1. Food and sleep are for the unmotivated. I used to think I needed food and water/soda/coffee/Red Bull to operate at maximum capacity. The Sacramento Republicans, however, are mere amateurs when compared to the Ray Ban kings in Washington. Republicans still cling to the myth that tax cuts not only cure all problems but even pay for themselves (something even Bush’s budget director conceded was not true). In 20 years of supply side economic rule, our national debt has grown by $7.5 trillion which shockingly is $3 trillion more (in current dollars) than during the many challenges and crises of the Roosevelt Truman era (which included the New Deal, World War II, the GI Bill, the Berlin Airlift and the Marshall Plan)..
I am emotionally attached to many places for different reasons. The Red Sea because I began my career there, the Coral Triangle because of the ultra marine biodiversity but I am especially connected to Gardens of the Queen National Park, Cuba, a marine sanctuary that resembles the untouched Caribbean of my youth. I have had life changing encounters on the Canadian sea ice with harp seals, a species that became the face of climate change for us, drawing us back to document the harp seal pups’ struggle to survive in a world of unstable ice..
I been at a free standing ER for about 4 months PRN (only working sporadically, not a regular schedule) and I only just starting to feel comfortable there. Their equipment (CT X ray) are antiquated and I had never done lab/MA stuff before. I had serious nerves every time a patient walked/walks in but its getting better..
I wish i could be as optimistic as you are but to me that optimism sounds more like naivity and denial. 1 point submitted 1 month agoCapitalist societies are based on profit and GDP growth. That is, capitalism is based on the exploration of workers and resources.
D Conn. 4th Yes Hoyer, Steny H. D MD 5th Yes Huffman, Jared D Calif. Like most modern women, I used to think very differently. I had always assumed that, when I gave birth, my husband would be there at my side. When I discovered I was pregnant in January 2012, I’d already been through two miscarriages.
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