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#132 - Check out the photo of my back being opened up. I lo…  [+] (3 replies) 03/05/2016 on Shieeet 0
#134 - iamthepapercut (03/05/2016) [-]
Seriously though that's pretty crazy. Are those things permanent or can they be removed eventually?
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#135 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Permanent, it would be pointless to try remove them because they main thing they're preventing is my spine bending, which is already going to be covered by my now fused spine. Removing it wouldn't accomplish anything except for putting me at risk and needing more surgery. It doesnt hurt anything having them though so it's not big deal; they dot even go off in metal detectors. If you're curious as to why I have them, its because they basically act as an internal cast while the bone fuses/heals, instead of an external body cast which prevents me from moving for 9 months (the time in which it took for it to heal)
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#136 - iamthepapercut (03/05/2016) [-]
That does make more sense
#128 - Nah man, not dumb, in fact a ton of people have difficulty gra…  [+] (2 replies) 03/05/2016 on Shieeet +1
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#137 - samsaysbai (03/05/2016) [-]
Oh okay I see it mustt be difficult and just quick question do you really carry a photo of your spine around just to get angry people to calm down? Also what kinda jobs are you able to work?
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#138 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
It's not a literal photo, its just a photo on my phone. Lots of people ask to see the pictures so I keep them on my phone basically.

And basically any that isn't heavy lifting or puts a lot of pressure on my back. Even running is difficult to give you an idea. I'm a graphic designer, so I'm fine on that front haha. But it's definitely a consideration to take in when applying.
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#65 - Nothing wrong with confronting, it's how they confront. People…  [+] (1 reply) 03/04/2016 on Shieeet +1
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#70 - lastweek (03/04/2016) [-]
The real point he's making is probably about the fact that no one knows that one needs to have proof that one is handicapped and put that on the car in order to be allowed to use the spots (at least in Sweden you have a card, similar to an id, that you put inside the windshield so it can be seen, this also means only the person with the permit can use it without risk). If people knew that things would probably be different.