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Actual think like a doctor.

Patient presents to their primary care physician for swimmers ear. Examination is negative, fever is 104 and they are given Motrin and sent via ambulance to the ER. 4 hours later I'm doing a bone marrow bx. Why was the BMBx ordered for something as simple fever and ear pain?

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Many Men(wish Death) Trump:marseytrumpmugshot: AI cover of the 50 Cent song :marseytrumpblack:

https://i.rdrama.net/images/1720981455351951.webp

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Have S*x
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My Theory is That Wingcuckery Melted His Brain

https://www.inquirer.com/news/pennsylvania/thomas-matthew-crooks-trump-shooter-id-butler-20240714.html

"The majority of the class were on the liberal side, but Tom, no matter what, always stood his ground on the conservative side," Smith said. "That's still the picture I have of him. Just standing alone on one side while the rest of the class was on the other ... It makes me wonder why he would carry out an assassination attempt on the conservative candidate."

:#marseychudblush: :#marseymeangirls:

>"I'll show these jewish chadcel cucks what a based shrigma male does, foid hybristophilia will give me rizz. Seethemaxxing chadcel foidmoids eternally BTFO brainletcuck based soymaxxed sneedlets take moidfoid Ws while nogs dilate coping coaljak mewmaxxer"

>SEETHE

>COPE

>DILATE

>ERR 0xf01dce15

><connection lost="" to="" wingcuck=""></connection>

:#chudspin2:

>Where's my copy of Catcher in the Rye?

:#chudconcerned:

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The photographer who got the picture is a baller
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:marseyturban: Nooo how can you not allow gora massa you lindoo :seethejak:

https://i.rdrama.net/images/17209818592730107.webp

:marseysmug2:

https://i.rdrama.net/images/17209818593860605.webp

:marseyraisinghands: Me, I do. She isn't :marseydisagree:

https://i.rdrama.net/images/1720981859484911.webp

Lmao even goroids have started khanstitution clutching now? :marseygiveup:

https://i.rdrama.net/images/17209818595971658.webp

Nooo what about the constitution

:soyjaktantrum:

https://i.rdrama.net/images/17209818596829183.webp

Based dravidachads keeping traditions alive :marseyclapping:

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:marseypenny: "White husbando, I be waitin' for you forever, keepin' myself a virgin for 100 years just for you! Why you no come for me yet?" :marseycry:
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Mr. President, why did you turn your head?
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The news about Neil Gaiman hit me hard : books
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New jak just dropped
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Chud infighting
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Get Down Right Meyow, Mr. Purrsident!

How could this have happened?

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Time for a Sunday hate read, !chuds!


When a madman hammered nearly to death the husband of then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Donald Trump jeered and mocked. One of Trump's sons and other close Trump supporters avidly promoted false claims that Paul Pelosi had somehow brought the onslaught upon himself through a sexual misadventure.

After authorities apprehended a right-wing extremist plot to abduct Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Trump belittled the threat at a rally. He disparaged Whitmer as a political enemy. His supporters chanted "lock her up." Trump laughed and replied, "Lock them all up."

Fascism feasts on violence. In the months since his own supporters attacked the Capitol to overturn the 2020 election—many of them threatening harm to Speaker Pelosi and Vice President Mike Pence—Trump has championed the invaders and would-be kidnappers and would-be murderers as martyrs and hostages. He has vowed to pardon them if returned to office. His own staffers have testified to the glee with which Trump watched the mayhem on television.

Now the bloodshed that Trump has done so much to incite against others has touched him as well. The attempted murder of Trump—and the killing of a person nearby—is a horror and outrage. More will be learned about the man who committed this appalling act, and who was killed by the Secret Service. Whatever his mania or motive, the only important thing about him is the law-enforcement mistake that allowed him to bring a deadly weapon so close to a campaign event and gain a sight line of the presidential candidate. His name should otherwise be erased and forgotten.

It is sadly incorrect to say, as so many have, that political violence "has no place" in American society. Assassinations, lynchings, riots, and pogroms have stained every page of American political history. That has remained true to the present day. In 2016, and even more in 2020, Trump supporters brought weapons to intimidate opponents and vote-counters. Trump and his supporters envision a new place for violence, as their defining political message in the election of 2024.

Fascist movements are secular religions. Like all religions, they offer martyrs as their proof of truth. The Mussolini movement in Italy built imposing monuments to its fallen comrades. The Trump movement now improves on that: the leader himself will be the martyr-in-chief, his own blood the basis for his bid for power and vengeance.

The 2024 election was already shaping up as a symbolic contest between an elderly and weakening liberalism too frail and uncertain to protect itself and an authoritarian, reactionary movement ready to burst every barrier and trash every institution. To date, Trump has led only a minority of U.S. voters, but that minority's passion and audacity have offset what it lacks in numbers. After the shooting, Trump and his backers hope to use the iconography of a bloody ear and face, raised fist, and call to "Fight!" to summon waverers to their cause of installing Trump as an anticonstitutional ruler, exempted from ordinary law by his allies on the Supreme Court.

Other societies have backslid to authoritarianism because of some extraordinary crisis: economic depression, hyper-inflation, military defeat, civil strife. In 2024, U.S. troops are nowhere at war. The American economy is booming, providing spectacular and widely shared prosperity. A brief spasm of mild post-pandemic inflation has been overcome. Indicators of social health have abruptly turned positive since Trump left office after years of deterioration during Trump's term. Crime and fatal drug overdoses are declining in 2024; marriages and births are rising. Even the country's problems indirectly confirm the country's success: Migrants are crossing the border in the hundreds of thousands because they know, even if Americans don't, that the U.S. job market is among the hottest on earth.

Yet, despite all of this success, Americans are considering a form of self-harm that in other countries has typically followed the darkest national failures: letting the author of a failed coup d'état return to office to try again.

One reason this self-harm is nearing consummation is that American society is poorly prepared to understand and respond to radical challenges, once those challenges gain a certain mass. For nearly a century, "radical" in U.S. politics has usually meant "fringe": Communists, Ku Kluxers, Black Panthers, Branch Davidians, Islamist jihadists. Radicals could be marginalized by the weight of the great American consensus that stretches from social democrats to business conservatives. Sometimes, a Joe McCarthy or a George Wallace would throw a scare into that mighty consensus, but in the past such challengers rarely formed stable coalitions with accepted stakeholders in society. Never gaining an enduring grip on the institutions of state, they flared up and burned out.

Trump is different. His abuses have been ratified by powerful constituencies. He has conquered and colonized one of the two major parties. He has defeated—or is on the way to defeating—every impeachment and prosecution to hold him to account for his frauds and crimes. He has assembled a mass following that is larger, more permanent, and more national in reach than any previous American demagogue. He has dominated the scene for nine years already, and he and his supporters hope they can use yesterday's appalling event to extend the Trump era to the end of his life and beyond.

The American political and social system cannot treat such a person as an alien. It inevitably accommodates and naturalizes him. His counselors, even the thugs and felons, join the point–counterpoint dialogue at the summit of the American elite. President Joe Biden nearly wrecked his campaign because he felt obliged to meet Trump in debate. How could Biden have done otherwise? Trump is the three-time nominee of the Republican Party; it's awkward and strange to treat him as an insurrectionist against the American state—though that's what Trump was and is.

The despicable shooting at Trump, which also caused death and injury to others, now secures his undeserved position as a partner in the protective rituals of the democracy he despises. The appropriate expressions of dismay and condemnation from every leading voice in American life have the additional effect of habituating Americans to Trump's legitimacy. In the face of such an outrage, the familiar and proper practice is to stress unity, to proclaim that Americans have more in common than divides them. Those soothing words, true in the past, are less true now.

Nobody seems to have language to say: We abhor, reject, repudiate, and punish all political violence, even as we maintain that Trump remains himself a promoter of such violence, a subverter of American institutions, and the very opposite of everything decent and patriotic in American life.

The Republican National Convention that opens this week will welcome to its stage apologists for Vladimir Putin's Russia and its aggression against U.S. allies. Trump's own infatuation with Russia and other dictatorships has not dimmed even slightly with age or experience. Yet all of these urgent and necessary truths must now be subdued to the ritual invocation of "thoughts and prayers" for someone who never gave a thought or uttered a prayer for any of the victims of his own many incitements to bloodshed. The president who used his office to champion the rights of dangerous people to own military-type weapons was grazed by a bullet from one such assault rifle.

Conventional phrases and polite hypocrisy fill a useful function in social life. We say, "Thank you for your service" both to the decorated hero and to the veteran who barely escaped dishonorable discharge. It's easier than deciphering which was which. We wish "Happy New Year!" even when we dread the months ahead.

But conventional phrases don't go unheard. They carry meanings, meanings no less powerful for being rote and reflexive. In rightly denouncing violence, we are extending an implicit pardon to the most violent person in contemporary U.S. politics. In asserting unity, we are absolving a man who seeks power through the humiliation and subordination of disdained others.

Those conventional phrases are inscribing Trump into a place in American life he should have forfeited beyond redemption on January 6, 2021. All decent people welcome the sparing of his life. Trump's reckoning should be with the orderly process of law, not with the bloodshed he rejoiced in when it befell others. He and his allies will exploit a gunman's vicious criminality as their path to exonerate past crimes and empower new ones. Those who stand against Trump and his allies must find the will and the language to explain why these crimes, past and planned, are all wrong, all intolerable—and how the gunman and Trump, at their opposite ends of a bullet's trajectory, are nonetheless joined together as common enemies of law and democracy.

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  • FourthAlt : Nice angle, if a little gruesome :marseyneat:
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New image of shooter released :marseytrump2: :marseyshooting:
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B-word butt girl maces herself (she's that b-word)

:#marseyitsover: for that b-word

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They Went To The Shelter To Adopt One Dog — Then Found Out He Had A Best Friend

https://i.rdrama.net/images/17209855195773704.webp

Bruno and Ollie, two German shepherds, both had long journeys as shelter dogs before ultimately getting adopted by their forever parents. Bruno lived at Benton-Franklin Humane Society (BFHS) in Washington state for 280 days, while Ollie lived there for 537.


Bruno was originally adopted from the shelter as a puppy, then surrendered to the same shelter because his dad got too sick to care for him. Ollie, on the other hand, was found tied to the shelter's front door with another dog. The other dog he was abandoned with got adopted right away, but Ollie remained at the shelter for a year and a half.


https://i.rdrama.net/images/17209855198049893.webp

Ollie and Bruno were placed in the same playgroup at BFHS. After seeing them play together, it quickly became obvious to the shelter staff that the two got along really well — they had a unique bond

"They've been friends for a while, and they've always liked to play together," Julie Saraceno, a volunteer dog walker at the shelter, told the dodo

For many months, Bruno and Ollie were kennel neighbors. Together, they watched as countless people walked right past them and as their other friends in the shelter got to go home with new families.

One day, though, everything changed for Bruno and Ollie. Tana Whelan and her husband, Paul, came in to BFHS fully intending to adopt only one dog. But they ended up loving both Bruno and Ollie. So the couple decided to ask the shelter staff to see Bruno and Ollie play together to see if they could potentially get along.

As soon as they saw Bruno and Ollie together, it was obvious that the two had a special relationship. The couple mulled over their decision — then decided to do something no one expected.

One day, though, everything changed for Bruno and Ollie. Tana Whelan and her husband, Paul, came in to BFHS fully intending to adopt only one dog. But they ended up loving both Bruno and Ollie. So the couple decided to ask the shelter staff to see Bruno and Ollie play together to see if they could potentially get along.


As soon as they saw Bruno and Ollie together, it was obvious that the two had a special relationship. The couple mulled over their decision — then decided to do something no one expected.

"I was like, 'Great, we'll take both,'" Whelan told The Dodo. "[The shelter workers] were shocked. The gal was like, 'I have chills. I have goosebumps.'"


As soon as they saw Bruno and Ollie together, it was obvious that the two had a special relationship. The couple mulled over their decision — then decided to do something no one expected.

"I was like, 'Great, we'll take both,'" Whelan told The Dodo. "[The shelter workers] were shocked. The gal was like, 'I have chills. I have goosebumps.'"


"I think having the two of them has really helped … because they already know each other. I think them having [someone] familiar has been really helpful," Whelan said.

Whelan emphasized that she hopes Poncho and Pretzel's story will inspire people to give dogs who've been at shelters for a long time a chance.

"I think it's important that people understand what good dogs are at shelters," Whelan said. "[Poncho and Pretzel] are really good boys, and there are so many dogs who have been in shelters longer than they have who are just good dogs, [too]."


This is not my content, here is the link:

https://www.thedodo.com/daily-dodo/they-went-to-the-shelter-to-adopt-one-dog-then-found-out-he-had-a-best-friend


To support other animals like Pretzel and Poncho, you can make a donation to Benton-Franklin Humane Society here

https://bestfriends.org/donate

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How is vodka so inflation resistant?

20 years ago I could buy a 1.75L bottle of Karkov for like $12. Today I can buy a 1.75L bottle of Starr Blue for $15. I assume it's all still made the same way, how is it still so cheap?

!boozers

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https://twitter.com/ocanonist/status/1812444921829495250

Jewish on Jewish violence. Sad to see. I blame the culture

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