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KittyFit90

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  1. Hi All I'm trying to make myself a custom championship in Dirt Rally 2,0 but I'm having trouble finding the right difficulty level. In the career mode I can do ok on Pro but get thrashed on the skill above that (forget what it is), anyway I'm trying to set my custom championship to a 'Pro' Level of difficulty...does anyone know what the equivalent is? I've tried 70% and it seems a bit easy but 80% seems to high. Also doesn't help that I'm bad on some rally locations and better on others...not consistent. Any help would be appreciated Kitty
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    It is tempting but I really have to get to a more healthy weight...I got 11 kilos to go!
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    Weigh in this morning 61kg! Hopefully I will be under 60 by the end of the week when my wife joins me here. Last night I had fresh crab and salad, today more crab and salad...the diet is so much easier here...the tiny supermarket here, doesn't have any of the naughty things I would normally be eating at home. The only thing I have to be careful of here is the fish and chip shop, so far I've only been once 🙂
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    What was your last purchase

    Nah I took the crab, was delicious too 😄 It is sort of a purchase, I traded the selfie for a crab LOL.
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    What was your last purchase

    I just had a guy offer me $50 if I'd let him sit in the driver's seat of my car and take a selfie HAHA I let him do it for one of the blue crabs he'd just caught, the brute is huge the pincers look like they could sever a finger easily. So tonight I'm having Blue Swimmer Crab fresh yum yum.
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    My back got hurt initially by a kart racing shunt when I was 13 and when I was 14 I fell off a horse while crossing a creek and landed on a submerged rock, I was actually paralyzed from the waist down for several hours after but then regained full feeling but was in excruciating pain. The hospital here said they couldn't perform an injection of steroids/cortisone into my spine for the pain as at the time it wasn't a legal procedure in Australia (is now). We were told by the spine specialist that THE expert in the world was working from a Hospital in Los Angeles and since my family has a bit of cash, my parents decided to fly me there and have it done. It absolutely worked too, if I'd healed normally the pain would've lasted 6-8 months and i would've found walking difficult too, so would've been in a wheelchair for 6 months or so. I was walking normally 2 weeks after the injections and back racing Karts a few months later (much to my mothers horror), today I still have issues with carrying weight, so no lifting boxes or carrying backpacks. I can only hold my great nieces and great nephews while sitting too but its better than being paralyzed which apparently I got very close to. 🙂
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    I was once slept the entire flight across the Pacific from Los Angeles to Sydney, just about 19 hours. I'd just had surgery on my back and was medicated and Dad and I had gone first class so I'd be comfortable so it was kinda like sleeping in a bed really. Was a bit weird though being shaken awake 20 minutes out of Sydney lol.
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    I fell asleep in my beach chair today, I had just finished my last class and I closed my eyes and woke up and it was dark LOL. I musti've been asleep for nearly 5 hours! now I'm all jumpy and twitchy and not able to sleep arghhh...afternoon naps muck me up and make me cranky
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    Nah I'm not sick and don't plan to be. 🙂
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    Hah its a 5 hour drive to get there, they'd send the helicopter over the sea take like 10 minutes. I don't want to do that I was just saying thats what would happen if I did get sick. Theres only 1 hospital in the state that is taking Covid19 patients, remember south aussie is twice the size of France so if anyone gets sick away from the city air ambulance would be the only way!.
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    Very similar bar the part about exercising..and while we can't eat in our restaurants either they are all open and doing a lot of takeaway. My house for example has its back 'fence' (there is no back fence) onto a conservation park so it would be really weird to restrict me access to using it. My wife is having to work still (just about everyone else is home), though shes going to come and join me in about 10 days time as she will go 'inactive' for a week then back to active for a week then active standby then repeat the cycle. Sucks for planning any long holidays together but at least I get to see her occasionally. University is shut down until further notice so I've probably got all semester off (paid leave) thats until about mid June. Atm I see no reason not to stay right where I am for the next 3-4 months, its so nice here...though if I did somehow get Covid19 I'd have to be airlifted to the hospital hmm...
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    Haha mate our lockdown is different, we are supposed to 'not go to the shops, eat out, attend social gatherings or meet more then 1-2 people at a time' on the other hand we have been encouraged 'to exercise as much as possible and enjoy the good weather'. I guess its because of the differences in living conditions here, 95% of aussies live in detached houses (not terraces, let alone apartment blocks or housing estates, those are so rare) with yards back and front so were not on top of each other or even that close (Adelaide has 1.2million people but sprawls larger than London does). Pretty much all I'm doing to conform to that is to stand 1.5 meters from people when I see them, otherwise me being me I'm just going about life normally (I avoid people). I went for a walk down the beach this morning and saw exactly 2 people doing some crab fishing, didn't get within 20metres of either bloke, see the difference? My wife says that back in the city everyone is out and about doing walking/jogging around but not chatting and standing far away from people to talk. Here there are like 100 people within 40km so theres a lot of space to avoid being near anyone but still get out and about. I'm visiting the nearby national park today theres supposedly a heritage (gypsum mining 1880s) trail that takes about 2 hours which I think I will do with my dog, fully expect not to see another soul the whole time 🙂 Hope that clears it up a little, I'm not breaking any rules set in place here, in fact I'm following them to the letter.
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    Haha my aussie lockdown is wonderful, right now I'm eating a sandwich on the deck looking out at the sea. Its warm and sunny and I'm about to have an afternoon beach stroll. I have a class by skype at 4pm then I'll have my evening meal outside I reckon, before a night of netflix.
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    We have real beaches here too, I found very few in the UK that I'd even call a beach! The one here is about 80m wide from dunes to the sea, beautiful white sand that gets all warm in the sun. The house is set just behind the dunes with its own little path through to the sand....
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