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Go on, tell me how marvelous traditional Chinese "medicine" is. 
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+Daniel J. Stern Technically, dentistry is medicine.  Politically, dentistry is not medicine.  I know someone who was turned away from the ER with a massive toothache, and a giant abscess in his mouth, because it was a "dental" issue.  A kid died in our dorms because he was in such pain over a toothache (that was not 'medical' according to the student health system) that he killed his liver with acetaminophen.
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     "Marine Purity". "Mountain Breeze". "Summer Rain". "Zesty Lemon". What in the actual, literal fuck does perfume have to do with anything about dishes or the washing thereof? What idiot decided dish detergent has to be perfumed? 
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Halloween Hayride. I've been on one of those, and I sincerely doubt that is what the folks at Glade had in mind. 
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SCARLET MACAW

Common Name(s): Scarlet macaw

The Scarlet macaw is native to humid evergreen forests in the American tropics. Range extends from extreme south - eastern Mexico to Amazonian Peru and Brazil, in lowlands up to 500 m (1,640 ft) (at least formerly) up to 1,000 m (3,281 ft). It has been widely extirpated by habitat destruction and capture for the pet trade. Formerly it ranged north to southern Tamaulipas. It can still be found on the island of Coiba. It is also the Honduran national bird.

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Scarlet macaws are large colorful parrots that live in Central and South America . The plumage is mostly scarlet, but the rump and tail-covert feathers are light blue, the greater upperwing coverts are yellow, the upper sides of the flight feathers of the wings are dark blue as are the ends of the tail feathers, and the undersides of the wing and tail flight feathers are dark red with metallic gold iridescence. Some individuals may have green on the wings near the yellow band. Three subspecies present varying widths in their yellow wing band. There is bare white skin around the eye and from there to the bill. Tiny white feathers are contained on the face patch. The upper mandible is mostly pale horn in color and the lower is black. Sexes are alike, although tail feathers of males may be longer than females. Also, bills of males may be slightly larger. The only difference between ages is that young birds have dark eyes, and adults have light yellow eyes.

Some scientists think that the scarlet macaws found in Central America, called Ara macao cyanoptera, are a different subspecies from those found in Brazil, called Ara macao macao. The South American scarlet macaw is a red and yellow bird with white patches on its face and green feathers on its wings. The Central American scarlet macaw is also red and yellow with white patches on its face, but is larger and has blue on its wings instead of green.



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Perfect!
 
Awesome response to overt racism.
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Now that I'm more awake, I can finally appreciate the quote, +Adam Stein.

I apologize again for my earlier stupidity and with your permission will use that quote in my classes.
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I can't decide whether to make the ugly-American comment or the humans-spoil-everything comment. 
EXCLUSIVE: A Minnesota father of two is discovered to be the hunter who shot dead Cecil – one of Zimbabwe's most loved lions
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My take is lions should now get to perform dentistry on this asswipe, at their leisure.
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Has anyone seen Donald Fieri and Guy Trump at the same place and time together? #AskingForAFriend  
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2013 was a difficult year for my car. Some dillweed tried to steal it, leaving it with a broken door handle, carved-up steering column, and sheetmetal damage. KP's fixed it fully and neatly. Then a few months later, some other dillweed kicked the car with a heavy boot or something, judging by what I saw when I went to drive it one morning. Again KP's did a super job to a high standard of craftsmanship. The work wa done on time, with clear communication and a functional courtesy car. My car came back to me cleaned and tidied inside and out. Obviously I hope never again to need auto body "dental" work—nobody ever looks forward to such a need—but if I do, I'm going straight back to KP's.
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