boynamedsue8 t1_j8zr5kq wrote

Check out this movie! I believe it was filmed back in 2014. Changed my perspective The Heavenly Creature. Park Do-won (Kim Kang-woo), a young technician employed by robotics corporation UR International, is called out to check an RU-4 robot named In-myung (voiced by Park Hae-il) employed at a Buddhist monastery.


boynamedsue8 t1_j7qz87c wrote

This finding doesn’t surprise me after doing some digging back in 2018 and reading about the civil rights battle for the ADA and how low of a pay they receive and little accommodations. Even the modern day saint Teresa was a vile and disgusting human being for what she did to the ADA community.


boynamedsue8 t1_j4yjgdd wrote

I appreciate that you give it to them straight. This is the type of care all people should have access to. If I get diagnosed with dementia, ALS, or terminal cancer let me know ASAP. So I can make appropriate arrangements to be able to travel to a state/ country that allows some sort of end of life care. I’ve watched my mother and both my grandmothers suffer and pass from dementia it’s a a hell of a way to go and so much suffering we are nicer to our animals. I also watched my grandfather pass from ALS and I have an aunt suffering with Parkinson’s. I have no wish to even fight any of these diseases and I’d never want my children to see me suffer or feel like they would have to put their life on hold to take care of me. Each individual person holds the right to know what they can and cannot handle in terms of suffering or fighting a disease. The choice should always be left up to the patient and to have a doctor they can turn to for good counsel. I honestly don’t know how someone in your profession unwinds at the end of the day. I’d be a ball of fried nerves if that was my day to day job.


boynamedsue8 t1_iys7knd wrote

This! I set money aside every month to get a massage to move my lymphatic system and overall stress management. When the massage therapist massages my scalp i feel such a wave of relief and release.