2021.11.28 14:58 SkootchDown Something odd happened. TSA agents, weigh in please.
So we fly often, always Pre- check. Recently, when we go through Charleston SC, TSA stopped asking us for drivers license (ID). This trip, when we left from Nashville, the TSA agent said they should always be asking for drivers license (ID), no exceptions. Who’s right, and why?
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2021.11.28 14:57 Kqueso Christmas studio loft
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2021.11.28 14:57 bichettes_helmet [MLB] Presenting the 2021 'All-Awardless' team
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2021.11.28 14:57 Ok_Young_5242 Mmmmm, Corpse Rations.
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2021.11.28 14:57 LegacyBrewPub Mini Legacy League with BR Reanimator!
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2021.11.28 14:57 MatthewKrsak Shit Boys theyre onto us
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2021.11.28 14:57 Vaders_Fist_501 All I did was ask a question?
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2021.11.28 14:57 ickybus What's the best way to mount a display on a square steel column?
Column is 12" square, painted steel. Assuming for the moment that I can't put any holes in the column of structural significance, though I do have an email out to the engineer about that.
Chief FCAVCA would work if i could find 12"x14" square-bend u-bolts, which I don't think exist. It looks like it's designed to be installed with J-bolts around the flange on an H-column?
Chief FCASCA would probably work, but it specifically says round columns, so i'm wondering if there wouldn't be enough friction on the tighter bends of the square columns for it to work properly.
Would you use the FCAVCA backing plate, 2 pieces of strut, and 4 pieces of threaded rod and roll your own? Or would you only install it if you can bolt it to the column?
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2021.11.28 14:57 SelenaScarlet33 Spice mill at work
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2021.11.28 14:57 BadaB00mBabay Минутка толерантности на сабе:
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2021.11.28 14:57 investorsexchange LGBT+ Friendly Sunday school
The lesson manual this week covers the martyrdom of Joseph Smith, the schism in the church and the departure from Nauvoo when the saints began the trek west.
I visited Nauvoo a few years ago with my family. What struck me was the work ethic of the members and the service of the prophet. I think you could sum up their values as: work hard, help others, always improve.
On that note, I'd like to share a couple ideas from other thinkers.
If you love someone, the greatest gift you can give them is your presence. -- Thich Nhat HanhHe also said: To be loved is to be recognized as existing. Have you looked at others in this way? If you embrace them with the energy of mindfulness, with your true presence, this energy is completely nourishing. It is like water for a flower. A flower needs water to live, and the person you love needs your presence! Your presence is the most precious gift you can give him or her. “Dear one, I am here, really here, for you.”
2021.11.28 14:57 wilkersonrz Watch as a man digs his own grave
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2021.11.28 14:57 TwinDrags_F1DJ Well then... :p
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2021.11.28 14:57 -alloy Vape Question
Would i (16) Be able to get vuse pods from a gas station if i worked there? Im trying to understand the laws and rules preventing me from getting pods if i take the job. Seems to me i could just ring them up and put them in my pocket when my boss isnt looking...
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2021.11.28 14:57 DoctorSusanCalvin overview for JustWhereas4286
2021.11.28 14:57 Ok-Count8755 Footballs gone soft.
2021.11.28 14:57 DakaranSun 25 [M4F] - New Jersey/East Coast/USA - Closeted goth "gamer" guy looking for true love (Cheesy, I know). Open to relocation, pictures included!
This is a fairly detailed (High effort!) ad, but I've tried to make sure it's a worthwhile one. I've clearly marked and categorized everything, so feel free to skim the parts that interest you.
What brings me to reddit for dating: For the short of it, I've been doing online dating for about 7 years, and could only describe my experience as a sisyphean struggle. With more traditional dating platforms having been
absolutely torturous and a complete waste of time less than productive, I'm hoping this might give me a breakthrough.
Age: 25, open to 18-35~. I’m less about age, more about attraction.
Appearance: 5'8", short blonde hair, blue eyes, white skin, slim fit body type. I've been told I'm fairly handsome, but I'm including a few (poorly taken) pictures, so you can decide for yourself whether or not I've been lied to!
Body (Warning: Shirtless): https://ibb.co/album/kJB64j
Interests: Many of my interests fall into the "nerd" category. Games (video and tabletop), anime, music, art, sci-fi and fantasy stuff of all varieties. I enjoy a lot of RPG's, and some of my favorite game series include kingdom hearts, fire emblem, dark souls, and a fair few others. I play a lot of league at a fairly high level, but I'm not exactly proud of that because the game damages my sanity at times.
In general, I like to keep in shape, play games with friends, share music I think is great, watch tv/movies/anime (horror and psychological stuff especially), share memes, read, and do some amateur writing. I'm also rather intelligent/insightful and enjoy some nuanced discussion.
Location: Currently in central NJ, somewhere in the no man's land between nyc and philly. I'd prefer someone local who I can meet in person, but won't pass up someone great online who's willing to eventually relocate or that I can eventually relocate to.
Looking For: Monogamous relationship, ideally something serious. I feel that what I'd like the most is to find someone very special to me, who I can love with all my heart and spend my life with. It'd probably be my greatest joy in life to be able to do that, and have someone do so in return. That said, this is just a description of my ideal scenario, not what I'd expect out of every relationship.
Traits I'm Looking For: Kind, loving, trustworthy, understanding. Good sense of humor, emotionally intelligent, communicates well. In this regard, I wouldn't ask for anything I don't freely give. I also very fond of women who are dominant/aggressive in a playful way.
Personality: Generally cool headed, laid back, and kind. Introverted, but can be extroverted when I'm in my element and otherwise comfortable. Deceptively intelligent despite how incredibly basic my pictures look, but I also tend to clown around a lot so that's not easy to discern at first. I’m also very reasonable, with a strong preference for peacefully resolving issues, so you can expect very little to no drama and good communication. Oh, and according to a myers briggs test, I'm an INFJ?
Fun facts: I have a deep and sexy voice which many people don't expect, and a great many people tell me I should get into radio or voice acting. I'm also bit dead on the inside but that's probably because there's a skeleton living inside me.
Partner preferences: I'm a big fan of goth/alt girls, as well as tomboys. I also really like short hair, usually between pixie and neck length, and have a moderate interest in women that are taller than me. But these aren't dealbreakers! As long as I find you attractive, everything is fine.
Dealbreakers/Requirements: Similar interests are pretty vital for me, even if it's not to the same extent as my own. I tend to play a lot of games in my free time for entertainment, so having a partner that I can do that together with is important to me. I do have a strong preference for body type that I unfortunately can't get past, with that preference being the thinner end of the spectrum when it comes to proportions/body fat. So basically petite/slim/fit/muscular.
If you have any questions about anything I mentioned (or didn't), just ask and I'll absolutely answer them for you. I can also give an expanded interests list as well if you’re curious.
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2021.11.28 14:57 NFT_DigitalArt The Solaverse [X-post from /r/Rarible]
2021.11.28 14:57 FickleBluebird What time do the buses stop?
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2021.11.28 14:57 Severe-Meat-7076 Islamophobia During the Pandemic
COVID19 has emerged as a global public health threat over the last few months. Historically, infectious disease outbreaks like plague, Influenza, cholera, HIV, etc. have generated stigma, prejudice, ‘othering’ and xenophobia, against certain communities. Islamophobia or “fear and discrimination against the Muslims” is on the rise worldwide. India, being a socio-politically diverse and populous nation, has been facing unique challenges during the pandemic. The pandemic has further instigated Islamophobia, and consequent discrimination, as well as unrest.
Hindus and Muslims have had a complex co-existence at times characterised by violent conflicts, such as the partition of the country in 1947, 1989 Kashmir violence, 2002 Gujarat riots, and 2013 Muzaffarnagar riots. Islamophobia or “fear and suspicion” against Muslims though rising in legal literature, has been a matter of major debate and discussion. It has been defined in various ways based on the varied schools of thought, typified as private, structural and dialectic Islamophobia.
The Citizenship Amendment Act was enacted by the Indian Government on December 12, 2019. The Act amends the Indian citizenship to illegal migrants from the neighbouring countries, who entered India before 2014, subsequent to the religious prosecutions. It does not, however, mention about the Muslim communities, who had fled from these countries due to the same reason. The amendment was widely criticised as discrimination against Muslims, and protests broke out rapidly across the country, though the agenda and intentions of the protestors were widely heterogenous . This sparked concerns among the Indian Muslims and people of lower socio-economic classes if they would be denied citizenship and rendered stateless . This time, certain legislations and the resultant public reaction provided a fertile ground for the genesis of existent xenophobia, with the virus acting as the catalyst.
In fact, the site of Shaheen Bagh, one of the major foci of anti-CAA protests, was cleared as late as March 24, 2020, when the number of confirmed coronavirus cases stood at 564 . As mentioned before, during the initiation of COVID-19 pandemic in India, the communal atmosphere was tense. Rising anti-Islamic rhetoric, hate crimes, violation of human rights, and mutual blame have been on the rise in context of the protests mentioned above . In this background of communal strife, it is not surprising that the stage was already set for Islamophobia, fear, hatred of, or prejudice against the Muslims in general. All India needed was a trigger, which was unfortunately provided by an infection like COVID-19.
When COVID-19 started spreading in India, and Delhi, in particular, some media reports started describing the outbreak in Delhi as the “Tablighi spread.” On March 31, a police complaint was lodged against seven people, including the emir of the Tablighi Jamaat for holding a gathering of over 3,000 members at its global headquarters in Nizamuddin. This gathering allegedly violated orders against large gatherings and social distancing norms put in place to contain the spread of COVID-19. These members traveled to different states from Delhi after attending the congregation, became the carriers of the virus, infecting hundreds. There were comments mentioning that 30% of all COVID-19 cases in the country, 1,023 of 2,902 reported at the time, were linked to this event.
It has been contended that even though other faith communities hosted similar large-scale gatherings, events held by Muslim associations such as the Tablighi Jamaat were scapegoated . While the Tablighi Jamaat congregated between 13 and 15 March, temples like Siddhivinayak and Mahakaleshwar closed on March 16; Shirdi Saibaba Mandir and Shani Shingnapur Temple closed on 17 March; Vaishno Devi on 18 March, and the Kashi Vishwanath Temple was operating until 20 March—a day after the Government had urged the public for “social distancing.” Similarly, places of worship pertaining to other religious faiths also hosted community events during this time period. The Tablighi Jamaat meeting in Delhi being singled as the main vector of the coronavirus, led to a significant increase in anti-Islamic sentiments, including boycotts of businesses of those from the Muslim community, separation of patients based on their religion, refusal to admit Muslims, resulting in the alleged deaths of two newborn babies after their mothers were denied admission, randomly quarantining Muslims, and subjecting Muslim healthcare and essential workers to violence and harassment .
Other fake videos showing how the Muslim missionary group were spitting or coughing on others to spread corona deliberately too became viral. Terms such as “Coronajihad” became popular on social media, as an expression of wilful misuse of the COVID-19 infection by certain religious communities, in order to establish their superiority. Also termed as “Talibani crime” or “Corona Terrorism,” these quotes fuelled the fire of Islamophobia and further strained the inter-religious relationships. Since March 28, tweets with the hashtag #CoronaJihad have appeared nearly 3,00,000 times and potentially seen by 165 million people on Twitter, according to the data shared by Equality Labs, a digital human rights group. Though the authenticity of the statistics is debatable, such pejorative terms can easily provoke the ongoing political tensions and lead to law-and-order situations, during pandemics.
Iyer and Chakravarty analysed the media reportage from March 20 to April 27, 2020 using an open-source media analysis platform Media Cloud. 11,074 stories were published from 271 media sources with the term “Tablighi Jamaat” during the period, of which 94 per cent were English stories that appeared in the print media. 1.5-10 per cent of the stories had words with negative connotations such as “violating,” “crime,” “spitting,” “terrorist,” and “jihad.” These stories fed into an epidemic of Islamophobic fake news and hate speech. Aggravated by the atmosphere of fear and uncertainty during the pandemic, it is not surprising that such media narratives demonised the entire Muslim community. Research found the non-Muslim population to indeed report negative attitudes toward the Muslims, which interestingly reduced their own well-being. Participants, especially those who were older, were more likely to believe that the outbreak of COVID-19 in India was primarily due to Muslims. Such incidents, in fact, led the World Health Organization to caution against profiling cases based on racial, religious and ethnic lines for the greater good of the community .
Infectious diseases are well-known to invoke widespread fear. History shows that such fear can be used to legitimise discrimination and violence against certain segments of the society. “Othering” is a concept, originally having philosophical connotations, which tends to create the “we vs. they” dichotomy, thus attempting to alienate certain “others” from the self and in broader terms, the center of the society. It has eventually emerged into a term in social science that encompasses multiple expressions of prejudice based on xenophobic identities. “Othering” and consequent prejudice have been commonly seen against the peasants in the classical Bubonic plague of the thirteenth Century, the Indians during the Asiatic Cholera at times of the British rule, against the Chinese in Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome outbreak, as racism during Ebola infection and finally against the same-sex men during the Human Immunodeficiency Virus upsurge, which has even been labeled as the “Gay Plague” .
The notion of “othering” has also been amply explored by Indian writers such as Guru and Nandy. Guru , writing on the marginalisation and ghettoisation of the Dalits uses Ambedkar's conception of the Indian nation. Ambedkar argued that India comprises of two nations: Puruskrut Bharat that represents the twice-born castes who are spatially, socially, and culturally different from the Bahiskrut Bharat , the untouchables, helping to comprehend the claim for social equality that sustains spatial practices of exclusion. Nandy , in the context of Hindu-Muslim relations, asserts that religious fundamentalism and religious violence are not merely by-products of, but the burden of modernisation and Westernization. He insists that “traditional India” is inherently adaptive and tolerant and most instances of communal violence are the work of people motivated by “entirely secular, political cost-calculations” . Rather than striving to become idealised global citizens who shed all prejudices and perceived differences, Asians living in diverse communities should learn to accept the “otherness of others.” In the context of Islamophobia, socio-cultural “othering” has unleashed common processes and conditions that propagate religion-based inequality and marginality.
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2021.11.28 14:57 burstintoflames Bret Easton Ellis: how romantic murders of prostitutes inspired American Psycho
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