............ should "speak authentically" on social media.
Strange phraseology but given where it's coming from I'm not surprised.
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@virusrexToday 11:14 am JST
Forgot to ask; do you have school-age children?
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Because that is what is needed right? solutions that makes you feel better even if they solve absolutely nothing.
I'm not sure by what logic you think that my suggestion will make me feel better or is this just your habitual holier than thou attitude coming to the forefront?
Much of the problem is a result of bad parenting and such parents are usually not very bright themselves but do react to being hit in the pocket rather than being reasoned with. Please not the "without good reason" part of my suggestion and good reasons may be quite wide-ranging and must be considered but parent who don't car about their children's education need to learn the hard way.
This system operates with mixed results in the UK.
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It is necessary to fine the parents of children who don't attend school without good reason 10,000 Yen per day.
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Why not? They just put cricket back in, the most boring sport imaginable. Picking up rubbish maybe equally boring but with a tangible benefit.
Clearly some people don't have the mental acuity to understand the complex rules of cricket so perhaps litter picking is the right sport for them.
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Korea vs China, 3 : 0, what a great and well-deserved result.
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JT: When this article was first published it did not state that the shooter killed himself, in fact much of the article has been re-written and you have not bothered to mention that fact.
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Of all those in the reporting chain I am inclined to believe that Cummings has the least integrity and am thus disinclined to believe him. Perhaps Sir Patrick Vallance wrote down what he heard but that doesn't make it true. Others may have been present so confirmation, or otherwise, may follow.
It all comes down to who you think has more integrity then. If Sir Patrick Vallance believed what Dominic Cummings said, wrote it down and didn't try to stop it coming out in the inquiry, I'm a bit inclined to believe Sunak did actually say it.
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First one this week? Seems the police may have shot and wounded or killed the shooter.
"there is no active threat at this time,"
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JohnToday 02:34 pm JST
What an a-hole.
EastmanToday 01:48 pm JST
all he cares-money and wealth.
u_s__reamerToday 01:44 pm JST
No surprise to hear such cold callous remarks coming out of the mouth of a super-rich politician.
All of you hitting on Sunak with no evidence to confirm that that was what he actually said, after all, none of you were there to hear it for yourselves. It's hearsay, Cummings could have just made it up, he is as slippery as a truck load of snakes.
The diary entry shown to the inquiry recorded how Dominic Cummings, Johnson's most senior adviser during the pandemic, had relayed to Vallance what he said he had heard at the meeting.
Vallance quoted Cummings in his diary as saying: "Rishi thinks just let people die and that's okay. This all feels like a complete lack of leadership."
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Well, I’m not keen on all this automation lark you see. I want to be served by a person not do the job myself on a machine, I think it’s a bloody cheek actually.
So you never shop in a supermarket where you select your chosen items from the shelf, put them in your trolley or basket yourself and push said trolley to the register? Where increasingly, you have a choice of using a self-service checkout or joining the long line for the attended register?
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Redtail SwiftToday 12:41 pm JST
No mention of the lawsuit that was immediately filed.
From the article:
............ and a class-action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Thursday ticket holders.
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I'm probably one of the very few here who has actually spent some time in Argentina albeit 35 years ago. It used to be a great place, Argentinians are Italians who speak Spanish but think they are British, but has suffered greatly through mismanagement in recent years. I wish Milei all the luck in the world, he's going to need it.
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JJEToday 09:02 am JST
Let me refresh my memory. As I recall the Russians marched into Paris at the culmination of that conflict.
If you can remember that you must be very old indeed.
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No different from using the self checkout at the supermarket which I do regularly. Supermarkets however always have a staff member supervising 10 or more machines to help if necessary. Most problems are customer generated except for the occasional unreadable barcode. Welcome to the future where prices are adjusted slightly upwards to take account of the losses to shoplifting.
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The article says a connecting rod bearing is the problem.
A con rod has two bearings, a big one where it connects with the crankshaft and a small one where it connects to the piston. Whichever, yes, it's a major problem, lots of parts and labour involved in fixing it.
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Mr KiplingNov. 17 07:35 pm JST
The only answer is mass deportation and a total ban on immigration.
A better response would to be very careful who you invite in. And swiftly deport those who don't meet expectations.
20-20 hindsight is a wonderful gift but I'm talking about a solution to an existing problem which is there because nobody listened to your advice in the past. What should have happened didn't and the resulting problem needs to be dealt with.
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connecting rod bearings in the engine can wear and seize due to a manufacturing error, damaging the engines.
Big end or little end? Incomplete information.
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Rawa Majid, the "Kurdish Fox"
and then look at the two pictures above and the reason is obvious. The only answer is mass deportation and a total ban on immigration.
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Posted in: I have asked not only Mr Kishida, but also Mr Abe and each of the previous prime ministers to the point where I am disgusted. I have been frustrated for decades, and I am tired of it. See in context
talk this matter with Kim directly...
I suspect that not even Kim knows what happened to the poor girl. I fear that she is long dead, North Korea has nothing to gain by keeping her against her will.
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Eating/drinking soup etc. directly from the bowl. If you've spent years being given chopsticks with your bowl of soup ....................................
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DP World's advisor on its response to the cyberattack, Alastair MacGibbon, said there had been "unauthorised activity in the system".
Data had been taken by "someone malicious or unauthorised", he told Nine Network television, without giving details of the nature of the stolen information.
Mr MacGibbon: it is your job to make sure that this cannot happen.
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Did the car survive the shootout uninjured?
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Future shopping will be via internet/home delivery or from streets/shops full of vending machines selling everything under the watchful eyes of security cameras.
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Did you expect the article to tell you the guy’s mailing address? Not sure why that information would be relevant.
Not sure why you are writing about a mailing address, that's rather odd as mailing addresses are never reported so not sure why you brought that up so, why did you?
What Yubaru is rightly saying is that unless this guy has PR he must have a permanent address which is known to Immigration and he doesn't he is subject to arrest and possible deportation. (Maybe it's also a requirement for PR too, I'm not sure).
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That will have the Norks shaking in their boots.
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