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Tom Jackson answered Jeremy Fink's question

I was good.  Perhaps the only thing I wouldn't change about my upbringing.

But it took me many years "to be able to stand up to adults and survive"---and that one thing that parents should make sure their children learn and practice doing when they're growing up.

Much of the mischief a child can get into is … Read more

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Tom Jackson answered Anonymous' question

Yes, as part of palliative care.

Palliative care provides those with a serious or chronic illness – from the time of diagnosis throughout the course of treatment – care that optimizes quality of life by anticipating, preventing, and managing suffering. It is delivered by an interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains, and other practitionersRead more

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Tom Jackson answered Anonymous' question

Pick any 2 arguments that you have read that contend that childhood is not a fixed, universal stage.

Then analyse---examine methodically and in detail the constitution or structure of (something, especially information), typically for purposes of explanation and interpretation---both of them.

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Tom Jackson answered Kendra Fisk's question

I think this would be worth a consultation with a lawyer who specializes in labor issues.

The words "employment contract" come to mind.

The first consult is ussually free or at a minimal cost.


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Tom Jackson answered zack leon's question

I don't know what category a Brazilian Steak House falls under, but I sure do like them.

Las Vegas buffets are hard to beat.

Breakfast buffets are also enjoyable occasionally.

On the other hand, it's hard to beat good food, a good waiter, and a good atmosphere at some restaurants.

I guess I'm too wishy-washy to commit myself.

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Tom Jackson commented
The law does not do total justice. The prosecution represents the state; the defense represents the defendant. Each acts in its side's best interest. They have already taken what you commented on into account when they make their recommendations take into account the probably outcome given what information they have available to them.