Several years ago our friend Jay Lake passed away, but he lived publicly and died publicly. He even starred at his own wake. I have a commemorative pin. But that's how he lived, and tagging him on FB far and wide was how his extended multi-national family dealt with it. This is horrific treatment and a callous expression of grief, as far as I'm concerned.
A member of my congregation committed suicide yesterday. There was a short email from the rector about it that was scant on details. Now her FB page is filled with posts tagging her about it. Is this cool now? I'm horrified. This kind of information should be kept in-family until the family is ready to go public, and they should be the ones to do so.
I am attempting to learn a simple ML algorithm and taking really small baby steps toward getting there.
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Apria also has the bad UX design features of their store having one log in system, and the payment side having a different login system, so you need two passwords. Not that it matters, because it cannot remember your password after a week so you have to reset your password every time you log into the site.
American Health Care
I keep getting phone calls from Apria about my bill. I just got a bill in the mail today, the 23rd. The statement date is the 10th. I paid the bill online on the 12th. Their online site shows I paid the money, but I still have the option for paying the same amount of money again. #USHealthCareSucks
My meandering thoutlessness on Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Just unpacked my new #MobiScribe. Gonna be fun to play with.
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Killing Black Widow off entirely was a mistake, though. It complicates Hawkeye by adding his love for her at the same time he has a family to sacrifice. She has nothing but the Avengers as family to love. Her sacrifice would have been greater.
I think more fans cared about her more than Hawkeye, anyway. There's always a backlash when a woman is killed in "to let the man find his purpose" crap. In a move that spent a lot of time on fan service, this seemed like an odd move.
Avengers #Endgame was a good, satisfactory ending to the MCU.
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