I gained an appreciation for things I should have appreciated all along. I "lost" my entire family for 7 days. When I finally "found" them, the destuction of my house meant very little. I learned that "stuff" doesn't make me happy. I relocated for a while and realized how I love my city. I could never willingly live anywhere else.
Can someone please explain how it is legal for a doctor to "force" a patient to have a medical procedure that serves no medical purpose? I am specifically speaking of the ultrasound in this case. And please, I don't care what side of the fence you're on. I'm not looking to have a moral discussion, I'm interested in the legality of this.
"Where are we going to get the seeds?" How about ANY high school?
Wah wah wah! All I heard from the cab companies in this entire article is "No FAIR! Poor US!". You know what? Had you been upgrading yourselves for the last 70 years, no one would even notice Uber. It's your own fault that people are looking for something else. If you can't keep up with technology and the pace of this life, then get out of the business. Using government to step in cuz you're too weak to fight your own battles makes you look even worse. If you can't stand the heat...
Do y'all have something we can import into a calendar...preferably a device calendar?
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