It’s 15 feet tall, so...yeah? It kind of is?
Just wait till you try to feed a kid mashed peas...
No, because it’s those tiny percentages that really matter in terms of risk. It’s not about making the data pretty, it’s about how close we are to the herd immunity thresholds for various vaccines, which are in the 90's.
I’m wondering about this too! The whole state seems to have a lot of exemptions, and we’re one of the big population centers.
There are still anti-vaxxers in those states, but they are either getting medical exemptions, or homeschooling, or perhaps finding other creative solutions. Their states don’t offer non-medical exemptions.
I believe this is any exemption, so yes, declining one shot could get you on the list.
I sprinkle it on vanilla ice cream!! The best.
Doctors and clinics are a lot easier to find than prescribing pharmacists, just because there are so darn many of them. We have a post about how to find a good doctor, and another about how to spot fake clinics, because sadly that is a thing. Honestly, my best advice is to ask around and/or check your health…
This tip also applies if you are flying an Icelandic airline, whatever your destination:
DONT - Visit the Phallological Museum. Yes, that’s the world’s preeminent dick museum.
We went in 2005 when the exchange rate was painful, and could not afford to eat anything better than hot dogs. (The hot dogs are good.) We found a grocery store and bought a loaf of bread and a jar of peanut butter. That and hot dogs sustained us and really who cares about the food because the place is so goddam…
A week is just enough to barely get started. Keep going and you’ll notice pretty soon that they’re starting to feel easier!
There’s still a full pushup in there. If it’s not to your taste, feel free to choose another burpee! Which do you prefer?
This is a water bear. I can’t wait to find out what a water tiger is!
if you’re starting with 14 ounces of vodka you might want it just a liiittle diluted before you start drinking.
#6 Moana, #9 Hamilton, #11 Trolls ...
Here, if you say hormone-free, you need a disclaimer that says something like “federal law prohibits the use of hormones in poultry”. But there’s no blanket law for that sort of thing, so you can have non-GMO salt, and fat-free maple syrup, and gluten-free peanut butter...
You can probably get somewhat acclimated to the heat, but there’s also a lot of research on people like yourself, who work in the heat day-in and day-out. For example, in countries with hot climates, factory workers’ injury rates increase with the temperature.
I meant to say they don’t eat a diet of grass in the same way that a cow might. Grass-fed is a popular buzzword for beef, but it isn’t really a thing for chickens. I’ll update the wording in the post to make that clear.