What kind of worth reading is this? These aren't even clickable links.
They're clickable now, but anyway:
Highlight > Right-click > Open in new tab
It's not that hard.
Aw. Get well, Patrick! Collarbones aren't that important, right? They're only right next to your... neck... and arms... and... well. Okay. It might be a little important. Eep.
...hope you get all fixed up and feel nice and not broken soon, Mr Klepek, and I also hope if they can't save your collarbone, that they at least install some kind of awesome robot shoulder into you! With a missile launcher! And a torch!
Yer should have had yer copy written up before Thursday ya damn goon! You're getting into a writing cycle similar to me it seems (do shit late). Buck up lad or you're out on your ass. JUST LIKE ME.
Get really better really soon.
Hah, you listen to Cane & Rinse. You should check out the Gaming Cult podcast too, their end of year edition methodology of going through every game, in chronological order, that everyone did or didn't play is
I hope you feel better soon Patrick! I did a similar thing and split open my chin. Though now I have a fairly gnarly scar across my chin which is better than not having one, so, and I mean this as a good thing, I hope you have some gnarly scars too.
Linkdumps are cool and shit, but one of my personal goals in life is to never, ever click on a random youtube link. While it's easy to surmise what the articles you link to are about from their URL, I'll simply skip over stuff like youtube.com/whateverthefucknonsensebbq. It would be nice if a little description was included along with the link i.e. youtube.com/whatisthisidonteven (funny cat video).
@patrickklepek you should really read this that was linked in a response to the article you linked: http://christopherwhitman.net/blog/?p=549
That really sucks. I tore up some muscles, tendons etc in my leg and was out of work for three weeks. I just went back early last week. Still not seeing 100% recovered in the near future which is tough when that job is 40 hours of on your feet lifting and hauling.
Get better and come back soon.
@patrickklepek I will be massively disappointed if you post up the x-ray of your broken collarbone and someone doesn't immediately Photoshop a copy of Brad photobombing it.
With that said, I've broken my collarbone...twice...in the same place both times. Shit hurts like a bitch, man. Get better soon...and pro tip: make sure you put something underneath the collarbone brace they plan on giving you. Those things itch like a muthafucker.
Hey Patrick, good on you for wearing a helmet. Seriously. My fiancee had a terrible bike accident this last summer, and I think the only reason she isn't brain damaged or dead is because of the helmet. I don't give a shit about the scars, I still have her. She's also a very experienced cyclist, finishing the Mountains of Misery 100k ride in the top ten for females. It can happen to anyone. Good on you for making sure Katie still has a husband.
Also I can't actually spot a Skate 3 link in there but the header image reminded me that anyone who loves watching ragdolls do hilarious/bizarre/buggy things needs to watch HelixSnake's and his fellow Skate 3 players' videos.
YESSSSSSSSSSSSSss this is one of my favorite videos of ever.
Get well soon Patrick, but seriously quit giving John Walkers opinions credence, the man is a joke of a writer these days. His rant about David Cage's Keynote is so off base you have to wonder what exactly it was that Cage did to him personally to earn such vehemence.
Use your keyboard!
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