Charlie, I generally enjoy your commentary, but you’ve been wrong about the Ramirez isse from the start. At the time of the BIG TRADE, you said, and I quote, “I wouldn’t be Jason Bay for all the money Manny ever made.” The implication being that he would do poorly in a Red Sox uniform and feel the wrath of frustrated fans. You were wrong about that.
It like working out in the gym with a personal trainer now so that you can climb a mountain later. The care of a good sponsor is paramount during this process because it allows you to feel safe and grounded while performing emotional actions that may seem really risky. The 9th step does SO MUCH to settle and re order the way you relate with other people (as pointed out in the 9th step promises).
NPR has obtained an organizational chart, which lists the names of those who are heading “teams” with responsibility for many of the federal agencies and departments. Several of them, especially in the national security realm, played advisory roles in the Trump campaign. Most are white men.
I like how every week spawns a new sub100 user asking for “honest opinions” of the dude. I remember he had some really great practical ideas in one of his videos but his videos generally came off a bit arrogant. I dunno if he toned it down but I remember him on a different forum being genuinely curious as to why people are “attacking him,” when all he did to get subs in the first place was to attack other people.
In this conversation he discusses how he went from being a paediatrician to running Medicare for Obama, how we can create headroom in stressed systems, and breaking the rules to make things better. One is to reduce demand by organising treatment programmes, or reducing the underlying reasons why people may become addicted in the first place but that’s hard. So governments often turn to the other route reducing supply and that’s what the US government did in 2014 when it rescheduled oxycodone combination products from schedule 3 to schedual 2 essentially making it harder for people to obtain a prescription..
It was a part of Indian National Congress led United Progressive Alliance from 2004 to May 2009, wherein Prasad held the position of the Minister of Railways.In February 2005 Bihar Legislative Assembly election RJD won only 75 seats and lost the power.In the Bihar Legislative Assembly election, 2015, RJD contested the election in an alliance with the JDU and Congress, winning 178 seats out the 243 seats in the assembly. Subsequently, Nitish Kumar again became the chief minister of Bihar and RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, son of Lalu Prasad Yadav, became the deputy chief minister.In July 2017, JDU split with its grand alliance ally RJD following a standoff between JDU leader and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar and RJD leader Lalu Prasad Yadav. On July 26, Nitish Kumar resigned as chief minister.