Get a Damned Flue Shot!

So here’s the deal. I have the flu.

If I let myself I would sleep 24 hours a day.

I’m all over the place emotionally, I mean,
“Why is my body doing this to me?”

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The flu is hitting the U.S. early this year.

The header image is a CDC map of flu outbreaks in the United States.

Here’s stuff you need to know about the Flue Vaccine:

Myths about the flu vaccine
Flu Vaccine, facts and myths

 

A Map of where the flu is hitting hardest as of December 10, 2017
A Map of where the flu is hitting hardest as of December 10, 2017

Now back to my feverish hallucinations:

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Say hi to Aunt Vlad!

Note: I do not own the images in this post, they were all found on Google image.

A Victory for Common Sense

Good News for Common sense!

Politics Unraveled

Great news coming out of Georgia! Gov. Nathan Deal has vetoed the controversial anti-gay bill that would have allowed churches and other faith-based organizations to refuse performing same-sex marriages. The bill would have also given people the right to refuse service and even employment to anyone “whose religious beliefs or practices or lack of either are not in accord with the faith-based organization’s sincerely held religious belief.”

The bill passed the Georgia’s state legislature last week and became controversial on day one. Major companies and organizations from across the nation spoke out against it and even threatened to move production to other states if Gov. Deal had chosen to sign the bill into law.

At a news conference this morning, Gov. Deal stated, “I do not think that we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith-based community in Georgia.”

We must confess that if companies like Coca-Cola and big…

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November’s Influential Woman Writer

J.D. Thompson

“I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life’s a bitch. You’ve got to go out and kick ass.

A few weeks ago, I made the decision to regularly post pieces highlighting influential women authors in history. I feel very strongly about sharing these stories with you because in the end, we as women are the key to our own advancement. We have the ability to reshape the status quo. It’s my belief that by letting ourselves be inspired by the people who built the foundation that raised us out of the trenches as a gender we will continue to strive for equality. These aren’t meant to be biographical posts; if you wish to read the person’s short life description you can refer to Wikipedia. My goal is simply to share these writers with you and hope that it peaks your interest enough…

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