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- RT @xeni: If you have someone with mental illness close to your heart, know they have more of a shot at treatment, compassion, and a good l… 2 days ago
- This was delightful. washingtonpost.com/news/worldview… via @washingtonpost 1 week ago
- RT @skyglowberlin: Poll for tenured professors only: How many years from the START of your PhD to when you got tenure? Other academics, I'… 1 week ago
- Between feeling better and #dst , the toddler is having a heck of a time going to sleep. Best excuse? "My lamp wants to be in the hallway." 2 weeks ago
- This $4 mug from Ikea has drastically improved my quality of life over the past week. What small thing makes your l… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 2 weeks ago