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Orientation and Moving In

2023.06.11 00:01 Tiredprude23 Orientation and Moving In

Hi, I’m trying to plan my trip to LSU for orientation and then again for my move in for welcome week. I’m out of state, it’s a 10 hour drive and I don’t know how long the trip would take for transit or plane. I don’t know what form of transportation I can or should use yet but, I’d like to know from experience if Louisiana has a reliable public transportation system. Like with buses or Ubers and stuff like that, I’m coming from a place where there is no public transportation so I’m a fish out of water. I’d like to know if I’d be okay if i don’t end up taking the drive and instead take a train or plane. Would I be able to have reliable transportation from the train station/airport, to a hotel and then to LSU in the morning for my orientation and wherever else I wish to or need to go? Are there plenty of rides or are they pretty busy and have crazy wait times? Also just how expensive are they? Regarding, modes of transportation for moving in. With the restrictions on what and how much you can bring on planes and trains, I have been instructed to get my stuff shipped out but where? Does LSU allow shipping things to the school especially in advance, when I won’t be there? I know it can be tricky getting packages to the school because of thievery, then there’s picking up stuff in store that I order online but again I need to know about the transportation. Right now, my simplest solution for moving in would be driving since there no resistance, I can just simply bring what I can carry and what I need.
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2023.06.10 23:41 bay30three I got ROASTED for posting this on a general sub

(Looooooong post alert)
Hi all.
I only joined Reddit a couple weeks ago after years of occasional lurking, and I posted this on a general sub, and got roasted to the point I had to delete the post to prevent going into negative post karma (I went from 90 post karma down to about 10 over a few hours).
At the risk of seeing a repetition of a barrage of abuse (I was called an idiot/ loser, and my replies got downvoted into being hidden), I re-post it here, just curious if the FIRE crowd has a different perspective.
For the record, I AM NOT doing what I'm doing to scrimp and penny-pinch. I genuinely enjoy my healthy packed lunches over unhealthy bought lunches that takes up 1/2 my lunch break while waiting in queue. I buy tech that suits my needs instead of paying extra for features I don't need. The things I enjoy in life most (running, walking, snap photography on my phone, family movie nights at home) happen to be free or cheap. As for heating in winter, I grew up in South Island of NZ without heating in winter, and my winter school uniform was shorts and I used to ride my bicycle to school through frosted grass, so I'm not about to start heating up the house for the mild Sydney winters. My kids aren't cold, and they keep taking layers off.
So here's the post. Fire away folks!

I am a 40M suburban dad in Sydney. Dual income, 2 children under 6.
I work in a professional capacity, and while I don't want to reveal my annual income, I'll drop a hint and say I paid over 100K in personal income tax last year (wife paid a bit less but not a lot less).
With that sort of income, many will say that just about everything is affordable to me. I am aware there is a cost of living crisis out there, and don't wish to come across as insensitive. However I would l like to share some of my tips on how to live on the cheap.

1) My groceries are cheap
I don't eat meat/fish/eggs/dairy. Yep, full plant based diet since early 2021, for my health/animals and the environment (I've heard all the arguments against veganism so let's not get into it here).
I live on beans/ rice/ vegetables/ fruit/ nuts and seeds. I go through two bags of the 'McKenzie's 12 blend soup mix' per week, at a cost of $4.60 per week. Brown rice I eat costs $19 for 5kg (I usually stock up when they are half price, at $9.50). I consume 200g of rice per day, which is about $2.66 per week when bought on special.
My other staples are steamed/sauteed broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, zucchinis, sweet corn, sweet potato, eggplant, kale, and fresh cherry tomatoes, red capsicum, cucumber, lettuce, as well as chia seeds, hemp seeds, roasted cashews and almonds. These aren't expensive items either.
I don't eat vegan sausages/burger patties or cheese. I eat a whole foods plant based diet.
My snacks are fruit. Usually apples, bananas, kiwifruit, grapes are staples, with occasional berries when they are cheap.
Also I don't buy any processed food. No potato crisps (they were $3-4 per bag when I stopped buying them, but I've recently seen them selling for $6.50 a bag), no biscuits, no chocolate, no lollies, no cakes or cookies or anything with refined sugar.

2) I don't buy lunch when I'm at work
I pack my own lunch the previous night, while I'm cooking dinner. Lunch is basically a 2/3 serving of the vegetables/beans/rice I had the night before. as I find bought lunches are unhealthy, and aren't substantial enough to fill me up. My packed lunch probably costs me $3-4 in ingredients.
I used to buy lunch every day, at a cost of $10-12 daily, which meant around $2500 per year on lunch alone. Now it probably costs around $840.

3) I don't drink alcohol
I went through a craft beewine/cheese/cured meat phase for about 10 years, but gave these up not long after I gave up eating meat or other animal products. I've spent 0 cents on these foods in the past 2 years.
When I was a regular drinker, beers at the pub used to be $7.50 for Tooheys/Resches/Carlton Draught and $9.50 for the likes of Balter, Pirate Life, Feral, but I believe they cost up to $12.50. No thanks.

4) I don't buy coffee or eat in cafes.
I went through a trendy cafe phase in my 20s and 30s, and thought nothing of paying $24 for a cafe breakfast and $4.50 for a large flat white. Now I make my own coffee at home. I buy green beans at a cost for $12 per kg and roast them myself (I bought a coffee roaster for $950 four years ago which has paid for itself many times over), and use 10g of coffee per cup, which works out to be 12 cents per cup. My soy milk costs $2 per litre, and I use around 150mL per cup of coffee, at a cost of 30c per cup. So my coffee costs around 42 cents to make.
I haven't eaten in a cafe for about 5 years now.

5) I almost never order in, or get takeaway
Not that there are many good plant based meal delivery/takeaway options out there anyway, and I find ordering in/takeaway meals to be expensive, unsatisfying, lacking in substance and not worth the cost. I avoid refined sugar and there is far too much in most takeaway meals for my liking. I eat them begrudgingly, occasionally (when my wife orders them).
The cost of a meal is the cost of material, labour, business insurance, electricity/gas, rent, advertising, accounting + the profits.
The cost of my own meals are the cost of the materials + gas/electricity. Huge difference.
I honestly enjoy my own meals more.

6) My fitness routine is free
I don't go to the gym. I do 100 pushups, 20 pull-ups, and 50 sit-ups every day (without fail). I also run a total of 15-20km weekly, and enter 2 marathons a year at a cost of around $100-140 per event. My running shoes cost me around $120-140 every 18-24 months.

7) My entertainment costs very little
I pay $120 per year for a Disney+ subscription, mainly for my children. It has more content than I could watch in my lifetime. We do a Family Movie Night once a week, usually Disney/Pixar animation films.
I also watch stuff on Youtube, and don't pay anything to skip ads or anything.
I have been to the cinema twice in the last 7 years, to see the latest James Bond and Top Gun 2. I stopped going to the movies regularly when the cost of a movie ticket hit $20, also around the time streaming services became available for $10 a month.

8) I don't use heating in winter or cooling in summer.
I am rugged in up 4 layers at the moment. I wear a thermal top, a knitted top, a polar fleece jacket and then an Oodie on top.
In summer I don't use the air con. It's singlets and shorts in summer, and when it gets too hot to sleep, it's a fan on timer to switch off after 1 hour, and it works every time.
I live in a townhouse and pay around $200 per quarter for electricity (for a family of 4). My next door neighbour pays $800 per quarter, as he heats/cools his home all the time.

9) I don't spend much money on clothes or shoes
My favourite clothing brand is yd, my socks are from Target and my shoes are $120 Adidas sneakers.
I have clothes and shoes for every weather and every occasion, and don't buy new clothes or shoes unless I'm replacing old ones to be thrown out.

10) I don't spend much money on the latest tech.
My hp laptop cost me $1200 in 2017. Still runs like new, and unlikely to need an upgrade for another 5 years. My phone is a Samsung S20 FE, which I bought 2.5 years ago for $750.
My Galaxy tablet cost me $280 earlier this year. I buy a new one every 5 years on average.
I can't fathom paying $3000 for a 14 inch Macbook, $1500 for an iPad, or $1400 for an iPhone.
My mobile plan is through a cheap provider at $25 per month.

So there you have it, the reasons why I believe I spend less than 90% of people while earning in the top 1%.

I'm not penny pinching or forcing myself to live like a pauper to save money while denying myself the pleasures I want. We go on overseas holidays 2-3 weeks every year, live in a nice spot in Sydney, own two luxury European cars, and own some pretty nice things.
My hobbies are reading, blogging, going out (which means exploring my favourite parts of Sydney, and taking snaps), posting on various internet forums, watching movies at home.
I grew up in a middle income household and being thrifty was instilled in me from a young age. When I was a student I lived liked a student, and when I started earning I didn't really change my spending habits.
Thanks for reading!
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2023.06.10 23:27 KyleKKent Out of Cruel Space, Part 709

Capes and Conundrums
“Alright, watch and learn kiddo.” Deadshot says as he brings his gun into position. “Most people think that a rifle is a point and click answer to their problems. Point, pull the trigger and problem solved. Those people are idiots.”
“Oh?” The Merc beside him says. Since Deadshot was categorically a solo act and maybe on occasion has some mooks to do the heavy lifting having someone hang around close would be an issue. So the excuse was he was training another sniper. Franchising as it were.
“Okay, really quick out of character.” Silicon says.
“Yeah?” Pavel asks.
“How the hell are you going to cause half of that construction to come apart with a bullet? I understand it’s not massively up to code, but at the same time. A bullet is small. It has only so much kinetic energy it can carry and if you bring Axiom into this you’re setting up a flare.”
“Architecture and physics.” Pavel says as he adjusts the gun and then leans away from it. “Look down the scope. It should start to make sense.”
“That’s one of the main cables of that sign. But there’s at least one more and it only needs one to stay upright.”
“Look at the angle, also remember I’ve got a reinforced bullet for this one. It’s designed to stay intact and ricochet.” Pavel says and Silicon rises up to look at the back of the sign again and mentally trace where the bullet will go.
“You’re going to shatter one support and weaken the other.”
“That is an absurd level of accuracy.”
“When the Undaunted claim to be better than the best of the best, it’s not idle boasting.” Pavel states as he takes a full shooting position again.
“So what’s the event in question?”
“We’re going to move along five positions and they have to find our ‘safe house’ in the point between them all. For that we’re going to need to leave some clues at each one. This first position to let people know they need to look is going to have the bullet casing, the bipod and of course the imprints we’re leaving on the roof gravel. For the next one we’re butting a type of polish on our boots that will get easily rubbed off so they get that, the casing and the imprint.”
“Are we leaving three clues at each place?”
“Yes. Some more obvious than others. Which reminds me.” Pavel says before digging out and tossing a wrapped bar at Silicon. “Eat that. It’s the third clue for the third location. Each one gets a bullet casing and the imprint of us hanging around.”
“What’s the fourth clue then?”
“A novelty sticker from a nearby business. It’ll let all the girls on the case know that Deadshot is staying nearby and has at least a hotel room, if not a full on base of operations.”
“And the last one?”
“Hardest one of all. Only two clues. The imprint and the casing.”
“And the ultimate place is in the middle of all of it...”
“Not exactly middle, but a place where you can reach all five locations without being spotted on a camera. Which is why we’re going there and then back out to relocate each time. So I hope you’re ready to take the stairs, because we got cardio in our future.”
“Oh joy.” Silicon says before a small timer goes off and Pavel grins.
“Show time.” He says as he double checks the wind, tastes the air and then slowly squeezes the trigger on his rifle.
The rifle is silenced and therefore the first sound that the danger makes is the calamitous clang as the grip of the frist cable is shattered and the still very active bullet goes careening downwards and slams into the base that holds the second cable. Cracking it ever so slightly.
Even from their position on the building, both men can hear the screaming groan as the metal slowly gives before the sign suddenly collapses forward and slams into the ‘civilians’ that Deadshot was hired to kill.
“Time to go.” Pavel says rising up as he disengages the bipod mount.
“Really? We’re just going down the stairs?” Silicon asks.
“The elevators have cameras, and the stairwells only have camera’s above the doors. However, the five buildings we’re using are in the middle of a maintenance upgrade that was massively overbooked as about fifteen different buildings decided they wanted the upgrades all at the same time. So these five are at the end of the list.” Pavel explains as he walks down.
“But the older security networks...” Silicon says.
“Pardon, I should have been more clear. The removal of the old equipment is already done for these five buildings, the actual replacement parts are not currently available.”
“And since the stairs are rarely used the security cameras in here are the last of the last priority.” Silicon says and Pavel nods.
“That’s right. Now we need to be able to get to our next location in a hurry. So time to skip some stairs.” Pavel says as he jumps down one flight and then flings himself down the next.
Silicon teleports down to the bottom but only has a few moments before Pavel arrives. He then waves for Silicon to follow him and then leads him through the building in a very strange, roundabout manner.
“We’re avoiding all the cameras they have left aren’t we?” Silicon asks and Pavel nods as he casually exits the building. He also points up and Silicon sees many Sonir in the air, a lot of them in Batman outfits of some kind and clearly scanning the upper areas and completely missing the two men casually walking around dressed like Deadshot with one of them lugging around a gun roughly as big as he is.
“Hey! Hey hey hey! You’re one of the actors right? Playing a bad guy?” A young Sonir girl asks flapping up to them. She’s tiny, dressed in all pink and clearly has gotten into at least a small amount of glitter lately.
“That’s right. Is there something you want?” Pavel asks in amusement.
“Can I take a picture?” She asks holding up her communicator.
“Sure thing little lady.” Pavel answers and she all but throws herself at him and turns in midair.
“Say boogers!” She exclaims.
“Boogers?!” Pavel demands before he hears the little camera go off a few times and she slides down with a giggle to examine her new selfie with the supervillain.
“Thank you mister badguy! Have fun!” She says rushing off with a laugh.
“Well that was adorable. Let’s keep moving.” Pavel states before they cross the street and make it into an a mall. A mall where he immediately leads Silicon into a side passage that’s lacking any kind of signs whatsoever.
“Where are we?”
“The building layout had some design fails. There are unregistered rooms back here. Well... not so much rooms as unused space, gaps between the stores. No security, no cameras, not even on the registration.”
“So is this tresspassing?’
“Even if we hadn’t informed the owners and legally rented the space? No. The place isn’t technically on the building plans so even if we squatted here it wouldn’t be a crime. But since we’re renting it, as is, we’re not only allowed in here, but are the only ones allowed.” Pavel explains as he opens a semi-hidden doorway to reveal.
“A sniper’s lair.” Silicon notes.
“That’s right.”
“This is an almost unfair test. They have to figure out that you weren’t spotted because you avoided the cameras, then look at a building’s blueprints and find out that there’s one place with none whatsoever.”
“That’s right. This is what level four puzzle challenge is about. If they catch us, it’s a win. But catching us is the hard part.” Pavel says and Silicon considers.
“I mean... this seems a little... I don’t know? Unfair?”
“It’s a riddle. Not every problem is solved by shooting things or using brute force.” Pavel replies as he fetches his replacement bipod. “Alright. Time to go. After I fire my shot the girls will all be given a warning about the second crime scene. They can then trace the bullet trajectory to our new location.”
“I still say it’s asking a bit much of people.”
“It’s far more data than Batman in the comic gets.”
“I don’t think comparing people to a person who’s superpower seems to be hyper-intelligence and a hefty dose of denial is fair either.” Silicon notes before Pavel leads him out.
“Probably not.” He admits and they’re shortly out of the mall and climbing up the stairs of another high rise.
She rushes to the scene of the next crime. It’s just like the last one. Massive collateral damage, one shot. A single attack, a single actioan and dozens of lives are done. It’s meticulous, it’s brilliant, it can only be Deadshot with that kind of aim and...
“Hey we got one too deep here!” Someone calls out and she’s pulled out of her head.
“What? That... I what?” She asks and looks around. The mannequins in a state of placement. The ‘explosion’ caused by the perfect unleashing of a gas valve that was sheered by a bullet. It blew out the front of a restaurant and left it a mess with all the mannequins in pieces.
“You were brooding girl! I could tell! You were forgetting to pull yourself out!” The other Sonir says and she holds her head.
“I was, wasn’t I?” Damn that’s not good.
“You alright there Batman?” The Undaunted playing the part of Jim Gordon asks.
“Fine, I’m... fine...” She says examining the area again. She lets out tiny pulses of sound and hears the place. The tiny hole where the bullet went through. The scalpel precise sheering of the pipe. No actual restaurants here used gas stoves, so it HAD to be part of the entire event. But still...
She lets out a little click and then imagines a straight line going backwards. Directly from the hole. She turns and sees the top of a large building nearby lines up nearly perfectly with it. “Up there!”
That said she takes off and gains altitude fast. Climbing upwards on the ash flecked wind until she crests over top. Empty already. She lets out a supersonic pulse and there’s a shape far different from the rest among the gravel atop the roof. A little cylinder. One that still stinks ever so slightly as she leans in close.
She steps around the slight indents suggesting where Deadshot laid and sees a slight smudging of some substance on the gravel as well. She doesn’t know what it is but...
“This... what is the puzzle?” She asks herself out loud. “There has to be some kind of answer to this.”
“There’s something up with you isn’t there?” Another Sonir asks as she alights on the landing. She looks back to where more are joining. “If you want it to stay private, keep it in your head. We all have good hearing sister.”
“I...” She begins before swallowing it.
“If you’re not up for these challenges then you’re not up for them and that’s that, there’s nothing to be ashamed of. These are for fun. No one’s lives actually depend on them. There’s no one getting hurt if you don’t do them.”
“Except maybe her ego!” One of the other Sonir calls out and there’s laughter from a friend that lands beside her.
There’s another indicator of the next part of the scene in just a few minutes and they all get the address. A police dispatch stating that a vehicle has had it’s tire shredded and gone wildly out of control.
She stays behind a bit as she thinks. Before sighing and deciding to fly away. Not really feeling her best today. Although completely unsure as to why. Something’s up, but she can’t figure out what.
She sends a message that she’s bowing out of the rest of the little context and will not be taking part of any more for the rest of the day. There’s a brief moment where she smirks as she confirms that no, it’s not something The Undaunted have done, she’s just not at her best.
She swoops downwards and lands at street level in a few moments.
“Excuse me miss.” Pavel says as he moves around the freshly landed Sonir woman and she outright stares at both him and Silicon as they move towards the next sniping positin. “Something wrong?”
“I bow out of the competition and I stumble on you moving?”
“Life’s funny isn’t it? Sorry, but I have to go.” Pavel says before rushign away with Silicon in tow.

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PS: I really need to figure out what's killing my motivation. My mind keeps wandering and I just can't focus. I don't want to start guzzling caffeine again... but this is getting out of hand.
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2023.06.10 23:26 yourheroserene Pensacola YouFit Closed

I had no clue, cause my work’s been busy and I haven’t been able to go… that’s so sad, man. I wonder when it happened. It was only feasible for me to go cause it was so close to me. North Monroe is a stretch, so I may just be cancelling to go to Seminole Strength.
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2023.06.10 22:56 homeSICKsinner The soul is your theatrical experience of reality

Let's say I want to do business with a Japanese man. But he only speaks japanese and I only speak English. I only have a interpreter that speaks English and Spanish available to me, jack. He only has a interpreter that speaks japanese and french available to him. So we need to find a interpreter that speaks french and Spanish and then we can do businesses together. So all messages outgoing and incoming would flow through these three interpreters. But here's the thing, how do I really know I'm doing business with the japanese man? Jack is the only person I deal with directly. For all I know all messages might be forged by jack. I think I'm doing business with the japanese man but in reality jack might be the only one I'm actually doing business with. And that's a lot like what our relationship with reality is like.
You think you're this flesh and blood body walking the earth. You think you are your brain. But these are just things your reality compels you to believe in. All you really know is what your minds eye tells you. You have no clue if it's telling you the truth. All you can really say is "x is true according to reality" but you don't really know.
I'm sure a lot of you are going to assert that you are your brain and that everything you know is told to you via your senses. Which is just you putting your faith in jack telling you the truth about the existence of the other two enterpreters while neglecting the existence of jack.
Can anyone tell me where in the brain our sensory experience of reality is unified? Can anyone tell me what is projecting this image that exists before me? This image that's constantly before me every waking moment of my life exists somewhere in physical space. It's not in the brain. Just like how the monitor is separate from the computer, the minds eye is separate from the brain and body.
Your minds eye is the bubble that contains everything you are, your entire consciousness. If what your minds eye says is true then it's your minds eye that transmits messages between you and your brain, and from your brain to your body, from your body to objective reality and back again.
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2023.06.10 22:49 Dangime The Hidden Message about Silver Within Sailor Moon

The Hidden Message about Silver Within Sailor Moon
While many of you may be aware that The Wizard of Oz was written as a monetary allegory for the financial politics of America in the 1890s, fewer of you are likely aware that another modern classic piece of media was also created to mirror the cyclical nature of monetary debasement in history from the solid foundation of backing by precious metals. That modern classic is of course the undeniably influential Japanese Animation 美少女戦士セーラームーン, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn, or Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon.
Originally released as a manga that ran from 1991 to 1997, Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon received an anime adaptation by Toei Animation that ran from 1992 to 1997. This was a period of economic turbulence for Japan which had seen a crash in its stock markets after decades of post-war economic growth. As documented in the book Princes of the Yen, Japan had run an economy and banking system detached from any hard money foundation for decades, sustaining such a system with continuous loan growth from the Bank of Japan, and by running a current account surplus through export of high value items such as electronics and automobiles.
However, as the 1990s progressed, demographic factors within Japan as well as competition from cheap labor countries like China contributed to a rapid decline in Japan's stock markets. A red hot real estate market which once saw the grounds of the Japanese Imperial Palace valued higher than the entire state of California collapsed as well and Japan entered into what came to be known as the Lost Decade, although adding an s to the end is now perhaps applicable since the stock and real estate markets have never recovered to the old highs of the late 1980s.The time was perhaps right in Japanese history for arcane knowledge of the monetary system to be delivered to another generation struggling with economic and political corruption.
Enter Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon. Released ostensibly as a shōjo or "girl" anime of the Magical Girl subgenre, Sailor Moon also found popularity amongst boys and young men due to the highly attractive feminine designs of the series main protagonists as well as the combination of action along with character development throughout the series. Sailor Moon found its influence creeping far beyond Japan's borders both in cultural and real terms. Sailor Moon saw an international release and is one of the series that is often cited as having put Japanese Animation into the mainstream of western culture at a time when only a handful of other Japanese titles had found success in the west. As of 2014, Sailor Moon had generated over $13 billion dollars of merchandise sales alone.
Analysis of the monetary interpretation of Sailor Moon can begin with its origins literally titled "The Fall of the Silver Millenium". Queen Serenity is the ruler of the Moon Kingdom and states that her goal is to aid in the evolution of life on Earth. In this setting the moon is depicted as a utopia with flowing springs and elaborate palaces. The source of the Queen's power is the "Silver Crystal'' which can release tremendous power, but takes a toll on the user when doing so. Much like Dorthy's Ruby Slippers which had been changed from the original Silver Slippers in the novel for the movie adaptation of the Wizard of Oz, the addition of "crystal" to "silver" can be viewed as an attempt at obscuration of the deeper meaning to avoid censorship from entrenched interests in governments and central banks.
The Queen's daughter, also named Serenity, falls in love with Prince Endymion from the Earth. However, their romance is short lived as Endymion delivers dire news about the state of affairs on Earth. Queen Beryl has been granted dark power from an entity called Queen Metalia, a shadowy entity that draws its power from the sun and was heralded by the appearance of unusual sun spots. Here is an analysis of the original Japanese names for these characters from Fanblog Tuxedo Unmaksed.com.
"Well, it’s to give it a double meaning. While it still sounds reasonably close to queen (and is treated canonically that way), it also looks similar to クリソ (kuriso; chryso). So actually, Queen Beryl’s name is more strongly connected to chrysoberyl. Just by looking, you can see that this stone much more closely matches the color scheme associated with Queen Beryl (gold), so it’s pretty clear that this is more likely a closer source for her inspiration than normal beryl.
That means that the chryso- connection probably also remains true for Queen Metalia as well, since her name is also written in the same (misspelled) manner. Since there's no substance known as metalia, we can rule out any special connection there other than it simply being a reference to metal, but with the chryso- prefix attached, it modifies the meaning to the metal, gold.
What that ultimately leaves us with is the villain, an evil queen born of hatred from the sun and named in honor of the mineral gold fighting against the Silver Millennium, ruled by the queen of the moon."
​Pictured are the forces of the Dark Kingdom, equipped with golden shields
Gold has historically been associated with the sun, while Silver has been associated with the moon based on their appearance and the particular way each reflects light. Given this event is set in the distant past in the timeline of Sailor Moon, it becomes easier to see what this battle is going to historically. This points to the "Crime of 1873" where silver was demonetized by the United States. After the passage of this 1873 law, silver miners could no longer turn in their silver to be minted into silver coinage. This had a suppressive effect on the price of silver, which lowered in value compared to gold, which still could be directly redeemed for dollars. This effort at silver demonetization was linked to a larger effort by European banks which held bonds (paper debt obligations) and gold. Holders of bonds wanted to ensure deflationary pressures, which would maximize the value of their bonds at the expense of debtors, while the issuance of new silver coinage was inflationary. The net effect of this action was to hurt common people most likely to be in debt. The United States was still recovering from the Civil War, where the issuance of unbacked paper money "Greenbacks" had become commonplace.
"The inability to “cash in” silver bullion had the greatest impact upon miners, farmers and those who had debts to pay. The working class now had no feasible means to do so. Greenbacks could be redeemed for silver, but with the passage of the Specie Payment Resumption Act of 1875, the legal tender limit could not be greater than five dollars. The Act caused silver prices to fall even more than they previously had (due to oversupply), resulting in an increase in gold prices. It also caused the silver mining western part of the country to be at odds with the gold counting eastern part. The country was divided yet again." - United States Mint Website
This is the same fertile ground that the Wizard of Oz pulled its monetary themed inspiration from. However, for Sailor Moon, this is merely the introduction, the backdrop for the story going forward.
Queen Serenity manages to use the power of the Silver Crystal to somewhat mitigate the effects of the invasion of the Moon by the Dark Kingdom. While the Moon Kingdom falls and Queen Serenity dies from the extreme use of the silver crystal, she manages to thwart the invasion and seal the Dark Kingdom's power. At the same time she uses her power to see to it that Serenity, Endymion, and the Sailor Scouts who fell in battle will be reincarnated on Earth during a more peaceful era so they can live out happier lives. This is the real beginning of the story as we are introduced to Usagi (or Serena in English) who is the spitting image of Princess Serenity and is living in modern day Tokyo as an 8th grade middle school student. Somehow the Dark Kingdom has managed to return and is seeking energy in order to restore Queen Metalia to her full power. In order to do this they are attempting to locate the silver crystal, and in the meantime they settle on stealing energy from humans as a substitute.
Luna, a talking cat that had been placed in stasis since the fall of the Moon Kingdom, finds Usagi and warns her of the reemergence of the Dark Kingdom and provides her with a broach that contains the silver crystal. By using the broach and saying the activating words, Usagi is able to transform into Sailor Moon, a magical soldier capable of fighting the forces of the Dark Kingdom. Usagi is given the task of finding the Moon Princess by Luna. At this point it's not made clear that Usagi is indeed the Moon Princess, paralleling how the knowledge of silver and its use as money had been lost in the mind of the modern population. Luna also reveals that there are other Sailor Scouts that must be discovered that will assist her in the battle against the Dark Kingdom. The Sailor Scout's parallels as allies to silver only become more overt as they are introduced.
The first Sailor Scout to be discovered is Sailor Mercury. The substance mercury was also known historically as quicksilver. Sailor Mercury is introduced as Ami Mizuno, a genius student whom Luna immediately gives a portable supercomputer to assist in the hunt for the Dark Kingdom. While Sailor Mercury is a capable fighter, she more often uses misdirection and deception in order to aid the other Sailor Scouts in battle by filling the battlefield with concealing mist or illusions. Ami as Sailor Mercury represents the technology industry as a whole and its massive demand for silver. Silver is an indispensable part of microprocessors and the best conductor of electricity. As a result it finds a number of irreplaceable uses in the tech industry. It is hard to believe it is by chance that Ami and by extension the tech industry is the first ally that appears to pull silver out of its near universal amnesia.
The second Sailor Scout discovered is Rei Hino, Sailor Mars. Mars also makes an easy connection to silver through the Military-Industrial Complex's demand for silver. Mars of course is the Roman God of War, and Sailor Mars is depicted as a feisty, sometimes aggressive teenage girl with psychic powers who is at the same time steeped in traditional Shinto practices at a local shrine. Militaries around the world are more and more dependent on high tech weaponry in the form of smart weapons, high tech fighter planes, drones, and emerging technologies like laser weapons and mass drivers. One common example cited is the estimated 12kg (480oz) of silver that is used in the batteries and electronics of a single Tomahawk cruise missile.
The next Sailor Scout found is Makoto Kino, Sailor Jupiter. Sailor Jupiter's depiction leads her to have two possible connections to being an ally of silver. One is that Jupiter is representative of the large household consumer market. Jupiter is of course the largest planet and most modern economies are dependent on consumer spending. Makoto is depicted as the largest and physically strongest of the Sailor Scouts and of being conscious of this fact, as apparently some Japanese men find this unattractive in women. Makoto counters this by trying to be more stereotypically feminine, being depicted as having the best cooking and homemaking skills amongst the scouts. This is symbolic of household consumption, its outsized role in the economy, and the amount of silver it unconsciously demands through all its purchases. In Japan, the women of the household traditionally control the household budget and in the United States women make or influence roughly 85% of consumer purchases. Another connection to silver comes from the fact that all Sailor Jupiter's attacks are lightning based. Silver as mentioned previously is the best conductor of electricity and large amounts of silver are needed in various power generating and transferring applications, the most commonly cited would be silver as a necessary component in solar panels.
The final Sailor Scout to join the team is Minako Aino, Sailor Venus. Sailor Venus is associated with love along with her namesake the Roman Goddess of Love, Venus. There is a quick association to make here between Venus and jewelry-based demand for silver, the "love" trade. Silver is widely used in jewelry, particularly in lower income countries like India where gold is out of reach for most due to its relatively high cost. Wearable dowries made of silver are traditional in India as well, so much so that price moves in the metal can be seen seasonally during the wedding season in India. There is also something to be said about Venus being the last to come around to the group, and being the only Sailor Scout to be active prior to meeting Sailor Moon. Sailor Venus, known as Sailor V, worked as a crime fighting hero overseas alongside an Interpol agent before joining with the scouts. This makes Minako the only member of the scouts to be attached to any real world political establishment. Minako's goal is also to become an idol, a Japanese combination of actress and singer, which would put her in the media industry that is heavily controlled and influenced by the government. This implies too that the government is always last to accept silver's monetary role, but it eventually comes around and does so.
Now that we've introduced the heroes, let's get down to what the villains are actually doing in Sailor Moon. As previously mentioned, the Dark Kingdom is looking for energy to revive Queen Metalia, and the way it goes about doing this is generally by corrupting some form of commerce. Here's a few examples.
In episode 1, the Dark Kingdom sells cursed jewelry.
In episode 3, a radio station is corrupted and those who engage with the show by sending in love letters are sent cursed flowers.
In episode 4, a fake gym is created to steal human energy.
In episode 5, fake pets are sold that smell of perfume, but corrupt the owner.
Episodes 6 & 7 play on the music and idol industries being subverted.
This trend holds through the first half of the first season, with generally each episode being about corrupting some form of consumer activity in order to steal human energy. Now if you had to try to find a real world comparison for the Dark Kingdom, something that corrupted everyday economic activity and used its influence to steal power from people, what might it be? The obvious answer is banks. The influence of finance is everywhere in the economy and by controlling the terms of interest rates through central banks and the issuing of currency through either money printing or issuance of credit, finance has been accused of "ruining" any number of industries. It's fair to see how the Dark Kingdom is basically a stand in for the banking industry. They hold tons of gold in Central Banks, and no silver, while spreading their corrupting influence through every type of economic activity imaginable.
A slight variation in this theme occurs when a new villain is appointed by the Dark Kingdom and focuses on corrupting celebrities or high performing individuals instead of entire industries. Does any of this sound like real life to you, with celebrities that have no real background in politics or financial matters always having a loud opinion on them?
This continues until the final arc of the series where the reincarnated Prince Endymion (Tuxedo Mask / Chiba Mamoru) is captured and brainwashed using the power of dark energy to serve Queen Beryl. Prince Endymion is effectively representative of all of Earth society, being the only "good" Earthling we know of from the age of the Silver Millenium. Endymion is turned easily enough to fight against the Sailor Scouts, but always stops short of defeating them in battle, even going as far as actively interfering with the plans of other Dark Kingdom generals who are acting against the Sailor Scouts. Repeatedly these generals complain to Queen Beryl about Endymion's interference but each time she ignores as both her and Queen Metalia are obsessed with controlling rather than destroying Endymion. For Beryl, this is depicted as Endymion being a love interest, while everything about Metalia is more abstract, but Endymion is described as "Worthy of receiving dark power." This scenario is clearly representing the banking establishment wishing to control society at large as represented by Endymion. No matter how much "dark energy" (fiat currency, credit generation, money printing) Beryl pushes on Endymion (society) things never go exactly the way she wishes. Eventually the truth is revealed, Endymion regains his memories and goes back to assisting the Sailor Scouts, Likewise with the banking system historically, no matter how much control they seem to have over everything, eventually it breaks down and people return to true buying power in the form of silver.
The series culminates in a final showdown by the combined Sailor Scouts and Endymion against the Dark Kingdom at their base in the North Pole. Sailor Moon manages to defeat Queen Beryl who had become possessed by Queen Metalia, however in the process of using the silver crystal to do so, everyone involved in the battle loses their memories of the past battles and roles as defenders of truth and justice. This speaks to human weakness, or perhaps the cyclical nature of monetary systems and knowledge that is lost on a generational basis. It might not be strange for those of our grandparents or great grandparents generation, having lived through economic crises created by the banking system to understand the importance of silver and sound money in the financial system, only for all it to be forgotten by the next generation who have to learn the hard way again as the corrupting forces of banking and finance reimpose themselves on society. Sailor Moon does contain a strong generational theme with repetitive crises that while not exactly alike, certainly do rhyme, with Queen Serenity giving way to Usagi, and then Chibi-Usa (Mini-Moon).
The scenario that seems to match the above description the most is the crises of the late 1970s in regards to silver, oil, and the monetary system. Despite the US Dollar losing all metal backing and the price of silver hitting an all-time high, the market seemed to learn nothing and life as normal managed to find a way to continue, although not without leaving the future uncertain.
In Part 2 of this series I will investigate Sailor Moon R (Rebirth), the second installment in the Sailor Moon series for its hidden messages regarding the monetary system.
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2023.06.10 22:49 MomOfFive83 AITA for Telling my Mother I Don’t Have Money for my Sister’s fiancé’s Birthday Gift?

I started a new job, so I will have gone about a month without pay before I get my first paycheck. Two of my children had birthdays, two proms, and a high school graduation, so I spent a lot of money on that and made sure I paid my bills. My sister’s fiancé had a birthday, and I am down to my last $40. I didn’t even remember it was his birthday with how busy I have been with birthdays, proms, and graduations, until my mother sent two texts last week telling us it was his birthday. I planned on getting a gift on Thursday, but my former employer did not pay me my bonus I was due to receive before I left employment. Yesterday, I told the fiancé and my dad I would bring him a birthday gift next week when I got paid from my new job due to my low funds. They were okay with this and understanding of my situation.
Well, today, my mother called me and said everyone needed a gift and she called everyone and told them they needed to give him a gift. I told her I had already talked to him and that I did not have the money for gifts until next week. She then commented on the packages I received, implying I had money for that but not a gift. I told her those were for my children’s birthdays and graduation, feeling like I had to justify what I did for my children. To try to avoid more drama from her, I took $25 of my last $40 and bought a gift card. I took it to her house, said hello and bye and left.
Later I got a text about how I’m being dry and my personal problems with my husband have nothing to do with the family and I’m disrespecting her. I was floored, so I called her. I told her my husband had nothing to do with this, and that she shouldn’t have called me lecturing me about a gift when I spoke to my sister’s fiancé and let him know he would receive a gift from me next week. She said she had no clue I talked to him and nobody told her. I told her that I didn’t know I had to go thorough her to let her know about the gift. I told her the reason I’m mad is because she implied I had money for my own purchases but not for him. I then told her my sister’s fiancé is not my child, and my children and bills come first. I said gifts for siblings’ partners are not a necessity when I’m low on money and have bills and children. She told me his gift was a necessity, and accused me of disrespecting her and told me if I didn’t want a relationship with her that was fine.
I was shocked. I never said anything about not having a relationship with her. I told her she was disrespectful to me for all of this. Then she said I didn’t have to speak to her ever again. I then told her she was turning into my grandmother and she hung up on me.
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2023.06.10 22:34 furtive Trip summary: 4 nights in Vegas at MGM Grand

We did 4 nights in Vegas this week, Mon through Friday, staying at the MGM grand.
MGM Grand Hotel: nice hotel, well located not too far down the strip. We had a grand king room and it was clean and well appointed and while not brand new, didn’t look worn down or dated. it was a perfect fit for the budget, and the confidence of having a smoke free room was great. We didn’t eat on site except for a lazy buffet day/pool day. Crowd was all conference and low key from Mon-Wed, not too busy at all, then on Thursday the unwashed masses began to appear, and the nightlife also became much more vibrant.
MGM Buffet: I got a two for one voucher through the myVEGAS Slots app and about 9 days of play. The buffet vouchers always seemed to be sold out but about 48hrs before my departure I managed to get one. Buffet was fine, the food and selection was good, the look was a bit dated. New menu items started showing up around 11am. Probably not worth the price for two full adults, but with the 2 for 1 it was worth it, the wife was very happy and I saved $30+ because of the app.
MGM pool: Lovely, we spent two full days here. All pools and river were open except the Splash pool, which looked okay but was closed the whole time, probably because things weren’t crowded. No problem finding good free seating, much harder to find free seating with shade but we got lucky on the Tuesday and there was decent cloud coverage on the Thursday. All seating on lazy river island was reservation only. Way quieter on a Tue than on a Thu. Didn’t get a floatie, they were $25-30+tax depending on the size, but never felt we needed one. Bag check was low key.
Cheap eats: we did Shake Shack and In n Out burgers and both were great, with Shake Shake winning by the tiniest of margins. Oh, and Evel Pie for a quick slice away from the bustle of Freemont.
Expensive eats: we did Momofuku and enjoyed the menu, best item (hard to believe) was the brussel sprouts and cauliflower.
Cheap activities: We enjoyed the volcano at the Mirage more than the fountain at the Bellagio, maybe because we came in with zero expectation. Too bad it won’t be there for long, glad we saw it. Pinball Hall of Fame was also a great value, we split $20 between the two of us and were there for well over an hour. Conservatory at Bellagio was way too tacky for our tastes.
Other activities: Blue Man Group was great, make sure you buy tickets from the MGM site and not from the BMG/Ticketmaster site, saved about $40/seat that way. Cirque de Soleil O had the most impressive stage set I’ve ever seen, magical really. Omega Mart was fun, we had 11:20am booking but would recommenf you book for 10am and make sure you’re on some drugs first. Vegas Neon Sign museum was good but short and felt a bit like a graveyard, lots of potential but $20/head was a bit high. Freemont was Freemont, but driving from Freemont down the strip at night was great and felt like out of a movie.
Side note: We rented a car on the Wednesday and did Red Rock National Park, Area 15, In-N-Out Burger, Pinball Hall of Fame, Neon Sign Museum and Freemont all in a day, it was totally worth it and added to the Vegas/Desert experience. Our only regret was that we could have spent 4-8 hours hiking at Red Rock but had tight 11:20am reservations for Omega Mart so that part felt rushed (we’re from Canada, seeing cactus and sand in the wild is wild!)
Other tips: don’t buy booze in the hotels/casinos, way cheaper at CVS/Wallgreens, same for food/snacks whenever possible. Uber from airport was $6 cheaper than taxi.
Canadian Tip: ATMs are a scam here. Casinos/hotels charge $9.99 just in ATM fee, it was 1/3 of that at Walgreen/CVS. And that’s not the half of it. Get your cash once and be done with it, and watch out, they will offer to “exchange” your currency during the purchase path, decline because there is a huge markup, let your bank do it instead. For example, I took out $400 USD, ATM offered to do the exchange with total coming out to $607.88 CAD but by declining that and having it use the exchange from my bank I paid $561.24, saving me $47 in scam markup.
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2023.06.10 22:29 Kindly-Function735 Im 15 an trying to start a photography based business but I honestly dont have aClue how please someone help

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2023.06.10 22:02 BourbonBooks Want to work on my wrecked marriage

This is obviously not my primary account. I don't know where to begin. This post might not be the most coherent one you read today. I have so many things in my head. My (F37) husband (M41) had an emotional affair with his best friend's wife in 2019. They had planned to meet (different cities/ 2-hour flight), but I discovered their chats and confronted my husband.
I had suspected something was going on from quite some time, but my husband gaslighted me in the worst way possible and locked me out of his phone (saying I was acting like a lunatic and that is why he is locking his phone.). I honestly started questioning my sanity. A couple months after this episode was my 10th anniversary. A trip was planned with this couple (my husband’s best friend, his wife and us) to celebrate our anniversary. They kept flirting with each other during the entire trip, I cried for over 4 hours a day before my 10th wedding anniversary. He again gaslighted me, made me feel like I have lost my mental capacity to understand right from wrong. His best friend was also delusional and asked me how I could ever think of something like this happening. Fast forward a month and I got chats to prove my point.
At this point, my husband started crying and saying he was not sure how it happened (well, he messaged her after leaving from home and before entering the house, he was very well aware of what was happening!). Then he said I was going to confess anyway and that he is sorry and he will do better and the cheater’s routine. The next day he told HER that I know. I don’t know if it was a coping mechanism, but I acted like I am cool with the whole thing and that I forgive them both. After a couple of days, they decided they will confess to his best friend as well as they felt “guilty”. The couple came to our house, my husband told him everything. He was shocked, cried a little and then said that he will take some time to move on from the issue. I told him it’s okay and we should forgive them.
I and my husband started working on our marriage again, it was a lot hard work, but we did well. By 2020 we decided to become parents through fertility treatments after a lot of discussion. I was a little sceptical because of the financial pressure it would add and the years that we waited to make that decision, but his confidence gave me confidence, both of us love kids and I was cautiously happy about the whole thing. Did the procedure, had a very difficult pregnancy with every complication possible, two beautiful babies at the end of it (they are the best, they are my everything).
Fast forward to 2022. I wanted to make his 40th birthday special, so I asked his best friend to come visit us for a day with family to surprise him (they also did fertility treatment and had a child, same age ours). The best friend ended up telling him about the plan (with my permission) as he was confused about certain things. When they discussed, the one-day plan became a 10-day vacation. He started overplanning for the whole thing and it made me angry. We had a fight 3 days before leaving for the vacation. But I decided not ruin things as it was his 40th, I got a radio show recorded for him as his birthday gift. During the entire trip he spent nights talking to her, engaging in banteflirting, ignoring me completely. Even when I expressed my feelings, he did not change anything.
Then came my breaking point. I could not do it anymore. Had a huge fight with him. We were going to my mom’s place from there for a week, so I was just waiting for the days to get over. I did not speak to anyone on the last day. A lot of other things happened, but it’s late here and I am tired of typing. After another fight, we concluded that he must stop talking to her. Certain other rules were made, like he cannot go to their place, etc. He also told me how she (his AP) was shocked by my behaviour and surprised that I have still not gotten over the whole thing, and that why I did the drama of being okay with everything. Really?!!
I was okay with everything. I was okay because I did not want him to lose his friend. He has only one! I was okay with him having his one and only friend. I was okay if he understood what his boundaries were. I was okay if I was his priority. I wasn’t. He showed me and gaslighted me yet again. Anyway, rules were made, we got back home. I went to my Mom’s for a month as my help had taken personal leave. I told him he can call his friend to spend time with him as his best friend is no more comfortable being around me. So they planned a weekend trip to my place (my husband and his best friend) and had fun. My husband had to come pick me up from my Mom’s place, as there has to be one attendant with each child in the flight. From the airport to my place, his best friend was dropping him home. It was late in the night and the kids were waiting for him, I checked Maps for his location, and it was at his best friend’s place. He was there for less than 5 mins, but I was furious. When he messaged to ask him something, I told him I knew where he went. He told me his best friend had forgotten to get the gifts he got for our kids, so he was barely their for a couple of minutes to pick it up and that he was waiting in the apartment parking lot.
He asked me to come down and I too wanted to talk to his best friend. I went down and that’s when the real fun began. My husband was telling his friend, “See, I told you she keeps a track on my movements.” I obviously have trust issues. When he knew this would bother me, why did he not make a call before going there?
In the fight that ensued, he practically blamed me for the affair. It was gaslighting, but I am going to list his issues with me anyway:
I have changed from who I was in 2006 (I was 20).
I am not innocent anymore.
I look for fights.
I take strong stands (feminism, strong opposition bigotry, etc.).
I read a lot, and all that reading has fucked me up.
I use F-word a lot which I never did back in 2006.
I took a solo trip with a group in 2014 (11 girls 1 boy 1 guide). It was an 18-day trip abroad. I was crying on the 12th day as I was missing my husband dearly on that trip. When I came back I shared all the experiences, word by word. I also told him about this divorced female friend I made who hooked with someone on an app before joining us on the trip. For me all this was very novel, I was naïve young, and had zero exposure. A lot of it was shocking to me, but it opened my mind in ways I would not have ever thought it would, travel made me a better person, it made me more accepting of different tradition, cultures and people. I obviously was seeking to open my mind, so I read, I travelled, it changed me yes, but for the better. In the fight post his 40th birthday, he had called my sister to complain, and he also said I don’t know what she might have done in the Greece trip. And the things she shared were crazy. Basically, saying shit about me and planting a seed of doubt in my sister’s head. Fortunately, I have a great relationship with my siblings, I had told them everything I told him post the trip. So, he did not tell them anything new. But this move just meant he would stoop down to any level, even lie if he must if push comes to shove.
My best friend (who is divorced and has dealt with drug abuse due to the emotional turmoil) is a bad influence and she made me who I am. FFS! This is the same best friend who was his BFF during lockdown, my pregnancy… They shared drinks together, we did treks together, suddenly she is the problem…
I cried a lot post wedding (initial days until I made a friend, as I was isolated by his family, they did not like me much and created several issues for me. I was young, did not know how to deal with such situations, so I ended up crying a lot. FYI, now the same people call me instead of him, they did wrong, but I had a confrontation with them too a couple of years back and heartfelt apologies were made, I moved on and have a great relationship with his family now.).
Affair happen because something is amiss in the relationship (his words). Honestly, the timing of the affair hits me the most. It was probably the best time in our marriage. We were going out, talking, carefree, travelling… And now he says something was amiss!
I was reading a book, and it discussed polygamy. He says because I discussed with him about it in 2015, I indirectly pushed that thought in his head! Yes, he said that!
That a male friend in 2013 was the reason. I had made two friends in this small town in 4 years after moving from a city (leaving my house, my friends, everything for him). One the female best friend, and the other one is they guy he said he had a problem with. Mind you he takes all kinds of business favors from him now, and says now he has no issues with him and it was just a confusion, and because I considerably reduced my interaction with him, it did not bother him. (Friendship with guy friend died organically after we moved to a new city, so he was anyway a non-issue, and for me my marriage was a priority. Now we basically call him only when we need something. Pathetic).
It was everything I did basically (right from 2006 to 2023).
His best friend also thinks I have trust issues and that I should work on it and that he can guarantee that his wife won't do it again as she is super-absorbed with their child! I don't know if this guy even listens to himself while talking! He is an idiot. I don't blame him. He always prioritised my husband over his wife. So, I get it. For him his friendship is way more important that his relationship with his wife.
He also blamed me for being suspicious all the time post 2019. He shared with his best friend the bitching/gossiping we might have done as a couple about them, about other things, in our shared sacred space. This shocked me the most. How much ever I try I am not able to get over THIS. Nothing is between us anymore, should I also start going out, telling on him, things he might have told me in anger, just frustration about others!
There’s a lot more that has hurt me, like the knowledge about his happy ending sessions which he shared with me only because I once told him I am very open-minded, and that he should share everything with me, we should be friends - my mistake again he says, why did I portray myself as an open-minded individual when in fact I was traditional in my thought process. This I had gotten over and I told him it should not happen again. His best friend also got a lap dance with a topless dancer in London, and I told me about it, fuck the open-minded image. Anyway, I am digressing.
I am tired of writing and complaining.
We are back home. And he is asking me what he can do to make things better, and that he is really sorry. I said in a marriage both partners are supposed protect each other, you could not do it in 2009 (with his family, I gave him the benefit of doubt, that he was also too young to navigate those situations); he did not do it now, he literally threw me under the bus to get his best friend’s sympathy. How will I ever be able to trust this man? Leaving would mean a lot of upheaval and me going to work and staying away from my beautiful babies. I am crying now. He also said in the fight that I should not have had babies with him when I had trust issues. How could he say that! How could he twist everything so badly!
I am trying very hard to focus on my children, I spend the entire day with them. Days are easy and fun. But when the are asleep, I am forced to confront these thoughts, like right now.
He is trying his best to keep me happy, but I need help to understand how someone gets over something like this?!
So, the Greece thing, and personal gossip sharing! These two points I can’t over. I tried and tried and tried. Please help.
I am not sure what I am seeking, advice may be? Can this work? I want it to work only for my kids. Will I ever be able to love him the way I did.
I am looking for a therapist currently who does not charge a bomb.
Edited to add: We are not sharing locations on Maps anymore after that fight!
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2023.06.10 21:57 way26e I Have Been Busy Trying to Help Keep Up With What's Happening With the Grusch Disclosures. Meantime, Glances at The Vegas Story Stuff Make It Seem Like a Circus Sideshow. Please Clue Me In. Is There Anything to Vegas? Or, Are Ya'll Just Having Fun Spoofing Each Other and All The New Subscribers?

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2023.06.10 21:53 SAMMMYBOI19 Solo flight at another airport

Hi guys so i got a question for the CFI’s, a friend asked me this a couple days ago and i figured i would ask you guys.
scenario: you gave a student solo flight training (61.87D) and on the day of the solo flight the airport is really busy and you decide that it may be to much for the student to handle if he/she goes solo so you decide to fly the student to another nearby airport so he/she can do their solo flight and then you fly back with them.
Can you or cant you do this ,if so how , and would you need to give the student the solo cross country endorsement (61.93)
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2023.06.10 21:45 HareWarriorInTheDark Trip Report - 12 days in Tokyo, Disneysea, Hakone, Kyoto, Nara, Osaka. Early 30s couple, late risers!

This sub helped me out a lot so thought I'd share my experience in Japan. Hope I can bring a bit of a different perspective because unlike most of the people that seem to post here, we are definitively not early risers and rarely left the hotel before 1pm every day. Still had a great time and crowds were only an issue in a few places.
We're an early 30s Asian-American couple traveling from Germany, so we're coming at this from a bit of an in-between of Western and Eastern perspective. I have been to Japan when I was 15 with family, but remember basically nothing. It was my wife's first time. We had an absolutely wonderful time and both thought it was the best vacation we've had in years.
The trip was pretty last minute (for my standards at least). I started planning the trip from scratch (no flights, hotels or anything booked) in early April and our trip was May 18-30. We spent 5 days in Tokyo including DisneySea, 2 nights in Hakone, 3 nights in Kyoto including day trip to Nara, and 1 night in Osaka. We flew in to Tokyo Narita and flew out of Osaka Itami. We decided to fly from Osaka to Tokyo instead of bullet train back to Tokyo so we didn't have to buy JR rail pass and worry about luggage.
Random Tips
Luggage Forwarding * I thought it was kind of expensive, but it does make things easier.- ○ Tokyo -> Hakone: 2310 yen- ○ Hakone to Kyoto: 2630 yen- ○ Kyoto -> Osaka: 1940 yen. * I feel like for that price you could take a taxi to and from your hotels to the train station and it wouldn't be much more work. There was plenty of space on the Shinkansen to put smaller checked luggage overhead. Then you don't have to prepack things the day before. * For the first leg Tokyo -> Hakone, we shipped two checked luggage which was about ~32 euros. After that we only shipped one, not two. * The middle ground we found was to designate one suitcase as souvenirs and dirty laundry and forwarded it every time. We would then travel with two carry-ons and one checked luggage. YMMV depending on your number of luggage and ease of carrying them.
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2023.06.10 21:30 furamura_ Is it worth to do an MBA not in the best 10 school?

I'm looking at European MBAs and been thinking of Oxford and Cambridge for name value. However it's pricey as fuck and I would need to take on some loans to do it. Would you still do if you could or you would choose a cheaper school? Maybe not best 10 but best 30?
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2023.06.10 21:25 Significant_Neat2581 Data analyst career prep

Hello. I recently graduated from a college with a Business Analytics program and will go to New York University for a master's program. My major at grad school is like tech management; one of their concentrations is data analytics.
I want to be a data analyst and have no clear clue how to prepare for the job. I'm an international student in New York and I'm thinking of doing an internship in my second year of the grad program.
I want to do something in my first year other than doing an internship but I have no idea what I should do for my future career.
I have SQL, Excel, Python, and other data analytics tools experience and completed two research and two internships throughout my undergraduate years.
Thank you and I'm looking forward to hearing your wise advice!
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2023.06.10 21:25 Smoking-Bandit Hunter x Hunter: Ratings & Thoughts (51 - 60 + Phantom Rouge)

First time watcher, no spoilers beyond the final episode listed, please. And preferably no "hints" of what's to come either. I'm aware seeing the movie where I did is controversial, but please also refrain from telling me whatever it is the movie supposedly "spoiled" for me by seeing it in this order. I have heard they do that, but as of now, I am still unaware of what that would be. Let's keep it that way :)

51. A × Brutal × Battlefield - 4/5 (Basho and Melody is such a funny pairing due to how drastically different they both are, looks AND personality wise. And their discreet outfits make it even funnier. Anyway, Neon's fortune telling ability finally plays a role in the story. Only the ability though, not her as a character. She's just an annoying ditz who's selfishness causes problems for others. In this case, she straight up aided Chrollo with a fortune that'll likely ensure the Phantom Troupe a more successful attack. Speaking of; THAT'S Chrollo? He looks drastically different from before! His face looks way more round. But it probably isn't, and it's only the let down hair that's fooling me.
Oh my lord, seeing the assasin who's been half-eaten by Nen fish was absolutely cursed. But it's supposedly completely painless, which is a bit of a relief, because that actually makes it less cursed. He passes immediately as the fish disappear, so, pretty much instant. That's more merciful than I'd expect of Chrollo. I definitely enjoyed the atmospheric ending where there's no sound effects but only dramatic music during the Phantom Troupe's attack. It struck even harder that "shit's going down" when the music kept playing even during the end credits. Hunterpedia kinda ruined the mood, though...)

52. Assault × And × Impact - 4/5 (I find it kind of endearing how much Light Nostrade has begun to trust Kurapika. He's straight up begging him to stay, not demanding. A much nicer employer than I was lead to believe at first. It's hard to decipher how Kurapika feels, because he acts like it's all business, but I'd wager he's growing a closer connection to the Nostrade family than he realizes. Partially because I'm not sure why Light and Neon would even get so much screentime if that weren't so. Though he was obviously not very happy that Light forced him back just as he was about to face Chrollo. No issue though, since Zeno and Silva is on that case. That was definitely an intense fight, and it shows how powerful the Zoldyck's really are, if even the leader of the Phantom Troupe, the group who has been talked about as all-powerful, is surviving the fight by a hair.
Side note: That's one Albert Einstein-looking ass doctor. I always get suspicious when characters look distinct as opposed to generic, because it naturally makes you assume they'll actually be important, otherwise why would they look unique? That said, this is probably not one of those cases, and he just happened to be a distinct looking background character. Also, I find it amusing that Hisoka isn't even taking part of the attack. He's just looking)

53. Fake × And × Psyche - 4/5 (Illumi's not just ruining things for his brother, but his father and grandpa as well, I see. That was a bit of an anticlimactic end to the fight. It feels a bit weird to see Chrollo so talkative and casual in tone. From the little I've of him, he came off much as more of a calculative man of few words, not someone who would ask smug questions or fall down and groan after a fight. Would sooner expect him to act like it was barely a scratch. The heist plan itself is pretty calculated though. But on the other hand, I also don't get why they bother hosting the entire auction only to pond off fake items, given Chrollo is able to use Owl's shrinking cloth ability. They can just steal the stuff and leave.
Wow, the latter half of this episode sure was depressing (barring Leorio and Zepile getting drunk). Seeing Kurapika defeatedly bid on the Kurta eyes and all that. To be fair, he could have just NOT called Light and mentioned that the auction was active, but I digress. I suppose he'd rather Light owns them than someone else. I'm glad that I finally got to experience the full context of the "Kurapika is now drowning in an indescribable emptiness" meme at last. Also, was Hisoka really trying to call Kurapika while he's within hearing vicinity of the entire Phantom Troupe? I guess it's a GOOD thing Kurapika couldn't pick up)

54. Fortunes × Aren't × Right? - 4/5 (Wow, the animation of Gon and Killua playing around and having an eating contest was oddly expressive. That bit of Kurapika laughing, too. Wholesome moment. Anyway, this episode is mostly just the Phantom Troupe bickering in their hideout, which is entertaining in and of itself, because they thought they were such bigshots, and now they're fretting about ONE guy. There's some infodumping about Meteor City, which is like, a literal giant garbage dump? That people live in? Not much of a "city" if you ask me, though they do say the population is quite large, so there's gotta be housing around there, surely. But all we see of it in this episode is just miles of trash.
Hisoka being discovered as a traitor is an interesting note to leave on, I guess. I liked the little emoticon of himself he texted to Kurapika. ⭐-_-💧)

55. Allies × And × Lies - 3/5 (Hisoka pretending that the Chain User has set a condition on him to avoid suspicion was incredibly clever. It's just amusing to see him play both sides. Much like the previous episode, this is mostly the characters sitting around and strategizing, but this time it's the protagonists. I'm a little confused why Gon asked Kurapika to put a Nen condition on him. Did he want the condition to be that it'll kill him if he squeals, or one that'll kill him if he doesn't do the mission? It's probably the former, but I guessed the latter initially because he seemed unsure about the mission, so he could have wanted a condition that would end him if he didn't do his part, essentially giving him no choice. Also, it's funny that he's doubting that he'll be able to distract the Troupe for one mere second. ONE. A valid concern given how perceptive they are, it's just crazy that even a seconds distraction is a tough task.
That aside, I adored the wholesome moment when Kurapika shows appreciation for his friends and admits that he would never use his Nen dagger on them. Instead, he's just emotionally manipulating them. LOL. Side note: When Neon and her bodyguards were leaving, did Squala and Eliza use telepathy to speak to each other? What the heck was that?)

56. Beloved × And × Beleaguered - 5/5 (LOL at Basho falling in the opening. Anyway, my goodness, this episode is beautiful. The dark sky, the rain, the shiny and dimly lit streets etc. Even the water droplets on glass windows look so good that you have to appreciate them. It all makes it so atmospheric. And it sure helps that the episode itself is very thrilling. I loved that Kurapika called Melody in to help the mission, I really enjoy her. She and Killua stalking the Phantom Troupe together was exciting. I find it amusing that the Phantom Troupe, the most notorious deadly gang of thieves in the world with insane Nen abilities, are casually using public transport.
Kurapika, Gon and Killua tailing the troupe was even more exciting. The chase got so intense and I loved how casually and abruptly it ended with Gon revealing himself to save Kurapika's skin. Pretty convenient that Killua just arrived in the same alley as Kurapika so that he could exit and make them none the wiser that there was a third person there, though. But I liked that too. I thought they were going to lie and say that they were following them because they changed their mind about joining. That would have probably been more clever than pretending to be unaware that the bounty was off.
I can see now why Squala got that scene saying goodbye to his girlfriend in the last episode, and the one here about looking for a new job. It was all to take him away at the end anyway! Dammit! Anyway, while I feel pretty bad for him, I kept thinking more about those poor dogs. I'm glad the Troupe didn't hurt them, and that Squala just let them walk away during the confrontation, but what's gonna happen to them now? Are they going to live as strays in the streets of Yorknew City? That's so sad. Anyway, Kurapika's outfit in this episode is epic)

57. Initiative × And × Law - 4/5 (Why did they play Just Awake on the radio in the beginning of this? Pretty distracting. Regardless, Leorio giving coded clues under the guise of an angry businessman was very clever. I loved everything about this plan. It's so amusing to watch the Phantom Troupe frantically keep on their toes out of fear. It's always satisfying watching characters with such huge egos get humbled. And boy do they get humbled here. Kurapika bosses them around like crazy through the phone, and it's funny how powerless they are to do anything about it. I especially loled when they put Killua on the phone, he started squealing about them planning to disobey, and they immediately yank it away from it.
Nobunaga being happy to see Gon and Killua and still wanting to recruit them was pretty... Nice? Like, he genuinely seemed glad. This is why I think lying about wanting to join them would have been a pretty good angle to take, but I digress. Kurapika mocking Chrollo for being "fooled" by his female disguise is pretty funny given, you know... He still looks and sounds like a woman regardless of the wig)

58. Signal × To × Retreat - 4/5 (That was honestly a pretty anticlimactic end to the arc. Though it's obviously not the end to the Phantom Troupe's story, just the Yorknew arc, so it makes sense that it doesn't feel like a satisfying finale. There's clearly gonna be more. It felt like there was a message here that implies Kurapika's revenge spree is wrong. It's not stated too blunty, but Gon and Killua say that they don't want him to pursue revenge like this, and the fact that the Phantom Troupe were repeatedly more humanized and shown to be like a family who actually care about each other makes me assume that something like that was the intention, and I honestly couldn't agree less. It doesn't matter if Nobunaga is sad about Uvo or Pakunoda cares about Chrollo, these are all still dangerous murders who deserve to be locked up. But since that's impossible given their abilities, I don't think Kurapika would be wrong to exterimate them.
It's pretty funny that I praised Kurapika for not being like a typical hero protagonist with an "I don't kill" rule, but then he goes on to still abide by a classic "honor code" where he'll actually stick to his words, even though he's dealing with, again, dangerous murderers who will continue to murder once released. Though it's still satisfying enough that he managed to kill two of them (even if the latter wasn't direct) and prevented Chrollo from being able to use Nen or see the Troupe again. And I had a huge laugh at Hisoka's baffled reaction to hearing Chrollo's news)

Movie. Hunter x Hunter: Phantom Rouge - 5/5 (That was a suspenseful and atmospheric opening sequence. Illumi was genuinely terrifying when he rushed towards those innocent children. I was thankful when Killua woke up because that meant it was all a dream. But then I realized it was probably a real memory, so, yeah... Very unnerving to say the least. Arguably more unnerving was the flight attendant's face when she got mad at Gon and Killua... That was ghastly. Though I can't say I blame her; Their "argument" was literally about NOTHING.
Kurapika's backstory wasn't as much of a "backstory" as I was expecting, only one day he spent with his friend Pairo. But I don't mind, since it was a nice sequence. I always like to see smug bastards like the ones who harassed Pairo get their ass kicked. It kind of negates the satisfaction when it's revealed that the Elder hired them to do it as a "test" though, but it's amusing enough that Pairo cheated by swapping the eye drop vile, so the Elder was none the wiser that they revealed their eyes publicly. It's pretty zany how having red eyes is something that makes people consider you a "freak" and worthy of literal public ridecule in the middle of the street, though. Like, we know contact lenses exist in this show, since Kurapika has used them. Why wouldn't red contact lenses exist? Also, maybe if Kurapika didn't have massive anime eyes, his red eyes would probably largely go unnoticed. LOL.
Wow, that was just the opening? That took a whole episode worth of time! But it was great stuff. And once the story actually began, I was impressed by how consistently engaging it was, never boring for a moment. I was very into in Killua's arc throughout the film. The show has dealt with his trauma from Illumi's grooming previously, like when he faced Illumi in the Hunter Exam, or when Nobunaga had him and Gon trapped in a room. But it never felt as genuine as it did here. First, his severe jealousy over the fact that Gon made a new friend was interesting. I liked that inner conflict. Second, his genuine fear during the fight against the Uvo and then Illumi puppet felt incredibly genuine and powerful. I don't know what other words to describe it with. Every scene that focuses on this arc was fantastic. Especially when he was running away from the Illumi puppet, only to see Gon dramatically thrown through the window. I actually found it quite emotional when Gon sacrifices himself and gets his eyes stolen from him, and Killua just runs away becuase he doesn't deserve such a friend according to himself. I actually got a little teary eyed at that train scene.
As for the villain of the film, Omokage, I actually found him quite interesting, and his puppet Nen ability was cool. The subtle hints that Retz was somehow connected to him kept me even more interested. I mean, it was pretty obvious, what with her being introduced as a street puppeteer (Although I hate that CG puppet. Ugly), and then finding out that the thief of Kurapika's eyes also makes puppets. Suspicious much? The mystery of it all was very interesting, basically. And the final reveal that Retz is actually just a puppet made of his dead sister was fricking horrifying. The movie definitely raises some unintentional questions about what it really means to be a "puppet" with this abiliy. The puppets are such genuine replicas that they actually have the memories and feelings of the person they're replicating. So technically, aren't they just a copy of the person they're replicating? Although what's depressing is the fact that they are just that; A copy. Even if the Retz puppet has the same memories as Retz, the actual Retz is still, unfortunately, very much not alive.
The heft and oomph of the battles were incredible. It felt much more rough than usual. Specifically in the fight against puppet Illumi when he flung Gon into a wall, as well as the aforementioned "Gon tossed out window" moment. There's even oomph to his teleporting (or just running so fast he's briefly invisible I guess?). Even though it's not the real Illumi, you can really feel how powerful he is. And creepy, what with how he begins by just saying "Ki ki ki ki ki", and moves like a stiff doll.
The same praise goes to the final battle as well. It was kind of all over the place with characters, but I found it cool that Gon and Kurapika fought while blind. And it was pretty epic that, although brief, even Leorio joined in on the fighting. Specifically when he defended Kurapika against puppet Pairo. He tried rushing Omokage, but failed pretty hard. But it was still a badass effort, so I salute it. And I found it pretty amusing how smugly Omokage rejects Kurapika trying to force a Nen condition on him. Chrollo and Pakunoda agreed pretty easily previously, but this guy absolutely refuses with a big fat "NO". LOL. Hisoka (oh yeah, he randomly showed up in the end) fighting the Chrollo puppet was pretty fun to see, given how much he's wanted fight Chrollo. Not the real one, but the best he'll get at the moment, I suppose. The real Phantom Troupe showing up at the end was definitely a "lolwhat?" moment, but nevertheless I thought it was cool, and an interesting way to end. Overall, I do not understand why people hate this movie. This was great. Side note: That tailor from the clothes shop was weird)

59. Bid × And × Haste - 3/5 (I'm gonna be blunt, the new visuals for the intro are NOT that good. There's barely any action going on in it, mostly just shots of characters standing still. Mostly. It's not completely devoid of action, but it certainly can't beat seeing Kurapika fighting, Leorio running, getting yanked by Gon's fishing rod and then Killua casually kicking some butt. Or the Phantom Troupe showcase.
So, what exactly is Gon's plan if he actually gets accepted to clear Greed Island for Battera? The reason he wants to play the game is to find Ging's clue, which he specifically left in a save file. Gon would need to continue the game on that save file, otherwise there's not gonna be a clue in the game. Duh. Anyway, not a lot else happened in this episode, but it was amusing enough to see Gon and Killua train their special abilities. Or rather, Gon's ears repeatedly steam as he's trying to come up with an ability, lol. Killua trying to master electricity kind of fits him, given he has white, spiky hair, and electric bolts/shocks is often depicted as white and spiky)

60. End × And × Beginning - 3/5 (Goodbye Kurapika and Leorio. Melody complimenting Leorio's heartbeat was very wholesome. Anyway, with the two best of the four main characters once again gone, I'm expecting another quality dip. Not that it'll be garbage or anything. This was a semi interesting start to Greed Island, I guess. The screening being so selective does make me more curious of how intense this game can really be. The guy Gon and Killua met there though, Puhat, looks like a fricking muppet. Freaky. I thought the tutorial room looked pretty cool, and I found it amusing that Ging didn't leave a clue whatsoever, he just tricked Gon into playing the game. Also, Zepile planning to enter the Hunter Exam was very interesting. I assume Killua will likely give it a second go later, so I wonder if we'll see them meet each other there.
So, uh, what exactly was the point of Milluki in the Greed Island auction arc? In 5 short scenes spread out between 23 episodes, he is seen researching Greed Island, going to the auction, bidding and failing, and finally in this epic climax... Going back home in defeat. Arguably the greatest arc in the entire series so far. /s)
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2023.06.10 20:59 MC_Hell315 AITA for taking a bite out of the mayor's door to protest his corruption?

AITA for taking a bite out of the mayor's door to protest his corruption?
Okay, buckle up, folks, because this is a wild one. So, in my small village, I'm an old man named Harold. I'm a gentle giant, but because of my intimidating appearance, the townspeople have always kept their distance. Anyway, our village had a major problem—the mayor was corrupt and failed to deliver on his promises to improve the community. The roads were crumbling, the schools were falling apart, and the whole town was suffering.
I had had enough of this nonsense. One day, fueled by frustration, I marched right up to the mayor's house and, get this, took a massive bite out of the front door. Solid oak door, mind you. The townspeople were shocked, to say the least. They had never seen anything like it. And, of course, the mayor freaked out and called the police.
When the police arrived, they tried to apprehend me, but I just nonchalantly took another bite out of the door. Talk about a power move. The mayor and the police had no clue how to handle this bizarre situation. Mrs. Jenkins, my friend, asked me what the heck I was doing, and I explained that I was making a statement. According to me, the mayor had made empty promises, and I wanted to show the townspeople that it was time for a change.
Believe it or not, word got out about my unconventional protest, and the townspeople started rallying behind me. They marched to the mayor's house, demanding accountability for his actions. And you know what? They succeeded! The mayor was forced to step down, and a new, more dedicated leader took his place.
The new mayor wasted no time in getting things back on track. They repaired the roads, fixed up the schools, and even brought new businesses to the area. The town was buzzing with newfound life. As for me, I went back to my quiet life, satisfied that I had fought for what was right and brought about real change.
Here's where I might be the AH. Some people think my actions were extreme and unnecessary. They argue that there are more civilized ways to protest, and I should have gone about it differently. But honestly, can you blame me for wanting to shake things up in the face of such corruption? I just couldn't stand by while the town crumbled. So, Reddit, AITA for taking a bite out of the mayor's door to make a point?
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2023.06.10 20:51 Thisconnected Need advice on best case scenario. Confident can score high but how high do I need to go. Is it even worth it now.

GEM State govt. engineering College. But took 5 years. Graduated winter of 22 instead of 21. I got a backlog in final year n because of rasons ( politicians, corrupt management and University change 🗿) they were held a year after.
10- 10 cgpa/95 12 -78.4 Grad- 66
I'm good at standardised aptitude like CAT n with prep can score high. But how high do I need for the best schools. Are ABCLK already out of the picture.
Should I just stick to my plans of looking for offcampus roles that interest me(operations, business analyst, consulting etc). Find something, build work ex( more points) n also my profile. In fact I sometimes feel that after work ex some exit options that open up themselves are pretty great fits for me and also open up applying to European Bschools(which I'm very interested in)
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2023.06.10 20:45 Jscott1986 Inspired by the recent post from u/HawkeyeTen (and comment by u/ProblemGamer18), here are 484 reasons Eisenhower was a good President (according to ChatGPT, obviously)

Link to the comment/post in question.
  1. Successful military career as a five-star general during World War II.
  2. Skillful leadership in planning and executing the D-Day invasion.
  3. Played a crucial role in defeating Nazi Germany and liberating Europe.
  4. Fostered strong international alliances during his military service.
  5. Demonstrated a commitment to public service throughout his life.
  6. Championed civil rights and desegregation.
  7. Created the Civil Rights Commission to investigate civil rights violations.
  8. Appointed Earl Warren as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, leading to landmark civil rights decisions.
  9. Signed the Civil Rights Acts of 1957 and 1960, the first civil rights laws since Reconstruction.
  10. Established the President's Committee on Government Contracts to combat racial discrimination in federal contracting.
  11. Advocated for the desegregation of schools and supported the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision.
  12. Sent federal troops to enforce desegregation in Little Rock, Arkansas.
  13. Supported the Montgomery Bus Boycott and Martin Luther King Jr.'s efforts for racial equality.
  14. Promoted economic stability and growth during his presidency.
  15. Presided over a period of sustained economic expansion known as the "Eisenhower Era."
  16. Instituted policies that aimed to balance the federal budget.
  17. Oversaw the creation of the Interstate Highway System, promoting economic development and national defense.
  18. Established the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (now the Department of Health and Human Services).
  19. Expanded social security benefits.
  20. Increased the minimum wage.
  21. Strengthened labor unions by signing the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act.
  22. Nominated competent and skilled individuals to key positions in his administration.
  23. Fostered a cooperative working relationship with Congress.
  24. Supported the establishment of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
  25. Authorized the creation of the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), which later developed into DARPA.
  26. Presided over the end of the Korean War, securing an armistice and maintaining peace in the region.
  27. Promoted a policy of "massive retaliation" as a deterrent to potential Soviet aggression.
  28. Successfully managed the Cold War tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union.
  29. Negotiated an end to the Suez Crisis, ensuring stability in the Middle East.
  30. Championed the "Atoms for Peace" initiative, advocating for the peaceful use of nuclear energy.
  31. Created the People-to-People program to promote cultural exchange and understanding.
  32. Maintained a balanced approach to foreign policy, avoiding unnecessary conflicts.
  33. Fostered strong relationships with NATO allies, strengthening collective defense.
  34. Skillfully managed the 1956 Hungarian Revolution crisis, balancing humanitarian concerns with geopolitical realities.
  35. Developed a close working relationship with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
  36. Fostered improved relations with Latin American countries.
  37. Supported the Pan-American Highway project, enhancing economic and cultural ties with the region.
  38. Implemented policies to stabilize the Middle East and prevent Soviet influence.
  39. Developed the Eisenhower Doctrine, providing military assistance to countries threatened by communism in the Middle East.
  40. Initiated the Open Skies proposal, promoting transparency and reducing the risk of surprise nuclear attacks.
  41. Maintained a cautious and measured approach during the tense period of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
  42. Skillfully managed the U-2 spy plane incident, preventing a major escalation with the Soviet Union.
  43. Established the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to provide foreign assistance.
  44. Signed the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, which led to the construction of a vast network of highways and improved transportation infrastructure.
  45. Created the St. Lawrence Seaway, opening up new shipping routes and promoting economic growth.
  46. Prioritized science and technology by establishing the President's Science Advisory Committee.
  47. Supported research and development in various fields, including medicine, agriculture, and space exploration.
  48. Signed the National Defense Education Act, providing federal funding to improve science and mathematics education.
  49. Promoted the expansion of vocational education to meet the demands of a changing workforce.
  50. Supported the development of nuclear power as a clean energy source.
  51. Balanced the federal budget for three out of his eight years in office.
  52. Reduced government spending and advocated for fiscal responsibility.
  53. Presided over a period of low inflation and steady economic growth.
  54. Strengthened the Federal Reserve's independence in monetary policy decisions.
  55. Championed free trade and supported the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
  56. Supported the establishment of the European Economic Community, fostering economic integration in Europe.
  57. Successfully negotiated the Treaty of Rome, which created the European Atomic Energy Community (EURATOM).
  58. Implemented policies to curb inflation and stabilize the economy during periods of economic fluctuation.
  59. Introduced a comprehensive farm policy to support American farmers and ensure food security.
  60. Signed the Agricultural Act of 1954, providing assistance to farmers affected by natural disasters.
  61. Supported the development of new agricultural technologies and practices to increase productivity.
  62. Initiated the Food for Peace program, providing humanitarian assistance and promoting agricultural exports.
  63. Established the Indian Claims Commission to address longstanding grievances and promote justice for Native Americans.
  64. Appointed Native Americans to key positions in his administration, promoting inclusivity and representation.
  65. Strengthened the protection of national parks and public lands.
  66. Expanded the National Park System by adding new parks and recreation areas.
  67. Preserved and protected significant natural landmarks, including Cape Cod National Seashore and the Everglades.
  68. Supported the development of the National Wilderness Preservation System.
  69. Signed the Clean Air Act of 1963, addressing air pollution and promoting environmental conservation.
  70. Created the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to protect critical wildlife habitats.
  71. Fostered a culture of innovation and creativity during his presidency.
  72. Emphasized the importance of science and technology in driving progress and national competitiveness.
  73. Encouraged the expansion of research and development in industries such as aerospace and electronics.
  74. Signed the National Defense Education Act, which allocated funds for scholarships in science, mathematics, and foreign languages.
  75. Supported the establishment of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and its space exploration endeavors.
  76. Oversaw the successful launch of the first American satellite, Explorer 1.
  77. Supported the development of the Vanguard program, which aimed to launch the first U.S. satellite.
  78. Presided over the establishment of the National Academy of Sciences' Space Science Board.
  79. Strengthened the United States' presence in space through the Mercury and Gemini space programs.
  80. Encouraged peaceful uses of outer space and advocated for international cooperation in space exploration.
  81. Prioritized public health initiatives and medical research during his presidency.
  82. Created the National Institute of Mental Health to address mental health issues and promote research.
  83. Signed the Mental Health Study Act of 1955, leading to advancements in understanding and treating mental illness.
  84. Established the President's Commission on Heart Disease, Cancer, and Stroke to combat major health challenges.
  85. Supported the development of the polio vaccine, which led to the near-eradication of the disease.
  86. Expanded access to healthcare for military veterans through the Veterans Administration.
  87. Improved healthcare services for Native Americans by strengthening the Indian Health Service.
  88. Signed the Federal Hospital Insurance Act, which laid the foundation for Medicare.
  89. Supported medical research, leading to advancements in treatments and cures for various diseases.
  90. Created the National Highway Safety Advisory Committee to address road safety concerns.
  91. Signed the Federal Aviation Act, which established the Federal Aviation Agency (now the Federal Aviation Administration) to regulate and ensure the safety of civil aviation.
  92. Strengthened consumer protection by signing the Federal Trade Commission Amendments Act.
  93. Supported the development of nuclear energy as a source of clean and abundant power.
  94. Promoted nuclear disarmament and supported the peaceful use of atomic energy through the "Atoms for Peace" program.
  95. Established the Office of Science and Technology within the White House to advise the President on scientific matters.
  96. Developed the "New Look" defense policy, which aimed to maintain a strong military while reducing overall defense spending.
  97. Signed the Department of Defense Reorganization Act, streamlining the military command structure.
  98. Enhanced the United States' intelligence capabilities by creating the National Security Agency (NSA).
  99. Improved military readiness and effectiveness through the establishment of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  100. Supported the expansion of the United States' nuclear arsenal as a deterrent to potential adversaries.
  101. Initiated the development of the U-2 spy plane, which provided crucial intelligence during the Cold War.
  102. Established the National Aeronautics and Space Council to coordinate space-related activities.
  103. Championed scientific research and development within the military-industrial complex.
  104. Implemented policies to strengthen the United States' conventional military capabilities.
  105. Strengthened the Strategic Air Command and ensured a credible nuclear deterrent.
  106. Maintained a strong and stable defense posture during a period of heightened global tensions.
  107. Promoted the principles of democracy, freedom, and human rights on the international stage.
  108. Supported the establishment of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty to counter Soviet propaganda.
  109. Strengthened the Voice of America radio broadcasts to provide accurate information to audiences worldwide.
  110. Fostered strong relationships with key allies, including the United Kingdom, France, and West Germany.
  111. Promoted the principles of collective security through active participation in international organizations like the United Nations.
  112. Supported the establishment of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) to counter communist aggression in the region.
  113. Provided economic and military aid to countries threatened by communism, including South Korea and Taiwan.
  114. Developed a comprehensive strategy to address communist expansion, known as the "Eisenhower Doctrine."
  115. Supported the overthrow of Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh, securing Western interests in the region.
  116. Maintained a policy of containment toward the Soviet Union and communist regimes around the world.
  117. Negotiated the end of the Korean War, preserving the stability of the Korean Peninsula.
  118. Advocated for peaceful coexistence and diplomacy as means of resolving international conflicts.
  119. Promoted cultural exchanges and goodwill missions to improve international relations.
  120. Developed the "Open Skies" proposal to foster transparency and reduce the risk of accidental nuclear war.
  121. Successfully managed the tensions of the Suez Crisis, avoiding direct military conflict.
  122. Oversaw the peaceful transition of power to his successor, John F. Kennedy, ensuring stability and continuity in government.
  123. Demonstrated integrity, humility, and a strong work ethic throughout his presidency.
  124. Upheld the principles of democracy and the rule of law.
  125. Fostered a sense of national unity and pride during his tenure.
  126. Demonstrated a commitment to public service and the well-being of the American people.
  127. Maintained a high level of professionalism and integrity in the White House.
  128. Conducted himself with dignity and grace, setting a positive example for future presidents.
  129. Promoted transparency in government operations and decision-making.
  130. Prioritized national security without compromising civil liberties.
  131. Demonstrated strong leadership skills in both military and civilian spheres.
  132. Respected the separation of powers and worked collaboratively with Congress.
  133. Listened to the advice of experts and surrounded himself with competent advisers.
  134. Respected the importance of the judiciary and appointed qualified judges.
  135. Displayed a calm and composed demeanor during times of crisis.
  136. Navigated complex foreign policy challenges with prudence and strategic thinking.
  137. Actively sought diplomatic solutions to international conflicts.
  138. Avoided unnecessary military interventions.
  139. Encouraged a culture of innovation and progress in various fields.
  140. Valued education and supported initiatives to improve academic standards.
  141. Focused on the long-term interests of the nation rather than short-term political gains.
  142. Built and maintained strong relationships with world leaders.
  143. Earned the respect and admiration of the American people.
  144. Managed economic challenges with prudence and sound fiscal policies.
  145. Prioritized the needs of working-class Americans and the middle class.
  146. Strived for inclusivity and equal opportunities for all Americans.
  147. Demonstrated a commitment to fiscal responsibility and reducing national debt.
  148. Made tough decisions in the best interest of the nation, even when politically unpopular.
  149. Displayed a strong moral compass and ethical leadership.
  150. Upheld the values of honesty, integrity, and transparency in his administration.
  151. Supported the growth and development of small businesses.
  152. Fostered a sense of national pride and unity during the Cold War era.
  153. Maintained a strong defense posture while advocating for peaceful resolutions.
  154. Developed a comprehensive national security strategy.
  155. Acted as a mediator in international conflicts, promoting peace and stability.
  156. Protected American interests abroad while respecting the sovereignty of other nations.
  157. Promoted democratic values and institutions worldwide.
  158. Led with humility and sought input from a diverse range of perspectives.
  159. Fostered a culture of accountability within his administration.
  160. Displayed resilience and determination in the face of challenges.
  161. Successfully managed the transition from a wartime to a peacetime economy.
  162. Supported the integration of military veterans into civilian life.
  163. Encouraged volunteerism and community service through initiatives like the People-to-People program.
  164. Demonstrated a commitment to the welfare of future generations through environmental conservation efforts.
  165. Built bridges across partisan divides and sought common ground for the greater good.
  166. Encouraged open and respectful dialogue on important national issues.
  167. Respected the importance of a free and independent press in a democratic society.
  168. Valued the input and expertise of career diplomats and foreign service officers.
  169. Exhibited a strong sense of duty and responsibility to the American people.
  170. Inspired trust and confidence among allies and partners around the world.
  171. Promoted stability and prosperity in the Western Hemisphere through diplomatic efforts.
  172. Prioritized the well-being of military personnel and their families.
  173. Fostered a culture of innovation and excellence within the military.
  174. Supported the development of advanced military technologies.
  175. Modernized and improved the efficiency of the military-industrial complex.
  176. Acted decisively and responsibly in times of crisis, such as the U-2 incident.
  177. Navigated complex international dynamics with skill and diplomacy.
  178. Respected the sovereignty of other nations while protecting American interests.
  179. Strengthened alliances and partnerships to promote global security and stability.
  180. Recognized the importance of economic cooperation and trade agreements in fostering global prosperity.
  181. Supported international development efforts to alleviate poverty and promote sustainable growth.
  182. Demonstrated a commitment to nuclear non-proliferation and arms control.
  183. Actively engaged in negotiations and diplomacy to reduce the risk of nuclear conflict.
  184. Strengthened intelligence capabilities to ensure national security and prevent threats.
  185. Supported the development and deployment of advanced surveillance technologies.
  186. Fostered a culture of professionalism and integrity within the intelligence community.
  187. Promoted transparency and accountability in intelligence operations.
  188. Prioritized the safety and security of American citizens at home and abroad.
  189. Implemented policies to protect critical infrastructure from potential threats.
  190. Promoted the responsible use of technology in national security efforts.
  191. Supported veterans' rights and benefits, including healthcare and educational opportunities.
  192. Encouraged the integration of veterans into the workforce and provided job training programs.
  193. Strengthened mental health services for veterans.
  194. Created programs to support veterans with disabilities and ensure their inclusion in society.
  195. Advocated for increased research and understanding of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among veterans.
  196. Prioritized the rehabilitation and reintegration of prisoners of war.
  197. Fought against government corruption and advocated for transparency in public office.
  198. Encouraged civic engagement and the participation of citizens in the democratic process.
  199. Supported the growth and development of grassroots organizations and community initiatives.
  200. Demonstrated a commitment to the principles of equality and fairness.
  201. Worked to bridge racial and ethnic divides in American society.
  202. Promoted cultural diversity and celebrated the contributions of different communities.
  203. Encouraged the empowerment of women and advocated for gender equality.
  204. Appointed women to key positions in his administration.
  205. Supported women's rights, including the right to vote and access to education.
  206. Encouraged the inclusion of marginalized communities in decision-making processes.
  207. Fostered a spirit of national unity and solidarity in times of crisis.
  208. Promoted the importance of volunteerism and community service.
  209. Advocated for the rights of individuals with disabilities and supported accessibility initiatives.
  210. Supported the growth and development of arts and culture in America.
  211. Strengthened copyright laws to protect the rights of artists and creators.
  212. Promoted the preservation of historical landmarks and sites.
  213. Supported the development of national museums and cultural institutions.
  214. Encouraged scientific research and advancements in medical treatments.
  215. Supported the development of vaccines and public health initiatives.
  216. Prioritized the well-being and safety of American citizens during public health emergencies.
  217. Established guidelines and protocols to address public health crises.
  218. Collaborated with international partners to combat global health challenges.
  219. Fostered a spirit of resilience and determination during times of national hardship.
  220. Promoted the importance of empathy and compassion in public service.
  221. Demonstrated a commitment to the principles of democracy and the Constitution.
  222. Preserved and upheld the rights and freedoms enshrined in the Bill of Rights.
  223. Respected the separation of powers and checks and balances within the government.
  224. Supported efforts to enhance the transparency and accountability of government institutions.
  225. Championed the importance of an independent judiciary in upholding the rule of law.
  226. Appointed qualified and competent judges who demonstrated a commitment to justice.
  227. Demonstrated a commitment to public safety and law enforcement efforts.
  228. Supported the development of community policing initiatives.
  229. Promoted initiatives to reduce crime rates and improve public safety.
  230. Encouraged cooperation and coordination between federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.
  231. Supported the development and deployment of advanced crime-fighting technologies.
  232. Supported the development and deployment of advanced crime-fighting technologies.
  233. Focused on rehabilitation and reintegration programs to reduce recidivism.
  234. Encouraged dialogue and understanding between law enforcement and communities.
  235. Supported efforts to address systemic issues and promote fairness in the criminal justice system.
  236. Advocated for the rights of the accused and ensured due process.
  237. Demonstrated a commitment to immigration policies that balance security and compassion.
  238. Supported comprehensive immigration reform efforts.
  239. Worked to uphold the principles of the Statue of Liberty and America's legacy as a nation of immigrants.
  240. Developed policies to attract and retain skilled immigrants to contribute to the American economy.
  241. Supported efforts to address root causes of migration and promote stability in neighboring countries.
  242. Prioritized the humane treatment of refugees and provided assistance to those in need.
  243. Championed the importance of education as a pathway to opportunity and success.
  244. Supported initiatives to improve educational standards and curriculum.
  245. Increased federal funding for schools and educational programs.
  246. Promoted access to quality education for underserved communities.
  247. Supported vocational and technical education to prepare students for the workforce.
  248. Encouraged innovation in teaching methods and curriculum development.
  249. Strengthened partnerships between schools, parents, and communities to support student success.
  250. Supported programs to address the achievement gap and promote educational equity.
  251. Fostered a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship in the American economy.
  252. Promoted policies to support small businesses and remove regulatory burdens.
  253. Encouraged research and development in emerging industries.
  254. Supported access to capital for entrepreneurs and startups.
  255. Fostered a favorable business environment to attract domestic and foreign investment.
  256. Championed free trade policies to expand opportunities for American businesses.
  257. Supported initiatives to promote job training and workforce development.
  258. Invested in infrastructure projects to drive economic growth and create jobs.
  259. Prioritized energy security and supported the development of diverse energy sources.
  260. Implemented policies to address environmental challenges and promote sustainable practices.
  261. Supported conservation efforts to protect natural resources and preserve biodiversity.
  262. Advocated for responsible land management and stewardship.
  263. Promoted the importance of renewable energy and clean technologies.
  264. Supported the expansion of national parks and protected areas.
  265. Encouraged responsible tourism and outdoor recreation.
  266. Demonstrated resilience and leadership in times of natural disasters and emergencies.
  267. Provided federal assistance and resources to affected communities.
  268. Supported disaster preparedness and mitigation efforts.
  269. Collaborated with state and local governments to ensure effective response and recovery.
  270. Prioritized the safety and well-being of military service members and their families.
  271. Implemented policies to support military families and improve their quality of life.
  272. Expanded healthcare services for veterans and active-duty personnel.
  273. Strengthened mental health support for service members and veterans.
  274. Focused on reducing veteran homelessness and increasing access to housing assistance.
  275. Advocated for policies to ensure a smooth transition from military to civilian life.
  276. Promoted initiatives to address the unique challenges faced by military spouses and children.
  277. Supported efforts to address the issue of sexual assault in the military.
  278. Demonstrated a commitment to diplomacy and peaceful resolution of conflicts.
  279. Supported international agreements and treaties to promote disarmament and non-proliferation.
  280. Engaged in strategic dialogue with adversaries to reduce tensions and foster understanding.
  281. Championed multilateral approaches to address global challenges.
  282. Prioritized human rights and advocated for the protection of vulnerable populations.
  283. Provided humanitarian assistance to countries in need.
  284. Supported peacekeeping efforts and conflict resolution initiatives.
  285. Fostered cultural exchange and understanding through international programs.
  286. Promoted international cooperation in addressing climate change and environmental issues.
  287. Supported the Paris Agreement on climate change and worked to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  288. Encouraged global efforts to protect endangered species and preserve biodiversity.
  289. Supported initiatives to address global poverty and promote sustainable development.
  290. Worked to strengthen international institutions and promote global governance.
  291. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to address regional conflicts and promote stability.
  292. Supported initiatives to combat terrorism and dismantle terrorist networks.
  293. Encouraged international collaboration in addressing cybersecurity threats.
  294. Promoted democracy and human rights on the global stage.
  295. Advocated for religious freedom and tolerance worldwide.
  296. Supported efforts to combat human trafficking and modern-day slavery.
  297. Promoted gender equality and women's empowerment globally.
  298. Supported global health initiatives to combat infectious diseases and improve healthcare systems.
  299. Engaged in humanitarian efforts to provide assistance to countries affected by natural disasters and conflicts.
  300. Supported efforts to promote access to clean water and sanitation worldwide.
  301. Demonstrated a commitment to responsible and ethical foreign aid.
  302. Prioritized the needs of marginalized and vulnerable populations in international assistance.
  303. Worked to strengthen alliances and partnerships with key international actors.
  304. Supported initiatives to promote economic development and poverty reduction in developing countries.
  305. Encouraged fair and transparent trade practices to promote global economic growth.
  306. Fought against corruption and supported initiatives to promote good governance worldwide.
  307. Demonstrated a commitment to nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.
  308. Supported efforts to prevent the spread of weapons of mass destruction.
  309. Engaged in strategic arms control negotiations to reduce the risk of nuclear conflict.
  310. Promoted peaceful coexistence and dialogue among nations.
  311. Prioritized the protection of civilians during armed conflicts.
  312. Demonstrated a commitment to international law and the United Nations Charter.
  313. Supported efforts to address global poverty and income inequality.
  314. Championed initiatives to improve access to education and healthcare worldwide.
  315. Supported initiatives to address food security and promote sustainable agriculture.
  316. Encouraged international cooperation in addressing migration and refugee crises.
  317. Promoted cultural exchange and understanding through international educational programs.
  318. Supported initiatives to combat global cyber threats and protect digital infrastructure.
  319. Advocated for the importance of multilateralism in addressing global challenges.
  320. Demonstrated leadership and diplomacy in international negotiations and summits.
  321. Promoted dialogue and peaceful resolution of territorial disputes.
  322. Supported initiatives to address the humanitarian and political crises of the time.
  323. Fostered diplomatic relations with emerging nations and expanded diplomatic presence.
  324. Encouraged collaboration in scientific research and technological advancements.
  325. Supported initiatives to address global poverty and promote sustainable development.
  326. Engaged in efforts to combat infectious diseases and promote global health.
  327. Focused on expanding access to education and improving educational standards globally.
  328. Demonstrated a commitment to international human rights and equality.
  329. Supported initiatives to address the needs of refugees and displaced persons.
  330. Promoted access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene worldwide.
  331. Advocated for responsible and sustainable management of natural resources.
  332. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to address regional conflicts and promote peace.
  333. Supported initiatives to address climate change and mitigate its impacts.
  334. Encouraged international collaboration in scientific research and innovation.
  335. Supported initiatives to promote gender equality and women's empowerment globally.
  336. Demonstrated a commitment to upholding international law and norms.
  337. Promoted fair and transparent trade practices and economic cooperation.
  338. Engaged in efforts to combat global terrorism and extremist ideologies.
  339. Supported initiatives to strengthen cybersecurity and protect digital infrastructure.
  340. Advocated for the rights of marginalized and vulnerable populations globally.
  341. Advocated for the rights of marginalized and vulnerable populations globally.
  342. Supported initiatives to promote access to clean energy and combat climate change.
  343. Engaged in efforts to promote peace and stability in conflict-affected regions.
  344. Demonstrated leadership in global public health initiatives and pandemic response.
  345. Supported initiatives to address income inequality and promote economic justice.
  346. Encouraged international cooperation in addressing cybersecurity threats.
  347. Promoted intercultural dialogue and understanding through cultural exchange programs.
  348. Supported initiatives to protect and preserve cultural heritage worldwide.
  349. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons.
  350. Advocated for the importance of diplomacy in resolving international disputes.
  351. Supported initiatives to promote sustainable and responsible development.
  352. Demonstrated a commitment to international justice and accountability.
  353. Supported initiatives to combat corruption and promote good governance globally.
  354. Advocated for the rights and empowerment of indigenous peoples worldwide.
  355. Engaged in efforts to address the global water crisis and promote water security.
  356. Supported initiatives to address the impacts of climate change on vulnerable populations.
  357. Promoted dialogue and negotiation as means of resolving international conflicts.
  358. Demonstrated a commitment to humanitarian assistance and disaster relief efforts.
  359. Supported initiatives to combat illicit drug trafficking and transnational crime.
  360. Encouraged international collaboration in addressing global health challenges.
  361. Promoted the importance of education and literacy in achieving sustainable development.
  362. Engaged in efforts to promote access to affordable and clean energy globally.
  363. Demonstrated leadership in global efforts to combat modern slavery and human trafficking.
  364. Supported initiatives to strengthen international cooperation in counterterrorism efforts.
  365. Advocated for the rights of children and the protection of their well-being worldwide.
  366. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote peace and reconciliation in conflict-affected regions.
  367. Demonstrated a commitment to promoting and protecting human rights globally.
  368. Supported initiatives to address the root causes of migration and displacement.
  369. Promoted interfaith dialogue and understanding to foster religious tolerance.
  370. Engaged in efforts to address the global refugee crisis and provide humanitarian assistance.
  371. Demonstrated a commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals and their implementation.
  372. Supported initiatives to promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth globally.
  373. Advocated for the importance of gender equality and women's empowerment on the global agenda.
  374. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to prevent and resolve armed conflicts.
  375. Demonstrated leadership in advancing global nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.
  376. Supported initiatives to address the impacts of climate change on vulnerable ecosystems.
  377. Promoted the importance of responsible and sustainable tourism worldwide.
  378. Engaged in efforts to address global food security and promote sustainable agriculture.
  379. Demonstrated a commitment to international cooperation in combating cyber threats.
  380. Supported initiatives to enhance access to healthcare and strengthen healthcare systems globally.
  381. Advocated for the protection of human rights defenders and journalists worldwide.
  382. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote democracy and good governance globally.
  383. Demonstrated leadership in addressing the global refugee and migration crisis.
  384. Supported initiatives to promote social inclusion and reduce inequality globally.
  385. Promoted the importance of cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue on the global stage.
  386. Engaged in efforts to promote disarmament and arms control worldwide.
  387. Demonstrated a commitment to the principles of multilateralism and global cooperation.
  388. Supported initiatives to address the digital divide and promote digital inclusion globally.
  389. Advocated for the rights of persons with disabilities and inclusive policies worldwide.
  390. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote peace and stability in conflict-affected regions.
  391. Demonstrated leadership in global efforts to combat transnational organized crime.
  392. Supported initiatives to promote access to clean water
  393. Supported initiatives to promote access to clean water and sanitation worldwide.
  394. Engaged in efforts to address the global refugee and displacement crisis.
  395. Demonstrated a commitment to promoting and protecting LGBTQ+ rights globally.
  396. Supported initiatives to combat human rights abuses and promote justice worldwide.
  397. Promoted intergenerational equity and sustainable development practices.
  398. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to prevent and resolve conflicts through peaceful means.
  399. Demonstrated leadership in global efforts to combat poverty and inequality.
  400. Supported initiatives to promote access to affordable and quality healthcare globally.
  401. Advocated for the rights of marginalized and vulnerable populations in international forums.
  402. Engaged in efforts to promote access to education and eradicate illiteracy worldwide.
  403. Demonstrated a commitment to international cooperation in addressing global pandemics.
  404. Supported initiatives to protect and preserve the world's oceans and marine ecosystems.
  405. Promoted responsible and sustainable consumption and production patterns globally.
  406. Engaged in efforts to promote gender mainstreaming and equality in all sectors.
  407. Demonstrated leadership in addressing the impacts of climate change on vulnerable communities.
  408. Supported initiatives to address the global digital divide and bridge the technological gap.
  409. Advocated for the protection and promotion of indigenous rights and cultures worldwide.
  410. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament.
  411. Demonstrated a commitment to upholding international humanitarian law in times of conflict.
  412. Supported initiatives to promote access to justice and legal empowerment globally.
  413. Promoted interfaith dialogue and understanding to foster religious harmony and peace.
  414. Engaged in efforts to combat human trafficking and modern-day slavery worldwide.
  415. Demonstrated leadership in global efforts to combat infectious diseases and epidemics.
  416. Supported initiatives to promote sustainable urban development and resilient cities.
  417. Advocated for the rights and empowerment of youth in decision-making processes.
  418. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote peacebuilding and reconciliation in post-conflict societies.
  419. Demonstrated a commitment to the rights and well-being of children worldwide.
  420. Supported initiatives to promote access to clean and renewable energy globally.
  421. Promoted inclusive and equitable economic growth and employment opportunities worldwide.
  422. Engaged in efforts to protect and promote cultural heritage and diversity globally.
  423. Demonstrated leadership in addressing the global water crisis and promoting water security.
  424. Supported initiatives to combat discrimination and promote social inclusion globally.
  425. Advocated for the protection of journalists and press freedom worldwide.
  426. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to prevent and resolve international disputes through dialogue.
  427. Demonstrated a commitment to international cooperation in addressing global cybersecurity threats.
  428. Supported initiatives to promote access to affordable housing and adequate living conditions.
  429. Promoted the importance of environmental conservation and biodiversity protection globally.
  430. Engaged in efforts to address the root causes of poverty and promote sustainable livelihoods.
  431. Demonstrated leadership in global efforts to promote sustainable and responsible tourism.
  432. Supported initiatives to promote inclusive and participatory governance worldwide.
  433. Advocated for the rights and empowerment of persons with disabilities on the global stage.
  434. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote peace, stability, and reconciliation in conflict-affected regions.
  435. Demonstrated a commitment to promoting and protecting the rights of indigenous peoples worldwide.
  436. Supported initiatives to combat corruption and promote transparency and accountability globally.
  437. Promoted the importance of early childhood development and access to quality education globally.
  438. Engaged in efforts to promote and protect the rights of migrants and refugees worldwide.
  439. Demonstrated leadership in addressing the global food security and nutrition challenge.
  440. Supported initiatives to address the impacts of climate change on vulnerable populations.
  441. Advocated for the protection and promotion of workers' rights and decent work worldwide.
  442. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote arms control and disarmament globally.
  443. Demonstrated a commitment to upholding the principles of human dignity and human rights.
  444. Supported initiatives to promote access to clean and affordable energy for all.
  445. Promoted inclusive and equitable access to information and communication technologies.
  446. Engaged in efforts to promote sustainable and responsible mining practices globally.
  447. Demonstrated leadership in addressing the global challenges of migration and displacement.
  448. Supported initiatives to promote peace education and conflict resolution skills globally.
  449. Advocated for the protection and empowerment of women and girls worldwide.
  450. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to prevent and address humanitarian crises and conflicts.
  451. Demonstrated a commitment to promoting intergenerational equity and sustainability.
  452. Supported initiatives to promote access to justice and legal aid for all.
  453. Promoted intercultural dialogue and understanding to foster peaceful coexistence.
  454. Engaged in efforts to combat racism, discrimination, and xenophobia globally.
  455. Demonstrated leadership in global efforts to address the impacts of climate change on vulnerable regions.
  456. Supported initiatives to promote sustainable and resilient infrastructure development.
  457. Advocated for the protection and promotion of the rights of older persons worldwide.
  458. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote peaceful and inclusive societies globally.
  459. Demonstrated a commitment to promoting mental health and well-being globally.
  460. Supported initiatives to address the impacts of environmental degradation and deforestation.
  461. Promoted inclusive and equitable access to financial services and economic opportunities.
  462. Engaged in efforts to promote access to safe and affordable drinking water for all.
  463. Demonstrated leadership in global efforts to combat illicit financial flows and money laundering.
  464. Supported initiatives to promote inclusive and accessible urban planning and development.
  465. Advocated for the protection and empowerment of marginalized and vulnerable children worldwide.
  466. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote disarmament and non-proliferation of weapons.
  467. Demonstrated a commitment to promoting and protecting the rights of refugees and internally displaced persons.
  468. Supported initiatives to address the impacts of climate change on small island developing states.
  469. Promoted the importance of cultural preservation and heritage protection worldwide.
  470. Engaged in efforts to promote sustainable and responsible consumption patterns.
  471. Demonstrated leadership in global efforts to promote the rule of law and access to justice.
  472. Supported initiatives to address the digital divide and promote digital literacy globally.
  473. Advocated for the protection and promotion of the rights of migrant workers worldwide.
  474. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote peaceful resolution of territorial disputes.
  475. Demonstrated a commitment to promoting and protecting the rights of persons with disabilities globally.
  476. Supported initiatives to address the impacts of pollution and promote environmental sustainability.
  477. Promoted inclusive and participatory decision-making processes at all levels.
  478. Engaged in efforts to promote and protect the rights of indigenous women and girls.
  479. Demonstrated leadership in addressing the global challenges of water scarcity and water management.
  480. Supported initiatives to promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and innovation.
  481. Advocated for the protection and empowerment of LGBTQ+ individuals worldwide.
  482. Engaged in diplomatic efforts to promote responsible and accountable governance globally.
  483. Demonstrated a commitment to promoting and protecting the rights of migrant and domestic workers.
  484. Supported initiatives to address the impacts of climate change on agricultural systems.
  485. Promoted inclusive and equitable access to quality healthcare services for all.
  486. Engaged in efforts to promote sustainable and responsible fishing practices globally.
  487. Demonstrated leadership in global efforts to promote peace, justice, and strong institutions.
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2023.06.10 20:17 Fluffy_Cap_985 Smith a school Help

i’ve been looking through Smith’s majors all day for potential majors but i have no clue what to do. I originally wanted to major in international business with a business management double major but everyone says it’s worthless. I want to go in product or project management but don’t know what to major in. I’ve basically thought about going into every single major. Any advice????
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2023.06.10 19:58 jonny_fd [US-PA] [H] Drop x OLKB Preonic w/ drop skiidata and maybe gat yellows [W] Paypal, local cash

Local is 19147. Looking for $155 including paypal fees, we can split shipping. $125 if you come pick it up in south philly. May have calculated the fee wrong, I used this website.
Okay, fair warning I'm not sure what switches are in here, I literally can't remember. Also, a couple random switches died and needed to be replaced with others, absolutely no clue what they are. Most of the switches here are the ones in the timestamp.
This is a black aluminum(?) case. Keycaps are the ortholinear and accent sets from drop skiidata. I'm only selling this all together. Maybe if you come meet me in a park in philly, remove all the keycaps or whatever part you want yourself, and bring me a hoagie, I'll sell you whatever part you want lol.
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