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Space rock superwoman

18 Oct 2022 18:00 - 19 Oct 2022 04:17 #75734 by slim36
Space rock superwoman was created by slim36
Space rock superwoman Janine demonstrates her strength and vitality as she casually cycles for a few minutes to power up the stadium for the month..  She very lightly taps her bicep to avoid making shockwaves.  The enclosure protects spectators from accidental arcflash or possible shattering of bike parts from the incredible power levels.
 

 

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Last edit: 19 Oct 2022 04:17 by slim36. Reason: Was not aware of negative trigger aspect of "cancer" hope the change is acceptable Thanks for the feedback

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18 Oct 2022 18:30 #75736 by lfan
Replied by lfan on topic Strong cancer survivor
I know this is fictional but can we separate our fantasies from the harsh reality of cancer? I know it wasn't your intent, but this kinda comes off as a cavalier look at cancer -- something that sadly effects millions of people, either directly or indirectly. Most cancer survivors don't need or want the strength and vitality to power a stadium -- they want the strength and vitality to just keep surviving...

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18 Oct 2022 18:57 - 18 Oct 2022 18:58 #75737 by Monty
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I agree.
Last edit: 18 Oct 2022 18:58 by Monty.
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19 Oct 2022 02:01 #75739 by Starfurys483
Replied by Starfurys483 on topic Strong cancer survivor
Everyday was a challenge. It was a grueling miserable challenge to get out of bed and just keep moving. I wear a band on my wrist "never die easy".   For a cancer patient their is one focus, getting to see the next sunrise, and the one after that. I didn't call myself a cancer survivor for 5 long years because of the high reoccurance rate of my form of cancer. It's been 6 years and 8 days since I was first diagnosis, and based on the regiment of treatment I had to get, I have a 75% chance of getting another form of cancer by the time I'm 60.  This sends the wrong message.
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19 Oct 2022 03:22 #75740 by lfan
Replied by lfan on topic Strong cancer survivor
congrats on your inspirational fight.  Keep fighting, Brotha!  One day at a time…

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Everyday was a challenge. It was a grueling miserable challenge to get out of bed and just keep moving. I wear a band on my wrist "never die easy".   For a cancer patient their is one focus, getting to see the next sunrise, and the one after that. I didn't call myself a cancer survivor for 5 long years because of the high reoccurance rate of my form of cancer. It's been 6 years and 8 days since I was first diagnosis, and based on the regiment of treatment I had to get, I have a 75% chance of getting another form of cancer by the time I'm 60.  This sends the wrong message.
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