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26th February 2014

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phroyd:

Break-Up The Media Monopolies!
This is why America is becoming the “Stupid Nation”
Phroyd

phroyd:

Break-Up The Media Monopolies!

This is why America is becoming the “Stupid Nation”

Phroyd

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27th October 2013

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NEUROLOGICAL DAMAGE FROM CFS/ME
NOTE TO SELF: YOUR BRAIN CAN’T DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN COGNITIVE ACTIVITY, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SOCIAL ACTIVITY. DON’T BEAT YOURSELF UP FOR TYPOS. 

6th October 2013

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I would like to mount Anson Mount.

I would like to mount Anson Mount.

6th October 2013

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8th September 2013

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(L to R:) Lew Smith, Barbara Stanwyck, Clark Gable, and Bill Hickman

(L to R:) Lew Smith, Barbara Stanwyck, Clark Gable, and Bill Hickman

4th September 2013

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29th August 2013

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28th August 2013

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Oh big deal twerking.

Oh big deal twerking.

11th May 2013

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The patient is where it all begins

fastercures:

May 10, 2013

Time=Lives Story of the Week

“The patient is where it all begins and where it all ends,” says Kim McCleary, president & CEO of the CFIDS Association of American. As a leader in the chronic fatigue immune dysfunction syndrome (CFIDS) community, Kim is also an advocate for a more patient-centered approach to healthcare and medical research. “I know very few people who are 100 percent healthy,” says Kim. Realizing that health is the common denominator of all humans, she knows that we all need to advocate for the way we’re cared for.

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28th February 2013

Quote reblogged from The Atlantic with 230 notes

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: “Mr. Rein, you keep emphasizing over and over again in your brief and you said it a couple of times this morning. Congress was well aware that [voter] registration was no longer the problem. This legislative record is replete with what they call second generation devices. Congress said up front: We know that the registration is fine. That is no longer the problem. But the discrimination continues in other forms.”

Justice Stephen Breyer: “I don’t know what they’re [Congress] thinking exactly, but it seems to me one might reasonably think this: It’s an old disease, it’s gotten a lot better, but it’s still there. So if you had a remedy that really helped it work, but it wasn’t totally over, wouldn’t you keep that remedy?”

Chief Justice John Roberts: General, is it — is it the government’s submission that the citizens in the South are more racist than citizens in the North”

Justice Kagan: Well, that’s a big, new power that you are giving us, that we have the power now to decide whether racial discrimination has been solved? I did not think that fell within our bailiwick.”