Without spoiling anything, we just watched the latest episode of Shameless and I have to tell you all: Mythbusters busted the myth that the ending moment works that way.
Kid goes on a tear in a neighborhood
Saw a reddit post titled "This absolute little bastard" and I opened it, expecting it to be somewhat humorous of someone losing their mind. What I instead saw was a heartbreaking video of a kid acting out and rebelling. A kid who was clearly mistreated and possibly abused, leaving him to act like this in an effort to establish control and authority and power in a life where he likely feels powerless and has to act out this way. Just awful and heartbreaking.
Originally I was going to share the link here, but I decided not to because this is a kid. This is a kid who needs help, not to be on display for the Internet mob to go after and judge or laugh at.
It's a less troubling thing now that the vaccines have begun to roll out, but it is still hard to believe we will see the Olympics this year. If it happens, I will be very excited at the prospect of working from home and watching day-long broadcasts.
Among the names is Dr. Oz. To say I am disappointed is an understatement.
Hickam's dictum is a counterargument to the use of Occam's razor in the medical profession. While Occam's razor suggests that the simplest explanation is the most likely, implying in medicine that diagnosticians should assume a single cause for multiple symptoms, one form of Hickam's dictum states: "A man can have as many diseases as he damn well pleases." The principle is attributed to John Hickam, MD.
Just had my best round of Geoguessr ever. 24,216 (out of 25,000) points. No googling or searching, just spent a fair bit of time clicking through the maps. Definitely got lucky that none of them were rural middle of nowhere locations.
I don't know of another company with an invention track record as good as Amazon's, and I believe we are at our most inventive right now. I hope you are as proud of our inventiveness as I am. I think you should be.
Alright, settle down Jeff. I think you might be a little overstepping here.
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