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Tear gas used to disperse protesters outside Arizona Capitol building, officials say

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r/IdiotsInCars 14h ago Silver Helpful

This guy opened his truck door into mine and when I politely said excuse me sir he just ignored me and leaned into it further. The scratch is minimal but he was extremely rude and drove off. Should I just let it go?

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r/antiwork 5h ago Helpful (Pro) Wholesome Helpful Silver

My company picked a side


So I woke up to a company wide email. I work in retail so didn't think much of it. When skimming it, I realized it was regarding Roe vs Wade. Part of me figured it would just be corporate fluff where they pretend to take a side.

That's until I got to the second paragraph where it informed me effective immediately, they will be covering traveling expenses for employees in a state where abortions are illegal.

I hope other companies will follow suit, as a way to fight back. It's not perfect, but it's something so I'll take it. A step in the right direction at least, I know it's no where near enough, but I'm just so tired and this brought me some comfort.

Edit, typo

Edit 2, Hey everyone! So one, I posted this right before going into work, which was dumb because this blew up! So I've tried my best to read as many comments as possible.

Also, as many pointed out, this is a cheaper option than maternity leave. This is correct and something I didn't consider so thanks for bringing that to my attention. I understand this doesn't fix anything, and this is in no way making me complacent. And my company isn't perfect, no company is. Which is the problem. Another great point that was stated by many is the fact that personal information would need to be shared for this to work. Which is also a problem. And a valid concern that bothers me as well. It's also the reason why I believe in public health insurance. Our jobs shouldn't have this power over us.

This country is struggling, I plan to do what I can. Voting, speaking out, research, making a stand where I can. The reason why I refuse to have children is because I don't want to bring them into the world we currently live in. But also, while my company and many others are doing this with alternative motives, this decision will still help someone out there. A glimmer of something in an otherwise shitty time. I'm normally a very cynical person, but after the last few years I'm trying to remain positive while being informed. So, I'm taking everyone's points into consideration while finding a silver lining.

I'm sorry I'm not addressing every comment, but this blew up which was unexpected. Also, I do not work at Dick's but I won't be giving the company name because like many other Americans I can't loose my job. While I don't think that would happen, I'm also not willing to take that risk so I hope you can respect that decision.

Thank you!

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/r/all I had a miscarriage on Wednesday. A pharmacist in MO refused to fill my medication.


This week has been the hardest week of my life and I am not one to want to share these things, but I believe too many people are ignorant about what going through a miscarriage is actually like (including myself before this week).

My husband and I have been trying for a baby for almost a year. I had made so many life style changes, started reading baby books, was taking my prenatal vitamins, and already seeing a physician about possible fertility issue just in case. Finally, on June 4th, I had a positive pregnancy test. My husband and I both cried, it was probably the best day of our lives.

We were overzealous and though we knew miscarriage was an option, you can't convince yourself it will happen to you. We started preparing immediately, buying baby stuff, making lists, and I had a dr's appointment and my first ultrasound scheduled within days.

On Wednesday, my baby was supposed to be 9 weeks and 3 days. We went to the ultrasound and there my baby was. It was there and everything I wanted. Even though I could see it, and it seemed so perfect, I felt in my gut something was wrong because the ultrasound tech was quiet. The silence was deafening and I was convincing myself she was quiet because she wasn't the Dr and wasn't allowed to talk about it. After what felt like 10-15 minutes of pictures, she pulled the ultrasound back to my baby and zoomed back in. She started talking finally. "And there's your baby, there's the yolk, and the sac... I am so sorry but there is no heartbeat."

She just sat there, with my baby on the screen, the probe still in my vagina, as I cried and all my husband could do is grab my leg. Eventually she pulled it out and told me she would be back with a Dr. We sat in there for twenty minutes, crying. I spiraled through all the emotions possible grief, anger, fear, guilt, and denial. I almost convinced myself that once the Dr saw the pictures he would know the baby was fine, and the technician was wrong.

The Dr came in and confirmed the baby was not viable. They are able to tell in two ways, one by some measurement (I cannot remember what it was) and by not having a heartbeat. My baby was not viable for both reasons.

The Dr talked with us for a long time and was very kind, but it was so confusing and hard. Miscarriage is confusing and not enough people talk about it. He told me I had a few options: 1) wait to see if my body miscarries by itself. I was not showing signs of miscarriage, and my baby was still there. He said this could take weeks and if the process begins it can take weeks. He said if I do this, I need to monitor for heavy bleeding, extreme pain/cramping, fevers, shortness of breath, and chills. I asked, well isn't miscarrying going to produce heavy bleeding and extreme cramping? His answer was yes. Then how do I know if I need to go to the emergency room? He said well go if you think you need to. If my body did not miscarry itself, I could get sick from sepsis and would put myself at risk and possibly need more emergent care. 2) Take a medical intervention (misoprostol). This will cause the miscarriage and most of it will be done between 24 and 48 hours. 3) Do a D&C, a surgical procedure to remove all the tissue.

The Dr. scheduled me an appointment for the very next day to figure out what we wanted to do. The next day I was with a new Dr to me, but a Dr they specifically chosen because she had dealt with this with patients before and she told me she has went through it herself. Wednesday night, I had extremely cramping and heavy bleeding. I believed this was likely my miscarriage, and it had happened naturally. I told the Dr what had happened, and again realized I knew nothing about miscarriages. She said it could have been. It could have been some of it, could have been none of it. She said I still had the option to wait it out naturally, but again this could lead to it's own risks. We talked through all the options again, and my husband and I agreed the misoprostol was the best option. This way we would know it was done and wouldn't have to live in fear waiting. And to be honest, I couldn't live with knowing my dead baby was inside me any longer.

These are abortion pills. These are what you take when you need an abortion. Let me tell you why I fucking know first hand why no one uses this shit was birth control. I was so scared to take these pills. "Expect extreme cramping and bleeding, but also go to the emergency room if you have extreme cramping and bleeding." It was all so confusing. "Be warry of fevers, chills, shortness of breath, dizziness." Expect extreme pain, but just rotate between over the counter Tylenol and ibuprofen. Know this could go on for up to 48 hours. Stay home.

And at the end she said "When you go to the pharmacy, they are going to ask if you are pregnant. If you say yes, they will not give them to you. Tell them instead you are having an active miscarriage".

Our hell wasn't over. Now we get to go to a Walgreens pharmacy and have to be asked an intrusive question and answer it in front of everyone. You ever been to a Walgreen's pharmacy???????? There is no fucking privacy. I already had a pit in my gut, I am in Missouri, I was ready for the judgement.

I went to the Walgreen's pharmacy attached to the medical center I was at. I thought it would be safe and they would be the most understanding. And they were... but they did haven't the prescription. She told me she could order it for tomorrow (Friday). My husband had to leave for work on Saturday and I didn't want to be going through this alone, so I told her I needed it today. She told me to try another Walgreens.

We went to the next Walgreens. I asked the technician to check if they had it before they filled it, because I needed it today. She checked and said it was available and they would get it filled. I felt some relief and was ready to get this one nightmare over with and start the next. Then she came out, and she said she was so sorry but the pharmacist refused to fill it.

The pharmacist refused to fill it. It hadn't clicked in my head what was going on, I asked why, she said he said the "dose was too high". I gave them my medical paper work (I was not thinking, I just was panicked and wanted this over with). She gave it back to him and came back and just said he refused to fill it. That's it. I asked what I can do, what I need to do. She said she didn't know, there was nothing.

To be honest, I cursed and I cried. I am embarrassed but have I not fucking been through enough? have I not fucking suffered enough? My husband and I went back to the car and we called the original pharmacy, I was crying and yelling and they were so nice. They worked to figure out what they could do for me, and they ended up being able to fill it by giving me a shit ton of lower dosage pills. Thank you to those brilliant angels that went out of their way because they realized how much I needed just some fucking human decency.

I bled a lot on the pills. I cramped a lot and it hurt. I cried a lot and I miss my baby.

And then Friday I was told Roe vs Wade was gone. And I have heard so many people over and over again say this won't hurt women who are having miscarriages and how we are overreacting.

I can tell you right now, the day before it was even gone, that I was denied my medication I needed for my miscarriage. I was denied it in Missouri by a male pharmacist. Right now, it hurts too much, but I am going to call and get his name and file a formal complaint, but this will not end. This will get worse.

I am so scared to have a baby now. This process hurt so much and was so evil and such a fucking nightmare. And now it will be worse. I am so scared of how I will be treated if this happens again. We don't deserve this, no one deserves this.

I was always pro-choice because it's none of my damn business what other women do with their bodies. But I wanted to share my story, because so many people keeping fucking spouting how this won't affect women who have miscarriages.

FUCK YOU to every single one of those people.

EDIT: I want to say thank you for everyone's kindness. After this situation and then all the Roe vs Wade discussion right afterwards, I was feeling very negative, helpless, and alone. This has made me feel much stronger, more hopeful, and now angry.

My family filed complaints by calling this customer service number: Company/Store Inquiries or Complaints: (toll-free) 1-800-WALGREENS (1-800-925-4733) . Please be warned, some of them were moved around a few times and on hold a few times. I am unsure of other avenues to complaints.

u/copper_rainbows shared the following privacy complaint form link: https://www.walgreens.com/pharmacy/privacyComplaintForm/privacyComplaintForm.jsp?tier3Id=1462

My details for the complaint and others to avoid this Walgreens

Address: 330 SW Ward Rd, Lee's Summit, MO 64081

Time: June 23, 2022 at ~4:10 PM

There was only one pharmacist on staff at this time from my knowledge. With these details, Walgreens will know who the person was and I will not have to share a name.

The entire situation:

- Called them on our way to their location at 3:58 PM, the technician that answered kept getting our last name spelt wrong and would not answer if they could fill it today.

- Arrive there around 6-8 minutes later, gave details to technician at the counter and asked if she could see if they could fill it today.

- Technician checked and said yes it was available and went to process the medication.

- We waited at the chairs in the lobby. The technician came out and said the pharmacist refused to fill the medication, the dosage was too high. I asked what we could do, she said he called our original Walgreens pharmacy (the one that did not have the specific dosage I needed on hand) and they did not answer (WE WILL GET BACK TO THIS). I asked if we could call our physician. She did not respond.


- Gave the technician my paperwork to give to the pharmacist (I should not have done this, but was panicked and did not know what to do)

- She took it back to him, came back and just said he would not fill it.

- Asked what I can do? Can I call my physician? What if I call the other pharmacy?

- She did not respond or give any advice.

- The pharmacist NEVER CAME TO SPEAK TO ME. Never.

- I cried and cursed. Sorry to the technician, but no one would help me or give me any information.

- Left and went to my car. Immediately called the original Walgreens pharmacy. They answered immediately and said they never received a call. I told them about the situation, she was silent and said they were not going to fill it, and started working with me to get it figured out there.

r/MarchAgainstNazis 15h ago 'MURICA Silver

Miller: "President Trump… I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life"

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r/LeopardsAteMyFace 21h ago Bless Up

'The dog that caught the car': Republicans brace for the impact of reversing Roe

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r/todayilearned 4h ago

TIL George Lucas not only gave his blessing to make Spaceballs, he also handed the movie over to his effects company, Industrial Light and Magic, to provide the space effects and postproduction.

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r/CasualUK 8h ago Wholesome Silver Helpful

Does anyone else think that Glastonbury has lost the alternative edge that made it special and is now just... lame?


Glastonbury was once full of crazy stuff and you could go there and see old punks, crazy druids, and all kinds of weird and wonderful people and things.

The music mostly had an alternative edge and there was a massive variety.

Now Glastonbury has become middle class, family friendly and a middle of the road borefest.

People take their kids to see Paul McCartney there which says it all. The acts have never been blander.

It's been invaded by braying Henrys and Henriettas, all dressed almost identically in their festival uniform.

Not sure whether I'm just old or if the Glastonbury Festival died with John Peel.


No, I'm not there.

Yes, i have been there many times in the past, mostly during 90s and 00s.

Didn't know about John Peel but wasn't putting him on a pedestal, just giving a rough timeline on when Glastonbury death spiral started.

Glastonbury death spiral is a good name for a band.

Sorry to the Henrys who aren't Henrys.

If you like "Glasto" then knock yourself out and have fun!

Paul McCartney after The Beatles is lame, not going to change my mind on that.

Edit Edit:

Some of you need to chill out, isn't Glastonbury meant to be about peace and love? If you're there then go and chill, don't need to rant at me for my opinion.

r/notinteresting 12h ago Helpful Wholesome Silver

I don’t know who he is

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Meme / Shitpost (Sundays) 'Chef's Kiss'

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Social What will you do If you wake up as the opposite gender of yourself?


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Good Vibes These Three Smiles

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image/gif Galileo Galilei's first drawings of the moon after seeing it through the telescope in 1609

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Miscellaneous I cant even think for a appropriate title for this

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Repost 😔 Pt.2 woman tries to stop man from burning Quran? Sweden.

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article Rage Against the Machine Donating Ticket Sales to Reproductive Rights Organizations

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Damn Nature, You Scary!


r/gaming 4h ago Helpful

Never had 4 player local multiplayer before. Ooh the pretty colors!

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My son was born 100 years after my grandpa.

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r/nextfuckinglevel 9h ago Helpful Wholesome Silver

Mick(78) is just phenomenal for his age.Milan july 2022.

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Image The Simpsons wrote this joke almost 30 years ago

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