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    titanium
  • a light strong grey lustrous corrosion-resistant metallic element used in strong lightweight alloys (as for airplane parts); the main sources are rutile and ilmenite
  • Titanium ( ) is a chemical element with the symbol Ti and atomic number 22. Sometimes called the "space age metal", it has a low density and is a strong, lustrous, corrosion-resistant (including sea water, aqua regia and chlorine) transition metal with a silver color.
  • The chemical element of atomic number 22, a hard silver-gray metal of the transition series, used in strong, light, corrosion-resistant alloys
  • (Say: tie - tayne - ee - um) - An exotic and expensive metal frame material that's super light, lively riding and ultra durable.
    women
  • An adult human female
  • (woman) an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
  • A female worker or employee
  • (woman) a female person who plays a significant role (wife or mistress or girlfriend) in the life of a particular man; "he was faithful to his woman"
  • A wife, girlfriend, or lover
  • (woman) charwoman: a human female employed to do housework; "the char will clean the carpet"; "I have a woman who comes in four hours a day while I write"
    watch
  • Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time
  • Keep under careful or protective observation
  • Secretly follow or spy on
  • a small portable timepiece
  • a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty
  • look attentively; "watch a basketball game"

Temper Tantrums (6-17-09)
Temper Tantrums (6-17-09)
Jaina Lefevre is sitting on the box, reading and humming to herself. Aylin Daviau spotted the small girl and smiled, she tried to appear as friendly as she could which wasnt easy for her either "Komme, your aunt Lilli wishes to see you, it is not far" she said, speaking to her just like she would an adult..she knew no other way really. Jaina Lefevre looks up and grins. "Really? Tauntie does? I was hopin. I misses her." She tucks the book reader in her pocket and jumps down, reaching up to take Aylin's hand. Aylin Daviau takes the hand and winced...unsure how to break the news that the lovely lady helping her had killed Aunt Lilli...by decapitation no less...she nodded instead and began to lead her toward reception "Ja...she has just been a little busy" Jaina Lefevre grins and skips along with Aylin. "I gots a new crypto-graffy (cryptography) book. S'really good. You likes puzzles?" she asks the woman as the door opens. Aylin Daviau blinks and had no idea what the child was talking about..likely some kid speak for something shed never understand, she shook her head...leaning back against the door "Nein, I dont like them and Aunt Lilli is dead....I cut her head off" she said, having to supress a laugh but she did rather well. Jaina Lefevre whirls around and stares at Aylin. "Tha's not funny. Where's Tauntie Lilli?" Aylin Daviau raised a brow then shook her head...just slowly, she didnt smile..in fact there was little to no emotion on her face at all "Downstairs...." she said finally which was partially the truth, Lillis head was still in the fridge...her new body in the making however that wasnt here...far too risky shed left her in the relative safety of leviathan instead. Jaina Lefevre crosses her arms and clenches her jaw. "You're a shithead." she states flatly. "And a liarface. I'm gonna tell Tauntie when I sees her that you is." Shoya Namuya blinks when the little girl is brought in and she looks up at Aylin. She frowns as she watches her and then she asks "... What... What is going on?" And she frowns abit more Aylin Daviau: "She is Dr Ackermans problem..sadly, Dr Ackerman isnt with us at this point...she has been enhanced, a routine checkup is required this is all...perhaps you could begin such for me, the conditioning has obviously contined to work....her strength however will need to be tested" she said, then glanced down at the child "I have been called far worse little one" she said, though she help no apathy for her...it was a job and no more, even if one that had caused her many problems, mainly with the childs real parents....the good Dr Ackerman couldnt have chosen an orphan to adopt of course. Jaina Lefevre curls her fingers to Aylin, that gesture that kids use to get an adult to bend down closer. "I gots a secret.." she whispers... Shoya Namuya frowns a bit and then she sighs. she looks down to the ground before looking back up to the woman and then she asks her "How would I do that...?". She looks towarsd the door that leads downstairs, thne back to Aylin and she waits for her response before saying "I know how to fix things.. But I wouldn't say that I'm good at keeping someone alive..." Aylin Daviau half turned and locked the front door, so only employees who had the access code would be able to enter she then regarded the child again, something of a smirk curling the ends of her lips "I dont like secrets either and as for this task" she said, lifting her eyes to shoya "It is simple, there are small weights in the lab downstairs, varying weights...many of which a child her size should never be able to lift, document the maximum weight she can carry, length of time...stamina, I will be down shortly" Lithia Nightfire eyes the child "There seems to be many.. needy children here..." Jaina Lefevre balls up her right hand into a fist and as Aylin looks to Shoya, Jai aims that fist for the spot near the woman's groin where the plates were thinner in order for the joint to work. "Cut YOUR head off!" Jaina Lefevre doesn't look like a needy child. In fact, she's rather well dressed and clean. Shoya Namuya sighs heavily when Jaina punches at Aylin and then she steps forward. She would move hehr and out for the girl to take and she says "Come on... Punching her isn't goign to do anything...". She smiles at the child, trying to be as friendly as possible and she says "My name is Shoya... What's your name?" adn she smiles more Aylin Daviau blinks and almost seems to freeze right where she stood, th pain wasnt intense no but for a child that size it was enough and she shouldnt ever be that strong..that was rather obvious, a hand moved to her thigh and she held it..eyes narrowing then "Take it away from me" she said, trying hard to keep her composure but she didnt like
Flow Wave Rider4
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Kalahari Nightmare We had our winter family camping trip together at Kalahari again this year January, but I do not know if we will ever go back. For those of you that do not know, Pam had a traumatic experience at Kalahari, being locked in a glass elevator that had no air holes in it. It lowered her down from the upper deck to the lower deck, and by the time I walked down the stairs, I found a good-Samaritan woman trying to get Pam out banging on the door and pressing the buttons. They keep it nice and warm in there and the glass elevator was even hotter, and I was trying everything to get her out to no avail. It took forever to get any help there and then even the supervisor did not know what to do because they never had anyone stuck before. After experimenting and trying everything many times, we finally got the door open, just as the water park manager came up. This person was only interested in getting his defense ready with his people and would not even talk to us about Pam’s care or blood pressure. I walked Pam to his office and then called for the EMT’s to check her out. She seemed to settle down and we went back out in the park, sat down, and watched the grandchildren. I talked to the front desk manager about the water park manager and at least he slipped a nice apology under our door that night. I could still tell Pam was not herself so Friday morning I left the kids there and I drove her home, as she had a migraine from her blood pressure being up. We got home about noon Friday and she slept most of the day, but then about midnight she woke me up in excruciating pain. I tried to get her in a wheelchair, but she was in so much pain I could not move her. I finally convinced her that we needed an ambulance, and fortunately, my nice neighbor had plowed my driveway, and the ambulance was able to load her in through the garage and take her to Wood County hospital. Her right leg where her new knee was replaced was swollen and red hot all the way to her ankle, and super painful to any touch or movement. They were giving her straight morphine and it did not help at all for the first 24-hours. They finally got Pam’s blood pressure down, and her headache has subsided. They are still pouring antibiotics into her to fight any infection, and treating her for a possible blood clot with CT, MRI scans, she is still in pain, and is now a little less miserable than she was. They think she might have even picked up an alleged germ off the floor at Kalahari through a cut on her foot. You have to remember they keep the place hot all the time, with hundreds and hundreds of people walking around bare-footed, it is suspected to be one huge Petri dish, full of bacteria, viruses, and fungi. The photos may look nice, but this is the downside of the whole place. Just remember, you can have a lot of fun at Kalahari, but please take precautions, and protect your feet. And just so I do not have to repeat it, and probably fifty some friends have privately asked, did they comp us for all the anxiety they put us through? I did not even know what comp meant, and I am not the type to pursue litigation, the answer is NO, they did not give us anything for our trouble, and I paid the entire bill. All I wanted was an apology from the nasty man, and I received that. All these post medical problems you face after going to a place like this, is just something you have to live with on your own. All we can do is keep spreading the word until it hits them in the pocketbook. Then at the end of February, Pam had an allergic reaction to all the antibiotics and we had to rush her to Toledo Hospital. She spent two weeks there and during that time they performed another emergency surgery on her, removing her brand new knee joint they had installed just last fall. She is really laid up now, and we do not know when she will get out. That bug attacked the titanium steel in her new knee joint, and they had to chisel it back out and fill it with some kind of medical cement. She is surviving now that they are giving her plenty of analgesics for the pain. Finally, March 6th, 2011, we got to bring Pamela home this week. The recovery hospital unit they were going to send her to, was full, so since we have our little apartment custom designed like a nursing home with all large three-foot doors, single level floors and ramps, they allowed us to bring her home. Since they removed her new knee joint they put in last September 2010, they just have a block spacer installed there now, and she wears a soft cast so she cannot bend it. Our son customized her recliner chair raising it up about four-inches so she could get up, and then she uses her walker to move around. We have nurses come in daily to check and change the dressing, plus we are still giving her strong IV antibiotics daily, and she has her vicodin as an analgesic so she can tolerate the pain. They are thinking that maybe in May they will be able to reinstall her new knee joint. I

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