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... too fast. The following weeks afterwards flew by too. I was finishing the end of my intern year on an Infectious Disease rotation with relatively normal hours (8-6 and weekends off!), and busy with license renewal tasks for neurology next year at Jefferson, last name changing shena****ns, as well tying up all the wedding loose ends. I'm happy to announce that we finished all the thank you notes, so now we can just enjoy the trip.
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... There’s a pizza place on the corner, and a general / liquor store across the street.
The most important news of the evening? Our apartment is AMAZING! *see pictures* It’s a condo unit in what used to be an old hoopskirt / petticoat factory way back in 1875. It has a living / dining area with great big high ceilings and a huge light fitting that has drawings attached to it as a massive tiered shade. It has huge ceiling beams, a pulley mechanism hanging ...
... of different places and ten she dropped me in Fishtown...an area that seemed a bit like Brixton or Peckham whole she went and did her motorcycle class. When trying to take cash out, the atms I tried didn't let me so I rang the bank and they said that I had exceeded my daily balance, which couldn't be true became I hadn't even used my card in the last 2 days. After a very long expensive call I worked out that someone in ...
... nations — adult human beings are more or less free to have all the sex and food they want?
This question opens the door to a real paradox. For given how closely connected the two appetites appear to be, it would be natural to expect that people would do the same kinds of things with both appetites — that they would pursue both with equal ardor when finally allowed to do so, for example, or with equal abandon for consequence; or conversely, ...
Stopping in Philadelphia for just 15 minutes, we got to see the Liberty Bell and the Hall where the Declaration of Independence was signed, before making our way back to New York and completing our excursion.