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arguewithatree  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: April 19, 2017

i'm on the mailing list but that's bc i tried to do one of those protests where you reserve a seat to a rally at a university and then not show up. it's almost worth it for the absurdity of the emails.

kinda sounds like it could be someone's last name

i'm done in july and gone by aug :(

do go down though! the balkans are probably europe's best secret

Come to Kosovo. Hubskosovo. Kosovoski.


mk that side eye tho

arguewithatree  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: CATS - an informal guide

AND BLIND PULLS. secure your dangly things because kittens die all the time by accidentally strangling themselves :(

arguewithatree  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: CATS - an informal guide

I've also heard dry food is bad for their teeth. There's no winning with their teeth lol. My tortie got very stinky at one point from tooth delay.

More like subsequent cases that uphold the charter. Or is it more philosophical than literal?

Good stuff! I'm interested in statebuilding so this is interesting to read. Where can one find the deeper legal precedents for the Freedom Charter?

arguewithatree  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: CATS - an informal guide

earl is a very good name.

would disagree re: dry food bc i think the advice going around right now is wet food is better bc in the wild cats get most of their water from their food and not straight water. if your friend wants to stick with the dry food route, he should separate the water and food dishes because they tend to prefer them separately.

play with him for 30 mins a day until he is panting and physically cannot play any longer. this will keep him from being restless at night.

some people swear by the furminator for long hair cats i never noticed it making that much of a difference

International relations / National Security. Helped me skip the unpaid intern stage of the career path. I also got to meet people from all parts of the field and people from around the world with different perspectives on security and global issues

You're in a different field than I am obviously, but I'd say go for it. Getting a Master's definitely opened me up to way more tradecraft and unusual perspectives than I would have gotten from just undergrad alone. Getting to meet people from different backgrounds is a huge benefit.

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