That’s sounds awesome.Well, suddenly I’m planning for a trip to Jamaica. A friend/mentor reached out to me because his church is doing some work on/with a school for the deaf there. Their my had a tech team slated to go install 30 PCs and get them on the network. PCs got lost, then held up in customs, and missed the tech team’s availability. Another group is going in early September to do some facilities maintenance, and I’m now the tech team.
Haha wow! That's pretty funny, would have p'd off alot of people but quite a clever lesson. Me looking at it I would have thought the same!An object lesson on appeal to authority.
A French scientist has apologized after tweeting a photo of a slice of chorizo, claiming it was an image of a distant star taken by the James Webb Space Telescope.www.cnn.com
Excellent!!!!!Had an appointment with my orthopedic surgeon, who did the knee. He says everything I am experiences is normal, my flexibility is very good, but the muscles of my thigh, above the replace knee, are atrophied, compared to my other leg. He wants me to exercise it more to get the strenght back. Other than that I have no more restrictions.
Also this diagnosis has me rethinking things as far as my MA training goes….
And with that, I‘m off to exercise the leg
I'd expect materials that don't click and pop....they make those for machinery, why not for joints?!I forgot to add, I asked him about the occasional popping and clicking I get. His response…you have a lot of metal and plastic in there, what did you expect..
Actually, that comment, made me feel a whole lot better