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#172 - Uh... not sure if you're replying to me or 95. From what I… 08/22/2015 on u fucked up so hard, rip 0
#154 - That definitely makes sense logically but it doesn't adjust th… 08/22/2015 on u fucked up so hard, rip 0
#153 - In Australia at least, you are completely right. The speed… 08/22/2015 on u fucked up so hard, rip +1
#152 - They're like guidelines in America from what I've read. Here i…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/22/2015 on u fucked up so hard, rip 0
#171 - greyhoundfd (08/22/2015) [-]

I've spoken very specifically with a police officer about this when I was taking my driving test. He said that no officer would ever arrest someone for travelling 5 mph higher than the speed limit, as it's generally understood that most drivers can handle that without risking those around them. Additionally, no police officer will ever arrest anyone for speeding if they speed to maintain the traffic flow. E.G., if you are in a line of 10 cars going 70 mph in a 60 mph zone, no one will be arrested.

Additionally, when passing, it is fine to go up to that limit of 5 mph over, meaning that it is fine to pass someone going the exact speed limit, or slightly lower, so long as you know that you have the space.

In other words, #95, you're one of those insufferable cuntbags who ruins everyone else's driving experience simply because you have a stick the size of Tyrone's schlong lodged deeply within your rectum.
#173 - theXsjados (08/22/2015) [-]
Flow of traffic is very important. If you can articulate a fear of traveling too slow due to the fass flow of traffic you can safely speed. If everyone around you is goin 90 in a 70 its generally safe to go 80+ because of the flow of traffic. The flow of traffic doesn't apply to two lane roads, because you ARE the flow of traffic. It only usually only applies to highways with 3 or more lanes.
#172 - holychipmonk (08/22/2015) [-]
Uh... not sure if you're replying to me or 95.
From what I've read, you're right about America but if you decide to come down under expect to being paying a tonne for even 3km/h over. It's ridiculous cause our speed limits are even lower than America's but we're held strictly to them -_-
#193 - Acetaminophen/paracetamol can affect your liver if you take to… 08/06/2015 on How To Adult 0
#63 - Why does it say don't take acetaminophen/paracetamol with ibup…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/05/2015 on How To Adult 0
#70 - juffs (08/05/2015) [-]
It can fuck up your liver and/or kidneys I forget which if you do it too often
#193 - holychipmonk (08/06/2015) [-]
Acetaminophen/paracetamol can affect your liver if you take too much but if you stay in the recommended dosing limits you're fine and could take it your entire life without problem (well, usually at least).
Ibuprofen isn't hepatotoxic but does cause kidney and stomach issues if taken too often.
The combo of meds doesn't actually increase your risk of anything and would reduce how often you take ibuprofen, hence why it's recommended to be taken together.
User avatar #78 - darksideofthebeast (08/05/2015) [-]
probably kidneys too, but yes, liver.
#127 - **** , that's a bitch move by her. Guess better that you… 07/19/2015 on No girlfriend comics 0
#81 - Damn. I'm going through the exact same thing atm. We were …  [+] (3 new replies) 07/19/2015 on No girlfriend comics +1
#114 - captainreed (07/19/2015) [-]
i dated the same girl all through high school and then some. we gave each other our virginities. it was an amazing feeling knowing we were all each other had. we made it through thick and thin together. as we got older though we needed to find out what we were going to do with our lives. early on i was dead set on being in the military (specifically army ranger). but she talked me out of it bc she know i would be gone alot. so i let that dream go. i was going to school for EMT but failed quite literally by a tenth of a point and go so demoralized i got depressed and didnt want to go to school anymore. she helped me through that and gave me hope. but i needed something to do for money so i started working at wendys. one do i get off late and night and she calls me over to her house to break some news to me. shes leaving me. shes going into the navy to be a weapons supervisor and a battleships. she took away my dream of being a ranger and she does that to me? really? i know she was joining the navy but i thought we could make it work but no. she was upset that she wouldnt be with me enough. just like i would have been as a ranger. i gave up my dream for her and she goes and does the same shit she told me not to do. 4 and a half years gone and im working a dead-end job with no passion, no goals, and no drive. i literally dont have the drive to look for a better job or get back into shape. im 19 so i know i have time, but all the time in the world wont help me if i cant figure out what the fuck im gunna do. sorry for the long read, but ive been meaning to get this off my chest and this seemed as good as time as any. thanks FJ. at least i still have you
User avatar #178 - rattygoner (07/20/2015) [-]
follow your dreams dude dont let things keep you down. it may be tough but if you work hard enough you can do it. i may not know you but i really hope your dreams come true.
#127 - holychipmonk (07/19/2015) [-]
Shit, that's a bitch move by her. Guess better that you found out that she's like that now rather than later.
If you're only 19, doesn't that mean you can still go into the army to become a ranger? You'd only be a year or two older at most than the other guys. I'd say go for it, nothing holding you back; you can give it 100%.
#23 - Sounds like you might not be getting enough then for your body… 07/12/2015 on Doing it for the kids +1
#16 - Depends on the issue. Despite your limited sleep, do you feel …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/11/2015 on Doing it for the kids 0
User avatar #21 - corybufkin (07/11/2015) [-]
well thats hard to answer, i always feel kinda tired after sleep. when i drink, i wake up more refreshed than after a sober good nights sleep
#23 - holychipmonk (07/12/2015) [-]
Sounds like you might not be getting enough then for your body. Especially if you require sleeping aids to get to sleep.
Try this - www.sleeplikethedead.com/chronic-insomnia-intro.html
It's sort of like therapy but more targeted to sleeping issues. I'd recommend giving it a try; I used to take 2-3 hours to fall asleep (if I was going to fall asleep at all) even with medications but trying that out for a few months I can finally fall asleep regularly in an hour. With you, you may have gotten your body used to only sleeping 4 hours and so you only allow yourself that much.
May not solve your problem but at the very least it will help wipe out psychological as a possible cause.
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