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  1. I was the same way with my E-mail when I first got it. There was a certain point when I went on vacation and didn't check it for over a week, when I did check it I just didn't want to take care of 30+ E-mails so I didn't. Then that number grew and grew and there are now literally tens of thousands of unopened E-mails in my account.

  2. This is me, I’ve had my email account since I was 11 and honestly I don’t need 90% of them but I’m never gonna clean it out

  3. You’re not gonna be happy about the 60 unread texts on my phone then

  4. You don’t get health insurance or any benefits at Banfield if you’re part time, and you definitely won’t be moving up. “We need a CSC and will train you as a VA” is code for “we’re paying you $18/hr to do multiple people’s jobs because we can’t hire fast enough “

  5. Server is fine for me. If you’re having issues call help desk central

  6. I hope we at least stay too 3 or too 5. A lot of these games shouldn’t even be contenders (Stray, Minecraft, Fortnight) but the internet is dumb

  7. Excellent! Sub 20 is always an amazing achievement for EHZ1

  8. But games are meant to entertain if it's boring doesn't it mean it's bad?

  9. No, not necessarily. I can still enjoy the game, even if it’s not thrilling or exciting, it’s very neutral

  10. What exactly are you looking to focus on? Are you a distance runner or sprinter? What surface do you prefer (ie track, road/concrete, trail)?, is your goal faster times or longer distances, or enjoyment/fitness?

  11. Pros: benefits, relatively casual appointments( you’ll almost never see emergency/critical cases), they’re everywhere if you feel like moving

  12. That last part especially sucks when you live in a rural area. I once worked in an area that has a few small clinics, two Banfield locations and a massive teaching hospital. On weekends I was the only client staff on duty, and the other Banfield closed on Sunday, as did virtually every private clinic for 50 miles. I had to triage way more emergencies than I was comfortable with, and was way under equipped to help people that just ran in the door yelling for help. Once had a dog nearly die on me because she was vomiting blood and the owner was screaming at poor teenage me to do something. Luckily someone came to help before I could react but that one traumatized me because of how bad shape that poor dog was in and I felt guilty for not knowing better. Luckily I called the owner the next day and we apologized to each other and the dog got transferred to the teaching hospital but that was the day I decided to quit.

  13. Pros: highest pay in some areas, Little complexity, decent benefits, smaller clinics, very set in stone structure.

  14. Working in a trauma ward its amazing the difference between unrestrained passengers vs people wearing seat belts. The unrestrained one have really cool injuries like damage to the aorta, intracranial hemorrhage with stroke like symptoms. Seatbelts other other hand are so boring, barely ever worth CT scan with contrast.

  15. Also buckle up your pets the injuries I have seen from someone’s dog becoming a bullet in their car is horrific. Not to mention what happens to the dog.

  16. Yep. Used to work in a veterinary ER and a MVA was an automatic code blue

  17. That’s not a good therapist. You can learn calming techniques and ways to deal with your thoughts. This is a very clear cut case and I feel like if you can’t get another therapist this is something you could work through with self help materials

  18. The real atrocity is not listening to “work that sucker to death”

  19. I've personally seen a lot of people getting it just in case they see a stranger on the street who is ODing. To me that's what's strange. And some of these people rarely leave their homes and are never in areas where they are likely to encounter someone ODing. Not that it couldn't happen but yeah.

  20. How is that strange? A lot of community programs encourage this. I know my university does as do many local municipal programs

  21. The correct name for that in the community is CD11, FYU

  22. Don’t worry, I got the controller. I just hope the camera doesn’t start to do weird shit like in SA DX

  23. It’s dumb. The AI is stupid and they don’t explain what any of the metrics actually mean.

  24. The "AI" really isn't as real as it's made out to be. It's literally a word counter and the "open endedness" evaluation isn't accurate at times.

  25. Yea. It also doesn’t explain metric like formatting. My post is already broken up every few sentences into paragraphs, what more do you want me to do??

  26. I did mine at 6 months. The amount of benefit you get from waiting is minimal to the toll going through heat takes on the body.

  27. Funniest thing, I don’t know why but doxies seem to love carrots. The vet thinks it’s the strangest thing but they’re not bad as a treat

  28. Use the ramp to the right. Stand at the bottom, face left and super peel out. Though outside the extra life the items are useless - the speed shoes timer will always run out before the fight begins so it’s a novelty at best.

  29. I feel like its a bit sad how easily the field being rushed is. I dont mean from a security stand point, more mean from game significance standpoint

  30. Agreed. Like even the vibe didn’t feel right last night and I was a bit miffed. Bama, totally get, last night? Nope

  31. Those and sophomore, juniors, and seniors did lose a year or two of their social life, let em in

  32. Interesting point. I was in the student section and from wha it could tell, it was mostly seniors and juniors. When we rushed during Bama last year there was a lot more people coming from upper decks. But last night it was mostly the older kids from first deck. Though bear in mind given the weather, the kids who were there were kids who wanted to be there and really care about CFB.

  33. My favorites are: "I've never seen this before" and "that's really rare, it's cool that I got to see it"

  34. This happens to me becuase I have a rare eye condition with some rarely studied complications. I actually like to when PCP’s and young docs get interested because it gives me hope that more people can get properly treated. My father went his whole lifetime with the condition and it wasn’t diagnosed until I was born and a smart med student recognized what I had from a textbook. My dad is older now and will likely lose his sight due to all the mistreatment from doctors not understanding and I hope that people letting themselves be studies could help alleviate this

  35. I'm so sorry for your father but hopeful for you. It's kind of amazing what life changes can occur because you crossed paths with one particular person (in this case referring to the med student)

  36. It’s really a shame that toe and finger prosthetics aren’t typically covered. My dad lost a toe earlier this year and has been fighting with insurance to get one covered, but has been struggling. In the meantime, he’s taped a 11mm socket onto his toes to fill the void until he can get one.

  37. It’s really dumb. Toes are integral to balance and coordination and not having own not only puts strain on other parts of the foot that can cause problems but also makes someone a higher fall risk and could limit their ability to do activities and play sports. Fingers again affect coordination and ability to do daily activities. Even soothing like a pinky or info finger is used way more than one may imagine

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