Lessons Learned: The Firebombing of Tokyo

Lessons Learned: The Firebombing of Tokyo

Nuclear weapons are mankind’s unthinkable weapon. But would it surprise you to know that conventional weapons can be just as deadly? I’m Jim Lindsay, and this is Lessons Learned. Our topic today is “Operation Meetinghouse,” the U.S. firebombing of Tokyo on March 9 and 10, 1945. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 left the United States reeling in the Pacific.

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When to Reveal Your Medical History

When to Reveal Your Medical History Date

Our first question comes to us from Nicole who actually, is in our audience. So, Nicole, welcome, you look so lovely. Thank you, thank you for having me. What would you like to ask the doctors?

So, when people initially look at me they think that I had a breast augmentation, when in reality I was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 26 last year. And so, I had a double mastectomy, during my recovery I got an infection which was a huge setback. After five surgeries in a year it’s inevitable for me to look like a chopping board underneath my clothes, as normal as I may look on the outside. And I’m fairly open about sharing my story with people but my question is, how soon is too soon to share when it comes to dating?

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