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Nunes formally resigns from Congress

This goes a long way to restore my faith in the people of Earth

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  1. Nothing resembling a hit on the VP happened on January 6th 2020. So I am going to assume you dont know what you are talking about.

  2. Hope you are watching the thrilling Jan 6 hearings for your own edification

  3. The wacko left just tried to murder a Supreme Court justice, I can confidently say that it’s still on the minds of those lunatics.

  4. Be careful of this landlord-he owns A LOT of rental properties in San Diego.

  5. Only for people without back problems. Just looking at this configuration gave me spinal disk protrusion and neck pains. Only for the healthiest of readers.

  6. I don’t know except that I like history and liked the look of old military portraits. The other problematic old white guy is Admiral Nelson-a copy of the only portrait of him not in uniform-killed by a sniper at the Battle of Trafalgar and brought back home to England in a barrel of brandy.

  7. Every year around this time I start to see tourists step over the chain link line at Sunset Cliffs, right past the "unstable cliffs" signs so that they can get super close for their social media selfies....as if the extra 3 feet really changes the view/angle. It's no wonder the # of deaths continues to increase there each year.

  8. One of my favourite books is called Death in the Canyon-bestseller in the Grand Canyon gift shop, btw-about how nature takes her revenge on arrogant and/or inattentive humans.

  9. I lived away for ten years and have returned to the area. My friend told me that during the interim,someone planted a tree in front of it to block the view from the street, but it is gone now. My friend would give instructions to his house as follows:”remember to take a right at the Googly Eyed Jesus.” Anyone have any information on when it was created, who the artist was, etc?

  10. The hottest new interior paint color, declared by interior designers and inspired by Susan Collins: “Furrow”

  11. Maybe something by Connie Willis? Either The Doomsday Book or To Say Nothing of the Dog?

  12. Do you ever stop and think who you are helping with comments like that? Did the fbi plan a kidnapping of a sitting governor? Obviously not. Does the fbi embed itself into criminal conspiracies in an attempt to thwart them? Yea that’s one of their main objectives. Court hearings here, and for Jan 6 for that matter, are all public information. You can see what these alleged criminals say in defense. None of these people say the fbi orchestrated these things, and they’d have everything to gain by claiming so. The fbi acts as information gatherers in these situations, and then provides that info to hq. But I suppose if you watch enough Fox News you’ll be convinced your own government is out to get you.

  13. No stopping and no thinking involved. Don’t waste your time using facts, data, and logic with zealots. It never works out the way it should.

  14. Left-leaning women get so much more vitriol from the right than left-leaning men do.

  15. As long as no liberal ish third party candidate runs we should be okay

  16. Its probably safe bet that the majority of surgeons are borderline if not straight up sociopaths.

  17. I think a lot of physicians choose the profession in order to defend against their own murderous impulses

  18. One expense is maintenance and making the lines less susceptible to starting wild fires. The other is defraying the cost to maintain the electricity grid with more people switching to solar. Even if costs theoretically stayed the same, less people are paying to maintain the infrastructure so individual costs go up even if costs stay the same.

  19. It seems in California the choice is between the public paying to bury power lines and the public getting incinerated by fires started by the power companies. And then the surviving members of the public foot the bill for the power companies getting sued for burning people to death but declaring bankruptcy.

  20. Yeah, those are. There’s a Dahl episode about a fur coat giving away an affair that’s missing too, far less grim, so I’m not sure it’s content.

  21. Beautiful! I'm worried about your painting. Does it get heat from the stove?

  22. The stovepipe is double walled, and the stove itself is set back in the niche-everything is okay. The painting is “Potato Nubble” by Philip Barter.

  23. It is like an old joke in an anonymous peer support program for sobriety-“how does one start one’s own AA meeting? With a resentment and a coffee pot!”

  24. Thank you for talking about your experience. I do realize that there are people at Cerner breaking their backs to make this work. I think the DoD culture of “doing something new” for no other reason than to make the next rank is largely to blame.

  25. I quit my job as a physician at Navy Medical Center San Diego this week because of MHS Genesis. Whenever I saw a patient for the first time using Genesis, there was nothing in the chart. None of their previous problem lists, allergies, medications, surgical procedures, medical history, etc., were transferred from the previous electronic health record. It was all like they were newborn babies. I put the data in myself until the access to the previous EHR was blocked. We have intermittent access to old information in another system called JLV, but that platform is unstable (and it has a poor UI, like Genesis, as well). The command was upset that our access to appointment times dramatically decreased because physicians were spending hours in their days entering old data that should have been transferred before the system went live. The DoD knew about this when it first changed over in the Pacific NW, but the DoD/Cerner still did not have any solution other than providers continuing to recreate the old chart manually. This is a serious patient safety issue.

  26. Cerner sucks and has always sucked and will always suck. MHS Genesis is Cerner in disguise

  27. I quit my job as a physician at Navy Medical Center San Diego this week because of MHS Genesis. Whenever I saw a patient for the first time using Genesis, there was nothing in the chart. None of their previous problem lists, allergies, medications, surgical procedures, medical history, etc., were transferred from the previous electronic health record. It was all like they were newborn babies. I put the data in myself until the access to the previous EHR was blocked. We have intermittent access to old information in another system called JLV, but that platform is unstable (and it has a poor UI, like Genesis, as well). The command was upset that our access to appointment times dramatically decreased because physicians were spending hours in their days entering old data that should have been transferred before the system went live. The DoD knew about this when it first changed over in the Pacific NW, but the DoD/Cerner still did not have any solution other than providers continuing to recreate the old chart manually. This is a serious patient safety issue.

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