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"It wasn’t really a judge thing. I think it was just more of a human thing."
We can wake ourselves up by increasing our oxygen level by breathing deeply. Or conversely, we can put ourselves to sleep with a kind of meditation of shallow breathing, and repeating silently the words to the rhythmic "in" and "out" like a mantra.
What matters is that the individual himself accept the time and energy needed to metabolize and integrate the psychic change in order to continue with life in the present.
People also consistently reported their frustration with the robot's (in)ability to understand them and the need to repeat
Caitlyn Becker joins Mike to discuss the halt of production in the porn industry.
Josh gives us the latest on Amanda Bynes' psychiatric hospital visit.
Keeping a plane at the gate may be the ultimate way to say, "We care." It requires that an employee ignore years of training and be willing to face real consequences on an upcoming performance review. The message is unmistakable: You're important to us.
As it turns out, United flight 667 was delayed leaving San Francisco. Drake was visibly distraught. You can't prepare for a moment like this, but now came the very real possibility that he wouldn't have chance to see his mother before she passed away.
While Pres. Obama has the legal authority to make such temporary appointments when the Senate is not in session, his unwise
At this point, the ideal option for Obama would be to abandon Matthew Bryza's flawed candidacy for ambassador to Azerbaijan and name another less controversial nominee who could be confirmed by the Senate.
This used to be known as "selling your vote" or "trading on your influence," but we have to admit that this is the normal
President Obama this week has successfully put the Republican Party on the defensive. This could be a fleeting thing, or it could be the start of a whole new way for Obama's administration to operate.
Democrats need to realize that they still have the biggest majority in both houses of Congress that they are likely to see in their lifetimes.
After taking more time off than George Bush ever did, Congress finds itself at the year's end with a whole stack of things to accomplish. Which results in a frenzy of things getting passed, or at least debated.
On the campaign trail, Democrats may run hard against Bush's assault on the rule of law. In Washington, however, too many of them just run from security fights with Bush.
You don't start a political showdown by telling the other side they've already won! How many times do I have to say this