Diablo 3 item names are getting even weirder.
Academy Sink? This wand is named after some dirty sink everyone in the academy uses.
Downside of new D3 Patch:
Upsides of new D3 Patch:
A recap of last week on Teen Wolf.
It was a short episode.
I’m shipping Stiles \
Pillow Willow Tree
[Image credits to MTV and Windowbox.com]
Hmm… Tumblr thinks I’m someone else who is possibly a mad woman. I don’t quite know what to say.
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Pyrite (or fool’s gold) can be found in sometimes very precise geometric shapes including cubes, octahedrons, and pentagonal dodecahedrons (it’s considered the only common mineral to take that last form).
Photos courtesy R. Weller/Cochise College
After months of trouble getting through the ACA system, I’ve finally gone and bought a health insurance plan without the tax credit. (The story in short: I make too little income to get a tax credit.)
Today is the last day to apply for coverage starting March 1. You have about a month and a half before the government starts imposing penalties. This post is for anyone still needing insurance.
One of the main figures you see when buying health insurance is deductible. After a whole lot of thought and number-crunching, I’ve decided that plans with moderately high deductibles ($6000 is the federally-imposed limit now) are better than low-deductible plans. A low premium plan that has a high post-deductible insurance % is your best bet.
Shopping for insurance today means choosing a bronze, silver, gold or platinum plan (should any of the latter be available). What you hear is that they pay 60%, 70%, 80% or 90% of your cost. This is not the same as co-insurance. In general, don’t pay attention to the category. It has an “actuarial” significance, not a personal one.
[Overheard from a couple women looking at gift cards]
"Does Lowe’s even exist anymore?"
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I hope for humanity’s sake there’s a morgue worker out there who addresses visitors like this.
Image from The Twilight Zone, “Twenty-Two.”
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