Working on the sabbath? No problem.
Eating shellfish? Love me some lobster!
Tattoo? What's wrong with a little self expression?
Homosexuality? Whoa, whoa, whoa!! Time to dig out my christian ID card.
According to this guy's logic, I don't understand how he can even work for Calgary Transit. If his christian beliefs are so important, I don't know how he can work for a company that endorses equality and tolerance.
While it would be great if science worked the way many of the press releases proclaim it; unfortunately, science is somewhat slow and plodding.
The letter is signed by me, Julie Borlaug (granddaughter of Norman Borlaug), Dr. Alison Van Eenannaam, , The Hawaii Farmer's Daughter, , from Nurse Loves Farmer, It's MomSense, The Foodie Farmer, and from .
Read it here, then share and tweet with hashtag #Moms4GMOs!!
I'm pretty sure that was one of the titles the author desperately wanted to use for this story.
"...Glass, which is increasingly being used as a platform for innovations in healthcare to benefit patients, physicians, and medical personnel, has already entered clinical practice." ...Read more:
#googleglass #medicine #tech #doctors #healthcare
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