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    24 KB 02/23/07(Fri)16:59:42 No.21054934  
    Hey, /b/. A lot has happened in the past week+, thus my absence. I'll try and tell you all about it, so just sit right there, and I'll tell you the story...just kidding.

    But seriously, a lot has happened. I'll summarize quick, then get into more detail: Approval for the 'mentoring' has gone through, she enjoyed the Waha flipbook and picture I'm posting here, she got into a fight with another kid at rehab, and I'm going to be taking her out for the afternoon on sunday, though I'm not sure yet where to go. Whew.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:00:19 No.21054972
    who the fuck are you, again?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:00:26 No.21054984
    Wait, what?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:01:29 No.21055043
    hay guys wats goin on in dis thread?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:02:27 No.21055099
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:03:05 No.21055141
    Murk loar faggots.

    If it really is you, Nurse-kun, you may proceed.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:09:05 No.21055463
    Okay, after that standard first response, I'll go into more detail. I finally got an answer from my boss on wednesday on the matter of volunteering my time with her, and it was, fortunately, a positive one! It seems that the lawyers decided it could be a good PR opportunity, if it goes well, and 'safe' for the company, if it goes wrong, since they had me sign about a half-dozen different forms taking all responsibility and so-forth as a private citizen, rather than an employee, etc etc. Really touched me, deep down, their compassion for their fellow man. But it was to be expected, so it's no big thing.

    I've been playing email tag with her social worker since then, setting up groundrules and a possible probationary chaperone for the initial outings, so this aspect of the whole thing seems to be going quickly, at least! We've just about got it all worked out, and it's looking like the first date is set, as I said in the initial post, for this sunday afternoon.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:10:16 No.21055529
    live for unitinu.
    die for unitinu.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:14:06 No.21055734
    Was this for the adoption? or just a day out?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:16:21 No.21055859
    I finally spoke to her about it wednesday night, since, as I've mentioned before, I didn't want to raise any hopes or such, in case it didn't happen. We played a Vs. games of EBA first (she kicked my ass in the majority, as usual), as I tried to work up the nerve to start the discussion, and after a round of 'You're the Inspiration' (she still doesn't like the main stage/story, but playing it on Vs. is ok), finally managed to do so, practically blurting out the details in a quick stream of information.

    She seemed a bit surprised, unsurprisingly; her first words were 'You'd want to do that...with me?'. Which, I now realize, sounds bad being typed out on /b/, but she was referring to spending time with her outside of what I'm paid to do. Which, while I've sort of been doing that already, I have still been on the clock for, so technically, not quite.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:22:21 No.21056149
    I cant blame her for not liking that level in EBA, Even me, a guy who finds guro goddamn funny, cannot play that level without tearing up a little.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:27:24 No.21056427
    I quickly assured her that, trying to sound as casually cheerful as I could manage, that yes, I did want to, because she was a smart, cool, awesome little girl, and she deserved attention and experiences in more ways and places than she'd been having, lately. Well, not in those words exactly, but that was the gist of my response. She didn't seem to know exactly how to respond to that, as she usually can't seem to with most compliments or statements of her worth, and after nearly a minute of silence, I spoke up again, telling her that she didn't have to do it, of course, that she could tell me yes, or she could tell me no, it was all up to her.

    She kept staring down at her hand on the bed, where it was twisting the sheet slightly, a nervous habit she's had since I've known her, then, finally, gave a short, abrupt, nod. I leaned in a bit, intending to ask her to confirm it, when I noticed she was tearing up, and fighting to maintain her composure...so I simply gave her a hug, instead, and let her cry for a while on my shoulder.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:29:00 No.21056511
    How old is she again?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:29:59 No.21056565
    Woah, woah, woah. Another kid?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:31:39 No.21056642
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:34:23 No.21056804
    Moving on...I brought it up yesterday, asking her if there was anywhere she'd like to go for the afternoon, any favorite places she had, or anything she'd like to do; movies, favorite restraunts, museums, anything? She said that...no, she didn't have anywhere she wanted to go in particular, acting somewhat evasive as she did so, which led me to conclude that even if she did, she may have ulterior motives for either not telling me, or not wanting to go. I mean, her wheelchair alone is a problem...for her, at least, in that she hates it, and doesn't like to either spend time in it, or particularly to be seen in it; medical staff is one thing, she's more or less accepted that she has to be in it to get shuttled around by them, but to be seen in it by general members of the public? She doesn't deal with that so well...

    Anyway, it's something I'm still thinking about myself, something she might like, since she won't tell me herself; any ideas, /b/? Can't hurt to ask, though I can't promise you'll be The Decider.
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    Translation from www.secchan.net/4koma/
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:35:12 No.21056856
    Oh Koma-tan. You scamp.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:36:22 No.21056918
    She's seven and a half or so.

    I'm going to get to that.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:37:02 No.21056952
    nurse-kun, don't ruin this little girl.
    whatever you do, please don't ruin her.

    ~the conscience (which rarely appears) of 4chan
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:39:19 No.21057094
    Wow. That's a tough one. Not public? Well, if we combine our /b/tard powers we should be able to come up with something.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:40:31 No.21057157
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:41:33 No.21057211

    fat chance of that. I foresee only good things in his relationship with this girl. good not including anything related to pedobear.

    good to hear from you again, Nurse-kun. I know it sounds cliche, but really, I think that so long as she's with you, it doesn't matter where the two of you go. it could be to a movie, to the zoo, to the museum.. doesn't matter. just try and go somewhere that isn't horrendously busy, if you can.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:43:08 No.21057290
    Ok, moving on. After the valentine's day thread, I decided on a Waha flipbook, printing out a couple dozen pages of tiled mini-Wahas from that dancing gif, then stapled it on the top-right, so she could hold it with her prosthetic hand and flip it with her left. It made her smile, a least briefly, so it was well worth the paper and ink expenditure, I'd think.

    I...also printed out the picture from the OP, and gave it to her as well. I told her that it was done by a friend of mine, after he'd heard about her, and was inspired. As I've mentioned before, she's a Samus/Metroid fan, so thankfully, it turned out to be a big hit. She seemed genuinely tickled by her portrayal, and even more amused by mine. It's currently tacked up onto the wall beside her bed, in a position where the sun can shine onto it from her window.

    So there you go, /b/; you've directly, by the actions of one of your members, made an unhappy little girl smile, and hang one of your artistic works on her wall. I'm fairly sure this may be a first.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:43:12 No.21057293
    Am I the only one who's thinking threesome with the other kid?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:43:54 No.21057338
    Hey Nurse-kun. Have you ever tried a Google search on your name? Your story is really starting to get around. So far it's mostly just forums. Would you consider this a good thing, or a bad thing?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:46:38 No.21057447
    Yes, public, just to be clear. I'm not taking her home or anything, particularly since, as I may not have made clear, her social worker is going to be there with us, as a chaperone, at least for the first few times. I was thinking maybe somewhere that wouldn't be full of ignorant kids (you know, any of them) or adults that might stare at her or whisper or something, since as someone trying to he;lp and heal people, punching them would make me feel bad. Doesn't have to be people-free, just maybe screaming jackass lowest common denominator free.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:46:54 No.21057453
    Yeah, but I'm sure the number of happy girls we made cry more than offsets this anomoly.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:48:13 No.21057513
    How about a zoo, no limbs required! Also has petting area, which could be a hit.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:49:37 No.21057585
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:50:54 No.21057660
    Check if there's any appropriate movies playing. If you go for a matinée it shouldn't be too crowded..
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:51:18 No.21057689
    I like the idea of a zoo, or circus.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:51:22 No.21057690
    Moving on again...the fight. Yeah, this part isn't as pleasent a sort of news as the others, but I suppose you'd want to hear it, (well, the people that want to hear any of this), as it was somewhat 'big'.

    See, the rehab facility is a seperate building on the hospital's grounds, three stories, a pool, etc. I've been there a few times over the years, for various reasons, and it seems like a decent place. Still, I wasn't there when this happened, so I only heard about it secondhand, since I've struck up a bit of a friendship with her primary rehab nurses; introduced by a friend of theirs that works in the home, as her 'primary caretaker', it's a story I'm not really going to get into here, but suffice it to say that I heard all of this from her own rehab nurse, who was there for it. It happened this monday (the 19th).
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:51:31 No.21057705

    Might be too many people. Especially families, which could conjure up some unpleasant memories.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:52:43 No.21057755
    nah, probably alot of kids there, staring & whispering would be unavoidable.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:53:42 No.21057812
    Hm, a zoo, that's a good idea...may bear further thought.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)17:56:19 No.21057961
    I like the movie idea. Maybe take her to one of those foreign art-house theaters that only gets 5 people per show.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:00:01 No.21058169
    man, i can just imagine nurse-kun running into some /b/tard on the girl's first day out. what would she think of some ugly weeaboo screaming "AMPU-TAN!" at her?

    good luck. may you never come across a /b/tard, and if you do, may he be discreet.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:03:13 No.21058358
    So. She was putting her legs on with the backup he;lp of her nurse (she's gotten pretty good at it so far, inverting the sheathes then 'rolling' them on with mostly her good hand, but getting better at using her prosthetic to he;lp out, then donning her legs), when the nurse noticed that she had paused, and was looking elsewhere. When she looked as well, she caught a boy a couple years older than her, who'd been in an accident that damaged his spinal cord, leaving him not paralyzed, staring in you-know-who's direction.

    When he saw that the nurse was looking his way, he looked away as well, and she turned back to her own patient, telling her it was all right, that she could continue. She (our girl) stared at the boy a moment longer, frowning, then finally acquiesed, and finished donning and adjusting her legs, the nurse checking on them and making sure they were secure, then wheeling her over to the parallel bars, to begin the 'work' of the session.
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:03:45 No.21058382
    you know she might not be too fond of getting in a car, right nurse-kun? you might need to focus on what you can do relatively close to the hospital. in fact, you might not even want to drive at all.
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:05:50 No.21058485
    Every time this stuff is posted, it makes me cry a little.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:08:33 No.21058630
    I know, we'll be taking a van/bus designed for wheelchairs. Child and Family Services provided, hurray for them doing something helpful! And yes, she's still having trouble with riding in just about anything on the road, but I can only do my best to he;lp her get through it. She can't live the rest of her life with a maximum 'on-foot' radius, after all, in this modern world of ours...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:10:50 No.21058764
    wait, so where's she going all the time? it sounds like she rides around pretty regularly. i thought she basically had nothing to do except some physical therapy.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:13:40 No.21058930
    She did her best, as usual, giving it everything she had; she's getting better all the time, and managed consecutive two round-trips with assistance this time before being too tired and needing to rest for a while, and made several more 'sets' before they finished that part and were going to begin on the exercises, isometrics, stretching, with weights (and bands to hook over her stumps and such, quite a lot of contraptions you don't see in a normal gym), etc. Her nurse left her to rest a bit in her chair, her arm and legs still 'on', while she went to fetch something someone else had left in the supply room, one of the bands I mentioned earlier, I believe.

    When she got back to the room she heard screaming from multiple sources, and came in to find a cluster of people doing said screaming and shouting around a couple of kids and a toppled-over wheelchair on the floor.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:16:06 No.21059058
    The rehab facility, which I believe I've explained is located on the hospital's grounds, while the home is about four blocks away (built there for that reason). Wheeling her there, particularly in the winter, isn't very feasible.
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    she needs one of these
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:21:08 No.21059331
    Her nurse ran over as quickly as she could, one of her colleagues helping get the crowd back, and she found our little girl pulling the boy's hair with her good hand, and holding onto his shirt with her prosthetic one, on top of him, where he'd fallen over with his chair, furiously silent, eyes narrowed; he was grabbing her around her throat with one hand (which she seemed to be ignoring) and trying to push her away with his other (which didn't seem to be doing too much), and crying and screaming.

    Needless to say, she did her best to pull her off of him without her taking his scalp with her (she only kept a few bloody clumps clutched in her good hand), and backed away from the boy, while her colleague that was working with him helped him back into his chair (now sobbing), his mother screaming bloody murder about 'that little psycho' hurting her little angel.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:22:27 No.21059385
    i see. well, if she's getting more comfortable with riding around, you might be able to take her out of the city on a picnic or something. a more relaxing drive with fewer cars might not be too bad, there wouldn't be anyone around, and she could get some real fresh air.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:23:17 No.21059426
    She, like the one-limbed girl in the series, kicks his ass.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:29:20 No.21059750
    Attempts were made to calm people down, she was loaded back into her chair (and the hair clumps were taken away) and checked for injuries (she had bruises around her neck when I saw her that night...they've mostly faded by now), which were minor, and he was taken away by his mother, who was shrieking about lawsuites.

    Now, at first, she refused to talk about what happened. Eyewitnesses, in particular her nurse's colleagues, said that the boy had wheeled his way over to where she was sitting in her own chair, resting up, and they'd seemed to be talking for a couple of minutes, whereupon she actually 'lunged' forward with her whole body (which is a lot harder than you might think, lacking knees as she does), grabbing onto him, which he tried to get away from by moving his chair back, which just helped her stand up, as she was still holding onto him, whereupon, by a push from her possibly combined with his chair's momentum, he and his chair fell backward and toppled over, and she went with him, with him screaming all the way.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:30:12 No.21059811
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:31:33 No.21059896
    It's still a bit chilly to just sit around in a snow-covered park for a few hours. Maybe come springtime?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:34:02 No.21060056
    Wow, I wonder what happened. Anyway, about what to go out for, it probably would be best to go to a movie for the first time. It's dark, so not many people would be staring at her, plus they'd be watching the movie instead. If you went to a zoo or aquarium or something, there would be too many people, and it would be uncomfortable for her. I can't really think of anything practical and fun for her in the outside world. I'll keep thinking about it.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:36:05 No.21060158
    He probably told her about the time he spray-painted a PENIS on a Chozo statue.

    "Those who deface or destroy them will know our wrath, unfettered and raw."
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:36:40 No.21060184
    Tough loli, or the toughest loli?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:36:55 No.21060205
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:37:41 No.21060247
    what are her prosthetic legs like?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:38:13 No.21060273
    And she apparently wasn't just pulling his hair, but smacking his head into the ground, as well. Ouch. Anyway, she refused to talk about why she'd done it, at first, but finally claimed that he'd started it, that he was 'making fun of her'. Well, once she was checked out for further injuries, which, other than a few bruises, a cut on her hip from the impact from the chair (band-aided with a dora the explorer theme) and a slightly strained muscle from the initial lunge, were almost nonexistent, meaning she certainly gave worse than she got, which isn't bad against someone two years her senior and one limb and eye surplused. She was sent back to the home without completing her usual routine, and spent the rest of the day more or less sulking in her room.

    When I got there this evening, her rehab nurse had actually already called me at home, letting me know what happened, and I checked her chart carefully for anything that might've happened since. Finding nothing in particular, I eventually headed for her room, and after an hour or so of refusing to talk about it when asked, and playing some chess (something else she beats me at most of the time, way to make a grown man feel stupid, really), she finally blurted out what'd happened.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:39:24 No.21060333
    i gotta go someone better save this thread to the wiki so i know why the fuck she attacked this kid. whatever the case, I am sure it will be full of lulz.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:40:30 No.21060375
    But if she watches a lot of TV at the hospital she might want to do something else than just watch a movie. If nurse-kun does go to a movie he might want to do it during a weekday for an early viewing, then sit through the credits so she can leave last.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:43:05 No.21060499
    What the Fuck is Waha?

    Waha is a chibi version of Yamato Suzuran, created by 2chan.

    What the Fuck is Suzuran?

    She's the 13-year-old loli from the H-Game Suigetsu Mayoi Gokoro, in which the protagonist (you) fuck her senseless.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:45:22 No.21060629
    crap, i forgot that it's winter. it was 70F here today and it's supposed to be 30F tonight.

    ok come on, we have to come up with something fun to do. i'm sure SOMEONE on /b/ does something other than fap to guro and make fun of minorities.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:45:49 No.21060658
    I was thinking the same thing, or rather how Ampu-tan would react if she knew. LOL!
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:46:14 No.21060683
    WikiSysop here, already on the job.

    Actually, I personally think the movies may be a good idea, but may be a bad idea. It depends on the situation- if she wants to run off and sit down for an hour watching movies or not. Most of us find it fun to relax in that way, but I doubt she'd find it THAT entertaining to sit around like she's been doing. Then again, I don't know the situation, so it's hard for me to find any really good ideas.

    Maybe I'll go play some dating simulations for inspiration. If some of these are any indication, taking her out to drink then bang her in a back alley is good. But no.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:47:42 No.21060764
    If there's a grand theater she might like the luxury of a private box.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:47:50 No.21060770
    It seems...he'd started their little conversation by asking 'What are you?'. She wasn't sure what he was talking about, so he explained, he thought she 'looked funny', like she was white, but 'weird', too. It finally clicked for her, and she, to her credit, explained more or less calmly and politely (well, for her, meaning less than cheerfully) that her dad was 'white' and her mom was Japanese. This seemed to stun the young man, and he mulled it over for a bit, then started making racist jokes.

    Yeah, little angel. I mean, not like Stormfront or KKK jokes, but the sort of thing jackasses and white trash, particularly kids thereof, make when they've never even met a real asian. I think he did the 'pee-pee in your coke' one, cleverly substituting japanese for chinese, and made a few 'slanty-eye' with fingers on eyelids stretching action ones, and so on...she wasn't very coherent when she was describing it all, her knuckles white as she squeezed the bedsheets, and her face flushed with anger, at the same time as she was starting to cry but fighting the tears. Anyway, he was just in the middle of a pokemon joke, saying that she looked more like a 'Steel-type' than a human when she attacked him, and, well, I guess you know the rest of the story by now. I have to grant him the fact that he at least came up with some original content to push her over the edge...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:48:00 No.21060782
    I'd suggest going to either a zoo, or a museum. She might also enjoy going to an arcade, but probably on a school day.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:50:56 No.21060921
    Yes, yes, I know that. I can always claim ignorance if she finds out, which hopefully won't happen. I mean, how would she?

    Besides, Waha is cute, Suzuran's boning or no.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:52:48 No.21061031
    it might be nice for her to get some good food from a restaurant. maybe you should see if there's a decent place where she won't feel like she's on display. not a stellar idea, sure, but it could be one more way to break the monotony.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:53:50 No.21061099
    Think about taking her to the library if she's up for it. It would be a good opportunity for her to get some new books.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:54:45 No.21061156
    Holy Crap! Posting in a Nurse-kun Thread! Hmmm... Suggestions... Well she hasn't been outdoors of the "Home" or Phys. Rehab. I assume? It's been how long since she arrived? 3-5 months? She should just be happy going out and doing something normal for once. How's her trauma-induced fear of automobiles coming along? (I think you mentioned that somewhere?) I ask because if all she can handle is the roads and nothing like a highway. (Again assuming that's where the accident happend) I'll say stick to something close maybe a restaurant or a museum.

    WAIT!!! BIG IDEA! She's an avid reader, right? Take her to a Library! I'd bet anything that she would like to go an find some books for herself for once. Requires a library card Nurse-kun so you'd better get one.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:54:48 No.21061160

    I agree, if it wasn't too busy and dimly lit. That way she wouldn't feel so self conscious about being there.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:56:15 No.21061265
    Why is it always the kids who are the most evil? Oh wait, it's because the little bastards "don't know any better". It's a good thing she showed him a lesson.

    >I'd suggest going to either a zoo, or a museum. She might also enjoy going to an arcade, but probably on a school day.
    The museum thing seems like a good idea. I hadn't thought of that in my earlier post.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:56:53 No.21061307
    Thinking back on it, the kid was probably just being a jackass, like most kids (particularly boys) that age are. No real, deeply-felt malice, just something strange and exotic that seemed funny and weird to him, so why not make jokes? Still, I can't say I feel bad about what happened to him, maybe it'll 'sensitize' him a bit...or at least tenderize him.

    Anyway, once she'd gotten the anger out of the way and finished the story, telling me how she'd just felt SO MAD, and how he'd been laughing as he said it all, and making fun of her mom, and...well, she started crying, too, and I did my best to comfort her.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:56:57 No.21061312

    >>21061156 Here

    Dang! Idea came in a few seconds late...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:57:24 No.21061329
    More than one place in the middle of the day would probably be best. Movie/zoo whatever followed by lunch and then finish the day with the library or perhaps video rental for a game/video.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)18:59:08 No.21061448
    I repeated her story to her shrink the next day, staying late at the home past my shift to do so, and having her promise to explain it to her social worker as well, to try and avoid a black mark or something on her records, I went home, and crashed until the mid-afternoon, whereupon I called her rehab nurse, and explained to her, too. It's thus been somewhat smoothed over, or more acceptable at least, than it was, so people aren't freaking out TOO much...and the boy wasn't seriously injured, and with him not being able to deny the story very convincingly as of yesterday, the lawSUITE seems to have died down, hopefully.

    Anyway, this should be a cautionary story to all you /b/tards out there, on the subject of racist humor. It's all funny until someone loses a testicle to a one-eyed kung-fu-gripping loli. Remember that.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:04:52 No.21061847
    what is the 'pee-pee in your coke' joke ?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:05:03 No.21061860
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:05:31 No.21061897

    It's all funny until someone loses a testicle to a one-eyed kung-fu-gripping loli

    Funniest thing I have read all day.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:06:29 No.21061943
    Ok, Nurse-kun here, replying to OP because there've been far too many posts on the subject of where to go to pick one.

    The zoo is a nice idea, but maybe not for a first time, maybe on a weekday when there wouldn't be as many kids/families. A movie...a sunday matinee for an age-appropriate picture (is there even any age-appropriate movie out that doesn't suck right now? I'm sure as hell not taking her to see Bridge to Terabitha...) would probably be kid/family filled, even if it's dark, so I'm not too sure about that. Thinking about it. There's an independant theatre or two around here, but I don't think they're showing anything appropriate either, though I'll have to check on that. Bit cold for a picnic. A museum might be good...I'll have to check and see what the current exhibits are, and the sorts of people that bring kids/go to a museum on a sunday probably wouldn't be total asses, hopefully. A library...that might be a good idea, actually. The central library is certainly handicapped accessable, and probably wouldn't be too busy on a sunday afternoon, and again, the sort of people there might not suck. As for food, I have a couple of places I like, that I could check with ahead of time, let people know her situation, so things could be set up so she's comfortable perhaps...hm...good ideas so far, thanks, people...keep 'em coming.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:07:15 No.21061985
    Jeez, kids get in a fight and a parent wants to fucking SUE over it?

    When I was younger I just got the "Fighting is wrong" speech from my Dad and that was it.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:07:34 No.21062012
    > Anyway, this should be a cautionary story to all you /b/tards out there, on the subject of racist humor. It's all funny until someone loses a testicle to a one-eyed kung-fu-gripping loli. Remember that.

    That would be funny too.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:08:20 No.21062056
    me chinese. me play joke. you can figure out the rest
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:08:48 No.21062096
    me chinese me play joke me go peepee in your coke. the setup is very different, depending on who tells it. but the punchline is the important part.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:09:30 No.21062148
    >>21061307 telling me how she'd just felt SO MAD

    Haha, oh wow, if she can go so berserk that she clobbers him with just one arm... MAD skillz! Though I think it does show a great deal of frustration with her current condition if she can snap like that. Hopefully the situation was cathartic for her without leaving her feeling too guilty. Get her to redirect that strength and frustration to rehabilitation.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:09:34 No.21062154
    Hic sapientia est qui habet intellectum conputet numerum bestiae numerus enim hominis est et numerus eius est sescenti sexaginta sex
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:10:22 No.21062204
    if you see a movie, you should probably wikipedia it for a plot summary to make sure no content that could trigger memories comes up. id say thats pretty important.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:11:14 No.21062257
    To get this out of the way, though it's a way back. She has a slight variation on this: http://www.ossur.com/prosthetics/juniorprosthetics which is a good leg, as far as I'm aware. Hers isn't painted like that, though...it hasn't been 'customized' at all, actually, thus far...though she does take good care of them, she isn't 'detached' from them, but she isn't at the stage where she's going to pain on them just yet.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:14:02 No.21062460
    Take hear to a book store. A big one like borders or Barnes & Nobles. preferably someplace with an attached cafe or deli, so she can get some non nursing home food while she's out. Like a library, you can facilitate her reading without worrying about her being embarrassed in public (no kids her own age there to be shy in front of, stacks to hide behind, etc). give her a comfortable allowance of maybe 30 bux (a lot for a 7 year old, but books are expensive these days, and it sounds like she does a LOT of reading...) and let her lead the way. give her a bit of independence, but make yourself available if she wants a book from a high shelf. maybe case the store first, make sure they're handicap accessible.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:14:03 No.21062462
    Er, paint on them. ...though she does still have some phantom limb pain, too.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:14:46 No.21062512
    Back in my day, if we lost a fight, our parents would call us pussies. Fuck this pacifism shit. Fighting is bad my ass.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:15:38 No.21062569
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:17:10 No.21062649
    She hasn't been too on edge since it happened, so I'd say it didn't quite traumatize her the way the old bastard did...the kid wasn't yelling angrily at her, after all, before she kicked his ass. Though...they did change the schedule for his rehab to make sure it doesn't coincide with hers in the future.

    For his own protection, you know.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:18:10 No.21062701
    That's a pretty sexy leg.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:18:40 No.21062728
    Somewhere to hide without it feeling like hiding (with bookshelves, as you say) isn't a bad idea. Not sure how the cafe would work, as they're invariably open.

    You'll also have to be careful that if she does need he;lp reaching a book / whatever, it's not in a way that it feels like you have to do things for her.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:20:45 No.21062867
    /r/ picture of 'Around Crippled Half-Asians, Prepare For Maimin's' with her.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:22:19 No.21062977
    Such a shame that it's probably difficult (especially given her interaction with social worker) to tell her that you're proud of her actions, which let's face it, any /b/tard would be of a super scalp-clutching ninja girl.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:25:12 No.21063174
    This is a pretty darn good idea...I'll have to take it into serious consideration. Though the central library has shelves and such as well, obviously, and big windows all over the place for sunlight reading...and I believe it has a cafe attached on the main floor, too. Either one, though, is the front-runner, at this point. Hmm...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:27:37 No.21063329
    Well, yeah. I am somewhat proud of her, for standing up for herself, and for kicking that little snot's ass...even if I'm not thrilled about her getting into fights, in theory, because of her 'handicap' (in the fighting sense). I mean, I don't want her to get hurt. And I'm not happy that she's emotionally hurt enough to be so over-aggressive, and it was over-aggressive...but...well, I'm conflicted, in any case. I'm not going to be telling her she was bad for doing so, anyway.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:30:29 No.21063490
    any chance of a concert or anything?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:33:50 No.21063681
    Holy shit, this is the first Nurse-kun thread I've ever actually seen!

    I just need to tell you man, thanks for sharing your story with all of us, I've loved reading every chapter that's been posted on wikichan. Keep it up man.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:34:47 No.21063734
    I don't think anything's playing on sunday, and I doubt I could get tickets in time even if it was...

    OHSHI-! The city's orchestra plays, or rehearses, or something, on sundays! I remember a friend of mine mentioning something about this a few months ago. BRB, I need to call her.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:34:48 No.21063736
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:35:15 No.21063755
    Library's open on Sunday? lucky you...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:38:44 No.21063945
    whoops, meant to reply to >>21063174
    now that I think about it, a library might also have the advantage of a computer lab. I don't know how net-reliant a seven year old is, but after so many months she might want to at least check her email... then again she might not want to reopen that portion of her life, who knows...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:39:56 No.21063998
    Wow. Nice luck. She used the play and likes classical, right? Be careful that she won't take it as a reminder of something she can no longer do.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:41:14 No.21064082
    I'm fairly sure it does, indeed, have a pretty good computer lab...might even be one specifically for kids, too. And yeah, I've considered that, too...if we do go there, I'll leave it up to her, of course, though I might mention that she could use one if she'd like to...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:47:30 No.21064409
    Yeah, I'm considering that right now...my friend told me they do indeed rehearse on sundays, and it's open to the public (mostly), so it's a possibility for the agenda...the point you raise being a/the sticking point for deciding yes/no, of course...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:55:33 No.21064786
    Welp, if nobody else has anything to say for the time being, I'm going to go make some dinner...might start up another thread later if this one dies in the meantime...guess we'll see.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)19:55:45 No.21064798
    So /b/ a couple days ago some bitch with next-to-no limbs beat the shit out of me after I insulted her for being god-knows-what. I made her say Candlejack so hopefully in a few days she'll fina
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:01:37 No.21065123
    So /b/, whats the deal with one-eyed blonde japanese girls with plastic legs? bitches be crazy, yo
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:14:48 No.21065767
    Oh c'mon. She's at what others consider a major handicap but she's managed to pwn one old guy and seriously pwn a kid older than her and slightly more able. What reason DON'T you have to congratulate her?

    OK, seriously, I do see where you're coming from though. . . but at least she's able and willing to stand up for herself and not just take people's shit. Try to encourage that aspect of her while keeping the actual violence in check.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:15:42 No.21065800
    question; How is Amputan doing clothing wise? is she wearing her pre-accident clothes, or stuff provided by the hospital/nursing-home?

    How long has it been since she's had something new? (not in the style sense, in the "kids her age outgrow clothes fast" sense). Does she have any clothes that would hide her prosthetics without encumbering her?

    I know this kinda sounds stupid, but I'd hate to think she's been spending so many months in hospital-garb...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:19:49 No.21066002
    and what happens when she tries to kung-foo grip a fully capable person? Judging by the kinds of people that tend to initiate these outburst, she might end up a quadruple amputee...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:20:32 No.21066040
    Wow. I never thought I'd catch one of these threads. Nurse-kun, you are an example to us all.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:24:04 No.21066253
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:26:58 No.21066417
    lol, read the wikiChan article and he's a Saint with a /b/tarded sense of humor... read the EncycloDrama version and he's the worlds worst pedo... looks like accuracy is taking a back seat to wikiWars.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:27:08 No.21066424
    Geez. I leave for a half hour...

    To answer this first: She more or less just had hospital clothing, and a couple of shirts and shorts and such from family services. Though the family, when they showed up on christmas, brought a bunch of other stuff, too, including a number of new shirts, a couple of sweaters, some skirts...she hasn't worn the latter much, though she does like one of the sweaters my mom got her, in particular. Oh, and a long (well, it'd be short on someone else) nightshirt for bed, which drapes down just past her stumps, shortsleeved.

    It has little cartoon kittycats on it.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:30:20 No.21066596
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:32:29 No.21066714
    Exactly. This is why I'm not 100% for more loli beat'em'ups...she's been lucky so far. But even a single able-bodied girl her own age could beat her to death...eventually...if they wanted to. And there's really not much she could do to stop them.

    Besides the fact that it's simply not healthy for her to have such aggressive tendencies (literally: it's a symptom of PTSD), the fact is that she can't really back up her talk with her walk...no matter how much spirit she might have.

    I just hope the situation never comes up...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:34:51 No.21066840
    check if there's anything clothing wise that she wants. I know buying her stuff is a bit expensive, and probably not first-outing material, but any change you can get her to pick something out herself, you're reviving her sense of independence. That said, instead of asking anonymous what sorts of gifts you should get her for Christmas/Valentines/Whatever, maybe you should find some magazines or something and ask her what she wants herself.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:37:01 No.21066969

    I'm split between how I feel about you, Nurse-kun.

    Mainly, why the hell did you have to go into so much detail over giving her a suppository? A tad disturbing, if you ask me...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:38:40 No.21067057
    TOGI OTOKO perhaps?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:40:30 No.21067152
    Last time I'm ever going to say this: Satire. Joke. Intended for satirical amusement. /b/ is filled with fake stories about sticking it in little girl's poopers, so I added one more. Nurse, not a Writer, damnit, thus didn't get that across, I guess. Christ, people.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:41:09 No.21067187
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    Nurse-Kun! Good to see you. Usually I miss your threads.

    I recommend you take her to a planaterium or movie. Although if there is some place where you can bring her where the Wheelchair wouldn't get in the way, that would be great too. A park seems like a good idea to me too.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:42:12 No.21067255
    Nurse-kun, what will you do if you're recognized by a /b/tard during one of these outings?

    Hopefully they would be smart enough to keep their mouths shut, but chances are they won't.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:42:25 No.21067269
    its /b/, any of us would have done the same. If nurse-kun were a real pedo, he'd be nursing at a pediatric clinic, or as a school nurse at some private elementary school, not an old folks home.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:43:06 No.21067309
    Anonymous seconds this grand idea.

    Also, whoever drew the OP picture now needs to draw a version of her beating that other kid.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:46:15 No.21067468
    planetariums have a habit of making people feel insignificant... dont know how that'll effect her PTSD.

    -not nurse-kun
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:48:06 No.21067572
    by magazines, I meant catalogs, though I guess mags would work as well.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:51:27 No.21067746

    It's just that most people are fucktards that can't read between the lines.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:54:42 No.21067914
    Well, if they can't, I'll just have to give them an emergency trachiotomy.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:56:04 No.21067995
    Clothes-shopping might be a later-excursion outing...it'd be a bit weird to do with her social worker, there, though. Though that sounds bad, typing that out, I don't mean it, like, I'd take her to Victoria's Secret or anything, just...hrm.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:58:50 No.21068150
    Hm, hadn't considered a planetarium. Haven't been to one myself since I was a kid. Food for thought...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:58:50 No.21068151
    OO, oo, idea!
    Is there a Build-A-Bear workshop in your area? Finish the day off with a trip there, she can pick out, stuff, name and dress her animal herself there. It's a hit with females of any age!
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)20:58:54 No.21068157
    It's nice to see my Waha idea went through - deeper meanings or no.

    Also I back the bookshop/library idea.
    More the Library idea - seeing as I work in one and therefore I think they fucking rock.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:00:17 No.21068253
    I doubt if anyone truly believes he was serious, it just makes for fun trolling, because of how we (his supporters), and nurse-kun himself respond. That said, his suppository story was a pretty stupid thing to reveal, knowing how certain anons would respond. We luv ya Nurse-kun, but you sure give your detractors ammunition at times...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:02:14 No.21068352
    NURSE-KUN! You really DO exist! A tear of joy runs down my cheek!
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:04:21 No.21068484
    I'm a /b/tard. If I was really smart, would I be in here? Be honest.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:04:25 No.21068489
    First time I've actually seen a Nurse-kun thread, just wanted to say what you're doing is helping pull me out the depression I've had for the last 2 years. Anyway, enough of my emo bullshit, keep it up, man!
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:05:09 No.21068539
    faggot, you didn't have to fucking say that.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:06:11 No.21068595
    if their anything like Vermont Teddy Bear Factories, it might be a bit too traumatic... they stitch the bears inside out, stretch/invert them neck-first over a stuffing extrusion tube like a fuzzy condom, inflate them, and then use a hot glue gun to attach the head... good times...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:07:11 No.21068658
    Welcome to /b/.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:07:13 No.21068662
    Nurse-kun! First time I'm in one of your threads. I don't really have a question or an idea for a place to go with amputee-chan, I just wanted to say you are the best guy ever, and I hope you get to take her home (as her new dad, hopefully).

    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:07:26 No.21068676
    If it helps, I thought it over after reading the thread and I vote for the three choices of Bookstore, Zoo or Theater: preferably early on a weekday so there won't be any obnoxious kids around.
    Although, it seems like a good idea to ask her about trying to make friends of her own age at some point.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:07:49 No.21068697
    True, I suppose I'm the cancer that is killing /b/. And unfortunetly for you, there is no cure for cancer! :D
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:09:17 No.21068791
    How about death.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:09:24 No.21068800
    Thanks for giving it to me! And yeah, I'm thinking library -> orchestra or planetarium at this point...that Build-A-Bear thing sounds nice, though I'm not sure how much she'd want to be surrounded by shrieking/giggling little girls, at the moment.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:10:40 No.21068867
    That's more of a consequence of cancer.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:11:41 No.21068922
    lol, remind me never to require medical attention in your presence...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:13:23 No.21069017
    Not at all. I've made a stuffed animal at Build-A-Bear before, the whole thing's pretty much sewn together except for one part where they put it over the tube that stuffs it, then they sew that part up and give it to you to either get clothing for it or name it and take it home. They have you put a small heart inside the animal, and have little rituals depending on who it's for, etc., and you can even put in a noisemaking thing that you squeeze.

    Here's a link to their find a store page:
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:13:37 No.21069036
    you could try off peak times?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:14:32 No.21069091
    It's not that bad, especially if you go earlier in the day on a school day or something.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:16:32 No.21069197
    Build-A-Bear stores are usually in malls, and I doubt she'll feel comfortable around crowds that size.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:16:58 No.21069220
    This may just be me, but when I was a little girl I always loved going to the aquarium. Watching all the different fish is so relaxing. That might be a nice way to end your outting!
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:20:13 No.21069408
    Well, I'll consider it for a future excursion. Not likely for this sunday though, you know? More likely for a weekday, which, yes, non-peak time. I can't just show up and haul her out of the home any time I like for any of this, though, people need to understand...it's structured, and overseen.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:20:42 No.21069437
    Delicious flat chest or GTFO. (Or tits, I guess.)
    Also, seconding the aquarium suggestion.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:21:06 No.21069462
    you think she's really gonna go for a teddy bear? From your previous posts she sounds a bit too cynical for "normal" girl stuff (or perhaps just too mature?). I was under the impression that her attachment to her minibear stems from the fact that it was a gift from somebody who cares, rather than "Oh CUTE! a Teddy Bear!". but perhaps im just reading too much into it, haven't even met her after all.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:21:59 No.21069517
    I was just thinking too. Could you possibly get her a pet? Something small and low maintenance, a Beta Fish sounds ideal.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:23:13 No.21069581
    I would just like to say, good job Nurse-kun. You're doing a really good thing. Furthermore, as faggoty as it may sound, this has kind of restored my faith in humanity a bit. Though, honestly, it may very well be /b/'s reaction, and not the actual story.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:24:14 No.21069627
    I concur, like the zoo, only less open/exposed. a lot more entertaining then watching monkeys do nothing. probably more handicapped accessible as well.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:24:20 No.21069631
    They have stuff other than teddy bears, so if she likes monkeys, dogs, cats, horses or anything else like that, she can pick one of those instead.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:26:37 No.21069740
    Monkeys are more entertaining than fish you stupid fuck.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:28:17 No.21069818
    Well, she's not much of an 'OMG KAWAII' sort of girl, no. But...she still sleeps with the minibear, actually...it rests against her desklamp during the day and evening, but when she falls asleep, it's in the crook of her arm.

    Yes, it's probably due to an emotional attachment to it in particular...but she doesn't scorn things in broad sweeps, and her origami penguin army remains as well. Anyway, I wouldn't automatically rule it out.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:29:26 No.21069871
    That may be a good idea, but I'd see what she thinks first.
    I know one thing that always makes me feel better is going to a Petland and interacting with some of the animals there. Just an idea, as I don't know what all things she likes to do.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:31:43 No.21070001

    I've been meaning to say - you said she used to love Ouendan.. if I had someplace to send it, I'd send her my copy, unless she's still got hers.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:34:59 No.21070210
    In before v&

    Perverts like you should be hung from streetlights. Seriously man, the little girl is crippled. You are filth.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:35:06 No.21070219
    She's got one bear, and that's enough.
    Inverse Ninja Law etc...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:35:51 No.21070265
    You're not up-to-date, are you?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:36:18 No.21070295
    Take her to an Aquarium first, then surprise her with a Fish of her own a few days later. Explain to her what needs to be done to take care of it (Such as cleaning the tank and giving it exercise), don't offer to he;lp her take care of it right away but be ready to do so if necessary: I'm sure she'd warm right up to the challange and that it would be great for her sense of self-worth.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:38:17 No.21070406
    Hm, I don't think any of the other patients have pets, even fish...though that whole 'pets for seniors' is still a bit trendy in geriatric care, maybe I could convince them a 'easy maintenance fish for kids' policy would work?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:39:45 No.21070488
    Yeah, man, you should totally just stride in there, take her by the hand, and the two of you can run out of there together, to a bright future of accomplishment and happiness.

    Oh, wait, she can't run.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:40:56 No.21070558
    Her copy was found when I went to the storage locker to retrieve her DS, along with the rest of her games. She still plays it occasionally, and let me try it out as well...it was fun, since I enjoy EBA, though I think I prefer EBA, much better polished, and, um, I can understand it without her translating for me (which she did, it was cute).
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:42:48 No.21070678
    Whold she enjoy you taking her to something like a jazz concert?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:44:51 No.21070795
    See my response in >>21070406 .

    It's not a bad idea, certainly, something to consider, but there's not much point if the home won't let her keep it/punish me for doing so. Something I'll have to look into.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:45:02 No.21070805
    A pet, even a low-maintenance one, might make things worse. It will eventually die, and we all know how attached kids get to animals. At this point I'd imagine it would be very hard to get over the loss.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:46:29 No.21070881
    She might. She played the piano, after all...though there's always the worry with the orchestra that I'm considering, that it might depress her, since she can't do it herself anymore... (I think? You can't play the piano with one hand and no feet, right? There are pedals and stuff?).
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:46:57 No.21070909
    All I have to say about the outing is definitely get the girl something that isn't institution food. I spent a week in the hospital last year and that was MORE than enough of that *barf* I cant imagine six months plus of it.

    On an unrelated note, I am very moved by your story, as is a friend of mine. We are inspired, and we had the idea of creating a kinetic novel based on your story. I just wanted to ask out of courtesy if for any reason you would be against this, since its based on you and her.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:48:45 No.21071003
    ...shit, I didn't think of that. Like I said earlier, stupid...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:51:36 No.21071148
    Actually Nurse-kun:


    There's a whole bunch of piano literature for left hand only. As for the pedals, well... it's probably possible to operate them with prosthetics, but I'm not sure.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:51:50 No.21071159
    Assuming this isn't an extremely elaborate and ongoing work of fiction, Nurse-kun, you're an example to us all.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:53:10 No.21071239
    Beta's will live for a few years before they go belly-up. Yeah, sure though, lets shelter The Adopted Child of Legion and make sure that she never experieces anything that might make her cry again.
    Even though she might have gone through something horrible, it's no reason to say that she shouldn't experience everything life has to offer: Both Good and Bad. Enjoying a pet and dealing with it's death is just one of those things. It's also pretty minor considering what she's already been through and what she will face in the future.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:54:44 No.21071340
    If I was going to get her something alive, I'd go with a plant. A little bonsai tree would be perfect, but like its already been said, too much Japanese shit is a bad idea.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:55:08 No.21071357
    I've heard of people who can play the piano with only one hand (apparently this one guy was in a top-tier piano competition for teenagers with a stump and his hand. He was using the stump to play O_O) but I don't know about no feet. It's not impossible to play well without a pedal, but you lose the expressive value of a lot of pieces without it. Random hunks of silence in your music, etc.

    NK, I give you the official /b/ salute. I'm not sure what it is. It probably involves poopers. Which is cool by me.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:55:45 No.21071393
    I would really prefer that you didn't honestly. Sorry I'm not saying I don't appreciate the support but I'd rather not be overly publicized, 'based on a real sory' is the last think I want.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:57:13 No.21071490
    True. Also didn't know how long Beta's lived for, most of the fish I had as a kid died within weeks lol.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:57:31 No.21071506
    Hmm... tough balance to strike really. You shouldn't shelter or baby her, but you can't overexpose her to stressful stimuli or else she won't be able to cope. No advice, just sympathy -_-
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:58:22 No.21071549
    Well, yes, I know that she can't stay inside a bubble for the rest of her life. Still, while it's fun to say 'stop being such a pussy' and suchlike, for a kid in her situation, it's hardly that easy. The fact that she's doing as well as she is is a blessing, and introducing something that could break that progress, even if that stimuli seems minor, is hardly a good idea.

    Still, several years? I'm not a fish person, so I don't know much of anything about them. Hm, well.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:59:05 No.21071585
    Huh, that's interesting...very interesting...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)21:59:52 No.21071617
    Ok, I understand, thats why I asked first. Keep up the good work though, we all support you! (Faggots/trolls/spammers aside)
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:00:02 No.21071629
    nurse-kun is a pedo and this story is bullshit

    "The stories and information posted here are artistic works of fiction and falsehood.
    Only a fool would take anything posted here as fact."
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:00:35 No.21071656
    s'being done :)
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:01:19 No.21071706
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    needs more gore ITT
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:04:58 No.21071935
    Hanging a picture of Emperor Hirohito on her Room Door would be great for Luls though.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:05:31 No.21071979
    Its not that we want to shelter her forever, but don't you think its a little soon for that? even if they live for years normally, whose to say it wont die from antiseptic spray dissolving in the water, or simply forgetting to clean the tank?
    Personally I think a pet would be a great idea, but not yet. little steps.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:06:22 No.21072030
    Your style is impetuous, but it can't be mistaken for the real thing, my friend. Still, even so, I'd at least have to agree with my imposterous friend here in part.

    If anyone did plan on, um, Ann Ruleing all of this, I'd certainly appreciate at least seeing the product beforehand, but I suppose I'm sort of a public figure at this point, and my rights are somewhat impaired by my anonymity/air of mystery.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:07:33 No.21072103
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:09:37 No.21072217
    <--- aspiring Kinetic Novelist
    Wait, now I'm confused @_@
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:12:57 No.21072412
    Hey Nurse-kun, a sad thought, but have you heard anything about Amputee-tan wanting to cimmit suicide? I hope she won't be an emo kid, but she has every right to be, but that just seems to sad to me from a 7 year old. Also, I love you man, my first Nurse-kun thread I've left a comment in, but I saw the first one, a bit confused as to what it was.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:15:49 No.21072581
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:16:08 No.21072596
    Are you stupid?
    She's just getting better, thanks to tender lovings.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:18:10 No.21072691
    Research, research, research. She'll probably need a little he;lp cleaning the bowel but if you read up on it and make proper arrangements. I'm sure it would be fine.
    I'm all for doing something for her that will give her a positive outlet for her emotions and make her feel empowered at the same time: Finally, lets put things in perspective here, It's a Fish! They're one of the most simple pets to take care of and downright soothing to watch. The possibility of it dying on her suddenly is low no matter how you look at it . . . How can you go wrong?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:18:17 No.21072695
    you are a bastard. Nurse Kun opened with 'pooper' to make it more easily accepted by /b/ however if you had been following, he actually cares about her well being. In her situation, nurse kun is HELPING as best he can.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:19:26 No.21072769
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:19:43 No.21072791
    She has previously mentioned it, but recently she's been quiet about it. I hope this is a sign shes starting on her healing process. Mentally and Physically. (Yes - even though some things can't be fixed)
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:23:41 No.21072992
    please do not feed the trolls.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:25:22 No.21073068
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:26:37 No.21073148
    This is...actually something I've been worried about for a while. I mean, how could I not be, really? Apparently, from the hospital gosspip line, there were a few incidents in the early days after the accident; IV lines torn out, nurses finding her on the floor next to her bed (once with her left shoulder dislocated), and most alarmingly, they once found her with her morphine drip's dosage turned way up past safe levels...seems she watched nurses and doctors adjusting it, and figured out how to do so herself. Nearly died that time, it was just luck that they caught her in time. Then something happened, nobody's sure what, and all those shenanigans stopped entirely, and she started working hard at the rehab...thankfully.

    I just hope it keeps...and that I can be helpful in providing he;lp for it to do so.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:26:49 No.21073163
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:26:57 No.21073173
    perhaps a diary would be helpful to allow her to vent these emotions, also he;lp her practice left handed writing...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:27:57 No.21073227
    I know this is kind of corny, but

    you may be a good reason for her to stick around. you give her things to do and think about, but not like rehab, with a genuine interest for her well-being. i don't think she'd want to kill herself on your watch.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:28:20 No.21073245
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    was that really a rattle snake?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:30:03 No.21073340
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:34:11 No.21073557
    pissing in an ocean of piss...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:37:58 No.21073752
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:40:24 No.21073879
    camwhore is whorrrrre
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:41:40 No.21073945
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:51:11 No.21074461
    thus concludes this chapter of "Damaged Goods"

    stay tuned!
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:51:42 No.21074486
    Have you heard anything new on the adoption front? I know it's probably too early to actually go through the process, but I hope when she's ready you can take care of her. When she's not getting into fights with old dudes with Alzheimer's and crippled racist kids, she seems like a sweet girl and deserves some kind of parent in her life.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:52:09 No.21074509
    JUst kind of throwing ideas out there, so yeah, never mind if they're complety stupid. >_>

    Perhaps, to he;lp with the frustration, you could get her some metal? I mean, probably not really heavy death or black or anything like that. Probably power or progressive would be good. Power and progressive are usually easier to listen to, and easier to get into. Well, not so much progressive, but mainly due to song length and complexity. However, you said she used to play at practically prodigy level, so theres probably a good chance she'd appreciate the complexity. But yeah, Dream Theater, Queensrÿche, Bind Guardian. All great bands.
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    Sounding more and more like the major every chapter.

    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:55:39 No.21074700
    ...not yet. An afternoon is one thing, a lifelong commitment is another...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:56:03 No.21074723
    What the fuck
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:56:27 No.21074740
    Uh, I'll consider it? I've never been much of a metal person, myself...
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:58:35 No.21074860
    Probably because it's shit.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)22:59:47 No.21074933
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:00:21 No.21074961
    Fuck that, hook her up with some Slayer, Iron Maiden, Megadeath, and maybe some Finntroll if she's into the Finnish shit.

    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:03:17 No.21075108

    Those are indeed great bands, but it's usually easier to ease into heavier stuff. Although, my first encounter with metal was Fear Factory's song Moment of Impact, which is somewhat heavyish, epscially to begin with.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:04:55 No.21075177
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    get her some dragonforce or other powermetal like manowar... keeps her mind clean, and releases agression, coz I think people singing about hailing satan and mengele is not the best shit for 7yo wrecks.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:05:16 No.21075193
    You forgot Anthrax dipshit.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:05:31 No.21075211
    I don't know if it's been mentioned but Classical Music expresses some very cathartic emotions depending on what you are listening too. I'd recommend some Jean Sibelius, He's From Winland!
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:07:42 No.21075319
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:09:08 No.21075382
    New rule, /b/ is not your personal blog.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:10:11 No.21075421
    She's 7, get her Gorillaz or something.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:10:37 No.21075450
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:12:17 No.21075517
    Rhapsody is pretty decent, standard Dragonforce affair. Kings, queens, fighting for glory, etc.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:12:55 No.21075557
    Yes, she already has a fair amount of classical on her ipod, she likes classical...though she isn't snobby about it being superior, she enjoys other music, as well.

    As such, I suppose I certainly can't rule out her enjoying metal of one sort or another...Lordi is the only metal I'm familiar with, because Lordi rocks, but as awesome as it is, much of it isn't terribly appropriate for her, I'd think. I've heard Dragonforce mentioned before, but no real detail about what they're like. They sounded a bit silly, I mean, 'Dragonforce'? Sounds like an 80s NES game.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:15:17 No.21075652
    Dragonforce is the hardest metal known to man.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:15:43 No.21075671
    >Sounds like an 80s NES game.

    lol, it's ironic because the music sounds like something you'd hear on a flashvideo from newgrounds.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:15:53 No.21075679


    Theres the two DragonForce music videos. They're pretty good. However, they are quite repetitiave after awhile. Really only good in small occasional doses.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:17:36 No.21075775
    it´s some power metal, with really fast guitars. and yeah, it can best described as videogame metal.. fight for the king, together we fight, stuff like that.

    here is some jewtube vid.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuodOsIE7cg
    best for releasing aggression in a "happy" way, IMO. techno would be nice as well for her, like some happy hardcore.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:17:42 No.21075781
    Yes, get her some Lordi.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:18:51 No.21075837
    releasing aggression through metal is for fags who can't enjoy good music (still talking about metal).
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:20:17 No.21075900
    pff... we are talking about what a 7yo would enjoy. and I am on the same mental level, so I know what I´m tlkainghggd aoubt
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:20:24 No.21075904
    She's too hardcore for Lordi. Doesn't need no goddamn makeup.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:22:30 No.21075984
    Nurse-kun. I salute you.

    If I do see you and Amputee-tan once in my life, I'll be sure to ask for your autographs. (Or maybe drop off a gift for the girl, if I have one on me.)

    This is despite my very small chance of actually getting to America.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:22:38 No.21075989
    It's hard to find but I would recommend Corvus Corax's Greatest hits or Cantus Buranus , they can only be found online but they do authentically styled medieval Folk and reinasance music. Some of the pieces that they do are downright haunting and their work runs a wide and diverse range of evocative themes. If she likes Classical, I'm sure she'd Love it.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:23:17 No.21076020
    this was original content and well worth my time.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:23:39 No.21076039
    Old rule: no one gives a shit what anonymous thinks.
    Not even anonymous.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:24:02 No.21076064
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    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:25:07 No.21076111
    Listen to this man, he speaks the truth
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:26:48 No.21076177
    most obvious eggroll ever.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:28:08 No.21076234
    I have some 7-8yr old cousins I can ask for some musical advice, Nurse-kun. I'll post my findings in your next thread, assuming I catch it.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:29:30 No.21076304
    I'll check it out, thanks!
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:30:36 No.21076358
    Since everyone is posting Youtube vids: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Corvus+Corax&search=Search

    Ductia and Palastinalied are two of my favorites.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:30:39 No.21076364
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    Holy Crap, Nurse-Kun, let me talk to you. Seriously. Do you have anything to talk by via IM? Please, I'm serious. I'll give you an email to securely send the IM info. I'm not a troll or dick, I'm SERIOUS BUSINESS.

    Except for the pic. That's unrelated.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:34:41 No.21076592
    Sup Nurse-kun. On the subject of music, maybe some techno?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:39:21 No.21076818
    this story is ;_; and awesome at the same time. and the library or a store is a good idea, methinks. anyway, good luck on the outing and have fun!
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:42:52 No.21076985
    Er, I'd rather not, no offense intended...I'm not much of an IM person in the first place, and I'd prefer to avoid outside interaction, my cautious side speaking to me, I guess. What's this about, anyway? This is /b/, I doubt there's anything you can't tell me here.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:46:59 No.21077183
    You know, she drew another bad hand in me...sort of...since I'm not much of a music person, and she is. She could certainly have done better with someone that has an ear for it, or at least a larger breadth of knowledge on the subject. Ah, well. Is there a particular techno album to recommend, or...?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:48:16 No.21077234
    Holy crap, posting in a Nurse-kun thread.

    Um, for the record, DONT have her listen to metal, srsly think about it. She's 7 years old, the thought of her listening to any sort of metal at all is moronic, especially if she is a fan of classical music.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:48:36 No.21077250
    Because weekly updates aren't enough, goddamnit!
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:49:26 No.21077282
    Don't subject her to Techno or Metal.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:49:36 No.21077292
    No one cares about you.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:53:02 No.21077462
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    Ok, it's your choice, and I respect it. It's just that I'd like to just talk to you, without annoying waiting-for-the-post-then-waiting-a-while-for-you-to-replyness.
    Yeah, I also don't blame you for not trusting me, this is /b/ after all. It's just that I was there with your first thread, and I wanted to chat. I know it's stupid, but what are you gonna do?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:56:00 No.21077624
    Activity suggestion, not too social and possibly hard unless she's got good control with her prostetic arm:

    Metroid games. Lots of them.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:57:18 No.21077697
    Well, like I said, I'm not much of an IM person, anyway...are there any programs as anonymous-friendly as /b/ is?
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:58:02 No.21077731
    get her some folk metal... subway to sally (I´m german) come to mind, or anything like that.
    >> 02/23/07(Fri)23:59:20 No.21077790
    introduce her to the first season of rozen maiden.

    if i was a little half-japanese loli, i'm pretty sure that would brighten my day.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:00:37 No.21077847
    This Anon is in the favour of continuous updates by threads, and thus hath spoken. it´s like a book, noone ever shall get any updates, unless the author decides to publish them, and then completely.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:00:56 No.21077867
    Bad idea. Remember the whole Sugintou "junk" scenes?
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:02:14 No.21077944
    One day she will be older. I can only imagine if like Nurse-kun makes any influence on her life and then she finds all the logs. ;_;
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    Except they go about the whole show yelling "FATHER! FATHER!"

    Not so great.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:03:16 No.21077996

    Because all metal is devil worshiping and violence! AMIRITE?

    While yes, there are metal subgenres that contain such things, not all do. Progressive for example, would be fine for a 7 year old. Really, it's pretty much progressive rock (Queen, Styx, Pink Floyd, etc.) but with more of a metal edge. And really, I see nothing wrong with a 7 year old hearing progressive rock. Hell, I pretty much grew up on progressive rock.

    Seriously, to assume that just because a few subgenres of a genre are inappropiate for a child, dosen't mean that all the subgenres are.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:05:12 No.21078077
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    Hm, maybe mIRC, but I don't know. How about email? I have a safe exchange plan, but It's all up to you. In unrelated news, here, have a metroid.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:06:13 No.21078124
    And just look at you now!
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:06:21 No.21078130
    Well, I like to think she's rational enough to know the difference between herself and a doll, but she's also a kid, and with an active enough mind to really think about it...too much, really.

    Which would be the main reason I've thought it might not be a good idea, should I start piping in animu on my laptop or something.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:06:31 No.21078141
    IRC + Proxy
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:06:45 No.21078148
    Sup Nurse-kun. On the subject of music, maybe some techno?
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:09:41 No.21078287
    Lets be serious though, if she grew up playing piano and violin while attending a school for the 'gifted', the chances of her appreciating any genre of metal are slim to none, be it death, progressive, or any other form. No one is claiming that "all metal is devil worshiping and violence", but at the same time, it almost certainly wouldn't be an ideal choice.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:09:51 No.21078292
    Techo is, was and always will be shit.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:10:19 No.21078319
    Well, she likes classical stuff. How about some soundtracks? Anime or otherwise?
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:12:08 No.21078418
    Unless you use a proxy, there pretty much isn't a program that is as anonymous
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:13:00 No.21078459
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    Seriously. The only band I listened to from age 4 to 16 was Pink Floyd, and The Wall was my first movie.I turned out great!
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:13:24 No.21078474
    I'm not too l33t, so my worry would be that I'd either a) mess up the proxy, flashing the world my sundry sundries, b) not do the proxy well enough, letting people tear it/them down, or c) wind up in federal pound-you-in-the-ass prison.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:15:32 No.21078564
    How about U2?
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:15:37 No.21078568
    That's a shame. I'm probably not the only person here who wouldn't mind getting to know the man behind the loli(figuratively).
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:19:43 No.21078728

    I'm sorry, but that just seems a tad...close minded. Assuming that because a person is smarter, they wouldn't appreciate metal. I feel you may be underestimating metal, more than a little bit. Honestly, some of the smartest people I know listen to metal.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:20:37 No.21078768
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:21:57 No.21078815
    Lies, all of it.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:22:37 No.21078842
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    Ok then...how about trying an e-mail? I'll make a temp fake e-mail account, you securely send me your e-mail, then I'll reply with my real bona-fide address, and trust me, I'll never EVER give it to anyone, under any circumstance. I'm being true to my word here. I swear, I'm speaking the god's honest truth here. Probably the main reason that I want to talk to you so badly is...well...

    I need someone to talk to that will understand. And I see that you can do that, and so much more. I just want you as a confidant and friend to talk to when I feel like crap. All the people I know would just shun me like always...so please? I know it sounds really stupid, but you get it, right?
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:26:18 No.21078986
    Not because they are smarter per se, but because they grew up in a setting where metal was almost certainly nonexistant. Kids who are 7 years old and attending 'gifted' schools generally do not have any sort of taste for metal. Call it ignorant or whatever you like, but it's the truth.
    >> 02/24/07(Sat)00:27:13 No.21079024
    dude, how stupid do you think he is?

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