Gotta love this message: *** By SovaPlum on Aug 1, 2016 at 12:08 AM Ohai c.u.a! Yus! Underneath the thumbs up-down. Where ye avatars be displayed. Many's the time I've seen meharties have fave me memes without their avatars raising a flag below them thumbs. Been so much rum since I knows not how long the cursed thing be borked! *** Have an image of a Maori tribesman pirate. Okay, that's just too weird.
"Many's the time I've seen meharties have fave me memes without their avatars raising a flag below them thumbs." Are you talking about avatars not being displayed? There are 2-3 issues. (1) Depending on server load, there is a delay between the time a cheezpeep clicks "Favorite" and the time the avatar is shown. (2) The is a glitch where certain number of avatars are hidden. When there is an "overflow," where it says "and 'x #' more, if there's only one ore two they won't show up won't show up. Later, where there's enough so that it displays, the last one is left off. Is that it or did you mean something else?
Oops!!!! When I was moderating in Black Friday I wished you a happy birthday. I SWEAR I saw that as July, not August! (duh) So please to allowz me to edit that comment..."HAPPY (multiple) FPS!!! and it's so nice to be your first happy birthday wish!" I feelz SO stoopy...
Thanks for realizing, I don't want to do a lot of messaging. I don't know how to type and it takes way too long. re arrangements, see message to Emerald63. Thanks Plummy. *** (You wrote: By SovaPlum on Jul 30, 2016 at 2:07 AM Ohai c.u.a! I readed ur last msg and was all Wut? Huh? W . . Oh! I forget sometimes, just how very different teh MeeryCan Medicashunal System is. In NZ if some one is going home that still needs support the hospital notifies the patient's local Distric Health Board (DHB). The patient is met at home by a DHM assessor (usually and RN with additional qualifications) who assesses by three catagories. MEDICAL: does the patient need an District Nurse to come and administer meds, change dressings, monitor the patients condition & situation? PERSONAL CARE: is there a need for a P Caregiver (qualified in the science of moving a person without hurting the patient or the caregiver) to come and bathe, dress and move the patient? HOME CARE: Someone to do housework/run errands? - All paid for by taxes. DETAIL: Most DHBs are short staffed and heavily reliant on families of the patient. If you (e.g. Sylvia) have a family member (e.g. Sylivas son) or friend you are comfortable doing H.C for you the DHBs are pleased to pay this person. ___ I know a bit about this as I was Home Care for an elderly Aunt (post hip op) and Uncle (wheelchair bound, degenerative condition) for a couple of months and got to see this excellent, albeit strained. system up close. I lived in and was taught a bit about safely moving people so Aunt and Uncle weren't stuck in place while we waited for the pros. We were allowed to do it this way as Aunty was a R.N and could instruct and supervise me. Also because the Assessor ADORED my aunty and okayed anything she recommended. ** By SovaPlum on Jul 30, 2016 at 2:11 AM WHOA! Way too long msg! I akshully stopped by to say how pleased I am that Bryan and co. have made satisfactory arrangements! Sheesh. Run-on-and-on much!)