Shenorock155 karma2014-04-15 22:03:35 UTC
That doesn't sound right, but I don't know enough about bananas to dispute it.
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Shenorock116 karma2017-03-16 17:43:26 UTC
I had the good fortune of doing one of my 4th year pharmacy rotations at a poison center (not NCPC), and found it one of the most rewarding experiences I've had. Thank you for the great work you guys do!
What is the most obscure/unlikely substance you've encountered in a poisoning case?
Shenorock32 karma2012-12-17 17:11:15 UTC
A lot of people have mentioned the possibility that your kids will not be socially developed. You say they're fine, I guess time will tell. One huge plus to a school system for me, was the variety of teachers. You may be a fantastic teacher for your kids and give them learning opportunities that they wouldn't find in an traditional school, but in the end most of what they learn from adult figures comes from you. In my public school days I had good teachers and I had bad teachers. I often learned the same thing I had already learned in another class, but it was explained differently. I think the variety of view points and teaching methods was instrumental in my problem solving skills because teachers taught me different ways to attack problems. Do you have a way of giving your kids a variety of points of view and teaching methods or do you think that I am overrating its importance?
Shenorock29 karma2010-01-02 18:45:32 UTC
It really is depressing how many differently people have crazy theories about this stuff. I just spent the last 30 minutes reading most of this thread and I can't remember one person conceding they were wrong when presented with proof.
How often do people actually give ground riemannszeros? I admire your infinite patience, I would go nuts talking to a wall for hours.
Shenorock15 karma2013-01-04 00:59:53 UTC
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