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    I would replace my frequent insomnia with relaxed, easy sleep every night.
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    12 Feb '16 05:581 edit
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    I would replace my frequent insomnia with relaxed, easy sleep every night.
    If I may ask, what do you try in order to cope with it or combat it?

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    12 Feb '16 06:081 edit
    Originally posted by FMF
    If I may ask, what do you try in order to cope with it or combat it?

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    One thing I try to do is avoid reading long flame-war threads on this website. And I have relaxation/meditation mp3s which I sometimes listen to. A bit of alcohol can help, but not too much. But tiring oneself out with physical exercise during the day is by far the best way.

    Listening to an audiobook by Jon Ronson (and read by the author), i.e. what I'm doing now, is possibly the worst thing I've tried.
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    12 Feb '16 06:09
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    One thing I try to do is avoid reading long flame-war threads on this website..
    I would have thought such threads would cause drowsiness! 🙂
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    12 Feb '16 06:101 edit
    Originally posted by FMF
    I would have thought such threads would cause drowsiness! 🙂
    They cause despondency and irritation, but definitely not drowsiness.
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    12 Feb '16 06:26
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    They cause despondency and irritation, but definitely not drowsiness.
    You feel drawn to them, sucked in, snarled up, with no way out, like a wordless bystander, paralyzed by the scorn, entranced by the horror of flames? That kind of thing? 😉
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    12 Feb '16 06:28
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    Listening to an audiobook by Jon Ronson (and read by the author)
    Why... why would you do that?
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    12 Feb '16 06:381 edit
    Originally posted by Seitse
    Why... why would you do that?
    I must be punishing myself for something ;(
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    12 Feb '16 06:45
    Originally posted by divegeester
    You can change one thing permanently about yourself, what would it be?

    Appearance, character trait, country of residence, job etc...

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    The underwear that I wore on New Year's Eve 1982. 😞
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    12 Feb '16 06:56
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    I would replace my frequent insomnia with relaxed, easy sleep every night.
    You could do this be ensuring your conscience is spotlessly clean.

    Check out this poster for more helpful tips @Grampy-Bobby
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    12 Feb '16 07:08
    Originally posted by divegeester
    You could do this be ensuring your conscience is spotlessly clean.

    Check out this poster for more helpful tips @Grampy-Bobby
    Perhaps moralizing at others is an attempt to deny the stains on one's own conscience.
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    12 Feb '16 07:39
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    Perhaps moralizing at others is an attempt to deny the stains on one's own conscience.
    We are all flawed aren't we.
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    12 Feb '16 11:54
    Originally posted by divegeester
    I went to Biggin Hill for RAF pilot selection when I was 17, but didn't make it as I blew the interview, and probably some of the tests. I could have tried again but was offered my choice of artificer via an NCO route. Meantime I went off the rails.
    Artificer? Is this still a rank in the British Army?
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    05 Apr '16 05:22
    Originally posted by Seitse
    I really, really need 5 inches less. I want to be average and enjoy life.
    It must be uncomfortable to alwys bow to go through doors...
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    05 Apr '16 06:27
    Originally posted by Seitse
    I really, really need 5 inches less. I want to be average and enjoy life.
    Agreed
    It would be nice to fit into a normal sized car, bathtub, bed, clothes.
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