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It's a mistake to hide behind the supposed shield of the severity and pervasiveness requirements. Harassment law puts at risk speech -- including religious proselytizing, bigoted political statements, sexually themed humor, and sexually suggestive art -- whether or not it's severe or pervasive. Whether this burden is justified is a matter that's been extensively debated elsewhere; but there should be no denying that the burden exists.
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." This makes sense as a matter of substantive harassment law: For instance, if I (a Jew) know my coworker is a virulent anti-Semite, I might find it hard to work around him even if he's always polite to my face. Having to work around people who hate you (even politely hate you) might well create a "hostile, abusive, or offensive work environment." But this shows that harassment law provides no safe harbor even when one is talking to coworkers who one knows won't be offended -- any bigoted statements made at work may lead to harassment liability.
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I guess God blessed me although I did not feel that way the first few days as the pain was terrible. I had a bilateral total knee replacement on April 29th, 2013. I am 58 yrs old and weigh in around 205-210 and am 6’3″. I came home on day 4 as day two they left in the nerve and pain blocks but by 10 the next morning I walked about 100 feet. I do believe that the pre-op exercising of the legs is by far the biggest thing that gets left out site after site. I worked quads, hams, and inner and outer legs for 3 days a week hard maxing out on the 3rd set of each exercise and limping out of the gym due to my left leg being so bad ( my fault I kept putting it off and playing basketball with my 2 sons 21 and 24) but within 10 days I was walking with no aid at all around the house..doing the therapy was murder but it is temporary where prior to it was forever, right. Stretch those knees, make it hurt and hold it there for at least 20 seconds if possible or work up to that. By day 14 I had walked 3 straight days of 1 mile in about 35 minutes. At end of week 3 I was able to walk 3 miles without stopping in 1 hour and 30 minutes thought right leg did swell some I propped it up and iced it with some ibuprofen, ( was off all pain killers except otc by day 14.) I was back at work after 4 weeks and I am just past week 5 and every hour or so I walk for 2-3 minutes and do 2-3 hard knee bends with each knee for 20-30 seconds and am walking the 3 miles in just over an hour, missing it by 3-6 minutes depending on day. My experience is that the harder you work bending or trying to improve the rom and walking to improve circulation and going to the gym and do light work outs..you know which pain is no good and to stop but do the quads, hams, and inner and outer legs too ( adductor and abductor machines ). On the first day of week 3 my ROM was 107 for the left and 103 for the right ( which by the way had the drain knocked out on way to recovery and never did get drained so the left drained 600ml while the right drained zero which explains why it is still tighter and does not have the ROM yet. I had 6 days of in house therapy and they sent me to out patient where I had one day and picked up a copy of their exercises and am doing this on my own. Does it hurt… only during therapy..but its a good hurt as I know. One drawback is I do not know what my ROM is but 1 week ago I could not do the leg extension machine for my quads as the right leg could not get under the roller but within a week I can and though I was doing 240 10 times for a 3rd set before operation I am only at 100 lbs for 3rd set. Why no one tells you that you lose so much strength in your quads and hams etc is irresponsible…and the pre-op exercise routine should be so much more extensive and I think the post-op would be so much better for everyone.
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hi all, i am 11 weeks post op and thought i would try and give some hope to people thinking will this ever end, week 1 to 4 is more about the pain and the rom, we expected a degree of pain after the op and with the pain meds it is usually very uncomfortable rather than pain that bothers us. For me weeks 4-6 was probably the worst, for the simple reason that i was poorly informed,this is the time when you start thinking when will this end. for the most of us the longest you have ever felt unwell is a dose of flu 2weeks max now you are double or treble that were the meds have really kicked in and you might be feeling sickly nearly every day, Then all of a sudden everything turns around. week 7-9 the haziness starts lifting the sickness leaves which is down to cutting back on the meds little by little. Week 9-11 the dissapointment i felt during this period is what you will see often on this site called the rollercoaster,you are walking about with the biggest smile on your face relatively pain free compared to the previos months and thinking to yourself thank god thats over with when bang you are on the couch again with a bag of ice wrapped around your knee for 3days, this is the time you should have a smile on your face it is just your knee saying we are nearly there but dont push me.i hope my experience gives people in the early early weeks of this horrible procedure an idea that the worst 1-8 weeks will soon be over but a lot of work still to be done.