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I'm taking Diane in for her surgical follow up.

Take care!


Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm taking Diane in for her surgical follow up.

Take care!

best wishes!!

and put some cloth on before you go


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aeglos wrote:

we just came back from info evening at birth clinic, we where a bit early, most women where 6. ot 7. month

I got a brochure "Becoming a Father - I'm In ! "
we got a ton of paperwork forms for registration at clininc and baby registration and took a look at the labor room.

next step is finding a midwife for preperation seminars and mandatory after birth coaching

Midwives tend to be associated with home birth here. Is home birthing legal in Germany?

it is legal but unusual,

there are midwives working in the clinics together with doctors and midwives do seminars, involution workouts and mandatory visist at home (I think 3 visit over the first 2 month) and give a helping hand and open ear to all the problems and questions of the new parents


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Oladon wrote:
aeglos wrote:

we just came back from info evening at birth clinic, we where a bit early, most women where 6. ot 7. month

I got a brochure "Becoming a Father - I'm In ! "
we got a ton of paperwork forms for registration at clininc and baby registration and took a look at the labor room.

next step is finding a midwife for preperation seminars and mandatory after birth coaching

That sounds really complicated.

it is! we are Germans

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It may be complicated, but by God there will be a clear and well defined process!!!


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Oladon wrote:

Wow, Kajehase... you guys pay nearly 57% in income tax?!

That's like... third only to Denmark and Chad.

Only if you're in the high-income bracket. I only pay 30%.


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Jess Door wrote:
It may be complicated, but by God there will be a clear and well defined process!!!

Und ze baby vill pop out at ze estimated date!


Kajehase wrote:
Oladon wrote:

Wow, Kajehase... you guys pay nearly 57% in income tax?!

That's like... third only to Denmark and Chad.

Only if you're in the high-income bracket. I only pay 30%.

57% was the marginal tax rate -- I misread. That's still insane, Svenskie. Insane.


Such a lovely, quiet morning since my folks took the little one with them to breakfast.

Meanwhile, looks like we may end the one-shot this week, just due to scheduling conflicts.


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Oladon wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Oladon wrote:

Wow, Kajehase... you guys pay nearly 57% in income tax?!

That's like... third only to Denmark and Chad.

Only if you're in the high-income bracket. I only pay 30%.
57% was the marginal tax rate -- I misread. That's still insane, Svenskie. Insane.

No politics in FAWTL, remember. ;)


Kajehase wrote:
Oladon wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Oladon wrote:

Wow, Kajehase... you guys pay nearly 57% in income tax?!

That's like... third only to Denmark and Chad.

Only if you're in the high-income bracket. I only pay 30%.
57% was the marginal tax rate -- I misread. That's still insane, Svenskie. Insane.
No politics in FAWTL, remember. ;)

Don't worry, I'm not taking it there. But if you like I'll change it to the contextless "You're insane, Svenskie. Insane!"

Does that help? :)


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Sure.

And you're not the first to say so.

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BLARGH.

Copy machine broke while I was using it. The one day I have to use it, it malfunctions. Normally I don't even touch the thing, don't have any reason to, I don't normally work with any documentation that needs to be physically copied (putting stuff into digital format, on the other hand, is the verbatim description of my job - I'm a data entry clerk).

Lesson learned: anything that takes me away from my desk to work is bad.

I knew this already but reinforcement is... well not nice but useful.

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Hello


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Crimson Jester wrote:

Hello

HELLO!!

Shadow Lodge

sup


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orthos did everyone else point at you and go OOOOOOH YOURRRE IN TROUUUBBBBBLLE

Shadow Lodge

Thankfully no, this printer apparently has had similar troubles in the past and all I got was "We're going to have to call the repair guy AGAIN".

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How is everyone today?


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Quote:

GLENN HYSÉN IN TOP FORM.

You understand how important it is that we're a lot of Angels in Malmö. So does Glenn Hysén. Listen to this:

A huge Blue-whites-supporter, and also "front man" in the Angels Eskilstuna, by the name of Fredrik Rosander, was feeling troubled since his parents didn't quite want to reconcile themselves with the notion that Freddie would journey the 500 kilometers one-way to watch IFK Göteborg... again.

Through social media he then asked Glenn Hysén if Glenn couldn't make a call to his old man and simply persuade him that it too was a good idea to go to Malmö. Glenn Hysén picks up the phone and dials the number to Freddie's dad. After a confused start to the dialogue between Freddie's old man and Glenn it stands clear to papa Rosander that it's one of Sweden's greatest football players of all time that he's got at the other end of the call.

"Yea, it was Glenn here. Why can't the boyo go to Malmö and watch the Blue-Whites?! Oh, yes..? He can do it now? Well, okay then. Have it good!"


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Personally I'm in more of a food coma.

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I'm in a work coma, does that count?


I live in Torrance California.


I'm feeling all right. How do you think I'm doing?

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Crimson Jester wrote:
I'm in a work coma, does that count?

me too


Lamontius wrote:

orthos did everyone else point at you and go OOOOOOH YOURRRE IN TROUUUBBBBBLLE

I've worked in places like that.


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Justin Franklin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Had a great time at GenCon. Went out to dinner with both Taig and his daughter, and Tordek and his family. I caught a bunch of Paizo seminars and found out about a bunch of cool stuff that Paizo is working on especially Numeria. I meet Thursty, Mikaze, Wyvern, The Jade, Lou, Kilrex, and more. We went to the Ennies on Friday night, just to check it out. Talked to Wolfgang Baur, Brandon Hodge, Neil Spicer, and of course PMG and SM. Wyvern and I ended up going with Brandon to the PFS Special after so we saw the madness that was that room. Then we headed to Scotty's and ended up following Brandon, Erik Mona, and Mark Moreland into the Paizo after party, which was a bit awkward (like are we supposed to be here?). Adam waved us in and we ended up drinking and chatting with the Paizo guys into the morning.

AWESOME!!!!!

Tell everyone I said "hello".

No really put the air quotes in there. I want them to know it's really me saying hello. Like literally.

Actually when I met Mikaze we were talking about everyone thinking he was a woman, and he mentioned you not being a drow, and I said "nope he is a black man, mostly seen with panties on his head". ;)

FAWSOME!


Subbed for elementary Spanish today.

I do believe I will try to not repeat this experience.


ESO SI QUE ES


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*shudders* Getting pulled in to sub in woodshop class. Not recommended for people with bad hand-eye coordination. (It's kinda frustrating to be a teacher if you can't actually teach the kids what they're supposed to be learning.)


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"Ms. Scint, how do you say....ceiling in Spanish?"
"Ceiling in Spanish. Now we're just coloring today..."

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Yeaaaah I would be unable to do that for completely unrelated reasons >_<

I have a ... thing with saws. My dad had an accident with one and lost two fingers. I won't get near the things now.


Wait, Mikaze isn't a female?


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Scintillae wrote:

"Ms. Scint, how do you say....ceiling in Spanish?"

"Ceiling in Spanish. Now we're just coloring today..."

HA!


Orthos wrote:

Yeaaaah I would be unable to do that for completely unrelated reasons >_<

I have a ... thing with saws. My dad had an accident with one and lost two fingers. I won't get near the things now.

was he able to reattach?

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Oladon wrote:

Wait, Mikaze isn't a female?

Never has been.

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Thats as far as I know.

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Stranger things have been known to happen.

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Hoe-lah! My llama is Jess. Como your llamas?

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Jess Door wrote:
Hoe-lah! My llama is Jess. Como your llamas?

No, Cama.


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Jess Door wrote:
Hoe-lah! My llama is Jess. Como your llamas?

Why are we combing llamas?

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Orthos wrote:

Yeaaaah I would be unable to do that for completely unrelated reasons >_<

I have a ... thing with saws. My dad had an accident with one and lost two fingers. I won't get near the things now.

was he able to reattach?

No. He almost lost a third but they were able to save that one. He's missing the ring and pinky fingers on his left hand now.

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Can't you tell I'm speaking espan-y'all?


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Oladon wrote:

Wait, Mikaze isn't a female?

nope. Neither am I. I do like naked women dancing with swords, however.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Oladon wrote:

Wait, Mikaze isn't a female?

nope. Neither am I. I do like naked women dancing with swords, however.

Well

who
doesn't?

Shadow Lodge

Nudity and sharp objects are not something I personally care to combine X_x

The Exchange

Then you have not met some of the ladies I have. Yowza


Jess Door wrote:
Hoe-lah! My llama is Jess. Como your llamas?

rotfl!


*trollface*

;)


Crimson Jester wrote:
Then you have not met some of the ladies I have. Yowza

^5

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