Raxalor

Raxalor wrote

Reply to comment by zoom_zip in On taxation without representation by ziq

Yeah, there a few redditors that believe that... I laughed when I found one like a year ago. Even used the same exact phrase lol.

https://raddle.me/f/lobby/115932/anarcho-redditor-anarchy-is-a-system-of-governance

Onion link to the same post: http://c32zjeghcp5tj3kb72pltz56piei66drc63vkhn5yixiyk4cmerrjtid.onion/f/lobby/115932/anarcho-redditor-anarchy-is-a-system-of-governance

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Raxalor wrote

I'm starting a new garden :D

It's going to be a lot of work to make more of the yard usable because it's mostly sand, but it'll be a good project for me this summer. Going to finally experiment with hugelkultur

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Raxalor wrote

I need to drop one of my 'friends'.

I don't have any positive interactions with them anymore. Anytime I bring up something I'm looking forward to, they shit on it. When I say that I am having doubts about something they're sure about, they call me ableist terms. Not to mention that they deep-throat boot regularly, often to the point of defending fascist sympathizers.

I don't want to deal with the shit show of telling them to fuck off (it will cause issues in other social circles) and I know that I can't get away with ghosting them.

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Raxalor wrote

It depends on:

  1. The rate of vitamin D production of you body when you're in the sun
  2. How much time you're in the sun
  3. How much vitamin D your diet is contributing
  4. Your diet when you take the vitamin D (affects how the supplement is processed by your body)
  5. Whether or not you're currently vitamin D deficient

You'd probably be fine taking 100-400 UI daily, because the human body really sucks at absorbing it through supplements. As such, you're unlikely to run into Vitamin D toxicity.

HOWEVER: I'm an IT professional, not a medical one. Get some tests done by a medical professional that can tell you whether or not you actually need it.

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Raxalor wrote

I've got pretty major life changing things happening in the next few months.

All of the changes are positive, yet my brain has decided that panic attacks are clearly the best response to change.

AS a side note, I almost made it two years without a full-blown panic attack. Probably my longest record in the last ~15 years

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Raxalor wrote

Recently realized that I've been burnt out from work for over a year, now. It has been negatively impacting all my relationships.

Being the sole income for the household... i don't know what to do. Feeling way overwhelmed and trapped, every day.

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