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post #8661 of 28613
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Ok guys, you gotta check this out for me. Ok, this may or not be a case mod. I mean it's a mod of my personal case, not my computer case. So, I go to the prosthetist today and get casted, they use fiberglass now instead of plaster. Very neat, clean and it's more exact because the fiberglass sets up much harder, of course. So, it'll be at least 2 weeks before I even have a test socket to try on. In the meantime, he gave me this to think about. I can have any of these patterns laid into the outer layer as a laminate instead of them trying to make a skin tone.

These are the patterns: http://www.fredslegs.com/lamstyles.htm

You have to understand my leg isn't what you normally see on an amputee, mine is a Symes, meaning it's at the ankle. It s*#@'s because it's not as versitile and they can't adapt it as easily, meaning I have a lot more problems and when my weight changes they have to do a total re-build instead of just a new socket.
So this is how my leg looks, you can see how much is normally showing between the sock and the sleeve: Attachment 151589

Mindy and I think the light colored wood would be the best. You know, wooden leg and all! We also like Snake, Digital Camo & Animal print. I personally like Blue Static, but you have to consider that you have to wear clothes to match. Or do you?? The old stuff which is just a pigment changes color within a few months and you end up with a 3 toned socket with mine being so long. So, whatdaya think??

Oh sheesh, guess what? I have another option to make. I mean, I'll get this prosthesis anyway but I can also go in for elective surgery and get my amputation shortened to a BK (below the knee). The benefits are: Better, lighter legs, with feet and ankles that have more movement and hold on better and if I loose or gain weight, they only change a small part instead of the whole thing. One other possible improvement is that it could reduce my pain levels a great deal because I don't have all that plastic pushing in on my leg.
The bad side: It's surgery, it's removal of a bone and a part of the body, any surgery is dangerous but these guys have had a lot of practice since the Iraq war started. The other is that I'll be on crutches or a wheelchair for at least 6 weeks, maybe 3 months before they can do a new prosthesis.

Would you choose to have this kind of surgery knowing that it could drastically change your life?

TIA,
Bri
I personally like the Desert Camo:



As for the surgery... You're right, surgery is surgery. I think if you feel the ends justify the means, then I think you have your answer. With big decisions, I usually logically weigh things for hours, or sometimes, days, but in the end it's all about what I feel inside. Gut feelings.

I couldn't answer your question, because I haven't ever been put into a situation where surgery was an option for me to drastically change my life. The last thing I want to do is give you some artificial answer. I mean, I wear contacts, and maybe lasik eye surgery could change my life.. but IMO that is nowhere near as the same level as your leg.

I don't think my reply is very helpful, but hopefully it counts for something.
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Looking forward to the quiet side or Zen fan install.
Every hardware installation, modification, or alteration I find Zen.

Peace & tranquility are found in satisfying the sickness.

"... oooohmmm.... oooohmmm... "-
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Every hardware installation, modification, or alteration I find Zen.

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i just find frustration lol
i look at something i have made and see every thing wrong with it even if that's just 1% of the sum of the parts
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Originally Posted by clee413 View Post
Upcoming Weekend Project: April 23rd or 24th




Materials:
  • (3) Noctua P-12 120mm
  • (1) Noctua P-14 140mm
PC fan installation placements:
  • (1) Noctua P-12 120mm: Pull H50 radiator
  • (1) Noctua P-12 120mm: Push H50 radiator
  • (1) Noctua P-12 120mm: In-tank at top/front of case (optical drive bay)
  • (1) Noctua P-14 140mm: In-tank at bottom/front of case
Side note:
I wasn't planning on purchasing the rest of my Noctua fans all at once. With the combination of Amazon's 3-pack P-12's + the wife going out of town without me this weekend, I thought this would be a nice soothing project.

Recently I have come across a few members with questions about the Scythe Kama Bay. Since I will be replacing the CM R4 120mm in my Scythe Kama Bay with a P-12, I will be taking pictures along-side my project. Hopefully, this will answer some of questions some may have about the product.

Also, I will try using the SSD/Floppy cage (included with the CM Scout) to mount a 120mm or 140mm fan into the optical drive bays. I'm assuming with this tool (provided by CM) I will be able to take advantage of the tool-less locking mechanism. I believe I suggested this as a viable option (cost free to those who have purchased a CM Scout, retail) to the Scythe Kama Bay. Since I don't like recommending anything I have not used, I will be checking 1 more thing off of the "To do list".

All of the above project details are very simple but fun, none the less!

Anybody else have any Weekend Projects coming up?
@ Clee. I hope so. It's one of those, "if UPS comes on time" projects. I've got parts coming from 2 sources, Sidewinder just sent out my parts today. they're in IN, so maybe they'll be here by Friday & Koolertek's stuff should be here tomorrow. Then I'll be able to seperate my pump and res and re-configure things so I can see the water move.
That's a really good idea about the SSD cage. I'm very interested in the results.
Yeah, I like the Desert Camo too but it looks like it would make putting on the right clothes would be a hard choice but maybe it shouldn't be about the clothes, just the color of the leg. Did you see Cherry Bomb? Not my style, if I'm changing color I'd like Ghost (being discontinued) & Blue Camo & Blue Ribbon, but the blue is too pale in that last one. Ever reply counts, there aren't a bunch of amputees to ask, but you guys are here and know what I'm like.

@ Rockr. I dunno, I guess I really am lucky, I mean I had a rare form of cancer that only 8 others in the U.S. had before me and I beat it (without the harsh chemicals and radiation burns). I also immediately got a rare disorder because of the amputation (reflex sympathetic distrophy, or RSD) where the bone was loosing mass and the only reason they found it was because I was having nightmares of my leg breaking inside my prosthesis and I had to inject an experimental drug into my leg each day then vomit and black out, but, they now use this drug to treat osteoporosis. Then I got diagnosed with the third charm, Severe Narcolepsy (one of the top 10 worst in the U.S.), which took 8 years just to find the right meds to function in life but I did it. I've got Mindy, which is really lucky seeing as I was fired from my job for not being able to keep a schedule, then hired the same day by the state of Nevada, where we met (she's my 4th and final wife BTW). I've got great dogs even though they were poisoned with anti-freeze by a neighbor on Thanksgiving day, when Danny was 1 and Brutus was 3 years old . I've got a lot of great things in life.
So reading that, does that sound like a lot of good luck because everything turned out great, or bad luck because of the things that happened were so horrible in the first place?

@ Enigma, thanks for the link to that mask, we're definitely bring it up to those who are working with her.

@ Striker. Yeah, he's got one guy that he put that on and a lady asked who carved his leg!! We've got 3 votes for the wood grain now.

@ Masta, dude you can only take a chip so far before the electrons leak into each others lanes. I think you found that point on you 5850's but seriously, have you checked on the Video card boards? I do think a 5850 goes to 900/1300 but I also think it was water cooled.
Edited by BriSleep - 4/19/10 at 9:47pm
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i just find frustration lol
i look at something i have made and see every thing wrong with it even if that's just 1% of the sum of the parts
lol, I too am OCD. I understand. But don't you find joy in making even that 1% into flawless?

Side bar:
Everytime I hear the word "flawless" I hear that voice from Motal Kombat, "FLAWLESS VICTORY!"

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@ Clee. I hope so. It's one of those, "if UPS comes on time" projects. I've got parts coming from 2 sources, Sidewinder just sent out my parts today. they're in IN, so maybe they'll be here by Friday & Koolertek's stuff should be here tomorrow. Then I'll be able to seperate my pump and res and re-configure things so I can see the water move.
That's a really good idea about the SSD cage. I'm very interested in the results.
Then I hope that all your parts arrive early, if not on time. It's only Monday, so getting here before the weekend is a possibility. (Don't want to jinx you)
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Upcoming Weekend Project: April 23rd or 24th

Materials:
  • (3) Noctua P-12 120mm
  • (1) Noctua P-14 140mm

PC fan installation placements:
  • (1) Noctua P-12 120mm: Pull H50 radiator
  • (1) Noctua P-12 120mm: Push H50 radiator
  • (1) Noctua P-12 120mm: In-tank at top/front of case (optical drive bay)
  • (1) Noctua P-14 140mm: In-tank at bottom/front of case

Side note:
I wasn't planning on purchasing the rest of my Noctua fans all at once. With the combination of Amazon's 3-pack P-12's + the wife going out of town without me this weekend, I thought this would be a nice soothing project.

Recently I have come across a few members with questions about the Scythe Kama Bay. Since I will be replacing the CM R4 120mm in my Scythe Kama Bay with a P-12, I will be taking pictures along-side my project. Hopefully, this will answer some of questions some may have about the product.

Also, I will try using the SSD/Floppy cage (included with the CM Scout) to mount a 120mm or 140mm fan into the optical drive bays. I'm assuming with this tool (provided by CM) I will be able to take advantage of the tool-less locking mechanism. I believe I suggested this as a viable option (cost free to those who have purchased a CM Scout, retail) to the Scythe Kama Bay. Since I don't like recommending anything I have not used, I will be checking 1 more thing off of the "To do list".

All of the above project details are very simple but fun, none the less!

Anybody else have any Weekend Projects coming up?
Couple things, "in-tank" <-- did you mean intake? Sorry to be a douche, I'm a grammar freak

Second, that 5.25 to 3.5 adapter that came with the Scout can only be used to mount a 140, but if you're getting the Noctua, you must use the 120-140mm adapter in order to get it to stay on.

Otherwise, sounds like a great project, pics when you're done please. Maybe one day I'll go with all Noctua, for now I'll just cheer you on Go Scout!
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i just find frustration lol
i look at something i have made and see every thing wrong with it even if that's just 1% of the sum of the parts
Dude, that's called being Human. Those of us who don't see the things wrong either don't care or are lazy. You have to find happiness in the 99% that you got right. That's Zen.
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lol, I too am OCD. I understand. But don't you find joy in making even that 1% into flawless?

Side bar:
Everytime I hear the word "flawless" I hear that voice from Motal Kombat, "FLAWLESS VICTORY!"



Then I hope that all your parts arrive early, if not on time. It's only Monday, so getting here before the weekend is a possibility. (Don't want to jinx you)
Heh heh, every time I read Mortal Kombat I hear the guy yell Mortal Kombat, then that crazy music starts playing.
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Couple things, "in-tank" <-- did you mean intake? Sorry to be a douche, I'm a grammar freak

Second, that 5.25 to 3.5 adapter that came with the Scout can only be used to mount a 140, but if you're getting the Noctua, you must use the 120-140mm adapter in order to get it to stay on.

Otherwise, sounds like a great project, pics when you're done please. Maybe one day I'll go with all Noctua, for now I'll just cheer you on Go Scout!
LOL I laugh because, yes, I did mean "intank" but I hate seeing the red-wavey-swiggley line under the word (indicating spelling error) so I changed it to "in-tank". OCD strikes again!

Yeah, I observed the 5.25 to 3.5 adapter (thank you for the correct title, BTW) & had a feeling it would only fit a 140mm hole placement. Thanks for the tip though!

FYI, did you see (a few pages back) I posted a 3-pack & 2-pack of the 120mm P-12 (120mm). Just in case you missed it
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Heh heh, every time I read Mortal Kombat I hear the guy yell Mortal Kombat, then that crazy music starts playing.
LOL!

MOORTAAL KOMBAAAT!!!!!!!! *Techno Music that was sort of similar to the Blade soundtrack*

FYI:
If you have a Netflix account, Mortal Kombat the movie was uploaded a few weeks ago. Yes... I watched it again after so many years. Honestly, one of the better (if not best) video game, live action, movies.

YouTube- Mortal Kombat Movie 1 Intro of WIN
Edited by clee413 - 4/19/10 at 10:05pm
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