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(Fairbanks Daily Newsminer)   Want to know when a unit has been home for 9 months after a deployment? Check the birth rate at the local base   (newsminer.com) divider line 58
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2013-03-02 04:26:38 PM  

Kiz: What's really sad is that it actually takes 10 months from conception to birth.


Fail. You might want to take a biology class.

Anyway, I have a welcome home baby. I am pretty sure I got pregnant the very first night. I would never recommend it because it made readjusting to being a couple really difficult, especially since I was too ill to have any more sex after about a month. But it was nice having a BUNCH of people I know have babies the same time as me. I had lots of friends going through the same things which made being a new mother much easier.
 
2013-03-02 05:01:36 PM  

ace in your face: Fail. You might want to take a biology class.

Anyway, I have a welcome home baby. I am pretty sure I got pregnant the very first night. I would never recommend it because it made readjusting to being a couple really difficult, especially since I was too ill to have any more sex after about a month. But it was nice having a BUNCH of people I know have babies the same time as me. I had lots of friends going through the same things which made being a new mother much easier.


Wait, you've had a kid and don't know that the average pregnancy is 40 weeks? 40 weeks = 10 months.  You guys really ARE too stupid to wrap it up.
 
2013-03-02 05:28:45 PM  

gadian: ace in your face: Fail. You might want to take a biology class.

Anyway, I have a welcome home baby. I am pretty sure I got pregnant the very first night. I would never recommend it because it made readjusting to being a couple really difficult, especially since I was too ill to have any more sex after about a month. But it was nice having a BUNCH of people I know have babies the same time as me. I had lots of friends going through the same things which made being a new mother much easier.


Wait, you've had a kid and don't know that the average pregnancy is 40 weeks? 40 weeks = 10 months.  You guys really ARE too stupid to wrap it up.


If you think that CONCEPTION until birth is 40 weeks then you are a farking Moran.  From the last period ie WEEKS before conception to the due date is 40 weeks. This would mean you were already "pregnant" before you had even had sex. Which is why the term is incredibly stupid. You should look into that biology class too.

 
2013-03-02 07:48:16 PM  

ace in your face: gadian: ace in your face: Fail. You might want to take a biology class.
Anyway, I have a welcome home baby. I am pretty sure I got pregnant the very first night. I would never recommend it because it made readjusting to being a couple really difficult, especially since I was too ill to have any more sex after about a month. But it was nice having a BUNCH of people I know have babies the same time as me. I had lots of friends going through the same things which made being a new mother much easier.
Wait, you've had a kid and don't know that the average pregnancy is 40 weeks? 40 weeks = 10 months.  You guys really ARE too stupid to wrap it up.
If you think that CONCEPTION until birth is 40 weeks then you are a farking Moran.  From the last period ie WEEKS before conception to the due date is 40 weeks. This would mean you were already "pregnant" before you had even had sex. Which is why the term is incredibly stupid. You should look into that biology class too.


And both of you are missing the point that 40 weeks doesn't equal 10 months. 40 weeks is 280. Divide that by an average of 30 days per month and you get 9.3333 months.
 
2013-03-02 07:49:46 PM  

Tobin_Lam: CarrieWhite: buzzcut73: [static.squarespace.com image 400x384]

/Oblig


The guy got to come back in the middle of deployment? Does that happen often or was he back due to other emergency circumstances?


I have no idea, as it's not even my country. I just looked up the specifics of this case.
 
2013-03-03 02:07:45 AM  

Kiz: What's really sad is that it actually takes 10 months from conception to birth.


No, it takes 38 weeks, which is nearly exactly 9 months. For reasons unknown, the normal way of numbers weeks of pregnancy starts two weeks before conception.
 
2013-03-03 03:13:37 AM  

CPT.Goodlaw: knbwhite: jaylectricity: Just what we need...more kids living on taxpayer dollars.

IIRC, there is no more pay, since a married soldier is getting the "with dependent" subsistence allowance.  The extra expense to the gov  is the he medical care, and perhaps larger quarters on base.

As an E-5 with 3 kids we needed WIC to get by.  Lived in a place where I didn't want to be and missed the birth of one of my kids due to Desert Storm.  That's part of the deal though.

That's not true anymore.  It's bullshiat.

A SGT (4 years of service) with a Dependapotomus and two kids at Fort Drum has a yearly cash flow of about $52k.  I think it is great!  Better yet, the soldier wouldn't even pay income tax!  (I bet they'll tell you they are taxed too much and love getting their "refund")

Annual Base Pay: $30360
Annual Base Pay - Pay Roll taxes (7.65%): $28037.46
Annual BAS and BAH (Tax Free): $20823.24
Taxable income: $2560
EITC: $3530
Year Cash Flow: $52,390.7
Monthly Cash Flow: $4365.89
Marginal Rax Rate: -6.2%

And you know what, they still qualify for WIC!


Something about "Allowances" not being considered income, maybe? And that kids cost lots of money, like housing them and feeding them, clothing them and then eventually educating them? But hey, don't let that get in the way of some righteous anger of your's. 

But what do I know, I only did my 6 years and got out for my degree.

/single
//didn't get that much
 
2013-03-03 08:22:37 AM  

buzzcut73: [static.squarespace.com image 400x384]

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maybe she used sperm from teh sperm bank
 
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