SpaceX launch tonight. Launch is a historic one as it’s going to be the first flight of a recovered booster from a previous launch.
Last year, CRS-8 made history by being the first rocket to land on a droneship out in the ocean. This same booster will be reused later tonight to launch the SES-10 satellite which is a first for a launch vehicle of the Falcon 9s kind.
Rumour also has it that they’ll be testing out their new ‘Barge Bot’ on this launch but that’s yet to be confirmed.
Lift-off is currently scheduled for 22:27 UTC today from LC-39A.
Is there something "exhausting," or "taxing," about people who have chronic mental health issues for their therapists ? I mean, I'm never going to be "all better," in 8-10 weeks...
the way I think about this is like the difference between a sprinter and a marathon runner (keeping in mind that I don’t run at all, so this is all theoretical). A sprinter can put all their energy and their might into the race right away, knowing that there’s an almost immediate payoff. A marathon runner has to pace their energy and ability into a much longer haul with a further off payoff.
Therapists (like me) who work with people with chronic mental health issues have to be marathon runners. The problem is, we don’t know where the finish line is, so it’s really difficult to pace our energy correctly. We also know intellectually that we need to pace ourselves for the long haul, but there are a lot of immediate needs the clients have that often make us want to use all our energy in trying to help. But we can’t, because that leads to burn-out, and then we have to drop out of the race all together.
What I’m trying to say is, yes, it is more taxing to work with someone who has chronic issues. That doesn’t mean it’s not worthwhile. We also know what we’re getting into, so it’s not a surprise.
Brewery : Noon Whistle Beer : Cozmo Pale Ale Style : American Pale Ale / Pale Ale / APA Variance : None
8.5 / 10
It’s about damn time Cozmo! I always knew that pink haired bitch Wanda was holding you back from true greatness and don’t even get me started on that buck-toothed freak Timmy with his yamaka hat. I’m just glad that you finally broke free of that shit show and decided to lend your name to this fantastic brew from Noon Whistle. This is my first beer by these guys and this is one damn fine way to jump into their lineup while simultaneously being a great example of the style. A super balanced citrus orange flavor starts things up with a mix of bitter and sweet before the sweetness ramps up along with that orange marmalade flavor before ending with a slightly floral and malty finish perfectly rounding things out. They nailed it with this beers description of “crushable” because I could see this being the next big hit at your party so make sure you pick some up ASAP. Honestly, I feel like if I was to crack this can during a “mannequin challenge” everyone would start moving and ruin it because that’s how good this APA is. Also, what the fuck is up with this dumb ass challenge? Are we that bored as a society that the best we can come up with is to not fucking move for a few minutes? Back in the day we used to call that “sit still asshole” but I guess we have to make an internet craze with everything we do these days. Anyways, let this beer be the next internet craze and start filming videos of people drinking this while having fun instead. Thanks.
I've been having a hard time lately and hopefully I'll be able to fit all my questions into one ask. I work a 10 hour shift 4 days a week. Can I wear my binder for that long or is 8 hrs the strict cut off? I see a lot of guides for how to pass as men or women, but does anyone have any tips for looking more androgynous? Is it wrong to want to go on T to become more masculine when you're nonbinary? I want to be able to move between both and not be so feminine all the time.
1. 8 hours is a good guideline. Your body’s limit might be shorter or longer. I would recommend taking a break during your shift to wriggle out of your binder for a minute, breathe, and check in with yourself. Also, if you’re binding for the first time, don’t go for a full 8 or 10 hours all in one go. Bind for an hour or two before taking your binder off and slowly work up to binding for that long.
2. My best advice for going for an androgynous look is mixing expressions. So like binding, dressing in a way that makes curves less obvious, and wearing makeup and heels. There’s no one guide on how best to look androgynous so my best recommendation is just mixing things up and seeing if you can find a look that you’re happy with.
3. Nope! You can go on T if you’d like, that doesn’t make you less nonbinay.
I thought this show would be another one of those shows that sound good, and start off good, but make me stop watching halfway through. I was so wrong. Yesterday I started watching this show, and there’s no words to describe how amazing it is. You absolutely HAVE to watch it. And here’s some reasons why:
THE WRITERS UNDERSTAND EMOTION AND WRITE REALISTICALLY
THIS GUY RIGHT HERE:
LOOK. AT. THAT. SMILE.
“But then you sent me a vision of a man with a large…. *Struggles to find a word* junk
A CHARACTER WHO HAS LOST SO MUCH, AND DOES NOT DESERVE IT
THE GAY CHARACTERS ARE ACTUAL PEOPLE
I would go on an on, but this post is getting quite long. So i’m just gonna say. Watch this. You will not regret it