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He claimed i’m the bipolar one: how you literally were talking about looking for a job in this I don't appreaciate the way you area because of me and future talk to me or communicate with things we'll do together- meeting your friends, family me I'm so easygoing that sometimes I let things that significant others make me feel bad slide because -insert etc...then for no reason at all two days later -you're completely done with it. Seriously though-put yourself in the other persons shoes. You literally twisted around everything I said days after the whatever reason here, whether it's "I'm having a bad day" or "what you said is trivial". I was trying to pretend it's ok just for the sake of giving you more time. But why? Communication is key to a good relationship, and I dislike the way you fact and suddenly I'm the bad guy? Lol e I will never get on a dating app again. It's absolutely ridiculous. express yourself. I also dislike the fact that you call yourself "an alpha male". FYI, "alpha males" and this whole model is So yeah not going to go out of my way to get you an earring. Already wasted enough time. Why should I continue to be nice to you? Lol nah l'm good. based on language used to describe the social hierarchies of wolf packs in a book about wolfs. It doesn't apply to humans. Behavioral scientists almost completely agree that such comparison is invalid and utterly wrong Just wanted you to know it's too bad you went bipolar -you could've had your earring IMessage couid've nad your earring such comparison is invalid and utterly wrong Best of luck/sorry about the earring/treat people better/ don't act one way while giving someone a back massage and then completely change your mind for no reason two days later -l deserved better then Jan 23, 2019, 05:34 People are alphas lol Not too bright lol Jan 23, 2019, 10:45 It's too bad -I was excited to that. see you this week/weekend again-we were just getting started ;) Alright mr. I'm super nice and easygoing thanks for asking if I want my earring back and not giving it back to me And yes I admit I'm still craving you I don't even care enough to explain to you why I changed my mind about you And even if I did your ego is too big for you to listen, you don't have perspective and you think you are the smartest person in the world, which by the way Maybe we should see each other -kiss and make up -we were both in the wrong I just think the potential is too great for us to ignore iMessage you are not Anyhow I'm not the one to tell you what's wrong with vou, you what's wrong with you, take it up with your gynecologist Jan 26, 2019, 17:00 I was going to say I guess you don't want your earring back I would like to have it back Jan 28, 2019, 13:14 Oh heyyy Haha I don't know what it is about you -maybe it's that you're crazy or passionate of something I don't know. I stupidly want to see you. Now she texts back lol If you didn't go bipolar on me you could've had it back by now Because I just want my earring back and nothing else Let's put down the gloves and clear stuff up this week. I don't want to talk to you or chitchat or preferably see you If you can mail it I would be grateful So do I gotta block this number or are you gonna chill the fuck Yeah I was already nothing but nice to you -you clearly have screw loose. Still can't get over how you literally were talking about looking for a job in this out? iMessage IMessage PIC COLLAGE He claimed i’m the bipolar one
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*floats away into the sky like a balloon*: webelieveinyoukris-blog Being gay is natural? Okay. You have three islands. Divide them into groups of one. The straight island, the gay island, and the lesbian island. The straight island is going to reproduce and keep going strong for millions of generations to come. The gay and lesbian islands will both wipe out in not even one century. This isn't just about religion or morals, it's just simple common sense. Being gay is unnatural, and not just because God said so, but because you yourself wouldn't even be born without a REAL natural man and woman. And no, there is no such thing as a lesbian bone marrow “thing" to have children. That's a biased fact that came from a lesbian scientist who has false opinions. If it's not a real penis or vagina, then it's fucking false and you're just opinionated by dumb facts. I'm done here. Read over what I said and if you still think that being gay is normal and natural, then I hope you achieve some common sense one day. Bye yeinns Where is this gay island located.. asking for a friend queercakes I just have SO MANY questions. Why were we all separated onto different islands? Did the government sanction this? If so, why? Why didn't we revolt against this tyrannical government? Where are these islands? How were they chosen? Are the continents of the world abandoned? What kind of resources are on each island? Are they the same or different? Does each island have a right to form its own government or does the government that segregated us still rule? If so, what island do they rule from and how do they communicate with the other two islands? If they can communicate with the other two islands, can all three islands communicate with each other? If the straight people keep reproducing, won't their island become overpopulated and their resources depleted? Islands only have so much space right? Do straight people stop having gay kids? Isn't it a fact that, to date, straight people are the largest manufacturers of gay kids? If a gay kid is born on straight island, do they get sent to their appropriate island? Wouldn't that aid in the re-population of gay and lesbian island? What about people who are attracted to more than one gender? Are they just lost at sea, floating aimlessly? Is the ocean full of listless pansexuals, floating nowhere? Or are they trapped in some sort of purgatory because they don't fit on any one island? Are there trees on lesbian island? Is it conceivable that if there were, a large group of lesbians could build a boat? Have you ever seen lesbians around timber? If they built a boat, could they travel to gay island? How far apart are the islands? If they could travel to gay island, would they be able to collect semen, return to lesbian island, and repopulate the island? Would they be able to send some of those children to gay island? Do trans people exist in this world? If so, wouldn't they be able to aid in repopulation? If the lesbians decided to declare war on the heterosexuals, would they be able to reach their island? On the way to heterosexual island, could the lesbians pick up the gays and scoop the floating bisexuals from the sea? If so, would they all be able to go and attack heterosexual island together, wiping out its people's, stealing its children and taking all its resources? Does this fantasy world get you off at night? Please write back soon! fieldbears Speaking up from the pansexual archipelago: I too have these questions hellisbucky Checking in from bisexual bay: The boats are nearly complete and are equipped with a special invisibility function. We attack at dawn fieldbears Fuck the questions, lemme on that boat, I'm coming with you singoallala *random ace just floating away into the sky like a balloon* jezunya I am so here for an asexual sky nation. We live in floating cities and master the wind currents. Newly minted ace youths are sent up to us in baskets suspended under hot air balloons. We breed giant birds to bear us through the skies, or else build ourselves wings and gliders to fly in their midst. The only land we know are the tallest mountain peaks and the world is a bright blue gem spreading out beneath us. (And we will of course be providing air support for the impending attack on Straight Island) thatwriterchickyouknow OP's nasty-ass post got turned into a goddamn sci-fi dystopian adventure and l'm so here for it. sarsparillo oh my god Bisexual Buccaneers from Both-Ways Bay is both a porn tile and my new life goals everyoneprotector Gonna write this hold on Source: webelieveinyoukris-blog #it got better *floats away into the sky like a balloon*
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Wendell Potter explains why “choice” is a GOP talking point.: Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter Lately l've noticed some Democratic politicians defending the current healthcare system by saying it preserves "choice" for Americans. As a former health insurance exec who helped draft this talking point, I need to come clean on its back story, and why it's wrong and a trap 1/11 12:12 PM · 12/16/19 · Twitter for iPhone 25.9K Retweets 58K Likes Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h Replying to @wendellpotter When I worked in the insurance industry, we were instructed to talk about "choice," based on focus groups and people like Frank Luntz (who wrote the book on how the GOP should communicate with Americans). I used it all the time as an industry flack. But there was a problem. 2/11 O 20 27984 6,245 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h As a health insurance PR guy, we knew one of the huge *vulnerabilities* of the current system was LACK of choice. In the current system, you can't pick your own doc, specialist, or hospital without huge "out of network" bills. So we set out to muddy the issue of "choice." 3/11 O 23 271,381 7,085 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h As industry insiders, we also knew most Americans have very little choice of their plan. Your company chooses an insurance provider and you get to pick from a few different plans offered by that one insurer, usually either a high deductible plan or a higher deductible plan 4/11 ♡ 6,433 03 27 1,008 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h Another problem insurers like mine had on the "choice" issue: people with employer- based plans have very little choice to keep it. You can lose it if your company changes it, or you change jobs, or turn 26 or many other ways. This is a problem for defenders of the status quo 5/11 27901 5,923 11 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h Knowing we were losing the "choice" argument, my pals in the insurance industry spent millions on lobbying, ads and spin doctors -- all designed to gaslight Americans into thinking that reforming the status quo would somehow give them "less choice." 6/11 ♡ 6,499 27 1,372 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h An industry front group launched a campaign to achieve this very purpose. Its name: "My Care, My Choice." Its job: Trick Americans into thinking they currently can choose any plan they want, and that their plan allows them to see any doctor. They've spent big in lowa 7/11 My Care, My Choice Sponsored • Paid for by the Partnership for America's Health Care Future Put patients before politics. Join us today and help protect patient health care choice. We're fighting to protect natient choice O 10 271,181 5,968 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h This isn't the only time the industry made "choice" a big talking point in its scheme to fight health reform. Soon after Obamacare was passed, it created a front group called the Choice and Competition Coalition, to scare states away from creating exchanges with better plans 8/11 27821 5,254 4 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h The difference is, this time *Democrats* are the ones parroting the misleading "choice" talking point. And they're even using it as a weapon against each other. Back in my insurance PR days, this would have stunned me. I bet my old colleagues are thrilled, and celebrating. 9/11 27 1,298 6,879 30 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h The truth, of course, is you have little "choice" in healthcare now. Most can't keep their plan as long as they want, or visit any doctor or hospital. Some reforms, like Medicare For All, *would* let you. In other words, M4A actually offers more choice than the status quo. 10/11 O 8,922 O 44 272,365 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h So if a politician tells you they oppose reforming the current healthcare system because they want to preserve "choice," either they don't know what they're talking about - or they're willfully ignoring the truth. I assure you, the insurance industry is delighted either way 11/11 O 227 O 13.3K 273,115 Wendell Potter explains why “choice” is a GOP talking point.

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Healthcare and the illusion of choice: Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter Lately l've noticed some Democratic politicians defending the current healthcare system by saying it preserves "choice" for Americans. As a former health insurance exec who helped draft this talking point, I need to come clean on its back story, and why it's wrong and a trap 1/11 12:12 PM · 12/16/19 · Twitter for iPhone 25.9K Retweets 58K Likes Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h Replying to @wendellpotter When I worked in the insurance industry, we were instructed to talk about "choice," based on focus groups and people like Frank Luntz (who wrote the book on how the GOP should communicate with Americans). I used it all the time as an industry flack. But there was a problem. 2/11 O 20 27984 6,245 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h As a health insurance PR guy, we knew one of the huge *vulnerabilities* of the current system was LACK of choice. In the current system, you can't pick your own doc, specialist, or hospital without huge "out of network" bills. So we set out to muddy the issue of "choice." 3/11 O 23 271,381 7,085 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h As industry insiders, we also knew most Americans have very little choice of their plan. Your company chooses an insurance provider and you get to pick from a few different plans offered by that one insurer, usually either a high deductible plan or a higher deductible plan 4/11 ♡ 6,433 03 27 1,008 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h Another problem insurers like mine had on the "choice" issue: people with employer- based plans have very little choice to keep it. You can lose it if your company changes it, or you change jobs, or turn 26 or many other ways. This is a problem for defenders of the status quo 5/11 27901 5,923 11 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h Knowing we were losing the "choice" argument, my pals in the insurance industry spent millions on lobbying, ads and spin doctors -- all designed to gaslight Americans into thinking that reforming the status quo would somehow give them "less choice." 6/11 ♡ 6,499 27 1,372 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h An industry front group launched a campaign to achieve this very purpose. Its name: "My Care, My Choice." Its job: Trick Americans into thinking they currently can choose any plan they want, and that their plan allows them to see any doctor. They've spent big in lowa 7/11 My Care, My Choice Sponsored • Paid for by the Partnership for America's Health Care Future Put patients before politics. Join us today and help protect patient health care choice. We're fighting to protect natient choice O 10 271,181 5,968 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h This isn't the only time the industry made "choice" a big talking point in its scheme to fight health reform. Soon after Obamacare was passed, it created a front group called the Choice and Competition Coalition, to scare states away from creating exchanges with better plans 8/11 27821 5,254 4 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h The difference is, this time *Democrats* are the ones parroting the misleading "choice" talking point. And they're even using it as a weapon against each other. Back in my insurance PR days, this would have stunned me. I bet my old colleagues are thrilled, and celebrating. 9/11 27 1,298 6,879 30 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h The truth, of course, is you have little "choice" in healthcare now. Most can't keep their plan as long as they want, or visit any doctor or hospital. Some reforms, like Medicare For All, *would* let you. In other words, M4A actually offers more choice than the status quo. 10/11 O 8,922 O 44 272,365 Wendell Potter O @wendellpotter · 22h So if a politician tells you they oppose reforming the current healthcare system because they want to preserve "choice," either they don't know what they're talking about - or they're willfully ignoring the truth. I assure you, the insurance industry is delighted either way 11/11 O 227 O 13.3K 273,115 Healthcare and the illusion of choice

Healthcare and the illusion of choice

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