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2010.11.03 18:01 mmmyum Slowcooking: Slow and Steady Wins the Race
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2023.03.29 11:00 elsienjoki Principles of Micro Economics - Edu Assignment Help
2023.03.29 10:29 2015volkswagenjetta Betta tank mates?
My mom wants to get 1 or 2 frogs as tank mates and I'm just wondering if it'll work as I already have 6 neons and 2 Otto cats in my 29 gallon
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2023.03.29 10:17 Chilled_Sun Minari
Man. You just get unexpected feels out of nowhere.
Being 2nd Gen Korean, I never really thought about minari, it was just something I ate all the time since it's use in soups, stews, 'pancakes', kimchi, and a bunch of other things. Then Mina went to go buy some in her little adventure and I got curious.
What is minari in English? Some kind of water celery, watercress, or parsley apparently.
Then I found out they made a movie with the name and I went to watch while doing the event.
Event got forgotten about, and 2 hours later I'm having a drink reminiscing about all the times my then 60+ year old grandma and my 6 year old ass would walk 3 miles up a mountain every weekend to gather carbonated spring water in Uijeongbu, KR, almost 30 years ago. Don't even remember what we did with it, but I clearly remember carrying down a taped up 2.5 gallon Ice Mountain water jug in my arms all the way home since I wanted to show I was a strong little bastard.
A fun event and CS still makes me feel.
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2023.03.29 09:23 RadhikaBSM Mind-Blowing Facts About Investing in the Stock Market
Warren Buffett states, “The stock market is a vehicle for moving money from the impatient to the patient.” That is usually true, but if you are patient and knowledgeable about investing in stocks, you may profit and develop wealth. A stock market is a fascinating location to learn about money management.
The stock market is like a roller coaster, and the trip is always exciting and terrifying. Nevertheless, the allure of the stock market draws millions of investors and generates wealth. People interested in Indian stock markets usually analyze their fundamentals and technicalities.
Facts about the stock market that can help you become a better investor Only a Small Percentage of Ordinary People Invest
Despite being the world’s oldest and largest stock exchange, barely 2.5% of the general populace invests in the stock market. This figure is insufficient, and more individuals should grasp the value of financial independence. Only eight crore people out of a total population of 132 crore invest in mutual funds. Only 12% of India’s GDP comprises Indian mutual fund market assets. The BSE Is the Largest and Oldest Stock Exchange
The Bombay Stock Exchange, or BSE, is the world’s largest stock exchange. The BSE has the most firms listed (5,500), making it the world’s largest stock market. The Bombay Stock Exchange was founded in 1875 by a trader called Premchand Roychand and is the oldest in Asia. As a result of his success in the stockbroking industry, he was dubbed the Cotton King, the Bullion King, and the Big Bull. In addition to the BSE, India has 23 other stock exchanges. Stocks Have Existed for a Long Time
For starters, stocks have been around for far longer than you may believe. Suppose you define a stock market as a regulated marketplace where individuals can buy and sell investments. In that case, you can trace its origins back to the 11th century in France when agricultural loans were traded, and the 16th century in Belgium, when a more sophisticated debt market existed. The Dutch East India Company, formed in 1602 and involved in trading between Asia and Europe, appears to have had the first publicly listed stock. Its stock was traded on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. After a Crash, the Stock Market Usually Recovers Quickly
Many investors fear stock market corrections and crashes, but it’s pointless to hope they don’t happen since they will. They will vary in strength and length, but the news isn’t all that awful on average. Capital Group examined stock market performance from 1950 to 2019 and discovered that 10% or more pullbacks occurred roughly once a year and lasted an average of 112 days. Even recoveries lasting twice as long as seven months would be preferable. These are merely averages, and anything may happen at any time, but keep in mind that the stock market recovers from most major declines very soon. Long-term investors can benefit significantly from market dips. Rule of 72
When a newbie initially begins investing, the first question he usually has is how long it will take to double his money. The time necessary to double the investment is computed using the rule of 72, which requires a defined and stable interest rate. Divide the rate of return by 72 to get an estimate of the return on investment. Let us illustrate using an example: say you invest Rs 500,000 at an 8% rate. So 72/8 = 9, implying your investment will double in 9 years. Mumbai Has the Highest Number of Demat Accounts
In India, there was 3.38 lakh Demat accounts as of September 2018. According to November 2018 SEBI bulletin figures, there are 177 lahks NSDL and 161 lahks CSDL accounts. Mumbai has the most Demat accounts, whereas Gujarat has the second-highest number in the state. The World’s Most Expensive Stock
Berkshire Hathaway is the most expensive stock in the world. A single share of the corporation costs more than Rs 2 crore. Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is an American multinational conglomerate headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska. The corporation is the world’s third-biggest public company and the world’s largest financial services company by revenue. The Chairman is legendary investor Warren Buffett. The company’s share was sold for $313,350.00 on February 1, 2019, making it one of the most expensive scrips in the world. It is because the firm has never had a stock split and has only paid dividends once. On October 23, 2006, the company’s stock reached $100,000 for the first time. Even Pirates Have Their Own Stock Exchange
Sure, there are stock markets for shares of corporations that provide various products and services, as well as bond markets for investors to swap debt obligations. But not long ago, even pirates had a stock market. In 2011, the Wall Street Journal reported on it: “In 2009, the world’s first pirate stock market was formed in Harardheere, Somalia, about 250 miles northeast of Mogadishu. The exchange, open 24 hours a day, permits investors to benefit from ransoms collected on the high seas, which may reach $10 million for successful attacks on Western commercial boats.”
The aforementioned fascinating facts about the stock market demonstrate that it can develop. We hope these little-known facts pique your interest in the stock market. The more you study the financial market, the more fascinated you may be by how fascinating it is. And the more knowledgeable you get, the faster your portfolio may expand.
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2023.03.29 08:30 CaliDL Anyone have experience with this filter? I found one for $10 for sale is it worth picking it up or does it have any annoying problems
2023.03.29 08:11 Jackisthebestdog Free. I'm able to text the prizes
2023.03.29 07:31 pilot333 Going to hit my poa annua with either round up or spectracide. How long should I wait til I throw down grass seed?
I’ve got some big poa annua. I think I will spot treat my lawn with round up of spectracide.
Any preference on which I should use that won’t persist in the soil too long?
RoundUp Active Ingredients: Glyphosate, Isopropylamine Salt (Contains 0.1 lbs Glyphosate Acid Equivalent per US Gallon) (2.0%), Pelargonic Acid and Related Fatty Acids (2.0%). Other Ingredients (96.0%).
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2023.03.29 07:29 Jman2022482 Random drug test tomorrow and smoked today before I found out
So I just got home from work and I took a dab first time I’ve smoked in 2 weeks and after I took that dab I was informed of a drug test tomorrow at 8am I have a detox drink and I’ve been drinking a lot of water over a gallon and half so far and I’ve also did a certo and Gatorade I have the detox drink and 1 more packet of certo I’m gonna drink both the detox drink and last certo pack 3 hours before my test and drink another gallon what are the Chances I pass? because if I get fired I become homeless
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2023.03.29 06:50 smedleybuthair 2 Gallon Shallow Nano Riparium Shrimpscape
2023.03.29 06:42 failtrashman Instant Pot 6qt Precision Dutch Oven for $89.
2023.03.29 06:25 banaaanaaaaaa This Is the Lightest Paint in the World
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Because structural color can blanket an entire surface with just a thin, ultralight layer, Chanda thinks this will be a game changer—for airlines. A Boeing 747 needs about 500 kilograms of paint. He estimates that his paint could cover the same area with 1.3 kilograms. That’s more than 1,000 pounds shaved off each plane, which would reduce how much fuel is needed per journey.
Perry Flint, a spokesperson for the International Airline Trade Association, finds that possibility plausible. “Given that fuel is already the single biggest operating expense [about 30 percent last year], airlines are always interested in improving fuel efficiency,” he wrote in an email to WIRED. Creating efficient new forms of airframes and engines are critical, he says, but shedding weight brings huge savings too. When American Airlines ditched just 67 pounds’ worth of pilot’s manuals per flight, the company estimated it would save 400,000 gallons of fuel and $1.2 million annually. In 2021, AA introduced a new paint that cut weight on 737s by 62 pounds, saving 300,000 gallons a year.
Structural paint may also last longer. (Some airlines repaint planes every four years.) Pigment molecules break down in sunlight but structural color doesn’t—so it doesn’t fade. “We have all these ways of trying to fix pigment, to try to prevent it from oxidizing and losing its color. Or it fades and we throw it in the landfill,” says Baumeister, who is also a cofounder of consultancy Biomimicry 3.8. “But when you need color to last forever—for the life of the organism—structural color is preferred.
2023.03.29 06:04 Gamer28222 currently battling ammonia
so I got a 75-gallon tank and long story short we added too many fish too fast. I WAS using ammo-lock for about a month until I realized it was doing more harm than good. I'm currently doing a %50 water change every other week and a %25 every 3-4 days as well as using prime and a quick start. the tank is also planted and I'll probably get some floating plants to help out more. ammonia is currently about a 2-4, is there anything else I should be doing?
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2023.03.29 05:44 friendzonned Can 4 beta fish, 2 dwarf suckers, and a couple snails live together in a 20 gallon tank?
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2023.03.29 05:31 autotldr Amsterdam launches 'stay away' ad campaign targeting young British men
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Amsterdam has warned rowdy British sex and drug tourists to "Stay away". Summary Source FAQ Feedback Top keywords: Amsterdam#1 city#2 red#3 more#4 light#5
A digital discouragement campaign targeting men aged 18 to 35 in the UK is being pushed out by the Dutch city's council.
The message is uncompromising - a long weekend in Amsterdam may create the wrong kind of memories, the escapism you crave in the renowned party capital could result in inescapable convictions.
Brits can find return flights to Amsterdam for £50.
Amsterdam is one of the world's most visited cities.
Deputy Mayor Sofyan Mbarki said Amsterdam was already taking more management measures than other large cities in Europe.
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2023.03.29 05:31 sniles310 Amendments to seed starter mix
I've been gardening off and on but not seriously for years(SoCal area/Zone10b) . I'm trying to be a little better this year. One of the things I always struggle with is germination and keeping seedlings alive.
I've watched a few videos on seed starter mixes and read a few posts on this sub. I've settled on a mix of 2 parts peat moss, 2 parts perlite and 1 part vermiculite.
My question is specifically about adding any amendments to this mix. I know seedlings require little to no nutrition so I'm trying to be mindful of that but also looking to see what I can add to the mix to help seedling viability. Basically a small nitrogen and phosphorous boost with some trace minerals.
I settled on Down To Earth 4-12-0 Fish Bone Meal, Down to Earth 1-0.1-2 Kelp meal and Azomite. I plan on adding 1 tbsp of each to 4 gallons of my seed starter mix.
I'd appreciate any feedback...if you think this is a good/bad idea, if the amount of amendment for that quantity is off, if you have suggestions of other amendments, etc. I have a bunch of DTE amendments, Epsom salt, rock phosphate and dolomite lime...i have EWC as I compost but I don't want to risk adding that at this stage in case it has its own seeds in it.
(I'm germinating a bunch of tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and melons)
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2023.03.29 05:27 CRAYFISHEUTHANIST Fifty-Five gallon aquarium at a Chinese restaurant has 8 goldfish and 2 plecos!
2023.03.29 05:19 Signal-Departure7241 this is our big girl toilet!
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This is my girlfriends dumbo betta, toilette. Yes we know she has some crazy masses but she does NOT seem to be in any pain! as you can see in the video she is super lively always zoomin around and loves to eat and explore. She is in a planted 20 gallon all to herself along with her 6 shrimp friends (you can see chica the 🍌 shrimp on the mossball in the background). She is a very good girl and is not shy at all. She has been thriving for the past 2 months. Her water parameters are checked often and always has almond leaves and alder cones. submitted by Signal-Departure7241 to bettafish [link] [comments]
2023.03.29 04:57 Error404DoesntExist AITA For Drinking With Family in My House?
I 21[M] have been living alone in my house for the past 5 months. It’s been nice. No one around to judge me. I can do what I want as I please. While still inviting family over for dinner every once in awhile. Even having people compliment how well I’m doing and how well maintained the house is.
I work a full-time job 12 hours (third shift) on rotation and I enjoy drinking on my nights off until I get tipsy. Especially the night before I have to work (I have the whole day to sleep in).
Recently my grandparents have been staying with me since I have 3 empty bedrooms and I welcomed them to stay.
However I’ve overheard them multiple times talking about my drinking. Since I feel like I’m walking on eggshells in my own home, I’ve been sneaking alcohol up in my room and hiding it until I have time to sneak it in the garbage.
Just so you’re aware of how much I’m drinking, it’s probably 2 twisted teas or a 24oz can of mikes harder lemonade.
Yet people my age are drinking a gallon of captain Morgan straight on spring break but it’s not a problem for them. Or college kids getting trashed every night at parties, but when it’s me it’s a problem.
AITA for drinking in my own home?
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2023.03.29 04:35 IPostHeree Help with an English compo
Hi all first time posting :)
So around 1-2 months back I saw this post asking for feedback for an o level English compo. Can’t find the original now, but I rmb op wrote something about yolo? However I did save the qn: Most young people today are obsessed with academic grades. What are your views?
Anyway feeling bored I decided to write something for this topic. But there are some disclaimers:
- I do not in any way want to put down/ discourage op. I genuinely want to help, and will try to reply if op (or anyone else) comments or pms me.
- It’s been a while since I’ve done o level & a level, so there may be some errors here and there. This is also more likely for the requirements of a a level compo, but forgive me if there’s been a syllabus change or anything haha.
- I will not have the time, energy or brain to write this in an actual exam, but it’s good to write and read what we can outside of exams to learn for the future!
Most young people today are obsessed with academic grades. What are your views?
In today’s world, the quote that “education is a journey, not a destination” may not only have become an outdated concept, but possibly even a pipedream. Education is commonly touted as the “great social leveller”, where every individual is given equal opportunity to achieve academic merit and determine how they stand against their peers. However, over the years it seems the goal of education has shifted from being educated to showing that one is educated, which is presented through one’s academic grades. Students are now expected to place heavy emphasis on them as these grades help them secure valuable positions in higher levels of education, and eventually get the job they want, leading them to stress over their academic grades to an unhealthy extent. However, in the 21st century, the idea of education no longer encompasses just academic qualifications, but also hones students’ 21st-century skills through various activities. Young people now rethink their career paths from different perspectives and are more aware of global issues. Thus, while it is true that many youths today do place heavy emphasis on their academic grades, they also place significant importance on other skills and issues that are vital in navigating their future.
It seems that young people today continuously fuss over their academic grades as they act as a fundamental basis for comparing their peers. With education being the “great social leveller”, its end result – one’s academic grade, is commonly used to differentiate students in terms of their academic merit, which is perceived to be co-related to their intelligence, and hence one’s value. In other words, people may use the results obtained by a student in an examination to determine their worth against another. Thus, grades give students comparative edges over others, which help them vie for a place in higher institutes of learning, scholarship opportunities or even their desired occupations. Given this, it is not surprising to see many young people stressing over their academic grades, to the point that it may look like an obsession. Alternatively, students may fuss over their grades due to expectations from their parents or their peers, and even attend external classes like tuition to enhance their learning and their academic grade. In countries like Singapore, many students with sufficient resources attend tuition classes to boost their academic performance, turning the tuition industry into a billion-dollar one overnight. It has become commonplace to see students studying in coffee joints or libraries for hours on end, to the point that they forgo their mental and physical health. This is done by forgoing their non-academic interests, their social lives, or exercise and sleep to focus solely on their academics. This obsession with academic grades has gotten to a point where students committing suicide over their grades is not unheard of. In Singapore, the Straits Times reported cases of students as young as 11 years old committing suicide due to failing their exams. Thus, due to the high stakes associated with one’s academic grade, it can be said that young people do obsess over them.
However, in today’s age where news is aplenty, many stories have surfaced regarding how many people who may have previously done poorly in school proceeded to pursue their ideal careers with their determination, passion, and talent. Inspired by these success stories, many youths today may place an important emphasis on their hobbies and passions instead of their academics, as it has been proven they can still achieve their desired dream jobs in the future. Indeed, today’s world has moved far beyond traditional office or academic jobs and has produced many new careers that would previously be unheard of. By honing one’s passions and natural talents from young, many youths hope to continue to use their talents to chart their own path in the future, instead of merely relying on their academics. One such example is two-time America’s Got Talent winner Shin Lim, who made his claim to fame with his passion and talent for sleight of hand magic despite having studied to become a classical musician. Locally, the CEO of Titan’s digital media JianHao Tan made his hobby of video editing into a very successful business. The hobbies of youths today stretch far and wide, from photography to coding, from writing to acting, and the list goes on. Despite these being non-academic pursuits, they can become viable careers today, and in the future. Clearly, it seems many education systems in the world lag behind young people’s different vocational interests, causing them to ignore their academics to pursue their hobbies instead. Thus, the youths of today may not be so obsessed over their academic grades, and instead choose to focus their time on their hobbies and interests.
Additionally, in the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world today, there are many new skills youths are expected to acquire to ensure they stay relevant in the 21st century. Youths will thus also allocate sufficient time to hone these skills, and focus on these instead of their academics. These skills include empathy, digital literacy and teamwork, skills that will prove difficult to write into a student’s syllabus and test as an academic subject. Instead of learning these skills in the form of traditional rote learning, the education system has now made the paradigm shift to give students a more holistic education. For example, in Singapore it is mandatory for students to participate in at least 1 co-curricular activity (CCA) on top of their normal classes, giving students a chance to interact with like-minded peers to develop social skills, amongst other things. CCAs like uniform groups help to instil discipline in students, service CCAs teach students volunteerism, and other niche CCAs help students explore their interests. Other activities to help students hone these skills include overseas trips, where students will interact with their peers from different countries to help broaden their horizons and form different perspectives. Furthermore, awards such as the National Youth Achievement Award promote leadership and self-improvement in the young. These important skills move beyond the confines of the academic syllabus, and are so important PEW statistics indicate that over 60% of employers now place equal or greater emphasis on whether a person has these 21st century skills in comparison to one’s academic grades. Seeing as how these skills help ensure young people stay relevant in today’s society, many will choose to focus on honing these skills, and less emphasis is placed on their academic grades.
The digital age has allowed youths to be more connected to the world than ever, and as a result they are more aware of issues within their society and the world. Young people today may choose to take action to improve these issues instead of being fixated on their academic results. One such example is Comm.Unity sg, an initiative started by 2 students from ACSI that help distribute food and do basic home renovations for Singaporean residents during the COVID-19 period. In Hong Kong, activist Joshua Wong had gathered many students together to stand up to the police brutality. Some young people even take it a step further and make it their life’s work to be agents of change for global issues. A very renowned example of this would be Greta Thunberg, a Swedish climate activist who devotes her life to fighting for climate change. She went from ignoring her academics with a one-woman strike outside her school, to rallying many youths across different countries together to fight for climate change with her movements like “FridaysForFuture”, and even making impactful UN speeches and berating powerful politicians such as then US president Donald Trump. Times Magazine even named her Person Of The Year 2019 for her accolades. Another example would be Boyan Slat, a Dutch entrepreneur who started his own company The Ocean Cleanup when he was only 18 years old. Clearly, these youths have cast aside their academics to focus on making impactful changes to many local and global issues that plague the world. Thus, it seems that not all youths are focused solely on their academic grades, and instead want to play their part to help solve societal and global problems.
That being said, the unfortunate truth shows not every youth chooses to focus less on their academic grades in pursuit of a grander goal. The digital age presents itself as a typical double-edged sword, and many young people fall prey to the numerous distractions and unhealthy perspectives it offers, causing them to fall off on their academics and divert their attention to these instead. One such example would be the numerous social networking sites or social media, and it is not uncommon to see countless young people spend hours on their phones mindlessly scrolling through the many sites available, such as Instagram, Facebook, Reddit, and even the more recent TikTok. Such sites have also been called out for promoting false images of popularity and beauty, causing some young people to link their self-worth and image to the number of “likes” they receive. Students ignore their schoolwork and become obsessed with garnering more likes due to their now warped perception of popularity. This drives young people to focus on following certain “trends” that go viral regardless of how dangerous they may be, to the point that the CEO of TikTok Mr Shou Chew was grilled by the US congress on TikTok and the dangers it could present to youths. Other distractions could include online games, a very common addiction for many young people, to the point that they ignore their academics and only play games. These numerous distractions presented by the digital world grab young people’s attention by marketing themselves as “trendy” and perpetuating the “fear of missing out” culture, inculcating a habit of instant gratification in youths. This leads to young people feeling the need to look “cool” online and constantly be on social media to prevent themselves from missing out. These distractions also give rise to the notion that focusing on one’s academics and future is “uncool”, causing many students to abandon them. Thus, these many distractions brought about by the digital age cause young people to ignore their academics to focus on their own image online and in real life.
To conclude, while it may seem that young people today are obsessed with their academic grades, the reality is that that is merely the tip of the iceberg, as the world today has opened many more avenues, both good and bad, for young people to explore. With so many paths young people can walk in this dynamic world, it is not unexpected that the education system fails to cater to the many new needs and interests of students today, leading to young people suffering from a lack of direction in what to do with their lives. Thus, one can only hope that the education system evolves to teach young people how to strike a proper balance between their academic grades and their interests, so as to help them lead their best and most fulfilling lives possible.
CRITICISM FOR LEARNING WELCOME!
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2023.03.29 04:29 rage_baby7667 Black and white bunny
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2023.03.29 04:19 Infinite-Kangaroo451 Europe Product Owner Market
Hello Everyone, I switched to PO after 9 years of java development experience and I have 2 years of PO experience. Previously, I have 5 years of SM experience while developing and I have PSM-1 certificate. As a PO, I want to look for a job in Europe, especially in the Netherlands or Germany. But there are two issues I want to learn
1-What are the average salary ranges for Germany or the Netherlands?
2-Do I need to learn Dutch or German for the role of PO?
Thanks in advance for your help
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2023.03.29 04:17 red_hotmama New fish friends or..... fooood
I have 3 fully grown fairly fat moderately maybe aggressive glo tetras in a 20 gallon. My son has 2 sort of small female guppies that need to be separated from their brothers (before weird things start to happen if ya know what I mean) the only place for them to go is with the glo tetras.... Do you think they will get eaten? We got the Guppies as a group of 6 fry off Kijiji. 4 survived 2 female 2 male. 1 male is now in another tank with a school of neon tetras so he's fine ( the brothers where fighting.) But now do I move the sisters or the other brother to the glo tank..... Help
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