"Operation Abolition, a 1960 documentary produced by the House Committee on Un-American Activities (. House Un-American Activities Committee or HUAC), focused on an incident on May 13, 1960 when the Committee convened in San Francisco’s City Hall. While the committee met, students protested in the hallways and outside the building, leading to clashes with the police and the arrest of 64 students. Operation Abolition shows footage of the incident taken from subpoenaed San Francisco TV station newsreels, using that footage to allege that the students were Communists and/or instigated by Communist agents...
Operation Correction shows the same footage as Operation Abolition, interspersed with added commentary by Ernest Besig, the Executive Director of the ACLU of Northern California. Through his narration, Besig illustrates what he believes are the film’s inaccuracies, misrepresentations of the incident’s chronology, and propagandistic points."
I work with a student loan servicer, so I can help with some of your questions too. The dept of ed releases each year what the new interest rates will be, the changes take effect 7/1 of each year. All loans disbursed after 7/1/06 have fixed rates. It varies for Stafford loans, highest being % and plus loans are fixed at %, if yours is % it is because you are getting an interest rate reduction from your lender for something (. direct debit). The rate you would actually consolidate that loan at is %. If you contact direct loans with your balances and ORIGINAL interest rate of each loan they should be able to provide you with an estimated weighted average, term and monthly payment (just have to ask the right questions when you call your servicers b/c there are soo many things offered and different details about loans to discuss that we cannot go over every single thing, but if you ask than we will =) If your loans total over $30,000 than you can request that each servicer of your federal loans extend your term to 25 years (instead of the standard 10 years). This is another option instead of consolidating. This way you are not locked to only one rate, if you get extra money than you can pay off the higher rates quicker by targeting your payments. Hope this helps you and future readers!
I had Mirena inserted Oct 2012 as soon as I finished breastfeeding. I was 24 and had had 3 pregnancies. Cycles my whole life have been super heavy and painful, so I hoped it would stop that part. I’ve just had it removed in May 2016.
My mom had one in the 80s and it became embedded and had to be surgically removed. She warned me this might happen to me too, but the doc said it almost never happens.
They cut the strings a little too short but assured me that would be fine.
My mental health steadily declined to the point I had debilitating panic attacks daily. This could be circumstancial though.
Sex was always painful and immediately followed by embarrassing bleeding.
Discharge regularly grossed me out but docs didn’t seem to think that was unusual (they didn’t see it, though).
Acne persisted the whole time and was painful.
Sex drive vanished, and I packed on 50lbs this past year.
Though it DID reduce (not eliminate) my periods I’d have heightened PMS and irregular, strange-looking spotting, especially after doing exercise.