countblah251 karma2015-05-30 02:44:01 UTC
Can anyone expand on what this means, or what was the shift in Japanese society or attitudes?
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countblah247 karma2012-04-06 07:21:19 UTC
I am glad to see you all are doing this. I am a little late to this thread but here's some thoughts:
As someone who has run campaigns in both Austin and San Antonio (but never against Lamar Smith), I can't help but feel your spot missed your demographic. I've watched if a few times now, and it's almost like you made the ad you wanted to watch, rather than the ad that would try to engage the target audience who votes in the Republican primary in that district.
Sorry if this is overly negative. Best of luck to you all and I'd be happy to field any additional questions.
countblah246 karma2019-03-29 16:16:18 UTC
Hey, I just wanted to add that it's super courageous to admit that despite the way you see yourself (skeptical, etc.), you still managed to get pulled into a highly manipulative and costly scam. That sort of honesty about your limitations and vulnerability makes you seem very mature, or at least that you learned a lot of this recent experience.
Question: How involved do you think the government should be in regulating this cult? I understand in Europe they are far less tolerant than in the US.
countblah220 karma2020-07-18 13:27:53 UTC
I would say if you're struggling to the extent you are, perhaps try reaching out to Dr. Reveille at UTMB (https://med.uth.edu/internalmedicine/faculty/john-d-reveille-md/). He and his colleagues run the world's largest study on this illness, split between the US and China I believe, and it's gone on for probably 15+ years. Any past or upcoming treatments, they'll know about, as well as having a ton of data from thousands of AS patients.
They may be able to give you some recommendations based on your circumstances for how to treat your particular case. Or perhaps persuade you to try biologics or some other treatment that you may not be aware of or have rejected for various reasons. It doesn't sound like I can persuade you to rethink biologics, but if you've rejected them, Reveille might have other ideas (also bear in mind that not all biologics are the same, there are quite a few on the market now, with some key differences).
countblah22 karma2019-10-17 15:14:56 UTC
Yea, I feel like it's hard to argue they're worse than other vendors for consumers when they literally give away games (and not just junk games they have a bunch of extra licenses for).
And there are plenty of things you can ding Steam for over the years.
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