Found out oh yeah she got bad PCOS and so much endometriosis that it is litterally creating a barrier that encases my organs to the inner wall of my body. After a couple of years the pain came back. Nothing I tried helped. Dabakis is known for his zany hijinks on Capitol Hill. Once, he drank two mimosas before arguing that setting the legal blood alcohol concentration limit at .05 needlessly restricts drinkers from driving when they’re not yet impaired. “Overall, I’m pleased I wasn’t impeached,” Dabakis says, reflecting on his time in the Legislature.
Most of the women Miller Martin interviewed said that during massages, Zacharias would grab their breasts or genitals and ask for sexual gratification. Investigators found more than 200 other massage therapists listed in his phones, many of them in Asia. He spent months at a pair of apartments he owned in Bangkok, and the investigators found 2016 texts showing that Zacharias “spent his days writing and his nights receiving massages” there.
There’s comfort in sadness, and the music of Black Marble (AKA Chris Stewart) exemplifies this good bad feeling. Since splitting from his former creative partner Ty Kube, Stewart’s bounced from the East Coast to the West Coast, but the relocation hasn’t made his music isn’t any sunnier. On 2016’s It’s Immaterial,Black Marble sounds even more haunted it’s cold and calculated post punk, with heavy synth and moody production.
WhatsApp has been asked to withdraw proposed changes to its privacy and data sharing policies changes the India government today decried as “discriminatory” and that have prompted outrage among large sections of the app’s 400 million users in the country. In a letter to the global CEO of Facebook (which owns WhatsApp) the government said it objected to an “invasive” proposal to share user metadata with businesses on its platforms. WhatsApp, Facebook and other social media platforms, including Twitter, have also been part of consultations with the government over a data protection bill that is currently being reviewed by a parliamentary panel.
The story is told by Ellie Cooper, a former medic in the Iraq war who has moved to Beijing to get over a failed marriage and rediscovers herself in the milieus of modern art and video gaming. One day, while Cooper is hanging out in the studio of her sometime lover, the controversial artist Lao Zhang, she encounters a renegade Uighur. When the Uighur and Zhang disappear, she becomes the target of an inquiry by Chinese and US intelligence operatives whose intertwined purpose remains opaque until the end..