She's doing good. The ER is pathetic and can't actually figure out what's wrong, so it took 4 different visits, but we finally found a set of medications to deal with what she's got. She needed stuff for esophageal spasms and some other type of disorder that is really hard to name.
Yeah, pretty much. I've just gotta compare and contrast their different ways of record keeping, but I'm pretty much noticing that their "revolutionary" historical writing is a lot of bias based on what they're seeing. I'm not seeing that lack of bias, only maybe a little less than what is accused of their eras.
In the "Should humanity colonize space" thread we're pretty much debating the merits of a world government, which derails the thread, but I think it's fun.
The last two weeks have been pretty hellish. My mom was in and out of the hospital, so if she can't drive, I have to. I was pretty much at the hospital every day for a week. Then in the last week, I've been hitting homework and hanging out with friends because a birthday turns into a birthweek. I'm currently working on a research essay comparing and contrasting Herodotus to Sima Qian (which is sadly due Tuesday and I'm only 2 1/2 paragraphs into), but when that's done, I should have a plethora of time. Especially since next week is my spring break.
I'll handle the Showdowns, Colorles, the RPs, and anime all in full.
The newest information from this is that the cops involved in both the situations aren't being charged with anything. They're not getting fired or docked pay or any worthwhile punishment for endangering the lives of innocent people. Not just three, because you know firing 107+ shots in a neighborhood doesn't just endanger the two people in the car, but the people around as well.