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Weird, almost 6 days since a new post…? :frowning:


Stevo

On Wed, 07 Mar 2012 19:53:01 +0000, Stevo wrote:
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Weird, almost 6 days since a new post…? :-([/color]

There were posts on Monday?

Jim


Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10
Novell Knowledge Partner

Jim Henderson sounds like they ‘said’:
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There were posts on Monday?[/color]

So my response to Jim’s comment is…

Ok, meant to say root posts…


Stevo

On Thu, 08 Mar 2012 00:01:34 +0000, Stevo wrote:
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Jim Henderson sounds like they ‘said’:
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There were posts on Monday?[/color]

So my response to Jim’s comment is…

Ok, meant to say root posts…[/color]

Thhhpt. :slight_smile:

Jim


Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10
Novell Knowledge Partner

Jim Henderson sounds like they ‘said’:
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Thhhpt. :)[/color]

:wink:


Stevo

Have we said all that there was to say? Does someone need to have knee
surgery to get comments going again?

On 3/7/2012 1:53 PM, Stevo wrote:[color=blue]

Weird, almost 6 days since a new post…? :frowning:
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On Mon, 12 Mar 2012 17:14:59 +0000, Mary Wood wrote:
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Have we said all that there was to say? Does someone need to have knee
surgery to get comments going again?

On 3/7/2012 1:53 PM, Stevo wrote:[color=green]

Weird, almost 6 days since a new post…? :frowning:
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Well this is 2012. One of the first signs of the end of time is we run
out of things to say. or so say What’s-His-Face.

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Does someone need to have knee surgery to get comments going again?[/color]

Good heavens, one hopes not. I’ve been busy making crazy quilt blocks,
re-learning how to embroider, and dying fabric. You? : )


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has done since I left.

Bob

On 3/12/2012 1:14 PM, Mary Wood wrote:[color=blue]

Have we said all that there was to say? Does someone need to have knee
surgery to get comments going again?

On 3/7/2012 1:53 PM, Stevo wrote:[color=green]

Weird, almost 6 days since a new post…? :frowning:
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Does a Broken Ankle with two screws count?

Lance

On 12/03/12 17:14, Mary Wood wrote:[color=blue]

Have we said all that there was to say? Does someone need to have knee
surgery to get comments going again?

On 3/7/2012 1:53 PM, Stevo wrote:[color=green]

Weird, almost 6 days since a new post…? :frowning:
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Yes. What in the heck happened? : )


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OUCH!

On 3/15/2012 5:29 PM, Lance Haig wrote:[color=blue]

Does a Broken Ankle with two screws count?

Lance

On 12/03/12 17:14, Mary Wood wrote:[color=green]

Have we said all that there was to say? Does someone need to have knee
surgery to get comments going again?

On 3/7/2012 1:53 PM, Stevo wrote:[color=darkred]

Weird, almost 6 days since a new post…? :frowning:
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On 16/03/2012 04:05, Susan wrote:
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Yes. What in the heck happened? : )[/color]

I’m guessing Lance broke his ankle! :frowning:

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On 16/03/12 04:05, Susan wrote:[color=blue]

Yes. What in the heck happened? : )
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I have a note :slight_smile:

http://www.haigmail.com/2011/09/30/my-interesting-way-to-end-a-week/

It is not quite finished as I have a few more months of it to add but it
gives you an idea :slight_smile:

Lance

Lance:

Well, that was certainly a terrible and wonderful experience, all
rolled into one! Was anything damaged other than the ankle? How is your
ankle doing now? : )


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On 16/03/12 22:16, Susan wrote:[color=blue]

Lance:

Well, that was certainly a terrible and wonderful experience, all
rolled into one! Was anything damaged other than the ankle? How is your
ankle doing now? : )
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The Bike was written off.

I have a few problems with my knees and shoulder but they pale into
insignificance with respect to the ankle stuff.

I have been in constant pain for about 1 Month now and I have just been
told that it is the screws that are causing the pain. I have been to see
a specialist that has suggested that they will be removing the screws to
help with the pain.

I really hope that this will be the last operation I will have to have
for a very long time. Although OraMorph is a great painkiller :slight_smile:

As a side note we have decided to move back to South Africa to be near
family and for me to have a career change IT has lost it’s appeal for
me. Not sure what I will do just yet but it will be something that I
can do outside :slight_smile:

Lance

My goodness, there’s been sufficient excitement in your life lately.
I’m glad that your injuries were no worse. Here’s hoping for much
improvement with the removal of the hardware. Any glimmerings of what
you’ll do that’s not IT? That change and the move back home are bound
to be so happy for you. Best of luck with it all!

On 3/17/2012 3:44 AM, Lance Haig wrote:[color=blue]

On 16/03/12 22:16, Susan wrote:[color=green]

Lance:

Well, that was certainly a terrible and wonderful experience, all
rolled into one! Was anything damaged other than the ankle? How is your
ankle doing now? : )
[/color]

The Bike was written off.

I have a few problems with my knees and shoulder but they pale into
insignificance with respect to the ankle stuff.

I have been in constant pain for about 1 Month now and I have just been
told that it is the screws that are causing the pain. I have been to see
a specialist that has suggested that they will be removing the screws to
help with the pain.

I really hope that this will be the last operation I will have to have
for a very long time. Although OraMorph is a great painkiller :slight_smile:

As a side note we have decided to move back to South Africa to be near
family and for me to have a career change IT has lost it’s appeal for
me. Not sure what I will do just yet but it will be something that I can
do outside :slight_smile:

Lance

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Lance Haig,[color=blue]

As a side note we have decided to move back to South Africa to be near
family and for me to have a career change IT has lost its appeal for
me. Not sure what I will do just yet but it will be something that I can
do outside :-)[/color]

This is my dream. Well, not the ‘moving back to South Africa’ part :slight_smile:
but I no longer take any pleasure in IT work. Being over 50 and living
in a country where health care is employer-provided, I’m kind of screwed
though.

So go live my dream for me. :slight_smile:

On 19/03/12 14:37, Mary Wood wrote:[color=blue]

My goodness, there’s been sufficient excitement in your life lately. I’m
glad that your injuries were no worse. Here’s hoping for much
improvement with the removal of the hardware. Any glimmerings of what
you’ll do that’s not IT? That change and the move back home are bound to
be so happy for you. Best of luck with it all!
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Well I am looking into doing hydroponic vegetables with organic fish
growing off the waste :slight_smile:

so a complete step away.

I will be doing things I love to do such as welding, woodwork, planting
and some others.

I do have a few ideas for web apps that I am going to give a go as well
but they will only be done as I intended Computers to be in the
beginning as a hobby and not a job.

I can’t wait

Lance

On 19/03/12 16:34, Douglas Black wrote:[color=blue]

Lance Haig,[color=green]

As a side note we have decided to move back to South Africa to be near
family and for me to have a career change IT has lost its appeal for
me. Not sure what I will do just yet but it will be something that I can
do outside :-)[/color]

This is my dream. Well, not the ‘moving back to South Africa’ part :slight_smile:
but I no longer take any pleasure in IT work. Being over 50 and living
in a country where health care is employer-provided, I’m kind of screwed
though.

So go live my dream for me. :slight_smile:

[/color]

Well health care is a paid for service in SA but I am hoping to be able
to make it work for me as well :slight_smile:

Lance