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Ok, that does sounds dangerous. I'm glad that guy you mentioned wasn't severely injured.
But living on a mountain does sounds interesting, is it hard to breathe the higher you go up?

Edit: got ninja'd as I was writing this. Feelsbadman
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tad01123 wrote:

Ok, that does sounds dangerous. I'm glad that guy you mentioned wasn't severely injured.
But living on a mountain does sounds interesting, is it hard to breathe the higher you go up?

Edit: got ninja'd as I was writing this. Feelsbadman
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tad01123 wrote:

Ok, that does sounds dangerous. I'm glad that guy you mentioned wasn't severely injured.
But living on a mountain does sounds interesting, is it hard to breathe the higher you go up?

Edit: got ninja'd as I was writing this. Feelsbadman
Yeah, the higher the elevation, the thinner the breathable air. I've lived around 4500-6000ft since I moved here when I was a 4yo. I was actually born with asthma, and living in an area with thin air which is harder to breathe actually strengthened my lungs to the point where I've completely grown out of it.

It's beautiful here too. We've gotten a few feet of snow so far this year.

Edit: ironic that Husa ninjad me as I wrote that lmao. I don't care about the points anymore so oh well.
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Huh, so going up to mountains to train like in Kung Fu films does makes sense. Seriously though, I'm glad you've grown out of it, it sounds painful.
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tad01123 wrote:

Huh, so going up to mountains to train like in Kung Fu films does makes sense. Seriously though, I'm glad you've grown out of it, it sounds painful.
Eh, it wasn't severe asthma. I didn't have to carry an inhaler at all times. I was just short of breath whenever doing physical activities, so it wasn't that bad. That's partially why I was able to grow out of it. Severe asthma would be less affected by elevation changes.
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Westonini wrote:

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There's someone in my precalc class named Weston.
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back from school.

so i've been working on a comic lately.

i'm not sure how i'll manage to post it, but if i can find a way, i'll try.

i've never really liked phones, but not having the laptop is giving me some quality time with it to learn how the phone works. and I need to do my best to take care of it, with the laptop's fate in mind as a precaution.

so yeah! look forward to me posting comic pages here or wherever else i can post 'em. i'm excited to show them, and i've got two pages done already.

each page has taken about 3 to 4 days on average to finish so it'll be pretty slow, but eh. i enjoy it -w-

it gives me something to do so i don't have to focus on how i've done little else of importance.
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Nice, Achro! It's really cool that you're drawing. Can't wait to see how it turned out.
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I cant osu anymore rip
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Penguin wrote:

There's someone in my precalc class named Weston.
I've only ever met a Weston online. They actually started talking to me initially because my name even back then was Westonini. Besides that I've only seen people have it as their last name, which is apparently more common than having it as a first name. I'm not sure how other people see the name, but since I've had that as my first name all my life it just seems really weird to me for it to be a last name.
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Finally home from school.

johnmedina999 wrote:

Nice, Achro! It's really cool that you're drawing. Can't wait to see how it turned out.
I agree!

Westonini wrote:

Penguin wrote:

There's someone in my precalc class named Weston.
I've only ever met a Weston online. They actually started talking to me initially because my name even back then was Westonini. Besides that I've only seen people have it as their last name, which is apparently more common than having it as a first name. I'm not sure how other people see the name, but since I've had that as my first name all my life it just seems really weird to me for it to be a last name.
I've only ever seen it as a last name til you and the guy in my class. It's a really cool name imo
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Penguin wrote:

tad01123 wrote:

Ok, that does sounds dangerous. I'm glad that guy you mentioned wasn't severely injured.
But living on a mountain does sounds interesting, is it hard to breathe the higher you go up?

Edit: got ninja'd as I was writing this. Feelsbadman
Yeah, the higher the elevation, the thinner the breathable air. I've lived around 4500-6000ft since I moved here when I was a 4yo. I was actually born with asthma, and living in an area with thin air which is harder to breathe actually strengthened my lungs to the point where I've completely grown out of it.

It's beautiful here too. We've gotten a few feet of snow so far this year.

Edit: ironic that Husa ninjad me as I wrote that lmao. I don't care about the points anymore so oh well.
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Westonini wrote:

Penguin wrote:

There's someone in my precalc class named Weston.
I've only ever met a Weston online. They actually started talking to me initially because my name even back then was Westonini. Besides that I've only seen people have it as their last name, which is apparently more common than having it as a first name. I'm not sure how other people see the name, but since I've had that as my first name all my life it just seems really weird to me for it to be a last name.
Interesting.

I've met someone with my exact last name, but with a "-Vigil" added to theirs.

I don't know them and have never talked to them, but we both have somewhat similar names. The first and last initials are the same. Both of our names are of Hispanic roots and are ideally pronounced in Spanish. So that's interesting.

Oh and I almost posted, but I would've gotten ninja'd by Penguin. Nice.

Egh. No big deal. Let's try again.

Husa posted too. Another delay.

Here's for a small selection of points.
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I gotchu achro, i wont let nobody get these juicy points
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I had the same last name as this girl in Middle School. She was pretty cute too. We didn't talk to each other tho, and I haven't seen her since culmination.

On a side note, when I was looking up my marathon results last year, there were only 3 other people with my last name.
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johnmedina999 wrote:

I had the same last name as this girl in Middle School. She was pretty cute too. We didn't talk to each other tho, and I haven't seen her since culmination.

On a side note, when I was looking up my marathon results last year, there were only 3 other people with my last name.
I have never met anybody with my last name. The only people that I've seen with my last name are famous mexican soccer players. I'm looking at the list of famous people with my last name and it's 90% soccer players lmao
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