Ok, so I have pretty much trained myself to predict my bosses reactions to me whenever I try to interact with her on a friendly manner. She loves to "make fun". Im sick of it! I could literally say "Nice weather we are having." And she would say "What is on your face?!" and make a spectacle out of me. She turns every interaction in front of others into a show.
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1. How to get such memory (best if min. 32GB) that would be suitable to place under my skin? Best, if it would be readable without using any out-bound readers or holders for its use.
2. How to ensure it would be water-proof?
3. What place to select (it can't be off course in public view)? I think that also the issue with be with selecting the place of the procedure (it needs to be covered) & comfortable to don't be felt at all or bother at all - which in rectangle like shape might be a problem.
4. Are there any health consequences (e.g. by physical damage that might be caused in future to penetrate the tissues)?
5. Is this memory destroyed (or it stops to work) if an EMP impuls would be directed on it? This such memory would be vulnerable or not - I was thinking about something like this:
(size is 11x15x1mm - the small piece)? I presume that it could be fried.
6. How does rejection by the body and attacking it by the immune system takes place? Would I have a major inflammation after it? Would be any sort of protection outside needed (made from e.g. x&y material) to ensure the safety.
I attribute the major portion of my loss to about a year as a riveter in an
airplane factory long before hearing protection was required or even
suggested. I also spent more than two years on a twin jet night fighter as
the airborne intercept/radar operator with the constant whining of the engines
in the cockpit. Firearms and artillery, rockets, and mortars during line
duty in Korea also contributed to my loss.
Shortly after my Marine Corps service at about age 25 I could no longer hear
well enough in my left ear to use the telephone on that side (I'm left handed so
it was a significant loss) and switched to my right ear. In the past 30
years in particular my hearing has taken a nose dive. I rarely use my
hearing aids which don't help a lot anyway and also use headphone connections to
both my stereo and TV.
I'm concerned about a job that I loved before I submitted an internal transfer request for a different, higher level position. My direct supervisor says he highly recommended me to the hiring manager and told me I have a pretty good chance, especially since my previous two jobs proved my experience in training on the job, which is what the job is for.
Then I heard a couple different instances of the hiring manager going out and recruiting people to submit applications for this position. WHY not choose from those who actually WANT to do this and submitted for the position on their own accord?
The job requires is essentially a training job and requires that you train new hires on an individual basis, on the job.
One of the men approached didn't even want to submit an app for the position but did anyway because the manager asked him to. He doesn't like helping those on his own team! I know this because I am on a team with him and he intentionally avoids our question thread because he's entirely uninterested in helping others, whereas I go out of my way to try and answer every question I can, pay special attention to newbies on my team, and even sacrifice some of my time and break time to help them.
Another person approached by the manager, and this one REALLY upsets me, was practically bribed. This guy didn't want to apply for the position and the manager asked what it would take. He said, "my brother would like a morning schedule" which are coveted schedules. I had to work my ARSE off to get MY morning position during a shift bid, as they are distributed by performance. So this guy is going to get something that others have to work really hard for, just so his brother can apply for a position that he doesn't even want.
This all makes me want to UN-submit my transfer request because the hiring manager obviously just wants to pick and choose people who don't even want the position, don't even like helping others, let alone training others. So what the heck? Unfairness at work isa HUGE motivation killer and my motivation at work is officially shot.