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  1. in 2016, the motor vehicle fatality rate was 102 per day link
  2. OP is the guy who circled it, but look at basically everyone else - Paris, Madrid, NYC, Bangalore, etc
  3. look at these decreases in traffic worldwide! tweet here
  4. only reason i doubt the last one re: extent of record keeping is because it's hard to bill when you have a medical record system that is that bad but yeah, there is just a feeling there. not that this is perfect, but if you are ever in a position where you need to send a loved one to a nursing facility PLEASE check Nursing Home Compare: https://www.medicare.gov/nursinghomecompare/search.html? they rate hospitals on a 1 to 5 scale for overall rating, health inspections, staffing and quality measures. it's from the government - so it isn't some random person rating them and they rate even across the board for all facilities in the US.
  5. NYT: After Threats, Anthony Fauci to Receive Enhanced Personal Security Full Text:
  6. it is astounding to me the huge variances between "good" nursing homes and "not good" nursing homes...and it isn't just related to cost to live there.
  7. naw it's in the TOS it's actually kind of funny...I've seen other tech companies use this, including one app developer that specifically said one individual or his agents couldn't use it lol but here is the full TOS part that mentions these folks @atomheartbevo
  8. I assume the April Fools Open isn't happening today?
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    Bread Thread

    This is the no knead recipe I like the most, from Kenji Lopez-Alt. It's a riff on the fairly famous NYT one that Mark Bittman put together years ago https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2011/06/better-no-knead-bread-recipe.html
  10. You say this like the critical access hospital in Alpine or Uvalde is the same as St. Davids or THR or BSW...they aren't. ICU patients are a higher acuity patients and the nurse:patient ratio is much lower than a typical med surg unit or OB unit. there is a huge need for them in NYC or NO and meanwhile, in Texas and most of the rest of the country there isn't at a huge "need" and a ton of nurses are either getting flex'd off or doing non nurse things to get hours. this is because nobody is doing elective surgeries meaning that the volume and therefore the need is low. so one area has a high need and a low supply and is willing to pay $Texas, the other area doesn't (currently) have a huge need and has a high supply of nurses.
  11. it is not real get something like ublock origin or ghostery (and also privacy badger)
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