"Now I'm not only a Mormon cliché; I'm also a puppy." - Claudio
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Question #91568 posted on 08/15/2018 4:18 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I am having ORIF ankle surgery on my fibula in a few weeks. I am curious to know if anyone else who has had this procedure can answer a few questions. First, about how long did the operation take? Were you put in a cast or a boot afterwards? How long was it until you were able to put weight on your leg? Finally, how long was your overall recovery time? Thank you to anyone who can answer this.

-Name

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Dear Name,

Unfortunately, none of the writers have had this surgery. Perhaps one or more of our readers have and they will comment.

However, I did some research and you may want to check out this article. From my research, all of the questions for you have are better suited for your doctor. Good luck!

-Sunday Night Banter


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Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Question #91537 posted on 08/14/2018 10 p.m.
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Dear 100 Hour Board and specifically guppy of doom,

Reading the archives, I was excited to see that you have some Norwegian ancestry! (Board Question #91382)
I've always thought it would be cool to visit Norway, and it would be super cool to watch my eyes turn bright blue (although can you watch your own eyes? Hmmm...). Do you have any other cool thoughts about what could happen if our DNA connected with our motherland?

For the other writers, any cool experiences you think might happen or perhaps have experienced when DNA from ancient forefathers connects with the old country for the first time?

-The Norseman

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Dear you,

Also have Norwegian ancestry (which is super clear from my maiden name, I wish I could tell it without totally destroying my anonymity but it's super unique). Pretty sure that I get the powers of Thor.

~Anne, Certainly (probably also the powers of pasta, or something, from the Italian, and, like really good social commentary period dramas from the British Isles parts)

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Dear Norseman,

Besides a burning desire to start pillaging nearby villages, I don't think I'll change that much.

-guppy of doom


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Question #91561 posted on 08/14/2018 6:48 p.m.
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Dear 100 Hour Board,

Should I apply to be a writer for the 100 Hour Board, despite a lack of sufficient reasons to do so? I’m an incoming freshman, and will be leaving on a mission after either first or second semester. I want to apply for writership at some point in my college years, and I’m thinking I should not apply until sophomore year on account of previous Board answers about the same thing.

Should I send in an application just for the heck of it and wait until later to send in a serious application?

-That One Reader Who Doesn’t Read The 100 Hour Board Often Enough To Justify An Application For Writership, or TORWDRT1HBOETJAAFW.

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Dear TORWDRT1HBOETJAAFW,

I mean, if you think you would completely blow off your responsibilities as a writer and be terrible, maybe not. But then again, if you figure out how to apply, and think you would actually put some effort into it, go for it! At the very worst we would reject your application, but it would have been good experience for you, and you can apply again after your mission.

-The Editors

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Dear person,

Up to you.

-Sheebs

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Dear you,

You can always request an application now, and given the Board's speed on these kinds of things, we'll probably have gotten an application to you and made a decision by the time you get back from your mission.

No promises, though.

~Anathema


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