Sure, elective procedure! Like here in Ontario, when you blow out your knee playing footy and you can't walk and need to be in a boot or in a wheelchair. Guess how long you're going to wait for that surgery? Days? Weeks? Try SEVERAL months. It'll teach you patience!
But surely, you say, if you live in a jurisdiction with universal health coverage it must be great to know that you can walk into any ER and get treated immedia...oh what's that you say? It can take you several hours of sitting on your ass and waiting? And there's only ONE ER doctor for the whole night shift? And you live in a metropolitan area where the amount of doctors is controlled by the Ontario Medical Association? And there's a scarcity in the number of doctors EVERYWHERE because it's government funded?
You don't say...
I mean just by the way it was written in the article ("It's Keeya, not Keya"), nothing is imparted onto the reader in terms of how to actually pronounce her name...
What's ironic is that her name is written down as "Keya", but she oftentimes corrects others and tells them her name is pronounced "Keeya"? How the hell does that make any sense? Then why don't you change the SPELLING of your name to "Keeya"???
Yep, this "Keya" character is insane in the membrane.
I, as an Muslim Arab, struggle with "Diversity is our Strength" mantra. Our blackface president Trudeau trots this out all the time. But he has never elaborated how that is. I think I know why: Because it's not readily or easily demonstrable.
Homogeneous communities tend to have very strong shared cultural norms and mores. When a foreign element enters inside this cohesive structure, it naturally introduces elements that may not be compatible within this structure. I mean, this happens in the Middle East all the time. As a result of the 2003 Iraq war, MILLIONS of Iraqis relocated to the rest of the Arab world. Millions landed in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt. You think those didn't have an impact on the natives' cultures? Of course they did. You just don't hear about it here in the west because it doesn't matter to us. But of course lives changed. Of course standards of living changed dramatically. And this happened to people that are Arabs, Muslims and share a very close geographic proximity to one another. YET, for many decades they lived in their own political (ethno)states.
Let's get real here. Just because AJ+ says there is a rise of nationalism in the US, doesn't mean the exact same thing doesn't happen elsewhere around the world. Heck, I was born in Kuwait, they literally have systemic racism enshrined in their laws.
A neocon endorsing cryptocurrency? Hm...
Man, this John Turley is smashing this mickey mouse impeachment to bits. He just went beast mode on his colleague witnesses.
To quote Kevin from The Office: "Oh it's bad...it's REALLY BAD! It's like eating a hot circle of garbage!"
An absolute must-share. The lack of commentary makes the visual evidence even more astounding, because it's plain to see for everyone with a functioning brain. After viewing this, those who STILL deny it have a confirmed case terminal TDS, and only God can save them from their selves.
Try "Holy Frijoles" next time. That works extremely well with "Holy mole".
Based on the tabled motion, the impeachment vote, if it is successful, will be DOA the minute it gets to the Senate.
Good job dems! You dug your hole.
There is no evidence that shows trigger warnings reduce the periodicity of triggered episodes. I thought the science on this has been clear for a while now. In fact, trigger warnings merely prime those same feelings a priori, raising the observer's anxiety throughout the episode until the "trigger" event is observed.