Perhaps, but then again avian respiration isn't the same as mammalian. Birds don't take breaths the same way mammals do; they have air bladders all up and down their body that "store" breaths of air before the lungs draw the air. All the air sacs at the rear of the bird have to be filled before the lungs can do their job.
I've literally raised a couple exes, it took Shel Silverstein to finally set me straight on what a healthy relationship looks like; to not need someone, to be content with your own company and still choose to let someone in. That's what real love looks like.
Update 1 of many: I capped it at 200 to ensure I could do it. I don't want to bamboozle. If anybody has good ideas for it, feel free to help.
I'm shooting for 2 weeks, but we'll see.
UPDATE 2: I'm on slide 7, goal is to do 20 a day. I'm worried I won't have enough content, but we'll see.
UPDATE 3: Would it be a bamboozle if I did 100-200 good quality slides instead of 200+ low quality ones?
UPDATE 4: Hit 50 slides, feeling confident so far.
UPDATE 5: [link]
For those of you who are unseasoned in the history of the Great Meme War of October 2016, please refer to pages 57-73 of this slideshow for a brief overview of the hardships and sacrifices that were made during that dark month.
Please note: this slideshow omits the importance of Battlefront II, Goosebumps, Squirmle, and several other notable memes from October 2016. These memes also played a major role in the war, and should not be forgotten.
As a lawyer who works in this area (and a law prof who teach law students how to write these things), I can assure you that they are enforceable. See, for example, recent cases involving Uber and Facebook in the District Courts of New York upholding both EULAs. To be enforceable, however, they need to follow standard rules for contracts - Offer, Acceptance, Consideration. You need not have actually read the contract for it to be enforceable against you, but you do need to have the OPPORTUNITY to read the contract for it to be enforceable, and there needs to be an affirmative manifestation of assent (e.g., "Click OK") and not merely a passive action (or non-action) that is unclear whether you read it or not (e.g., "By visiting this website...").
FYI, because people are interested,I put the slides that I give my law students up on SlideShare if you are interested.
There's like 91 slides and I couldn't take the time to figure out which slide this content is on. Full slideshow: [link]
Airline engineer here. Depleted Uranium (DU) is a common weight balance installed on the tail of not only the 747, but all Airbus aircraft. DU has a high density and is ideal for reducing lateral tail flutter.
Dr. Vivek Kumar is now Assistant Professor in the department of Forensic Science at North Bengal Medical College and Hospital, WB, India.
Edit 1. The content in this slide was possibly taken from a 2nd year mbbs textbook(Mahapatra SC, Kulkarni DV. Forensic osteology. In: Dr A C Mohanty’s Legal Medicine, 1st ed 2004. Priya Mohanty Publisher, Navi Mumbai).
Fun fact... An organization called the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS) did a study on cattle mutilation in the 90s. They concluded that it was most likely being done clandestinely in order to monitor our cattle supply for prions.
Now, who knows right, but yeah.. learned about prions after that. Fucking terrifying.
Edit: I think this is it
From the "Play! Pokémon VG Tournament" rulebook:
> * If a player’s final Pokémon used Selfdestruct, Explosion, Destiny Bond, or Final Gambit, and both players’ final Pokémon faint as a result, the player who used the move loses that game.
> * If a player’s final Pokémon used Double‐Edge, Volt Tackle, Flare Blitz, Take Down, Submission, Brave Bird, Wood Hammer, Head Smash, Struggle, Head Charge, or Wild Charge, or was holding Life Orb, and both players’ final Pokémon faint as a result, the player who used the move wins that game.
> * If both players’ final Pokémon faint due to a weather condition, such as Hail or Sandstorm, the player whose Pokémon faints last wins the game. This includes the effects of Perish Song.
> * If a Pokémon’s Ability (such as Rough Skin, Aftermath, Liquid Ooze, or Iron Barbs) or held item (such as Rocky Helmet) results in both players’ final Pokémon fainting, the player whose Pokémon had the Ability or held item wins the game.
The only way to have a tie is if the time runs out, both players have the same number of Pokémon left, their teams' average HP percentage is equal, and their teams' total number of HP is equal. (In that case, the event would have a sudden-death tiebreaker.)
> It's not a far left or far right or anything movement.
Its support is strongest among those on the far right and the far left.
Also, 89% is an exaggeration.
> Some police are removing helmets in a show of solidarity with the yellow vests/gilets jaunes
This is a myth.
Taking off the helmets was a negotiated act to disperse the crowds.
The first Battlefront used a lot of Photogramatry which is why it looks so real because the meshes/textures are actually photoscanned with a camera. Battlefront 2 doesn't use this technique as much though so it dosent look as good imo. Here's a GDC talk DICE did about it.
It recently dawned on me that I came from an actual dysfunctional family after someone on reddit posted this slideshow: [link]
Like I always knew, but I never saw it summed up like this. What's important is that we get the help we need, whether it be from positive outlets, counselors, ministers, etc. and not try to self-medicate through mindless habits, drugs, shallow friendships/relationships, etc. Whether we come from bad families or no families, its important to get help. Because if these issues aren't tackled now, whenever you start your own significant relationships and families, they're going to be effected negatively or even replicated, and maybe even passed on to your kids.
On this site you can purchase a workbook for your children to fill in. It's for cursive Cyrillic.
And here is a SlideShare presentation of both print, and cursive Cyrillic (bukvar)
Hope it helps! Happy learning!
I am by no means an expert artist so take this with a grain of salt but i can give you my advice:
it sounds obvious (and to be honest, pretty disappointing) but you just need to draw as much as possible, set aside an hour a day to just draw.
A good place is to start is to draw still-lifes with basic shapes at varying distances: something like this. this will let you start to develop an eye for lighting and how shapes and shadows interact. Search up how to properly shade if you're unsure.
while you're drawing these, start studying 1 and 2 point perspective: this slide makes it simple to understand and is pretty comprehensive. perspective is an essential tool which you'll need to understand.
keep drawing these basic shapes everyday, then start upgrading into more abstract shapes, things like wine glasses other shapes.
Maybe you can read Drawing on the right side of the brain?
It's probably one of the most highly regarded guide to drawing which really helped me to understand certain processes and logic behind drawing.
SIDE NOTE: Drawing from your ~~brain~~ memory/imagination is an incredibly difficult thing to do and not every artist is great at it. Use references and stills from life or books or the internet to develop your skill.
One of the greatest difficulties you will face is drawing what is there rather than what you think you see.
PM me if you ever need help with something.
There are some slides someone will post with the details of /u/WaterGuy12 history. Please study them, there will be a test tomorrow.
Edit: got tired of waiting, here are the slides: [link]
> Antarctica wasn't even located on the south pole 280 million years ago.
Yes, it was. See the 16th slide here. Antarctica was however part of Pangea at the time, so many other continents stretched down in to the Southern part of the Earth at the time as well.
EDIT: It's worth noting that most maps of Pangea center the continent in the image to illustrate how all the continents fit together, so it's pretty easy to mistakenly assume Antarctica, and other regions, weren't located near the South Pole.
I've already diversified my game holdings enough to ignore the latest misery. For many people, Ben Cousin's frank discussions of the microtransaction plague in the Paying to Win presentation remains the signature early warning that most ignored. At the time, it was hoped that the free to play model could be salvaged by reasoning with developers.
Eventually, it became clear that many of the people involved in the process, including players, were interested in trying to get in on the financial action rather than play a game or develop skills. Even skill development is hurt. For example, modding CS:GO weapons skins was once simply done for fun, but now it's become tied to an economic system. The long term implications of this are unclear, but the acceptance of artists alley in the world of comic books suggest that the comic industry still recognizes the need to develop skills the industry ultimately wants.
One of the more interesting things that I explored was Magic the Gathering. As a paper product, it remained amenable to modifications that allowed one to eliminate the pay to win nature by designing ways of playing that blunted the impact. Nevertheless, as a testament to the scope of shadow economics involved in this projects, it was close to impossible to recruit players for fair and balanced play. I still encountered some Magic players willing to explore alternative play styles and those who were interested in developing their own, but that was the exception. The digital product line, MTGO, on the other hand, is not conducive to that kind of play style as it is rigidly tied to traditional play styles.
Most of the video game titles I am playing are from 2015 or earlier. At the same time, a slow and gradual building of pen and paper holdings, particularly RPGS, creates opportunities to explore play outside of the "store fronts" that now invade game space.
So I hosted a Football themed quiz at my college. It's not a trivia quiz. The questions are framed in such a way as to give you clues to the answer. So it's not really who played for which team at what level but more of the logic or reasons behind footballing decisions. You can find it on SlideShare here.
Do let me know if you liked it!
This is the book OP cited: https://www.slideshare.net/ramit/introduction-and-chapter-1-optimize-your-credit-cards?type=document
Slide 45 (p42) has the APR lowering scripts.
Anyone thinking this is FUD should read the report. One thing that is immediately provable is that Andy DeFrancesco founded all three Latin American Acquisition targets and then changed the names before they were acquired. They were not buying best of Breed, they were founding companies and then Aquiring them using Apria stock
Our first major indication that something is amiss came through the following revelation: Canadian corporate records show that the entities acquired in the LatAm deal were all previously named after DeFrancesco’s personal private equity firm, the Delavaco Group:
Asset LocationAcquired Entity NamePrevious Entity Name
JamaicaMarigold Acquisition - Delavaco Caribbean Ventures (Links go to BC records Office Cert)
ColombiaMMJ Colombia Partners - Delavaco Colombia Partners
ArgentinaMMJ International Investments- Delavaco MMJ International
You use what's called a spider die for your extruder.
It's not hugely dissimilar for how they extrude plastic.
Why not both?
Asexual is lack of either sex drive or attraction.
Stone Butch is a lesbian that prefers to give rather than receive, experiencing greater pleasure by giving to their partner.
May do you some good to go researching both terms to figure out what exactly you identify with about them and why. I know similar searches brought me better understanding of myself.
I'd also recommend reading Stone Butch Blues, I suspect you may find some things you resonate within its pages. Just TW on police brutality, r*ape, homophobia/transphobia, etc
Free online copy on slideshare of Stone Butch Blues
Oh my gosh Dylan please don’t go. Vector is a pyramid scheme. They’re one of the groups that have ended up paying and advertising a lot of places to say that they’re not a pyramid scheme, but they are point for point and MLM. [link]
There’s a bit of stuff about it, but if you want to look into first hand accounts then [link] is also a good thing to read.
Put together a resume. Find a template that focuses on skills/accomplishments rather than employment history.
Then I would stop into every business in town that you might want to work for and fill out an application and attach the resume.
I’ve drifted between SAHM-ing and working. I’m sorry if this is obvious, but DO NOT mention that you have kids in your interview. It will come out eventually, the interviewer will likely figure it out, but don’t volunteer the information before you’re hired. It’s unprofessional. When asked about the gap in employment I’ve said “family obligations” while still being able to play up household organization, meal planning and preparation, transport, record-keeping, budgetary responsibilities, etc.
I’ve also opened employment doors through volunteer opportunities.
My kids are 17 and 19 now. A little more advice...work this out now. That “beyond motherhood” purpose. My friends (nearing the empty nest) are all having a rough time. Regardless of their educational background, age, marriage it’s a hard time and I wish I had been better prepared for it.
Edit: I just did a quick search for a simple resume
example of skill based resume
Don’t overlook qualities employers may appreciate! Licensed driver/clean driving record, reliable vehicle, can lift 100lbs, can stand for long hours, etc.
The Rivermist retaining wall failure. The developer bought back the houses and then resold them two years later. I looked at one of them when I was looking to buy a house in 2012. I asked for an engineering/inspection report on the repairs and they never provided anything... noped out of there real quick.
American pitbulls suffer from several genetic defects such as Hip dysplasia, Patellar luxation, zinc-responsive dermatosis, ichtyosis, demodicosis / demodectic mange, hypothyroidism, congenital hypothyroidism, athopy and cleft lip/palata (source).
How would you feel if we intentionally breed retard humans because we like the shape of their head? But if it's with dogs, we have no problem having them die of cancer and giving them half the life expectancy of a normal dog. I don't hate pitbulls, but I have a disliking of people who propagate the genetic defect market; it's highly unethical to me.
/u/waterguy12 was a meme in august that dominated this entire subreddit for two weeks. Now, normally it would be hard to sum up two entire weeks of memes, but luckily, /u/Joey10594 posted this, where he was forced to write a slide about the current memes in exchange for upvotes.
So here is a 90 page summary of everything related to /u/waterguy12, and also a bunch of unrelated memes to stall for more slides. This meme is still getting references four months later, and /u/waterguy12 is worshiped as a god nowadays as a result.
Ild og store mængder støvende materiale er altid farligt! Ja OK, ikke hvis det er asbeststøv, men mange materialer man normalt anser for ufarlige som f.eks. mel, sukker eller aluminium.
Atmosfærisk luft og et materiale med en enorm overflade i forhold til iltmængden giver en antændingshastighed og varmeudvikling, der er lige på grænsen til en reel eksplosion.
Se f.eks. side 2 i denne præsentation.
Mere info om støveksplosioner
His plane, the Karen B, was shot down after a train station bombing run on Berlin on April 29, 1944. They crash-landed in the Netherlands, and Dutch farmers and resistance members took care of him and his fellow crewmen until he was ultimately captured by the gestapo. He then spent the rest of the war in a concentration camp until liberation.
He was a badass. I’m thankful that he survived so that I could be here today!
Spez: Here is the story of he and his crew in detail if you are into that sort of thing.
I'll just point out that my first internal-presentation slide deck on "project Servo" referred to it as "technology from the past come to save the future from itself"; and a year later Brendan's update deck starts with a Sarah Connor quote ("no fate but what we make").
Nobody involved in the project has ever conducted temporal displacement experiments though. Categorically. Definitely not. (Yet).
They actually have various different trials going on currently, the big one is PPP001 for Advanced Cancer Pain.
This is the 2018 Investor Deck Presentation. quick synopsis of PPP001 begins is on slides 9 and 10.
I recently watched a former CIA investigator give a lecture about how to tell when someone is lying. One of the indicators that they stressed was inappropriate demeanor -- as in, smiling when answering a question about something bad. Also, shifting from an "anchor" point (shifting on feet), and other bodily reactions within a few seconds of a question or answer... Watching his interview, it was all right there. You can watch the lecture here (accompanying slides are here). What happened to this poor woman and those innocent children is horrific.
But heres something worse. It's a worm. You drink it's eggs in contaminated water. It burrows through your stomach, enters your blood stream, circulates through your body and lands in your foot.
Then it digs through your feet. One day you look down, and see a fucking worm poking its heads out from between your toes. So you run to the nearest body of water to try and drown the demon spawn. As soon as the worm hits the water, it releases thousands of eggs, contaminating the water and infecting dozens of more people.
Slide 7 is where it gets good
Well, the company records office shows all three acquisitions were originally founded by DeFrancesco who also founded Aphria. That is going to be hard to explain away
JamaicaMarigold Acquisition - Delavaco Caribbean Ventures
Great talk about CSS Grid, it just annoyed me how many times they cut to only the speaker, considering this was a very visual-heavy presentation.
I suggest doing what I did, if you can, and watch the talk while looking at the slides.
BashCo, you are just very wrong. They have legitimate concerns (read the slides by Jeff on SegWit).
Secondly, what gives you the right to judge what miners or wallet providers do or don't do. I don't like this elite thinking, and it's not in the spirit of Bitcoin. Meditations and a sabbatical leave would do well to you.
No, it doesn't actually offer much mechanical resistance (unless that initial arc heats the contacts and fuses them together! that's why breaker contacts are sometimes made of tungsten). There are high voltage breakers that use loaded springs, or pneumatic, or hydraulic actuators to snap the contacts far and quick. Besides ~~inert~~ dielectric gas and vacuum, dieletric oil is also used to immerse the contacts.
High voltage/power electricity is crazy stuff.
Here are some high voltage breakers examples:
Edit: dielectric, not inert, gas
I've done talks at both large conferences and small gatherings. Most large venues will tell you beforehand what format to use. The problem is that if I'm giving that same talk in a smaller location, then they rarely have the same requirements and I'm generally to lazy to switch the resolution.
The real LPTs for giving a great talk are in Garr Reynolds Presentation Zen book. It made a HUGE difference in the quality of my own talks and I can't recommend it enough. Even if you don't follow it to the letter (some of his advice about slide content doesn't always work with tech talks), it gives you the knowledge to make an informed decision around content plus a good framework to use.
Got a PM asking for proof. Understandable. I upload all my public/unrestricted presentations to slideshare. It'll be marked where I gave the talk, if there is video available, etc. It's also pretty easy to see when I started applying the principals from the book. Some of those slides give me nightmares now, but on the positive side I can see improvement.
This is a much more complicated issue than most people think. I would recommend people this presentation [link] that shows how much land is already protected in Brazil. It will blow your mind. These studies were conducted by Embrapa (using one method) and NASA actually had better results in an independent study (with another method).
Thank me later. Sell him the idea in the first 3-5 minutes. Surround yourself with credibility. You are 80% likely to batch it but you have to start somewhere. Never forget that the most successful people have failed the most. You only need one yes.
Source: ne pušim nekih 3 godine sad već. Dosta mi je kvalitetniji život.
Ako ozbiljno pitaš za savjet, želim ti sreću!
For anyone who is interested in the nitty gritty of what this slimebucket did, here's a slide show that explains it all.
(BTW, I didn't make it, I'm just sharing it.)
> Det kommer fortfarande ge utdelning i kommande generationer som jag sa, ju fler invånare desto mer pengar genereras, det är bara dyrt i början.
Jag förstår att du troligtvis bara återberättar det du hört, men det låter som att du blivit felinformerad. För det första så är det inte så enkelt som att mer folk = mer pengar. Det du verkar missa är att om vi blir fler så ökar även kostnaderna, och som grupp så klarar inte migranter från Mellanöstern och Afrika med att bekosta sin egen välfärd. Det tar för lång tid innan sysselsättning, och även med ett helt liv på sig så är det för få som arbetar. Källa: [link]
Det är inte lönsamt, vare sig kort eller långsiktigt.
This is incorrect.
Look at the F-16 flight manual and my other comment. It gets you 10-15 minutes time depending on flight configuration running on just hydrazine. In the flight manual go to the EPU section.
I also have back-seated the F-16 D models and worked in an operations squadron. Ive been involved with mishaps where hydrazine has been spilled and interact with F-16 pilots daily.
> Paging library - what were they thinking?
Actually, THEIR idea is that you'll be loading new data in the BoundaryCallback's onZeroItemsLoaded() method, fetch it async from the network (and track that you are already fetching this data from network right now).
Once it arrives, you save it directly to Room, which will update your DataSource automatically because of you using a LiveData<PagedList<T>> created by the LivePagedListBuilder(dataSourceFactory).
In which case you "observe a LiveData and submit the PagedList to the adapter" and that's it.
The network ones are tricky but they also solve a problem :D
I had a talk about the Paging Library because I actually found its release exciting, and I think I put way too much info in the slides; but that means it might also be helpful even now, see [link]
I think this is just some kid’s class project but it’s how I figured out that I had KPRF rather than rosacea. Yours looks kind of in between so maybe the other criteria will help.
>Airline engineer here. Depleted Uranium (DU) is a common weight balance installed on the tail of not only the 747, but all Airbus aircraft. DU has a high density and is ideal for reducing lateral tail flutter.
volgens /r/beantek hierzo
Aina kun kaipaa on itsellä faktat hukassa. Tässä hyviä taulukoita, mm. Eläkemaksun suuruudesta, eläkemaksut ja -etuudet suhteessa palkkaan eri vuonna syntyneiltä jne.
Perusargumenttiin "itse olemme eläkkeet maksaneet" saa tuolta myös argumentteja. Esim. vuosikymmeniä maksu oli vain viidennes nykyisestä ja nyt pääosa töissä olevista ei voi edes unelmoida yli 60% eläketasosta.
Or they put up that "aren't we so crazy" shtick as a distraction from the fact that their family is actually completely dysfunctional
If you want to see Zeus Jones' entire presentation on the branding options you can see here:
It seems like there were a significant number of Loon variations in there.
Yes, the first chapter of Shawn's most recent book, page 19.
Also, the referee for the match discusses it here.
I read a better article about the guy a few years ago. Since then he's been fully destroyed online (he's not wrong about the libel). He actually responds in the comments section of this article (EDIT: and with a slideshow).
For those who are wondering. Dysgraphia can absolutely be in our scope of practice. Dysgraphia can occurs in part due to Language processing deficits as well as visual spatial.
For the OP.
Dysgraphia is not always manifest as spelling errors.
Pay attention to things like :
Saying words out loud as the write
Concentrating so hard on one word that they miss content
Trouble thinking of words to write.
Also things unassociated with writing like buttoning a shirt.
All can be signs of dysgraphia in school age children.
Here is a link to a slide show produced by a SLP student that I found easy to understand.
What I wish most parents knew is that Class room teacher can be invaluable resources and a first line defense to identifying things like Dysgraphia. But It should be taken as recommendation to possible pursue professional evaluation. I hope everything works out for you and your little girl.
(From a practicing CCC-SLP)
> om det i snitt kommer ta 7-8 år för att komma in i jobb
Detta är en skröna som upprepas. Läget är långt mycket värre. De siffrorna handlar om "sysselsättning" Det kan vara allt från prao till instegsjobb, och/eller med statligt subventionerad lön.
Snackar vi riktigt jobb så har riksdagens utredningstjänst undersökt saken.
Då talar man om "helårsanställning", och då landar vi på 25% efter 8 år, 34% efter 15 år. Källa: [link] Sida 4.
Märk väl att detta är flyktingar från 90-talet. Då var det främst flyktingar från Balkan, en invandringsgrupp som är mer lättintegrerad än dagens afghaner. Räkna inte med samma siffror idag.
I gotchu bro.
It's a great manga and the anime adaptation is great too.
SQL-92 was sufficiently complete when sticking with the relational dogma. However, in practice, that dogma is not always the right one (surprisingly, a NoSQL argument).
Take this example:
SQL-92 implementation to get the median:
The corresponding SQL:2003 implementation:
Rouvan mitat suhteessa samaa luokkaa (164 cm ja 73 kg), myös ne pystyy näkemään alkuperäisestä slaidista, joka löytyy tästä. THL on tuonne slideshareen nähtävästi uppinut vinon pinon esityksiä, joiden joukossa on muutama muukin, jossa puretaan tän tuoreimman selvityksen tuottamaa dataa.
Newer cars are also better at surviving small overlap crashes since the IIHS small overlap test is fairly new.
Here is a chart that shows how cars have gotten better: [link]
Grabbed it from a presentation here: [link]
Same goes for the moderate overlap test, as you’ll see in one of the slides.
The Republicans aren't against the electrification project specifically. They are asking for the federal government to withhold the money for the electrification project until the state of California performs an audit on the high speed train.
They think the high speed train is going to be way over budget and the whole project will never provide the train that was promised with the provided budget.
See the letter from the california congressional delegation:
Funny comments in the source code for NGG gfx9 (Vega):
>When a transition from a legacy tessellation pipeline (GS disabled) to an NGG pipeline, the broadcast logic to update the VGTs can be triggered at different times. This, coupled with back pressure in the SPI, can cause delays in the RESET_TO_LOWEST_VGT and ENABLE_NGG_PIPELINE events from being seen. This will cause a hang.
>NOTE: For non-nested command buffers, there is the potential that we could chain multiple command buffers together. In this scenario, we have no method of detecting what the previous command buffer's last bound pipeline is, so we have to assume the worst and insert this event.
Looks like some major bugs in the driver is preventing them from enabling it everything, ie. replacing GS (Geometry Shaders) with Primitive Shaders.
VGT is probably Vertex Grouper / Tessellator, storing the vertices (draw calls) info prior to processing into geometry or tessellation. No idea what SPI is..
Edit: SPI is Shader Processor Interpolator from [link] (p2) Doesn't really help since I don't know what it does anyway! lol
Here's the first chapter of the book OP cited - https://www.slideshare.net/ramit/introduction-and-chapter-1-optimize-your-credit-cards?type=document
The APR-lowering scripts are on slide 45 (p42)
I'm not sure if you're serious, but those blades are made of fiberglass and the tips are moving at about 515mph. A tree is going to ruin their day.
edit: sauce 1 and sauce 2
Yeah not a big fan of your post man. I get where you're coming from, but its super shitty of you to have said/done that. A few things pop out to me about all this:
So you were/are addicted to alcohol and have struggled with it. Would you appreciate someone addicted to heroin giving you the speech you gave your friend? I mean, heroin is a 'much worse' drug than alcohol right?
One thing I learned in my time in and around people getting clean is not being down on someone else for their addictions/actions.
If you don't think that nicotine is addictive, check out the bazillion available links on the topic. Also, check out slide 6 of this TED TALK that goes over nicotine addiction etc.
It unfortunately sounds like you came at him from a place of frustration and jealousy (you wish you had his recovery tools available to you), and I really think you should reread this and try looking at how you'd feel if someone came at you like this.
Știu că e o glumă, dar mi-a reamintit de o întrebare:
Cîndva Guran a spus la Biziday că în România drumurile se fac cu mult bitum turnat peste niște straturi structurale de pietriș; dar că în alte țări, Germania în primul rînd, stratul structural are și un strat gros de beton peste care se pune doar un strat de asfalt de uzură. A continuat să detalieze cu avantajele soluției cu beton:
- mai durabilă în timp și uzura înseamnă doar gropi, mai puțin deformări/alunecări
- antrenează mai mult producția locală, importînd cantități mai mici de bitum și în loc folosind mai mult beton, deci ciment, metal și rocă (ce se pot produce local).
E vreun inginer constructor să detalieze despre ce e vorba? Ce am găsit pe internet nu mă lămurește prea bine, reieșind că toate drumurile de sarcină mare au și plăci de beton.
Am mai căutat un pic și cea mai relevantă comparație am găsit-o la [link] , pagina 4. Nu știu dacă e același lucru de care zicea Guran, dar pare mai nuanțată problema, cu avantaje și pentru soluția fără beton.
Stephen Levitt (the Freakonomics guy) gave a talk where he mentioned that there was an economics "puzzle" of why executives at failing companies get generous compensation, and no one seemed to object. A drug dealer explained why:
> If you start taking losses, they see you [as] weak and shit.
It seems related- subordinates want their bosses to have high status because it reflects onto them, but also because it motivates them to accomplish more.
a proposed "translation" of these characters can be found on slide 43 from the hive language project posted a while back by /u/certainpersonio.
no idea what it could possibly mean.
They were everywhere by the mid 90's. They weren't a fledging little company, but a very successful beverage business that switched course into the Iced Tea market when it watched Snapple take the country by storm.
In 1993, Forbes declared them as one of the year's hottest products. See slide 5 here: [link]
u/angrybulb, deadmuesli's example above is a good one.
There is an Activating event. You have an emotional or mental Consequence as a result. There is a Belief, something you tell yourself, that connects the two.
So if the Activating event is a 12-hour work day, and the Consequence is "I need a drink", the Beliefs could look something like:
From here, we can learn to Dispute the belief, along the lines of:
I like this introduction to the ABCs.
A lot of things should play together. Some things I mentioned in this presentation: [link] (starting from this slide)
But the main thing you, personally, can do now is continue using the language, regardless of the fad and other obstacles, making the ecosystem better little by little each day. :)
To add to anthropology_nerd's very thorough answer, you know how ancient Egyptians were always drawn in a very distorted posture that's painful to even try to twist yourself into? Just because something's a theme in art doesn't mean it was a reflection of real-life. One of the things art historians have to learn (if they're the sort who try to make real-life postulations from art, at least) is how to distinguish what is and is not artistic license. I think the guy in the video's reading a bit much into an artistic style without considering that body mechanics, conservation of energy, and the like all point very strongly towards heel-walking (but ball-running).
Additionally, because period illuminators were not biologists, they often drew things wrong from a biological perspective without even intending to make a stylistic choice simply because they weren't thinking about why it wouldn't be right. Look at all the creepy Renaissance Jesus babies that look like tiny adults. Or the evolution of elephants in Western Art, drawn by people who'd clearly never seen one in real life. No one's suggesting Renaissance babies came out of the womb weirdly muscular and with tiny heads, or that elephants used to look like tapirs, litopterns, and trumpet-nosed Dr. Seuss animals, because that'd just be silly. You're question isn't obviously wrong like those are, but the whole illuminator mistake/style thing needs to be ruled out before seriously considering it to reflect a real bizarre and drastic ephemeral shift in a human population's physicality.
Cook is a slimy bastard who stole a hospital from the citizens of a community. I'm sure lying about seeing god is one of his minor sins. (BTW, I didn't make this slideshow, I'm just linking you guys to it).
How do you explain away this bit? The founder of Aphria founded all the Aquisitions in South America too.. Public records linked in the report.
> Dans un pays majoritairement au nucléaire ?
Eh ben detrompes-toi. Jancovici a un set de slides qui tournent tout le temps, tu peux voir la consommation moyenne d'un Français sur une année ici, slide 61, que tu peux recouper avec la répartition des énergies utilisées en France ici, slide 6: Une plus que majeure partie de l’énergie "utilisée" (directement ou indirectement) par un Francais est bel est bien d'origine fossile. La feinte c'est que, en effet, l'électricité produite en France est majoritairement d'origine nucléaire, mais l’énergie utilisée en France n'a qu'une petite part d’électrique.
Par contre, du coup, je suis pas 100% d'accord avec les préconisations d'OP, si tu veux avoir un vrai impact en faisant des trucs "simples":
A des degrés plus ou moins poussés, bien sur.
Also remember ANSI is the standard, but each vendor has their own flavor built on top of ANSI. You can even create your own if you like the pain of doing so.
Because English speaking Americans make up the great majority of bitcoin ownership and usage.
There are more American merchants, American BTC ATMs, American crypto companies, and most importantly more American dollars in crypto than any other nation.
(June 2018) [link]
Saying that most of the anti-BCH trolls are American is redundant when the majority of people talking about BTC are already American.
The mantra they give you is based on your age and the year the teacher was trained:
I'm all for je ne sais quois but TM is a fucking scam.
Here's the detailed survey data for those interested.
The actual percentage was actually lower (41% of 58% that knows the term LGBT), but still concerning.
Some interesting point on "hak hidup" (slide 20 onwards):
As I mentioned on the other thread; If we somehow manage to tone down the hysteria and slowly allow them to be accepted as a part of our society, there's still hope.
The patches have a permeation enhancer though, standard powder would not enter the body through the skin easily. The greater risk there would be rubbing it on the face and it entering through a mucous membrane.
I think P refers to Payseur, the Crown Prince Louis, son of guillotined Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, who was hidden and then brought first to England to be protected by George 3, then he was sent to the American colonies and settled in North Carolina where he was given 600 acres. He changed his name to Daniel Payseur, taken from George's paymaster, and began to create an empire that includes every single corporation in business today.
Payseur built railroads and amassed a huge amount of land with them. At the time, in the early 1800s, the government gave railroads every other acre of land and all of the land the railroads were built on, plus the easements. Telegraph lines were built on the easements, AT&T is the company that grew out of those early telegraphs. Post offices and banks were also situated at railroad stations because they were on the rail lines. All banks are part of Payseur holdings, as is the post office which, like the Fed, is a private corporation. I could go on but it has been documented by a brilliant and brave author who is also now dead.
His story is detailed in Alex Christopher's book Pandora's Box - The Unseen Hand (David Icke stole her material to write his book), which is no longer available but you can find it on the internet and I think an entire version is available at this link.
P could also refer to Pindar or the Pinary group, Neon Revolt has a long and detailed article about it, you can read the article here. Q has mentioned [P] saying he would save it, the best, for last. AT&T is owned by P=Payseur and since Payseur is the French royal blood line, it could very well tie back to the UK (they are all related to each other) and the Pindar...
Although the very top jobs were conducted in English, the British Raj in India not only mandated that any civil servant sent to work in India be conversant in the local languages - on average they would speak 4 local languages each - they also stopped the top jobs being only conducted in Persian, which actually made them more accessible to the average Indian than they had been before. Ironically, it was because the locals were considered not civilised enough to be worthy of speaking English that made it so popular. Meanwhile, the French had a policy of trying to convert everyone to speaking French and now French is basically dying as a language while English isn't even dominantly British anymore.
SOURCE (amongst others that I forget) - https://www.slideshare.net/322011/role-of-english-in-the-colonization-of-india
How many units does your building have?
If its 5 or less, the city is supposed to pick up your recycling curbside just like it would for a house. I can't find any info on whether or not your landlord has to provide a bin or not. Regardless, your landlord is obligated to tell you that recycling happens and when it will be picked up.
If it is 6 or more units, they have to contract with an outside provider to come haul recycling away.
Here's a link to the regulation city code 619.13 that talks about landlord recycling responsibilities.
And here's a link to a really informative slideshow about the topic.
Pixar went on a huge hunt for original 1995 ToyStory art - by called ex-employees and asking what their machines were called back then because they needed to cut down on how many backup tapes they needed to review, when they pulled them from storage. They also needed to buy hardware from ebay to process them. Then they put everything in big-ass VCS repo: [link]
It's not only a nice prompt. There's also
I use bash most of the time, but sometimes I go back to zsh. Look at this presentation to see why some people prefer zsh.
fish is not posix compatible, and I'd like to copy and paste random parts of scripts in the terminal.
No. Look at slide 24 in link to the study from the article.
They were exclusively looking at Chinese names to determine if someone was foreign. The study targeted a specific group of people and made assumptions based on their names.
They assumed that if you have a Chinese name you are foreign. The author said that himself in the quote I initially provided.
Also, after looking at the slides, I can confirm they used last names only.
Using this methodology, everyone in the city with the last name Lee, Wong, Chan, Liu, Lam, etc. would be considered foreign.
Most MLMs have their pay structure online. They make increased commission and/or bonuses depending on their down line
Here’s an example for ItWorks
While they may not get $10 for you joining, they get an extra 10% on each order when you join.
When they say they don’t make any money from adding you to a team, they are either lying or so ignorant they don’t understand increased commission IS being paid for adding new team members.
TIL Imgur posts are more credible than the entire scientific community... How's that convex earth video working out for you guys?
Regarding the shark, here is the original source of that claim: [link]
You can see it's more or less an assumption based on the animal's size. They can't accurately age sharks until they are dead, but the records of dead sharks show that they get bigger as they age. Based on the size of this shark they can estimate age to be >50.
It's not really all that complicated for most people to understand, but then again you are a flat earther, and therefore are less likely to be educated and more likely to be living close to the poverty line. So maybe I take it's simplicity for granted.
I looked at IBM's presentation and nothing really stood out to me. They're just putting shipping logistics on the blockchain. There isn't any hardware improvements, no details on the blockchain, no child chains, no RFID, etc.
> Maersk and IBM began working on a version of its software that would be open to everyone involved with every container. When customs authorities signed off on a document, they could immediately upload a copy of it, with a digital signature, so that everyone else involved — including Maersk and government authorities — could see that it was complete. If there were disputes later, everyone could go back to the record and be confident that no one had altered it in the meantime. The cryptography involved would make it hard for the virtual signatures to be forged.
What's different about that from UPS tracking, with a way to see revisions? There's no benefit to using their version if a person still has to upload something manually to the blockchain.
Walton's vision about incorporating RFID to automate information on the blockchain, making things smarter by incorporating IoT together to create smarter ecosystems, and more is more advanced than just what IBM proposed.
Uutisessa jätetään huomioimatta verotukseen tehdyt muutokset. Lomarahaleikkauksen ja verotukseen tehtyjen muutosten yhteenlaskettu vaikutus keittäjän tuloihin on noin -1€. Ks. esimerkki sivulta 8.
Edit: Vähemmän sekava viesti :)
Here are the slides:
They'll have recordings posted on the CNCF Youtube channel eventually.
Good call, thanks! Here you go:
Blog post: [link]
Architecture (ShmooCon 2018): [link]
I spend a lot of time here because every time I think I've peeled the last layer of the onion I find out there is more.
For example, I was amazed when I found out what Quentin Cook had been up to in his life before being an apostle. He and a few others stole an entire hospital from the state of California! [link]
It is interesting stuff like that that keeps me coming back.
Pretty fucking much. Over 60% of the US Navy is under the age of 30; approx. 20% is under the age of 21. Most sailors enlist between 18 and 22, and generally serve a 4-year contract in the US.
In addition, the average age across all services is 28-years old.
[link] (EDIT: Shit source, but it's (mostly) correct and relevant.)
And while is article is about the Royal Navy, the demographics are remarkably similar due to the nature of military service appealing to younger men who generally come from a lower income structure.
Also, you fucks have bars on your goddamn boats.
Side note: The 18-year olds can't legally drink in the States, and Stateside sailors under 21 can't (usually) drink in countries even where the limit is under 21.
>there are non-pyramid schemed valid MLMs too, but not this one
The problem is every MLM claims to be the legitimate one.
Here's the Q-net pitch:
First thing that came to my mind was the John Oliver's video on MLM scams which gave the charecterstics of a pyramid scheme. It said one of the key distinguishing factors is how much of the revenue comes from recuitment vs. sale of actual products.
Now these people are a step ahead and address the same issue at 1:51 in the video. It would not be far feteched to assume that they would have a ready made answer to all the pointed questions an informed person can throw at them.
Yeah, so if their representatives make all their revenues from sale of products that makes them a legitimate MLM right? No. It is worse now, as the fraud is now embedded in the products. The only way to make money is to sell overpriced shit to your friend and family and losing them in the process (and expecting the people recruted by you to do the same thereby earning you commissions). Their compensation plan lists 10 ways but all but the 2 mentioned above are highly improbable.
Yeah but how would anyone lose money in this type of scheme? Well, first of all they are taking advantage of your labour of selling their shit and recruiting their sales force by paying you minimal or no compensation. Added to that, there are minimum targets that you would need to fulfil each month. These targets are usually a minimum amount of inventory you need to buy from the company. This could lead to a pileup of unsold perishable inventory. The company is not at all concerned if you are able to sell the inventory or not, as it doesn't earn anything from that sale. It earns from selling it to you. If the unsold products are ever bought back they are so at heavily discounted prices.
Have depression, do concur.
Please talk to someone about how you're feeling. I failed a year of college because I felt like too much of a piece of shit to go and it turns out I have a host of issues and mental illnesses. My life has gotten so much better. Not necessarily easier, but better.
Here are two self-assessment sheets of the like that they give you in the doctors' offices; I've done them a lot and they can really give you a kick in the pants about getting help and support. If nothing else, please feel free to DM me. I get it.
minum air putih dulu biar ga mati dan stay calm. Dulu gw pernah bikin 100+ dalam waktu semalem.
Mulai pikirin flow presentasinya mau seperti apa. biasa saya bagi jadi 3 bagian utama. What (masalahnya apa) why (kenapa masalah ini penting untuk diperhatikan) How (gimana cara mecahin masalahnya). urutannya bisa di ganti - ganti tergantung topiknya apa (ex: What , Why, How atau Why, How, What, dsb)
Abis flownya sudah dapat, mulai bikin storyboard. Story board itu kaya gambaran setiap slidenya mau ngomongin apa. biasa saya cuman bikin slide kosong aja terus saya tulisin di slide itu mau bahas apa dalam satu kalimat saja (ex: slide 1 - Pembukaan Slide 2 - Permasalahan di Indonesia Slide 3 - Dampak Permasalahan di Indonesia)
Abis udah ada storyboard tinggal mikirin deh design slidenya kaya gimana hehe.
Some good readings about PPT and Presenting in general for you:
You Suck at Powerpoint | Death by Powerpoint
Flow - Storyboard - Design
Mostly re:Invent talks!
This one talks about some of the internal AWS deployment processes, including their internal use of CodeCommit and CodeDeploy:
For the RDS example I cited, see this deck, which mentions it:
Some of the outage summaries AWS has done in the past shows how tied together various AWS services are.
A long time ago someone I knew was into one of these bullshit things called "shop to earn", and if i remember properly, they REQUIRED that you buy a minimum $100/mo of products to even remain a seller. Basically, they're getting money out of you whether you are successful in selling or not.
The shtick was that you somehow convince people to buy products from a certain set of websites like walmart or bed bath & beyond, etc, for nothing in return, but you'd get a percentage of the purchase value. There was NO incentive for the person spending the money, it was terrible.
The Hunger Games series is all on PDF's online, if you want to indulge in your inner 15-year-old girl.
Cheers, and best of luck
Has been disussed in a previous post: [link]
Check his/her sladeshare at [link]