A little backgroundHey guys, I'm Pat, a 26-year old newly graduated nurse who is looking to go into pediatric intensive care nursing. In light of a lot of what's being focused on in the news these…Continue
"I wouldn't even say the logo is vaguely snarling. Huskies tend to have an intense look on their face and their eyes seem to stare straight through you. They are a beautiful creature and maybe like most other things that is why feminists are…"
"Apparently, a UConn feminist student has complained to the UConn Administration because, she says, the new UConn Husky logo "promotes rape" and "intimidates women". Beware, ladies and those sensitive to cartoon dogs ... the…"
"Single-payer systems are a whole other world. I don't know how much choice of doctor Canadians have, though I do know it varies across regions.
But your experience shouldn't surprise even those of us in pay-for-service systems. Because…"
"History lesson for fun:
I think women were becoming physicians in the US in the 1850s. Today's education structure for the professions, with specialized graduate schools, is relatively recent. In earlier days, it was all done in more of an…"
"I'd just like to remind everyone that at any university big enough to have a nursing program, there are going to be all sorts of icky ideas running around. There will be angry atheists and white supremacists, old-timers angry that women can…"
"I too stereotype or profile. I've told my 16 year old daughter to be wary of men following her after work. AND FOR GOOD REASON! We've recently had several women stopped at gunpoint and made to drive to an ATM to withdraw…"
"It's funny, I was just about to post about a book I read this week about called "Predators" about sexual predators and how to detect them.
Unfortunately, I have grown up since my childhood innocence and now know that sexual predators…"
People, the human body, severe weather, astronomy, dancing, music, travel/adventure, creativity
Chesapeake, Catcher in the Rye, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
The Fountain, The Fall.
The Black Keys, Cadillac Sky
"There's a school on the hill where the sons of dead sailors
Are led toward tempests and gales
Where their God-given wings are clipped close to their bodies
And their eyes are bound round with ships' sails."
- an old fisherman's song
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Hi there Patrick. Welcome to AoM. Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you with us.
"Plenty of economists from the Market Monetarists to hard-corps Kensians have dismissed the factuality of Laffer Curve.
It's to me more of the name for a chart, rather than a chart that tells a story.
The underpinnings of Laffer's assertion…"
"I think the gap between people's perception of violence and death and people's real experience with it is widening.
It's so rare for a person to see another person die, or to see a dead body that hasn't been "made up"…"
"Disregard. I should have looked up the book before responding. I have no idea about this tribalism. I am only familiar with how tribalism (dealing with tribal groups rather than conventional community groups)as it has grabbed the attention of the…"