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    Maybe a hairpiece? (Wigs are still calling me.) A...

    Maybe a hairpiece? (Wigs are still calling me.) A fall, to add volume? A "topper?"

    YouTube has lots of videos of creative add-on solutions for thinning hair. Having tried various volumizers that...
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    Maybe something like this? ...

    Maybe something like this?
    https://smile.amazon.com/Ziz-Home-Hanging-Shelving-Accessory/dp/B00R208DKU/ref=sr_1_13_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1524159074&sr=8-13&keywords=hanging+clothes+bags+for+closet+storage
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    Or sell it and use the money to have one...

    Or sell it and use the money to have one custom-built.
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    It looks like--if money were no object--you could...

    It looks like--if money were no object--you could invest in a few different kinds, for different purposes. I don't know anyone who has one. Yet.
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    Shouldn't they be nearly paid off by now, with...

    Shouldn't they be nearly paid off by now, with the type of employment ZG has?
    Talk about indentured servitude!
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    If you Google "all-terrain wheelchair" you can...

    If you Google "all-terrain wheelchair" you can choose from among several.
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    Does this mean you can keep your apartment?

    Does this mean you can keep your apartment?
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    I'm only a quarter of the way through. It's...

    I'm only a quarter of the way through. It's interesting in the way that a string of odd and inexplicable events can suggest something without actually proving it--even with spectometric tests going...
  9. I read a book once written about a man whose...

    I read a book once written about a man whose mother was slipping away, diagnosed with dementia. Through a lot of (pre-internet, I believe) research, and trial and error, he found that her (typical...
  10. What an inspiring story, I'll relay it to my...

    What an inspiring story, I'll relay it to my relative, who needs all the encouragement they can get. Their diagnosis was a hemorrhagic stroke, though not a single symptom suggested that--in fact, it...
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    It sounds like you're expected to be on call...

    It sounds like you're expected to be on call 24/7. Does your supervisor have anyone else to nit-pick, or is it just you?
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    Yes--that blather about being a "post-racial...

    Yes--that blather about being a "post-racial society" is just an excuse to sweep the problem aside; it's a very real one for people of color.
  13. I've experienced that; my stroke-survivor...

    I've experienced that; my stroke-survivor relative is getting desultory care (and probably giving up their house to pay for it), and certainly no one is discussing nutrition or physiatrists. Year by...
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    I've always liked the possibility of mediation...

    I've always liked the possibility of mediation work for you; you would bring a different perspective to it. Have you thought about paralegal work at all?
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    I see the median salary for mediators in Colorado...

    I see the median salary for mediators in Colorado is about 57K; you might revisit that option.
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    I've never understood that "hiding your light...

    I've never understood that "hiding your light under a bushel" thing. I competed with males all through school and afterwards, and if there was a downside to that, I'm not aware of it. (I did get the...
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    Few pink-collar jobs pay enough to live on, IMO.

    Few pink-collar jobs pay enough to live on, IMO.
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    An Atheist in Heaven: The Ultimate Evidence for...

    An Atheist in Heaven: The Ultimate Evidence for Life After Death? by Paul Davids and Gary Schwartz--a tale of what happens when your quirky atheist friend who doesn't believe in an afterlife tells...
  19. If I'm not mistaken, I shopped at Sanborns when I...

    If I'm not mistaken, I shopped at Sanborns when I visited Mexico City; I believe I bought a Spanish version of I Survived Hitler's Ovens, which pretty much summed up my experience...(Though "I...
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    I couldn't agree more with Ehrenreich. I'm now...

    I couldn't agree more with Ehrenreich. I'm now old enough to die, and I've long looked at the excessive testing and drug pushing practiced by our for-profit medical-industrial complex with a...
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    I know for sure it's not this one.

    I know for sure it's not this one.
  22. Hear, hear! Travel often seems to me like a...

    Hear, hear! Travel often seems to me like a forced march, trying to cram all the "experiences" into a too-short time frame and being uncomfortably stressed the whole time. I wouldn't mind being...
  23. The world would be hugely boring if we were all...

    The world would be hugely boring if we were all the same.
    Enjoying life is a goal for many of us, and there are an infinite number of ways we choose to do this.

    I've traveled enough to discover...
  24. And yeah, if you don't have the money, best to...

    And yeah, if you don't have the money, best to get your experiences close to home where--with luck--there are plenty to choose from.

    Certain things make me happy every day (my computer, books, my...
  25. I agree; I traveled for a few months for work....

    I agree; I traveled for a few months for work. That was enough. A lot of these lofty pronouncements don't seem to take individual preferences into account.

    I usually forget the gist of these...
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