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Curving, Future, and Journey: note stop following 47 views An open letter on the importance of consistent grade curvature When a student embarks on their academic journey, their attended institution expects a level of self-sufficiency and yearning for knowledge. This institution, the University, must uphold the same values - a yearning to educate the student in a self-sufficient manner. In some cases this unique balance is offset. Knowledge in an academic setting is rarely transmitted one-to-one but rather one-to-many. The latter academic setting requires strenuous care in methodology to maintain consistent transfer of knowledge. The tutelage provided by the University vanishes when educators are left with no choice but to leave students unadvised in their scholastic studies. To measure the self-sufficiency of the student, an institution will issue examinations. These examinations are a reflection of not only the student's performance but the institution's as well. The yearning to educate and be educated is summarized upon several pages. This summary, however, is a byproduct of the offset balance in a one-to-many environment. The educator holds the pen to write the future for the student. When a student and her peers perform exceptionally their examinations are kept separate. But in the occurrence of insufficiency, the examinations are conglomerated and curved to better reflect the student's performance. This is the vulnerability of the institution brought upon by the educator. A curved examination can properly reflect performance but only when proceeding examinations are upheld to the same standards. If the educator chooses to curve at their discretion with disregard for integrity, they have failed the institution. Consistency in examination expresses the institution's best attempt to uphold the reciprocal values a yearning to educate and be educated, when the one-to-many environment is inescapable. ProfessorPlease consider curving all three examinations. Thank you, exam
Curving, Future, and Journey: note
 stop following
 47 views
 An open letter on the importance of consistent grade curvature
 When a student embarks on their academic journey, their attended institution expects a level of self-sufficiency and yearning for knowledge. This institution, the
 University, must uphold the same values - a yearning to educate the student in a self-sufficient manner.
 In some cases this unique balance is offset. Knowledge in an academic setting is rarely transmitted one-to-one but rather one-to-many. The latter academic setting
 requires strenuous care in methodology to maintain consistent transfer of knowledge. The tutelage provided by the University vanishes when educators are left with no
 choice but to leave students unadvised in their scholastic studies.
 To measure the self-sufficiency of the student, an institution will issue examinations. These examinations are a reflection of not only the student's performance but the
 institution's as well. The yearning to educate and be educated is summarized upon several pages. This summary, however, is a byproduct of the offset balance in a
 one-to-many environment. The educator holds the pen to write the future for the student.
 When a student and her peers perform exceptionally their examinations are kept separate. But in the occurrence of insufficiency, the examinations are conglomerated
 and curved to better reflect the student's performance. This is the vulnerability of the institution brought upon by the educator.
 A curved examination can properly reflect performance but only when proceeding examinations are upheld to the same standards. If the educator chooses to curve at
 their discretion with disregard for integrity, they have failed the institution.
 Consistency in examination expresses the institution's best attempt to uphold the reciprocal values a yearning to educate and be educated, when the one-to-many
 environment is inescapable.
 ProfessorPlease consider curving all three examinations.
 Thank you,
 exam
Bad, Family, and Fire: Tester; Go from point A, to point B its about 50 feet. Most people; (shrug) Ok. Walks 50 feet) Here! High IQ people; LOL thats easy, its a straight line BUT, there is a difference between the fastest path and the most effective path! Let me crunch several theoretical paths weighing variables consistent with this time of day, year terrain and current climate conditions to find the most effective one. (15 minutes and a pattern that would make a cheap Roomba blush) Here, obviously. Broken people: Why? I don't fee like walking. Besides, I like B and don't know what A is. What if A isn't as good as B but once I get there I can't go back to B? Is this a trick question? What if get hurt or lost on the way there? Then again I should do new things. I have to. Walks half way to A) I dunno, this doesn't feel right. think I made a mistake. I should probably go back but it looks too far and I didn't rally like B that much either. Then again A is pretty far too and its probably worse than B, but it might be better, but I doubt it. 'm not sure what do to. This spot is growing on me, maybe I'll just stay here and lay down for a bit. I feel pretty tired from all this complexity. That's so me though, do one little thing and you have to be a diva about it. "Poor me I'm so tired, wahhh, I need to lay down because I put sox in the sox drawer. Your such a piece of shit, and now you are ruining someone else day because they are probably gonna be mad at you for not getting to A and ruining their test, then their boss will fire them for doing a bad job at a simple task, then they will get depressed and drink their family and friends away and end up standing next assed misery because you can't even self pity all the way...I'd hate that. Having to look at them, the life I ruined while I stand here in a now crowded spot...'d rather be a lone... A looks empty.(walks to A, looks back at B with a smile) HERE, I guess...
Bad, Family, and Fire: Tester; Go from point A, to point B its about 50 feet.
 Most people; (shrug) Ok. Walks 50 feet) Here!
 High IQ people; LOL thats easy, its a straight line BUT, there is a difference
 between the fastest path and the most effective path! Let me crunch several
 theoretical paths weighing variables consistent with this time of day, year
 terrain and current climate conditions to find the most effective one. (15
 minutes and a pattern that would make a cheap Roomba blush) Here, obviously.
 Broken people: Why? I don't fee like walking. Besides, I like B and don't know
 what A is. What if A isn't as good as B but once I get there I can't go back to B?
 Is this a trick question? What if get hurt or lost on the way there? Then again I
 should do new things. I have to. Walks half way to A) I dunno, this doesn't feel
 right. think I made a mistake. I should probably go back but it looks too far
 and I didn't rally like B that much either. Then again A is pretty far too and its
 probably worse than B, but it might be better, but I doubt it. 'm not sure what
 do to. This spot is growing on me, maybe I'll just stay here and lay down for a
 bit. I feel pretty tired from all this complexity. That's so me though, do one little
 thing and you have to be a diva about it. "Poor me I'm so tired, wahhh, I need
 to lay down because I put sox in the sox drawer. Your such a piece of shit, and
 now you are ruining someone else day because they are probably gonna be
 mad at you for not getting to A and ruining their test, then their boss will fire
 them for doing a bad job at a simple task, then they will get depressed and
 drink their family and friends away and end up standing next
 assed misery because you can't even self pity all the way...I'd hate that. Having
 to look at them, the life I ruined while I stand here in a now crowded spot...'d
 rather be a lone... A looks empty.(walks to A, looks back at B with a smile)
 HERE, I guess...
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College, Martin, and Music: 4G.1 209. B 20:42 LTE This is consistent with his previous statement that he will permanently delete his channel after reaching the 50-million-subscriber mark. Nonetheless, it is important to note that Kjellberg does not plan to quit being a content producer on YouTube... PewDiePie threatens to shut down YouTube channel over row Evening Standard- Dec 7, 2016 The 27-year-old, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg. set up his channel in 2010 before quitting college one year later to focus on becoming a professional YouTube personality. He now has 49.7 million subscribers, was named the highest paid YouTube star The Biggest Star on YouTube Is Going to War With It New York Magazine 15 hours ago is he joking about deleting his account? Probably....The 20 seconds of Kjellberg's ten-minute video were excerpted by U.K. outlet The Independent with the headline: "PewDiePie: YouTube may be 'killing my channel because I'm white, so l'll delete it PewDiePie To Delete His Channel at 50 Million Subscribers, Currently Has 49.5 Subscribers MStarsNews-Dec 4, 2016 DELETING MY CHANNEL 34,747,001 views 1.7M 260K Share Save PewDiePie 76,324,772 subscrib.. SUBSCRIBED A Published on 9 Dec 2016 RIP Caption authors iBite Balogh Bianka frV Olivér (Hungarian) Ábrahám Martin Caption author (French Caption authors muhammad shabab THE GREAT (Urdu) Caption authors Lefty music nerd Babui (Bangla) Caption authors Lara pe099pe Cutie Pie (Croatian) Caption author ace music with emotion François-Luc Soucy INDIA PooDiePie Is MF ElitePlays
College, Martin, and Music: 4G.1 209. B 20:42
 LTE
 This is consistent with his previous statement that he will permanently delete his channel after
 reaching the 50-million-subscriber mark. Nonetheless, it is important to note that Kjellberg does not
 plan to quit being a content producer on YouTube...
 PewDiePie threatens to shut down YouTube channel over row
 Evening Standard- Dec 7, 2016
 The 27-year-old, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg. set up his channel in 2010 before quitting
 college one year later to focus on becoming a professional YouTube personality. He now has 49.7
 million subscribers, was named the highest paid YouTube star
 The Biggest Star on YouTube Is Going to War With It
 New York Magazine 15 hours ago
 is he joking about deleting his account? Probably....The 20 seconds of Kjellberg's ten-minute
 video were excerpted by U.K. outlet The Independent with the headline: "PewDiePie: YouTube may
 be 'killing my channel because I'm white, so l'll delete it
 PewDiePie To Delete His Channel at 50 Million Subscribers, Currently Has
 49.5 Subscribers
 MStarsNews-Dec 4, 2016
 DELETING MY CHANNEL
 34,747,001 views
 1.7M
 260K
 Share
 Save
 PewDiePie
 76,324,772 subscrib..
 SUBSCRIBED A
 Published on 9 Dec 2016
 RIP
 Caption authors iBite Balogh Bianka frV Olivér
 (Hungarian) Ábrahám Martin
 Caption
 author (French
 Caption authors muhammad shabab THE GREAT
 (Urdu)
 Caption authors Lefty music nerd Babui
 (Bangla)
 Caption authors Lara pe099pe Cutie Pie
 (Croatian)
 Caption author ace music with emotion
 François-Luc Soucy
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Doe, Facts, and Control: CONTENT PERSUASIVENESS CONTENT MANAGEMENT (Conventions) .ideas and development of the topic are effectively effective the purpose of the assignment is fulfilled |(spelling, punctuation, etc.) are with complete and relevant information. the tone is appropriate for the assignment and awareness of audience is evident words and expressions are used accurately and sentence structure, usage, and mechanics Proportion of error to length and comple xity of controlled response must be considered. Excellent The ideas are consistently thoughtful,. and development of the topic is effective.accurate and effective. Words and expressions used are consistently written work consistently The writing demonstrates thorough and usage, and mechanics. Errors, if present do not writing but rather persuasive persuades reader in their use of Convincing information is presented facts and ideas and this information is substantiated by in- consistent control of correct sentence structure,. The writer does not use expos depth specific details that fulfill the purpose of the assignment. impede meaning. techniques taught in class. A tone appropriate for the audience is clearly maintained Proficient Majority of the ideas are thoughtful, and.Majority of words and expressions used are development of the topic is typically effective .The writer uses many of the strategies given in class, but doe always persuade the reader accurate and effective. Majority of the writing demonstrates competent and consistent control of correct sentence structure, usage, and mechanics Errors, if present rarely impede meaning (Parts of your response are off topic or too general) Significant information is presented, and this information is substantiated by some specific details that fulfill the purpose of the assignment. A tone appropriate for the audience is often maintained . Some of the ideas are appropriate but .Words and expressions used are generally . Basic information is presented, but this .The writing demonstrates basic control of Some strategies are used, b essay is somewhat expository than persuasive Satisfactory accurate and occasionally effective development of the topic is general information lacks support and detail to fulfill the purpose of the assignment correct sentence structure, usage, and mechanics. Errors occasionally impede A tone appropriate for the audience is meaning occasionally maintained
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Isis, Pressure, and Taken: Monday, 10 December 2018 THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Statement from the Press Secretary Since President Donald J. Trump's first day in office, he has remained resolute in his commitment to defend the American people from the threat of terrorism. In October, the President signed a comprehensive National Strategy for Counterterrorism, which details the Administration's approach to defeating ISIS and other extremist groups at home and abroad. Today, President Trump has taken a decisive step to counter one of the gravest dimensions of the terrorist threat - the prospect that ISIS and other extremist groups could attempt to use Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) against the United States. By approving the National Strategy for Countering WMD Terrorism, President Trump has emphasized the urgency of placing chemical biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons beyond the reach of the world's most dangerous people. This strategy is the first-ever comprehensive, public description of the United States Government's approach to combating WMD terrorism The President's new strategy has three core elements. First, the United States will lead global efforts to close off terrorists' access to WMD and related materials. Second, the United States will apply consistent pressure against terrorist groups that seek to obtain and use these weapons including by targeting terrorist WMD specialists and facilitators. Third, as an insurance policy, the United States will strengthen our defenses against WMD threats at home and abroad. Taking these steps will reduce the likelihood of the most destructive weapons falling into the hands of the world's most dangerous terrorists, and reasserts the President's promise to do whatever is necessary to protect Americans.
Isis, Pressure, and Taken: Monday, 10 December 2018
 THE WHITE HOUSE
 Office of the Press Secretary
 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 Statement from the Press
 Secretary
 Since President Donald J. Trump's first day in office, he has remained resolute in his commitment
 to defend the American people from the threat of terrorism. In October, the President signed a
 comprehensive National Strategy for Counterterrorism, which details the Administration's
 approach to defeating ISIS and other extremist groups at home and abroad.
 Today, President Trump has taken a decisive step to counter one of the gravest dimensions of the
 terrorist threat - the prospect that ISIS and other extremist groups could attempt to use Weapons
 of Mass Destruction (WMD) against the United States. By approving the National Strategy for
 Countering WMD Terrorism, President Trump has emphasized the urgency of placing chemical
 biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons beyond the reach of the world's most dangerous
 people. This strategy is the first-ever comprehensive, public description of the United States
 Government's approach to combating WMD terrorism
 The President's new strategy has three core elements. First, the United States will lead global
 efforts to close off terrorists' access to WMD and related materials. Second, the United States will
 apply consistent pressure against terrorist groups that seek to obtain and use these weapons
 including by targeting terrorist WMD specialists and facilitators. Third, as an insurance policy, the
 United States will strengthen our defenses against WMD threats at home and abroad.
 Taking these steps will reduce the likelihood of the most destructive weapons falling into the hands
 of the world's most dangerous terrorists, and reasserts the President's promise to do whatever is
 necessary to protect Americans.
College, Fucking, and Future: When you guys have visited potential apartments what kind of questions did you ask besides the basics like what rent and utlities include? Here are questions I didn't ask but should have: what Brief info of who lives in the building. Are they colege kids? People that work through the day? What kind of fuses does the apartment use? (My use box is in the basement. If I blow a fuse I have to which I didn't know until it happend and I was sitting Who do I call for repairs? (If it's a private rental storage? count the outlets, ask about recycling policies, aski midnight, everything goes on the weekend, etc) Whether subletting is allowed (esp if you're in college and might want to sublet for the summer) If you have a car, whether there's parking/how much thett (seriously people stealing your packages can What kind of verification of your salary will they want, and in what circumstances will they accept a Assuming you are in the middle of looking at When does the lease start? Are you going to give Whether groups of a certain number of people get Really anything about who they prioritize for it can save you a lot of trouble in trying but important rights you should be aware of a when and for what reasons are your landlords allowed to enter your home? how much of a notice should they give you before entering? can the landlord make modifications to your home or what are the options and conditions for breaking your lease early there's an emergency? (this is ESPECIALLY important for anyone moving to a new state/considerable distance where you are not able to visit the apartment/home before you rent students get taken advantage of ALL THE TIME with if your first or last month at the property is a partial stay [ie.you move in on july 15th, and rent is typically due on the first) make sure you don't pay the fuw tst month's rent before you know the area lawsl in many states, you are only legally required to pay for the time you are occupying the property is renter's insurance necessary? many apartments want at least 30k coverage, which can run a couple crimes on the property? for example, if your car was broken into, if noT GET RENTER S INSURANCE ask if there's any property uplkeep you can do to get a bit off the rent (aka, can they take 100sS off the monthly rent if you maintain the lawns/garden, etc.) -ask if there's been any consistent/frequent trouble ANY PLUMBING I5SUES? check ALL the tucking taps, the showers, EVERYTHING WITH WATER to ANY PLUMBING ISSUES? check ALL the fucking taps, the showers, EVERYTHING WITH WATER to make sure it all works right. ICANNOT SECOND THIS ENOUGH who last lived here? why did they leave? Do they charge an "amenities fee" (Around here you can't avoid them at all now, but some places you Do they have a policy on rent increases? (Also Are utlities paid in a separate check or with the Are utlities metered or pro-rated (in older buildings subsidizing the people who turn the a/c down to 60 in the summer or the heat up to 80 in the winter you may not be able to avoid this but it's worth Are there any switched circuits in the apartment. Buildings built in the late sicties through the early n have switched circuits. If they do, then with the number of devices used these days you will probably have to have something important on the switched circuit tape the switch in the on position! What are the rules on hanging pictures? bulbs in permanent fctures? If it's you and there's a fixture with weird/unusual bulbs (globe style, chandelier style, etc) ask where you can buy the What are the rules about pets? Do they have breed fish tanks? (Believe it or not that's nat uncomman). This will be so useful once my lease is up thanks responsible for their rent? What about security deposit, how much is it and what do you have to do to document existing damages before you move in? It's boring as hell, but read the lease before you sign i! Ask questions and clanify anything you natice until we were moving out because I didn't read the entire lease) and another that tried to keep part of rmy security deposit because I didn't pay for professional cleaning, but we got the money back because it wasn't part of their lease that we'd Take pictures/make detailed notes about damages already present on move-in. Add additional sheets to what they give you if needed because chances are to be just as nitpicky when you move out to try and keep part of your security deposit. An addition to the hanging pictures-ask what they whether they want you to repair the holes to keep part of your deposit. It you're planning to wall mount your TV ask specifically about using molly bolts because they're going to leave a much larger hole a *little* bit of cursing sorry but this is some really good info for the future. LIFE HACKS adulting tips good stuff like that
College, Fucking, and Future: When you guys have visited potential apartments
 what kind of questions did you ask besides the
 basics like what rent and utlities include?
 Here are questions I didn't ask but should have: what
 Brief info of who lives in the building. Are they
 colege kids? People that work through the day?
 What kind of fuses does the apartment use? (My
 use box is in the basement. If I blow a fuse I have to
 which I didn't know until it happend and I was sitting
 Who do I call for repairs? (If it's a private rental
 storage?
 count the outlets, ask about recycling policies, aski
 midnight, everything goes on the weekend, etc)
 Whether subletting is allowed (esp if you're in
 college and might want to sublet for the summer)
 If you have a car, whether there's parking/how much
 thett (seriously people stealing your packages can
 What kind of verification of your salary will they
 want, and in what circumstances will they accept a
 Assuming you are in the middle of looking at
 When does the lease start? Are you going to give
 Whether groups of a certain number of people get
 Really anything about who they prioritize for
 it can save you a lot of trouble in trying
 but important rights you should be aware of a
 when and for what reasons are your landlords
 allowed to enter your home? how much of a notice
 should they give you before entering?
 can the landlord make modifications to your home or
 what are the options and conditions for breaking
 your lease early there's an emergency? (this is
 ESPECIALLY important for anyone moving to a new
 state/considerable distance where you are not able
 to visit the apartment/home before you rent
 students get taken advantage of ALL THE TIME with
 if your first or last month at the property is a partial
 stay [ie.you move in on july 15th, and rent is
 typically due on the first) make sure you don't pay
 the fuw tst month's rent before you know the area
 lawsl in many states, you are only legally required to
 pay for the time you are occupying the property
 is renter's insurance necessary? many apartments
 want at least 30k coverage, which can run a couple
 crimes on the property? for example, if your car was
 broken into, if noT GET RENTER S INSURANCE
 ask if there's any property uplkeep you can do to get
 a bit off the rent (aka, can they take 100sS off the
 monthly rent if you maintain the lawns/garden, etc.)
 -ask if there's been any consistent/frequent trouble
 ANY PLUMBING I5SUES? check ALL the tucking
 taps, the showers, EVERYTHING WITH WATER to
 ANY PLUMBING ISSUES? check ALL the fucking
 taps, the showers, EVERYTHING WITH WATER to
 make sure it all works right.
 ICANNOT SECOND THIS ENOUGH
 who last lived here? why did they leave?
 Do they charge an "amenities fee" (Around here
 you can't avoid them at all now, but some places you
 Do they have a policy on rent increases? (Also
 Are utlities paid in a separate check or with the
 Are utlities metered or pro-rated (in older buildings
 subsidizing the people who turn the a/c down to 60
 in the summer or the heat up to 80 in the winter
 you may not be able to avoid this but it's worth
 Are there any switched circuits in the apartment.
 Buildings built in the late sicties through the early
 n have switched circuits. If they do, then
 with the number of devices used these days you will
 probably have to have something important on the
 switched circuit tape the switch in the on position!
 What are the rules on hanging pictures?
 bulbs in permanent fctures? If it's you and there's a
 fixture with weird/unusual bulbs (globe style,
 chandelier style, etc) ask where you can buy the
 What are the rules about pets? Do they have breed
 fish tanks? (Believe it or not that's nat uncomman).
 This will be so useful once my lease is up thanks
 responsible for their rent? What about security
 deposit, how much is it and what do you have to do
 to document existing damages before you move in?
 It's boring as hell, but read the lease before you
 sign i! Ask questions and clanify anything you natice
 until we were moving out because I didn't read the
 entire lease) and another that tried to keep part of
 rmy security deposit because I didn't pay for
 professional cleaning, but we got the money back
 because it wasn't part of their lease that we'd
 Take pictures/make detailed notes about damages
 already present on move-in. Add additional sheets to
 what they give you if needed because chances are
 to be just as nitpicky when you move
 out to try and keep part of your security deposit.
 An addition to the hanging pictures-ask what they
 whether they want you to repair the holes to keep
 part of your deposit. It you're planning to wall mount
 your TV ask specifically about using molly bolts
 because they're going to leave a much larger hole
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a *little* bit of cursing sorry but this is some really good info for the future. LIFE HACKS adulting tips good stuff like that

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 GAMING
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 crude and inappropriate jokes hav
 re and he l
 Semetic Neo-Nazi, but certain other
 been reported. He has helped to raise
 scandals which were not given the
 same long-lasting attention. When
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 forest in Japan, it was given a certain
 level of attention, but his consistent
 disrespectful and racist comments
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 also provide advice and guidance
 for anyone who is concerned about f growth curves are
 anhd actions while on holiday pON A PERSONAL NOTE
 ung person in their life. Mental believed, then Pewdiepi
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 here he tasered a dead rat, were Tuesday, the 20t
 the modern on YouTube at
 month. Here are some
 statistics to show the
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 specially this close to exams
 rom the controversy. with a YouTube a Nerd themed quiz along wit
 Sci-Fi Society and
 of his 1o)mowing
 I go directly to the charity. This
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 can be wrong. I didn't do it
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 OF THE MAIN-STREAMrrecm hu ter
 person. An absolutely fantastic event subscribers (at time
 for everyone and a huge thank you was to be a country
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 t. The people aged 12 - 25 li
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 The Wall Street Journal
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 Klein, a Jewish sketch comedian, created by individuals or groups, who
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 mental health is
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 eterioration
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 since August 2016, PewDiePie has
 ived 282,807
 ube. His story is an amazing
 fter dropping out of college, and unsubstantiated. On 13 February, "PewDieP
 despite evidence on this being scarce
 made bad jokes, quoted as saying,
 scale print journalism has had its own
 not a real racist.controversies, from
 of 47,134,500 h
 time on his chanr
 multi-channel network cut its ties the boundary
 with PewDiePie because
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 a little too far, but invasions of privacy with respect to
 guys, that's it. Let's not call him an certain tabloid media. It must also
 anti-Semite." The controversy was be noted that many aspects of the
 YouTube channel, passing
 subscribers in July 2012.
 has received over 19 billion controversy and the additional videos
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 none of Pewdi
 FELT COMFORTABLE
 a live-stream. He most larg
 e-scale television companie
 world-wide. From humble resulting videos are inappropriate."(the slur) did [slip out] because there Fox News
 not going to make any excuses to why
 their two-party s
 aid the consequences; no one else
 would be held accountable
 are no excuses for it. I'm disappointed
 advertising programme, as well as learned nothing from all these past a study in the United States by t
 channel in the US has 2.34mill
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 hurt or disappointed anyone with all Republican Vote in 2008 could have
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 the Independent and Polygon, often am, I should know better."
 reason. He is just one man, his content
 napproachab
 has been criticised, and rightly so,
 but has shown genuine empathy and
 POSITIVE
 in
 It could be argued that certain aspects
 from correct, and of course should, happy to see a new form of media,
 have, been criticised. It is, YouTube, lose credibility through
 2
 ENCOURAGED ME TO TALK MORE
 owever, and through
 context in order to heighten the issues
 Kjellberg's actions have been far
 too far in accusing him of using his content to and
 a stream of normalise Neo-Nazism
 lot more than can be said for others
 who were in his position. In a worl
 of imperfections, he is no different.
 however, worth looking at various scandals, and while it
Crazy, Drugs, and Friends: QuiZ For use with "Does Nikolas Cruz Deserve to Dle? on p. 14 of the miga Does Nikolas Cruz Deserve to Die? Choose the best answer for each of the following questions. For the analysis section, refer to the article as needed. CHECK COMPREHENSION ANALYZE THE TEXT 1. What does the Eighth Amendment prohlblt? 5. Whlch detall does the author Include to develop the Idea that mistakes happen with death sentences? a autocratic regimes b DNA-based exonerations cruel and unusual punishment d a 19 states have abolished capital punishment... b ". since 1973, 162 death row inmates have e executions performed by doctors been exonerated..." c " the countries that execute the most people are China, Iran, and Saudi Arabia" 2. Why dld the Supreme Court Impose a moratorlum on executions in 19727 d .the Court said that process was unconstitutional" States could not get the drugs required for lethal injections. There were no consistent standards for who was being executed. Other countries put pressure on the Unlted States to change its execution policies. Several death row inmates testified that they could no longer remember their crimes. 6. When the author writes "botched executions" b she Is referring to executions that_ a used nitrogen gas b happened before 1972 e were quickly completed d had something go wrong c d 3. Why did states start using lethal Injection 7. as the method for execution in the 1980s? a Lethaf injection was seen as more humane. b The Supreme Court ruled against using all other Which detall from the article provides the best evidence for the answer to question 6 a methods of execution. Juries would vote for the death penalty only if it would be done by lethal injection. all of the above "As a work-around, several states are now considering a totally new method..." "Since then, more than 1480 people have been put to death. b e ctook hours to carry out and seemed d to involve extreme suffering. Kenneth Preston @kennethrpreston Does Nikolas Cruz Deserve to Die?" Today 9th graders at a school just 10 minutes from the Stoneman Douglas shooting were given this assignment. Crazy idea, don't give kids assignments on the shooter that killed their friends? 133 12:40 PM- Dec 7, 2018
Crazy, Drugs, and Friends: QuiZ
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 ANALYZE THE TEXT
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 What does the Eighth Amendment prohlblt?
 5.
 Whlch detall does the author Include to develop the
 Idea that mistakes happen with death sentences?
 a
 autocratic regimes
 b
 DNA-based exonerations
 cruel and unusual punishment
 d
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 b ". since 1973, 162 death row inmates have
 e
 executions performed by doctors
 been exonerated..."
 c " the countries that execute the most
 people are China, Iran, and Saudi Arabia"
 2.
 Why dld the Supreme Court Impose a moratorlum
 on executions in 19727
 d .the Court said that process was
 unconstitutional"
 States could not get the drugs required
 for lethal injections.
 There were no consistent standards
 for who was being executed.
 Other countries put pressure on the Unlted States
 to change its execution policies.
 Several death row inmates testified that they
 could no longer remember their crimes.
 6. When the author writes "botched executions"
 b
 she Is referring to executions that_
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 3. Why did states start using lethal Injection
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 Does Nikolas Cruz Deserve to Die?"
 Today 9th graders at a school just 10 minutes from the
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 killed their friends?
 133
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Fbi, Email, and Link: We identified numerous FBI employees, at all levels of the organization and with no official reason to be in contact with the media, who were nevertheless in frequent contact with reporters. Attached to this report as Attachments E and F are two link charts that reflect the volume of communications that we identified between FBI employees and media representatives in April/May and October 2016. We have profound concerns about the volume and extent of unauthorized media contacts by FBI personnel that we have uncovered during our review. In addition, we identified instances where FBI employees improperly received benefits from reporters, including tickets to sporting events, golfing outings, drinks and meals, and admittance to nonpublic social events. We will separately report on those investigations as they are concluded, consistent with the Inspector General Act, other applicable federal statutes, and OIG policy The harm caused by leaks, fear of potential leaks, and a culture of unauthorized media contacts is illustrated in Chapters Ten and Eleven of our report, where we detail the fact that these issues influenced FBI officials who were advising Comey on consequential investigative decisions in October 2016. The FBI updated its media policy in November 2017, restating its strict guidelines concerning media contacts, and identifying who is required to obtain authority before engaging members of the media, and when and where to report media contact. We do not believe the problem is with the FBI's policy, which we found to be clear and unambiguous. Rather, we concluded that these leaks highlight the need to change what appears to be a cultural attitude among many in the organization "If Hillary is innocent, where are all her official public record emails about the U1 deal when she was Sec of State?" (they don't exist, she never saved one email on the official system, and never sat an IG in her department!)
Fbi, Email, and Link: We identified numerous FBI employees, at all levels of
 the organization and with no official reason to be in
 contact with the media, who were nevertheless in
 frequent contact with reporters. Attached to this report
 as Attachments E and F are two link charts that reflect
 the volume of communications that we identified
 between FBI employees and media representatives in
 April/May and October 2016. We have profound
 concerns about the volume and extent of unauthorized
 media contacts by FBI personnel that we have
 uncovered during our review.
 In addition, we identified instances where FBI
 employees improperly received benefits from reporters,
 including tickets to sporting events, golfing outings,
 drinks and meals, and admittance to nonpublic social
 events. We will separately report on those
 investigations as they are concluded, consistent with
 the Inspector General Act, other applicable federal
 statutes, and OIG policy
 The harm caused by leaks, fear of potential leaks, and a
 culture of unauthorized media contacts is illustrated in
 Chapters Ten and Eleven of our report, where we detail
 the fact that these issues influenced FBI officials who
 were advising Comey on consequential investigative
 decisions in October 2016. The FBI updated its media
 policy in November 2017, restating its strict guidelines
 concerning media contacts, and identifying who is
 required to obtain authority before engaging members
 of the media, and when and where to report media
 contact. We do not believe the problem is with the
 FBI's policy, which we found to be clear and
 unambiguous. Rather, we concluded that these leaks
 highlight the need to change what appears to be a
 cultural attitude among many in the organization
"If Hillary is innocent, where are all her official public record emails about the U1 deal when she was Sec of State?" (they don't exist, she never saved one email on the official system, and never sat an IG in her department!)

"If Hillary is innocent, where are all her official public record emails about the U1 deal when she was Sec of State?" (they don't exist, sh...

Animals, Bailey Jay, and Community: Researchers have used Easter Island Moal replicas to show how they might have been walked to where they Finally. People need to realize aliens aren't the answer for everything (when they use it to erase poc What's really wild is that the native people literally told the Europeans "they walked" when asked how the statues were moved The Europeans were like ๆ01 these backwards heathens and their fairy tales guess it's Maori told Europeans that kiore were native rats and no one believed them until DNA tests proved it And the Iroquois told Europeans that squirels showed evidence of quakes from the Cascadia fault line. Roopkund Lake AKA Skeleton Lake" in the Himalayas in India is eerie because it was discovered with hundreds of skeletal remains and for the life of them researchers couldnt figure out what it was that killed them. For decades the mystery went unsolved Until they finaly payed closer attention to local songs and legend that all essentially said "Yah the Goddess Nanda Devi got mad and sent huge heave stones down to kill them. That was consistent with huge contusions found all on their neck and shoulders and the weather patterns of the area, which are prone to huge & inevitably deadly goddamn hailstones Literally these legends were past down for over a thousand years and it still took researched 50 to "figure Adding to this, the Inuit communities in Nunavut KNEW where bath the wrecks of the HMS Erebus and HMS Terror were literally the entire time but Europeans/white people didnt even bother consulting them about either Inuit traditional knowledge was critical to the discovery of both ships, she pointed out, offering the Canadian government a powerful demonstration of what can be achieved when Inuit voices are included in the process. In contrast, the tragic fate of the 129 men on the Fran- klin expedition hints at the high cost of marginalising those who best know the area and its history. If Inuit had been consulted 200 years ago and asked for their traditional knowledge-this is our backyard- those two wrecks would have been found, Iives would have been saved. Im confident of that" she said. "But they believed their civilization was superior and that Oh yeah, Iheard a lat of stories about Terror, the ships but I guess Parks Canada don't listen to people, Kogvik Schimnowski said the crew had also heard stories about people on the land seeing the silhouette of a The community knew about this for many, many years. It's hard for people to stop and actually listen Indigenous Australians have had stories about giant kangaroos and wombats for thousands of years, and European settlers just kinda assumed they were myths. Cut to more recently when evidence of megafauna was discovered, giant versions of Australian animals that Similarly, scientists have been stumped abothow native Palm trees got to a valley in the middle of Australia, and it wasn't until a few years ago that someone did DNA testing and concluded that seeds had been carried there from the north around 30 000 people have had stories about gods from the north carrying the seeds to a valley in the central desert ch man let me tell you about Indigenous Australian checking that's unique on the planet, meaning there's no drifting or mutation of the story,seriously they are hardcore about maintaining integrity) means that we it's literally the oldest accurate oral history of the world. Now consider this: most people consider the start of recorded history to be with the Sumerians and the Early Dynastic period of the Egyptians. So around 3500 BCE or five and a half thousand years ago These highly accurate Aboriginal oral histories originate Aint it amazing what white people consider history and I always said disservice is done to oral traditions and myth when you take them Ineraly, Ancient people were White people: "What a historical mystery!" Brown people: *eyeroll*
Animals, Bailey Jay, and Community: Researchers have used Easter Island Moal replicas to
 show how they might have been walked to where they
 Finally. People need to realize aliens aren't the
 answer for everything (when they use it to erase poc
 What's really wild is that the native people literally
 told the Europeans "they walked" when asked how the
 statues were moved The Europeans were like ๆ01 these
 backwards heathens and their fairy tales guess it's
 Maori told Europeans that kiore were native rats and no
 one believed them until DNA tests proved it
 And the Iroquois told Europeans that squirels showed
 evidence of quakes from the Cascadia fault line.
 Roopkund Lake AKA Skeleton Lake" in the Himalayas
 in India is eerie because it was discovered with
 hundreds of skeletal remains and for the life of them
 researchers couldnt figure out what it was that killed
 them. For decades the mystery went unsolved
 Until they finaly payed closer attention to local songs
 and legend that all essentially said "Yah the Goddess
 Nanda Devi got mad and sent huge heave stones
 down to kill them. That was consistent with huge
 contusions found all on their neck and shoulders and
 the weather patterns of the area, which are prone
 to huge & inevitably deadly goddamn hailstones
 Literally these legends were past down for over a
 thousand years and it still took researched 50 to "figure
 Adding to this, the Inuit communities in Nunavut KNEW
 where bath the wrecks of the HMS Erebus and HMS
 Terror were literally the entire time but Europeans/white
 people didnt even bother consulting them about either
 Inuit traditional knowledge was critical to the discovery
 of both ships, she pointed out, offering the Canadian
 government a powerful demonstration of what can be
 achieved when Inuit voices are included in the process.
 In contrast, the tragic fate of the 129 men on the Fran-
 klin expedition hints at the high cost of marginalising
 those who best know the area and its history.
 If Inuit had been consulted 200 years ago and asked
 for their traditional knowledge-this is our backyard-
 those two wrecks would have been found, Iives would
 have been saved. Im confident of that" she said. "But
 they believed their civilization was superior and that
 Oh yeah, Iheard a lat of stories about Terror, the ships
 but I guess Parks Canada don't listen to people, Kogvik
 Schimnowski said the crew had also heard stories
 about people on the land seeing the silhouette of a
 The community knew about this for many, many
 years. It's hard for people to stop and actually listen
 Indigenous Australians have had stories about giant
 kangaroos and wombats for thousands of years, and
 European settlers just kinda assumed they were myths.
 Cut to more recently when evidence of megafauna was
 discovered, giant versions of Australian animals that
 Similarly, scientists have been stumped abothow
 native Palm trees got to a valley in the middle of
 Australia, and it wasn't until a few years ago that
 someone did DNA testing and concluded that seeds
 had been carried there from the north around 30 000
 people have had stories about gods from the north
 carrying the seeds to a valley in the central desert
 ch man let me tell you about Indigenous Australian
 checking that's unique on the planet, meaning there's
 no drifting or mutation of the story,seriously they are
 hardcore about maintaining integrity) means that we
 it's literally the oldest accurate oral history of the world.
 Now consider this: most people consider the start of
 recorded history to be with the Sumerians and the Early
 Dynastic period of the Egyptians. So around 3500 BCE
 or five and a half thousand years ago
 These highly accurate Aboriginal oral histories originate
 Aint it amazing what white people consider history and
 I always said disservice is done to oral traditions and
 myth when you take them Ineraly, Ancient people were
White people: "What a historical mystery!" Brown people: *eyeroll*

White people: "What a historical mystery!" Brown people: *eyeroll*