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chaoswolf1982: liberalsarecool: catbirdseat4u: 鉃 NBD people鈥 聽Just the latest thing trending on Twitter 鉃 Oh, and you can access Trump鈥檚 original tweet HERE. #SudafedHead Trump is not well. #Sudafed #addict Trump was never well. It鈥檚 just that now the proof is coming out. : JRehling @JRehling THREAD In 2016, Trump posted a photo of himself that gave away more than he intended. An open desk drawer revealed box after box of Sudafed, piled on top of one another. 11:32 AM Oct 5, 2019 - Twitter Web App 8.1K Retweets 18.9K Likes JRehling @JRehling 23h Replying to @JRehling Even stranger, although the photo was taken in New York, the boxes include a type that is only sold in the United Kingdom, with a different box and distinctive ingredients not found in the U.S. SUDAFED MUCUS RELIEF DAY& NIGHT Capsules Paracetamol, Caffeine & Phenylephrine Reduces mucus Two different capsules-one for day and one for night 16 capsules DAY NIGHT t 486 89 2.4K JRehling @JRehling 23h Sudafed is sometimes used for a high that includes increased alertness, but also has a side effect of pupil dilation t 481 65 2.8K JRehling @JRehling 23h Abuse of this drug was rare, but in order to limits its abuse, regulations were passed limiting the frequency in which an individual could purchase it, and requiring the individual show ID. t270 68 1.9K JRehling @JRehling 23h The desk drawer full of Sudafed, including boxes in New York purchased in the UK indicate that the legal limits of purchase are being circumvented, and that the then-candidate Trump was abusing Sudafed for its high rather than its decongestant effect 27 t490 2.9K JRehling @JRehling 23h From addictionhope.com "A sign of abuse of this drug might be finding a large amount of cold medicine drug packaging among someone's belongings." Addiction Hope: Resources for Those Struggling.. Addiction Hope is an online recovery & support resource site. You'll find education about addicti... addictionhope.com 4 t278 2.1K JRehling @JRehling 23h Beyond pupil dilation, more serious side effects include hallucinations and paranoid psychosis It is very concerning for the entire planet that someone with access to nuclear weapons is showing signs of abusing a drug that leads to paranoid psychosis 16 L 719 4.1K JRehling @JRehling 23h A desk drawer full of a controlled substance, however benign, shows signs that someone is systematically circumventing the law. The side effects of a cold drug are particularly concerning in this case, is a threat to the security of the United States and the world. [END] and this ti394 43 2.7K JRehling @JRehling 23h Note: These observations are not original or complete. @CaslerNoel has posted on this previously, with additional details and deserves all credit for noticing this earlier. NoelCaslerComedy @CaslerNoel Sep 9 Trump snorted Adderall all thru the day on 'Apprentice' he also ate UK. Sudafed like candy. But at night and at parties he switched to cocaine and high-end Methamphetamine that was hand-delivered by Bikers. The point is he was always high. That hasn't changed. @realDonaldTrump 1687 3.2K 45 JRehling @JRehling 16h Replying to @JRehling In response to many who have wondered if the photo is real, it is still up on Trump's Twitter timeline. twitter.com/realdonaldtrum... chaoswolf1982: liberalsarecool: catbirdseat4u: 鉃 NBD people鈥 聽Just the latest thing trending on Twitter 鉃 Oh, and you can access Trump鈥檚 original tweet HERE. #SudafedHead Trump is not well. #Sudafed #addict Trump was never well. It鈥檚 just that now the proof is coming out.

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midoriko-sama: cannibality: insurrectionary-frybreadism: lenins-and-things: carnival-phantasm: the-defiant-pupil: mojave-red: rantingmacaron: mojave-red: more-snatched-photos: It doesn鈥檛 make us go crazy. We just don鈥檛 understand the why. No one has ever satisfactorily explained why bagged milk is better than milk in jugs. There is no literal reason since the jugs we use are just as cheap as bags and with a bag you need to put it into something as soon as it鈥檚 opened because otherwise you鈥檙e crying over spilt milk I don鈥檛 understand why y'all use jugs though. They鈥檙e so impractical. No they鈥檙e not. You have a self contained stand able container.聽 With a bag you have one floppy boi We have holders for that. There鈥檚 no real difference. Wouldn鈥檛 it be crazy if there was a way you could hold milk without grabbing a separate holder? Some sort of solid plastic or cardboard container, that would be so cool. Then there are Soviet milk pyramids. Those are the oddest milk containers of all but they鈥檙e really cool. Thanks! That鈥檚 horrible! Curse you for sharing! i want a Soviet milk pyramid : feathP @mfeatherine i really like bothering people outside of ontario and quebec by posting pictures of bagged milk because the concept is so foreign to them and they go crazy midoriko-sama: cannibality: insurrectionary-frybreadism: lenins-and-things: carnival-phantasm: the-defiant-pupil: mojave-red: rantingmacaron: mojave-red: more-snatched-photos: It doesn鈥檛 make us go crazy. We just don鈥檛 understand the why. No one has ever satisfactorily explained why bagged milk is better than milk in jugs. There is no literal reason since the jugs we use are just as cheap as bags and with a bag you need to put it into something as soon as it鈥檚 opened because otherwise you鈥檙e crying over spilt milk I don鈥檛 understand why y'all use jugs though. They鈥檙e so impractical. No they鈥檙e not. You have a self contained stand able container.聽 With a bag you have one floppy boi We have holders for that. There鈥檚 no real difference. Wouldn鈥檛 it be crazy if there was a way you could hold milk without grabbing a separate holder? Some sort of solid plastic or cardboard container, that would be so cool. Then there are Soviet milk pyramids. Those are the oddest milk containers of all but they鈥檙e really cool. Thanks! That鈥檚 horrible! Curse you for sharing! i want a Soviet milk pyramid
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berniesrevolution: IN THESE TIMES Today teachers and education workers in Los Angeles, the second largest school district in the country (after New York), voted 98 percent to 2 percent to authorize their first strike in nearly 30 years. Last spring鈥檚 strikes and school walkouts by educators from West Virginia to Oklahoma, Arizona and more, took place in so-called red states. This school year, the strikes have moved to blue states, with teachers in Washington state school districts already on strike and Seattle teachers approving a strike vote earlier this week. The LA educators will likely go on strike, if they can鈥檛 negotiate a settlement through mediation, in mid-to-late October. They have been working under an expired contract for over a year, since June 30, 2017. At the top of the educators鈥 list of demands are reducing class size; less testing and more teaching time; basics such as new textbooks, and restoring essential support structures that students need, including school nurses and guidance counselors. California, despite being one of the wealthiest states in the nation, ranks 43 out of 50 in funding per pupil, according to the union. Julia Lathin, an art history teacher at Hamilton High, says, 鈥淥ur school has over 2,000 students and one nurse, but she was only hired to be here part time. Because of this, I let my students know that I have a cabinet in my classroom that鈥檚 always stocked with pads and tampons. I need these kids focused on their education and not worrying about if they鈥檙e going to bleed through their pants at school because there isn鈥檛 always a nurse on campus.鈥 Out of dozens of teachers interviewed for this article, not one placed wages at the top of their priorities list. When asked, 鈥淚f management offered to meet your salary demands and nothing else, would you still plan to strike?鈥, all said yes. Among the top concern voiced by teachers is the need to eliminate Section 1.5 of their contract, which allows teacher-to-student ratios of 1 teacher鈥攁lone in their class without assistance鈥攖o up to 46 students. That鈥檚 right: one teacher responsible for up to 46 students. Brandon Abraham, an English teacher with 18 years of teaching experience, says, 鈥淲hen I started teaching in 1999, the teacher to student ratio was 1:20. I had twenty students in my class. These days, because of all the cuts, we don鈥檛 even have school librarians anymore, we are teaching basic literacy. They keep cutting and cutting and cutting essential services that students need to learn. To do a good job鈥攚hich we do鈥攊s hard enough when conditions are perfect, but when the conditions get this challenging, it鈥檚 hard to motivate and inspire students. The problem is, really good teachers are leaving the profession because the conditions have become so difficult.鈥 (Continue Reading) : FRIDAY, AUG 31, 2018, 6:00 PM In a Historic Move, Los Angeles Educators Vote To Strike BY JANE MCALEVEY R Share | y Tweet Reddit Ju StumbleUpon @ Email Print Thousands came to the #Allin4Respect rally in downtown Los Angeles in May, part of the lead-up to the strike. (Photo from UTLA Facebook) berniesrevolution: IN THESE TIMES Today teachers and education workers in Los Angeles, the second largest school district in the country (after New York), voted 98 percent to 2 percent to authorize their first strike in nearly 30 years. Last spring鈥檚 strikes and school walkouts by educators from West Virginia to Oklahoma, Arizona and more, took place in so-called red states. This school year, the strikes have moved to blue states, with teachers in Washington state school districts already on strike and Seattle teachers approving a strike vote earlier this week. The LA educators will likely go on strike, if they can鈥檛 negotiate a settlement through mediation, in mid-to-late October. They have been working under an expired contract for over a year, since June 30, 2017. At the top of the educators鈥 list of demands are reducing class size; less testing and more teaching time; basics such as new textbooks, and restoring essential support structures that students need, including school nurses and guidance counselors. California, despite being one of the wealthiest states in the nation, ranks 43 out of 50 in funding per pupil, according to the union. Julia Lathin, an art history teacher at Hamilton High, says, 鈥淥ur school has over 2,000 students and one nurse, but she was only hired to be here part time. Because of this, I let my students know that I have a cabinet in my classroom that鈥檚 always stocked with pads and tampons. I need these kids focused on their education and not worrying about if they鈥檙e going to bleed through their pants at school because there isn鈥檛 always a nurse on campus.鈥 Out of dozens of teachers interviewed for this article, not one placed wages at the top of their priorities list. When asked, 鈥淚f management offered to meet your salary demands and nothing else, would you still plan to strike?鈥, all said yes. Among the top concern voiced by teachers is the need to eliminate Section 1.5 of their contract, which allows teacher-to-student ratios of 1 teacher鈥攁lone in their class without assistance鈥攖o up to 46 students. That鈥檚 right: one teacher responsible for up to 46 students. Brandon Abraham, an English teacher with 18 years of teaching experience, says, 鈥淲hen I started teaching in 1999, the teacher to student ratio was 1:20. I had twenty students in my class. These days, because of all the cuts, we don鈥檛 even have school librarians anymore, we are teaching basic literacy. They keep cutting and cutting and cutting essential services that students need to learn. To do a good job鈥攚hich we do鈥攊s hard enough when conditions are perfect, but when the conditions get this challenging, it鈥檚 hard to motivate and inspire students. The problem is, really good teachers are leaving the profession because the conditions have become so difficult.鈥 (Continue Reading)

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the-defiant-pupil: grednforgesgirl: ogrish161: -鈥渕ommy, the kids at school are mean to me!鈥 -鈥淥H, WHAT, ARE U #TRIGGERED???, LIFE ISNT UR #SAFE SPACE LMAO鈥 Stay away from children for the rest of your lives please The people who hate this are probably the ones traumatizing their children Both extremes on the spectrum are fucking terrible.: Nearly half of American children experience some adverse childhood experience. Sesame Street wants to help them cope For Traumatized Children, An Offer Of Help From The Muppets The Angry Squirrel 40s Replying to @NPR No more safe spaces NPR trudy ferrer @trudyferrer 2m Replying to @NPR So lets keep defunding NPR jayne wilson @jwjwtw1997 1m Replying to @NPR Sometimes it's called" life ". A KNIFE!! @birdconspiracy literally how hateful do you have to be to respond to "we want to help traumatized children" with "that's Just LIFE you fucking SNOWFLAKES" Street wants to help them cope The Angry Squirrel .40s Replying to @NPR No more safe spaces NPR trudy ferrer @trudyferrer 2m Replying to @NPR So lets keep defunding NPR For Traumatized Children, An Offer Of Help From The Muppets npr.org jayne wilson @jwjwtw1997 1m Replying to @NPR Sometimes it's called" life ". 10/6/17, 10:29 AM Tweet your reply Tweet your reply the-defiant-pupil: grednforgesgirl: ogrish161: -鈥渕ommy, the kids at school are mean to me!鈥 -鈥淥H, WHAT, ARE U #TRIGGERED???, LIFE ISNT UR #SAFE SPACE LMAO鈥 Stay away from children for the rest of your lives please The people who hate this are probably the ones traumatizing their children Both extremes on the spectrum are fucking terrible.
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