In 2014, Charles Yu was working 18 hour days as in house counsel for a Los Angeles tech firm, supporting his wife and two kids while writing on the side successfully. At 38, he’d published two short story collections and a novel. When Yu explained that he already had two full time jobs, the showrunner said, “You should be writing full time.” That was Yu’s last day as a lawyer..
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A lot of people are going to work each day in essential jobs and have no idea if they have it. Up until now getting tested has been pretty difficult unless your symptoms were really bad. Allowing people to get tested at will so they know and can self quarantine is a major improvement in preventing the spread..
I tried progressive lenses for a while, but hated them. The need to tilt my head back to look at the top half of the computer screen meant I had a stiff neck by the end of the day. So now I have two sets of glasses with two different prescriptions one for distance, and one for computer work (and reading)..
It’s so different in London. You kind of forget your age we’re all walking around not wanting to grow up. Kind of like ageing Peter Pans.’But they’re all very happy for her.’Oh, absolutely. The “Celebrate” event, which is organized by DOD Pride, an employee resource group that works with the Pentagon, comes at a time when transgender supporters are still pushing for an end to the military’s policy that bars them from serving openly.”There is a lot to celebrate,” James Hatt, an Air Force civilian and event organizer, told CNN. “We aren’t complete yet, but we have won some victories.”In a speech at the gathering of about 100 people, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus said gains have been made but acknowledged there is still more to be done.”Although it took far too long for policy to match reality, and while there is still work to be done, we have made great progress toward achieving DoD Pride’s goal of ensuring that all members of the Department are empowered to support its mission in an inclusive workplace free of discrimination,” Mabus said.Members of the transgender community are prohibited from openly serving in the military, unlike lesbians, gays and bisexuals, who can serve openly.Defense Secretary Ash Carter last year called the prohibition on transgender people “outdated, confusing” and an “inconsistent approach that’s contrary to our value of service and individual merit.” As a result, a working group was set up to spend six months developing new policies.But those hoping the Pentagon would announce a change at the event Wednesday came away disappointed.”I don’t know what’s taking so long to resolve the policy,” Sue Fulton, an Army veteran and president of LGBT military group SPARTA, told CNN.”There have been many transgender service members who have come out within their commands and been accepted. But they are in policy limbo until the new policy is released.