No, it is not. It straight out delusional. Because it has been his practice to listen to all that could be said against him; to profit by as much of it as was just, and expound to himself, and upon occasion to others, the fallacy of what was fallacious.
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Since Jan. 1, Brandon Cooper, a pharmacist at Soo’s Drug Store in Jonesboro, has turned away a number of patients seeking to fill routine prescriptions. The problem is not that the pharmacy lacks the drugs in question or that the patients don’t have insurance, Cooper said.
Last week: MISSIONS TO MARS: After seven months, the Hope spacecraft launched by the United Arab Emirates on July 20, 2020, has successfully entered the orbit of Mars. Hope’s mission is to study and map the complex weather on Mars. Two more robotic missions should arrive to the red planet this month, China’s Tianwen 1 and the US’s Perseverance.
“Every community deserves full access to COVID 19 testing. We will continue to work to expand access to testing for all residents across Boston, particularly our hardest hit communities,” Mayor Walsh said in a statement. “Access to neighborhood based testing will help us quickly identify cases, and get people the care and support needed to recover and prevent the further spread of COVID 19.”.
Nothing to do with addicts, but the medical stigma in my area around people with disabilities especially developmental and intellectual is ridiculous. I work with those kinds of people and the stories I’ve heard of sending a mostly non verbal resident to the hospital only to have the hospital starve them for three days bc he needs to be spoon fed and they had no time and then say after we come get him ‘yeah he wouldn’t eat or talk sorry’ kind of baffles me. It’s happened more than once.