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Discussion in 'Education & Learning' started by Gloria Mitchell, Aug 6, 2019.
How many of those people are still pursuing endless appeals?
I think most of them and that's why decades in prison.
I am learning I may be worse off than I expected. But I am working on the issues
@Gloria Mitchell Oh no Gloria. Are the meds not working, are you still getting over your fall. Hope your " What I Learned Today " goes in the right and positive direction. Thinking of you. .
I'm with you @ Lon Tanner. I can see a cap of 3-5 years, but 10???? Of course, part of the problem is our judicial system running so slowly. You would think people with that much college time would come up with a quicker system.
I'm so sorry Gloria. At an age in our life when we should be able to relax and enjoy the day, so many are blindsided by an illness. I hope you find the right medication or solution soon.
Awe Thank you...I probably make it sound worse by even mentioning .Others much worse than me.
@Gloria Mitchell Remember you are #1, you need to look after yourself, do what's best for you.
I have a friend that has only been charging her iPad and iPhone when the battery goes dead, because she had at some point been told that she should let the battery run completely down before recharging it.
I always keep everything charged up as much as possible, and have been telling her she should do that. Anyway, here is the information from the Apple Support forum, and it goes into great detail about keeping our devices charged up properly.
Actually it was yesterday but learned some interesting facts about. Herbert Hoover.
I learned Wolfgang, Amadeous, Mozart are the same person. I only knew of Mozart by Mozart and nothing else.
He is an interesting man isn't he? I don't think he was as bad as the new historians seem to want to make him out to be. At least he was seriously dedicated to his job. I'm not sure about the personal stuff they are also now saying.
By the way, your avatar pic is really NICE! I hope you are also feeling better.
It makes you wonder what you did in school doesn't it?
Until a year or so ago, I thought Singapore was a city in Japan.
@Bess Barber, yeah.
Yes I am better..thank you. The pic is from January of this year. He was interesting...he is the one who started the stop lights...red yellow and green