I have a special skill within the Oil and Gas industry. I work for drilling companies (like BP or SHell, but never a giant like that, smaller ones you’ve most likely never heard of.) I have a finance degree. My job title ‘Division Order
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>None of the NFL teams are even saying they’re comfortable hiring Sam Michael. New England **Patriots** owner Robert Kraft said: “If a player were gay and came into this locker room, it would be the most supportive system. He’d gain strength by being in
Perhaps I should re-word my opinion. I don’t think that a purely outside perspective on your personality/self would necessarily be better in all ways… I just think it could be more honest. Of course no one on the outside — especially a stranger on
Well, I did go to MIT (would be happy to show you my credentials with my middle finger in front of them), and there I learned a few neat things like how to use dictionaries. And “flashes” isn’t a word that would be used
God, I’ve never heard a better, more impressive quote from Adolf Hitler. I would love a source, however. [This page](http://bytwerk.com/gpa/falsenaziquotations.htm) says: >3. Hitler: “What Luck for Rulers that Men Do Not Think” >This alleged quotation by Adolf Hitler is on over 1,700,000 web pages.
I’m not sure I understand you. Having a low self esteem means you feel unworthy and insecure about yourself. Not being comfortable with yourself/never knowing what normal is, can make you search out ways to fill that void, which will never fully satisfy you
The only issue here is that apparently your odds of dying of rubella as a child are literally one in a million. I specify as a child because there is a risk to pregnant women. This is best dealt with by developing a natural
>Yes, he did good things, and yes, he had brilliant ideas. But one cannot deny the concept that it’s not a little bit hypocritical to talk about the value of hard work while you’re busy stealing credit and money from ideas that were never
From Wikipedia: >Theism, in the broadest sense, is the belief that at least one deity exists. **In a more specific sense, theism is commonly a monotheistic doctrine concerning the nature of a deity, and that deity’s relationship to the universe. Theism, in this specific
The internet is a very grey area these days. In the past, you could just do a thing, and it wouldn’t matter. Now, you have to question whether an action online may circle around and bite you in the future, even if you make
It’s hard for some people because this series isn’t written like most fantasy series. Usually the first chapter of the first book tells you who the hero is and that’s the reader’s access point to the story. Wheel of Time, David Eddings’ books, Star
I’ve learned, by hard experience, that religion can be useful because some people (and I include myself in this group) just don’t have a reliable internal moral compass that agrees with the rest of the world. RANT: There’s this idea in modern Western (incl.
Most people feel that they don’t. Realize that you’re not the only one that feels that way – and that resigning yourself to accepting someone is both harmful to yourself as well as selfish. No one really wins. Use your limited time on this
Benjamin Franklin drank only water. He did not drink beer nor get drunk. In fact there were times during his life while he worked at the press, coworkers would always spend their money on pints of beer, morning, lunch, dinner; and he would always
The craft in particular that they excelled at wasn’t part of their direct influence. Oppenheimer was a scientist, but I listed him because of how he changed war. Genghis and William were military leaders, but they were great men of history. Their nations and
But the addition of half assed work is not linear. Two half assed jobs very often are less effort than one whole assed one.
Yes. I understand we have many reasons for it. Mainly clarity and professionalism. Let me give you some background here; I am in nursing school. When I was trying to understand respiratory and urinary mechanisms of acidosis, I felt like I was reading the
I took it a bit differently, namely with regards to humanity’s resistance to change. People don’t like change, and changing even something simple and trivial can be a real chore and very difficult if that thing has been a habit for a long time.
A platoon of monkeys is what you get when you cross [the guys on the roof with the guys on the walls.](http://willowbeehandmade.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/dsc_0241.jpg?w=590&h=395)
>Yeah… that’s funny that Tyson would lavish such praise on Newton and insult Christian sensibilities in the same sentence when Newton himself was devout in his faith in a creator God and the Christian bible. Is there any figure in history who you partially
God damn it. I had a nice, long reply and then I accidentally hit the power key on my keyboard. All gone. Who the everloving FUCK puts a power button next to the delete key? Why? Why would I even *want* a power button
> People are not naturally equal with everything, and opportunity is not equally distributed to all people. OP’s quote is false and your obesity equivalence is false. My point all along is that the differences you’re citing are not significant, thus equality is not
You spend your entire life in the same place doing the same job day in and day out, only to leave once every two years to go to a “safe” location. Maybe you go to Hawaii and stay in a Hilton hotel, walk down
DFW thought it was strange that we go through life thinking we understand what other’s go through, when in reality we can only *truly* fully understand our own experiences. We often try to look at the world as though we have some objective frame