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Just read an op ed by Anita Hill on Bill O'Reilly's firing. She mentioned a blog post by Susan J. Fowler that I clicked through to. Fascinating story of this woman's time in a very sick corporate culture at Uber. Some of the responses to the blog post were fascinating as well, including the discussion started by a male poster who asked if Uber's "disruptive" business model (callous toward the rights of existing cab industry workers) might have something to do with it.

An interesting read

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annie I'm saving the other hand for you

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@Current- interesting.

@Tigg: a one handed read? ;-)

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smut

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"Losing Trust in the World"

The title was super cheery but it was the subtitle that really pulled me in:

"Holocaust Scholars Discuss Torture"

Surprisingly interesting and not nearly as depressing as one might think. Also, and totally unexpected, it enlightened me that Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch was one of the architects of the legal justification for the Bush administration's "Enhanced interrogation" policy. Did not know that and haven't heard it brought up in the news.

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cant read

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"taking papaya pills instead of Tums is one or the other"

Not that this is the intention of this thread, *but*

Papaya is the source of papain, which is a protease (protein-digesting) enzyme which can pre-digest meats and other protein sources earlier in the digestive process. This also allows it to be used as a meat tenderizer. Too much causes it to attack the stomach lining and upper GI tract.

Tums are antacids, i.e. they react with excess hydrochloric acid in your stomach. So they serve entirely different purposes :)

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I will spank BOTH of you NJny & BLM- talking trash about that! ;)

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Oh no...another one. :-) I will and thanks... I think. There is a lot of reading out there on the subject. I got caught up trying to figure out if taking papaya pills instead of Tums is one or the other.

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BLM, don't forget ayurvedic medicine, too. ;-)

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