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    [–] Casserole pads. RodeTheMidnightTrain 10 points ago in nostalgia

    I feel the same way looking at those. I could have gone the rest of my life and never remembered those things ever existed. But looking at them now brings back lots of memories

    [–] She was class all the way. Passed rainbow bridge. RodeTheMidnightTrain 5 points ago in dogpictures

    Beautiful dog! She looks like she was truly happy and well loved <3 . My sincerest condolences on your loss.

    [–] A month ago, I was harassed by a postal worker... today I got a call RodeTheMidnightTrain 1 points ago in TwoXChromosomes

    As a mail carrier, I'm sorry that this happened to you. Sounds like he's been a problem, and I'm glad they are taking it seriously. That's not okay what he's doing, he's definitely abusing his position and that's disgusting and creepy. It is hard to get fired from the PO, but hopefully he's on his way out the door.

    Good on you for speaking up!

    [–] A month ago, I was harassed by a postal worker... today I got a call RodeTheMidnightTrain 1 points ago in TwoXChromosomes

    If this guy is a problem for you and his manager didn't handle it for you, please don't hesitate to contact either Consumer Affairs, the USPS OIG, or even the Postal Police or your local police.

    [–] Tell me about your worst asshole customer stories RodeTheMidnightTrain 3 points ago in USPS

    I swear some people act like we as carriers are some kind robots who don't need breaks, don't need to eat, and don't need to go to the bathroom at any point during our work day.

    [–] A slight rant for regulars from a sub RodeTheMidnightTrain 6 points ago in USPS

    Thank you for that description. I always assumed cases were all similar starting at bottom left and working right and up. I have never heard of the carousel in reference to casing.

    [–] Monday Moods RodeTheMidnightTrain 1 points ago in USPS

    As I'm sitting in the parking lot counting cars

    [–] nuss procedure recovery RodeTheMidnightTrain 13 points ago in MedicalGore

    I had never heard of this procedure, thank you for enlightening us on that. I sincerely wish you a speedy recovery. Take care of yourself!

    [–] nuss procedure recovery RodeTheMidnightTrain 19 points ago in MedicalGore

    So this procedure also helps increase your lung capacity? Are you breathing better now?

    [–] TIL about Robert Landsberg, a photographer who upon realisation that he is going to die in the Mount St. Helens eruption of 1980 lied down on top of his equipment to preserve the photographs he had taken of the event. RodeTheMidnightTrain 3 points ago in todayilearned

    That's probably about right. It feels like I spent a lot of time in front of the window wondering if I was being told the truth about that NOT being snow outside. I was determined to play in it. But yeah I'd say it was probably a good month before I got to go outside too. That's a long time for kid though.

    [–] TIL about Robert Landsberg, a photographer who upon realisation that he is going to die in the Mount St. Helens eruption of 1980 lied down on top of his equipment to preserve the photographs he had taken of the event. RodeTheMidnightTrain 14 points ago in todayilearned

    I was living in northern Idaho at the time of the eruption and was barely older than you. About 4.5 at the time. It's funny because I remember being excited that it was snowing even though I knew it shouldn't have been snowing at that time. And of course I wanted to go play in it.

    I mostly remember the adults watching the news and then they kept looking out the window and a bunch of serious talk amongst them. In my mind, it felt like I wasn't allowed to leave the house and go outside for a long time. I do remember my Grandpa coming and going with the paper mask on and me wanting to go outside, not understanding why he could but I couldn't.

    [–] DAE sometimes feel like they weren’t born in the right family? Or that they just don’t belong in general? RodeTheMidnightTrain 10 points ago in DoesAnybodyElse

    It was the same for me, I didn't know. My parents weren't rude or anything, they just didn't really teach me etiquette I guess. Even just basic things like speaking to adults when you're in their house. I cringe about it now and I know most kids parent's didn't like me, and I didn't understand at a kid but I get it now.

    Long way to say I empathize with you on this.

    [–] Looking into getting a drop box for packages. Which one is preferable from a mailman perspective? RodeTheMidnightTrain 1 points ago in USPS

    I know I'm a little late to your post, but I've come across a few customers who have ones that are similar to the pic on the bottom right but it doesn't have the lock code on it. It has a sort of double-door that once you close it after depositing package, it drops the package in in a way that it can't be reached from the outside.

    I think they are pretty obvious as to what are they for, but have seen people label them for "package delivery"

    [–] Saw this on my vacation...Just why? RodeTheMidnightTrain 5 points ago in trashy

    Fap or fapping is masturbating. It's says LUV2FAP, meaning "love to fap" or love to masterbate.

    [–] Suddenly nervous about hysterectomy! RodeTheMidnightTrain 3 points ago in Endo

    Well I had a vertical abdominal incision and according to my Dr., it ended up being more complicated than expected. I'd say a good 6 weeks to get to about 90%, of course the first week or two were not easy, have help if you can.

    Don't try to do too much, I kept trying to do more than I should have and that probably slowed my recovery a little. Also, I'm in my 40s and in decent shape so not sure if my age had anything to do with it.

    However, I had a previous exploratory surgery about 10 years ago where I was cut similar to a C section and that recovery was much easier than this last one.

    I'm just glad it's all over. I had known for the last couple years that I should probably go ahead with a hysterectomy. I had gotten to where I was in ridiculous pain and what pushed it over the edge for me was I started feeling really bad, almost flu-like along with some horrendous pain that didn't end when my period ended. Long story short, ended up in the ER, found out I had a large mass sitting on my uterus and it went fast from there.

    I feel 1000% better. I asked for my pathology report and reading that was actually pretty disgusting. It was definitely scary going through that and recovery wasn't fun but I highly recommend it. Wish I had done it sooner.

    Do you have a surgery date?