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Dear Senator Johnson:

First of all, thank you for speaking out against the speed with which Senator McConnell is trying to force his Better Care Reconciliation Act through the Senate.

Secondly-- As it turns out, Senator McConnell had polio as a small child; his health care was entirely government-funded. This is exactly the kind of health care--the kind that provides needed services to children whose parents *are*not*wealthy*--that he is trying to destroy. The hypocrisy of this infuriates me, above and beyond all the other things that I think are appalling, shameful, and horrifying about the BCRA.

The BCRA is potentially catastrophic for me. I have a number of chronic conditions, including Major Depressive Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Restless Legs Syndrome, that are controlled, entirely or in part, by medications--medications that I cannot afford without health insurance. Without the chemical assistance to straighten out my brain chemistry and neurology, I will very quickly become paralyzed by the apathy of depression and the brain-lock induced by OCD--not to mention the chronic sleep-deprivation caused by RLS. And these conditions are all incurable. They can be *managed* very successfully, but I will never be free of them. I need these medications for the rest of my life. (I'm 42. I'm hoping "the rest of my life" is a very long time.)

Right now, I have insurance through the State of Wisconsin. But--as you are possibly aware--the state has been steadily chipping away at its employees' health benefits for the last 20 years, and if the BCRA passes, it gives Wisconsin greatly increased leeway to make state employees' health benefits ever more meager, which will mean my out-of-pocket costs for prescriptions and doctor visits will continue to increase and increase, while my insurance covers less and less of the care I need. (The medication which principally controls my RLS already has a co-pay of more than $100 a month.) And if I *lose* that coverage, I will be uninsurable. I am a walking compendium of "pre-existing conditions"--I didn't even tell you about the chronic migraines or the fibromyalgia or the Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

Senator, I need health insurance. I need it to be affordable. I need it NOT to be contingent on my never having been and never becoming sick, because that door slammed shut a long time ago. I need it to PROTECT ME, not benefit the health insurance companies and pharmaceutical manufacturers.

I am hoping that, as my senator, you care more about my well-being than you do about providing tax cuts to a handful of people who do not need them. I am hoping that you recognize Senator McConnell's rank hypocrisy and that it angers you as it does me. I am hoping that you will defend me and your other 5.77 million constituents who need, as a matter of quite literally life or death, the access to affordable healthcare that Senator McConnell and his BCRA are trying to strip away from us.

Please continue to oppose the BCRA. Do not let this unconscionable bill be your legacy.

Ssstudentessss...

Jun. 23rd, 2017 07:51 pm
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Я знаю человека, который сам написал диплом. Но не себе.

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Разбирая старые вещи на антресоли, Лиза нашла мамин диплом и очень развеселилась:
- Мама, я знала, что ты когда-то училась на экономиста, но не думала, что в зооветеринарном институте!
- Время было такое, доченька. Каждый вуз старался открыть экономический факультет.
- Да, мамочка... Прикольное у вас было время, - с неясной печалью произнесла Лиза, студентка первого курса факультета информационных технологий педагогического университета.

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Cool Stuff Friday

Jun. 23rd, 2017 11:18 am
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Friday is almost finished with this first draft…

 

Mirrored from Jim C. Hines.

Interesting Links for 23-06-2017

Jun. 23rd, 2017 12:00 pm
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Вот ведь, на чем проваливаются шпионы. Помните, у Тарантино Ублюдки засыпаются, потому что не с того пальца показывают число, что ли, три?

Нашла анекдот в ленте, американский, видимо. О том, что Трамп выпустил марку со своим портретом, а она не клеится! Люди пишут жалобы пачками, отказываются покупать. Ну обозлился, устроил кипеш, расследование на полтора мильона долларов... выяснилось: с марками все в порядке. Просто люди...

Тут мой бэкграунд говорит: не желают лизать ему жопу... Ан нет! Плюют не на ту сторону!

Вот вам и парашют за спиной!

Watched iZombie

Jun. 23rd, 2017 04:16 am

Hello

Jun. 22nd, 2017 10:37 pm
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I'm sort of trying to find something...fandom friends, or maybe just friends.
 
I'm looking for ppl over 18. Preferably towards my end of the age spectrum. Lgbt parents. People into femslash and people who aren't overly into m/m pairing in their fandoms. People who get social anxiety. Poets and writers.

Anyone else. I don't mind.

I'm 35, bi, genderfluid, married with a kid. I live in Wales, I work in a pharmacy and write fiction and poetry too. 

I've got five cats and four chickens.

I will always love Stargate (SG-1 and SGA) and Trek (TNG, DS9, VOY) I have passing interests in other and currently love Dragon Age, MCU, Steven Universe, Brooklyn 99. I don't write as much fanfic as I used to still have a lot of ideas peculating up there. I miss being part of fandom though I've always felt like I was on the fringes.


I ship f/f and het mostly, and I read that too but I will write anything. Any pairing. I'm either mental or gifted. Not sure which.

I love old films from the beggining to the 70s. Love MST3K. The new series was great. I love crap films, I hate reboots but I will watch them sometimes.


I have a post here that has more about me if you want to check it out.


Lothian Transport are awesome

Jun. 22nd, 2017 09:11 pm
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At 2:06pm on Sunday I posted my feature request for the Lothian Transport app.

At 3:14pm the following afternoon I received an email saying
Sorry, street names and localities should have been added to the search screen before now. I’ve sent an update to the Google Play store just now so you should have an update available in the next few hours.
and about 45 minutes later my phone automatically updated to the latest version and I could see this:


I emailed back saying that this was awesome, but wondering why one of them just said "Edinburgh", and got this in response:
Unfortunately sometimes we can’t control what we get back from Google’s Places API. If Google decides that a place doesn’t need to have more than the town/city listed, then that’s all we get I’m afraid. We also mix in Foursquare and Google Geocoding data where appropriate as well.

It helps to include a bit more in your search, such as ‘Morrisons Granton’ or ‘Morrisons Ferry Road' rather than just ‘Morrisons’. The more you type in, the more accurate the results. It also takes into account your current location – typing in ‘Morrisons’ while you’re near Hyvots Bank will give you results geared towards South/West Edinburgh rather than North/East Edinburgh.

As to your other point (distance to search result) - at the moment, showing distance isn’t possible. We use Google Places to match search queries: that service is great because you can type in anything - ‘Morrisons’, ‘Tesco’, ‘pizza in Leith’ etc. and it comes back with accurate results. However, it doesn’t give the app the location of each place. Instead it gives the app a ‘Place ID’ - once you’ve tapped on a search result, the app sends the Place ID to Google which sends back the exact coordinate of the search result. If that changes in the future, we’ll be sure to include distance as part of the search result.


Which was a fascinating look at how their systems work in the background.

If only more places were so responsive to users taking an interest.

Rocket science

Jun. 22nd, 2017 07:46 pm
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Завтра я, поскрипывая сердцем и старыми костями, пойду записываться на экзамен, страшный, ужасный и неизбежный: по вождению. Настало время космических скоростей! Обзавестись правами в стремительном 2017-м году будет, по крайней мере, логично. Я всё ещё избегаю утренних пробок, но уже довольно бодро, почти без судорог в коленках, доставляю звездолёт от универа до дома под холмом. Кажется, у меня есть только два водительских модуса: избыточно вежливая английская старушка-тихоход и пресловутый русский с птицей-тройкой в анамнезе. Угадайте, кто включается чаще.

Сдать на права - и укатить к дубненским соснам на неделю. Осознать новую степень свободы в начальной точке сборки. Все важные события своей жизни я так или иначе окунаю в Волгу, по завету русского нео-фольклора. Помнишь меня, Солярис? Я еду пересчитывать твои атомы, перебирать твои сосновые косточки, собирать зелёные нейтроны, словно чернику в лесу.

Год самолётов, год дорог над облаками. В день своего рождения я пеку шоколадный торт, разворачиваю подарки, рассовываю по бутылкам розы, подаренные папой, пью чай с сестрой, целую лорда, собираю чемодан - и лечу на конференцию по эволюционным алгоритмам: в Бискайю, в Испанию, в заколдованную страну Басков, говорящих на языке, неведомом даже Риму. Иногда мне кажется, что я получаю не по заслугам, а из-под полы, контрабандой - не по справедливости, а по любви, случайно и щедро.

От алгоритмов птичьих стай я давно отбилась, я вообще давно отбилась от рук, меня интересуют только мыши искусственные мозги, поэтому на конференции я слушаю и наблюдаю легко и почти не предвзято - редкость, однако. Андрис Петрониус благословил своим присутствием одну из аудиторий, выпил с нами сидра и был таков - чего ещё вы хотели от трикстера себе-на-уме? С нами - это со мной и с Т., с тем самым Т., который однажды возил нас с Э. в ламантиновое паломничество по старому новому свету под нескончаемый джаз. Э. с тех пор вышла замуж не за Т., что по-прежнему повергает меня в лёгкое уныние - впрочем, Господу видней, а я отвлекаюсь.

Как видите, конференции в моей жизни - сугубо семейное дело. Треть человек я уже знаю в лицо, доброй дюжине могу радостно улыбнуться: привет, я не помню, как тебя зовут, и не помню, из какой ты страны, но помню, о чём твоя диссертация!

К нам с Т. прибивается компания чехов с Михалом во главе - тем самым, что подарил мне плюшевого крота-в-городе, если вы знаете, о чём я. Мы косплеим аристократию на банкете, передавая друг другу бокалы с шампанским, и травим бесконечные алгоритмические шуточки. Михал - старый знакомый, долговязый очкарик с бритой головой, хитрым лицом и отличным чувством юмора, с ним можно говорить о хаотических системах и культурных особенностях пост-советского пространства. Мы видимся не реже двух раз в год в самых непредсказуемых точках планеты. Маленькой, маленькой планеты, которую я по-прежнему не знаю почти ни на йоту. Что знала я о Стране Басков до того, как оказалась здесь? Ровным счётом ничего. Я изучаю историю и географию этого мира понемногу: на ощупь, на вкус, наугад.

В зале пленарных заседаний перед докладом звучит ненавязчивая музыка. Вслушиваюсь: nothing really matters, anyone can see... Ого, кажется, нас раскусили!

Две пленарки, одна за другой: дифференциальная эволюция двадцать лет спустя, из уст отцов-основателей Сторна и Прайса. Михал наклоняется и шепчет: "Перед тобой - боги эволюционных алгоритмов!" Посмеиваюсь: о да, Американские боги! В студенчестве эти двое придумали хороший метод, потом один из них стал отличным бизнесменом с ослепительной улыбкой, другой... так и остался вечным студентом. Один из них выходит на кафедру в идеально сидящем костюме, другой - в старой футболке, мятых джинсах и ослепительно-красных кроссовках. Угадайте, кто мне нравится больше.

Я брожу по секциям без прицела, собираю в блокнот идеи для экзаменов, пью горький кофе и любуюсь людьми. На секции по искусственному иммунитету подтверждаю свою догадку: искусственный иммунитет скорее мёртв, чем жив. Надо честно доложить об этом Андрису Петрониусу и студентам. Зато роевой алгоритм живее всех живых, и скоро улетит на Юпитер на самом настоящем звездолёте. Улыбаюсь: so this is rocket science, after all.

А после конференции мы остались в Доностии на выходные. Мы - это я и Т., друг, товарищ и гик. Но о Доностии преступно рассказывать без картинок. Я подожду.

Senate Healthcare Bill

Jun. 22nd, 2017 03:25 pm
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Senate Republicans have finally released what appears to be the draft text of H.R. 1628, the “Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017.”

It’s 142 pages, and to be honest, I’m having a hard time deciphering it all. (Not a lawyer or a legislator.) But here are some things that stood out at me…

Elimination of the individual and employer mandate. (Pages 10-11)

Tax repeals on medications, health insurance, health savings accounts, etc. (Pages 25-29)

This includes the “Repeal of Tanning Tax” on page 29.

The continuing attack on abortion rights.

“Disallowance of small employer health insurance credit for plan which includes coverage for abortion.” (Pages 8-9)

“No Federal funds provided from a program referred to in this subsection that is considered direct spending for any year may be made available to a State for payments to a prohibited entity,” which is then defined as an entity providing abortion services except in cases of rape, incest, or when the woman’s life is in danger. (Page 35)

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According to a USA Today analysis, this bill would:

  • Reduce or eliminate most subsidies for individuals and families
  • “Eliminate the ACA’s requirement that insurers can’t charge older customers more than three times what younger customers pay for the same coverage. Instead, those in their 60s could be charged five times as much, or more.”
  • Eliminate penalties to large employers who choose not to offer health insurance. (Elimination of the employer mandate.)
  • Make it easier to drop coverage for things like maternity care and mental health issues.

CNN points out that the bill would also:

  • Defund Planned Parenthood for a year.
  • Require coverage of preexisting conditions. However, it also lets states “waive the federal mandate on what insurers must cover… This would allow insurers to offer less comprehensive policies, so those with pre-existing conditions may not have all of their treatments covered.”

A PBS article says the bill would:

  • Cap and reduce Medicaid funding, and allow states to add a work requirement for “able-bodied” recipients of Medicaid.
  • Provide $2 billion to help states fight opioid addiction

Fox News, unsurprisingly, focused on what they saw as positive in the proposed bill:

  • It preserves health care for people with preexisting conditions (with the potential exceptions noted in the CNN bullets, above), and allows children to stay on their parents’ insurance plan through age 26.
  • It expands health care savings accounts.
  • It provides a short-term stabilization fund to help struggling insurance markets.

The Congressional Budget Office is expected to release their report on the senate bill next week. The CBO estimated that the House-passed bill would result in 26 million fewer insured Americans by 2026, and would cut the budget by $119 billion over the same time. (Source)

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Nothing here is particularly shocking. I’m glad I and my family can’t be kicked off our insurance for our various preexisting conditions…though some of those conditions might no longer be covered, which sucks. It would hurt the poor, the elderly, women, and the mentally ill, among others. None of my readers will be shocked to hear that I think this is another step backward. The ACA was far from perfect — it’s like a patient with a broken leg, but instead of trying to fix the broken leg, we’ll just throw them through a woodchipper, because hey, it’s cheaper!

It looks like this may be a tight vote, which would make this an excellent time to call your Senator.

Please keep any comments civil. I’m angry about this too, but I don’t have the time or the spoons to moderate fights and nastiness today. (Which probably means I shouldn’t have posted this in the first place, but I never claimed to be that bright…)

Mirrored from Jim C. Hines.

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Jun. 22nd, 2017 10:13 pm
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Лена Кофман прекрасно написала про свадьбы. А мне рассказывали про свадьбу, апофеоз которой выглядел так. С рюмкой поднялся дальний родственник со стороны невесты, покачиваясь, оглядел застолье и произнес:

- Что сказать молодым... Жених, я слышал, у нас олигарх... У Чубайса работает...

На этих словах оживились даже дремавшие в тарелках гости.

- Разворовали страну... - продолжил тостующий. - Но и ты, Люська, говоря откровенно, проститутка еще та!

И началась драка.

22 июня.

Jun. 22nd, 2017 10:12 pm
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22 июня Александр Семёнович Белявский, тот из моих дедов, с которым я жил и которому я очень многим обязан, обязательно вспоминал. Как правило - что-то из стихов, которых он знал массу. "Тот самый длинный день в году" Симонова - единственное, что я опознал.

А вот стих про юного Фрица он цитировал некоторое количество раз, вне военного контекста. А на днях я узнал, что по нему был снят агитационный фильм.


Meanwhile, in Austin, Texas

Jun. 22nd, 2017 01:41 pm
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Sunset is the same time as in NYC, but sunrise is an hour later.

So... from here to Wavre, the time of sunset is different this time of year but the time of sunrise is the same. And from here to Austin, the time of sunset is the same this time of year but the time of sunrise is different. But on the other solstice, it's the other way around - Austin and NYC share a sunrise time, Wavre and NYC share a sunset time.

There is some way this all makes sense, and I know I've had it explained to me before, but... I guess it didn't make enough sense. (It has something to do with how the sun appears to move in a figure 8?)

Semi-related, Mr. "How did they know it was noon?" reminded me of something. There is an algorithm to convert sundial time to clock time, and vice versa. Apparently, when mechanical clocks first became common, their time was considered inaccurate, and true time was sundial time. This is blindingly obvious the second you hear it explained, but it didn't occur to me until I happened to read it on Wikipedia while looking up common sundial mottoes. (It's later than you think!)

There must have been a middle period in there where the younger generation was chronically annoying the older generation by showing up for things at clock time when the older generation obviously meant real time.

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The Deseret Alphabet, a 38-Letter Writing System Developed by Mormons

Pictures: Colored Honey Made by Candy-Eating French Bees (There's something to pointlessly engineer - flowers with multicolored nectar to make multicolored honey! If they think they can sell pink pineapples, colorful honey is sure to be a hit. And it won't be garbage, so it won't be gross.)

Census: US growing older and more racially diverse

The Mussels That Eat Oil

When the Bus Stop Button is Broken

Medieval medical books could hold the recipe for new antibiotics

Man sent home from work for wearing shorts in over 30°C heat comes back in a dress

Memory for stimulus sequences distinguishes humans from other animals

This ‘Indian Dr. Seuss’ Is Very Fond of Nonsense

How the Liberal Arts Help Veterans Thrive

Urban agriculture only provides small environmental benefits in northeastern US

Supreme Court Says You Can't Ban People From The Internet, No Matter What They've Done

People with disabilities at risk in Central African Republic

Abused children find Japan’s shelters provide little comfort

Desperate Venezuelans set sights on Colombia as worry mounts

Hundreds of Inmates Still Confined to Tent City During Phoenix Heat Wave

Former immigration detainees challenge labor practices

How Our Modern Lifestyles Perpetuate Slavery

War-torn Yemen to get cholera vaccines as death toll mounts

U.S. will take weapons from Kurds after Islamic State defeat: Turkey

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Jun. 22nd, 2017 09:40 am
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Well, I work about two miles away from this zoo, so I could go and be disdained by this giraffe calf in person.

Theoretically. The air is about the temperature of boiling right now and the idea of actually setting foot on zoo grounds is not that tempting, really, even with the possibility of being personally disdained.

Interesting Links for 22-06-2017

Jun. 22nd, 2017 12:00 pm
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I'll never understand how sunrise and sunset work.

Also, be sure to do today's Google doodle. I could do that all day.

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Cow herd behavior is fodder for complex systems analysis

Making Cents of Currency’s Ancient Rise

The Lion-Shaped Maps That United a Nation

African farmers’ kids conquer the marshmallow test

Summer solstice: the perfect day to bask in a dazzling scientific feat (First comment: "How did they know it was noon?" I can't even...)

Discovery could lead to sustainable ethanol made from carbon dioxide

She May Be The Most Unstoppable Scientist In The World

Dinosaurs got an evolutionary assist from huge volcanic eruptions

The Great Uprising: How a Powder Revolutionized Baking

Why the 'peculiar' stands out in our memory

Incredibly pictures of NYC when it was covered in farmland

'Human Project' study will ask 10,000 to share life's data

The App That Does Nothing

DNA reveals how cats achieved world domination

The ATU Fable Index: Like the Dewey Decimal System, But With More Ogres (I don't really care what happens in "Bunnies Beware of the King", but I'm more than a little perturbed that I can't even read the entire synopsis for 910J: Never plant a thorn tree.)

Chimps' cultural traditions extend beyond family

A Good News Story About Diarrhea — With One Surprising Exception

The Forgotten Trains of India (Photojournalism)

South Africa's District Six Cookbook Helps Preserve A Lost Community

Forever green: Cemeteries make more room for natural burials

Debate heats up over teaching climate change in US schools

Bosnian students keep up their protest against segregated schools

Afghan de-miners cling to hard but much-needed jobs

What Is the Point of Sean Spicer's Briefings? (I've got a question for Sean Spicer. "Do you know that you make yourself a laughingstock every time you hold one of these briefings? How much are you getting paid to shred your dignity to bits? Are you sure it's really worth it?" Damn, that's such a good question, rather than waiting for a journalist to ask it, I should send him a postcard. Or I could go traditional - "How do you sleep at night?" Postcards are cheap, I can send both questions.)

Iraqi forces advance on Mosul mosque where IS declared caliphate

What Is Putin Up To in Syria?

US interrogates detainees in Yemen prisons rife with torture

It's Midsummer

Jun. 21st, 2017 11:06 pm
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Midsummer always takes me by surprise. The sun seems to set so early! I keep thinking that it set later when I was a child, during the summers.

And well, yes, that's because it did. Most of my memories of childhood summers take place in Belgium. The sun didn't set in Wavre today until 10pm. It set here at 8:30.

Logically, I know that I spent many more summers in NYC than in Belgium (and I also spent a few in Austin, with my other grandmother), but... somehow, in my memories, except for the 4th and the occasional trip to the beach, it's always Belgium. And in Belgium, the sun stays up forever in the summer. (It sets correspondingly earlier in the winter, but we never were there in the winter.)

Been doing Quick Draw

Jun. 20th, 2017 10:30 pm
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Google would win at pictionary.

The trick is not to draw well, but to draw like everybody else. A quick sketch of a rectangle with a fin on it is better than a beautiful, photorealistic picture of a shark - and apparently, the entire world, when confronted with "animal migration", decides to make a few m-birds and call it a day. (The algorithm is entirely too fond of throwing out "animal migration" as a challenge.)

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Jun. 21st, 2017 08:23 pm
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 У меня есть своя собственная "примета ЖЖ/фейсбука/интернета".  То есть у меня их несколько.  Про ту, которая "как только про что-нибудь напишешь, оно изменится, но правда в какую сторону -- не предсказать" я много лет назад писала.  Но она все равно работает.  Есть еще одна работающая примета, уже про чтение: "если я читаю чью-то запись или просто "рассказ от себя", и у меня появляются ехидные мысли о том, какие дурацкие проблемы у этого человека, и что "у меня-то такого нет и не будет" -- даже если просто на секунду такое отношение проскользнет -- то все, такие же проблемы постигнут и меня в скором будущем."

Примета эта полезная, и помогла мне во многих ситуациях отловить эти проскальзывающие высокомерные чувства, остановиться, и понять, что да -- это действительно проблема, и что чур меня от такой, пожалуйста.  Но все же я не идеал, и иногда бывает.

Отчетливо помню, например, как читала в одном женском сообществе, от неприятного мне юзера, что "ребенок в шестом классе, и я в ужасе от ее математики: ничего не понимаю и не помню. Мы такое, кажется, не проходили вообще."  Это не цитата -- это я так помню суть.  И помню, как усмехнулась про себя и подумала довольно определенное про умственные способности человека, который не может шестикласснику помогать с домашним заданием по математики.

Как говорится природу -- то есть примету -- не обманешь.   Все так и вышло: я как-то в ужасе то ли от математики старшего ребенка, то ли от того, что я совсем ничего в ней не понимаю и не помню.  Мы, кажется, не проходили такого вообще, и что с этим делать, я не знаю.  Сегодня он у меня попросил помощи по следующим задачам: 
Let $P$ be the set of $42^{\text{nd}}$ roots of unity, and let $Q$ be the set of $70^{\text{th}}$ roots of unity. What is the smallest positive integer $n$ for which all the elements in $P$ and all the elements in $Q$are $n^{\text{th}}$ roots of unity?

 Что это вообще за хрень такая?  Правда он эту задачу тут же быстро решил (не спрашивайте меня, как!).  Дальше шла вот эта задача:  

Let $R$ be the set of primitive $42^{\text{nd}}$ roots of unity, and let $S$ be the set of primitive $70^{\text{th}}$ roots of unity. How many elements do $R$ and $S$ have in common?

Он страдал несколько минут, а потом сказал "я понял!  Это ж совсем просто."

По моему он издевается.  Или у меня совсем с мозгами плохо.  

С другой стороны, может напишет кто про то, что их дети слишком хорошо и быстро пишут сочинения -- настолько хорошо, что никто не верит, что это дети написали, а не взрослый автор -- чтоб я могла свысока подумать "ну у меня такой проблемы-то не будет"? 

Закончился 6й класс.  И 4й.  И 1й год preschool.  

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