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Unfortunately, the only way to know for sure is to ask. You can also ask yourself some questions. Does he seem to go out of his way to talk to you? Does it seem like he tries to make conversations last longer? Do you guys have a snap streak or does he like all your Instagram posts? Other signs of flirting sometimes include prolonged eye contact, little touches (like touching your shoulder or lower back), and inside jokes.

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You can, yes. You can catch some STIs such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis as many times as you're exposed to them. And if you and your partner(s) don't wait until after treatment has fully cleared all of the bacteria or parasites from your body, you could pass the disease back and forth. Some STIs you can only get once, but that's because they have no cure. If you get HIV or herpes it's usually yours for life.

There are a load of different kinds of STIs, but they can be divided into three main categories; bacterial, viral, and parasitic. The five most common STIs are HPV, genital herpes, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and HIV/AIDs. The only form of birth control that protects against STIs are condoms, so make sure you practice safe sex by using them!

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Toilet paper aisles were empty as people ran amok buying items in bulk, forgetting that they were not the only people in the world who needed to wipe their ass. People do not acknowledge their neighbors, do not recognize community or unity because we are following after a leader, after a nation, that fails to acknowledge it is not the only country in the world.

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danah boyd doesn't have time for capital letters. She's the principal researcher at Microsoft, a gig that would be more than a full-time job on its own for the vast majority of people. Yet she's also the preeminent researcher on the behavior of teens in our modern society, helping the olds understand their kids and the youngs understand themselves. This year, boyd released It's Complicated, a book chronicling the lives of "connected teens" (which in 2014 is pretty much every teen) and what it means to grow up with Facebook, Twitter, and social media.

Other big issues, in more than an FCC sense, involve women and STEM. Women have half the jobs in this economy but only a quarter of the STEM jobs, and the STEM fields are growing three times faster than all others. I think it's vitally important that we find more ways to make women who have professional lives that involve science and technology more prominent.

Sawant's minimum wage plan, along with a tax on wealthy Seattle residents and stringent rent control, is a huge step in caring for a class of people too often forgotten in politics. For her part, Sawant is a loud, proud socialist who only accepts $40,000 of her six-figure annual salary. And she has a computer science degree, meaning she certainly fits right in in Seattle.

The March results have since been called into question, with space dust potentially accounting for a large portion of what they believed to be gravitational waves. But even if only a small fraction of the signal they detected isn't dust, it's a stunning discovery.

That mapping speed is extremely important. BICEP2 was able to see the B-mode pattern [ed: a signal from the early universe] at high confidence, very high signal to noise, only in one frequency and only in one small part of the sky. So now, the key questions require us to follow up that pattern at multiple frequencies and over a larger fraction of the sky.

You need a larger census population, if you will, to get good statistics on what the early universe was doing and so the only way to do that is to observe as much sky as you can. We've only observed 2 percent of the sky so far, so our plan is to expand that with BICEP3 and the Keck Array.

We plan to start doing that in January with BICEP3. BICEP3 will be installed. We're starting right now. It should be commissioned in January and fully operational by February, we hope. It closes in mid-February. [The problem] with coming down here is that you get only three months every year to come and install and upgrade your new instruments and then you turn them over for nine months straight to the winter-over crew.

Under Holland's leadership this year, Netflix not only continued to establish itself as a home of great content, but it also lined up some flashy titles for the future. That includes a talk show from Chelsea Handler that's supposed to reimagine the old format for a streaming audience, and the first comedy from Tina Fey since 30 Rock. Netflix dabbles in documentaries and talk shows, drama and comedy, and is rewriting the rules for how to make and distribute great shows.

Netflix's content budget is big, as is the amount it's willing to dedicate to original programming. That means Holland has quickly become a very important name for anyone trying to make an unconventional TV show. And that's really why what she's doing matters: unique series like Orange is the New Black might only be able to find a home on Netflix, and Holland is willing to foster them so that they can make the next big wave of TV.

More than anything else, 2014 will be remembered as the year that Bezos' contentious relationship with book publishers came to a head. His company's huge legal battle with Hachette (widely seen as a proxy for the rest of the industry) stayed in the headlines for months, ending only in mid-November. It looks like a small win for the publisher, which gets to set its own prices, but now that Amazon has settled with the major houses, there's less room for a competitor to come in to the ebook market. Even when he loses, Bezos wins.

It's that Game of Thrones is probably the best example (and maybe the only one) of a show that is both appointment viewing and a massive streaming success. It's worked so well both on TV and online that it may have had a hand in convincing HBO executives to someday offer HBO unbundled from a cable subscription.

As literary arrivals go, it's a pretty good one. The line comes from "Texts from a Ghost," a piece that popped onto The Hairpin in 2012. Ortberg was already beloved as one of the site's more prolific commenters, but the post established her as something more. Hers was a new voice, a new way of looking at the world. It was funny and weird enough that it seemed like something that could only happen on the web.

This year, Ortberg took the voice even further. She wrote a book, a series of literary riffs titled Texts from Jane Eyre, but that's only the second-most exciting thing on her plate. Joining forces with fellow Hairpin alum Nicole Cliffe, she founded a new site called The Toast. If The Hairpin had served as an offbeat take on women's media, The Toast is staking out even broader territory, mixing heartfelt Ferguson essays with photoshopped covers for Dad Magazine (a running joke that turned into a book deal for the two Toast writers behind it). 041b061a72


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