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It was meant to put a smile on your face. Please stop sending me instructions on how to turn my autocorrect off. 😳🤔
Texted my friends to ask if I could take their kids with me to Satan... still have not heard back from them. I meant Santa...
Thanks for all the love, I appreciate a follow. 💗
#ChristmasStory with you. It's based on the story our mamas tell us so that we aren't afraid and bark at Santy Claws. My canine friend Moe & a human named Jodie inspired me to create this as a holiday gift for my Twitter friends.
Please follow along and be patient with me.
Our Story is called:
Moe Knows: A Christmas Tail.
Moe Knows loneliness.
He was an adorable puppy. Some kind of bully breed mix born just before Christmas. When he was just a little tyke he was bought by a man wanting something
that would grow into a big guard dog. So Moe was taken from his mama & siblings and went to his new home. His first night there he spent alone in a garage with only a thin blanket between him and the floor. Moe cried all night.
Moe knows cold.
He spent his days chained in a yard and his nights in the garage. Being a mischievous pup, Moe eventually found things in the garage to play with & chew on. This made the man very angry & Moe was no longer allowed to sleep in the garage. He stayed chained
outdoors and huddled under an old truck in the yard to keep out of the wind & keep dry.
Not hugely challenging, we admit.
The name is pronounced "Dot-to-bot", btw, not "Dot-oh-bot". As in a dot-to-dot puzzle.
That arm bit is really catching people out, although tbf we did mess up the shading a
The 13-14-15 arc is where the arm connects to the body.
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I learned so much about interviewing and negotiating globally that I thought I'd write a master-thread on my thoughts:
First of all: Everybody always thinks that there are "stars" in this industry who can go anywhere and get a job in an instant - some people would count me as one of them.
Let me tell you: It's a myth. Star or not, companies differ WILDLY in their needs, culture and requirements.
There is no guarantee for a job, ever. There is no holy grail level you can reach that will make you into this being that can pick and choose wherever they want to go. In the end, you need to find the exact right fit for both you and the company. That's a marathon, not a sprint.
Further: Interviewing in this industry takes FUCKING FOREVER. At every place I had interviews with I got at least to mid-tier stages and that always means at least 2-3 interviews. 3-5 interviews before an offer is STANDARD. Jup. I know. It's a lot.
With some companies I have been in on and off discussions for literal months. 2-6 months to get an offer ANYWHERE is completely normal. If you're looking for a job, you need to be really patient. I know that's super tough, especially when you desperately need a new job.
* This thread will use military time and EST time zone for any times provided.
November 7, 2020 - The press calls the 2020 presidential election for now President-elect Joe Biden, 4 days after the election.
November 9, 2020
After meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and in violation of standing Department of Justice policy not to interfere in elections, US Attorney General Bill Barr authorizes federal prosecutors to investigate claims of electoral fraud.
Richard Pilger, the head of the DoJ’s Election Crimes Branch, resigns in response to Barr’s memo.
Trump fires Secretary of Defense Mark Esper. In response, Esper says, “Who’s going to come in behind me? It’s going to be a real ‘yes man.’ And then God help us.”
Trump immediately names Christopher Miller Acting Secretary of Defense.
Trump follows Esper’s firing with firing the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, and the Chief of Staff to the Secretary of Defense, constituting a “near total decapitation of civilian leadership” at the Pentagon.
Thread ahead. It's gonna be a long one so buckle up or mute accordingly.
2/ First - etymology of the hashtag (as I understand it). @stevieboebi posted a video about how after years of misdiagnosis, dismissiveness and all the all too familiar to many of us experiences with doctors, she finally got a dx. (Note no
3/ At the very end of a *12 minute* video she makes a statement of support to people who have had or are having similar experiences struggling to get diagnosed and treatment. Doctors are dickheads were three words in a TWELVE MINUTE video.
4/ In response someone (not sure if they are a doctor or med student or what) said they are "personally offended" by those three words (and apparently missed entire point of video). @stevieboebi replied.
YEAH WELL SORRY FOR YOU but we are told to trust doctors fully and that HURTS PEOPLE because doctors have biases and they are wrong just like the rest of us humans. And me learning that helped me tell my doctors off and demand to be treated differently and led to my diagnosis.— Stevie \U0001f52e (@stevieboebi) October 22, 2018
5/ At some point @crippledscholar tweeted.