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Racer (joshua728)
Race Number 29310
Date Tue, 24 Oct 2023 21:28:05 +0000
Speed 214 WPM Try to beat?
Accuracy 99.0%
Rank 1st place (out of 14)
Opponents aelius_qwerty2 (10th place) altrocality (12th place) chaoschild (2nd place) charlieog (8th place) despot (5th place) ebic_gamer (7th place) ginoo75 (6th place) keegant (3rd place) pastashapes (9th place) pbnl2 (4th place) poem (11th place) rektless (13th place)

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I wanted to know what had pushed them over the brink, and why some had broken down as a result of that experience while others had been able to go on with their lives. Most of the men I interviewed had gone to war feeling well prepared, drawn close by the rigors of basic training and the shared danger. They exchanged pictures of their families and girlfriends; they put up with one another's flaws. And they were prepared to risk their lives for their friends. Most of them confided their dark secrets to a buddy, and some went so far as to share each other's shirts and socks.
The Body Keeps the Score (book) by Bessel Van Der Kolk (see stats)

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