Just remember its all bullshit unless your doctor tells you otherwise. Go live your life, force yourself to forget the health crap, and be tough. I used to worry myself sick and go to ER and doc visits thinking I had cancer, ALS, heart issues, etc. I talking about my young childhood here, before I developed my own strong tastes. But even then, I am pretty sure that the first garment I owned that cost north of $300 was the suit I bought for my first big job interview at Vogue. My family wasn poor, and I don think we were exceptionally frugal.
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Caplan is also right to warn of the danger of an educational arms race. To attract more students and ensure that they graduate, too many universities have lowered standards and reduced their workload, making the college degree a less valuable signal to employers about who they are hiring. In turn, more students have come to believe they must earn a graduate degree to attract the attention of employers..
I simply don know how half of America could vote for Obama in the face of his obvious failure to lead or follow through with his promises without causing devestating issues of his own (ahem, more debt for one). I find it interesting how Obama negative campaign (because he had nothing good to run on) and smear campaign aimed at destroying Romney character was so successful obviously many democrats did not bother to research if what Obama was saying was true. And as a woman, I found my biggest concerns to be addressed best by Romney I was not about to let Obama scare me into voting for him when his actions have already scared me with the negative impacts on my family health care (which we are already seeing), national debt, poor job and markey recovery, and national security..
But to my mind, NPR reached its own “peak Trump” last Friday when no fooling Morning Edition featured three political stories: one about Trump’s approach to foreign policy, one about Trump calling in to a radio show and one about how Ted Cruz is gaining on Trump in the battle for Wisconsin primary voters. Another story about Trump’s standing with women ran later in the day on All Things Considered. Valid stories? Absolutely.