Posted by tien mao in Rants at AM. Posted by: el at July 9, PM. Posted by: tien at July 9, PM. I hate having to pee rlly bad, especially when you can't find a bathroom.
Algonquin College students were asked in a survey for their thoughts and ideas as the school works to develop a Learner Driven Plan. The plan will define and measure personalized learning and the personalized college experience at the College. In total, between July and Dec. They were asked for their responses to questions about personalizing the college experience in the classroom and online, outside the classroom and through the use of technology.
I am writing to you in a state of extreme mortification. I, a full-fledged adult, wet my pants at work. For context: I am a woman who had several medical procedures last year that left me with some minor bathroom issues. I work at the front desk in a pretty small office. Towards the end of my shift, I finally got to sit down, started responding to some emails, and well, without much warning, the floodgates opened, so to speak.
In the first place, it does not deal in unmeaning, incoherent symptoms, but is, throughout, adapted to the present demands of medical science as respects diagnosis, pathology, and a description of all the characteristic pathognomonic signs of disease. And, in the second place, the work is complete; it omits no important or interesting fact, and presents such a classification of the diseases of which it treats, as the rational mind can at once accept as philosophical and satisfactory. Such a work as Gollmann's will be particularly serviceable to the few superficial and one-sided symptomatists still lagging behind the great body of homoeopathic physicians, who are constantly and earnestly pressing forward towards the goal of scientific truth in the treatment of disease.