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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #15 on: June 08, 2017, 12:53:43 pm »
That awful, I'm so sorry and glad you didn't die!

On the other hand, for the rest of your life you get to tell people you're really bad at falling to your death. So, that's a win.
I dunno. I'm so bad at it that I've never come even near as close as Da6s.

I think the caveat here is that you have to actually fall. To be worse at it than Da6s, you'd have to fall at least 51 ft without dying.

I don't openly endorse this new measurement of badassery

It's either this, or back to the oranges.

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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #16 on: June 08, 2017, 01:51:30 pm »
That awful, I'm so sorry and glad you didn't die!

On the other hand, for the rest of your life you get to tell people you're really bad at falling to your death. So, that's a win.
I dunno. I'm so bad at it that I've never come even near as close as Da6s.

I think the caveat here is that you have to actually fall. To be worse at it than Da6s, you'd have to fall at least 51 ft without dying.

I don't openly endorse this new measurement of badassery

It's either this, or back to the oranges.



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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #17 on: June 08, 2017, 01:56:46 pm »
Good job not being dead yet!

Please accept this friendly reminder to count this incident as a major concussion when considering further risks in the future. Most brains can handle a few, but you don't want to go around falling off horses or getting beat with blunt objects if you've already got half a dozen doozies under your belt.

Actually had brain doc visit yesterday, have a follow up with her end of July for test and final confirmation of no lasting damage. First concussion and first time being knocked unconscious that I can remember, have snowboarded in a helmet for years, so pretty optimistic of my outlook at this point.

Today is trauma doc to cover my punctured lung and everything that isn't my shattered shoulder blade.
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We appear to be doomed by our DNA to repeat the same destructive behaviors our forebears have repeated for millenia. If anything our problem solving skills have actually diminished with the advent of technology & our ubiquitous modern conveniences. & yet despite our predisposition towards fear-driven hostility; towards what we anachronistically term primitive behavior another instinct is just as firmly encoded in our make-up. We are capable as our ancestors were of incredible breathtaking acts of kindness. Every hour of every day a man risks his life at a moments notice to save another. Forget for a moment the belligerent benevolent billionaires who grant the unfortunate a crumb of costfree cake. I speak of pure acts of selflessness. A Mother who rushes into the street to save a child from a speeding vehicle. A person who runs into a burning building to reach a family trapped on the upper story. Such actions,such moments,such unconscious selfless decisions,define what it is to be human

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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #18 on: June 08, 2017, 02:30:48 pm »
Morbid curiosity -- You said you didn't really notice when your lung got punctured.  What's it like now?

I've never had the chance to talk directly to someone to whom this has happened.

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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #19 on: June 08, 2017, 03:09:47 pm »
Morbid curiosity -- You said you didn't really notice when your lung got punctured.  What's it like now?

I've never had the chance to talk directly to someone to whom this has happened.

Feels like a side stitch from running everytime I breathe in fully/deeply. Deep breath exhale feels winded, like trying to catch your breath after a sprint.

Hurts sharply like a cramp anytime I laugh.

You mainly just feel like you're in after-running winded and trying to get your breathing to normal constantly. Only really noticeable on deep breaths
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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #20 on: June 08, 2017, 03:20:17 pm »
Interesting, a lot of that sounds similar to cracked ribs?
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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #21 on: June 08, 2017, 04:10:36 pm »
Interesting, a lot of that sounds similar to cracked ribs?

Well, I have 3 broke ribs, and top right rib punctured right lung as it broke, so it's possible I'm only feeling the ribs and can't tell anything from my lung itself.
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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #22 on: June 08, 2017, 07:17:00 pm »
I was assuming you'd had cracked ribs before. Seemed a bit extreme for a first sporting injury. Might I suggest snapping an ankle or two and then building up from there. Take it slow til you get a good feel for it :lulz:
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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #23 on: June 08, 2017, 09:01:14 pm »
Jeeeesus Dags! That's horrible. Really glad you're okay. Any landing you can walk away from, right? Sheesh.

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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #24 on: June 09, 2017, 01:54:25 am »
I was assuming you'd had cracked ribs before. Seemed a bit extreme for a first sporting injury. Might I suggest snapping an ankle or two and then building up from there. Take it slow til you get a good feel for it :lulz:

I probably fucked my knee up my 2nd or 3rd winter living on resort, but never got it fully checked. Mostly just bruises, scrapes, and general aches. Never had to ride the sled of shame until this one. First real sport injury, and it was a hell of one at that.

Trauma doc today regarding ribs, xray shows them mostly healed with right lung still only at about 80% - doc said some more breathing practice should address that.
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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #25 on: June 09, 2017, 01:58:38 am »
Any landing you can walk away from, right? Sheesh.

I really wish there was a vid of the fall proper. I so would've made jerryoftheday with it if there was. There some other pics on other news articles - Google "Boulder Canyon climber fall 30" and my nameless story should be the majority of the hits - I specifically remember telling a reporter they couldn't  use my name, and I'm very glad I was coherent enough for that one.

Been like 3 years since someone called me dags. Still not that long gone stranger.
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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #26 on: June 09, 2017, 04:02:49 am »
 Best'tya healing fast and proper, and mad props for teaching gravity a lesson :)
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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #27 on: June 20, 2017, 08:32:02 am »
Just read for 2 hours, which the brain doc told me was a really good sign that my concussion  healing properly..if only my fucking shoulder and ribs would follow suit. Shoulders gotten worse the past week, which hopefully means this is the crux, and ribs still hurt like fuck anytime I cough - coughing fits bring me to tears especially.

Mostly at this point im just going fucking stir crazy from my newfound worthless slothful lifestyle.

Fuck this shit. Like, I want to climb again when it's safe, but fuck me this recovery is awful. Going to be over hella cautious about all danger. At least that's my current outlook.

Tried remembering more and more and more of the fall and the icu days, but it's just hazy. Really wish they hadn't given me ketamine. I understand the benefit, but I fucking hate the memory gaps it's caused.
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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #28 on: July 12, 2017, 11:00:20 pm »
6 weeks and change since my fall. 4 days into cold turkey quitting the opiates I've been on 24/7 for 6 weeks straight. No cravings, so not addicted, but absolutely experiencing withdrawals. Been sick since Monday. Lost probably 10 pounds. This sucks. Not being able to sleep had been the worst part.

Unfortunately, I tried other methods for pain management and none of them worked until last week when it had a major change.

Follow up appointments next week. We'll see how it goes. Have maybe 80% range of motion in right arm back. Can't reach directly above head.

Have tickets to see Garbage on Sunday. Kinda worried concussion has made me unable to handle multidirectional noisy crowds. I really hope that isn't the case, but some restaurants have given me immediate onset headaches.
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Re: Kesha's yelling timber
« Reply #29 on: July 13, 2017, 01:02:17 am »
I am glad to hear you are recovering.

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