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Personal Journey of Sport and Dip

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The second day

This isn't my first time through this part. It's not nice but after 72 hours it's gone for the most part. Same crap basically as any other quit during this stage. I kinda snap at small stuff and way more aggressive than normal (I'm aggressive as is but this puts me in orbit) I just gotta make sure I'm not jumping all over somebody for basically nothing. As far as fog I never get that part, anger is my withdrawal thing so I just gotta watch out for that.

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How it all started.

The Kodiak bear has followed me since my youth. It started around 1988 while playing high school hockey. It just was the thing to do, plus smoking sucked and killed any endurance you might have had. At that point it wasn't a big deal, yet. It was mostly a can a week and mostly around hockey stuff, but never did it on the ice for obvious reasons. After high school I moved to northern Minnesota where it was dip for days. Now that bear in the can had progressed from one a week to one a day. B

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