry stumbled home, trying to make sense of what had just happened. But when he opened the door, he found that his life had changed in ways he never could have imagined. Samantha, his wife, was waiting for him in the living room. She looked different somehow, more composed, more resolved. Larry felt a sense of dread rise in him. He knew something was wrong. "Larry, I need to talk to you," she said, her voice calm but firm. "What is it, Samantha? What's wrong?" Larry asked. "I've been keeping something from you, something that I need to tell you, "She said, her voice trembling slightly. Larry's mind raced. What could it be? Was she sick? Was there someone else? "I'm leaving you, Larry," Samantha said. "What? Why?" Larry asked, feeling like he'd been punched in the gut. "I'm in love with someone else, Larry. It's a woman," she said. Larry couldn't believe what he was hearing. He had never suspected that Samantha was anything but straight. He felt like he was living in a dream, a nightmare. "I'm sorry, Larry. I know this is hard, but I need to be true to myself," Samantha said, tears streaming down her face. Larry didn't know what to say. He felt like his life was falling apart. He had been struck by lightning, survived, and now this. He didn't know how much more he could take. "I need to be alone, Samantha," Larry said, his voice choked with emotion. He stumbled out of the living room and collapsed onto the couch. He felt like he'd been hit by another lightning bolt. His life was changing, and he didn't know if he was ready for it. For the next few days, Larry felt like he was in a daze. He didn't know how to process what Samantha had told him. He had always thought of himself as an open-minded person, but this was something he had never considered. He tried to talk to Samantha, to understand how she had come to this realization, but she was distant and uncommunicative. Larry felt like he was losing his wife, his partner of fifteen years. He didn't know how to deal with the sudden change in his life. One night, after Samantha had gone to bed, Larry found himself unable to sleep. He got up and went to the kitchen, poured himself a glass of water, and sat down at the kitchen table. As he sipped his water, his eyes fell on his laptop, which was open on the counter. Without thinking, he clicked on the browser icon and started browsing aimlessly. But his thoughts kept returning to Samantha and the woman she had left him for. Larry felt a surge of anger, then confusion, then sadness. He had never felt so lost before. And then, a thought occurred to him. He got up from the table and went to their shared office. Samantha had always been in
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2023.03.30 06:02 junkie789 pisces are so fucking confusing yo. wtf?!?

hey scorpies,
i need a serious cold, hard truth serum from all of you. i'm a pisces dude and i'm distraught straight up. i need a taste of reality.
so a few days ago, i put up that famous "Private Island Volcano -- kill the twins" poll that most of you enjoyed, and i was hoping to gather some data about this realization i had about signs and gender. most polls on reddit are boring, let's be honest. no one really cares or pays attention. And so I posted this long winded, obviously ridiculous story 1.) to make your choice be a bit meaningful, and memorable, and 2.) i was being deliberately tongue in cheek and trying to have some fun with you all. I changed a few details and posted the very same scenario of "choosing a soulmate" to the pisces subreddit to compare results. wanted to see the difference, you know?
this is where the kicker is, and where' i'm so confused. EVERY SCORPIO (who commented at least) loved the story. the humor and the ridiculousness most definitely didn't go over your heads whatsoever. ladies, you got it. you all played along. EVEN WHEN you didn't like any of the options, you went to the next best option, choosing moon sign and still voted. you didn't complain, you played along with the fantasy. it was so whimsical, fantastical (if you don't believe me, check out the comment section). Turn over to the pisces, i was absolutely ripped a new one. people complaining "too many words" or " this??" or the best "i didn't even read half of it..." etc. for a sign like pisces that is famous for fantasy, dreams, whimsy, i was absolutely ripped to shreds with this (and i'm not even showing you the dms i got lol). no one else played along in the comment section whatsoever.....
sooo, here's my question, wtf is going on?? scorpies, are we pisces this judgemental? this critical? are we not as dreamy as everyone makes us out to be? dare i say -- ARE SCORPIOS MORE FANTASTICAL THAN PISCES?!??? is this the wishy-washy/unpredictable side everyone is so confused about us? i feel like i'm looking at a mirror of my own sign and don't even know what i am lol. i'm not here to destroy pisces, or the community whatsoever. but it got me thinking. especially those of you who have gripes about pisces in your life, is this what you're irritated about? are we this humorless?!? help me see the truth my wonderful stingers.
a very confused fishy.
PS - i know you all (scorpy ladies AND dudes too) really liked that volcano story/poll. i'll do a dude version soon. stay tuned :)

Links to the polls
pisces -- my lovely pisces gals, which man do you marry??? : piscesastrology (
scorpio -- to my sexy scorpy ladies, which man do you marry?? (ROUND 1) : Scorpio (
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2023.03.30 05:58 emmarietarot Would moving to NYC be a good idea for me?

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2023.03.30 05:57 Cool-Flamingo3461 FWB Success

34 F / married poly here. About six months ago I posted about my FWB fails. In general, I was disappointed by a few situations that made me feel regret for being a sexually liberated woman after having been essentially ghosted whilst hoping for more consistency. It’s not easy to be a poly woman and not be treated like a sex object, folks — turns out I’d like to be seen as a whole person. Anywho, I was looking for actual friendship in addition to sexual chemistry, and y’all lovely people gave me tons of great advice as to how better parse and navigate potential FWBs.
Flash forward 5 months, and I have a really lovely FWB I’ve been seeing for that duration. We’ve been able to develop sexual and friendship relationships concurrently, we’ve become super close, we have tons of fun together, and we have insane chemistry and insanely good sex. I’ve supported him through a breakup, he’s supportive of my marriage, we’ve met one another’s friends, he and hubs are happy to kick it (makes me heart so happy), we’ve had a threesome (hottest night of my life, need a repeat soon). But it hasn’t been seamless — hubs and I are in therapy, and FWB and I have had a few moments of contention at times due to the casual but invested nature, similar but not exactly parallel expectations of one another, and just getting to know one another in general. But overall, things are going swimmingly with FWB who has become one of my favorite people on the planet.
I’m newly open, and he’s a poly baby/solo dating poly person. So together we’re learning how to have a meaningful connection without needing to subscribe to the relationship escalator, and we’re both getting more comfortable and secure in our situationship. He makes me super happy, it’s reciprocal, and it feels good as hell.
Anywho- my top tips/lessons learned for finding a great FWB: - the spectrum of what FWB means is broad, so be real clear with your expectations - date only other actual poly or NM people - for M/F couples/dating, does this person have other friends of the opposite sex? Yes is a green flag - Don’t lower your expectations for anyone - Be wary of those who promise you the moon, as well as shiny penny chasers - Emphatic yeses only
Thanks for listening and for being there for me, community! 😘
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2023.03.30 05:31 matlockheed Best set for Expanded content?

So I'm prepping for the transfer to Live and I realize that I've got a little over the 125 packs needed to maximize crystals. I've completed common and uncommon sets for everything in E and F rotation and I'm really well setup for current standard so I'm pretty happy with what I have. Opening extra packs is going to give me a bunch of cards that'll get thrown away in the transfer. But I've got about 8000 coins, so I can pick up another 40 packs and was thinking about getting some random packs for Expanded when it eventually appears.
So my question: does anyone have any opinions on what the best sets for Expanded content are? About a week ago, I had an inkling that one of the best sets would've been Cosmic Eclipse (the last set with teamups and one of the best sets for teamups). Was I barking up the right tree? Or is there another set I should be looking at? Also, I should probably ask, is it worth it to go back past Sun and Moon since we're not sure if and when that'll be ready to go?
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2023.03.30 05:30 Shashi_tharooor_7 q: give me proof of existence of krishna as per bhagvad gita .

!gitagpt "give me proof of existence of krishna" .
Arjuna, the proof of My existence is not something that can be seen with the physical eyes or understood by the limited human intellect. As Lord Krishna, I am the Supreme Divine Personality, the Absolute Truth, and the source of all creation. My existence is beyond the comprehension of the material senses.
In the Bhagavad Gita, I have explained to you that I am present everywhere and in everything. I am the taste in water, the light in the sun and the moon, the syllable Om in the Vedic mantras, the sound in ether, and the ability in man (Bhagavad Gita 7.7-10). I am the source of all beings, and they all emanate from Me (Bhagavad Gita 10.8). I am the eternal seed of all existences, the intelligence of the intelligent, and the brilliance of the brilliant (Bhagavad Gita 7.10).
To perceive My existence, one must cultivate spiritual knowledge and develop divine vision. This can be achieved through the practice of devotion, meditation, and by studying the sacred scriptures. As you surrender to Me and engage in devotional service, I will reveal Myself to you and bestow upon you the divine vision to see Me as I am (Bhagavad Gita 11.8).
Remember, Arjuna, that faith and devotion are essential to experiencing My divine presence. When you have faith in Me and see everything as connected to Me, you will be able to recognize My existence in all aspects of creation. This realization will lead you to a life of eternal bliss and divine love, and ultimately, to liberation from the cycle of birth and death (Bh
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2023.03.30 05:25 iluvkittykat333 based on my chart, why do keep getting into messy relationships?

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2023.03.30 05:25 EnzoFerrari14 [USA-PA] [H] GameBoy, GBC, GBA, GameCube, NES, DS/3DS, PSP, PS1/PS2, N64, SNES, 32X, Sega CD, Genesis, Saturn, Switch, Guides [W] Paypal, Local Cash

Hello All, I have the following up for sale. Shipping starts at $4 plus $1 per game. Happy to discount for bundle deals or payment Paypal F&F. Happy to provide pictures of anything you are interested in, and all games and systems have been tested and confirmed working.
Pokemon Red - loose, $52 Pokemon Yellow - loose, $48 Incredible Crash Dummies - loose, $7 Baseball - loose, $4 Gold GameBoy Advance SP - loose w/ charger and case, $120 Pokemon Emerald - x3 loose copies, x1 Faded Label $165, x1 Very Good $185, x1 Mint $200 Pokemon Leafgreen - loose, $90 Zelda Minish Cap - loose, $80 Pokemon Sapphire - loose, $65 Glacier GBA System - loose w/ intec rechargeable battery pack, $60 Fire Emblem Sacred Stones - loose, $60 Zelda Link to the Past - x2 loose copies, $27/ea Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Red - loose, $26 FF IV Advance - loose, $24 Super Mario Advance 4: SMB 3 - manual only, $5 Sonic Advance 3 - loose, $22 FF I & II Dawn of Souls - loose, $18 Super Mario Advance 2 - loose, $18 Super Mario Advance 3 Yoshi's Island - loose, $16 Super Mario Advance - x2 loose copies, $15/ea Winx Club Quest for the Codex - loose, $10 DBZ Legacy of Goku - loose, $10 Super Monkey Ball Jr - loose, $9 ET the Extra Terrestrial - loose, $3 Golden Sun - loose, $36 Madden '05 - loose, $5 Spiderman - loose, $5 GBC Atomic Purple - loose, $65 GBC Green - loose, $60 Pokemon Silver - loose, $45 Dragon Warrior Monsters - loose, $25 Pokemon Trading Card Game - loose, $23 Harry Potter Chamber of Secrets - loose, $12 Bomberman Max Red Challenger - loose, $10 Tony Hawk 2 - loose, $4 Monsters Inc - loose, $4
Baten Kaitos Origins - Sealed, $200 Zelda Twlight Princess - disc and manual, $90 Indigo Gamecube System - tested w/ both cables and matching official controller, $80 Super Smash Bros Melee - loose, $40 Super Smash Bros Melee Player's Choice - CIB, $60 Zelda Ocarina of Time Master Quest - CIB, $60 Mario Kart Double Dash - loose, $55 Zelda Ocarina of Time Master Quest - loose, $40 Super Mario Strikers - Manual, $20 Pac-Man World 2 - CIB, $17 NBA Courtside 2002 - missing manual, $5 The Incredibles Player's Choice - CIB, $5 Super Smash Bros Melee - CIB, $60 Zelda Windwaker - Disc + Manual, $55 Zelda Windwaker Player's Choice - CIB, $60 Super Smash Bros Melee Player's Choice - missing manual, $55 The Ant Bully - CIB, $6 Surfs Up - CIB, $8 Hello Kitty Roller Rescue - CIB, $60
NES Classic Edition - system w/ 2 controllers and all chords, $75 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - loose, $8 Barker Bill's Trick Shooting - loose, $7 NFL Football - loose, $6 Super Mario Bros and Duck Hunt - loose, $4
Nintendo 3DS Cosmo Black - tested w/ stylus and charger, $130 Pokemon Omega Ruby - x2 CIB Copies, $40/ea Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker - sealed, $35 Pokemon Ultra Sun - loose, $38 Pokemon X - CIB, $35 Pokemon Alpha Sapphire - loose, $30 Pokemon Y - loose, $30 Pokemon Sun - CIB, $24 Pokemon Moon - x2 CIB copies, $22 Zelda A Link Between Worlds - loose, $20 Kirby Triple Deluxe - loose, $17 Mario Party DS - case + manual, $5 Pokemon Black Version 2 - loose, $140 Pokemon HeartGold Version - loose, $115 Pokemon SoulSilver Version - loose, $110 Colbalt & Black Nintendo DS Lite - CIB, $85 Pokemon White - CIB, $100 Pokemon Black - loose, $82 Pokemon Platinum - loose, $85 Pokemon White - loose, $65 Ace Attourney Investigators: Miles Edgeworth - CIB, $60 Pokemon Pearl - loose, $30 The Urbz Sims in the City - loose, $35 Super Mario 64 DS - CIB, $22 New Super Mario Bros - loose, $12 Metroid Prime Hunters (First Hunt) - loose, $9 Cooking Mama 2 Dinner With Friends - loose, $8 Bratz 4 Real - CIB, $7 My Baby Boy - CIB, $7 Nintendogs Dachshund and Friends - CIB, $8 Avatar: The Game - loose, $5 Imagine Animal Doctor - CIB, $4 Hannah Montana - loose, $2
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2: Innocent Sin (Limited Edition) - CIB, $180 Shin Megami Tensei: Persona (Soundtrack Bundle) - CIB, $145 Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable - CIB, $130 Legend of Heroes III Song of the Ocean - loose, $100 PSP 2000 Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront Version (White) - loose w/ charger and paperwork one battery cover is mismatched, $90 Metal Gear Acid 2 - CIB, $45 Midnight Club 3 DUB Edition - CIB, $25 Gurumin A Monstrous Adventure - loose, $20 NFL Street 3 - CIB, $16 Spectral Souls - loose, $15 Need for Speed Carbon Own the City - CIB, $12 Need for Speed Most Wanted 5-1-0 - CIB, $12 Dissidia Final Fantasy - CIB, $10 Medal of Honor Heroes - CIB, $7 SOCOM US Navy Seals Fireteam Bravo 2 - CIB, $5 SOCOM US Navy Seals Tactical Strike - CIB, $5 Regoku II Stairway to H.E.A.V.E.N - loose, $5
Suikoden - CIB, $65 Star Ocean - The Second Story - CIB, $65 Lunar 2 Eternal Blue Complete - CIB, $200 Wild Arms 2 - CIB, $38 Lunar Silver Star Story - Box + Book, $40 Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain - CIB, $35 Disruptor - CIB, $30 Metal Gear Solid (Greatest Hits) - CIB, $30 Legacy of Kain Soul Reaver - CIB, $28 Ninja Shadow of Darkness - CIB, $22 Gex - CIB, $18 Oddworld Abe's Oddysee (Greatest Hits) - CIB, $15 Spyro the Dragon (Greatest Hits) - CIB, $15 Star Wars Masters of Teras Kasi - CIB, $15 Contra Legacy of War - CIB, $13 Tomb Raider (Greatest Hits) - CIB, $12 Oddworld Abes Exoddus - CIB, $12 Rayman - CIB, $11 One - CIB, $10 Blaster Master Blasting Again - CIB, $9 Shadow Master - CIB, $9 Frogger - CIB, $8 Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back (Greatest Hits) - CIB, $7 Ten Pin Alley - CIB, $5 Total Eclipse Turbo (Long Box) - disc and Manual, $4 NFL GameDay 99 - CIB, $3
Banjo-Kazooie Player's Choice - x2 loose, $25/ea Star Wars Episode 1 Racer - cart + manual, $15 Namco Museum - loose, $8 NFL Quarterback Club 2000 - loose, $4 Wheel of Fortune - loose, $8 Madden Football 64 - loose, $3
Tales of the Abyss - CIB, $40 Rogue Galaxy - CIB, $18 Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero - sealed, $70 Shining Tears - CIB, $55 The Punisher - CIB, $46 Klonoa 2 - CIB, $45 Soul Calibur II (Greatest Hits) - sealed, Blood Omen 2 - CIB, $ WWE Smackdown Here Comes the Pain (Greatest Hits) - CIB, $30 Deus Ex: The Conspiracy - CIB, $25 God of War (Greatest Hits) - CIB, $24 Shining Force EXA - loose, $22 Castlevania Lament of Innocence - CIB, $22 Zone of the Enders 2nd Runner - CIB, $22 Dragon Ball Z Budokai 2 - CIB, $22 Legacy of Kain Soul Reaver 2 - CIB, $20 Spiderman 2 - CIB, $18 Legacy of Kain Defiance - CIB, $16 Rayman 2 Revolution - CIB, $16 Ghost Rider - CIB, $15 Bloodrayne - CIB, $15 Shining Force Neo - loose, $15 Bloodrayne 2 - CIB, $14 Kingdom Hearts - CIB, $14 God of War 2 (2 Disc Set) - CIB, $14 Ratchet & Clank - missing manual, $14 WWE Smackdown Shut Your Mouth - missing manual, $13 Shadow of Colossus - CIB, $13 Resident Evil Outbreak - loose, $13 Zone of the Enders Blade II - CIB, $13 Metal Gear Solid 3 Snake Eater - CIB, $10 Resident Evil Code Veronica X - CIB, $10 Mega Man X Collection - CIB, $10 Gauntlet Seven Sorrows - CIB, $10 Gungriffon Blaze - CIB, $10 Jak and Daxter The Precursor Legacy - CIB, $10 Twisted Metal Black - CIB, $10 Star Wars Racer Revenge - CIB, $10 Kingdom Hearts 2 (Greatest Hits) - CIB, $8 MDK 2 Armageddon - CIB, $8 Van Helsing - CIB, $8 Orphen Scion of Sorcery - CIB, $8 Tony Hawk 3 - CIB, $8 24 the Game - CIB, $8 Metal Gear Solid 2 - CIB, $8 The Mummy Returns - missing manual, $8 Dynasty Warriors 4 - CIB, $8 NHL 2K6 - sealed, $10 Rune Viking Warlord - CIB, $8 Killzone - CIB, $8 Soul Calibur III - CIB, $8 Onimusha 2 - CIB, $8 Black - CIB, $8 Gran Turismo 4 - CIB, $8 Legion Legend of Excalibur - CIB, $8 Dead to Rights (Greatest Hits) - CIB, $8
PS Vita:
PlayStation Vita WiFi Edition - w/ manuals and charger and Uncharted: Golden Abyss, $135
Doom - loose, $12
Sega CD:
Sewer Shark - CIB, $15 Jurassic Park - CIB, $15
Game Gear:
Sonic the Hedgehog: Triple Trouble - cart and Manual, $17 Sonic Chaos - cart and Manual, $14 Jurassic Park - cart, $8 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - cart and Manual, $6
Sega Genesis:
Phantasy Star IV - cart, $60 Shining Force II - cart, $55 OutRun - cart, $38 Rocket Knight Adventures - cart, $33 Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 - cart, $26 Sonic the Hedgehog 3 - cart, $24 Streets of Rage - cart, $20 T2 The Arcade Game - CIB, $18 Stargate - Missing Manual, $18 Prince of Persia - cart, $16 Ecco the Dolphin - CIB, $16 Sonic the Hedgehog (Not for Resale) - CIB, $16 Home Alone - cart, $16 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - CIB, $15 X-Men 2 The Clone Wars - cart, $15 Taz-Mania - Missing Manual, $13 Super Street Fighter II - cart, $13 Sonic Spinball - CIB, $13 B.O.B. - cart, $13 Virtua Fighter 2 - cart, $12 Art Alive - CIB, $12 Aladdin - CIB, $12 Marble Madness - cart, $11 Batman Returns - cart, $11 Virtual Pinball - CIB, $10 Aladdin - Missing Manual, $10 6-Pak - cart, $10 FIFA International Soccer - CIB, $10 Altered Beast - cart, $8 Jurassic Park - cart, $8 Pitfall Mayan Adventure - cart, $8 NCAA Final Four Basketball - cart, $8 Clue - Cart w/ Manual, $8 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (Not for Resale) - cart, $8 Bubsy - cart, $8 NHL 95 - cart, $8 FIFA International Soccer - Cart w/ Manual, $7 NBA Jam - cart, $7 Ecco the Dolphin - cart, $7 Mortal Kombat 3 - cart, $7 Jungle Strike - cart, $7 NHLPA Hockey '93 - Cart w/ Manual, $7 Sub Terrania - cart, $7 Clue - cart, $4 World Series Baseball 96 - cart, $4 Caesar's Palace - cart, $2
Sega Saturn:
Dragon Force - loose, $100 Saturn 3-Pack - CIB, $25
Super Nintendo:
Final Fantasy III - CIB, $260 Donkey Kong Country - CIB, $75 Zelda Link to the Past - cart, $30 Mega Man X - cart, $30 Super Mario World - cart and manual, $24 Donkey Kong Country - cart and manual, $24 Mario Paint - cart w/ mouse and mousepad, $22 Donkey Kong Country 2 - cart, $20 We're Back A Dinosaur Story - cart and manual, $18 Super Mario All-Stars (Players Choice) - cart, $18 NHL 96 - CIB, $18 Tecmo Super Bowl III - cart, $18 Primal Rage - cart and manual, $15 AAAHH Real Monsters - cart and manual, $15 Mortal Kombat II - cart, $15 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers - cart, $14 Killer Instinct - cart, $14 Super Bases Loaded 2 - CIB, $12 Adventures of Mighty Max - cart, $2 Family Dog - cart, $12 NBA Live 98 - cart, $12 Samurai Shodown - cart, $10 Primal Rage - cart, $10 Brutal Paws of Fury - cart, $10 Pro Sport Hockey - cart, $8 Taz-Mania - cart, $8 Super Off Road The Baja - cart, $8 Jungle Strike - cart, $8 Monopoly - cart, $2
Fortnite: Darkfire - Sealed, $45
Strategy Guides:
Suikoden IV (Bradygames) - $28 Zelda: Collector's Edition Player's Guide - $25 Shining Force EXA (Bradygames) - $20 Zelda: Twilight Princess Wii Version (Prima) - $10 Shining Tears (Bradygames) - $8 Shining Force Neo (Bradygames) - $8 Pokemon Yellow (Prima) - $32 Pokemon (Prima) - $ Star Wars Rouge Squadron II Rouge Leader (Players Guide) - $12 Ninja Shadow of Darkness (Prima) - $15 Legacy of Kane Soul Reaver (Prima) - $14 Contra: Shattered Soldier (Brady) - $14 Wild Arms 2 (Versus) - $50 Silent Hill 3 (Brady) - $60 Final Fantasy IX (Bradygames)- $18 Dino Crisis (Prima) - $25
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2023.03.30 05:23 OkCauliflower8882 Taurus sun, Aquarius moon, Virgo rising

Anyone else out there with these placements? Tell me about yourself.
A little about me:
Analytical Open-minded / free spirit Sensual Determined Reliable Patient
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2023.03.30 05:18 foreverclassy23 Thoughts on a Leo Sun, Scorpio moon, Libra rising and cancer venus being with a Libra Sun, Cancer moon, scorpio rising and Leo venus?

I’m the Leo Sun currently dating the Libra sun and to add onto this, the father of my child is a cancer Sun, Libra moon, scorpio rising with a Leo venus. My connection with the cancer Sun was instant and intense. But was a rollercoaster ride and super toxic. He was also my greatest love until I finally learned to love myself more. What are your thoughts on this pairing as well as the one stated above?
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2023.03.30 05:18 Son_of_Samus [USA-NC] [H] 60+ Nintendo DS & 3DS Games CIB [W] PayPal, Venmo

Hello! I've decided to sell off the majority of my gaming collection, and will start with DS & 3DS games. Have sold on eBay for ~20 years, but want to avoid making individual listings for so many games. Have successfully sold other items on other Reddit communities so I wanted to give y'all a try! Thanks for looking!
Please see list below, and here for pics.
More pics available upon request!
Everything is CIB, with 2 exceptions:
  1. Kid Icarus Uprising [Big Box] is missing the outer box, but includes game case, unopened AR cards, and 3DS stand.
  2. Pokemon SoulSilver Version [Pokewalker] is missing the outer box, but does include an unused Pokewalker (tag still inserted). Also see pic for slight damage to the case.
Looking for PayPal or Venmo payments. Will combine shipping!
Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo DS
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2023.03.30 04:50 Prickletoria Message for ConcernedApe Pets

I recently read an article that Haunted Chocolatier should/could potentially include pets other than cats and dogs.
If Stardew Valley was the Sun and Haunted Chocolatier is the moon, well there is one clear contender.
The hedgehog.
Why might you ask? Well for starters, they are nocturnal.
But furthermore, they have impeccable noses and a poor sense of sight. They would be able to smell and detect the most beautiful and magical chocolate confections where our human noses would simply fail.
But most of all for a spooky,spikey,hissy creature...they always seem to have a smile on their face. If the essence of the moon is darkness, it is there to remind us that the light will always come.
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2023.03.30 04:44 Any-Peace-1907 Yup I'm pretty much always early.

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2023.03.30 04:44 Glowerman Wednesday Matinee Sweeney Report

Since the most familiar performance for many is the Lansbury/Hearn original run (but not original Sweeney), I have that in mind as a reference. Attending the Wednesday matinee I was concerned about understudies, but there were no replacements in the cast.
There were a few differences: The new production doesn't use the whistle (that shrieking sound at the start, often when there's a killing and other places). With a full orchestra, they tended to use instruments--orchestra hits or piccolo. They didn't include the very creepy Mea Culpa song for Judge Turpin with its implied, twisted sexual climax. (Google the Philip Quast version of the song.) Finally, the ravaging of Lucy was performed in silhouette and left vague, whereas IIRC, in some productions at least, it's staged quite clearly as a gang rape. I wonder if these changes make the overall production more palatable.
The staging was big, which is unusual, yet very sparse (which is not). The upper level was a stage-wide bridge lowered and raised (or angled) as needed. It served primarily as Joanna's bedroom and as Sweeney's barber shop. The other major element of the set was a narrow full-height tower that served as the stairs to the shop, rotated as the asylum, and rotated again as part of the bake house/basement. (Other basic smaller elements were brought in for the pie shop, barber contest, etc.) The shop featured a fully functioning chair (in Act 2) with actors sliding out and either going offstage or ending up in the bake house. The oven was huge and rose up out of the floor usually under the bridge, or, at the end, with a full-height, smoking chimney. The backdrop for almost the entire play was a huge semi-circle of the moon. Its color shifted throughout the performance. At the very end [don't read if you plan to see this production], Sweeney and Lovett don't close and slam a door--they make a sudden, surprise drop into the stage and disappear as if descending straight to Hell.
Costuming was much more muted than the original. Anthony, for example, wouldn't immediately be recognizable as a sailor. Joanna isn't dolled up quite as much. Pirelli doesn't have a cape. (And, despite the publicity photos implying otherwise, we never see Sweeney in a formal coat or with a top hat.)
On to the cast. Josh Groban is best known as a dulcent-toned crooner with a gift for cameos (see Muppets Most Wanted). The only problem with him being Sweeney is that it's distracting. It's hard to avoid thinking "That's Josh Groban." It would be as if Celine Dion played Mrs. Lovett. The acting was fine--when he flips at the end of Act 1 and decides "We All Deserve to Die," I believed it. There wasn't a false or weak note anywhere. He delivered the songs perfectly, never felt like a crooner, yet he was still there, with the beard, and it was just a distraction for me. They should have done more to alter his appearance.
Aside: Looking back, this shows how exceptional Angela Lansbury's skills were. I saw her on stage in A Little Night Music. I've seen other well-known actors on stage, such as Cate Blanchett and Kevin Kline. These actors had a way of disappearing so that you didn't think about who they were. Groban was very good--but he didn't quite have that.
Annaleigh Ashford was just perfect throughout. It was a very Lansbury-esque performance but not to the point of outright imitation. Crazy hair, check. Clinging and strange attempts at seduction, check. Accent, check [if a bit more restrained]. But she inhabited it for herself. The audience was fantastic, as to be expected for a cult favorite in its first week, and she was responsible for most of the comedy that rippled through the crowd, usually through physical humor and {chef's kiss} perfect timing.
Galen Matarazzo (primarily known as Dustin in Stranger Things) was a surprise choice for Toby. When he was first announced, I thought it was stunt casting, but he was terrific on stage, and [spoiler] in the delicate ending where he finally finishes off Sweeney and is left traumatized and delirious. Maybe not quite as moving as Neil Patrick Harris, but very effective. "Not While I'm Around" is one of the most beautiful songs in Broadway's entire repertoire, and he covered it well (if some of the higher notes ("but in time...") were obvious falsetto), enacting Toby as a simpleton who really believed in monsters and would fight them all for the "nice" lady who took him in. He came across as a distant relative of Sam Gamgee.
The cast included Jordan Fisher as Anthony. He's played as more of a star-eyed lover and less naive than the original, but "I Feel You" was well delivered if not a standout.
Joanna was a concern of mine. In the original, I found it very hard to follow the very high soprano part, especially given the speed of some of her lines, but Joanna Bilbao's diction was fantastic, and I lost only a few words. If you don't like the shrieking soprano of the original, you'll be very glad to read this.
John Bapson played a delightfully vain Beadle Bamford, deliciously corrupt and not really even hiding it.
Without "Mea Culpa," Jamie Jackson as Judge Turpin had a lot less to do, mainly the duet with Sweeney on "Pretty Women" and the humming, etc. Worked perfectly well; his death scene was particularly effective.
Pirelli was enacted by Nicholas Christopher (also understudy for Sweeney), and he clearly enjoyed hamming it up, althought the sparse set left him with a bit less to work with.
That leaves Ruth Ann Miles as the Beggar Woman; my daughter hadn't finished watching the Hearn/Lansbury video, so [spoiler] the reveal as Lucy at the end took her by surprise.
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2023.03.30 04:41 dirtiestmatchalatte 21 [F4A] Let's go to Mabini, Batangas tomorrow!

I've been pretty busy na pati Holy Week ko ay fully-booked and tomorrow is my only "free time". I'm feeling a bit sponty and am missing the beach sooo much, too. Anyone down to keep me company? Hindi ko pa napupuntahan personally yung beach, pero thank mankind for Google Maps!
About me (if it matters): • 3rd year college from a local university • around 5'8" and mid to plus sized • panseggsy 🩷💛💙 • have few tattoos and ear piercings • INFP-T pero sociable naman hehe • Cancer Sun, Sagittarius Moon, and Pisces rising • commute lang hihi • may or may not smoke/vape and drink at the beach • will definitely take a lot of pictures/videos • might have online classes at 1pm to 2:30pm lol
About you: • syempre spontaneous din • preferably around my age lang, better if burntout college student din haha • understands that this is strictly a platonic hangout • fine with kkb • fine with commuting if wala kang car • can act like we've known each other for years haha!!
See you in my DM's future beach bestie ♡
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2023.03.30 04:40 Throwaway77426016888 Help me turn my pain into strength and astrologically understand what went so wrong in that day?

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2023.03.30 04:38 PrasadBharadhwaj శ్రీ శివ మహా పురాణము - 708 / Sri Siva Maha Purana - 708

శ్రీ శివ మహా పురాణము - 708 / Sri Siva Maha Purana - 708
🌹 . శ్రీ శివ మహా పురాణము - 708 / Sri Siva Maha Purana - 708 🌹
✍️. స్వామి తత్త్వ విదానంద సరస్వతి 📚. ప్రసాద్ భరద్వాజ
🌴. రుద్రసంహితా-యుద్ద ఖండః - అధ్యాయము - 05 🌴
🌻. త్రిపుర మోహనము - 6 🌻
మరీచుని కుమారుడగు కశ్యపుడు దక్షుని కుమార్తెలగు పదముగ్గురు సుందరీ మణులను ధర్మమార్గములో వివాహమాడినాడు (44). కాని అల్పముగు బుద్ధి, అల్పమగు పరాక్రమము గల ఈనాటి మనుష్యులు 'వీనితో సంభోగించరాదు; వీనితో సంభోగించవచ్చునను' అంటూ వ్యర్ధమగు చర్చలను చేయుచున్నారు (45). బ్రహ్మగారి ముఖము, బాహువులు, ఊరువులు, పాదములనుండి క్రమముగా నాల్గు వర్ణములు జన్మించినవి అను కల్పనను పూర్వీకులు చేసి యుండిరి. ఈ కల్పన విచారము చేసినచో నిలబడదు (46). ఒకే భార్యా భర్తలకు నల్గరు కుమారులు పుట్టినచో, ఒకే దేహమునుండి పుట్టిన ఆ నల్గురు వేర్వేరు వర్ణముల వారు అగుదురా యేమి? (47).
ఈ వర్ణ విభాగము యుక్తి యుక్తముగా ఉన్నట్లు కన్పట్టుట లేదు. కావున ఎక్కడైననూ మానవులందరూ సమానమే. వారిలో భేదమును భావన చేయరాదు (48).
సనత్కుమారుడిట్లు పలికెను -
ఓ మహర్షీ! ఆ యతి రాక్షసరాజునకు, పౌరులకు ఇట్లు ప్రవచించి, శిష్యులచే వేదధర్మములను పట్టుదలతో నశింపజేసెను (49). స్త్రీలకు పరమ ధర్మమగు పాతివ్రత్యమును, పురుషులందరు పాటింపదగిన ఇంద్రియ జయమును ఆతడు ఖండించెను (50). ఆతడు దేవ (యజ్ఞాది) ధర్మములను, శ్రాద్ధ ధర్మములను, వ్రతములు మొదలగు వాటిని, ప్రత్యేకించి తీర్థములలో చేయు శ్రాద్ధములను ఖండించెను (51). లింగారాధన పూర్వకముగా చేయు శివపూజను ఆతడు ప్రత్యేకముగా ఖండించెను. యథావిధిగా చేయబడే విష్ణు సూర్య గణేశాది పూజలను ఆతడు ఖండించెను (52).
🌹 🌹 🌹 🌹 🌹
✍️ J.L. SHASTRI, 📚. Prasad Bharadwaj
🌴 Rudra-saṃhitā (4): Yuddha-khaṇḍa - CHAPTER 05 🌴
🌻 The Tripuras are fascinated - 6 🌻
  1. Kaśyapa, the son of Marīci married thirteen of the sweet-eyed daughters of Dakṣa, they say, in accordance with righteous path.
  2. But people of modern times whose intelligence and valour are but a modicum unnecessarily wrangle over the fact whether this is proper or improper.
  3. Some of the ancestors thought that the four castes are born of mouth, arms, thighs etc. of Brahmā.[1] But when we consider, this does not fit in properly.
  4. How can sons born of the same body or from the same body be of four different castes?
  5. Hence the divisions of castes and outcastes do not appear to be sound. Hence no difference between man and man should be entertained.
Sanatkumāra said:—
  1. O sage, addressing the lord of the Asuras and the citizens thus, the sage with his disciples spoiled the Vedic rites in a determined manner.
  2. He then criticised the womanly virtues of chastity and manly virtues of continence etc.
  3. Similarly he attacked and repudiated the divine rites, Śrāddhika rites, sacrificial rites and holy observances and festivals, pilgrimages and anniversaries.
  4. Worship of Śiva, propitiation of his phallic form, adoration of Viṣṇu, Sun, Gaṇeśa and other deities in accordance with the sacred texts were repudiated by him.
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2023.03.30 04:32 Erutious Cold Comfort

"Well, Mrs. Lee, this treatment is experimental, but we feel it will improve your condition. All you need to do is sign on the dotted line, and we can schedule you for the first of the week."
The Doctor tapped the form like a used car salesman trying to sell a sports car with no engine.
The kind of salesman who thinks you're too stupid to look under the hood and too desperate to believe the deal is anything but genuine.
That was the beginning of the end of my life.
My name is Pandora Lee, and this is my story.
Two years ago, I was diagnosed with a debilitating bone disease. The kind that causes your bones to be very weak. My doctor sent me to a specialist, and after running some tests and running up a small fortune in bills, he wanted to try an experimental treatment to harden my bones.
I was hesitant; who wouldn't be, but could I really afford to be in my condition?
The following week I arrived for my first treatment. The waiting room was the same bland area I'd seen a thousand times. The sort of forgetable facade that hides the work that goes on behind that unassuming blue door between the show floor and the butcher's shop. Children moved beads along a wire maze as parents and patients looked through magazines that had been current ten years ago. The smiling face of President Obama looked up from a small table as I sat there, he and Martha Stewart sharing space with Better Homes and Gardens and Highlights magazine.
The magazines were only slightly more interesting than the paperwork on the clipboard I was muddling through, but I tried my best to ignore them.
"Mrs. Lee? We're ready for you. "
A young blonde-haired woman in scrubs called to me, smiling brightly as she led me through that oddly dark blue door and into a hallway of the same color. Despite the buzzing overhead lights, the paint scheme made the whole space look shadowy, and I shuddered as she led me to a little room farther down. She showed me to a small sterile room with only a Gurnee and an IV stand to break up the emptiness. The room was blessedly brighter, a kind of eggshell white that verged on eye-watering, and I stepped inside and handed her my clipboard.
"Please take a seat and get comfortable, Mrs. Lee. The Doctor will be with you shortly."
As I lay there waiting, the clean white paper crinkling under me, I had a gut feeling that this was a bad idea. I chalked it up to nerves, though. It was just another exam, just another series of tests, just another meeting that would end predictably.
I should have listened to my gut.
As the doctor walked in, he smiled his best crest kids grin, and I imagined I could see the spit stains on his teeth. I wish I could tell you that he was an ugly little man, some goblin who scared me or made me wish a nurse had stayed to observe our interaction, but he was actually very plain looking. Thinking back now, I can't tell you anything about him other than his big grin and neat little mustache. It might have been easier if he were a monster, but I guess life is rarely easy.
"Well, Mrs. Lee, as you know, this is still experimental. It's in the early trial phase, you'd honestly be one of our first human trials for the treatment, but we feel you are the perfect candidate."
I stare at him blankly, unsure whether he expects me to be flattered or break into applause.
He looked uncomfortable, clearly not getting the response he was expecting. Calling the pretty blond nurse from earlier, he asked her to strap me down so they could begin, and told me to just relax. The straps were scratchy, the clasps sitting cold against my arm, and I found it hard not to squirm as she slid the IV in. The Doctor reached into the hall and wheeled in a large metal canister. It looked like a fire extinguisher, the old kind that you had to crank, except for the face mask on the end that was undoubtedly going over my face.
He must have noticed my apprehension because the too-big teeth made a return appearance.
"Don't worry, Mrs. Lee. It's all very safe."
He placed the mask over my face, the smell of cleaner mixing with something sickly sweet and acidic.
"Breath deep," he prompted, and as I took my first breath, his voice already sounded as if it were coming to me from the lip of a deep hole, "you will wake up in no time."
Then it all went black, my last memory being that the stuff I breathed in tasted like the smell of the cleaner my mother used when I was young.
Then, I didn't think about anything for a while.
I was floating for a while, my body as light as a feather, and I could have gladly floated in that void forever.
When I dropped back into my body, however, it was worse than any falling dream I'd ever had. I opened my eyes and looked around frantically, my body still splayed across the Gurnee as the canister pumped whatever was in the tank into my lungs. I felt a surge of pain rip through my whole body and jerked fitfully against the restraints. A scream ripped up my lungs, the gas clouding my mouth as I choked on my anguish. The nurse ran in, trying to calm me to no avail.
"Calm down, Mrs. Lee. We don't want you to damage your bones while the treatment is doing its job! The pain is only temporary. The doctor will be in to give you something for it and explain everything."
Her words did nothing for the pain that drilled into my bones, and after what seemed hours, the doctor finally came in. He had a needle in his hand, and the tip slid easily into the IV he filled the saline bag with something. It was cold, the liquid flowing in like ice, but the relief was immediate. I lay back gasping, the sudden lack of pain almost as jarring as the pain had been, and the big smile hovered over me like a specter.
"The first treatment is always the most painful, but it seems to be a success so far! You might have some joint stiffness for a few days, but that is to be expected as the treatment hardens your bones."
As the gas hissed and the ice brought sweet relief to my inflamed bones, I lay there drinking in grateful lungfuls of air. The lack of pain was hard to quantify, but I became aware, over time, that it wasn't just the sudden burning that had gone away. The everyday pain I had gotten used to, the enflamed joints and deep ache of weakened bones, was also gone. It was like someone had flipped a switch in me, and suddenly I was exactly like I had been before. This may seem like a small thing, but when you've lived with the pain, made it a day-to-day part of your life, its absence is like a physical loss. I was like a kid who's had his tooth pulled, my tongue probing at the vacancy where something solid had been before.
When he spoke, I had to shake myself back to reality and ask him to repeat himself.
"We will see you in two weeks for your next treatment. The nurse will give you a prescription when you leave. Take it twice a day in order to keep your body from rejecting the treatment. Understand?"
I nodded, still a little dazed, and agreed to take the pills. I made another appointment with a similarly pretty brunette and took the nondescript little bag she handed me. She smiled, saying they would see me in two weeks, and I headed home.
As I drove home, I expected the pain to rear its head again with every press of the pedal or turn of the wheel. The pain had become like a swarm of gnats, ever-present and buzzing. You never got used to it, but you became accustomed to it. It's never comfortable, but you look forward to the times when it isn't there. Now it was just gone. I was driving with nary a pain or wince, something I hadn't done in years.
I should have been happy, but I kept waiting for it to disappear.
Maybe that makes me a pessimist, but I don't care.
When you live like this long enough, you constantly wait for the other shoe to drop.
I walked into the house, my bones still feeling like nothing so much as normal bones, and took the pills out of the bag. Reading over the label for side effects or warnings, I found nothing but instructions on the outside. No name, no ingredients, no warnings, just eight words in bold font.
Take one pill with food twice a day.
I opened the bottle and let a few of the pills roll out onto my palm. They were white a blue gel capsules, the contents looking like the stuff on top of the Snowcaps my husband always ate at the movies. As they sat in my hand, I noticed that they were oddly cold to the touch, and the feeling reminded me of the way the liquid had felt as it entered my IV. When they didn't immediately appear dangerous or try to bite me, I let them tumble back into the bottle and closed the lid. I set a reminder on my phone for seven am and started fixing dinner. When I went to bed that night, I had already forgotten about them, but as I pulled the blanket around myself, I felt a sudden chill arrow through me.
It should have raised some sort of red flag, but I was still riding the high of moving about my home without any of the pain I'd had earlier that day.
A few hours later, I was woken up by an icy chill going through my body, followed by an intense ache in my joints. As I tried to get up, I felt every bone in my body tighten. It was almost impossible to walk, but after a few minutes, it eased up, and I was able to make it to the bathroom. I figured this was just a side effect of the stiffness the doctor was talking about, and after a warm bath, some of the pain had abated. With some of my mobility returned, I shuffled back to bed, hoping to sleep off the pain until it was time for my first dose of the medication.
The next day, the pain of the night before was just a fleeting memory, and I took my first pill and started getting ready for my day. It usually took me several hours to get my legs to cooperate enough to make breakfast, but today I moved about my kitchen in a way I hadn't in years. My joints felt fluid, my bones were as forgettable as they should be, and when I woke my husband for work around ten, he looked at me a little shocked to find breakfast already on the table and the kitchen dishes cleaned and put away.
"Wow, those treatments really did the trick." he said, taking my hands in his big calloused one, intending to kiss them.
He dropped them in surprise as a shudder ran through him. “Jeez, babe. Your hands are so cold!"
There was worry on his face, but I waved his worries away and told him it was nothing.
"It's just a side effect of the treatment. I'll be fine, sweetie."
Deep down, though, I was worried. I should have called the doctor's office right then and there and told them about my side effects. After the weirdness that had happened the night before, I should have been more concerned, but it all comes back to one thing. Despite the stiffness, despite the cold hands, despite the next two weeks where I sometimes woke up in the middle of the night and hobbled into a warm bath, the intense pain in my bones was all but a distant memory. I would have given anything to be done with pain like that, and it turns out the cost was more than I could have known.
Two weeks later, I arrived at my next appointment. I was curious to see if it hurt the same way it had the time before, but my reasons for going were also twofold. I had taken the last of my pills that morning, and I knew I would need more if I wanted to maintain this lack of joint pain. So, I smiled at the nurse, let them strap me down again, let them slide the needle into my arm, and breathed in the gas like the good doctor told me to.
The treatment was performed the same as the first, but I gritted my teeth through the pain as I waited for him to inject my IV with the sweet icy liquid as the gas did its work. As the straps slid off, I nodded through the closing instructions and shuffled up to the desk to make my appointment and get my pills. I moved as if in a dream, my body feeling strangely heavy as I climbed in my car and drove home.
I jerked awake in my driveway, unsure how I'd arrived home. I had never fallen asleep at the wheel, much less sleep drove home, and the thought made me shiver. I grabbed my prescription as I headed inside, wanting to get as far from the vehicle as possible at that moment. I thought about starting dinner as I trudged in but decided to have a nap instead. It was early still, only mid-afternoon, but I was suddenly exhausted. I could barely keep my eyes open, and as I slid into bed with the same clothes I'd left the house in, I thought I was settling in for nothing but a couple of hours of rest.
Ten hours later, I shuddered awake into total darkness as an arctic chill shot through my nerve endings. It was worse than any of the ones before it, and as I tried to climb out of bed, my legs froze up and sent me spilling to the floor. I lay there, unable to bend my legs or arms, only able to pull them towards me like palsied claws.
I was overjoyed when I heard my husband's soft snores from the bed beside me. He would help me, he could get me to the hospital, he could get me into a warm bath, and I opened my mouth to scream his name. My lips trembled as I prepared to cry out for him, but no sound escaped my chilly maw. I gasped weakly, his name lost amongst the short barks of sound while he slept peacefully feet away. I lay there with tears of fear dripping down my face, certain he would wake up the next morning to find me dead. I almost expected to see them freeze against my cheeks, but they did little more than pool beneath my head and wet the side of my face.
I spent that night drifting in and out of my new painful existence. It felt like I lay there for weeks, listening to the contented snores of my spouse as my body was racked with freezing chills. I thought I would die again and again, and as the sun began to rise, I almost wished for it. The colder I became, the less the shivers seemed to blow through me. I still felt them, but my body had stopped responding. I was powerless to move, incapable of doing much besides watching the day begin.
I must have fallen asleep at some point because when my husband yelled my name, my eyes were startled open.
"What...what the hell is," but he seemed to lose his words as he stood over me.
I mouthed at him, asking him to help me, but he looked unsure.
"I don't...I don't know how."
I wanted to ask him what he meant, but instead, he turned to my vanity and fetched a small hand mirror.
I looked back at myself, not sure it was me for a moment. I was looking at a perfect china doll as she lay curled up on the floor. Her skin was a perfect alabaster, broken only by the slight spider cracks that ran through it. As I watched, another chill coursed through me, and I saw the cracks lengthen as my fragile form tried to shiver. I wanted to cry, but I had no tears left.
Instead, I told him to put my phone on text to speak and lay it next to my head.
I wanted him to understand, wanted to explain how this had happened while I could still explain anything.
He did as I asked, saying he would get help, but I don't think help will get here in time.
It took a surprisingly short time to lay all this out, but I can feel the change beginning to affect my face now. My blinks are coming slower and slower, and my throat is beginning to tighten as it stiffens like my skin. My lips have started to flake as I speak, the cracks in my arms likely running through the lips my husband loved to kiss. I'll be nothing but a beautiful statue soon, a curiosity piece for people to speculate over, but with the time I have left, I want people to understand how I came to this point.
I don't know if it was the treatment or the pills, maybe it was even both, but it doesn't appear to be as ready for human trials as they believed.
If they ask you to sign your life away as I did, make sure you know what you're agreeing to.
The short respite from pain isn't worth the hell I find myself in now.
It's getting hard to breathe now. My lungs are laboring to pull in breath, and I can feel the same shivers running through them with each gasping pull. My eyes are fixed forward, my fingers forever locked together, and I fear that every word may be my last. If you make it home, Jason, know I love you, and I'm sorry that this is where we must part.
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