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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    Been going to the hospital fairly frequently over the last few months (not for myself, before anyone gets worried). Once they had a band playing in the north pavilion lobby. Now in one of the clinic lobbies they have a full orchestra. Not something I ever thought I'd experience in a hospital.
    ...that seems, uh, a liiiiittle extravagant, to say the least. Also maybe the wrong place to try and stuff in an orchestra.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DataNinja View Post
    ...that seems, uh, a liiiiittle extravagant, to say the least. Also maybe the wrong place to try and stuff in an orchestra.
    Could very well be charity on behalf of the orchestra, or someone hired them. Or if the orchestra was a tad youngish, students getting some experience in performing in front of a group in.

    I'm more wondering how they fit everyone into such a space. Was the hospital huge?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    Been going to the hospital fairly frequently over the last few months (not for myself, before anyone gets worried). Once they had a band playing in the north pavilion lobby. Now in one of the clinic lobbies they have a full orchestra. Not something I ever thought I'd experience in a hospital.
    Bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase "getting an op. at the hospital".
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    Gay Pride was great yesterday. I went with my job for the parade. It was very frustrating to wait for a few hours to start marching but it was worth it.
    Wait, do you mean you went with some co-workers friends or do you mean that your job involved going there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Tiefling View Post
    Could very well be charity on behalf of the orchestra, or someone hired them. Or if the orchestra was a tad youngish, students getting some experience in performing in front of a group in.

    I'm more wondering how they fit everyone into such a space. Was the hospital huge?
    That's fair. I do forget that there are charity events and whatnot sometimes. But the question of space is one I had, too. I don't think a hospital is gonna have a dedicated orchestra pit, after all.

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    I was going to make a joke about how unoriginal a name this is for a National Day, but then I remembered we couldn't vcome up with any name for the 14th of July, so joke's on me.
    Hey, I mean, it's entirely unambiguous as to what country it's for... and it rolls off the tongue better than "'Country of Maple Leaves, Syrup, Beavers, Meese and Hockey' Day."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fyraltari View Post
    I was going to make a joke about how unoriginal a name this is for a National Day, but then I remembered we couldn't vcome up with any name for the 14th of July, so joke's on me.
    Wait, the French don't call Bastille Day Bastille Day (or Jour de Bastille)? Why do we have a name for your national day if you don't?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SZbNAhL View Post
    Wait, the French don't call Bastille Day Bastille Day (or Jour de Bastille)? Why do we have a name for your national day if you don't?
    No we don't. In fact there is slight historical debate on wether we are celebrating the 14th of July 1789 (storming of the Bastille) or 1790 (the day of Federation) though pretty much evry non-historian (and most historians) would say 1789.

    I guess you do it to be clear what you are tlaking about and because you can't expect non-French people to give any meaning to "July 14".

    Funnily, nobody remembers September 22nd and the creation of the First Republic.

    Edit: Also "Bastille Day" would be better translated as "Fête de la Bastille" if it was what we called it.
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    Wait, the French don't call Bastille Day Bastille Day (or Jour de Bastille)? Why do we have a name for your national day if you don't?
    Is there anything we don't have a name for?

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    Also Happy Canada Day, I suppose. Quite enjoying my day off~
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    Quote Originally Posted by DataNinja View Post
    ...that seems, uh, a liiiiittle extravagant, to say the least. Also maybe the wrong place to try and stuff in an orchestra.
    You vastly underestimate the Birmingham medical district. The UAB complex is busier (and larger) than most international airports I've been in.
    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Tiefling View Post
    Could very well be charity on behalf of the orchestra, or someone hired them. Or if the orchestra was a tad youngish, students getting some experience in performing in front of a group in.

    I'm more wondering how they fit everyone into such a space. Was the hospital huge?
    "Huge" would be an understatement. I mixed up which building we were going to and parked in the wrong deck, so we had to go through Concourse A to the North Pavilion to Concourse C which led to Kirklin Clinic. I think four skywalks (so at least we got a scenic route), coming in at a third of a mile. I know that because I forgot a folder in the car and had to go back and get it, and when I returned my watch congratulated me on a miles worth of walking in the last half hour. And you'd think I was being over descriptive about my whereabouts but oh, you would be so, so mistaken.

    Birmingham's medical research is top ranked globally, and let me tell you, if you go to any of the UAB facilities or Children's it shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaZodiac View Post
    Moosen! I SAW A FLOCK OF MOOSEN! MANY MUCH MOOSEN, IN THE WOODSEN!

    Also Happy Canada Day, I suppose. Quite enjoying my day off~
    Pfffft. Hadn't heard that one before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    You vastly underestimate the Birmingham medical district. The UAB complex is busier (and larger) than most international airports I've been in.

    "Huge" would be an understatement. I mixed up which building we were going to and parked in the wrong deck, so we had to go through Concourse A to the North Pavilion to Concourse C which led to Kirklin Clinic. I think four skywalks (so at least we got a scenic route), coming in at a third of a mile. I know that because I forgot a folder in the car and had to go back and get it, and when I returned my watch congratulated me on a miles worth of walking in the last half hour. And you'd think I was being over descriptive about my whereabouts but oh, you would be so, so mistaken.

    Birmingham's medical research is top ranked globally, and let me tell you, if you go to any of the UAB facilities or Children's it shows.
    ...geez. That's, uh, whoo boy. I get lost travelling in airports, yeah, so the scale of something that makes those pale is... something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DataNinja View Post
    ...geez. That's, uh, whoo boy. I get lost travelling in airports, yeah, so the scale of something that makes those pale is... something.
    If it makes you feel any better, it's still peanuts compared to the Atlanta airport, which has its own completely internal subway system.

    I may be overselling the complex size a bit, but yeah, if you're used to normal hospitals and go into one of those buildings it can really be overwhelming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    If it makes you feel any better, it's still peanuts compared to the Atlanta airport, which has its own completely internal subway system.
    Oh, I don't feel so bad then. Atlanta is one of the ones I've gotten lost in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fyraltari View Post
    Wait, do you mean you went with some co-workers friends or do you mean that your job involved going there?

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    I was going to make a joke about how unoriginal a name this is for a National Day, but then I remembered we couldn't vcome up with any name for the 14th of July, so joke's on me.
    My job involved of going there. My job supports the LGBT community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fyraltari View Post
    I guess you do it to be clear what you are tlaking about and because you can't expect non-French people to give any meaning to "July 14".
    Probably. Regardless, though, I try to celebrate Bastille Day as often as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    Probably. Regardless, though, I try to celebrate Bastille Day as often as possible.
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    Okay, but why?
    It speaks to me thematically. Plus, I like the French. That's all the explanation you'll get, though.
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    Probably for the same reason people in America celebrate Cinco de Mayo: Excuse for beer and snacks. I'm pretty sure a lot of people who celebrate it don't really know what that day actually is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Tiefling View Post
    Probably for the same reason people in America celebrate Cinco de Mayo: Excuse for beer and snacks. I'm pretty sure a lot of people who celebrate it don't really know what that day actually is.
    Well, if I drank beer, maybe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Tiefling View Post
    Probably for the same reason people in America celebrate Cinco de Mayo: Excuse for beer and snacks. I'm pretty sure a lot of people who celebrate it don't really know what that day actually is.
    Something to do with Mexico?
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    Well, if I drank beer, maybe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Tiefling View Post
    Probably for the same reason people in America celebrate Cinco de Mayo: Excuse for beer and snacks. I'm pretty sure a lot of people who celebrate it don't really know what that day actually is.
    Not to mention St Patrick's Day, Chinese New Year and Oktoberfest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SZbNAhL View Post
    Not to mention St Patrick's Day, Chinese New Year and Oktoberfest.
    I think most Americans are aware of what Chinese New Year is, at least.
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    I noticed that in McDonalds, customers order food by machines instead of old fashioned ordering at the cashiers. Would you like to Super Size that?

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    Yeah, if you don't like that, you probably shouldn't look at doordash or anything similar...I mean, I can order food without being presentable!
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