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Calvin and Hobbes is a font of wisdom. It's easy to forget to think this way sometimes though.
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Larry, thought provoking as always :)
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Patrick Haggerty didn't know he was gay, but suspects that his father did when he told him not to hide his identity. Haggerty was 15, and his dad told him to be proud of himself.
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Today the startup I left Google to join is launching its private beta. You can read our blog post at http://blog.depict.com, and take a look at a post I wrote for Medium on why I think it matters:

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Sarojini Naidu (13 February 1879 - 2 March 1949)  also known  as the Nightingale of India, was a child prodigy, Indian independence activist and poet. She was the first woman to become the governor of an Indian state. Her birthday is celebrated as Women's Day all over India.

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couldn't watch past 2:15.. hope u gave all those adorable people a 2 minute long hug to rid them of their guilt.
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Too commercial, not interested in patient well-being. Can be downright negligent. Pro: had a single wisdom tooth extraction with local anasthetic, dentist karina patel was skilled and managed to extract in 1hr 15mins without needing to cut away gum & bone around tooth. Knew how to treat the 'dry socket' condition i developed post-extraction. Cons: -agreed to do extraction for both upper & lower wisdom teeth based on another dentist's prognosis & 6 month old x-ray without conducting self-examination & diagnosis, that shows commercial mindedness. a better dentist would've taken the time to do a proper consultation before going ahead. result was that she under-estimated the time for extraction, went over-time, and had to discharge me in a hurry without proper explanation of post-extraction risks and aftercare. -my case was higher risk for developing post-extraction infection, yet she discharged me without prescribing antibiotics. this is standard and many dentists will even ask u begin the antibiotics course right after extraction as a preventative measure. -not available after-hours on emergency number provided! when bleeding wouldn't stop 2hrs after extraction, dentist was unresponsive. only responded 14hrs later! -on day 2 after extraction i developed infection & upon calling the clinic's general after-hours number, another clinic dentist george prescribed wrong dosage for metronitazol, should be 400mg for adults. she prescribed half that, which would've been in-sufficient. also, they said to start amoxicillian right away, but wait a day to start metronitazol. that was purely to cover themselves for policy/legal reasons. i had a raging infenction & needed to start both right away in parallel. a better dentist would've started the right treatment immediately. -on day 4, i developed dry socket, a v painful condition that prolongs recovery & needs dentist treatment every alternate day for 2 wks at least to help recovery. this clinic did not educate or inform me what was to be expected, that i should plan to come every alternate day for as long as it takes - basically attitude was too complacent. they didn't prescribe a special mouthwash (betadiine typically) or any other home-remedy to improve oral hygiene and aid healing - these are all standard for dry socket & a better dentist would've devoted the time for these additional steps. -the worst negligence - after only 3 treaments for dry-socket, i was told the wound had begun to heal on its own and i didn't need to come anymore. on m 4th check-up, karina didn't even remove the wound-dressing that was already inserted during the previous treatment, or give any further guidance on oral hygiene to avoid further infection and continue healing process. so after 10days of the dressing being stuck in the wound, the pain was increasing & i was at risk of developing another infection (if u read up on dry socket, you'll see that the dressing must come out or it can cause issues). that's when i found another better dentist, who treated me 2 more times, with a thorough cleaning, another preventative course of amoxilian, prescriptive mouthwash & healing aids, and advice on self-care. conclusion: expensive & negligent. will only deliver basic service. avoid if possible. choose dentist that focuses on long term care, not short term gain.
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