Cracking the online dating code
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They can definitely reprimand or even fire your husband if part of the package of employing him is that his wife is going to send angry messages to his coworkers.
Some or all of the wheels moved each time the operator typed a character at the teleprinter keyboard (or in the case of an ‘auto’ transmission from a pre-punched tape, each time a new letter was read in from the tape). They stood side by side in a single row, like plates in a dish rack.
(The complete teleprinter alphabet is shown in Appendix 1: The teleprinter alphabet.) When a message in teleprinter code is placed on paper tape, each letter (or other keyboard character) takes the form of a pattern of holes punched across the width of the tape. The first Tunny radio link, between Berlin and Athens/Salonika, went into operation on an experimental basis in June 1941. The two central exchanges for Tunny traffic were Strausberg near Berlin for the Western links, and Königsberg for the Eastern links into Russia.
In July 1944, the Königsberg exchange closed and a new hub was established for the Eastern links at Golssen, about 20 miles from the Wehrmacht’s underground command headquarters south of Berlin.
He had an affair with a coworker for three years before we met and for about five months after we were together.
He denied having the affair, but I found all of their emails, texts and so on. He says that he has nothing more to do with her, but he sold her some Super Bowl squares and I threw a big fit and sent her an email telling her to stay away from my husband and I was not telling her again.
And more importantly than any of this, the right person to address this kind of thing with is your husband, not his coworker.
He’s the one whose behavior matters to your marriage.
During the final stages of the war, the Tunny network became increasingly disorganised.
One carried the radio equipment, which had to be kept well away from teleprinters for fear of interference.
Sometimes a land line was used in preference to radio.
In this case, the truck carrying the Tunnies was connected up directly to the telephone system.
The Tunny machine Tunny was one of three types of teleprinter cipher machine used by the Germans.