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Leslie Loftis
Once An American Housewife in London. Now formerly in London, blocked in Turkey. ن. Rogue Feminist. Multiverse fangirl. | Active
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Leslie Loftis Aug 12
Apparently, not only a US media with running with assumptions problems. (From what can translate.)
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Leslie Loftis Aug 11
My day is made. North Dakota study is out and stunning advocates, and pulls off this 👇 cc
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Leslie Loftis Aug 11
Too many assumptions about custody post divorce. Probably because few looked at outcomes. So started gathering the data.
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Leslie Loftis Aug 11
He can have both the labor claims against his employer and defamation against the press.
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Stacey Lennox Aug 9
I was an HR Director for 15 years. I know exactly what they will show. And agree with you 100%.
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Leslie Loftis Aug 10
The "ferocious, weak, and crazy" analysis from . Worth reading.
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IronLadies Aug 10
To discuss the Google memo it is necessary to actually read the Google memo. The press did not. by
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Nicole Fisher Aug 9
I don't think this is how American government checks & balances works... 🤔🤔🤔
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IronLadies Aug 9
Sex Ed Fails to Educate Women About Pregnancy Risks by
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IronLadies Aug 9
The Digital Elite Dominates Debates Over by in
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Ed Whelan Aug 9
I agree with : surely enough to get to jury on claim of retaliation for complaining of Google's discrimination.
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IronLadies Aug 9
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Leslie Loftis Aug 9
I was gonna ask why y'all were tweeting at me over here, but I tweeted that from this acct, didn't I?
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Bill Kokkinis Aug 8
I know, right? Almost like the ad was trying to say, "There's only one proper way to wear a seatbelt". This is a total advertising fail.
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Jake Aug 7
The funny thing is when I first saw it, I thought it was an anti gay ad
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Stephen Miller Aug 7
Simon Cowell pays for Britains Got Talent contestant's scoliosis spinal surgery - flies her to US. not available NHS
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IronLadies Aug 6
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Constructive Voices Aug 4
"Perhaps we need to look more at how people live than how they die". So agree with writing in
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Christian Paasch Aug 5
.'s 2010 Spare The Child campaign sounds nice but 7 yrs later, still falls short: . For example:
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Amy Aug 4
Has anyone questioned Bill Murray?
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