Almost correct. The 6th is the birthday of Sinterklaas, Saint Nicholas. The evening before, today, he will gift presents to kids.Had to google this. Its the 6th of December, "Nikolaus", right?
:joy::joy::joy:Old weird guy + kids...?
Yeah, I know, I got the side displays for free. The only downside was their unusual resolution, 1920x1200. You find a lot displays at that resolution, but none bigger then 24", but I didn't want to downgrade my main 27" display.6400x1440, Jesus H Christ!!
Very good news to hear!!! Strange noises in your head can be very annoying and exhausting!!! I'm very glad that you have look at a brighter future :smile:Did I mention? Last year, I was ill very often. Every f*cking time its about my ear. And after months of getting worse and worse I litteraly was at the end of my nerves. But in December I received a phone call from the "Hanover Medical School" that they found something: a tumor, little tiny one, at the acoustic nerve. And this causes the hellish noise and hearing losses. Means: it can be cured! They will remove the corresponding nerve and will implant a so-called "Cochlea Implantation". Hence most hopefully the noise will be gone or at least reduced and I'll be able to hear again on my left side, yay :thumbsup:
Thanks for the warm welcome :D Well, as written before: currently I'm feeling not so well because of this tumor-badass-thing (I always was ill the last two years - thats the reason, why...). But medical operation is about to be scheduled somewhen in spring this year, thus I'm looking forward to be cured soon. :thumbsup:Hey Sam! Welcome back. Happy New Year's my friend. How are you doing?
I'm so happy to hear that they can remove that annoying little tumor. I recall how much grief that little bastard was giving you last year. At one point you seemed pretty despondent about it and the trouble it was causing you. Thank God there is a light at the end of the tunnel for you! Yay for Sam!Thanks for the warm welcome :smile: Well, as written before: currently I'm feeling not so well because of this tumor-badass-thing (I always was ill the last two years - thats the reason, why...). But medical operation is about to be scheduled somewhen in spring this year, thus I'm looking forward to be cured soon. :thumbsup:
How about you, family, your house, job (brother @CrudeSasquatch )...?