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  1. Cds, radio, trying to make mix tapes, magazines, books, video games… talk on the phone

  2. I misread your first word as “CB’s”. My family had one rigged up. It was the ultimate ‘chat room’ chatting to truckers.

  3. I used to focus a lot on mental and physical health while brushing off spiritual health. I thought of spiritual health more so in the sense of religion and since I never practiced I assumed spiritual health wasn’t much of a concern for me.

  4. I don’t know what to say other than, Thank you so much for sharing your story. I wish you strength and happiness.

  5. If you think nurses got burnt out, go lookup how residents are being treated. Nurses' lives are easy in comparison to those of residents.

  6. I don’t doubt it. I feel for all who were / are affected. I just focused on nurses because I am one.

  7. Hide from the 00.01% of the remaining population while quietly celebrating.

  8. If you make an effort for a while, you regain sensitivity. You begin to notice when something has a lot of sugar in it, even from the smell, and some things are sickeningly full of sugar (as in, I now actually feel a little ill if I try to eat something like that). Sadly, it doesn't take long to get used to it again, allowing you to slip back into old habits.

  9. sugar is not that bad for you, its not poison get real. Its bad because we eat we to much. you are what we call being over dramatic

  10. Oh ok thanks for clearing that up for me. I’m out here living what I thought was a healthy life, but you’ve enlightened me, I’m just overly dramatic. Got it.

  11. Where did she think she was walking anyway, there was a person right in front of her.?

  12. i wonder what the plastic surgeon said lol .. people like this deserve to lose $$$

  13. Plastic surgeons are usually involved with face and hand punctures/ wounds because the structures are so small and there is often nerve/ tendon damage. You might be thinking of a cosmetic surgeon.

  14. Just buy a $2 rubber door stop. Wedge it under the door when you’re in there and it would be very difficult to open from the outside.

  15. Not when they don't bother to deliver the item and just leave a card without knocking.

  16. Under-staffing doesn't result in poor delivery methods by the drivers.

  17. Yeah it kinda does. When there isn’t the staff to do the job, so pressure is put on less staff to do more, it absolutely results in poor performance, fatigue, burnout, all of which means their compassion and desire to do a good job is low.

  18. This is truly beautiful. I can’t stop looking at it. The colours, the placement, the design. It’s just perfect.

  19. Finding a partner. I don’t know the statistics but I know I’ve reduced the pool by 50% just by knocking out one gender, then lessened it even further because not everyone of my gender is gay.

  20. Hair tied back due to nits. Single studs due to hoops ripping earlobes off. Unnatural hair colour because a majority of the school board agreed that as a sensible way to ensure uniformity.

  21. Natural hair colour because children of primary school age shouldn’t be exposed to hair dye chemicals, I would have thought.

  22. It’s also due to safety in science or technology type lessons where hair could be an obstruction

  23. That people glorify celebrities and influencers to the point that whatever they do makes online news, like it’s news that matters.

  24. And those “influencer’s” get life handed to them on a silver platter. Meanwhile scientists doing research to keep us healthy and disease free struggle to secure funding. Disgusting.

  25. Seeing a picture of a bird that flew onto a verandah is too distressing for you to handle?

  26. Wow such maturity. You must be so proud. Did you come up with that insult all by yourself? Please excuse me while I go cry in the corner at the ferocity of your words.

  27. Material stash!? That’s not a stash that’s a hoard. Maybe a haul? A plethora? please help me with more words to describe that amount of fabric. Awesome set up though.

  28. All I can think of is the closet full of material my mom left behind when she died and how Goodwill told us to take it to the dump.

  29. I’m sorry for your loss. I’m sure you know goodwill don’t know what they’re talking about. Quilters everywhere would flock to you to make sure nothing went to waste.

  30. I actually wrote a paper on this. Weirdly enough. But that by no means makes me an expert, and it was a long time ago. But here is the gist of what I found.

  31. This is interesting. I’d be keen to read the paper you wrote (though you probably don’t want to dox yourself) can you share your method of data collection?

  32. I mean we had street directories and maps. OP cartography existed before GPS

  33. Not trying to be snarky, but literally someone could break the glass, then unlock the deadbolt.

  34. But if you lock the deadbolt from the inside then they can’t Unlock the door. It still wont stop someone getting in but it just might stop them being able to take larger items out through the door.

  35. I live in Adelaide and I’ve noticed it’s absence in the last couple of weeks.

  36. Sounds awful and I’m sorry you had to go through that. But I’m gonna be that guy… you were given anti-biotics for a virus??

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