Hi all! Just came across this website with some really good cartoons that aren't funny at all, but super good anyways. This one made me sad ... but it's also very good. In other news ... it will never stop snowing.
I know this isn't totally O-deck on-topic, but I thought this was a really well-made video that encapsulates all the shitty things about being a woman in a male-dominated work world.
It seems to me that the U.S. is screwed. Not because we don't have the capacity to make the world a better place but because we no longer have will to make it a better place. We are out-rage saturated. We have no more fucks to give. We can't concentrate on the things that matter because the things that don't matter…
I'm so annoyed with Congress. They know they're wrong. The press knows they're wrong. But all of them are ignoring that fact in order to bash a President ... who is only following the Constitution. Double Speak. Double fucking speak. On the issue of seeking congressional approval to attack ISIS in Syria .... You can't…
I'm just going to put this out there even if it shouldn't necessarily be applied here.
There are a lot of problems with side-effect labels. Not least of which is that anecdotal evidence is often used to COA for the company or for the FDA. You can report what you think are side effects through the FDA's MedWatch program ... cause that's science. I would trust the studies over the label.
It's not about direct cause. It's about how it can potentially impact a woman. How a woman can react to certain hormonal changes. Other women? No issue, I'm sure. Some? Oh hell yes.
You seem sincere so I'll try to explain this politely. I hope I hit that tone well.
I know TLDR: I highlighted the parts that are important. Promise, it's not me yelling :)
I think I understand more clearly what you're saying, though I /irrationally/ prefer the slash-italics shorthand over using HTML tags or the like.
Maybe I will! ^_^
I did this a few years back and it was daunting - primarily because I could not organize as I went. I was working on my in-laws photos and did not know who was who or when photos were taken or where they were taken. So my advice, if you are in this situation, is to digitize first and worry about organization later.
I hope that in 500 years no one will be offended by a black person dressing as a white person for Halloween or a white person dresses like a black person for Halloween. That would be a tragic continuation of a racial divide in this world that we should work against, right?
If you're like me, and chances are you aren't in many ways, you love Google+. I especially love the way that it autobacks up my camera pictures. However, I find myself at a lose in organizing those pictures. The albums are clunky, it's hard to tell which pictures are and aren't in albums already, it's hard to download…