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How do I find a new doctor?

Started this discussion. Last reply by terry sperling Jul 16, 2013. 3 Replies

So I moved into a new area.My dad got me a doctor but he and I don't see eye to eye.At first it was my intuition which sensed something off about him but then I began to sense that this new doctor…Continue

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Manliness Club in High School

Started this discussion. Last reply by John May 24, 2013. 41 Replies

I've been inspired by the posts of this site and have decided to form a Manliness Club at my school.The situation is that it's a small school with about 30-50 students so every Thursday all the girls…Continue

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Penelope replied to John's discussion How do I find a new doctor?
"0. Get the list of doctors who accept your insurance from your insurance company. There may be 2 lists: "preferred" or "tier one" vel cetera doctors, where you pay a lower co-pay, and "approved" or "tier 2"…"
Jul 16, 2013
John replied to Fabricante's discussion Study and Exercise
"During. Have you heard of the serial position effect, if so then forgive me for explaining. Which means things in the primacy and recency of your study session is better remembered then the middle. So during the middle of your study…"
Jul 16, 2013
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How do I find a new doctor?

So I moved into a new area.My dad got me a doctor but he and I don't see eye to eye.At first it was my intuition which sensed something off about him but then I began to sense that this new doctor was needy and unconfident.Even if he isn't, I just have a feeling that this doctor is not the right one for me so now I want to get a new doctor.From what I know so far, I'll have to:1. Search for doctors accepting new patients in my area.2. Check their qualifications on the medical board.3. Check…See More
Jul 16, 2013
John replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"Well it's been a while and I'm happy to say the Man's club is actually a thing. It's just too bad I no longer go to that school. Fortunately I'm still welcomed to the club. Suggested it to one of the teacher and he…"
May 24, 2013
John replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"They are called the Women's Empowerment club and I'm pretty sure they aren't the negative type of feminist not sure if they're actually feminist at all?"
Mar 21, 2013
John replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"My bad, it's not the Feminist club, it's called the Women's Empowerment Club"
Mar 21, 2013
David F. replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"I agree with what you wrote and it is well stated. I guess I take feminist to be of the Susan B Anthony type. I take radical feminists to be the men must step aside now type. But that is only my definition. "
Mar 19, 2013
Penelope replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"+1 I was lumping together all "feminists," because I was pointing out that 90% of self-styled "feminism" today is the stuff AoM would have to be jerky and hypocritical to object to: For example, Sheryl Sandberg hosting dinner…"
Mar 19, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"Another is that professional activists have to be upset about something to avoid unemployment.  There's a disincentive to admitting when the job is finished.  The 10% get louder when the 90% don't care anymore.   I…"
Mar 19, 2013
Penelope replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"Certainly there are meanings of "feminism" that relate to equality. "Back in the day" it was about equal franchise and property rights. Hardly anyone today disagrees with these aspects of the "feminist movement," though…"
Mar 19, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"Different and equal aren't mutually exclusive.  Reasonable people are concerned about political, economic and social equality ... not physical equality.  Whether women have an equal vote and a chance to…"
Mar 19, 2013
Paul_of_TX replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"If you will open your eyes and look at the facts they are not equal they are different. Both genders in general have different strengths and weaknesses. At certain tasks one is usually better than the other overall; not looking at two specific…"
Mar 19, 2013
StaggerLee replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"Maybe a light mostly for fun tax if caught with pants hanging off the ass or in a button down shirt with the sleeves cut off anywhere but the farm or other manual labor site."
Mar 19, 2013
Milo Morris replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"Sorry. I was having a little fun there."
Mar 19, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"Because some feminists are worth opposing. JB"
Mar 19, 2013
David F. replied to John's discussion Manliness Club in High School
"I think that feminism is term that means meany different things to many different people.  So given this how do you define feminism?  How is id not related to equality? And what is a "vag-badge"?…"
Mar 19, 2013

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