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Princess, The Tower Jul 10
“People with live a secret life of struggling. They may not look sick at all…they may fall apart as soon as they get home, after keeping the facade for hours… They may try hard to present themselves as “OK”…and often, they are not.”
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Mom's Chronic Ride ♿🦓 Jul 11
Replying to @Katamac1967
If side effects are the reason why ’s shouldn’t take , then maybe doctors should seriously consider taking everyone off of Insulin, Coumadin, and other (life saving/altering) meds with dangerous side effects... But, oh wait, that wouldn’t make any sense, would it? 🤔
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Lelena Jul 16
I'm one that feels no patient should bear , whatever the affliction. No one should be saddled with . I speak up for pretty much anyone who is oppressed, because the way I see it? Let it go, & another vulnerable group is next. Happened with ! That's just me tho.
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KristinNoMore☜🛐⚖🆘 18h
I'm just gonna say this and leave it here. As a for over 30 years, the physicians recommendations were pain relieving (scheduled meds) since other modalities had been tried ad nauseum. Now, w/the threats of the DEA they dropped pts everywhere. Are they not responsible for
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Joe Newman Jul 13
This is the most rediculous thing I have read in a long time. Unless the bill somehow mandates that long term chronic, severe pain is cured first the only thing accomplished is the early death of & by denial of the only effective med for saving their lives.
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Pocket MicroTechnics 13h
C/C++ compiler/linker/optimizer are not allowed to reorder structure members. Can anyone give me a link to an official standard documentation that confirms that? I can't find anything "official" about that fact.
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Princess, The Tower Jul 15
“Almost the entirety of the public narrative that shapes federal and state policy is wrong… There’s no cause and effect between prescribing rates and overdose deaths…the DEA is destroying tens of thousands of ’s lives for no good reason.”
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Foxtendo Switch 18h
C++ JUCE programming is hard lmao. But still interesting enough to hold my attention. I now know how to write a sinewave generator yay. Though atm, I don't entirely get everything, I can redo it by referencing code portions.
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Meeting C++ Jul 15
Elements C++ GUI LIbrary - new ui Library in the making
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Julie Shaw⚄ Jul 13
Stop conflating prescription pain meds with illegal drugs. Prescriptions have fallen significantly while illegal drug use and overdose deaths continue to grow. Stop the hysteria.
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Princess, The Tower 6h
“The difference between someone with associated … If I go out…it could take a week to recover. I have to carefully plan every activity… You experience a completely different kind of tired than people with chronic illnesses.”
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Antonio Caggiano 🦀 Jul 15
How to convert a vector to a list?
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Akd Jul 15
… range algorithm benchmarks between classical stl, range and
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Joe Newman Jul 13
As an integral part of your ill advised, meddling bill intended to deny the only meds which can save their lives and protect them from deadly complications of untreated, severe pain you need to allocate funds to cover the funeral costs of all your victims. Think about it.
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Dalton Lima Jul 16
Days 25 & 26 - Playing with Ray Tracing! (Work in Progress) Based on the book Ray Tracing in One Weekend by
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Bartlomiej Filipek Jul 16
do you use unique_ptr? if not then see this: 5 ways how unique_ptr enhances resource safety in your code
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Keith Brown Jul 15
I’m on a roll. Here’s one for
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devsmood Jul 15
Maybe we should always assume the worst.
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Elias Farhan Jul 15
Currently preparing my talk for the Swiss Game Academy () on optimization for game engine and I had to make a rabbithole video:
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Meeting C++ Jul 15
Attending the C++ Committee meeting in Cologne
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