Hi, I’m Stig Severinsen.
I have been called the Ice Guru by Men’s Journal. Some of my other names are the Man Who Doesn’t Breathe and the Human Dolphin.
With four Freediving World Championship titles and multiple Guinness Book World Records to my name, people often fail to describe my chilly feats in words.
Some of my arctic accomplishments…
Became the first person to hold his breath for longer than 20 minutes
Be the first to swim 250 feet under the ice on a single breath of air
Be the only one crazy enough to dive into a freezing lake, wearing only Speedos
And this year, I can add a new Guinness World Record to the list. But this time it is not just about me breaking record. I have set out to break this world record at the start of 2020 to bring the focus on the importance of protecting the oceans from overfishing, plastics and other unnatural destruction. I also want to show that in these trying times, you should never give up chasing your dreams. If I can set a physical world record at the ripe age of 47, I hope it inspires you to pursue what you want and do best.
Longest Dive in the Ocean on a Single Breath: Video, [Validation](https://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/longest-distance-swam-underwater-with-one-breath-(open-water)
[Free eBook and Breath Training Course] (https://www.breatheology.com/free-ebook-covid-19/)
I've just realised that I won't be able to read most of the new books - because I'm not ready to read about people wearing maska, people isolating etc. Not yet, at least. Maybe one day in the future. But I hate this reality and I don't cope with it well. I just hate the thought of reading about it, it's just too fresh.
Of course I have a lot to read. Books published before 2021 or new books set in the past, fantasy/SF etc., that's more than enough. But I would love to just be able to pick up a new thriller or mainstream novel without plunging into the same shit I have to live in.
Edit: wow, I didn't expect so many replies and votes! Thanks everybody, whether you agree with me or not!
Remember NPC daily routines and AI?
Remember the wanted system and corrupt cops?
Remember techies and controllable bots?
Remember vehicle customization?
Remember the subway?
Remember customizable apartments?
Remember elemental weapons?
Remember clothing stats being based on augments and mods?
Remember weapons being heavily upgradeable and customizable instead of looter shooter style drops?
Remember customizable backstories?
Remember bringing people back to your apartment?
Remember life paths having any meaningful differences?
Remember quest decisions having actual impact on the world?
Remember the day and night cycle affecting the game and world?
Remember gorilla arms and nanowires being actually useful?
Remember dynamic weather with acid rain and environmental hazards?
Remember the game primarily being an RPG?
These are all features that were shown in trailers or otherwise mentioned to be part of the game that were cut from the final release. Players didn't randomly make up absurd expectations out of no where, these are the expectations that CDPR themselves set to intentionally build hype.
Tweet >Huge locker room turmoil early in the season: Marcus Smart said he got 12-year aged whiskey in the Secret Santa exchange, but then it got stolen from him and he ended up with a karaoke set.
Context >Robert Williams said the Celtics had a team dinner and Secret Santa gift exchange last night to celebrate New Years.
Update >Brad Stevens said he gave away the gift he received in the Secret Santa exchange. So he ended up with nothing.