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I am thankful for my friend Lourdes who suffers in a similar way to me and doesn't judge me. She is the nicest thing in my life. The nicest thing. We should all just see each other and celebrate what is in front of us. So many people make up stories that make life so complicated and hard. They just make it up. Clearly not Buddhists;) Be with what is true and in front of you. What is. Just sayin'. A real friend is an amazeballs thing. They are rare. (Really she is my first true one ever.) People say they will be your friend, but they usually don't know how. Sad. Lourdes knows how. She has the extraordinary willingness to take a step into the unknown in a brave and reckless way. It isn't me. It is all her. She is an amazing human. I will always be there for her. I try to be more amazeballs because of her example. She makes me want to be a better human being. I had no idea a friend could be like this. I am lucky. I hope that all of you can have a Lourdes in your life.
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This young main says that, "I didn't have a role model or anyone to look up to, so I decided to become a role model myself". He wants to bring solutions. He wants to bring love. I was in tears at the end of the video. He is a role model to me. 
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Sad and awesome. Sad because imagine disappearing into a mental asylum for being lesbian. Happy because she is getting recognition posthumously, plus good music.
Edith Lake Wilkinson was a talented painter who graced the Provincetown, Massachusetts, art scene in the early 20th century and created a remarkable portfolio of work. Wilkinson was committed to an...
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What an idiot the reviewer is. #iamtired2
 
Their manuscript was about how gender differences influence the experiences that PhD students have when they’re transitioning into post-doctoral jobs. They surveyed 244 people with PhDs in biology and concluded that men had better job prospects, suggesting that gender bias might be to blame.

An unnamed peer reviewer for the journal PLoS One suggested that Drs. Fiona Ingleby and Megan Head find male co-authors—any men at all—for a paper they’d written, in order to make sure they weren’t leaping to “ideologically biased assumptions.”
This just in from the land of great sexism: two female scientists had a manuscript rejected by a peer-reviewed journal because they didn’t ask a man for help. An unnamed peer reviewer for the journal PLoS One suggested that Drs. Fiona Ingleby and Megan Head find male co-authors—any men at all--for a paper they’d written, in order to make sure they weren’t leaping to “ideologically biased assumptions.”
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Just to lend support to this, I am a Hillary supporter. I wanted her to get the nomination, although I am quite happy with the fellow who won. I just expected that next time Hilary would get it. Now, though, well, Hillary has compromised much with the wealthy powers that be. Bernie is really much more aligned with my values. Sad and frustrating and confusing. I don't know what I'll do.
 
I agree with everything that Sen. Durbin say's about Sen. Sanders. I will disagree with him on his belief that Sen. Warren would be a good VP choice for Clinton. The only way that would work is if Sen. Warren declared that she was no longer Liberal, and retreated on her attacks against the banks that are funding Clinton's run for the White House.
Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois said Sen. Bernie Sanders would be a "force" against Hillary Clinton.
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So content to know you Allyson. You are a high-quality human being.
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Cool insights into the politics of space launch.
X-37B up and in orbit. Let a thousand solar sails bloom
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Lies

We live in delusion
Choosing to say what is not true
Pretending to believe what is not true
Two steps away from what's real

How subversive it would be
What a revolutionary it would take
To drop away from the stories
And fly away into the real

Copyright me! © 2015 but done in response to a poem by +DEBORAH MORAA





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Bill Maher Takes Republicans To School By Pointing Out Everything That Obama Got Right

Every time that Democrats bring up Bush and their party’s many failures, Republicans respond that Democrats are living in the past, but it isn’t the Democrats who are living in the past. Consider that the Republican foreign policy ideology hasn’t changed since Bush declared Mission Accomplished twelve years ago. Republican members of Congress and presidential candidates are trying to destroy the deal with Iran on their nuclear program while refusing to take war with Iran off the table.
Bill Maher schooled Republicans on their foreign policy failures while delivering a lesson on President Obama's successes.
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So Obama wanted the government to "look more like America", and by that he meant ethnically. Are we then to interpret Sanders' remarks as anything but racist? Leftism is inherently racist, so it wouldn't be a stretch but still, had a Republican said he wanted to make America "look more like Scandinavia", the projecting hypocrite left from the "news" media to pop culture would have certainly had a field day with it. What's good for the goose is good for the Sanders. 
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said Sunday that if he becomes president in 2016, he will bring "a real political shake-up" that lifts the nation's poorest while stemming the proliferation of millionaires and billionaires. In ...
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"Leftism is inherently racist"?!
I don't think so, although racism is rife in America. The US is divided along racial lines in the same way Britain used to be/is divided along social class lines.
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My love, my love she hurts
And I can no comfort be
For I am the cause of her pain.
For I am the cause of her pain.
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I lay here broken
Waiting for someone
To dig me from the rubble
Unable to write poetry.
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Same singer as on Herbie Hancock's version of Don't Explain
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