Hey there Ella! I was wondering if you ever got an answer on how job corps handles bedwetting. I sleep in diapers nightly and I really enjoy the comfort/convenience they afford me. I really don’t want to have to explain odors/stains to roommates.
Yeah Medline stinks, you can actually squeeze it and the liquid is squeezed out if it were from a sponge. Job Corps is ok if you have the patience for it, I would use them to get support with entering a real college though, the degrees they hand out to you are laughed at by employers, I hope you do really well there.
ya sorry for not being around but i am certified in arc, mig,tig,flux heli-arc, underwater and all position it helps ALOT to have those papers when applying for a job ive put the project on hold for now my machine shop is having a lot of business so i need to work on that first but when the first batch is done anyone that sends me a box will get a returned box of diapers
what college are you at ?
whats the certs offered ?
do they have machine shop?(if so take it)
what process are being cert in?
also on the diapers ive been doing a sample sizes but i need to determine the average adult small waist size for the diapers i want them to fit like baby diapers so i was thinking 30-32 in dose thar sound right or not ive been racking my brain over this and my other 7 axis contracts for the shop
Yeah, I also underwent blood tests and found out that I have an extra x. I have a brother who has an extra y, which is basically the opposite of what you have, but an extra y supposedly means nothing but height whereas an extra x in females runs the risks of learning disabilities (although I don't think I have any except that I suck at math).
I'm kind of rambling. It's just that I rarely meet someone else with an extra chromosome outside of a Yahoo group that I honestly ignore for the most part because parents of Triple-X daughters post so many ignorant questions.
Ah, sorry about that. As someone who probably identifies with his male body that must be hard. I'm a girl who was born in a boy's body, so I can sorta understand that in a way. But it's been very hard for me, but I live full time as a girl and I'm transitioning into becoming one. Sorry for the confusion on that end.
Depending on the dorm...we now call them residence halls...(we are trying to be hip).
Most of them offer a private bedroom. At least 4 don't. We do have a couple single bedrooms...but getting those are rare and you basically need a legit disability to get one. Not sure about the GED...I am more of a housing person as that is who I work for.