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Old 12-05-2016, 07:21 PM   #1
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Is Active Captain down?

Wifey B: Is AC down for everyone or just an issue for us, perhaps DNS issue?

And now, the second question of the day. Baby born on flight from Philly to Orlando, which they decide then to land in Charleston. What do you put as place of birth on the birth certificate? Same thing if our to sea? Crossing or something. Do you put "Atlantic Ocean?" Might they even, if offshore and close to another country, be eligible for multiple citizenship's. Perhaps FL boat in Bahamian waters?

I guess sort of same question on death certificates.
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Old 12-05-2016, 07:34 PM   #2
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Old 12-05-2016, 07:39 PM   #3
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Wifey B: . Baby born on flight from Philly to Orlando, which they decide then to land in Charleston. What do you put as place of birth on the birth certificate?
The GPS Coordinates at time of delivery?

Actually, that wouldn't work, as GPS coordinates refer to a point on the earth, not 30,000 feet above it. How about the seat number on the plane?
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Old 12-05-2016, 09:13 PM   #5
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Wifey B: . Baby born on flight from Philly to Orlando, which they decide then to land in Charleston. What do you put as place of birth on the birth certificate?

The GPS Coordinates at time of delivery?

Actually, that wouldn't work, as GPS coordinates refer to a point on the earth, not 30,000 feet above it. How about the seat number on the plane?
Wifey B: I'm guessing it will end up being Charleston, although with birth certificates, who knows, as many as are falsified and changed for various reasons.
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Old 12-05-2016, 09:18 PM   #6
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Wifey B:... although with birth certificates, who knows, as many as are falsified and changed for various reasons.
Now now, the election is over.
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Old 12-05-2016, 09:24 PM   #7
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Now now, the election is over.
Wifey B: That wasn't politically targeted. It was for all the adopted kids who live with the altered birth certificates as well as for kids whose mother put a false father's name on it.
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Old 12-05-2016, 09:44 PM   #8
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AC isn't down. Jeff wrote on the subject a couple of weeks ago. I can't remember the details but it was something about you need to get in via E-boat cards or something?
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Old 12-05-2016, 09:53 PM   #9
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This works fine:

https://activecaptain.com/
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It is working fine here I signed on as usual.
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Wifey B: It works fine for me now. It didn't when I posted and I'd tried it over a few minutes.
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Wifey B: It works fine for me now. It didn't when I posted and I'd tried it over a few minutes.
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There was a server error tonight causing memory errors and a massive slow down of the server - it hadn't been rebooted in a month and probably needed it. I didn't notice it because we were out having too much fun at the wine & beer social at Brunswick Landing Marina.

It should be working now. Sorry for the disruption.
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There was a server error tonight causing memory errors and a massive slow down of the server - it hadn't been rebooted in a month and probably needed it. I didn't notice it because we were out having too much fun at the wine & beer social at Brunswick Landing Marina.

It should be working now. Sorry for the disruption.
Wifey B: It wasn't a big issue, just was checking to make sure it wasn't just us.
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Wifey B: It wasn't a big issue, just was checking to make sure it wasn't just us.
I know. But it was sort of the biggest issue I faced all day.

Seriously, thank you for posting about it. It helps to give it attention so it can be fixed.
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Either law or custom governs place of birth while airborne or at sea...even nationality.

Just read about it not too long ago...can't find links right now.

Believe port of entry for place, same for coroner and death, and nationality can be home country if offered.
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Wifey B: I'm guessing it will end up being Charleston, although with birth certificates, who knows, as many as are falsified and changed for various reasons.
Yep, in some states they will change it to anything you want. Pretty much rewriting history.
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And now, the second question of the day. Baby born on flight from Philly to Orlando, which they decide then to land in Charleston. What do you put as place of birth on the birth certificate? Same thing if our to sea? Crossing or something. Do you put "Atlantic Ocean?" Might they even, if offshore and close to another country, be eligible for multiple citizenship's. Perhaps FL boat in Bahamian waters?
Funny, my daughters have informed me three or four times now, their doctor won't let them fly during the third trimester. Maybe the doc is afraid the baby will be born on the airplane.
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Could call the kid Gerald McBoeing boeing.
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