DisgruntledPiglet
DisgruntledPiglet
8/7/14
3:14 AM
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Interviewers aren't just listening to your answer, but also the way you answer - are you approachable, professional etc. (i.e. can we put you in front of a client?). The level of formality they expect from you will depend on the type of job you are interviewing for, but at a minimum I would avoid casual language such

7/18/14
5:25 PM
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Or you could be the insurance company that buys the rights to "MH17" so you can use it in advertisements...

2/12/14
3:50 AM
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We have a bengal. Sometimes if you pat her she will latch on and attack your arm. Sometimes if she's bored and feeling ignored, she'll waltz into the bathroom so her howl is magnified.

2/1/14
10:02 PM
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Shame. Well if for whatever reason you need iron in the future, I really recommend giving this one a shot!

2/1/14
9:59 PM
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Is the iron supplement incorporated into the prenatal vitamin or its own tablet? If the latter, I highly recommend Spatone (Martin & Pleasance) supplements - when I worked at a pharmacy, this was the brand we always recommended to avoid these symptoms. Its a liquid iron supplement that has less iron in it but a higher

1/17/14
3:49 PM
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What I'm primarily talking about is people who have a choice, which is the situation where I live - here, everyone has the option of a hospital birth. A lot of people take the ability to go to hospital for granted to the point that they don't think it's worth it because it ruins the experience of childbirth. I am

1/17/14
12:50 PM
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For me, home births are an indulgence the same way vaccines have become an option for some in a largely disease free society. Childbirth has become something that is considered almost risk free - which is fine, until it isn't.

11/13/13
9:14 AM
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Actually all I'm really saying is that you should stop trying to sugarcoat your basic, judgemental message of "poor people shouldn't procreate" with pretend logic.

11/13/13
9:00 AM
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No. What I mean to tell you is that there is a logical disjuncture to your suggestion, reflective of the overall irrationality with which you seem to approach this topic. You suggest that poor people are irresponsible in having children at a time where they can't afford contraception. That doesn't work because on the

11/13/13
8:15 AM
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"If you can't afford contraception, you can't afford a kid. But, I guess you'll say that logic escapes poor people..."

11/11/13
7:28 AM
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A character died in Trudi Canavan's Black Magician trilogy and SCARRED ME FOR LIFE. I found the second book in an English language book store in Budapest on my 3 month holiday around Europe. I really liked it, so everytime I got to a new city (which was about every 5 days) I would look up the English book stores and

11/9/13
8:05 AM
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"A culture of constant, casual pressure on boundaries is a culture where consent is not taken seriously. This is toxic in itself."

11/8/13
11:49 PM
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I'm not sure if it's feasible since they aren't using it for profit. But if there is a law that allows you to sue for tarnishing a brand then yes, I hope they can. This is the best I could find in terms of anything legal - their copyright email address:

11/8/13
5:36 PM
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If you do go, maybe have the money for the tickets in an envelope that you can give him when you're there? It seems a shame to miss something you want to go to just because someone else does something creepy.

11/5/13
2:17 AM
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You've just reminded me to put Master and Margarita on my post-exam reading list! I read the first chapter a while ago and loved the writing but I've been too busy.