Discussion in 'Masculinity and Lifestyle' started by Winbot, Mar 28, 2017.
Currently in the sun I think it makes me so angry that cancer cells die
Air conditioning master race
I want to go outside and lie in the sun all day like it's my job sometimes.
Take your work outside. Surgery in the park, can't go wrong!
It's all fun and games until a squirrel ends up in someone's chest cavity
Especially considering Rockman is a foot surgeon.
Food, chest, it's all the same body, right? Don't see why he couldn't perform a triple bypass in the park with all his woodland creature buddies cheering him with a song and dance routine. It'll be like a Disney movie!
Earlier this spring I got out in the sun, lotioning with nothing but olive oil, for about an hour at a time. Now I can go 20 minutes - half an hour shirtless in the sun with no sun protection of any kind and do not burn. Usually it's when I'm biking to the gym.
By the way, the more weird paleo supplements I take, the less easily I sunburn.
Like what are you taking?
Sounds like an oxymoron
A bit true but we're only talking a few SPF difference. If you have med blood and are a "borderline burner" it may just put you into the safe zone. All the omaga fatty acids, vitamin E and antioxidants in those supps means faster healing too.
I hated being in the sun when I lived in Georgia (I was always outside growing up in Minnesota), embraced a full outdoors lifestyle in California and am trying to maintain it in Indiana.
One downfall of my profession is that it is indoors and I'm in artificial light 9-10 hours a day. Basically any time I'm indoors I want to be outdoors.
Fair point but I think most of them are about shoring up the gaps left by nutrient starved modern produce.
Was out in the sun today, almost completely cured my cold. Which I got from the air conditioner.
I never liked AC, but I notice that when I sun daily, the feel of AC air becomes positively hateful.
I fucking sun daily here (Afghan mountains) and the AC is fucking wonderful.
I grew up working tobacco and peanut fields in south east NC in the summer. Coming home to AC was wonderful.
Do you lay out and sunbath in Afghanistan? Something about that thought makes me laugh.
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