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2023.06.10 22:58 Hatrct Using ChatGPT for a good cause

Unfortunately, meaningful study of history starts at the undergraduate level. It is a shame that they don't teach this in high school, and it is a shame that the vast majority in undergrad temporarily rote memorize the knowledge in their history and history-related courses just to pass the exam and then forget it after, especially because for most students these courses fall under electives. I already studied the below extensively in numerous courses in university and critically analyzed and connected the concepts across courses over 100s of hours, so I am picking a practical summary that you can use chatGPT to learn more about in less time.
As you read this post, remember that our neoliberal capitalist politicians and bankers and CEOs, who are our leaders and run the country, barely know any of the following knowledge. Even the most educated of them, their education is limited to isolated narrow specializations like economics (of capitalism) and modern law (which was shaped by many of the incorrect thinkers/ideologies named below). Isn't it bizarre? How can you run a country when you don't even understand the validity and morality of the ideology and systems your rule is based on? Also, the vast majority of the electorate is unfortunately largely unaware the vast majority of the knowledge below.
I highly recommend everybody to study world history since the beginning of humanity around 200k years ago, and especially European history since the 1500s, and try to see how everything logically connects in each specific era: geography, art, technology, political philosophies/systems (this will also make you realize that "determinism" makes more sense than "free will"). This would reduce ignorance and racism, and also shed light on how the modern failure of a neoliberal capitalist system came into place. If more people realized the incorrect pillars this system is based on, they would be less likely to continuously vote for the politicians who prop it up, and we can finally take a step toward meaningful change, toward meaningfully fixing issues such as the economy and environmental degradation and damage.
I highly recommend you use ChatGPT to learn about the following periods/people:

The Renaissance.
The Protestant Reformation.
The Scientific Revolution.
The Age of Enlightenment. (This one is particular useful in terms of showing why we have the incorrect modern neoliberal capitalist system, because the thinkers of this time erroneously thought that humans are rational, which has been proven false by the modern literature. This kind of thinking is what led to bizarre concepts such as US gun laws. I would also recommend you check out "negative freedom/liberty" vs "positive freedom/liberty".)
As you learn about each era, you see how each one builds on each other. They are in chronological order.
Some important figures (that modern neoliberal Western capitalism is built on) you can research:
Thomas Hobbes (incorrect thinking: mistook his immediate environment as human nature; this is where the modern incorrect capitalist notion of "humans are selfish and have unlimited greed" comes from. no, humans are not selfish, humans are built for self-preservation: this is NOT the same thing as "humans are naturally hardwired to accumulate unlimited wealth that they can't even use while starving billions for it". It depends on the nature of the society, if society is built in a way that punishes selfishness and rewards altruism, then in order to self-preserve, people would have to show a degree of altruism. Modern capitalism mistakes cause and effect: obviously, if the system you live in rewards selfishness and punishes altruism, then people will have to act selfish to self-preserve, this does not mean that this is "human nature". Unlimited greed is not consistent with evolutionary theory and makes no rational sense.)
John Locke (much of the US constitution is based on his largely incorrect thinking, people like Ted Cruz act consistent with his thinking; his ideas serve the bedrock for the bizarre idea that "a central state should not have too much power otherwise it will automatically be corrupt"= but in practice this lead to neoliberalism= the government becomes so weak that corporations practically hijack it run it/use it solely for their own benefit, which is even worse than an oppressive central state, because corporations have absolutely 0 regard for humans and the environment, whereas a central state would be motivated to please people at least a little bit, even the worse dictators please their people to some degree due to fear of being toppled, whereas corporations would literally let the world burn for 1 cent more profit)
John Stuart Mill (mostly good thinking)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (mostly good thinking)
The stuff in parentheses above is my interpretation/opinion based on thinking about this stuff critically for 100s of hours. You don't have to agree. I just hope you do your own research on these timelines/historical figures.
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2023.06.10 22:24 Muffinfeds Interview with QAHALOM Founder

Interview with Leslie Arbouin Vargas. Founder and CEO of QAHOLOM.
Tell me about QAHOLOM.
I had been thinking of becoming independent for many years. During this time, I was working in Multi-Latin and Multinational companies like Grupo Familia, Jerónimo Martins, Ernest & Young Consulting. The time came where I decided to take the giant leap forward with all the experience I had accumulated. I had the motivation to be a grain of sand in the country and help with employment opportunities for people and help bring my business idea to the country. I wanted to take advantage of the knowledge I had gained in IT and use that in a closer circle. In addition, the generations of today don’t have as many obligations as we did when were growing up so I wanted to create an economic company where it could be maintained over time rather than risk of being replaced at any time. With all these factors and looking to start a new company in 2016, I decided to retire at my previous position to go after my business idea. Let me just say it’s not easy to decide to leave everything and get out of your comfort zone to lose your monthly salary to pursue your business idea.
Anyways, I left my previous company and dedicated myself to study for three months to create the business plan and business model. I’ve always been very fond of information technology, of the importance of information and the potential that information has. That was my main vision during those three months. This was back in 2016 so remember that back then the terms of artificial intelligence, robotization, digital automation knowledge was still ethereal. I wanted to make those technologies that were already available in Colombia at that time, in companies like Bancolombia or Sura. The processes existed in these very large companies, and I wanted to be able to democratize that access to smaller companies. I began to see that many of these features are charged on demand. The development of the cloud came with great force, through the clouds of Amazon, Microsoft, Huawei. They had been implementing consumption by demand for interesting technology. I was quite interested in this so I decided to go more into the demand management path. After a long time thinking about this, I decided to start.
I was following our company’s phrase phrase: “The future isn’t predicted, it is created”, a phrase from Abraham Lincoln. And from so much thinking and saying “Where is this going to go? What am I going to do?” In that moment it was very hard for me to understand where the technology was going. I said to myself, “Just roll up your sleeves and start with what there is”, and that’s how I decided to start… without even knowing very well what I wanted to build. I was looking to manage complete automated business processes, and not get into the world of pure automation because I don't think pure automation has much value compared to an automated management process. Another pillar was the human value. We never justified a project by the number of people that are replaced, but by the scalability that can be given to the business through the way people work with the technologies. People start to change their mind and they start to change their professional profile and really enhance their value. We approach projects more from that point of view than from the replacement of human resources.
We began with our first client who believed in us and again, we didn’t know what technology to use or how to build it. We slowly began to find the way. We kept looking back at the company phrase I mentioned earlier. It has to be this way, by doing and if not, there is no other way. From there we found the method, the form, how to sell. At first it was very difficult for people to understand me, what we wanted to do, it was even hard for me to explain it because I didn't know how to put it together very well either. Over time we were able to explain our services well. The Pandemic arrived and although it was scary for all of us, it was very important for us because there were more ears in terms of digital issues and it facilitated the entrance to the organizations. We started contracting people and thanks in large part to the pandemic, we never decided to open a brick-and-mortar office. Today, I have many employees that aren’t in Medellín and are in different Colombian cities and countries.
Our business is focused on offering the possibility to digitalize your workforce through a mix of technologies: Digitalization, cognitive learning, robotization, artificial intelligence, and visualization. We master digital work. What we do is we use a virtual machine, and we put it into the organization just like when a consultant arrives at a company. The company then gives me access for that computer so I can enter and access the tools with which the virtual machine needs to work internally, for example, e-mail and operating systems like SAP or Oracle, base applications like Microsoft 365, company databases. We also integrate our application so organizations can interact with the information because it’s not just automation, it’s managing the process from end to end. There will be points where users need to interact with the organizations. For example, “Give me your opinion on this. Send me this form so I can include it on this billing process”, so they work with the human teams. We charge under the SAS model. So, let's say for the companies, they don't need to erode their capex initially. They can charge as an operating expense and there are many, almost all of them already enter it as an operating expense. What do companies get? It allows companies to have complete control of the process, visualize processes that were previously invisible, as they weren’t digitized, improve productivity, have the employees focus their attention on things they actually want to do.
Of course, there’s always the fear that employees will be replaced by machines, but what actually ends up happening is humans shift to the tasks that they actually enjoy. I’ll give you an example, we worked with a client, Pintuco, and they had the same fears. We did a workshop with the employees and the boss, and we asked them what they needed in their jobs, what did they always ask their boss about, but the boss didn’t have the human resources to approve that request? They told us that are always stuck in the computers instead of working with the vendors. The conversation got very interesting with the employees saying that they don’t have time to talk to the vendors and clients. Now, they have an additional sales force that accompanies the customer, the vendors because the information needs to pivot back and forth from inventory to transportation. So after we came in, that team became an additional sales force, no one was let go. They’re now able to sell better and sell more.
What inspired you to create QAHOLOM?
I don’t think there was anything specific. It came out of many things, what you want from life, what you want to contribute society, what are you passionate about, what you want for your future. I can’t pinpoint something specific, but I always was motivated to be an owner of a company. Since Uni I carried this motivation, and it was normal to have fears about starting it. I always think if a Uni graduate who wants to create a company like QAHOLOM, what would their journey be like? Well, honestly it would be almost impossible. The reason being that you’re just a Uni graduate with no work experience and you’re suddenly approaching CEOs of big companies and you’re trying to sell how you’re going to scale their business with technologies. It’s going to be a hard road convincing them of all of that when you don’t have experience. Anyways, I always had the vision of wanting to be an entrepreneur.
Tell me about what you do on a typical day. What do you do at your job?
Everything. Most importantly, I sell everyday. I call potential clients whether it’s the first call or it’s the second call, or to charge them. I have meetings with the team to know what they’re doing. We use digital tools to be able to work wherever we are. We use tools that help us construct diagrams, models, and brainstorming because this is key in our area. I work with the accountant to look at the invoices, charges. I meet with partners who I’ve had the pleasure of calling partners thanks to doing business with them. It starts when you are in a company, you are very involved in your topic. You meet many people with many interests, and you can see a possibility for business in other areas. I help develop ideas talking with people, small businesses who are just starting to grow. I’m always working on everything!
What do you love about what you do?
I love seeing people grow, change, and improve. We have a focus on the education side too. We have two people in distant locations who we hope can use the tech we use. Right now, we are helping them in this educational process so that one day they can join the company or other companies within the same sector. That’s a big focus for QAHOLOM, being able to help people grow professionally. In the company, I have people from Chocó, people from very humble backgrounds. We finance part of their educations; we help prepare them with technological knowledge. All of this is something I’ve always been passionate about. It motivates me to grow more so I have more money to finance education for people who want to self-improve.
Another thing is being able to contribute to the economic employment here in Colombia, to be able to provide a formal employment to someone and give them a good salary. Transfrorming society even in the smallest circle that you are a part of – that’s something that motivates me. Lastly, I love information at the professional level, how can one transform companies from the use of information technology?
It's funny, I’ve had zero turnover since I started the company. There was one person who left on their own terms because he asked for a promotion, but I couldn’t give him one at the time. The next day he came in and finished the company. This was three years ago, he had access to everything through the Cloud and deleted everything! So, when we woke up there was nothing. We were fortunate enough that Microsoft helped us from India and other countries, and we were able to recover a large part of our operations. Our clients understood what happened and waited for us. After two months, we were able to re-establish our full operations. I tell this story because it’s like if you brought someone in to work for your factory and they light your factory on fire. After him, no one has left our company, everyone has been happy working at QAHOLOM. That’s beautiful to me because I initially thought I was going to have high employee turnover, especially in the technology sector which is used to high turnover.
What’s the hardest part about what you do?
The hardest part is the most passionate part, maintaining the team and maintaining the self-development of the people. It takes time and effort to motivate them, stay present, see the work advance, maintain the discipline, maintain the methodology, etc. The people are the most beautiful part and the hardest part at the same time. The tech is hard but once you study it, you learn it, if the methodology is complex, you work on it in a disciplined form until you get it. People always have moving variables so it’s the most challenging work.
Tell me about some plans QAHOLOM has for the near future.
We want to become the biggest support labour force through digital technology. If someone wants something incredibly fast, we want to be able to train that algorithm to meet that demand. So the challenge right now is perhaps to increase the speed of training on algorithms and mediating the incorporation of new technologies. Today we’ve incorporated Azure OpenAi and that’s helped us improve our training speed significantly. Right now the goal is to take on the new challenges of technology and improve the training of the digital labour force.
Full Interview:
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2023.06.10 21:47 TheOnlyPeakyBlinder Chance me for Duke, Vanderbilt, NYU, Tufts and T25s.

GPA 4.0
ECs Investment banking internship, research, published paper, started 2 clubs (one related to my major and one for Harry Potter)…lmk whatever ECs I should add more.
2 LORs
Major Finance or economics
While Middle Eastern male attending community college in the midwest.
HS Stats:
HS GPA under 3.0 (very low due to COVID and other factors that happened).
Good ECs
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2023.06.10 21:46 cherrylemontea Chance a very very mid massachusetts girly for NYU

Rising senior, south Asian female lol! I go to an above average public high school in MA (t30 in for public schools in the state) here are my stats:
3.6 W GPA (i have no idea how to calculate unweighted) it was a 3.2ish freshman year and a 3.9ish sophomore year. im predicting a 4.1/4.2 this year which should bring the cumulative up to a 3.7/3.8, hoping this shows improvement though?
My grades are majority A's, with a 4 B's freshman year and one C this (junior) year
2 AP classes this year (Psych and APUSH) and 1 self study (AP macroecon) predicting 4s/5s on all (maybe a 3 if i get really unlucky)
senior year courseload: 3 AP classes next year (Music Theory, Lit, and Euro)
1460 SAT but im retaking and I think I can get 1500+ (700 EBRW 760 Math)
Didn't take the ACT (Should I?)
- Speech and Debate for 3 years (all except freshman) I'm really dedicated and am the lead for my specific event. May even write an essay about how much the club and debating means to me. I do really well, qualify for states every year, consistently rank top 5.
- DECA for 3 years (all except sophomore) Not the best at this one, never made it past districts lol
- Been taking piano lessons for 4 years. My instructor knows me really well and I may have her write one of my LOR
- Had a job for about a year teaching kids to swim lol. Not sure if I should list that as it was really only like 9 months.
Other than that there isn't a lot. I've been taking Orchestra for 4 years but that's class, since only about 30 kids from my school (out of 1.6k) take it, it may make me stand out
I plan to go BALLER on my essays too, they carried my sister's app and I'm really good at essay writing like she is. Assuming the best, what are my chances for NYU? I figured they're pretty low, but I plan to ED there since I really wanna go to NYC and I don't have many other options. My intended majors would be linguistics and international affairs, mayybeee economics but that gets competitive and I'm not sure yet if I wanna pursue it. These are the rest of the schools I plan to apply to:
Reaches ; NYU, Boston U, Northeastern, Middlebury, University College London, McGill U
Targets ; Umass Amherst, UConn, American U, Fordham, George Washington U
Safeties ; Umass Lowell, Stony Brook U, U of New Hampshire, U of Vermont, Trinity College Dublin
Let me know if the ED to NYU is worth it AT ALL, like if I have any shot whatsoever, or if that's better spent on a different school. And chance me for my other schools if you feel like it. Thank you!
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2023.06.10 21:37 ZaBaronDV Beyond Red, Blue, and Yellow: The 2012 United States Progressive National Convention

Election season has rolled around in the United States, and already things have gone crazy. Breaking with tradition, President Joe Biden lost the Democrat nomination for President, and to the former Governor of Montana Mike Gravel, who controversially chose for his running mate the sitting Secretary of the Interior John Kerry of Massachusetts.
Not it's time for the Progressive Party to choose its candidate, and since the 2008 split in the Progressives and John Kerry's departure from the Party, things have been in chaos. The Party that once united so strongly behind Howard Dean in 2004 is in a leadership crisis, divided between what have become known as the Vilsackers, the larger portion of the Party who support Tom Vilsack, and the Andersonites, the smaller but no less passionate supporters of Rocky Anderson. And so the Convention convenes in Madison, Wisconsin...

Fmr. Mayor Rocky Anderson of Utah

The former Mayor of Salt Lake City and former Presidential candidate from 2008, Anderson is back to tackle the campaign trail once more. Anderson definitely made a splash in the election, outperforming expectations. Anderson was the greenest Mayor in Salt Lake City's history, and reformed the city's justice system. Of particular note, however, is Anderson's plan for a massive expansion of the country' railway system, which he says will turn things around economically for the nation by both creating jobs and expediting commerce. But Anderson is controversial in his own Party, with mixed opinion in his own home State. He's also already lost an election, and that could be seen as him being damaged goods. To say nothing of the bitter relationship he has with Vilsack's wing of the Progressives.

Fmr. Governor Tom Vilsack of Iowa

Tom Vilsack, like Rocky Anderson, is back after two failed campaigns in 2004 and 2008, where he tried to run for President but ended up being Vice President. This time, Vilsack is going for it all; He won't accept being Vice President. Vilsack is a proponent of tax increases to provide funding for social programs and create a surplus. He's also pushing even harder to take his State's Grow Values Fund to the national level, in order to create high-paying jobs. While this had a mixed reception in 2008, now it seems like that has only matured in value since. That said, he and his wing of the Progressives are not popular with the Anderson wing, and any such split of the vote would lead to a Progressive loss.

Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont

The first of two compromise candidates to come forward this time around, Bernie Sanders is the self-avowed democratic socialist Senator of Vermont and an old ally of Howard Dean, making him perhaps able to bridge the gap between the Vilsackers and Andersonites. He strongly supports auditing the Federal Reserve, increasing taxes as needed, and even working in parts of Vilsacks Grow Values Fund and Anderson's proposed expansion of the nation's railway. All this to be included with health reform and a total reevaluation of foreign policy. That said, Sanders' avowed socialist political leanings makes a number of citizens nervous, and he has a considerably more mixed political image outside of New England. But one has to ask if winning is really more important than reuniting the fractured Party?

Jill Stein of Massachusetts

Another compromise candidate comes in the form of the physician Dr. Jill Stein of Massachusetts. Stein's proposed plan to tackle the economic issues comes in the form of the Green New Deal, a name hearkening back to the days of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Called ambitious by some and unrealistic by others, Stein's Green New Deal is controversial even within the Party itself. On the balance, she is relatively unknown outside of New England, and does little to appeal to the Vilsackers or Andersonites.
It's now up to the delegates. Who will carry the Progressives into 2012 as the Presidential nominee?
View Poll
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2023.06.10 21:36 cicatrixandtreats Hit 10,000 hours today

Hit 10,000 hours today
Technically, it's higher due to how many films I rewatched as a kid (child of the 80s and 90s), but it's letterboxd official as of this morning.
"No one cares." I know, I know.
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2023.06.10 21:33 cicatrixandtreats Hit 10,000 hours today

Hit 10,000 hours today
Technically, it's higher due to how many films I rewatched as a kid (child of the 80s and 90s), but it's letterboxd official as of this morning.
"No one cares." I know, I know.
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2023.06.10 21:32 AwkwardBurritoChick [Transcript] OMG Let's Beeze Livestream

This transcript is from the livestream called "OMG Let's Beeze" instead of a Highlight.
skin looks bad where's my filters and there we go hi babe you're first hello
hi Lulu you're so early - yeah I know it's just all us now...the beezers, the beezers are first babe is first king Beezer. Gemini gem, what's new and exciting ? guess who's back...Lynn the pig and Grandma's back, back again...warmly...I know I'm terrible sorry you know just have a lot going on...Marissa 24 months you are the loyalist of beezers, I swear! radiation, you deserve every arm shake of that, I call them girl...hi shoot kickers and rats Ava hi, hi beezers
oh my God it's hot in this room.. why, why is it hot in this room? oh yeah so don't fear don't fret
um I'm in the spare room with the door shut there's no pets in here and I don't know if it's because it's vapor but uh this dissipates like instantly. it's not like lingering. tobacco smoke like two minutes later, you would not be able to smell anything in this house of... any kind of tobacco at all. you'll bring the fan really I would, so. appreciate that, honestly
Golden Girl, one year ~oh my gosh~ you deserve that too loyal Beezer ~~ Ready, Set! when did you guys all start watching me? I need to know... I'm curious what caught you onto my channel hi Carolina [Music]
these are... do I look like a virtuous woman? don't answer that... I will follow him, follow him, wherever he may go... I don't want to have that in my head all of a sudden [laughs] and on my hijab... style is kind of weird today. it looks like I have like a floppy chin. you know? like, three years ago no way...I can't believe I've been on YouTube for how long now
sanela, hi...
how long has it been? foodie Beauty days. Beauty foodie days... a couple of you now you get to see me in my marriage Arc. I'm very, very thankful for that. when I look back on some parts of my life, I'm, like, still, like, sometimes... I still wake up and I'm, like, I can't believe I'm here in the Middle East married to a wonderful man, you know? it's crazy. it's, like, surreal almost. I don't know
yeah, it is warm in this room. I don't know why... they're just, like, well... it's well ventilated but I don't know... maybe just because I'm so used to having the fan on me all times. you love the henna ink? thank you ~ yeah it's um very dark... I chose the black. they're like, do you want black or do you want red? so I'm like a half black but um... it's very nice you know?
my lovely angel, hey baby, oh you have to show them your beard cut! you had a beard trim... if I searched Amber... thank you so much for bringing that to me because.... oh wait.. the.. she said... yeah, it should be okay right? yeah, yeah the reality
the content room.... the content room needs to be a few... a few uh degrees lower, okay? nice... yeah, thanks... that's perfect. thanks for making me comfortable, my sweet love... you're welcome honey
sir, on YouTube during the Amber and Johnny Trail... Amberly came up? no way hi visas ~ oh my God ~ doesn't he look like 20 years younger? surprise...we could really see her mouth no more beard hair. you're still my handsomest man...handsomest man.... handsomest man
you guys are used to him with his beard now, huh, but whenever we met each other, this is, like, the look he had this one called the Summer Style. yeah it's too hot...yeah it's too hot for all the facial hair right? does it make a difference? yes, yes
he's too handsome - careful Chantel he's not going anywhere right? yeah
thank you guys oh I missed a bunch of comments okay
baby I'll keep using with them...yeah thank you, babe/ okay guys see you in the chat yeah and uh, they'll come live with me one of these days soon and do his own streams
hey I forgot the lights look better in the there two lights in here or one? [Music] turn one off...Okay, thanks. not all of them yeah...
hello Beezus foreign [Laughter]
[Laughter] thanks baby
creepy spooky looks good with your hair, looks dark and handsome
oh yeah...if you got a new mask [Laughter] it's spooky. that's cool.. it looks cool. I like it thank you honey [Laughter] happy Halloween everybody! eyesight shot yes my favorite movie actually. besides The Shining. which are both Kubrick movies... by the way, okay, which lighting makes me look nicer? the other one? I think this one wait check try the other one again.
I love you, honey pinch
whoa~ this one.. yeah, this one. the other one reminds me of a bait my basement. when I was a kid we had this...okay let me catch up here ...I travel mayonnaise [Laughter]....okay see you later alligator! someone... someone has to sound bite that [laugh] I've got that one there sorry, guys. I'm gonna be gonna contain my chin... and also... okay let me catch up here... I swear.
okay, um ,thanks Golden Girl...yeah, this is the henna but it goes like to here. I usually don't show you guys my wrists but you can see for the the purpose of the henna. so I washed my hands a bunch of times and it's still... I did the dishes. it's still on strong so I'm happy about that. are you going to address? uh, did you tip the artist? what what a weird question, duh... Whitney, actually tips are not very common here, but yeah I did. um, what are you looking for honey?
my phone? I think you see it you left your phone here no in the bedroom maybe yeah. um are you going to address all the fires in your home country?the fire...? there's fires in Canada right now? oh really?! yeah, in Quebec... Quebec area. I think eh.. um.. yeah, in specific, uh, area or what? yeah, I have to look it up. I'm not really sure. like, I know in Quebec region but was like five years ago.. it's fine, I think, yeah, I don't know how severe it is... but there's, like, it's causing a lot of smog like in the US as well.. it's like going everywhere is all that I know.
[Note: some regions of Canada and the US had highest impurity rates globally from the particles in the air making the air dangerous for some people]
Michelle, they will be safe, yeah. thanks for the super chat. um, are they gonna start blaming me for the wildfires? yeah, I don't know. I mean, want to hold a vigil or what you like? the trim? it's a lot of the hair. yeah, the beard trim, yeah. thank you, uh Ali L, welcome to put your feet already [ __ ]. please, um, what in the kinky's going on okay?
we're in a room... welcome to budget piece and we're just like beeze, oh, I'm really behind... basic basic, it was smoky in Toronto. the air is bad really? well, I heard that it's bad.. like the small the the smoke or whatever...we got Eyes Wide Shut... that reminds me Andre Marie that was, like, one of my favoritest movies. favoritest movies ever! I love it. this is a weird hijab style... it was just like I had to get ready fast. so, I'm in the spare room right now. hi Ali L, welcome, welcome!
I know I haven't been going live really but ~oh my gosh~ we have so much going on in our lives and the new the pets are keeping me really busy. I have, like, a whole routine like I don't know how people do it with kids... like, I think I would die. like, I don't know if it's just like mentally I'm just not able to cope, with, like, too many responsibilities. because like taking care of home and then taking care of, like.... has been taking care... he takes care of me too... but you know what I mean? and then, like, Howie I have to spend time with Howie in a room by himself. he's he's in a room by himself now and the cat's in a room right now with her, like, food and water because we don't smoke with the pets.
like, you know at all... so um, so, then I have to like get up and like spend some time with howie... give him his vegetables, let him run around kiss him a thousand times and then Julia wakes up. Julia, yeah... welcome back guys! sorry I'm poor, that's okay... it's going to Wisconsin?
Julia cats are good at sneaking. I swear! I swear, she's snuck in the room when I was like coming in to see Howie. I didn't even know she was right behind me so she came in and she kind of just like just stared at him. but I think she...I don't know... she did one thing kind of weird like once, but it never happened again, so I'm okay with it, you know? I'm like, I hope it doesn't become a problem. she doesn't ...I don't think she likes the door being closed and me coming in here and paying attention to him. so one time that she was outside and I wasn't here she like pooped right up front of the door. I think it was like to say, like, "hey this is my territory this is my home, you little rodent" kind of thing but then ever since then she hasn't done it. like, she only did it once, I think, to like, assert her territory and then she just never did it again. she just, like, you know, poops in her box fine and she pees in her box fine and yeah... so far so good, mashallah. like. knock on wood but she's very very loving. she's like. I should have named her shadow she will not...if she's awake she will not...she, like, will not leave your side. like, she's the most loving cat. and if you, just like, you can... she's like a rag doll. like, you can just grab her and and hold her and just, like, and just like, she's just like... floppy and just loves attention and she's constantly....constant, constantly purring but she's also kind of naughty.
like, she's....when she gets the Zoomies, she freaks out and runs around everywhere, jumps all over the place and, like, she plays with things she shouldn't be playing with, you know? so it's like at that age she's, like a kitten right? so we have to like, um, you know, we have to, like, hold on. there we go... we have to feel uncentered. we have to, like, teach her you know? but she's... I say, you know, a lot, but she's like, she's so loving you know?
Hi Megan! so you think you can cats too well? yeah... my solid. what? well, my cheese salad? yeah hi pnv! yes, I hope you're having a good day at work. hi turbo toots! yo guys, yo Salah baby, baby... so yeah she's baby. how are you? do you love Julia? so she's adopting very well. my female cat gets mad at my own Grandma cat and she'll pee in the litter box extra messy. like, I won't even squat...makes a mess, yeah.... cats have strange Behavior sometimes you know? but yeah, I don't know. like, she's she's very hyper sometimes because she's just a kitten right? so I have to make sure to play with her a lot with her feather toy and, like, I have to like daily scoop out toys under the couch because she always gets them lost in there.
[Note: it seems Salah is teaching her basic cat care like a child]
sometimes if I open a bottle of water, like the cap, I'll just throw it. like, hey here's another toy that's not under the couch right now because and she just loves it!
foreign first class falcon getting a hair transplant... where in Turkey? you've always wanted to try that henna? thank you... yeah. it's really cool. I'm glad I tried it out. maybe next time I get it, um, I'll just get the uh,... it's like having a tattoo. like, it's a really cool... like, it looks like a really cool tribal tattoo or something I don't know? when I was watching her do it and it didn't take long at all. she's just, like, you know....
the Kitty's in another room while I'm smoking. and howie do have.... we the other day... I thought he was stuck in his tunnel but he was like, just listening or something... I don't know... because he put a bunch of his corn kernels in the tunnel overnight and he was just sitting in the tunnel, like, this like, like, stiff, like, a mannequin. so I started freaking out. I was like Howie! Howie! so I took all the tunnel apart and I'm holding it like this and he's in it and I'm like trying to go like this and he finally woke up and went... I hear horror stories you people scare me or like he could get stuck in a tunneling so here I am thinking oh my God he's stuck in the tunnel but no he can still, he still has so much room! he can turn around but ~uh oh my gosh~. anyway, I freaked out. that's like, the most exciting thing going on right now. actually Julie is the sweetest Beezer.
she's sleeping.... yeah, [reading comments in live chat] "my daughter has four cats and they were so picky that they each needed their own litter box". yeah... like, when I had the other cats like. we had that big litter box upstairs and then we had another one downstairs and because I was thinking like bbj's old, like, what if she can't make it? like, she had accidents a lot. because, you know, like, mostly starting when she got older. other than that, she was like a good cat her whole life, you know? and Sam no problems. but they ended up just using one litter box, so you know...
my fiance as a kid that honestly don't like... he doesn't even cover his poop. honestl?y Julia doesn't really either. she just goes and leaves it but so I go and I, like, cover it and then I scoop it. it avoids mess on the scooper. but she she gets the worst Zoomies after she goes to the bathroom. I always know when she goes and it's like, "okay, time to go get the scoop the Box" because she, um, I guess I'm keeping everything ultra clean now. and especially, like, you know, we have a smaller... it's smaller than my old place. so it's like you know if you don't ...the smell will just permeate as well. so yeah... she like runs around freaks out
I hear her go like she's so I'm going to the bathroom. people don't put leashes on their dogs. I want to go out. you had a Nashi zombies? yeah? wait... now she's are available right now in Canada, I'm missing out! no, the only matches I find here are coleslaw in them. like, Burger King is the only nashie. like, the Zoomies, I had to explain like salah never had a pet before, right? so this is all new to him so I had to explain what this is... Zoomies were... so I'm looking up Tick Tock videos of Zoomies. Like, he's like, is something wrong with her? I'm like, no, this is normal. check it out and, like, some cats get like the really bad zoomies, you know? it just happened in Florida? young and mischievous, yeah young and full of energy so...
I find smoking shisha makes you um thirsty. yeah, I'm going live a little earlier today because it's like 10 30 here and we're kind of tired. I don't know if you can tell, but I'm a little sleepy. so I don't know how long I'll be on but I wanted to say "hey" because I missed you guys. like, if I don't feel like if I don't go live for a little while, I feel weird. like, oh my God! I missed you guys! you know?
[Note: Chantal has pretended her chats and followers are her second family when she makes them dispensable and has a high turnover. It's a false audience relationship in this regard.]
I can't believe they have the the Nashi in Florida! what the hell?! that's so weird.... it's quarter after 11 here already. that's crazy! as you can see I haven't been able to quit shisha and I don't think I did I didn't do uh\, I didn't do a good mukbang today. so, I'm not gonna put it out. it was kind of boring. I don't know.... maybe I will.... maybe I won't... we'll see.
sorry for always adjusting this....these chiffon ones I could never... I love how they look the most but I could never fix them properly. they never stay in place.. even if I like put them here under my chin see? can you get lavender to smoke, relax you? [reading comments] I don't know can you get lavender shisha... but I think it's only fruit flavors... but I'm not really sure. the water looks good. yeah, these are the water towers in Kuwait. yeah, I just drink a lot of water. like, this is the water bottle water we drink. we buy, like, our whole wall is like full of like water bottles. even if we have a filter, it's like the water in Kuwait in the summer, like, I wanted to have a coldish shower right? I put the water on the coldest setting it was hot. Like I couldn't even shower it was that hot. it was like, so hot I had to wait till evening time to have a shower because the water cools down in the evening. but in the daytime if you want to shower be prepared for the hottest water! it's so hot it was like it felt like 45 degrees today. so... but the AC and the new car is really nice.
Michelle.. and um, we, had like a slush today but I'm not sure about the lavender. Golden Girl, good question... um what did I have for dinner? actually I ate KFC because I was craving it and they have this new flavor of like chicken it's like Flamin Hot Lays and they have chicken tenders...and I had these twisters... and you know I tried to mukbang but I was just, like, in one of those moods where I'm like, what does it look like I'm wearing? shoulder pads? what the heck does it look like I'm wearing shoulder pad?, just like a really tired,hot.... not in a really talkative mood. kind of, like, I am now... so I'm like, I should probably do a live stream, you know? I don't know ....I, I really, just yeah.... I wasn't really in the mood. so I was just, like eating kind of quietly and I think most people um.... what was I gonna say? like, like, conversation with my videos, you know what I mean?
what month does it start getting the hottest? um, I don't know.... babe, what like month, like April... no the hottest actually probably like June? July? like it's gonna be like now but it's gonna get like I think even hotter.
[Note: Useless fact: The longest day of sunlight is on or around 20 June. It takes the earth 30 days to absorb and emit the heat so hottest days in many regions in the northern hemishperes is on or around 20 July]
so why he jumped his face like as big as FFG?!! LMAO! not even close! [Laughter] sorry... but it's true... this is, like, this is material all bunched up by the way but yeah I have a double chin.
July, August, September... um September too? oh great so we have... so here it's like reversed in Canada. the longest season is winter and here is summer [Note: Wait until Chantal learns about the equator]
thanks Golden Girl! thank you! remember this lip gloss... it's guys remember when I went to buy this the Estee Lauder one? um will be 50 to 60. does it hit 60 like every summer? oh my God! I can't imagine... like, I have to go outside even for just a minute to experience what 60 degree weather is like... and we have to do like a test... like, I want to do that fried egg test. we have to put an egg on the pavement and see if it fries... but you know I can go peek my head out come right back in the building because the building is well air even downstairs in the lobby.
I don't know where people get this idea that we don't we don't have AC. it's not's not a third world country um...there's AC everywhere and actually there's, like, um, I don't know like people put charity water tanks all over the town, like, different parts of each City. so, so, like, you can have clean drinking water and then there's like tunnels with like AC so people can have a break and walk through the tunnels instead of being outside. so there's, like, a lot of Refuge... is it respite Refuge? I don't know what word I'm looking for.... there's a lot of.... like, you get a break from the Sun.... if you even just going into malls, like, all the malls are very well air conditioned. um, so I would not be able to, yeah that's hot... I would not be able to survive here without AC. even Salah you will test it and we'll be grilled.
I remember one morning where one morning we woke up and he opens the curtain... actually, we do this every morning, like mashallah, I have to say it...we, we open the windows and we see the the beautiful ocean view.. and I'm like, one time I was like okay.. let's go out and he was like if you go out at this time you will be Chicken on coal! so, we have to wait until a certain time like after 4 or 4 30. I'll melt like cheese.
I wonder if I put cheese out if it will melt... hi Anastasia! sunblock will be useful...yeah, I need to get some, babe, true. creepy comfort and crime, [reading live chat] oh I just seen you... I just saw you ready...welcome, welcome to the very important users! thanks for becoming a Beezer!
yeah and I don't think that I'll be experiencing a winter, you know? not an all gun wood for like the next long while so I don't know when I'll go back to Canada for a visit.... but if I do go back, I'll be like a tourist right? because I don't have a place there anymore so, well it'll be weird be like a a Canada tourist.
[Note: Chantal doesn't understand her own citizenship status with Canada because she doesn't have a physical mailing address or residence. However, she is still a Canadian citizen].
cheese melted 'michelted'... you want to watch a horror movie, babe? I don't know... I might fall asleep but that's okay... what's a good horror movie from like the 2000s that we have? I don't know...
we tried finding "the ring" [horror movie] but we couldn't. why don't we last watch? oh, escape room one and two? those are good movies there's Escape rooms here but they're expensive I tried it several times to fry an egg here in Kuwait and it was successful. really?! no way?! you just leave the egg thereafter and like animals will eat? [reading live chat comments] a day when I lived in Vegas when I was in high school, I fried an egg in the street... no way! it gets hot like that? and it's just, like, are there some states where it gets super hot like Texas... say in Vegas.... I guess Death Valley is one of the hottest place... is quite hotter than Death Valley.. I'm happy to not see you in winter in Canada again.
yeah ...that's true... you leave a for the winter that's smart... that's what, yeah, my, I have family members who do that. Anna, hi dream! Insidious is good.. he watched... I don't think he liked Insidious. I don't know why... he likes more gross movies we watched a really gross zombie movie called "yummy"... oh my God... but it was pretty good movie, I guess. but just like one of those movies I'd only watch Once... don't ask me about security emoji. I can't believe the last horror movie watch was The Exorcist and it's like in the 70s that's so long ago...
[reading live chat again] it gets really hot in Vegas... really? like over a hundred? The Descent, oh, is that about a monster? I'm Chucky hi I'm Chucky you want to play no Chucky I want to burn you in fire and lava seriously I would drive and throw him in a volcano and then you go home and he's on your bed I'll burp I'm waiting to murder you God The Descent I think I watched it a long time ago you know what's really creepy? okay, the catacombs, like stories about the catacombs freak me out... like, all those tunnels under Paris? imagine getting lost in there! you'd be slept with your parents? I used to get scared and sleep with my mom too... she was like come on now there's nothing! you know, your parents get annoyed? no wonder... they probably want to break from us. I don't blame them. it's about the group of girls in a cave... ah but there's like a monster right? I think should I tell the Tank Engine ~oh my God~ that is my favorite picture! can you send it to me by emails? like, and [laugh] oh my God ~ actually the Crypt ~oh babe look at the picture [Music]
oh my God! that made my day! my potato face, choo choo, that, you know, what Thomas the Tank Engine used to be my one of my favorite shows as a kid... and Babar, potatoes ~ oh my God you're living like 15! oh I live in central California and it can get to 112. you that's hot! we will watch Descent movie... okay that I think that's I saw, that movie oh
Cassie oh my God! I need to quit smoking... I can't even [laugh] no oh my God that's so funny! all righ,t that's a perfect picture. I love that! I don't know if that was meant to be hate, but it made me laugh. so like my magnet, I found one of my abayas that's been missing. it was in the suitcase. we haven't unboxed yet. I keep forgetting you unpack this one suitcase finally? did it you know... the hardest part of um putting together your home is organizing. I like finding, like, nice containers and all this stuff. I got um these nice little baskets, little baskets to put under the TV so we can put all our stuff in there you know? like watches and stuff like tha...t Chargers and especially we have to cat proof the home so, like, every, lik,e even this.
I'm not gonna put it take it off and I'm not gonna put it somewhere because the cat will lose it... remember I used to have that problem with the bees or Cuts I had with um with Sam and BBJ with my earrings? I would always only have one... yeah hi Cassie! did you uh forget your biscuit again? yeah ,thank God my family's okay now... but uh you know I'm kind of worried... like, I don't know the fires are getting bad eh?
pretty sure what New York looked like yesterday from the smoke... no, I have to look at all this up. I guess I've just been really self-absorbed. I haven't really been paying attention, but yeah are there wildfires like every year in California or like, the Wildfire is just like, remember how bad they were in Australia a couple years ago... a few years ago? I had a lot of beezers and viewers then in Australia. I was worried... about there's a lot of school and outside activities canceled? oh wow! that's bad! I'm sure the kids love that! hi blacks,hey long time no see! I missed you guy,s you know ?I used to pray for some kind of natural disaster when I was in school years... anything to get out of going, you know, like, are you sure the buses are not canceled today? you're still going I'm getting great, like, one before my mom had a car I'm getting Grandpa to drive you I don't want to go to school [Laughter]
I used to pray for any illness... I know it's bad, but any cold any flu you... now I even remember like being in class with some kid who would be sneezing and you could tell they're getting sick and I'd be, like, you know, they'd be, like, okay, pick a partner for your for your uh project? okay, I want to go with the sick kid so I can catch his flu so I don't I can miss school. uh anything I hated, I hated going... I hated getting up in the morning since I was born. I was even late coming out of the womb, like, my mom had to have a C-section. I didn't want to come out... I was late... I was supposed to come out... mine was I supposed to be born I think the 26th... Kelly's pretty bad but it's been cool, like a cucumber...really how much snow? oh, it has to be like 30 centimeters or more for them to cancel school well it has to be a lot.
[Music] oh the flyers in Nova Scotia
[Laughter] the other options of school was wishing for a disaster... yeah, I was like please give me the flu! everyone's getting the flu but me, I swear it must have been the Papaya juice my mom used to give me in my lunches. I hated Papaya juice. I don't think I ever told her and just suffered in silence... a lot of vitamin C... give me the Capri Sun! it's very smoky where I am in Northern Ontario jeez lemon mint, cough, hey where were you I've already been... I've already been.
coughing what the [ __ ] I swear... I ate it going to school like, honestly, whenever, like, my mom would check and I had a fever, I was like "yes" because like when you're young, you think you're Immortal... you don't care if you have a cold, you know what I mean? you don't care if you have a fever... you're like, whatever, I can survive this now. well now I worry a bit... you know? I was born at uh yeah warmly I have a dark sense of humor .I was born at 4 30 in the morning. I blame that! I'm being a night owl, yeah... I was born just after midnight explains a lot. Julia's so cute! how is she? I know everyone is going through it but I'm going through it. you only... oh we're always setting you positive energy blocks... hope you're okay, what's up? you can share with us
um Julia is amazing she's just a Beezer she's a bit of a Beezer and uh but she's so cute and she's so cuddly. like, he's probably the the cuddly she's even more cuddly than BBJ if that's possible. early morning babies are babies born between 4 AM and 8 AM grow up to be persistent. they are generally intelligent and always prepared for different situations. they might face... wow do you know what time you were born babe? that I'm not in that category at all... so I was born what who has a dark web passport what the heck I'm so out of the loop
oh what did Golden say? oh Southern Ontario it is really widespread? yeah, that's what I heard but I didn't know how bad... oh my gosh! it's your husband's birthday? happy birthday zero support! that can be tough.. we're here for you... honestly, like, I like ,to beeze and like why not? we're all humans we all go through hard things. even though we're on the internet doesn't mean that we can't share and you know, be here for each other. you don't even have to explain what's going on all you need to say is you have you're having a hard time you know? to be born during business hours you're, like, I'm not being born during business hour,s mom you got to make those bucks! oh okay, since you've had a date, uh are you like the type that doesn't, you know ,what? getting a babysitter is not that easy... I know, I remember my mom trying to get a babysitter sometimes for me. it was hardened the babysitters I was left with. sometimes remember I told you my story times about one babysitter Beth. ew. yeah
I had some bad babysitters I always tattled on them and never had to see them again. though, so that was good, but yeah it's not as easy you know, it's not as easy as that what people are displaced oh my God. well Canada is really big... there's a lot of places to go but not if the fire's spreading that far. that's crazy !I really hope that everything people stay safe and everything goes well "we have two kids and one special needs so hard I just need a flip a couple of hours sometimes I just don't get that I love my girls but I hope no one takes that out" [reading live chat again]. yeah hey that's totally understandable.. it's very overwhelming... you know, you do your best but he got burnt out. like, caregiver burnout is a real thing... and actually when I worked in healthcare, we used to have a lot of people who would go into homes just to help with respite for people who were burnt out, you know? so at least you recognize that maybe there's some kind of like organization like that you know......Tracy, 18 months? oh my gosh! hi Tracy! I'm glad to see all you beezers here these stats are not accurate but we have to say it yeah, yeah, set her hair on fire oh my gosh that's Criminal! did you go on a group home after that?
I'm so protective too so that doesn't help uh you just don't let anyone go in yeah I understand. that, you know, you're leaving like loved ones in the care of strangers so it's hard.
hello Tracy! oh that's sweet babe! Maya lobby with your side and bless you sweets. parenting is hard yeah, like you know, I couldn't even imagine! I'm having a you know, like, being a pet mom is challenging. sometimes, honestl,y I couldn't imagine because some universities provide daycare at affordable rates.. that's true... my University had a daycare... excuse me, um I'm glad I never had to visit you know? something about daycare is creep me out... I remember being in daycare, like, I remember the smell of like old microwave dinners the cots... the cots that we had to take naps on. I had to go to a daycare after school and they made us have a nap every, every, every class. I went to as a young kid. there's always a kid who pukes. I don't know why, but there's always a pukey kid. sometimes I was a puke kid on the bus and then they always made us play with this like water and cornstarch mixture daycare. oh I'm glad I'm an adult as much, as... as much as life could be crap when you're an adult I don't miss being a child.
hi Katie Katie! she lost a few strands thank you guys, to see each event! hey, you're in the right place the hen is not itchy like thank goodness. you know, because I did look it up and apparently people have more issues with the block. which I didn't know... but they made me sign a waiver and I was wondering why. but now I know allergies... but oh thank goodness. yeah "I love being a mom but it can sure be hard not having any yeah not having any support" is definitely tough for sure, thanks Fox! yeah permanent is harder for sure... you'll have to replay later yeah I've been on for about 47 minutes.
what's Loch key, hey Chloe ,Tabor! am I saying that right? welcome, welcome! We're Gonna Save beeze hello! oh yeah Ali's a new Beezer. I missed the economy when I was a child. now I'm working everything... ye,s you're right. the economy was and it seemed people back then like in the 80s you know, um, from the I was born in the 80s... so old oh my gosh, everything was different, you're right. like, people had, like, you know? were able to sustain a life with jobs. you know, like, I don't know the quality of things just seemed better. I don't know how to explain it... like, even I don't know... maybe I'm not remembering that right. whenever you're a kid everything is just like the world is like mysterious. now when you start learning everything about it... it's like, you know,... well before I became like, religious, there was a huge period of time where everything just felt hopeless and meaningless... and I was like atheist for a point and I was like what the heck is the point of this, you know?
it's so mundane and tedious and you know... and now it's not like that wine and grapes come.. company yeah bringing up children because you're always having to dedicate all of your time to them. like, you're responsible for the bringing up of a whole human! like, that just terrifies me... like, even having a cat... hi witchy! hi beaters! sommelier! that's what it's called... nice that's interesting but if you can, you're strong you seem very strong .blacks so, if anyone can do it, it's you. I don't believe God gives us anything more than we can handle and honestly? even though it tests our limits, like, I don't know if people just think everything is just going to be sunshine and rainbows all the time. like, life is how can we be tested as people, if we don't go through hard things, you know, so it's just I see things in a very different perspective than I did even just last year, you know? and just getting rid of that hopeless feelings um helps me deal with depression in a lot of ways... there's a lot of ways I try to deal with my depression. um instead of ignoring it, uh, there's still a lot of things and tools I could use... but I find that my faith medication and just proper self-learning techniques of how to deal with anxieties and things, you know ,more emotional intelligence... that I'm really trying those things have been really, really, really hard to learn.
oh my gosh! yeah, I heard they're insane on me. that's what we've been saying! just bought Resident Evil 4, Jack ...nice have you been playing? have you started playing? I didn't know you were a gamer... no, I don't go to therapy here. therapy is ridiculously expensive here ridiculous like I think well from what a research I did it's like very very expensive like very but not just that um it's I guess I just cope with like learning like watching a lot of videos... reading a lot about emotional intelligence, coping techniques. like, this social media can be very useful for educational things. like, that um also I you know pray a lot and turn to my faith read the Quran and just, I don't know ...I feel like I've matured a little bit in that way, you know? an online therapist? that's like, yeah, I keep forgetting about that... move a TV? oh my gosh it must be strong! I think one therapist I checked was like 500 K.D that's like two thousand dollars, unless I got that wrong. maybe it was 500... I don't know... definitely give that to the when I when it piles on. just gets a lot it... does health issues it just piles on? yeah it seems insufferable. so like, uh, insurmountable sometimes content over meditation how you cope with negativity that's a good idea, thanks, Jack. thanks guys for noticing... he used to be a gamer what's your favorite all time? I don't know if I'm... in a minute... I'm gonna check it out again, actually and see. because I was a while ago. I checked... I don't even know if I have it right. but I remember being expensive a lot more than Canada.
Korean Pizza what's on that? I have an online there like uh Korean Fried Chicken. I have an online therapist and it's been good not sure how much it would be in Kuwait. though yeah I'd have to check the Korean. I've heard of sushi Pizza, that sounds gross to me. has anyone have sushi Pizza? reading the Bible, yeah whatever.... reading whatever religious text that you follow can be very calming, yeah... even just like when you're praying... it's like calming. Resident Evil 2 right here... another Resident Evil fan! Salah your favorite is Resident Evil 4 right? because you love Ashley so much. Sushi burritos, whoa, "you can't take care of others with an empty cup" that's true, yeah... that's why they say you have to take care of yourself first, but I mean how realistic is that? it's so hard to do ,you know, to find time for yourself when it's just constantly like, you know....
I can't even compare but even with a kitten like I forget how much work they are because I was so used to having adult cats, you know? for a long time but I remember, even BBJ was a Beezer. Sam was a Beezer, you know ,and you have to cat proof your house. you have to keep an eye on them when they're awake, and sometimes when she's sleeping, I'm like oh finally! you know? like, she's not busying because like I have to like get up so many times to like make sure she doesn't get to the through. Like I have to hide every wire.. every everything, everything in the house. but she's worth it... actually gross, okay Golden Girl, no problem. short rib pizza? oh my gosh! that sounds so good! yum! yeah happy birthday to him... I'm so proud of you having a higher power and seeing purpose. do you drink ever at all or no drinking? a Mormon? oh really Chloe oh you were Mormon? um no I don't drink anymore... um any kind of um mind-altering substance you know is is like forbidden it in Islam. but um CBD is... is okay though because it's not like mind-altering. but drinking is definitely... drinking is like illegal here. you won't find... you won't find out any legal alcohol here. I don't know about illegal... I don't know anything about that... but you won't find any legal alcohol here. you know,
oh my God ,what did you do all day? well it depends on the day lemon mint. I mean, like, a regular domestic day? is that what you mean? because it just depends you know, like, I... I'm planning on doing some day in the life of videos. Maybe. you know but you know, it just depends. depends on the day. um regular domestic stuff most days you know taking care of the pet the pets keep me busy um you know cleaning just stuff. like, that doing videos talking to family. we go out sometimes, go run errands. go get coffee. go get dinner. whatever. go to the movies ,stuff like that. how's the beezing kitties? she's so mischievous I do give her already some kind of chicken Pate she loves it... hi baby...alcohols... yeah, I believe that too. more dangerous than media need a Beezer membership buddy. yeah, I really haven't can't believe I haven't come up with merch yet.
hey babe, hi baby... what's up for you, baby? oh did she give me a creepy chocolate. hi, I miss you... you're so handsome. I love math thank you, honey. I think it looks cool. what kind of mask is this guys? is this the Anarchy mask? I like your hair guys.. don't tell her it's Secret [Laughter] it's that V for Vendetta mask isn't it? you ever see that movie V for Vendetta? no, foreign Edition? ah, yeah, I think it is vendetta. The Purge has started. chocolate creepy chocolates, thanks babe. I didn't know we had any more of these. I thought we ~I~ ate them all. I'm kidding! are you alone there without me? yes, I'll come soon. software on it, love you, love you most, love you mostly look pretty. Tracy we were actually... we were out shopping and he's like what do you think of this mask? it was like a store with all masks in it. this is a milk. have you ever had these? they're good. I'm gonna try.. I'm not really hungry. I had too much to eat but hmm I put your tea and sasqually... my God she's a pig... foreign I go through like two of these a day! it's not diabetes I should do a review of Quake snacks, yeah. because they do have a lot of different ones. like, you've seen some of them in my grocery hauls you know the pop pops? they have a lot of like a lot of things... a lot of things are flavored with zatar you guys know what that is? around oh.
[Laughter] Julius here hi!
hi baby, oh, oh she doesn't want to be held right now. hi, honey... she looks like church... hi baby... let me holder better.. okay. honey it's okay. it's okay. it's okay.... she might be scared of your man... she's purring. oh really? oh baby girl
hi sweetie oh you're a sweet girl here oh poor girl okay yeah yellow.. say bye. say bye! yeah I sing to her. you kno,w the song, um the queen hi! to me vintage SO thanks Chloe! my shisha's done anyways. so you want a Calico? she looks like church from um pet cemetery. her eyes the same color. she's so she's so cute anyway.s um oh yeah so you want a fat ginger cat and call him Garfield? zatar is like a seasoning made out of like Thyme and like I think sesame seeds. I don't know, lik,e exactly what's in it... but it's mostly made of thyme so it's really tasty. actually I want to go cuddle Julia now. she's... but she eats a lot. she eats a lot mashallah. she eats a lot she has a good appetite on her. she's so small. I think kittens eat more right? because they're growing but we feed her wet and dry and I give her some cremo treats. those creamy treats, she really loves those. so yeah that's Julia next time I'll show you Halloween Howie try sumac yeah, I have tried sumac before. like, in babba ganoush and stuff. it's like sour a bit. eh or something.. I don't know... I know what I know what it tastes like... I need to whiten my teeth or just wear red lipstick. look what you have here Harry he's here on this side is here on this side. hi Emily! let me grab him for the cage
[Music] hi Emmy here he is oh you big boy Hey Big Boy
[Music] oh Howie don't fall out there's a cat now! I'm kidding! hi everyone! rattler I love you so much, you big fat boy! damn son, he's cute. say "bye, hello, bye-bye yellow" back to your home. he doesn't want to get off my hand yeah it looks like a final grumpy Haggard rat freak and oil thanks, babe. vitamin C, really? I didn't know that, she's cut...e you don't want to come off my hand because he doesn't want to go back in the cage. is that a rat? I'm gonna tease him now. are you a rat are you a mouse are you a hamster? I always say that to him he's a hamster. but he looks like a mouse. I don't know he's a freak of nature. I don't know what to say but yeah he's um he's so cute. I love him he's my big boy, Howie! I let him run around and he was Beason... he got he kind of got stuck under the door but no not actually stuck but he was trying to get out. he's a ratster. oh my God, yes... are you a register? he looks like a hamster to me, yeah. he's like a big chubby hamster and he likes to just like, we this is the second wheel we get him. so we got him a wheel and we moved all the hang out of the way and it's turning fine. you know, the guy at the store was even like, this moves really well. so we put the new wheel inside and remember, whenever we got first got him, he was in that little cage? he was playing on that little wheel but this feels way bigger instead. of he doesn't like that it moves. he doesn't like that it moves so he went out of his way to move the hay, all the hay I took the trouble of moving out for him he put it all back to so that the wheel would be stationary because he likes to sit in the wheel and clean his bum, so he likes to have a clean bum cleaning station and it has to be stationary. he's got his own little like hamster rap personality. he likes to go to the bathroom in one corner. um he chooses wood. he loves his corn. any I have a medley a hamster food medley with like all different nuts and seeds but he only eats certain things. and I could tell when he's had it like I have to replenish his food because only these little grain. he doesn't .I think there's like quinoa... I'm not sure. there's like these tiny little circle pellets he doesn't like them. so he leaves them. he only eats the the certain things inside the medley. he's so picky and weird. I don't know he's a weirdo. That's What I Love About Pets. they all have their own like different little personality. you know personalities? chinchillas they're so cute... yeah they had some at the pet store. I couldn't believe some of the animals they had there! like they had meerkats. they had tucans, like, some people have pet tucans. they're very demanding like, like, having having an exotic pet like that?
anyways guys I think I'm gonna go because it's like late here and I want to go to bed and you know, relax. getting some coffee PJs? oh excuse me... Birds scare the crap out of you, really? I love birds. you have weasels? get out of here! like, the weasels from um Roger rabbits? does Harry still get to run? yeah like he's most of the time in this room, I only came in here to smoke but I don't have my shisha... finish I think it's finished um other than that every day like twice a day. first I come in replenish his, like, spot clean, give him some fruits and vegetables. replenish his Kibbles. then I take him out. he always comes out of his little hay hen and goes like he knows I'm in here. and then I let him run around. and there's like still Parcels in here from moving and stuff. he likes to climb them like they're Mount Everest for him. he's weird. I don't know who he climbs but he likes to run around and then I put him back in attend to Julia. then I come back at night and let him play a bit, you know? but I have to stay in here like I don't.. I could let him stay but I don't know I prefer to just ever since he tried to get up the bottom of the door. I watch him now that I'm in here. he can't be unsupervised he's not trusted. he lost my treasury, so I just set up the gaming station and just watch videos or whatever preferable. if Julia's asleep because she gets very Territorial and like, jealous if I'm in here with the door closed. so kind of thing, anyway... it was nice chatting with you guys um thanks for watching me play with my hijab for an hour uh yeah so what was I gonna say.
I guess that's it, I'm tired. so um thanks for beezing and I hope all of you guys days get better and easier and we'll chat next time. I guess, yeah, um maybe next stream I'll try to think of something fun to do. I like just coming on here and just chatting though really I don't know I like just talking and socializing it's like a form of socialization for me I guess but yeah my beezers so guys thanks for a reason without a reason that's what I'll call it be then without a reason um and I'll see you in my next video or my next live stream so toodaloop, bye guys.
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2023.06.10 21:17 Grand-Earth2594 when artificial intelligence started in india?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a rapidly growing field in India, and it is playing a significant role in transforming the country's economy. AI is revolutionizing various sectors, such as healthcare, finance, agriculture, education, and manufacturing. Although the AI industry in India is still in its nascent stage, it is growing at a swift pace. In this article, we will explore the history of AI in India and how the country is making strides in AI research and development.
The Emergence of AI in India:
The first AI research group to be established in India was the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in Mumbai in 1964. The group was led by the renowned mathematician, Dr. Homi Bhabha. However, the AI research in India remained limited until the 1980s when the Indian government began investing in AI research and development. The government initiated several programs and set up research centers to boost India's AI capabilities.
During the 1990s, the Indian IT industry began to flourish, and the country became a hub for software development. As the technology evolved, AI's importance started to gain traction in India. The emergence of big data, cloud computing, and machine learning paved the way for AI's growth in the country. Today, AI is a booming industry in India, and the country is fully invested in making AI a strategic priority.
AI Research and Development in India:
India is now home to several AI research and development centers, including the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), and the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIR). These centers are conducting ground-breaking research in AI, such as developing intelligent robots, natural language processing, and cognitive computing.
Additionally, several startups are working in the AI space in India, developing innovative applications that are solving real-world problems. Numerous Indian companies are investing in AI to enhance their operations and stay ahead of the competition. Furthermore, the Indian government has launched initiatives such as the National AI Mission to create a robust AI ecosystem in the country.
AI is making remarkable strides in India, and the country is well positioned to emerge as a leading AI hub globally. With the government's support, investments from the private sector, and the growing number of skilled professionals, India is poised to take advantage of the AI revolution. The rise of AI in India is not just about economic growth, but it is an opportunity to solve some of the country's biggest problems and improve the quality of life for millions of people.
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2023.06.10 21:10 Omnitheo Homeowner sad it’s hard for him to buy another investment property in landlord city.

Kelowna BC is notorious for being completely dominated by landlords, leading to some of the highest rent and housing prices in the country. Especially when population, amenities, distance from major economic centers are taken into account.
But I do enjoy seeing this future landlord cry about how hard done by he is that there are taxes on his attempted investment.
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2023.06.10 21:01 origutamos Russian cargo plane seized at Toronto Pearson airport

A Russian-registered cargo aircraft that has been grounded at Toronto Pearson Airport for more than a year has been seized by the Canadian government.
The Russian plane initially planned to leave Toronto shortly after arriving from China, via the U.S. and Russia, but that flight was cancelled when the Canadian government closed the country’s airspace to Russian aircraft operators in February of last year, grounding it indefinitely.
This is the first physical asset seized by Canada under this regime and the second seized under the Special Economic Measures Act.

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2023.06.10 20:56 origutamos Canada Legalized Assisted Suicide - and Exposed the Limits of Liberalism

Many good ideas turn bad when taken to their extreme. And that’s true of liberalism. The freedom of choice that liberals celebrate can be turned into a rigid free-market ideology that enables the rich to concentrate economic power while the vulnerable are abandoned.
In 2016, the Canadian government legalized medical assistance in dying. The program, called MAID, was founded on good Millian grounds. The Canadian Supreme Court concluded that laws preventing assisted suicide stifled individual rights.
To critics who worried that people who were depressed, stressed, or just poor and overwhelmed would be provided assistance to die, authorities were reassuring: The new law wouldn’t endanger those who are psychologically vulnerable and not near death. Citing studies from jurisdictions elsewhere in the world with similar laws, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declared that this “simply isn’t something that ends up happening.”
But the program has worked out rather differently. Before long, the range of who qualifies for assisted suicide was expanded. In 2021, the criterion that natural death must be “reasonably foreseeable” was lifted. A steady stream of stories began to appear in the media, describing how the state was granting access to assisted suicide to people who arguably didn’t fit the original criteria.
Within a few years, Canada went from being a country that had banned assisted suicide to being one of the loosest regimes in the world.
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2023.06.10 20:55 TechnicalD-A-W-G Stray Thought: The Brabant Killings ceased weeks before all members of the CCC (Communist Combatant Cells) were arrested

So while I'd known about them for a time I've only recent taken a deep dive into the bizarre and horrific Brabant killings.
For those unaware the Brabant Killings were a string of increasing sadistic & mysterious crimes perpetrated in Belgium over the course of two years (1984-1985), by three unidentified* men known only as the "The Giant", "The Old Man" and "The Killer". Beyond the pure, horrifying savagery of the crimes there is a shroud of peculiarity hovering over the crimes:
•While the incidents were ostensibly robberies, the trio frequently came away from their operations with meager returns that ranged from small sums of cash to cooking oil and tea. What's more in many cases their small takes were frequently found left in their abandoned vehicles.
Additionally they did not focus on banks and only once hit a jewelry store (Though even this is sort of debated. Some newspapers reported one early target as a jeweler, though local papers indicate they were a Clock Store that also carried small amounts of jewelry), rather their focus was split between: Grocery Stores/factories and occasionally places wherein they could procure their tools of terror such as Gun shops/Auto Dealers and aTextile Mill (From which they procured Kevlar vests.
• Despite their violence the group operated with a remarkable proficiency, bordering on militaristic acumen. They were often able to enter and exit a crime scene before authorities were alerted, but were more than capable of dismantling Law Enforcement when they did arrive. Using military grade weaponry and maneuvering they were able to shoot their way through police squads (Killing several officers) and once even drove through a blockade (And escaped on foot).
• They grew increasingly bold, wearing garish costumes/masks and often taunting both victims and authorities (On one incident several witnesses stated that the trio were heard Roaring...Like animals)
• Their violence, particularly that of "The Killer" (Responsible for 22 of their 26 victims) was without discretion, including children and several instances of final headshots to dying victims.
• The investigation was, at best, marred by ineptitude but more accurately rife with corruption, scandal and political intrigue. Several incidents indicate that the group was privy to police knowledge and tactics. Evidence disappeared with regularity. And you guessed it, several individuals with (Sometimes tangential) ties to the case either die mysteriously or commit suicide unexpectedly
• While it remains unclear as to whether they were officially aligned, evidence suggests ties to extremist right wing groups and from there even ties to Operation Gladio
Those last two points are maybe the most pertinent to my thinking right now. There's been a lot of speculation about the trio either being a part of or trained by a (Perhaps former) "Stay Behind" cell. This would explain their tactical acumen and capacity for high level kinetic operation. This is obviously a tantalizing prospect, BUT the big shadow there is why?
The group never issued a manifesto or political demands. No political or state officials were killed. No federal buildings targeted.
It's possible they stopped before their aims were manifested. Perhaps it was obfuscation. However I was just sorta thinking about the Communist Combatant Cells.
The CCC was in essence Belgiums own answer to the RAF (Red Army Faction). Over about two years this group carried out a series of bombings, focusing on buildings that represented opposition to communism (Nato buildings, industrialist factories, etc). They did go out of their way to target these buildings when empty and even provided notice shortly before hand to allow for evacuation.
These bombings just so happen to overlap with most violent stretch of the Brabant Killings, the combination of which had the local population frightened and agitated. What's more, the last Brabant Killing is roughly a month (November 9th, 1985) before law enforcement arrested the leader and founding members of the CCC (December 1985).
(TL:DR) Given the high probability of police ties/involvement with the Brabant Killings it gives reason to believe they might be aware of happenings within the investigation pertaining to the CCC and in an echoe of the "Strategy of Tension", ramped up their violence in sort of effort to destabilize the focus of the country for some sort of economic/political end?
Idk. Like seriously I have no fucking clue. Just a thought.
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2023.06.10 20:49 darkmaster25304 Economic Emergency Bill

Section 1.
(a) Bill of “Economic Emergency Bill” Grants president power to nationalize any company or corporations if Economic Emergency is declared.
(b) Economic Emergency can be declared unconstitutional by Supreme Court and revoke it, after 6 months of discussion and super-majority (66%) in Court’s vote.
(c) Assembly after 6 months of emergency with 70% of MP’s Signatures can propose a proposal to revoke Economic emergency bill which can be accepted or vetoed by Supreme Court’s Majority (51%) in Court’s vote and then review it and if decided vote on it where super majority (66%) is needed.
Section 2.
(a) Economic Emergency Bill can be proposed by assembly with Simple majority (51%) or Declared by current serving President of Republic of Sordland.
(b) President of Sordland can declare Economic Emergency Bill if: There is economic recession above than -5%, If Oligarchs who own Corporations is accused of High treachery (Defined in Constitution), The country is in Trade war or is in imminent danger of it or have been kicked out of Economic or Diplomatic alliance.
(c) President of Georgia under Economic Emergency can: Move ownership of Private Corporations to State presence fully or permanently, launch full investigations on Private sector without justification and detain owners without trial until investigations are over and is clear, can put Government Sanctions and Retract its investments from Specific Private Corporation without justification and can severe all its economic deals to any foreign countries or corporations.
(d) Supreme Court can’t revoke Economic Emergency if there are State of Emergency declared and has to wait until the emergency is over or President decides to remove Economic emergency.

What do you think???
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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 20:44 SinoBot The G7 has to copy China's homework - China is succeeding in a way that is contrary to the terrible historical practices of the G7 countries. The G7 must come to terms with the fact that it cannot run the world. U.S. hegemony and the group's economic dominance are now history.

The G7 has to copy China's homework - China is succeeding in a way that is contrary to the terrible historical practices of the G7 countries. The G7 must come to terms with the fact that it cannot run the world. U.S. hegemony and the group's economic dominance are now history. submitted by SinoBot to SinoDiscussion [link] [comments]

2023.06.10 20:22 Gomihyang Comrades Need Open Minds

Without an open mind that allows you to accept new ideas that go against pre-conceived boundaries you may have had, you are going to become a bolshevik. We are all dialectical materialists, but some comrades are focusing too much on dialectics and not enough on materialism. We need to keep in mind that at the end of the day, a human is a beast with complex emotions and irrational desires. If we were all logic-based organisms, we would have communism from the beginning. Human minds typically don’t work in the most logical ways.
People go through life doing what they think will make them happy and satisfy their primitive desires for sex, food, shelter, maybe wealth and fame, etc. Because people are so focused on those things (Especially in this country where they are systematically deprived of their basic needs and social life) it is difficult to appeal logically to these higher philosophies such as Marxism-Leninism. If you throw the manifesto at them and say things like “Become a communist, it’s the most logical ideology!” you’re not going to win anyone over. Not even a dog or a cat could be convinced with such methods. You need to get people thinking, and you need to appeal to a person’s emotions in order to make them receptive to an ideology. Anybody who understands the ideology can logically come to conclusions about what a communist would do in a certain situation, but that knowledge alone is not what makes a person become a revolutionary. You need to allow the other person to realize that this ideology was made for them. It was literally made for those who are economically oppressed. Once a person understands and begins to articulate a desire for socialism, they will probably never feel the need or desire to follow anything else.
And all that being said, comrades need to understand that socialism does not exist in a vacuum and various factors about your country will affect the systems of administration you are going to have. People in the US are very materialistic and like to buy useless plastic things, so they will probably benefit from a Chinese system where the masses have a large disposable income that is used in markets, but no single merchant is ever allowed to become a huge billionaire because that is destructive to society. Some of the more Bolshevik comrades will see this and call it revisionism, but in a society that is so focused on buying things, an increase in standard of living will inevitably result in increased spending. The rigidity around the ideology and the strict adherence to extreme principles such as vow of poverty is why many people research Marxism-Leninism and then gain the perception that it is a puritan ideology. Take a deep breath, relax, and keep an open mind when administering a country or writing theory.
At the end of the day, socialism is not something to be a purist about or make into a competition of who is following Marx or Lenin in the best way. While we read theory to avoid making ideological mistakes, we understand that the greater purpose of socialism is to increase the standard of living of the workers. It’s not about recreating the USSR or any previous socialist state, and it is not about creating any society that was envisioned by philosophers or revolutionaries in the past.
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2023.06.10 20:13 Dray3x What do you guys think of globalism?

globalism noun /ˈɡləʊbəlɪzəm/
​the belief that events in one country affect those in all other countries, and that economic and foreign policy should benefit the world as a whole instead of individual countries
Example of word in a sentence:
Both political parties favour globalism, free trade and more open borders.
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2023.06.10 19:39 Medislander1022 Coming to Cuba soon? Wanna make a difference?

Do you want to support a cause that has a direct impact on the health and well-being of people in need? If so, then I encourage you to like and follow the Instagram page Corazón con Cuba dedicated to donating medicine to the people of Cuba. Also fill free to message me on here!
Medical donations are crucial to Cuba, a country that has been facing economic challenges and shortages of essential medications and medical supplies for years. Despite having a healthcare system that is among the best in the world, Cuba struggles to provide its citizens with adequate healthcare due to limited resources.
Your support can help provide essential medications and medical supplies to those in need, including children, the elderly, and individuals with chronic illnesses. By donating medicine and medical supplies, you can help alleviate suffering and improve the quality of life for people in Cuba.
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2023.06.10 19:34 eschatosmos Congratulations on finally finishing the construction of the worst bridge in any major metro in the country

How fucking long is this bridge? How fucking high must one ascend?
if you compare the locomotion distance enabled by this bridge then divide that by the length of the walkway and the height of the ascent and you get the stupidest grp of civil engineers and civil servants to have ever existed.
The stats on this bridge are so laughable I'm pretty sure every engineering firm the whole country wide will laugh at us for a half century to come.
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2023.06.10 19:32 Ali_Elkahtani_3519 Our country, the Emirates, continues to progress and succeed, as the UAE leads the indicators of economic freedom in the Middle East 🕊️💜🇦🇪

Our country, the Emirates, continues to progress and succeed, as the UAE leads the indicators of economic freedom in the Middle East 🕊️💜🇦🇪 submitted by Ali_Elkahtani_3519 to economy [link] [comments]

2023.06.10 19:29 Grand-Earth2594 can artificial intelligence be dangerous?

Introduction: As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes increasingly integrated into our lives, many people have expressed concern about its potential dangers. From science fiction novels to movies, AI has often been portrayed as a malevolent force that can turn against humans. But is this just fiction, or could AI actually be a threat to our well-being? In this article, we will explore the potential dangers of AI and whether or not we should be worried.
Subheading 1: AI in warfare One of the most significant concerns about AI is its integration into warfare. Many countries are investing heavily in AI-powered military technology, such as autonomous drones and robots. While these developments may have the potential to save lives by reducing the number of human soldiers on the battlefield, they could also have disastrous consequences. For example, an AI-powered weapon system could malfunction and cause collateral damage or even intentionally target civilians if not programmed correctly. Additionally, some experts worry that machines may not be able to make ethical decisions like a human, leading to unforeseen consequences.
Another concern is the possibility of a "robot uprising" or the development of AI-powered weapons that become uncontrollable. While this may sound like science fiction, it is a real concern raised by experts in the field. If an AI-powered weapon were to malfunction and decide to attack humans, it could be challenging to stop or contain. This is why some experts have called for the regulation of AI in warfare to prevent such scenarios from occurring.
Subheading 2: AI in everyday life AI is becoming increasingly integrated into our everyday lives. From smartphones to home appliances, AI is all around us. While this technology can make our lives more convenient and efficient, it also raises concerns about privacy and security. For example, smart home devices that are constantly connected to the internet could be hacked, giving malicious actors access to our personal information and even our homes.
There is also the concern that AI could replace human workers, leading to mass unemployment and social unrest. While some argue that AI will create new jobs and lead to more economic growth, others worry that the benefits will only be enjoyed by a small group of people while the rest of society suffers.
Conclusion: As we have seen, there are valid concerns about the potential dangers of AI in both warfare and everyday life. While AI has the potential to improve our lives in many ways, it is crucial that we take these concerns seriously and work to mitigate the risks. As AI continues to develop and become more integrated into our society, we must ensure that it is developed and regulated responsibly to avoid any negative consequences.
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