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2014.12.05 23:07 _Anaklusmos_ Hunting in South Carolina

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2023.05.29 06:46 Adam-best Sliding Wrapping Paper Cutter-Makes Cuts In Seconds Your Best Assistant for Christmas Gift Wrapping!!!! Whenever I cut some wrapping paper to wrap a gift, the cut are comes out so jagged that it looks like there was an earthquake happening while I was cutting it. If you're sick of cutting your

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2023.05.29 06:42 Aimless_Angler27 27 [M4F] - If you're introverted, warmhearted, into nerdy things and miss having more friends, it's likely we're 99% alike already!

😌✌️ ABOUT ME: - M27 - Japanese descent, living in South America - Libra - ISFJ - Introverted at first - Talkative once the friendship evolves - Nerdy and geek - Multifandoms - Cinephile - Animation lover (Disney, Ghibli...) - Both a dog and a cat person - Good listener and advice-giver - LGBTQ+ friendly and supporter
🧐🔍 WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR: - A like-minded friend, around my age (23-33yo), for a wholesome platonic FRIENDSHIP! I'm engaged IRL so I don't mind whether you're single or also in a relationship, since I'm genuinely only looking for friends. - I tend to create stronger bonds with women friends for some reason, I guess because my hobbies and tastes are not the tipically masculine ones... - It matters not what your country is, nor what your main language is, as long as you can write and read english, of course. - It matters not what you look like, or even your religion, beliefs or your orientation. I'm super open-minded and I'll talk to you the same way I'd talk to any human.
🤓📱 CONTACT METHOD: - Reddit's DM - If our trust develop in time, I'll be happy to reach out via other social media (like Insta) or messaging Apps (Tele, Whats). - I love both texting and receiving/sending voice notes, if you prefer that over typing. - However, I'm not into voice-chatting at all, because English is not my main language - so I suck at both speaking and listening to it at a quickly pace - and I share the house with my in-laws who are really nosy. - I'm not online during 100% of the day, and naturally I don't expect you to be either. We all have our real lives and stuff to attend to, after all. But I'll always try to message whenever I can, I don't ghost people on purpose (unless there's something really creepy/suspicious in your profile that drives me away).
💬✅️ TOPICS I'M SUPERB AT TALKING ABOUT: all things geek and nerdy, movies (comedy, sci-fi and fantasy), TV series, collections, Marvel, Star Wars, RPG, all things Nintendo (Pokémon, Mario, Zelda), cosplay, family and relationship challenges, advice giving, science, art, painting, drawing, photography, books, pets, doggos, traveling, animation, all things Disney/Pixar, cooking, baking, recipes, DIYs, home decor, skin care, music, history, biology, introvertness, fashion, astrology, crystals, or even more deep 'n philosophical convos.
💬❌️ TOPICS I'M NOT THE BEST AT TALKING ABOUT: soccer and other team-based and televisioned sports, drinking and smoking, cars (my knowledge on them is limited to driving them, haha!), US or Europe specific politics/economics (since I'm south american), and online gaming (I know barely anything lanched post-2014, I'm more of a gameplay watcher and a retro gamer, but if you're passionate about it I'll love listening to your stories and preferences!).
I was never surrounded by a huge amount of friends growing up. I guess I was always the "quality over quantity" guy. After high school and college, my few important friends scattered around different cities and countries, so I ended up friendless... After the pandemics, I felt people built a huge stone wall around themselves: they're harder to befriend, harder to talk to, struggle more to open themselves, and so on... So I had no luck on meeting new friends from 2020 till 2023. Is Reddit gonna be my last-resort solution? Do you feel we'll have a good connection? Then DM me like we're already best friends!
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2023.05.29 06:41 ts_df Trashy NRI Indian males (dowry murders)

Trashy NRI Indian males (dowry murders)
Indian males are trashy every where. They've killed many women for dowry in Australia and UK. Women be aware, marry local men instead of non-assimilated misogynist desi males and their families.
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2023.05.29 06:40 theruthisloose Trip report: 6 day work trip in combination mild + tropical weather

Trip report: 6 day work trip in combination mild + tropical weather
Hi all, I travel a lot for work on sketchy airlines. Thus I am always trying to perfect my carry-on only set up! Here is a recent trip itinerary:
  • Day 1> Fly to Australia (mild weather), overnight
  • Day 2> Fly to Vanuatu (tropical weather)
  • Days 3-4> Work
  • Day 5> Fly to Australia (mild weather), overnight
  • Day 6> Fly back home

Bags

  • Random coach backpack my MIL got my from the outlets, maybe 25l?
  • Baggu packable tote, black
  • Random woven crossbody purse (stuffed inside the Baggu)
My two bags. The woven purse is inside the black tote, along with my camera equipment and anything I would need easy access to on the plane.

Clothes

All of this goes into two random hand-me-down packing cubes I've accumulated over the years. Shoes go in a plastic grocery bag.
  • Shirts:
    • Athleta turquoise linen wrap shirt
    • H&M brown wrap shirt
    • Target white button down (great, multipurpose piece) (worn)
    • REI turquoise t-shirt
    • REI crop trop / yoga bra thing
    • Work-issued polo
    • Black Diamond rain jacket (worn)
  • Dress:
    • Amazon floral dress (super cheap, which also means the material is super thin and easy to pack)
  • Bottoms:
    • Calvin Klein jeans (normally I wouldn't bring jeans but Australia was quite chilly so I wanted the thicker pant) (worn)
    • Athleta Brooklyn black pants (very thin, great for packing and for tropical weather)
  • Workout:
    • Workout bra, quick dry t-shirt, quick dry shorts (The most important thing for workout gear is that I can wash it every day in my sink and it be dry by the morning. That way I only have to bring one set)
  • Intimates:
    • 8x underwear, various Target brand (1 worn)
    • 1 underwire bra (worn)
    • 1 soft bralette
    • 3x Icebreaker wool socks (love these) (1 worn)
  • Shoes:
    • Black pointed-toe Rothys (I just got these and I like how thin and light they are)
    • Old navy flip flops (flip flops are a must when traveling in the South Pacific)
    • Vivobarefoot primus trail knit black sneakers (amazing onebag shoe!! super light and can be worn on travel days, to the gym, or on the trail) (worn)
Clothes and shoes - PJs, undergarments, and workout gear not included.

Tech

I have one small random bag I use as a tech pouch for the chargers. The rest goes in the laptop section of my backpack or my tote.
  • Macbook Air
  • Two iPhones (work and personal)
  • Kindle
  • Apple Airpods
  • Canon DSLR (necessary for work) + accessories
  • iPhone charger, mini-USB, Macbook charger
  • Wall block w/plug converter

Toiletries

  • Anko large PVC pencil case (these things are amazing! so durable and cheap. I wish I could find a link for you all):
    • See photo caption below
  • Random small canvas pouch:
    • Hair ties
    • Bobby pins
    • Tweezers
    • Nail clippers
    • Mascara
    • Eyebrow pencil + sharpener
    • Lipstick
    • Concealer + small brush
    • Multi stick (used for blush)
    • Two-in-one hairbrush and comb (foldable)
    • Toothbrush (used for brushing back baby hairs when my hair is up)

Toiletries. Top row: toothpaste, bug spray, conditioner, hair gel, toothbrush. Second row: itch cream, deodorant (decanted), mouth guard and floss, contact solution. Third row: face wash, face sunscreen, and homemade dry shampoo all in 1oz eye dropper bottles from Amazon, day and night lotion in the blue contact case, vitamin c serum and prescription in the green and white case, random pills in an old ear plug case. Bottom row: small slivers of shampoo and body bars in the Matador flatpack soap container, extra set of contacts, contact lens case, razor.
Packed, with makeup case

Other

  • Anko pencil case:
    • Passports
    • Pens
    • Foreign sims (in an old gum container)
    • Foreign currency (held with a paper clip)
    • Boarding passes (this size pencil case is the exactly perfect size to fit a standard boarding pass)
    • Entry slips / customs forms, as needed
  • Anko pencil case:
    • 6 granola bars, tea bags, instant coffee (snacks are a must for travel in places with unpredictable food supply)
    • Fork and spoon
  • Random Walmart wallet w/ cards, currency, coins
  • Lifestraw water bottle (seriously a lifesaver and plastic saver when you are traveling someone the water is not potable)
  • Glasses, prescription sunglasses, non-prescription sunglasses
  • Small umbrella
  • Small first aid kit
  • Notebook
  • 10 Lysol wipes
  • 2-3 sheets of laundry detergent + Tide pen in a ziplock bag

Thoughts

Overall, I thought I packed really well! With my camera gear and water bottle in my tote, the backpack weighed 8.5kg, but no one tried to weigh my bag. If I had been doing domestic travel in Vanuatu, I would have to get that down to 7kg.
I was wishing for a warmer jacket or a sweater while on my two overnight transits, so I might try to bring a packable down jacket next time.
I need a new backpack. This one is killing my back!! If you have any recommendations, please drop them here or in my post here.
Any feedback on how I can lighten the load or any feedback at all is welcome. Thank you for reading!
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2023.05.29 06:38 ttthroway2312 My sister is considering sending her 9 year old son to Trails Carolina

Hello Troubled Teens,
I am a TTI survivor in my mid 30s, as is my older half brother. Our sister has been working with education consultants, Aaron Aldridge and Shannon Devilbiss, talking about sending her 9 year old son to Trails Carolina for behavioral issues. I guess the problem is that he bullies his younger brothers and CPS showed up to their house after an incident where the kid had some kind of meltdown, ran into his room, and the father opened the door onto his face. When the kid went to school the next day, he told his teacher that his father hit him and so CPS was sent. I think they are of the mindset that the kid is causing problems, is a danger to his siblings, and is a legal risk to them.
My sister knows of my poor experience, and knows of our brother's which was especially awful. However, she still will not listen to me. I have shared links describing the abuse at Trails. She doesn't "trust what she reads on the internet." I even talked to my therapist about it who has treated kids who have been to Trails. And my sister wouldn't trust my therapist because she described my sister as "having her head in the sand" which upset my sister because her parenting was being criticized I guess. I have been working with my mom who sent me away when I was younger, but has since learned how much of a mistake that was, has also told my sister it was the worst decision of her life, but my sister will still not listen to us. There was a moment where it seemed like I was going to take the kid to live with me for the moment, but now I don't think they're going to let me do that. Any advice? really at a loss here.
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2023.05.29 06:38 CarlyLewis3 How old was James Michael Muller? Irmo firefighter honored by mayor after getting killed in South Carolina apartment blaze

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2023.05.29 06:37 joppekoo Planning a road trip to Norway

See headline, planning to drive from Finland through Sweden to Norway (Tornio to Kiruna to Tromsø/Narvik etc), then go down the coast and drive back somewhere from the south and get a ferry accross the Baltic, idea was to spend 10-14 days after midsummer. If we go full 14, then we might drive first to Hammerfest and drive the whole length. Then there would be an average of 4 hours of driving per day, which I think is manageable.
Where should we stop? We especially like nature and history related stuff, but feel free to suggest whatever you'd stop by to see or do.
Specifically I'm interested in seeing some of the boreal rainforests there, where is a good place to go for them?
And what about the whale safaris? Are they tourist traps?
I'll be taking some fishing gear and a cool box with me too, maybe get a couple cod and saithe filés for my freezer on yhe way.
Also all kinds of museums etc are interesting.
Thanks in advance for any tips you have!
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2023.05.29 06:35 chronicalpainpain How safe is frequent travel and flights throughout pregnancy

I’ve been living and working abroad with my boyfriend (home base is in Canada) and we recently got unplanned pregnancy (36 years old, 13+4 weeks as of now), but ever since first trimester I had to fly and travel nearly every week, plus being on the road and crossing borders …
Now that I’m nearly 14 weeks my bf wants to travel to Singapore … and we recently went to Australia and South East Asia …
The biggest concern for me is stress and cortisol levels … will it affect my baby?
Another problem is I don’t even know where exactly I’ll give birth… is it best to do it in home country or abroad … I’m afraid Canadian embassy will take forever with baby passport …
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2023.05.29 06:35 CarlyLewis3 How old was James Michael Muller? Irmo firefighter honored by mayor after getting killed in South Carolina apartment blaze

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2023.05.29 06:35 BurnabyFWB 35 [M4F] Vancouver, BC, Canada - seeking kinky match: Older, Younger, Any Ethnicity

General Overview:
Mid-30's, officially at the age where I'm equally attracted to women in their early-20's as to women in their late-40's.. plus I enjoy the differences between me and my partners, whether it's age gaps, backgrounds, style, interests & more
Have Full Detailed posts pinned in My Profile for More Info. Tried Reddit in the past but still seeking a lasting situation.. I keep expectations low but never know who might be here plus never know where a great connection can come from. Want all things good: spirited fun play with good kinky sex, chemistry and vibe to connect well socially and physically.
I'm 35, 6', BC born/raised, South Asian/Indian/Brown man, am Tattooed, Dad-Bod?, Shaved Head/No Beard, Groomed and Happily Single, Child-Free & Never Married, Clean/DDF. I'm Living in Burnaby. I Can host, I prefer to, I live by myself.
I'm seeking:
I'd say I'm seriously searching for something casual while casually searching for something serious. A quality match, just as long as we connect well for something worthwhile, seeking social/physical/sexual chemistry to match for this
I am Focused on Career and Personal Goals. Just Wanting Something Fun to Add to my Life with Someone Fun I Like. I want ongoing play partnekinky fun fwb to see regularly, someone I vibe well with/have chemistry overall and enjoy for something that's lasting and fulfilling but ofcourse one day I'd want to find my person as well, until then living life.. just not chasing after a relationship jumping from ltr to ltr.
True to form, I'm simply open and looking, concerned more with connection than future planning or some ticking clock so looking for a quality match that works for me right now, whereas most swiping app profiles specify ltrelationship, and answering the 'what are you looking for' is exhausting
Kinkier Overview:
Naturally, a mix of Daddy Dominant and Primal Hedonist, for those unclear primal is not animal play and hedonist is not sensual, it's bit more nuanced D/s. I'm a Kinkster who tends to vibe the best with a genuinely Submissive leaning kinkier woman. Not into 24/7, tasks out of play. Life's busy enough and I prefer in real life and I won't script out what's naturally fun emerging between two people from shared kinks, this is just to establish similar wavelength energy.. I'd rather a connection that I enjoy than one specific scene and I like passion in bed with kinks, varied dynamics in sex
For those kinky and into it, not for vanillas who don't get it; I genuinely enjoy a lot with the right match, the right energy, generally I enjoy a range from the dominant rough sex and play with oral, fingering, spanking, choking, orgasm control, edging, varying controlled positions, restraints & toys, etc; At times I'm into; using gags, dirty talk, light degradation, hard choking and breath play, free use, anal, impact play, sadism, service sub/slave, rope, praise, training, collaring, and the list goes on. (as different kinks are prominent with different people, so I can't script out a unique connection). To even the slower and sensual play too but moreso within the umbrella of other dynamics, soft & sensual alone feels a bit unfulfilling (there just needs to be more variance to it). And, somewhat under the kink umbrella; I enjoy women in summer dresses, lingerie, heels, mostly a feminine classier style & some outfits; and giving the softer side of aftercare massage, full-body oil play, cuddling, snuggling, caressing..
My kink list isn't exhaustive given the variety of things I like; some kinks have a caveat because not everything works in every situation or within every connection/dynamic in play, but at the end of the day all I seek is a good match overall, whether very experienced, somewhat, even relatively new..
Think we'd mesh:
Introduce yourself with at least some basic level of detail via chat since I've put it all out on the table for my search. Let's have a short message and pic swap then figure out a in person meetup in public somewhere to see if we vibe for more. If not go separate ways, if so then see where it leads
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2023.05.29 06:35 Aimless_Angler27 [27M] Do you think we are like-minded? Then DM me like we're already best friends!

😌✌️ ABOUT ME: - M27 - Japanese descent, living in South America - Libra - ISFJ - Introverted at first - Talkative once the friendship evolves - Nerdy and geek - Multifandoms - Cinephile - Animation lover (Disney, Ghibli...) - Both a dog and a cat person - Good listener and advice-giver - LGBTQ+ friendly and supporter
🧐🔍 WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR: - A like-minded friend, around my age (23-33yo), for a wholesome platonic FRIENDSHIP! I'm engaged IRL so I don't mind whether you're single or also in a relationship, since I'm genuinely only looking for friends. - I tend to create stronger bonds with women friends for some reason, I guess because my hobbies and tastes are not the tipically masculine ones... - It matters not what your country is, nor what your main language is, as long as you can write and read english, of course. - It matters not what you look like, or even your religion, beliefs or your orientation. I'm super open-minded and I'll talk to you the same way I'd talk to any human.
🤓📱 CONTACT METHOD: - Reddit's DM - If our trust develop in time, I'll be happy to reach out via other social media (like Insta) or messaging Apps (Tele, Whats). - I love both texting and receiving/sending voice notes, if you prefer that over typing. - However, I'm not into voice-chatting at all, because English is not my main language - so I suck at both speaking and listening to it at a quickly pace - and I share the house with my in-laws who are really nosy. - I'm not online during 100% of the day, and naturally I don't expect you to be either. We all have our real lives and stuff to attend to, after all. But I'll always try to message whenever I can, I don't ghost people on purpose (unless there's something really creepy/suspicious in your profile that drives me away).
💬✅️ TOPICS I'M SUPERB AT TALKING ABOUT: all things geek and nerdy, movies (comedy, sci-fi and fantasy), TV series, collections, Marvel, Star Wars, RPG, all things Nintendo (Pokémon, Mario, Zelda), cosplay, family and relationship challenges, advice giving, science, art, painting, drawing, photography, books, pets, doggos, traveling, animation, all things Disney/Pixar, cooking, baking, recipes, DIYs, home decor, skin care, music, history, biology, introvertness, fashion, astrology, crystals, or even more deep 'n philosophical convos.
💬❌️ TOPICS I'M NOT THE BEST AT TALKING ABOUT: soccer and other team-based and televisioned sports, drinking and smoking, cars (my knowledge on them is limited to driving them, haha!), US or Europe specific politics/economics (since I'm south american), and online gaming (I know barely anything lanched post-2014, I'm more of a gameplay watcher and a retro gamer, but if you're passionate about it I'll love listening to your stories and preferences!).
I was never surrounded by a huge amount of friends growing up. I guess I was always the "quality over quantity" guy. After high school and college, my few important friends scattered around different cities and countries, so I ended up friendless... After the pandemics, I felt people built a huge stone wall around themselves: they're harder to befriend, harder to talk to, struggle more to open themselves, and so on... So I had no luck on meeting new friends from 2020 till 2023. Is Reddit gonna be my last-resort solution? Do you feel we'll have a good connection? Then DM me like we're already best friends! 🥳
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2023.05.29 06:34 Quasipox Did you struggle with claiming "our" history when newly out (either to just yourself or everyone)?

For background, I'm a 35 year old male who lives in the South and within the last two years has come to accept that I'm some flavor of bisexual (or maybe pan, honestly gender doesn't matter a ton to me in attraction/love). I'm sure some of this is just my weapons-grade anxiety taking over, but I'd like some other opinions.
As someone who grew up thinking I was your average white hetero dude, I still tried to be a good ally, especially in light of my own homophobic language that was common among guys my age. I felt like I had settled who I was, but as I said, I've recently had to admit to myself I'm definitely not as hetero as I once thought.
My issue is that I have a hard time, I guess you'd say allowing myself to be a part of the community and I struggle to claim LGBTQ+ history as my own as I still feel like some kind of impostor in that regard. I'd hate to be complicit in crowding out what I feel are "real" members of the community. I know I'm probably just overthinking it, but I still feel some pangs of guilt over it.
Also, I have noticed a stronger reaction to homophobia and other bigotry (i.e. I've had coworkers use slurs around me while I'm not out to anyone so I'm scared to really challenge it) and that in turn makes me feel guilty as well, as if I wasn't that awesome ally I thought back then. It's as though now that I have some skin in the game, I care more and that feels awful to me. Where I live is not super safe to be out at the moment, so I'm having to keep this stuff close to the chest and I don't really have anyone else to talk about it.
I appreciate any thoughts and want to say thank you to this sub as well as countless others that have helped me on my journey of self-discovery.
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2023.05.29 06:33 MainSettings When do Termite Swarmers stop swarming my house???

Hello, I live in South Florida. I know termites are very common here, and I've been here for almost 3 years now but I've never had this issue before (I moved houses 5-6 times). For the last couple of weeks (maybe months) we've been having huge issues with termite swarmers. As people from outside of the US, it took us so much time to even identify what they are, let alone how to deal with them. I've read thousands of articles online and come to the conclusion that we're not gonna be able to deal with them. Our landlord is a friend, so we're renting the place for cheaper than usual. So he told us that he doesn't care about the termite infection. I graduated from college just this month, and I still don't have an income, my parents are very poor at the moment because they are trying to start up a new life from the beginning (they moved here just 5-6 months ago). We are not gonna be able to afford Termite control, and honestly, I'm the only one who cares about this anyways.
So long story short, I want to know what month do these swarmers stop in south FL? I know we have humid,hot weather so it's gonna take longer than usual (idk if it works that way). Oh I forgot to add, we used a fogger called hot shot, it currently kills all the insects (including termites as soon as they come out) but my biggest problem right now is that my room is probably infested and every time I leave my pc screen open and turn of my light to leave my room, there are hundereds of dead termites when I come back on my bed and desk. Note that my entire floor is made of wood with very large holes between eachother, so it's very likely they are coming out of the ground (since I dont have wood anywhere else). I also know that foggers don't work against termites because they don't take care of their actual colony and just kill the ones that come by, but yeah, it's impossible to explain to my parents. I just want to sleep in peace knowing that no termite is gonna fall on my mouth or go up my nose. I am fine with the ones that are inside the wood, I just want the swarmers to stop asap!
BY THE WAY for some reason they never come out when im in my room. They always come out when I'm gone. Even when everyone is sleeping and im the only one with the lights on, they never come to my room as long as im in there(although idk what they are doing when im sleeping, its gonna be my first day sleeping after the fogger so maybe I will still find them dead on my bed?). If anyone knows why please let me know as well!
also another thing is that I've realized there are billions of them at night all outside too. Not only around our house but entire neighborhood is infested. I'm open to any advices (but please dont tell me to put boric acid on the ground because its humanly impossible for me to cover the entire floor, and I can't even find the holes because all of the planks are distanced to eachother anyways.
tl;dr when does the termite swarmer season end in South FL
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2023.05.29 06:33 GimmeMuchosMangos Best lot to park in if you want to spend the entire day in Manhattan Beach

Hello my fellow South Bay dwellers! I usually only spend a couple hours at a time in Manhattan beach or take an Uber there. If I’m planning on spending an entire day there, where are the best places to park? I’m planning on being near the pier area for most of the day. :)
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2023.05.29 06:31 Che_Als English Teacher Opportunity

Hi All,
Our Singaporean/Chinese client is hiring Native English Teachers for kindergarten to high schools, English centres, and universities.
Headcounts: 80 – 100 teachers
Location: All over China (Such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou)
Requirements: • Must be ONLY from these countries / passport holders: United Kingdom / Ireland, United States, Australia / New Zealand, South Africa, and Canada. • Passionate about the field with the ability to deliver an inquiry-based, trans-disciplinary programme. • Qualified English teacher • Bachelor's Degree or higher qualification in relevant areas • Minimum 3 years teaching experience in the relevant field (IB training/experience is an advantage) • Possess good managerial and interpersonal skills (planning, monitoring, and evaluating) & the ability to collaborate well in a team • Proficient in Microsoft Office • Non-smokers preferred
Benefits: • Salary from 20,000-50,000CNY • Working visa provided (single and family) • Accommodation provided • Airport pick-up • Summer & Winter Vocation+Christmas Holiday • Free Shuttles • Festival Gifts • Spring & Autumn Outing/Travel allowance • Insurances (single and family) • Flexible working hours • Other bonuses
Please kindly hit my message or send your resume to [email protected]

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2023.05.29 06:29 Professional_Edge_61 is it worth it?

is it worth it to get a 23 & me test. i recently only got my haplogroup tested which is u7 and it got me interested in my ancestry. the problem is - i know what the results are going to be and i know what to expect so it’s not like i’m going to find any underlying information about my ancestry or anything. what do y’all think? is this test ultimately worth it? i want to learn more about my early ancestors but for certain regions of south asia, i do not think 23&me has developed the ability to allow me to dive deeper into my heritage.
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2023.05.29 06:28 CA-FinalWala Is Chennai more traditional?

I am a guy who have lived in all 3 parts of country. East- Bhubaneswar, West - Mumbai, North - Delhi and now I am here in Chennai for some work.
Edit: I was writing point 1 and 2 then i thought let's write other observations too. But forgot to change the title. Sorry.
Some thing I noticed here -
1.everyone wears traditional clothes.
2.Literally 15-25 year old girls mostly wear western dresses in other parts but here I haven't seen anyone yet.
3.Also the population is mostly based on 30-50 years old. Population of teenagers looks low here.
4.Some people know English but still it's a bit hard to communicate with others.
5.The misconceptions which I had that most south indians are black isn't true. They are mostly same as west and east(mumbai and Bhubaneswar)
6.local People are very helpful but sadly I don't understand Tamil so i miss it. Hoping to learn some basic tamil soon.
  1. beaches looks amazing. I will go marina beach tomorrow 😊
(Just observed from Chennai Central railway, travelled 20km towards pg and also looked around the locality. Only 2 days so I might be biased. These are just my observations, I don't think anything is good or bad. Every culture is special in its way.)
Also a request to mods of this subreddit please add some more flairs. It's too less.
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2023.05.29 06:27 IdontNeedUrKarma Futbol sub reaction to Joeys call up!

Made a post in futbol 18 months ago when Joey started to turn it round as I was curious if he was getting any shine for it back home, told them what a beast he had become and that he will inevitably force his way into the national team. Since then I've liked to check on their sub from time to time, this is some (probably bad) google translations of their reactions to Joeys call up.
Joe Linton entrou no chat - Joe Linton enters the chat.

Finalmente chamaram o Joeliton, ele merece DEMAIS! - Finally they called Joeliton, he deserves it SO MUCH!

Joelinton é a força que a gente precisa no meio campo, apenas o Casemiro desse time tem aquela garra. Joelinton poderia ja ter ido pra copa no lugar do Fred alias -
Joelinton is the strength we need in the midfield, only Casemiro on this team has that determination. Joelinton could have already gone to the cup instead of Fred.

Joelinton é o melhor meia "box to box" do futebol brasileiro em MUITO tempo. Monstro na defesa, monstro no ataque, inteligente pra carai e um físico de um touro -
Joelinton is the best "box to box" midfielder in Brazilian football in a LONG time Monster on defense, monster on offense, smart as hell and a physique like an ox

Só nossos técnicos burros pra demorar pra ver isso, o cara deveria ter ido pra copa no lugar do Ribeiro. Todo respeito ao Ribeiro, ele é bom contra sul-americanos e times second tier, mas todo mundo pode ver que ele não pode ser utilizado contra os melhores europeus, ele não tem porte físico pra bater de frente no meio, Joelinton é provado no premier e poderia ter sido uma grande arma contra os croatas por exemplo
Only our dumb technicians took so long to see this, the guy should have gone to the cup instead of Ribeiro All respect to Ribeiro, he's good against South Americans and second tier teams, but everyone can see that he can't be used against the best Europeans, he doesn't have the physical stature to face the middle, Joelinton is proven in the premiership and it could have been a great weapon against croats for example.

O Joelinton foi atacante a carreira toda até chegar o atual técnico do Newcastle. Não foram só "nossos técnicos burros" que demoraram pra ver isso. Foi todo mundo menos o Eddie Howe que resgatou a carreira dele na temporada passada.
Joelinton was a striker throughout his career until the current Newcastle coach arrived. It wasn't just "our dumb technicians" who were slow to see this. It was everyone but Eddie Howe who rescued his career last season.

Tinha aquele frio na barriga que o Joelinton poderia representar a Inglaterra mas ai me lembrei que Inglaterra é o Tottenham dos países e ninguém com sanidade ia fazer isso
I had that butterflies in my stomach that Joelinton could represent England but then I remembered that England is the Tottenham of countries and no one sane would do that (That one did make me chuckle!)

Joeliton. Esse cara tem um caso interessante, já estava no Newcastle antes da aquisição bilionária, e parece que isso ajudou ele a jogar melhor também, sei lá se foi comissão técnica melhorada ou o que, mas no fim, melhor pro Brasil.
Joeliton This guy has an interesting case, he was already at Newcastle before the billionaire acquisition, and it seems that this helped him to play better too, I don't know if it was an improved coaching staff or what, but in the end, better for Brazil.

Enough copy and pasting for me today! Over the moon for Big Joe, what a man, what a season!
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2023.05.29 06:25 carefulabalone Does non-corrective ortho-k exist?

Last month, I got prescription ortho-k hard lenses in South Korea. Normally medical stuff there is really high-quality and cheap.
I wore them for 19 nights straight, but they didn’t improve my vision at all.
So I went back to the clinic and told them my vision wasn’t improving. The clinician said, “Oh no! These aren’t meant for the nighttime. These are only for daytime use. They only improve your vision while you’re wearing them.”
I googled ortho-k before and after this experience, and have NEVER heard of ortho-k hard lenses that don’t improve your vision. I wasted $200 because I assumed “ortho-k” meant it’s the vision-improving nighttime kind. I could’ve/should’ve asked to confirm, but I didn’t know there was any other type.
I asked the clinician why anyone would buy these non-corrective ortho k lenses over soft lenses then, and she said some stuff I couldn’t understand. (Language barrier on my end.) I asked her to repeat it, but it was still too hard. Something to do with moisture?
Has anyone heard of ortho-k hard lenses that don’t correct your vision outside of the time you’re wearing them?
I’m mad for wasting $200, but can’t tell whether I should be mad at myself or at the clinic.
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2023.05.29 06:22 healthylifeblogs San Francisco: A City Full of Captivating Stories

Nestled along the picturesque California coast, San Francisco is a city that brims with history, diversity, and a vibrant spirit. From its iconic landmarks to its eclectic neighborhoods, San Francisco has a fascinating tapestry of stories waiting to be discovered. Whether you're a history buff, a culture enthusiast, or simply someone with an appetite for captivating tales, the City by the Bay has a wealth of interesting narratives to offer. Join us as we delve into the rich history and intriguing stories that make San Francisco a truly unique destination.
  1. The Gold Rush and the Birth of a City
San Francisco's story begins with the legendary California Gold Rush of 1849, which drew thousands of fortune seekers to the area in search of gold. Overnight, the sleepy village transformed into a bustling metropolis as prospectors from around the world flocked to its shores. The impact of the Gold Rush still resonates in the city's architecture, culture, and ethos today. Exploring the historic neighborhoods of Jackson Square and the Barbary Coast offers a glimpse into this transformative era.
  1. The Great Quake of 1906
San Francisco's resilience is deeply rooted in the aftermath of the catastrophic earthquake and fire of 1906. The city was devastated, with much of its infrastructure reduced to rubble. However, San Franciscans rallied together to rebuild, showcasing the indomitable spirit that still defines the city today. The stories of heroism, survival, and the subsequent rise from the ashes are integral parts of the city's narrative. The earthquake also led to innovations in urban planning, giving birth to San Francisco's distinctive street grid and earthquake-resistant structures.
  1. The Beat Generation and Counterculture Movement
San Francisco has long been a haven for artistic and literary movements, and the Beat Generation of the 1950s left an indelible mark on the city's cultural landscape. Beat poets like Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac found inspiration in the city's bohemian enclaves, such as North Beach and the City Lights Bookstore. The Beat movement paved the way for the counterculture movement of the 1960s, with the Haight-Ashbury district becoming the epicenter of the Summer of Love. Uncover the stories of these literary rebels and explore the remnants of their creative legacy.
  1. The Golden Gate Bridge: An Iconic Marvel
No exploration of San Francisco's stories would be complete without mentioning the world-famous Golden Gate Bridge. An engineering marvel, this iconic landmark has a rich history and a few intriguing tales associated with it. Learn about the challenges faced during its construction, the controversy surrounding its design, and the fascinating anecdotes that have woven themselves into its lore. Taking a walk or cycling across the bridge offers not only breathtaking views but also an opportunity to connect with its captivating past.
  1. Diversity and Cultural Heritage
San Francisco is renowned for its cultural diversity and welcoming atmosphere. The city's neighborhoods, such as Chinatown, the Mission District, and Japantown, showcase the multicultural fabric that defines San Francisco. Each neighborhood has its own unique history, traditions, and stories to tell. Discover the struggles and triumphs of these communities, taste the diverse culinary offerings, and immerse yourself in the vibrant festivals that celebrate the city's rich cultural heritage.
Conclusion
San Francisco is not just a city; it's a tapestry of stories that intertwine to create a vibrant and captivating destination. From the tales of the Gold Rush to the beatniks of the 1950s, and from the resilience after the earthquake to the cultural diversity that defines the city, San Francisco offers an abundance of fascinating narratives waiting to be explored. So, embrace the spirit of adventure, wander through its historic streets, and engage with its diverse communities. Uncover the hidden stories that lie beneath the surface, and let the enchanting tales of San Francisco leave an indelible mark on your own personal journey.
Whether you find yourself strolling along the iconic Fisherman's Wharf, exploring the colorful murals of the Mission District, or ascending the hilly streets on a vintage cable car, remember that every corner of San Francisco holds a story waiting to be discovered. The city's rich history, cultural tapestry, and resilient spirit have shaped it into the captivating destination it is today.
So, immerse yourself in the essence of San Francisco. Engage with the locals, visit its museums and galleries, savor its diverse cuisine, and embrace the vibrant energy that flows through its streets. Let the stories of this incredible city inspire you, ignite your imagination, and leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.
In San Francisco, the past and present merge seamlessly, creating a dynamic tapestry of experiences. From the days of the Gold Rush to the counterculture movements, from the iconic landmarks to the diverse neighborhoods, this city is a treasure trove of captivating stories. So, go forth and uncover the tales that make San Francisco truly unique. Allow yourself to be swept away by its allure and let the city's stories become a part of your own.
In conclusion, San Francisco is more than just a city—it's a living narrative. Its intriguing stories have shaped its identity and continue to captivate visitors from around the world. So, venture forth with an open mind, a curious spirit, and a willingness to embrace the stories that await you in this vibrant and enchanting city. San Francisco is ready to share its tales—let yourself be a part of its narrative.
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2023.05.29 06:21 Carpetfreak A question about Lear's soliloquy in III.2.

For context: I'm currently writing a paper about the Empedoclean "Four Elements" (fire, water, air, and earth) as they appear in Milton's Paradise Lost, and that's gotten me looking at the Elements as they appear in Shakespeare's works (Shakespeare undoubtedly being an influence on Milton). It seems to me that Shakespeare often uses the Four Elements to represent the totality of nature; for example, in The Tempest, Prospero rules over Ariel (a spirit of air and fire) and Caliban (who is both compared to a fish and explicitly addressed as "thou earth" at one point), symbolically conveying that he is in control of all of nature.
Another example I find particularly fascinating is Lear's soliloquy in Act III, Scene 2 (the one that begins "Blow winds, and crack your cheeks.") As he shouts at the storm, Lear says this:
Nor rain, wind, thunder, fire, are my daughters;
I tax not you, you elements, with unkindness.
The use of the word "elements" here makes me think that Shakespeare is indeed going for an invocation of the Four Elements, and that he's trying to show that, in addressing the storm, Lear is symbolically addressing all of nature, and letting it off the hook for his own misfortunes, instead placing the blame at the feet of the people in his life. It's easy enough to see how three of these elements are present in the storm: the rain is water, the wind is air, and the lightning is fire. But that leaves thunder as the representation of earth, which is a little less easy to figure out. Earlier in the same speech, Lear says this:
And thou all-shaking thunder,
Strike flat the thick rotundity o' th' world,
Crack nature's moulds...
Those lines seem to point even more strongly to a connection between thunder and the earth, but I still can't quite make sense of what that connection is. Is he comparing the sound of thunder to that of an earthquake? Is that how earth is represented in the storm?
Please let me know if you have a thought on the connection between earth and thunder here, or if you think my interpretation of this speech is off-base.
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2023.05.29 06:21 JohnnyCash____ Where to go?

Where to party if you are solo in Miami, P.S I’m staying on south beach.
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