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Bill Kempthorne’s review of Broken Wings
5 of 5 stars to Broken Wings by Mark Olshaker
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“BOLSONARO ESTÁ SENDO ROUBADO “
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Pela primeira vez votarei em alguém do PT: Eduardo Suplicy. Motivo: Ele é um visionário defensor da renda básica un…
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Sen. Patrick Leahy (@SenatorLeahy)
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Why don't they ever mention Vermont, Rhode Island and Maine?
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Overview - Process Hacker
タスクマネージャーの上位互換らしい
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RT : For instance, praising Brett Kavanaugh.
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In these dark times one must look for and appreciate the beauty in the world like this corker of a team goal
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The best kind of protesters are the ones that just leave you completely bewildered.
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Struggle as we may, “fixing” will never make sense out of change. The only way to make sense out of change is to pl…
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big night for us. the dog dropped a mixtape pic.twitter.com/jEZRSw0Q0s

— jon hendren (@fart) October 7, 2018
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At 12, He Reads at a First-Grade Level: How New York Failed T.J. - The New York Times
One of 200,000 students in New York’s public schools classified as having a disability, T.J. has fallen behind year after year in a system awash in misinformation and confusion.
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RT : This is a really depressing thread
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Trump is undermining fundamental institutional norms of the Republic. Also We must do away with the Senate, elector…
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Our political leaders should be doing everything they can to protect our environment and the residents of Coastal G…
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If you support for the GA governorship, retweet this video about her vote-suppressing opponent Brian…
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Cub was giving Cujo the WORK 😂😭
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Ten tips for practicing positive parenting at your house.
Defiance is always a relationship problem.
If your child does not accept your direction ("I don't care what you say, you can't make me!"), it's always an indication that the relationship is not strong enough to support the teaching. This happens to all of us from time to time. At that point, stop and think about how to strengthen the relationship, not how to make the child "mind." Turning the situation into a power struggle will just deepen the rift between you.

Avoid Timeouts. They create more misbehavior.
Timeouts, while infinitely better than hitting your child, are just another version of punishment by banishment and humiliation. They leave kids alone to manage their tangled-up emotions, so they undermine emotional intelligence. They erode, rather than strengthening, your relationship with your child. They set up a power struggle. And they only work while you're bigger. They're a more humane form of bullying than physical discipline. Click here for more information on why Timeouts don't work.

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10 days ago by branyon
Career narratives.
Importantly, while generalized career paths won't necessary align cleanly with your goals, they also are unlikely to take full advantage of your strengths. While an important part of setting your goals is developing areas you're less experienced in to maximize your global success, it's equally important to succeed locally within your current environment by prioritizing doing what you do well.

With all of this in mind, take an hour and write up as many goals as you can for what you'd like to accomplish in the next one to five years. Then prioritize the list, pick a few that you'd like to focus on for the next three to six months, and share it with your manager to discuss at your next one-on-one.

…if you don't [have a career narrative], then there is probably no one guiding your career. Chasing the next promotion is at best a marker on a mass-produced treasure map, with every shovel and metal detector recovering the same patch. Don't go there. Go somewhere that's disproportionately valuable to you because of who you are and what you want.
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No progress has been made on any fronts. Over generations the state has just maneuvered and shifted to co-opt langu…
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My favourite part of my new audio interface might be that it has two headphone outputs so I don’t have to constantl…
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