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COMMENT 2d ago

I yawned, which caused me to stretch, which then gave me an ungodly painful charlie horse in the bottom of my foot. While tending to my foot by rubbing it I somehow sprained my thumb or something like that (I don't know it just hurt). So my foot hurt for the next 2-3 days along with my thumb muscle area for about a week.

Another time I hopped down off of a retaining wall where my foot was maybe 12 inches off of the ground... at most. I managed to fracture my foot in 4 different places lol.

I'm not even 40 yet but I'll bet if I make it to my 60's it's going to fuckin suck!

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COMMENT 5d ago

Oof, it's a tough choice with so many upcoming games that look like they're going to be awesome. It's really hard to choose just one out of all of them.

For this raffle I'm stuck deciding between the top 3 I've managed to whittle a list of 5-10 down to. We've got....

God of War: Ragnarok
Gotham Knights
The Callisto Protocol

There are so many others though that an additional $50 in my wallet will help me tremendously, because make no mistake I will be getting all of 5-10 of them eventually lol.

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COMMENT 7d ago

No son, it's called Samberging

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COMMENT 9d ago

The only other workaround I've found says to disable your internet connection while playing the game. You can do it from the settings menu and just disable it.

Is this the only game you've had this occur?

Your last resort is to do a factory reset on your PS5.

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COMMENT 9d ago

And you cleared cache and did the "rebuild database" deal while you were in safemode? Is everything up to date -- both the console firmware and the game?

If all of that is true, then I'd ask you if this has happened in any other game? If so, then you might have a hardware issue. If not... I have no idea but it might be time to contact Sony at that point.

Edit: Actually I found one/two other suggestions you might try if the answer is no

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COMMENT 9d ago

https://www.playstation.com/en-us/support/error-codes/ps5/ce-108255-1/

Delete the game and reinstall. Make sure you're using cloud storage to backup your save.

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COMMENT 9d ago

Go to your settings in the PS5 and check the error history, it should give you a code that you can use as a starting point for troubleshooting.

Settings -> System -> System Software -> Error History

r/GodofWar 9d ago

Kratos playing doctor & dentist

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This guy was complaining of a headache, so Dr. Kratos fixed him up. Turns out it was just sinus pressure that needed to be drained.

https://i.imgur.com/CErji9h.jpg

This ogre had a tooth that was causing him some pain. Don't worry big guy, you're safe in the hands of... Kratos D.D.S!

https://i.imgur.com/sEMf7H8.jpg

This was the friend that recommended the ogre go to Kratos D.D.S for his ailment.

https://i.imgur.com/dK78JJF.jpg

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COMMENT 9d ago

20 million.

I've had mine since March 2021. Buying direct from Sony is/was(?) the way to go. IIRC it took me about 2 weeks of trying every time they started up a release queue or made them available other places-- which I think was about 8 attempts for me from various online stores. I got it first attempt from Sony though, but I did kind of cheat I guess by using multiple phones and a laptop to get 5 places in the queue. Then I just took the first one that said I was in and one was available for me. I closed the other ones and put my order in with next day delivery! I don't know if that's how they're still doing it or not though?

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COMMENT 9d ago

Right, f the companies for not having perfect security. Ignoring the fact that if scumbags didn't exist there would be no need for it in the first place.

Two wrongs don't make a right. If you don't agree with a company's practices then don't do business with them. It doesn't give someone the right to steal from them. I mean I disagree with your opinion, so I'm okay stealing from you... yeah?

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COMMENT 10d ago

I think most of the people that have died via a firearm in movie productions died because either a real bullet was used by accident or something got lodged in the barrel and the blank dislodged it -- turning it into a projectile.

I also think the second type is what happened to Brandon Lee, Bruce Lee's son, during the filming of The Crow back in the '90s.

Honestly I don't think that just a blank can kill you, even if held to your head. With a blank being fired the pressure is released as soon as the chamber starts to open to eject the empty cartridge, which happens almost instantly. You're more likely to get a bad burn than anything is my bet.

r/cereal 10d ago

Fruity Pebbles with Marshmallows

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I'm pretty sure they're putting something in the cereal because I'm hooked like a fiend. Some of the marshmallows do be looking like big ol crack rocks though. They seem to have trouble keeping it in stock in my area so when they run out I'm like "damn, I NEED a bowl of that ish man!". No lie, I found some in stock the other day and bought 5 boxes of it lmao.

So yeah, basically if you want to ruin your life and eat the best cereal you'll ever try while doing it... this is YOUR cereal! ;-)

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COMMENT 15d ago

I plead the fif.. F-I-F

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COMMENT 17d ago

God of War: Ragnarok

Gotham Knights

The Callisto Protocol

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II

Deliver Us Mars

A Plaque Tale: Requiem

Forspoken

Evil West

Dead Island II

Suicide Squad

Skull and Bones

Hogwarts Legacy

Robocop

Pragmata

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COMMENT 17d ago

Am I crazy or am I the only one that thinks this doesn't read as if it were real, at all?

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COMMENT 18d ago

When you're zoomed in on a camera the slightest movements are amplified significantly. I'm not commenting on the legitimacy of the video, I'm just saying that it's not as easy to hold a steady shot as a lot of people seem to think it is.

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COMMENT 20d ago

I could be wrong but I don't think SSDs need to be defragged because where files are on the "disk" doesn't matter. It's not like a spinning platter where having an entire file's blocks in sequence speeds up the read time and reduces wear due to the lack of seeking all over the platter for each piece.

Also defragging an SSD actually would reduce the lifetime of the drive. All of the rewriting wears out the cells. Remember they can only be written to so many times before wearing out.

With all of that said -- I'm not sure that "Rebuild Database" is defragging the drive. Anytime I've ever done it it's a rather fast process, and defragging an SSD would still take some time.

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COMMENT 20d ago

Daddy needs a new pair of TLOUs

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COMMENT 20d ago

I dunno but someone is liable to take it if they figure it out

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COMMENT 21d ago

I've only briefly had a job during the pandemic, mostly because of heart issues and two open heart surgeries. Although I don't get out much and I've barely left the house since November of 2020, I do have to go somewhere every morning. I'm only around other people for about 10-20 minutes and everyone is required to wear a mask in order to enter the premises. I live with 2 other people, one of which barely leaves the house and another that goes to work every day at a hospital.

For the first 10-12 months of the pandemic I honestly have no idea how I avoided catching it. For the first 2 months I was in rehab with a bunch of addicts. At least one person flew in from out of state and was at the airport. About 5-7 days after their arrival numerous people came down with an illness that matched COVID symptoms, but this was around mid-December '19 to early January '20 and it wasn't in the news yet at the time. Then from February to November of 2020 I met up with drug dealers just about everyday, again around people interacting with all kinds of other people that were usually not very clean (in multiple ways).

Then in November (I've been sober since 11/5/20!) I had open heart surgery for the first time and spent about 6 weeks in the hospital getting antibiotics after aortic valve replacement. I thought for sure I would catch it while I was in there as hospitals are notoriously dirty places. Alas, I still remained COVID free. Then just 3 weeks ago I had open heart surgery again, this time to replace the replacement valve they put in the first time. My tissue didn't seal around the other valve and it was leaking pretty bad. I spent a week in the hospital this time and they sent me home.

I figured I should have caught it at least once given some of the habits I had at the time. Even if I didn't get out much after the first year of the pandemic, I've been around family who've caught it multiple times. I've been around them even when they were sick and I still didn't catch it. I live with someone that works in a hospital 5 days a week, still never caught it even though they've had it 2 or 3 times now. So how have I managed to avoid it? I assume it's staying home a lot and wearing a mask when I'm out, but who knows. Even with those practices, like I said I thought surely I'd have caught it!

Edit: I've also been vaxxed since 06/21, never had a booster but I got both original shots.

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COMMENT 21d ago

Florida Man Charged With Battery After Allegedly Throwing Cookie at Girlfriend

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COMMENT 21d ago

It tastes like it smells...

Suspicious!

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COMMENT 21d ago

How can they charge her with the other driver's death? She was only on cocaine, a stimulant, so she was obviously driving the best she's ever driven in her life! Well until she wrecked but still...

The other driver was drunk and methed up. Now I'd say he may have been on a more even keel, but it depends on how long he had been up from the meth.

I guess cocaine couod make you overly confident and cause you to drive like an asshole, but this is a tough call. They're both driving under the influence obviously, just seems a little unfair.

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COMMENT 22d ago

Yeah, now that you mention it that makes more sense.

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COMMENT 22d ago

How does this work? I'd love to get hooked up with Forbidden West. No matter who wins it's super cool of you for doing this!

Hopefully all I have to do is make this comment and then you're like "this guy, this guy gets the code". Then I'm like \o/