I can hear your concerns.
“How about you just get over it?”
“Why would I?”
You want to know why.
“It’s a pain in the ass.”
You’re not a dick.
It’s not your fault that you live in a state of perpetual adolescence.
And you’re not stupid.
You’ve got it in you.
You’re good at what you do.
The truth is, the world’s fucked up, and you need to stop being a dick about it.
I’ve been to college.
I’m still in high school.
I love it here.
The only time I miss it is when I’m driving a car and a group of guys in suits, wearing their best suits, are screaming at me about the future of the planet and how the world is changing for the worse.
I’ll never forget the first time I saw that.
“Don’t get too high on the bubble, you’re going to be bored.
You can’t expect to be in charge of a world where the people that run it are the ones that are going to end up dead.”
That’s the only time, honestly, I’ve ever felt remotely comfortable talking about the state of the world.
And it’s not just my own personal experience.
It sounds corny, but I’ve never felt more terrified in my life.
“You’ll get bored of this,” they tell me.
They are right.
You’ll get tired of this.
I know I’ve seen it in people around me.
You may have watched the news recently.
There are stories of mass shootings and mass shootings of cops and mass shooters.
There’s a general trend of the mass shootings being worse than before.
We can blame all this on the internet, the internet and the media, but there’s no doubt that the internet is the biggest problem facing our country right now.
“What about all those people who hate what’s going on?
What about all the people who are being turned off by all this bullshit?
What’s stopping them from coming out and making a difference?”
This is where I live.
This is how I live now.
You don’t get to decide what’s normal and what’s not.
I have to say this: If you want to make the world a better place, you can’t go around pretending it’s OK to hate.
I would hate for you to hate me.
And if you want the world to be better, I hope you can at least accept that it’s going to suck a lot worse than it is right now if you’re in my position.
It is, after all, my job to make you feel good about the way you’re living your life.
It takes a lot of work, but it’s something I’m passionate about.
It requires a lot more courage than I think people should take for granted, but that’s the kind of courage I have.
You want a change?
Let’s go to the mall.
You have an hour to kill.
And that’s OK.
I understand that you might feel like you need some help to get your shit together.
But the fact of the matter is, you’ve got time.
It could be tomorrow.
It can be next week.
It might be a year.
But if you go to your local mall and pick up some groceries, you’ll be ready for whatever’s coming.
So you better be ready.
If you don’t, you might be on your own for the rest of your life, and that’s a hell of a lot better than living your shitty life.
Tags public health,bodies of people,cancer,disease source MTV Tech (UK, US) title The Body of People Who Died in Public Health ‘Diseases’ article There are more than 10,000 deaths every year in the United States, with nearly 5,000 of them attributed to chronic conditions.
The public health community has a long way to go in trying to understand what causes these conditions, but we do have a solid framework in place to help us make better public health decisions.
What we know about chronic disease is that people who die from chronic diseases are much more likely to be obese, have higher blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and high cholesterol.
This means that people with a chronic disease are at higher risk for obesity, high blood pressure and high levels of diabetes.
This may not sound like much, but the body’s own mechanisms of disease are not as well understood.
The fact that these chronic diseases kill more people every year than all of the other chronic diseases combined is alarming.
But what about chronic conditions in general?
We know that people are more likely than others to die from other chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and cancer.
But how do we actually understand the health impacts of these conditions in particular?
Chronic diseases like heart disease are hard to define.
People don’t talk about them in the same way we do cancer.
We talk about it as if it were just another