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4 hours ago, Erifnogard said:

Wait.  Clamato is really a thing?  Like not a joke thing but a thing people voluntarily put in their body?  I'm so confused right now. And vaguely threatened.

 

It's very popular around here for alcoholic mixers.

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7 hours ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

Just heard that my dad is being shipped to the hospital over here for emergency surgery for a perforated bowel. Heading over there now and hoping for the best.

 

I sure hope he will be alright!

Take care!

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14 hours ago, Doug Sundseth said:

But there are many tests, usually with 4 or 5 answers per question, where the wrong answers are the right answer with one thing changed, so you can infer the most likely correct answer by analysis of where the variation tree started.

 

I ran into that almost immediately with the medical coding certification online program I'm working on; EVERY SINGLE ONE of the multiple-choice questions I've encountered are like this and it's driving me BONKERS. I'm having to actively force myself to take the time to actually work out the answer every time even though I can usually spot the right answer after reading over the list a couple of times, and it's been cranking up my "this is super dumb and a waste of my time" meter something fierce. Unfortunately, this 'meter' has an inverse relationship with my brain's inclination to actually pay attention and absorb the information. <_<

 

On the plus side, if the final certification exam is written in the same way, I have little doubt I'll be able to pass it easily. This doesn't make me feel any better about the slog right now, but I'm sure it will be nice when I get to that point.

 

9 minutes ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

Getting some sleep now, will try to visit him tomorrow.

 

Very glad to hear it the surgery went well; hoping his recovery is a smooth and uneventful as possible!

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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1 hour ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

Just got back home from the hospital. Surgery went well, he didn't lose as much blood as they expected. The surgeon had to remove part of his bowel and install a temporary colostomy bag, but it's still possible to rejoin the intestines back together 6-8 months down the road. His vitals had been a bit touch and go immediately after, but he stabilized quickly once they had him in his own bed and hooked up to the IVs. Still hoping for the best, we'll see how it goes. Getting some sleep now, will try to visit him tomorrow.

 

That's good to hear.

Be very careful about that bold part.

Make sure you're informed well.

 

I don't want to scare you, but better be well informed than that this would happen to your dad.

Hope things will go smoothly and well with him.

Spoilered, choose if you want to know or not.

I can understand if it's too much.

 

Spoiler

I lost my mother because there was miscommunication about just such a thing.

One Doctor was convinced that it was temporary while the one that had placed it had clearly stated it to be permanent in his reports.

Since these Doctors were from different Hospitals and the actual removal was tried 2 years later it all went wrong.

They never read that report.

( She initally suffered from COPD and due to getting bedridden she got one of these).

 

It was succesfully removed, she stayed in the Hospital one night to recover and didn't wake up.

The bowel got perforated that night and it was over at the age of 60.

I have never forgiven those Doctors, I still think they should have read and accepted that report.

My mother had a strong will and she wanted the bag gone, trained to get a little more Lung capacity and then they thought it to be possible.

 

Ask!

Ask about the risks and make sure you guys are well informed and know!

Get a Doctor with experience in this field!

 

Sorry to scare you, but I just hope this helps to make the right decision, get the right Doctor, so it won't happen to you.

My apologies if this is too much.

 

 

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5 hours ago, SparrowMarie said:

 

We don't have kids which makes it difficult to meet people our age on top of all that. There are supposedly people who play D&D out here but I sure haven't found them.

 

Local cons and meet up tend to be good ways to hunt down groups as is a note at the local game store.  The problem is finding a group you'll click with.  

 

5 hours ago, Erifnogard said:

has hiccups.

 

throws self off cliff.

Umm, I know it's not polite but the image came to me of a star vampire with hiccups.  I couldn't stop giggling for 10 minutes!

3 hours ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

As you may have surmised by now, we made it home safe and sound.

Right now we are dealing with "Contractor Block" where one contractor doesn't even want to consider starting their work until a previous contractor is completely done with their work.  Unfortunately for us, all the qualified contractors have more work than they can handle so we just have to suffer and smile.  The standard answer currently being used is "30 days" for almost any question dealing with timelines or schedules. 

It's already cost us one price increase in the Modular due to rising material costs, and the brokering company won't guarantee prices for more than 30 days no matter how much extra down payment we give them or how far in advance it is given of when it is actually due.

Such is the life of "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House", at least our well driller hit water on the first go round.

GEM

 

Reasons why i will never build another house from scratch ever again @Green Eyed Monster, next time we are together we can have a drink an swap stories about house construction.  Hopefully yours won't involve sledgehammers!

25 minutes ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

Just got back home from the hospital. Surgery went well, he didn't lose as much blood as they expected. The surgeon had to remove part of his bowel and install a temporary colostomy bag, but it's still possible to rejoin the intestines back together 6-8 months down the road. His vitals had been a bit touch and go immediately after, but he stabilized quickly once they had him in his own bed and hooked up to the IVs. Still hoping for the best, we'll see how it goes. Getting some sleep now, will try to visit him

 

Great news! Here's hoping for a full recovery!

 

5 minutes ago, OneBoot said:

 

I ran into that almost immediately with the medical coding certification online program I'm working on; EVERY SINGLE ONE of the multiple-choice questions I've encountered are like this and it's driving me BONKERS. I'm having to actively force myself to take the time to actually work out the answer every time even though I can usually spot the right answer after reading over the list a couple of times, and it's been cranking up my "this is super dumb and a waste of my time" meter something fierce. Unfortunately, this 'meter' has an inverse relationship with my brain's inclination to actually pay attention and absorb the information. <_<

 

On the plus side, if the final certification exam is written in the same way, I have little doubt I'll be able to pass it easily. This doesn't make me feel any better about the slog right now, but I'm sure it will be nice when I get to that point.

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

I'm probably being nosy but if you're mind is giving you the answer and it's right, why are you slogging through the solution?  The purpose of the test is to prove you know the answer.  If you know it, is there much point in determining it?  Especially if the test is times.  Grab the right answers and use the extra time to work on the problems you don't know. 

 

I apologise for sticking my nose in but it's how I approaches tests for years.  For example:  You cannot pass things like the Engineer in Training exams if you stop to try and figure out every answer.  The exam creators expect you to intuitively know a certain amount.

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5 hours ago, Erifnogard said:

has hiccups.

 

throws self off cliff.

A well thought out and measured response, to be sure.

 

Happy to hear that the surgery went smoothly, @Pezler the Polychromatic! I'll keep my fingers crossed for a good recovery, too.

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8 hours ago, Erifnogard said:

Wait.  Clamato is really a thing?  Like not a joke thing but a thing people voluntarily put in their body?  I'm so confused right now. And vaguely threatened.

To this day I wonder who was the person who took a drink of tomato juice, and said, "You know what this needs?  Clam juice." :zombie:

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12 hours ago, knarthex said:

Considering the comment that @Pezler the Polychromatic made, that might just well be against the Geneva Convention....

Oh, forgot who I was talking to....

 

Hangout open if you are hobbying....

I got as far as cleaning off the tray, then had to walk the girls. 

 

11 hours ago, Kangaroorex said:

 

My comment came out wrong.  I have stupid skills at playing guess the right answer on multiple choice questions.  I passed my high school German final without speaking a word of German at the time (it was a 69 but still a passing grade...) because it was multiple choice but failed my Spanish final that I had been studying 4 years for.   I have actually scored lower on tests where I have stopped to actually take the test rather than game the system.  Standardized test taking has some place in determining interest and aptitude for basics but We, as a society, overuse them to determine skill.  I have no question about your skill and understanding of accountancy principles but the test does not reflect that.  it reflects your ability to remember facts lifted from a book, most of which you will never use again or, if you do, you will look them up and use the results fresh in your mind.

 

OTOH, I should mention that all of this applies to paper based tests.  I need to see the answer pattern.  I cant do nearly so well on a computer based test.  Given my age and current attention span o f a gnat, I could probably earn a zero on a test where I had to actually concentrate on the answers!

 

To me, the best test for this age is the ability to find and utilize information.  You should be tested on your ability to find the right equation and basic information and utilize it to perform the task.  In today's world, you should not need to remember the actual equation or information, you should need to know where to get it reliably.

 

Of course this is my opinion and you have every right to tell me where to stick that opinion ::P:.  I do hope you do well on your next attempt and can get to actually learning and using the skills that have.

 

All computer based. 2 chunks of multiple choice questions, 3 sets of simulations. 

The stimulation parts of the exam are much more in the find the info and apply it, but in chunks, and not the way it really should be.

 

6 hours ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

The thing that has to be understood about the testing @Crowley is studying for is that it is the modern day equivalent of a Medieval Guild, where it is in the Guild Members interest to limit the number of successful applicants.  If necessary, all sorts of arcane and bizarre tests are devised to ensure that only a select few are permitted to pass. 

Crowley has said that the pass rate is designed to be 50% so less than half pass the first go round when you consider that you have a large chunk who are testing for the second, or maybe third, or possibly even fourth time.

In any case, I'm rooting for our Coffee Drinking Haminister!

GEM

 

Yes, this. Exactly this.

 

2 hours ago, OneBoot said:

 

I ran into that almost immediately with the medical coding certification online program I'm working on; EVERY SINGLE ONE of the multiple-choice questions I've encountered are like this and it's driving me BONKERS. I'm having to actively force myself to take the time to actually work out the answer every time even though I can usually spot the right answer after reading over the list a couple of times, and it's been cranking up my "this is super dumb and a waste of my time" meter something fierce. Unfortunately, this 'meter' has an inverse relationship with my brain's inclination to actually pay attention and absorb the information. <_<

 

On the plus side, if the final certification exam is written in the same way, I have little doubt I'll be able to pass it easily. This doesn't make me feel any better about the slog right now, but I'm sure it will be nice when I get to that point.

 

Yup...

 

1 hour ago, Kangaroorex said:

I'm probably being nosy but if you're mind is giving you the answer and it's right, why are you slogging through the solution?  The purpose of the test is to prove you know the answer.  If you know it, is there much point in determining it?  Especially if the test is times.  Grab the right answers and use the extra time to work on the problems you don't know. 

 

I apologise for sticking my nose in but it's how I approaches tests for years.  For example:  You cannot pass things like the Engineer in Training exams if you stop to try and figure out every answer.  The exam creators expect you to intuitively know a certain amount.

Because the questions are tricky, and if you misread one word... And brains aren't as smart as they think they are.

 

Coffee!!!

 

Fingers crossed for a speedy recovery Pez!

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1 minute ago, Crowley said:

And brains aren't as smart as they think they are.

As clearly demonstrated by their insisting on being so tasty to the zombies.

 

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2 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

That's good to hear.

Be very careful about that bold part.

Make sure you're informed well.

 

I don't want to scare you, but better be well informed than that this would happen to your dad.

Hope things will go smoothly and well with him.

Spoilered, choose if you want to know or not.

I can understand if it's too much.

 

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I lost my mother because there was miscommunication about just such a thing.

One Doctor was convinced that it was temporary while the one that had placed it had clearly stated it to be permanent in his reports.

Since these Doctors were from different Hospitals and the actual removal was tried 2 years later it all went wrong.

They never read that report.

( She initally suffered from COPD and due to getting bedridden she got one of these).

 

It was succesfully removed, she stayed in the Hospital one night to recover and didn't wake up.

The bowel got perforated that night and it was over at the age of 60.

I have never forgiven those Doctors, I still think they should have read and accepted that report.

My mother had a strong will and she wanted the bag gone, trained to get a little more Lung capacity and then they thought it to be possible.

 

Ask!

Ask about the risks and make sure you guys are well informed and know!

Get a Doctor with experience in this field!

 

Sorry to scare you, but I just hope this helps to make the right decision, get the right Doctor, so it won't happen to you.

My apologies if this is too much.

 

 

That's terrible @Glitterwolf :down:

 

 

Just to give a more positive example, I had a friend go through this a couple of years ago. Nearly died from the initial  problem, had the bag, had the reattachment surgery which went very well for him.  A few years on he is doing fine.   And as a bonus, his brush with death lead to him and his long term significant other deciding to tie the knot a year later.

 

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36 minutes ago, Jasper_the_2nd said:

To this day I wonder who was the person who took a drink of tomato juice, and said, "You know what this needs?  Clam juice." :zombie:

Yeah, V8, especially the fruit infusions are so much better... 

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Sigh...

 

I sometimes wish places wouldn't give you a tracking number when they send stuff.

This parcel I'm waiting on hasn't had a tracking update in over a week, and despite knowing from experience that it'll probably just randomly turn up at my door in a week or two, it's not stopping me from obsessively checking the tracker every few hours and getting slightly more worried each time by the lack of progress.

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4 minutes ago, aku-chan said:

Sigh...

 

I sometimes wish places wouldn't give you a tracking number when they send stuff.

This parcel I'm waiting on hasn't had a tracking update in over a week, and despite knowing from experience that it'll probably just randomly turn up at my door in a week or two, it's not stopping me from obsessively checking the tracker every few hours and getting slightly more worried each time by the lack of progress.

I'm the same way.  The holidays were brutal with everything slowed down.

I have a package from the UK that took over 3 weeks to get here. Two weeks later the tracking STILL says it's in Montreal.....

I wonder how long before "obsessively watching for tracking updates" becomes an official condition?

 

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58 minutes ago, Jasper_the_2nd said:

To this day I wonder who was the person who took a drink of tomato juice, and said, "You know what this needs?  Clam juice." :zombie:

A barkeep in Innsmouth?

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      1: fire red 
       
      huh.  Whadaya know.  Time to go see what I've got for colors... (To be continued)
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