cracksilog83 karma2019-08-21 15:40:16 UTC
I used to work at a school and we had to take the kids through active shooter drills. That’s one of the things I never had to go through.
How do you recommend you talk to a child about potential tragedies at school like shootings? Like how do you impact the urgency of the matter without scaring them?
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cracksilog79 karma2019-09-11 15:32:25 UTC
What’s a habit the average person can pick up every day to make sure they’re less distracted?
cracksilog61 karma2020-02-25 18:17:36 UTC
How do you fight the argument that “yeah climate change is real, but it’s only going to affect us hundreds of years down the line, so whatever?”
cracksilog23 karma2019-09-09 16:12:18 UTC
Also a freelance journalist, although not as famous as you lol.
Any plans to make this into a podcast? True crime seems to be the big thing in podcasts right now, and this could probably fit perfectly into that.
cracksilog20 karma2019-09-27 16:57:04 UTC
I've been watching a ton of death with dignity documentaries the past couple of months (not planning on doing it, was just super interested about it) and I've surmised that there are two common ways of ending one's life: drinking pentobarbital mixed with a liquid and through an injection. Are there any other ways that have been approved? Is there like a movement of sorts to add (or take away) methods of death with dignity?
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