"Thanks Mikey, for years of entertainment and off the wall beautiful nonsense. Thank you for taking the job as the mail guy at Turner so many years ago and getting to the point we're at now. Without you, I wouldn't have the online friends I do (they're really great jerks and I them) and once again, I thank you. If I ever get the opportunity to shake your hand again, it will be with a much deeper gratitude than ever before. Thanks, man. You've changed lives."
after numerous complaints by other coworkers that went completely ignored, i was the one who called the cops on a coworker for repeatedly parking in the nearest handicap spot despite the fact that she is not handicap, her husband is
cuz i'm a jerk, she's a jerk, and i figured a fine would quit all that drama
I also never follow the three points of contact rule
"In December 2013, Deadpool was confirmed as being omnisexual by Deadpool writer Gerry Dugan via Twitter. When asked about Deadpool's sexuality, co-creator Fabian Nicieza stated, "Deadpool is whatever sexual inclination his brain tells him he is in THAT moment. And then the moment passes." Nicieza has also stated, "Not trying to be dismissive, but readers always want to 'make a character their own' and often that is to the exclusion of what the character might mean to other fans. I've been dogged with the DP sexuality questions for YEARS. It is a bit tiring. He is NO sex and ALL sexes. He is yours and everyone else's. So not dismissive, but rather the epitome of inclusive.""
this is really it and nothing else.
it's kind of like being pissed that they didn't portray dumbledore as gay in the movies or books.
Honestly I see the whole Dumbledore is gay thing as Rowling saying that to appease to the gay community and not start an issue, which is extremely common now of days. Not saying Dumbledore should be straight either. I see Dumbledore more as asexual, someone dedicated entirely to his work at Hogwarts and to all the students there, you could say they being his family.
Similar thing with Gustavo Fring from Breaking Bad. Everyone thinks Gus is gay now cause when Gilligan was asked about Gus' relationship with his friend Max and if they were gay, Gilligan didn't confirm or deny it, but gave a vague, open-ended question, and now everyone thinks Gus is gay. Which wouldn't make much sense, considering in the episode when Walt first went to his house for dinner and Gus said his kids won't be joining them. Maybe they're adopted kids, but I don't see the US allowing a south american immigrant with an unknown past going and adopting American children.
I wonder if posts like this make people in the LGBTQ community eyeroll so hard that they forever look like characters in an Annie comic....just I'm not even gay and my eyes rolled so hard I saw what was behind me
Platelets are what makes up blood clots....as well as fibrin and fibrinogen. Everyone is bruising constantly. You feet are being bruised by the pressure from your shoe...or just from when you bump against stuff through out the day. You body heals before you can notice. If she has so much bruising it's because she's not healing fast or not at all.
Meds did this to me once. Are you on any?
Yup. Estradiol & spironolactone.
I looked up both of them and found out that one of the severe side effects of Spironolactone is "unusual bleeding and bruising". Definitely bring that up to the doctor, ask them to test your platelets, etc. You should probably even consider asking to be switched to a medication without that side effect.
I took a medicine called Depakote with no problem for two or three years, but over the ages of thirteen and fourteen I started to develop a bunch of health problems that everyone was pretty much dumbfounded about (a 60+ pound drop in weight over the span of just a few months, lots of large purple/yellow bruises being caused even by light hits, skin becoming much paler than normal, general exhaustion, etc.). Turns out I developed thrombocytopenia because of the Depakote and it had caused a drop of 86% of my blood platelets. The "mild liver damage" that I had left over after everything was sorted out over the course of the next several months is still visible on blood tests even today.
Even if a doctor is testing your blood, they may not be testing for the stuff that they're supposed to. That's what allowed my thrombocytopenia to get so out of hand and now I just get blood tests at the local hospital instead.