Yoo hooooo! Mods.......new features?

  1. What are those symbols at the bottom of each post this morning? What does "digging" or "furling" a post mean? I tried to research it but couldn't find anything.
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  3. by   prmenrs
    Tazzi. You're busted, girl. (jk) This started yesterday! You must of been working.

    Brian is "tweaking" his new toy, I mean, he new software.

    Here's the link to the discussion. We don't know what all that means, we're hoping Brian will translate @ some point!


    http://allnurses.com/forums/f8/hey-w...os-189570.html
    Last edit by prmenrs on Nov 14, '06
  4. by   TazziRN
    *hanging head*




    Always the last to know........
  5. by   TazziRN
    AND.......................








    *raspberry*





    Army RULES!!!!!
  6. by   slou!
    I THOUGHT these were new! I wasn't sure though. I was on last night and I thought something looked different but I couldn't tell if I just hadn't noticed them before!
  7. by   TazziRN
    At least you noticed it! I'm not about to admit to that......that water person that I wasn't working yesterday!












    whoops..............................
  8. by   angelcharm
    i thought it appeared because i wasnt logged in.. hehe...
  9. by   prmenrs
    I always think of this old Army guy I met once who complained to me that the Midshipmen couldn't march. I said, "Where the heck are they gonna march to? They don't need to know how to march, they need to know how to SWIM!!!"
  10. by   TazziRN
    Why would one need to know how to swim with that great big steel-gray piece of metal underneath one's feet?
  11. by   Miss Chybil RN
    Quote from prmenrs
    I always think of this old Army guy I met once who complained to me that the Midshipmen couldn't march. I said, "Where the heck are they gonna march to? They don't need to know how to march, they need to know how to SWIM!!!"
    My grandfather was a Chief Petty Officer in WWII. I was in the MCJROTC in high school, then I spent nine years in the Army. When I was in the MCJROTC, he used to call me "leatherneck." I never thought that was very flattering, until I joined the Army and he started calling me "dogface!" My only comeback was to call him a "Big Nothing" Officer. (Why do they call somebody Chief Petty, anyway?)

    Oh well, nothing to do with the thread, but you guys just gave me flashbacks of my grandpa and our Army/Navy wars...
  12. by   prmenrs
    Quote from TazziRN
    Why would one need to know how to swim with that great big steel-gray piece of metal underneath one's feet?

    Well, they sure as heck don't need to know how to march!!

    Dear ol' dad used to say you could always tell a jarhead [Marine], you just can't tell him much.
  13. by   TazziRN
    Quote from prmenrs
    Well, they sure as heck don't need to know how to march!!
    Yeah they do, 'cause them navy boys look so puuuuurty in a parade.




    Army boys, on the other hand........they look sharp!
  14. by   prmenrs
    Until someone comes along w/a cannon and blows the creases offa them.

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