DDC XXII - End of Summer Bash

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  1. FreezinRafiki

    FreezinRafiki Cold enough for ya?

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    Yikes. I hate going to the ER (too many sick people) but at times like that it's unavoidable. Glad he's doing better.

    At least you got rid of a bunch of stuff that you won't have to move! Good luck with the job!

    You got it, Casey.
     
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  3. Captain_Oblivious

    Captain_Oblivious DIS Dad #257

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    Wow...I hope everything's ok now. That has to be scary.

    Good luck, Brent. I hope you do get a change. Sounds like it's needed.

    Will do, Casey. As others have said, it sounds like gestational diabetes, which isn't too big of a deal. My wife went through that as well. Hopefully everything is ok.

    Where to?

    Sorry the peanut butter at work continues. One of these days we'll find employers who sit back every so often and ask, "How can I make my workers' jobs easier?"

    :rotfl2: Ok, sorry, I couldn't get through that with a straight face.
     
  4. BigTikiDaddy

    BigTikiDaddy DIS Dad #574 Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

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    I can garantee if we move, a lot more'll go too. There are 3 closets that need attention. A move'll bring up new logistical nightmares, as I'd get like two weeks notice tops.
    Also this would likely wipe out the August trip, at best postponing it to October. But I also need to realize I may not even get it. Although I have some seniority now, it is open to the whole province.
     
  5. BigTikiDaddy

    BigTikiDaddy DIS Dad #574 Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

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    It's a double-edged sword. Ours is going ALL out to reduce the strain of lifting cases day after day (going to plastic bottles, lighter cases, re-designing things for ergonomics/less bending/lift strain), likely so thet can justify the increased workload when they slash the budgets. :rotfl2:
     
  6. scott2997

    scott2997 DIS Dad #543 Northern Ohio

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    Mornin' guys....I take a day off yesterday and you guys run up 8 pages! :cool1:
     
  7. FreezinRafiki

    FreezinRafiki Cold enough for ya?

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    Yup, just like back in the good old days when we'd burn up and entire thread in a week and a half.
     
  8. RodBelding

    RodBelding <font color=red>DIS Dad #589<br><font color=royalb

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    Morning guys. :coffee:

    Scary stuff, hope he gets better asap.

    Will be praying for your fam Casey. Hope Soon Ae gets better quickly.

    Ahh.. The good old days... :rotfl2:
     
  9. that's nice

    that's nice DIS Dad #330

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    Poor kid. I hope stopping the meds does the trick.

    \What kind of pests are they trying to get rid of? Has Barry been hanging around your building again?


    I think our group of DisDad Doctor's have already diagnosed your wife's problem. Hopefully it is nothing more than that. Sending prayers!
     
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    that's nice DIS Dad #330

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    [​IMG]


    Sorry for the huge picture.

    This is the FCC report.. with letters from Disney

    And some technical info about the bracelet itself....

    Compliance with 47 CFR 15.247(i)
    “Systems operating under the provisions of this section shall be operated in a manner that ensures that the public is not exposed to radio frequency energy levels in excess of the Commission's guidelines. See § 1.1307(b)(1) of this chapter.”
    The EUT is a wrist-worn arm band operating in the 2.4 GHz band. It can be considered a portable transmitter per 47 CFR 2.1093 because it can be used within 20cm of the user’s torso. The antenna is internal to the unit and permanently attached. The antenna is a an inverted F antenna with 0 dBi of gain. The maximum peak conducted output power is 0.687 mW.
    The maximum peak radiated power is 0.687 mW eirp for FCC ID: Q3E-MB-R1G1. The transmit frequency is 2401 to 2476MHz, therefore the EUT does not require routine SAR evaluation because it falls below the low power threshold of 60/f(GHz)mW. Please see this excerpt from KDB 447498 D01 Mobile Portable RF Exposure v04, item 2)(a)(i):
    "a device may be used in portable exposure conditions with no restrictions on host platforms when either the source-based time-averaged output power is <=60/f(GHz)mW or all measured 1-g SAR are <0.4W.kg."
    The applicant’s wireless radio, FCC ID: Q3E-MB-R1G1, is compliant with the requirements of FCC 15.247(i).
     
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    that's nice DIS Dad #330

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    ::yes::
     
  12. theduck619

    theduck619 DIS Dad #188

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    Thanks for posting the specs Tim!

    Go Yankees :thumbsup2
     
  13. Venomhatch

    Venomhatch Cast Member, DisDads #708,

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    Wow these must just be getting out we heard about them but haven't seen them here yet. Maybe something on a trial run. I hear you can get park access, purchases, room access with them everything similar to the Features some cars have where all you have to do is have the key on you and you can open the door or push a button to start the car.
     
  14. mm1971

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    Prayers and best wishes for Soon Ae and the whole family. And a little pixie dust coming your way. pixiedust:
     
  15. mm1971

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    Hey Venom. Any pics of the HM from the parties? My DD would love a flashback since we are not going this year.

    Reminds me, she's 10 now....time to change the signature.
     
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    that's nice DIS Dad #330

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    Here is a picture of a door at CSR that has been fitted with RFID.

    [​IMG]


    Borrowed from the CSR thread... ;)
     
  17. RodBelding

    RodBelding <font color=red>DIS Dad #589<br><font color=royalb

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    We had this at both the WL and BLT a couple weeks ago. Works pretty well, you just hold your card up to it and the door clicks to open.
     
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    that's nice DIS Dad #330

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    That's key after a long day drinking in Epcot.. :rotfl2:
     
  19. Twin Dad

    Twin Dad DIS Dad #704

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    Thankfully this time of year you can just put everything in coolers and put them out on the deck.

    Scary. Hopefully he's feeling better today.

    That's what I'm thinking too. DW had this. Stay on top of it and she'll be fine. Prayers to you.
     
  20. BigTikiDaddy

    BigTikiDaddy DIS Dad #574 Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

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    Ants...Barry only comes by when I'm cooking bacon..
     
  21. Twin Dad

    Twin Dad DIS Dad #704

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    Good morning everyone. :surfweb:

    I don't know if anyone else follows George Takei on FaceBook but today he posted a good one.
    [​IMG]
     
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