2022.01.16 15:22 call_me_dora Praktikumplatz Medienzentrum
I’m starting tomorrow and I’m a bit nervous. I need some advice and I have a few questions
They didn’t give us any information on what to wear so what should I wear if I’m going to a media centre?? Will they go a bit easy on us or will they just throw us into it and expect us to know and be good at it? Will they be harsh with us?
I’m sorry for the stupid questions I’m just a bit nervous. I want some advice and see how your first Praktikum was like
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2022.01.16 15:22 Mynewsify-Website Trust your gut when it comes to sugar, study says, FOX News : Health
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2022.01.16 15:22 Own_Band_ Why quadratic equation is parabolic
2022.01.16 15:22 wadey901 El Rayo Buenavista Del Norte, Tenerife [DJI Mini 2]
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2022.01.16 15:22 basic_info YSK shrink-flation is just as bad as inflation, but sometimes harder to identify!
Why YSK: Shrink-flation occurs when manufacturers and retailers keep prices the same but give you less product while the consumer is not necessarily aware that they are receiving less product.
Watch out for slightly redesigned packaging for stuff you normally buy. If the package says "new look" or "new packaging", this could be a tipoff.
For example, my family buys a particularly brand of hand soap. It cost $2.99 for a 12oz bottle for the last couple of years. Then a few weeks ago, I noticed the bottle was now 11.4oz and the price stayed the same. The "new improved package" was meant to hide the fact that you are receiving less product for your money!
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2022.01.16 15:22 JaywalkingTheWorld Long Beach Marina. CA.
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2022.01.16 15:22 choopiewaffles This is probably gonna sound stupid but what happens when my tyre loses its curvature?
Basically I do a lot of highway rides and not a lot of cornering unfortunately and after 6 months of riding I noticed that my tyre is becoming a little square-ish. I still have a lot of thread though but I’m still a bit concerned.
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2022.01.16 15:22 caroline_Penny This Facebook Etsy suggestion
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2022.01.16 15:22 Eastern_Somewhere_21 @Ccentino
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2022.01.16 15:22 iammithani I'm pedophobic, don't change my mind
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2022.01.16 15:22 Inadorable Chats with the Hopeful (2/2): KalvinLokan
As part of our Labour leadership election, I have decided to interview the two major candidates running to be the next Labour Leader. The second of these two interviews will be with KalvinLokan, the First Minister of Northern Ireland.
Ina: It's no secret that you have been a... controversial politician. So let me get straight to the point - what will you do differently as Labour leader than you have done in the past to avoid such controversy?
Kalvin: An active leadership team is a leadership team that avoids controversy by enabling the leader, deputy leader and chair to bounce policy, comments and debate off each other, and which we've seen when done in MQs, results in an extremely successful response to drummed up opposition controversy. Furthermore, everyone is learning a learning experience, and believe me I have had a chance to learn.
Ina: It’s interesting that you view the role of your fellow leadership as one to help avoid controversy - usually, the leader is supposed to be the one keeping the rest of the party out of controversy and backing them where necessary. Whilst no one can doubt your willingness to defend members, do you think you yourself would be able to get members out of controversy and indeed, avoid them entering such a status?
Kalvin: The role of Leadership is to back the members and each other. No one person can make every decision alone and get the best result. Leadership is there to work together, and sticking to the idea that it would be the sole (or majority) responsibility of the Leader is where an inactive leadership can cripple a party's ability to take part in politics. I've gotten members out of controversy in the PWP, I've carried the party through rough patches and taken members aside when we've needed to discuss matters privately. Whether it be by fighting the fight, putting the team on my back, or having a quiet word and apologising, I've always been willing to get us through controversy. Don't let the willingness to apologise when we need to ever let you think I won't back the party unequivocally, there isn't a genuine person in the House who would tell you I do anything less than stand up for my members through thick and thin.
Ina: The ideological position of a number of past Labour leaders have been quite well-known. I, for example, was known as a socialist, where Gregor was regarded as someone more on the right of the party. How would you describe yourself ideologically and what policies would you view as characteristic for your politics?
Kalvin: I've always put myself on the hard-left ideologically, but the soft-to-centre-left pragmatically. I'm not a dogmatic ideologue, no one has the answers for all the world's problems in their one book and it's critical that we take on perspectives from all parts of leftist thought. Union representation is a key part of policy for me. Understanding the interests of the trade unions is critical, but also so is the fundamental principle of the mixed economy. Investment should be invited, but we have to keep regulation strict, and public services, in the public hand, run for public good.
Ina: What policy position differentiates you from the other candidates?
Kalvin: I think the principle of mixed economy is going to be a heavy divide, the other candidates position themselves on the left certainly, and the notion of inviting private investment in sectors is going to get controversial when facing down the fact that there is a support to keep policy just like that of Solidarity from other candidates in many regards. Also a support for the idea that we don't just need one sides policies. Other candidates have openly stated their belief that "we are a socialist party, and we have to have socialist policy." We're a big tent party, with an alliance of every breed of leftist, and the way you build a strong party is by taking from every part of the left movement.
Ina: Do you think that members would be enthused by such a policy of encouraging private investment?
Kalvin: I don’t know. If people elect me then there is grounds to have that conversation, because its an important one to have. A mixed economy is a clear separation between us and Solidarity, and it helps deliver the best of innovation and development alongside the best of public services being run for the public.
Ina: A number of Labour members have left the party or gone inactive over the past year, including a number of people who have been quite high in the party, such as Chief Whip NeatSaucer and former leader model-kyosanto. Would you try to work to bring them back, or do you think that we should look inward towards the future of our party, rather than those who led it in the past?
Kalvin: People move on; some will come back on their own as I did after a travel through other parties, but the fact is that when you take that leap elsewhere, it isn't the job of the party to keep to the old to bring you back, we have to keep moving forward and build a future where the ideas of here and now, to face the issues of hear and now are the driving principle behind our party.
Ina: There has been talk during this election of finally implementing a number of internal reforms to improve the functioning of the Labour party. Some of these have been tried in the past, such as the mentorship programme, whilst others are newer and untested, like giving every member of leadership a clear role. Do you have any ideas of what could be done yourself?
Kalvin: There is always talk of reform, for me what is most important is that such reform comes through a membership vote, not ever through the dictats of leadership. On the specific ones, mentorship is an idea I championed last time I was in Labour, and indeed I mentored newer members in the party and in the PWP when I left. As for specificity in roles, of course we need clear lines in Leadership, but also a broad portfolio for the entire group so that they have a collective, as well as individual responsibility.
Ina: A membership vote on implementing certain programmes like mentorship and leadership responsibilities seems a bit excessive, no? Surely the NEC should have the ability to decide these kinds of policies themselves?
Kalvin: I very much disagree. A mentorship program needs people who want to be involved, and needs those who will be mentored to want it. Creating a mentorship program without party support is asking for the program to fail. The precedent is that the NEC would create a plan for such policy, and that goes to membership, not the NEC deciding on a rule addition. Role responsibilities is the same for different reasons. At the end of the day, party members need to support the leadership candidates doing what they are doing, and the NEC deciding that a Leader has a job that members don't want them to have is asking for disunity on it. The NEC drafts recommendations, and the party votes on it. Party democracy on party rules is key and I would be very concerned if efforts were made to circumvent membership on matters like this.
Ina: Is it circumventing the membership if candidates are elected running on clear policy platforms?
I can promise a hundred things as Leader. And if 51 of them were things people liked and elected me because of, I wouldn’t have a mandate as Leader to then implement everything without consultation. The party is democratic socialist, which means membership voices aren’t a by-product of the party, but they are the party, and they’re a critical part of it. My platform isn’t just on mentorship programs, if it was, then you could argue that winning on the first ballot would be a clear mandate. But I’m not, there are more than one things to be run on, and I can’t claim to know exactly what the membership thinks until they are asked.
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2022.01.16 15:22 FUCK50C1ETY 🚨 Arthur 🇧🇷 will STAY at Juventus. The only player on the move this month is Ramsey 🏴. #Juventus #AFC (via @Gazzetta_it)
2022.01.16 15:22 grimreefer213 I’m completely unable to save new outfits. I tried no outfit and creating one from scratch, I tried modifying an existing outfit. I can’t save any outfits or store them on my horse. Is anyone else experiencing this?
2022.01.16 15:22 TheLeftLeg “*patiently waiting to steal your leftover croutons* 😇🥗 “
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2022.01.16 15:22 akairyu777 Is it weird that I'm the kind of person who just gets more hyped when I hear/read spoilers on a certain movie/episode?
I noticed this trait of mine a year ago. I have friends who were really against spoilers, but for me I didn't mind them (though I wouldn't spoil to anybody who didn't ask for it). In contrast to my friends, I was just more hyped to see how the spoilers would play out.
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2022.01.16 15:22 youngboxershorts yall try that muscat fanta?
2022.01.16 15:22 Mynewsify-Website Prince William recalls how he had differences with Queen over wedding attire, The News International – Entertainment
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2022.01.16 15:22 xena_lawless NYT trying to provide some political cover for the money-printing kleptocrats enslaving the working classes
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2022.01.16 15:22 spiffy1209 what is one thing you wish DRG could improve on ingame?
2022.01.16 15:22 arlarafi Hoping for a VIN soon
10/28 order date, Northern Virginia LR Blue/Black, 18", no FSD, third update of EDD last week to 1/26 - 2/9, after pushing from 1/14-1/28. Still no VIN. Reading all the VIN and Delivery emails gives me a little more hope a VIN is coming soon...
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2022.01.16 15:22 Kataporis What constitutes rape between two women?
2022.01.16 15:22 gtagamer1 [USA-NY][H] Pixel 6 Pro 128gb, Pixel 5a 5g 128gb (Unlocked) [W] Paypal, Local Cash
I have 2 pixels for sale. The Pixel 6 Pro is lightly used, it was purchased new in November, I purchased it secondhand recently, but I don't really like the curved glass edges or the in screen fingerprint reader. There are some light scratches on the screen as the previous owner didn't use a screen protector (see pictures, lamp is in excellent position to highlight them, barely noticeable while using). I have a case and the original box, but not the charger and adapter. The device is the AT&T variant, I'm unsure if its unlocked but I will submit an unlocking request today so it should be taken care of down the line. Asking $750 local or $800 shipped.
The Pixel 5a 5g has been my daily driver since November. It's an excellent phone, but I use my camera quite frequently and have been looking for something with better zoom (hence the Pixel 6 Pro purchase). I have a tempered glass screen protector and rugged case installed, they've been on the phone since day 1. The phone itself is in mint condition. I have the original box with the charger and usb a-c adapter, manuals, etc. I'll also include the case, and however many replacement screen protectors I still have. This phone was purchased from Google so it should be unlocked. Asking $400
Local is Rochester, NY. I might entertain trades for other phones with similar camera abilities.
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2022.01.16 15:22 MatchInternational45 Am I right? (holy shit I’m gonna get a lot of hate for this)
2022.01.16 15:22 giorgoska IS BUYING TWITTER NOW VALUE INVESTING ?
2022.01.16 15:22 itbettersnow Will James Webb telescope be able to see exoplanets and stars in great detail like the images we have of the celestial bodies in our own solar system?