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#49 - To be fair, ive had people park close to me when i parked in a… 03/04/2016 on Shieeet 0
#48 - How about this? Nice side view of the pointy bits  [+] (12 new replies) 03/04/2016 on Shieeet +16
#107 - kuya (03/04/2016) [-]
As a Physical Therapist student in his Third Year, this is fucking coolio. I know a couple of people who have screws in their backs, and even more who are in braces. My girl has had her scoliosis for three years. C-curve with about 25 - 30 degrees of left sided curving. She had to wear a brace for two years under really loose shirts until she got tired of having a plastic deathtrap strapped to her Torso for most of the day. To cheer her up, I looked up the worst scoliosis jokes ever.

"HEY. I HEARD THIS JOKE ABOUT SCOLIOSIS, ABOUT A WEAK BACK... BUT I DON'T THINK I SHOULD TELL YOU. IT SEEMS OUT OF LINE."

Not to be creepy, but if you had any more pictures of them xrays I'd be stoked to see them... For research.

Wish you the best, and those screws look metal as fuck.
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#130 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Heres my album over eveything I've got! Plus a gore shot of my opened back haha.
imgur.com/a/6h2FY

I had two curves, one was 80 (above) the other was 60 (below). They countered each other out and left my head perfectly aligned over my hips, so I actually never felt anything. But it was progressing approx 2 degrees a year, which at age 40 would give me a 120 degree curve above and an 80 degree curve below, virtually crushing my organs (sorta). It definitely affected m breathing. My surgeon was quite perplexed and ended up having to screw the rods into every vertebra and fusing them, where as normally they only do smaller amount to retain as much flexibility as possible but in my case I had no choice but to infuse like 90% of my spine. I still have to get the very bottom three fused eventually.

As far as jokes go, I love them, as well as jokingly throwing out the handicap card haha. Anytime someone swats me or punches me lightly I start yelling they're beating up a cripple. When i got diagnosed my brother came up to me and pushed down on my shoulders seeing if I was spring loaded. I got a pretty good laugh out of all the jokes truth be told, I don't like taking that stuff 100% serious all the time. Ill be serious when needed to, but the rest of the time, have at it.
#105 - anon (03/04/2016) [-]
What do you say when someone told you to "screw yourself"...?
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#131 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Tell them I have about 50 times over. Also stapled myself at least 100 times. It usually confuses them.
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#132 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
imgur.com/a/6h2FY

Check out the photo of my back being opened up. I look like a piece of chuck meat. Its great!
#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
#47 - I lost about 20 pounds - didnt eat much for two weeks while in…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/04/2016 on Shieeet +1
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#51 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
I meant lighting, but im sure lightning would make you look tan as well.
#46 - Yeah i have a sticker haha, not a temp one either. 03/04/2016 on Shieeet +1
#45 - yup! about 2 inches 03/04/2016 on Shieeet +5
#19 - Thanks man, its all good though. Grew two inches from the proc… 03/04/2016 on Shieeet +21
#18 - Scoliosis, just grew up with it, got a wee bit ***** to say th…  [+] (27 new replies) 03/04/2016 on Shieeet +22
#111 - anon (03/04/2016) [-]
My cousin had that. Didn't actually feel bad for him though. I hope you're recovering well and that you're not him.
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#129 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Mine didn't feel bad either actually, I had a weird case where i had two curves and they countered each other. The pain comes from your head not being aligned with your hips and mine was almost perfect. My issue was more so the fact in 20 years it would progress to a state it would arguably crush my lungs and I already had breathing problems.
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#59 - samsaysbai (03/04/2016) [-]
I know its a dumb question but will you ever be able to bend with out it hurting or is it a permanent thing?
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#128 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Nah man, not dumb, in fact a ton of people have difficulty grasping that concept. I will never bend my spine anywhere between my neck and hips again. I have my vertebrae fused into one essential bone. Imagine trying to bend your forearm, haha, you can't. Also, theres two titanium rods in there that also dont bend.

I was worried it would put me at risk for accidents, but my doctor basically said if i was in a car accident that my spine would be fine, but my neck and hips would be screwed. It puts all the compression and pressure onto two points as opposed to being even distributed through the entire spine. Makes sitting and standing for long periods difficult as well as bending. To give an idea, I can't tie up my shoes anymore because I cant reach.

Not the biggest deal in the world though. It was progressing so bad that by the time I'm 40 it would have been a 120 degree angle up top, virtually crush my lungs. I'd be in a much worse place without the surgery than with it. Surgeries just fix one big life threatening problem while introducing smaller annoying but livable ones.

Hope that makes sense! if you have any other questions im always willing to answer!
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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.
#25 - nigasd (03/04/2016) [-]
That physically pains me just imagining that. Neat scar tho
#48 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
How about this? Nice side view of the pointy bits
#107 - kuya (03/04/2016) [-]
As a Physical Therapist student in his Third Year, this is fucking coolio. I know a couple of people who have screws in their backs, and even more who are in braces. My girl has had her scoliosis for three years. C-curve with about 25 - 30 degrees of left sided curving. She had to wear a brace for two years under really loose shirts until she got tired of having a plastic deathtrap strapped to her Torso for most of the day. To cheer her up, I looked up the worst scoliosis jokes ever.

"HEY. I HEARD THIS JOKE ABOUT SCOLIOSIS, ABOUT A WEAK BACK... BUT I DON'T THINK I SHOULD TELL YOU. IT SEEMS OUT OF LINE."

Not to be creepy, but if you had any more pictures of them xrays I'd be stoked to see them... For research.

Wish you the best, and those screws look metal as fuck.
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#130 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Heres my album over eveything I've got! Plus a gore shot of my opened back haha.
imgur.com/a/6h2FY

I had two curves, one was 80 (above) the other was 60 (below). They countered each other out and left my head perfectly aligned over my hips, so I actually never felt anything. But it was progressing approx 2 degrees a year, which at age 40 would give me a 120 degree curve above and an 80 degree curve below, virtually crushing my organs (sorta). It definitely affected m breathing. My surgeon was quite perplexed and ended up having to screw the rods into every vertebra and fusing them, where as normally they only do smaller amount to retain as much flexibility as possible but in my case I had no choice but to infuse like 90% of my spine. I still have to get the very bottom three fused eventually.

As far as jokes go, I love them, as well as jokingly throwing out the handicap card haha. Anytime someone swats me or punches me lightly I start yelling they're beating up a cripple. When i got diagnosed my brother came up to me and pushed down on my shoulders seeing if I was spring loaded. I got a pretty good laugh out of all the jokes truth be told, I don't like taking that stuff 100% serious all the time. Ill be serious when needed to, but the rest of the time, have at it.
#105 - anon (03/04/2016) [-]
What do you say when someone told you to "screw yourself"...?
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#131 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Tell them I have about 50 times over. Also stapled myself at least 100 times. It usually confuses them.
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#132 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
imgur.com/a/6h2FY

Check out the photo of my back being opened up. I look like a piece of chuck meat. Its great!
#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
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#21 - tutecast (03/04/2016) [-]
Also, you should start a band and call it "Spinal Fusion"
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#67 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
That sounds fucking awesome.

too bad im useless with instruments.
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#20 - tessalata (03/04/2016) [-]
looks like that surgery even made you lose weight, and get a tan!
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#47 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
I lost about 20 pounds - didnt eat much for two weeks while in the hospital. Tanning is lightning, im pasty as fuck. If anything these photos are flattering lol.

Turns out spinal surgery is good for weight loss.
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#51 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
I meant lighting, but im sure lightning would make you look tan as well.
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#35 - cacti (03/04/2016) [-]
I was thinking the exact same thing. We really are brothers.
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#36 - tessalata (03/04/2016) [-]
check out my dank memes, come to y room

#17 - Picture 03/04/2016 on Shieeet +15
#11 - I've had people do this to me. I'm only 22 and a couple people…  [+] (65 new replies) 03/04/2016 on Shieeet +109
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#72 - Exodeus (03/04/2016) [-]
However, it can be commendable to confront someone who looks like they are breaking the law. Although a little better communication than just being flat out offensive, then again having seen some horrific Landwhales use disabled parking spaces...
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#69 - froot (03/04/2016) [-]
We get similar shit with my parents.
Both are stroke victims, my dad has a crushed ankle from a motorbike accident (and uses a cane), and my dad is also going blind.

If I'm out with my mum and Dad's stayed at home, we get so much shit. My mum's a larger lady, which she's fine with, so people assume we've just taken the spot because she's big. Except she has no sense of depth perception and has some residual paralysis from her stroke. I just yell back at people who yell at my mum. I'm an aggressive little froot.
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#133 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Sorry to hear about your parents man, thats awful.

It's hard not to get upset, but I figure it's nothing personal and usually people do that because they have their own shit theyre dealing with and it comes out in weird ways. So I just try calmly explain what the situation is, usually the correction is enough to hopefully think ahead before they do that next time. Can't judge a book by its cover and sometimes people forget that, and it's always good to give them a kind reminder. Its more effective then telling them to fuck off.
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#86 - abesimpson (03/04/2016) [-]
She has no depth precision but she drives?

my dad can't see from one eye but we don't let him drive anymore. HE feels like his man card was taking away and might throw tantrums because he wants to drive
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#114 - froot (03/04/2016) [-]
She can drive fine. I'm learning to drive currently and my dad isn't legally allowed to (not even for the blindness, it's because of multiple strokes. he stopped driving a long time before that though because of the blindness bc he felt uncomfortable driving in the dark especially -- the disease that's causing him to go blind robs people of their night vision first).
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#116 - abesimpson (03/04/2016) [-]
That must really suck for both of your parents. They might have to rely on you in the future for most of the driving because those things don't get much better with age.

My father was very adamant about driving but after a few years I started to notice his driving was worse. And ever since the insurance company (CIGNA) that pays for his disability took pictures of him driving and going to the supermarket, he stopped driving (for most of the time). The fuckers flew a private eye from the States all the way to a small town in Spain just to take shitty pictures as an excuse to revoke his insurance (luckily after a bunch of doctor appointments and legal shit they had to give it back).

If you're parents are on disability i'd recommend them to be careful. The insurance company will find a way to not pay even if it's for a few months.
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#117 - froot (03/04/2016) [-]
That's the motivation for me to get my license. I hate driving, it gives me so much anxiety, but it's a necessary evil for life.

My parents already rely on me a lot though.

And the UK is different about that stuff, I think.
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#118 - abesimpson (03/04/2016) [-]
The anxiety in driving is quite normal in new drivers. After a few years it goes from scary/exciting to tedious, especially when one drives because they have to.

It's a private insurance and they behave exactly the same anywhere. We could use spanish healthcare but my parents can't work so we don't have it (only for foreigners, citizens have healthcare). Plus its not about medical care, they also pay his salary until his 64. If they cut it off, we would be financially dead.

And one advice, be patient with them. It's hard to handle a loved one with a disability after a few years, but you'll pull through.
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#119 - froot (03/04/2016) [-]
Yeah. I'm pretty patient with them - I'm 20 this year but Ive been looking after them since I was about 11 tbh.
#62 - deadmaniii (03/04/2016) [-]
I get where you're coming from, especially since I'm assuming you have the stickers and shit but I feel that it should be a good thing that people are so willing to confront people who don't "look" the part. It shows that we collectively want those spaces to be used for people who need them and that we collectively will get confrontational with someone we perceive as abusing the system.

People should check for stickers first and then get in yo face.
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#65 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
Nothing wrong with confronting, it's how they confront. People don't calmly ask if you have a condition or if something is wrong, they walk up to you on a mission, already decided that nothings wrong with you, on a mission to serve justice of some sort. If someone politely approached me, I'd have no issue and calmly explain it, I've had to do that with some acquaintances actually because they usually give me a questioning look and then I show them, but its that really aggressive stance people take that's really unnecessary.
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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.
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#60 - severepwner (03/04/2016) [-]
You just show the strangers photos of your X-rays?

I imagine you just sit down with them on a near by bench and go through a photo album together.
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#64 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
Haha " and this is the lumbar.."

No, i dont show everyone, just the couple that have gotten "mad" at me for parking in a handicap spot, even though I have the blue sticker.
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#44 - norkasthethird (03/04/2016) [-]
to be fair, they can't see into your spine
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#50 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
While true, the person in the post couldnt see their leg either. If someones got a sticker and is parked in a handicap zone, they obviously have a reason to be. You cant get one just because you want it, so to go up to someone with that attitude is just really uncalled for, especially when youre casting judgement and making assumptions before even understanding the situation.
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#52 - norkasthethird (03/04/2016) [-]
don't you go around putting words in my mouth young man
#53 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
ill put whatever i want in your mouth
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#40 - menown (03/04/2016) [-]
My constant fear of shittily parking is why I park at the far end of any parking lot.
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#49 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
To be fair, ive had people park close to me when i parked in a handicap zone. Theres "someone parked poorly, oops" and "what the fuck are you doing you little nipple suck" kinda parking. The latter is far more annoying.
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#38 - zomaru (03/04/2016) [-]
I fully understand, but you have a handicap hanger and plats right? Because if I see a perfectly healthy looking person park in a handicap space then you can bet you ass i would confront them. If they have good reason then it's by all means fine but if its because they are just fat or lazy they can go fuck themselves, because actual handicap people need them
#80 - anon (03/04/2016) [-]
So you'd confront someone angrily based on your assumptions, then demand personal information about their medical history, when you have absolutely no authority to do this and no power to change anything, meaning you are literally just attempting to emotionally abuse someone into doing what you want even though they might very well be handicapped or at least currently injured enough to necessitate needing a closer spot in order to not do further damage to their body.

And even if they weren't, what gives you the right? Notify someone in the place of business that owns the parking lot if it's that big of a deal, but if you approach someone in a hostile fashion demanding information or being highly confrontational, I wouldn't bat an eye if someone shot you for coming up on them with an attitude. Because that's just poor survival skills there. Sure, they'd be wrong to do it, but that shit happens and if you know it happens and do something that clearly provokes such an occurrence then that's a Darwin Award for you, man.

Confronting people for shit that's not directly harmful or destructive or obviously creating a victim doesn't make you civic-minded, it doesn't make you a hero or a concerned citizen. It makes you an asshole and any time you do that you put your life at risk for the stupidest possible reason. If you want to be a hero, save a little kid from getting stomped out, protect someone who's being mugged, stop a rapist. Don't yell at people in parking lots just because you don't agree with how they get around.
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#46 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
Yeah i have a sticker haha, not a temp one either.
#34 - ninetynineballoons (03/04/2016) [-]
Hey brother.
#54 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
nice rods!
is that an appropriate compliment?
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#112 - ninetynineballoons (03/04/2016) [-]
I think so
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#28 - epicCUBONE (03/04/2016) [-]
did the corrective surgery make you taller?
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#45 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
yup! about 2 inches
#27 - rknight (03/04/2016) [-]
"titty nugget"
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#15 - anon (03/04/2016) [-]
My condolences. That looks terrible. And I absolutely agree that people need to mind their own fucking business.

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#19 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
Thanks man, its all good though. Grew two inches from the procedure haha. Now I can tell people I wasn't overweight but rather I was undertall.
#14 - nigasd (03/04/2016) [-]
If I may ask, what the fuck happened to your spine initially?
#18 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
Scoliosis, just grew up with it, got a wee bit fucky to say the least. Got surgery, basically a full spinal fusion. I can go into more details if desired! I don't mind talking about it, its actually really cool. Got the surgeons to takes photos and everything haha. But the short and sweet version is that I had scoliosis surgery which is spinal fusion, but I was on the more extreme scale as most of my spine had to be fused. Also, those are metal rods, for clarity sake.
#111 - anon (03/04/2016) [-]
My cousin had that. Didn't actually feel bad for him though. I hope you're recovering well and that you're not him.
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#129 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Mine didn't feel bad either actually, I had a weird case where i had two curves and they countered each other. The pain comes from your head not being aligned with your hips and mine was almost perfect. My issue was more so the fact in 20 years it would progress to a state it would arguably crush my lungs and I already had breathing problems.
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#59 - samsaysbai (03/04/2016) [-]
I know its a dumb question but will you ever be able to bend with out it hurting or is it a permanent thing?
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#128 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Nah man, not dumb, in fact a ton of people have difficulty grasping that concept. I will never bend my spine anywhere between my neck and hips again. I have my vertebrae fused into one essential bone. Imagine trying to bend your forearm, haha, you can't. Also, theres two titanium rods in there that also dont bend.

I was worried it would put me at risk for accidents, but my doctor basically said if i was in a car accident that my spine would be fine, but my neck and hips would be screwed. It puts all the compression and pressure onto two points as opposed to being even distributed through the entire spine. Makes sitting and standing for long periods difficult as well as bending. To give an idea, I can't tie up my shoes anymore because I cant reach.

Not the biggest deal in the world though. It was progressing so bad that by the time I'm 40 it would have been a 120 degree angle up top, virtually crush my lungs. I'd be in a much worse place without the surgery than with it. Surgeries just fix one big life threatening problem while introducing smaller annoying but livable ones.

Hope that makes sense! if you have any other questions im always willing to answer!
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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.
#25 - nigasd (03/04/2016) [-]
That physically pains me just imagining that. Neat scar tho
#48 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
How about this? Nice side view of the pointy bits
#107 - kuya (03/04/2016) [-]
As a Physical Therapist student in his Third Year, this is fucking coolio. I know a couple of people who have screws in their backs, and even more who are in braces. My girl has had her scoliosis for three years. C-curve with about 25 - 30 degrees of left sided curving. She had to wear a brace for two years under really loose shirts until she got tired of having a plastic deathtrap strapped to her Torso for most of the day. To cheer her up, I looked up the worst scoliosis jokes ever.

"HEY. I HEARD THIS JOKE ABOUT SCOLIOSIS, ABOUT A WEAK BACK... BUT I DON'T THINK I SHOULD TELL YOU. IT SEEMS OUT OF LINE."

Not to be creepy, but if you had any more pictures of them xrays I'd be stoked to see them... For research.

Wish you the best, and those screws look metal as fuck.
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#130 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Heres my album over eveything I've got! Plus a gore shot of my opened back haha.
imgur.com/a/6h2FY

I had two curves, one was 80 (above) the other was 60 (below). They countered each other out and left my head perfectly aligned over my hips, so I actually never felt anything. But it was progressing approx 2 degrees a year, which at age 40 would give me a 120 degree curve above and an 80 degree curve below, virtually crushing my organs (sorta). It definitely affected m breathing. My surgeon was quite perplexed and ended up having to screw the rods into every vertebra and fusing them, where as normally they only do smaller amount to retain as much flexibility as possible but in my case I had no choice but to infuse like 90% of my spine. I still have to get the very bottom three fused eventually.

As far as jokes go, I love them, as well as jokingly throwing out the handicap card haha. Anytime someone swats me or punches me lightly I start yelling they're beating up a cripple. When i got diagnosed my brother came up to me and pushed down on my shoulders seeing if I was spring loaded. I got a pretty good laugh out of all the jokes truth be told, I don't like taking that stuff 100% serious all the time. Ill be serious when needed to, but the rest of the time, have at it.
#105 - anon (03/04/2016) [-]
What do you say when someone told you to "screw yourself"...?
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#131 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
Tell them I have about 50 times over. Also stapled myself at least 100 times. It usually confuses them.
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#132 - bknob (03/05/2016) [-]
imgur.com/a/6h2FY

Check out the photo of my back being opened up. I look like a piece of chuck meat. Its great!
#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
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#21 - tutecast (03/04/2016) [-]
Also, you should start a band and call it "Spinal Fusion"
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#67 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
That sounds fucking awesome.

too bad im useless with instruments.
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#20 - tessalata (03/04/2016) [-]
looks like that surgery even made you lose weight, and get a tan!
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#47 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
I lost about 20 pounds - didnt eat much for two weeks while in the hospital. Tanning is lightning, im pasty as fuck. If anything these photos are flattering lol.

Turns out spinal surgery is good for weight loss.
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#51 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
I meant lighting, but im sure lightning would make you look tan as well.
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#35 - cacti (03/04/2016) [-]
I was thinking the exact same thing. We really are brothers.
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#36 - tessalata (03/04/2016) [-]
check out my dank memes, come to y room

#16 - anon (03/04/2016) [-]
All the strain from carrying around his 300 pound cock
#17 - bknob (03/04/2016) [-]
#26 - I liked Conan's post as well. 03/03/2016 on Christie and Trump +2