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Bob Lai diaspora
"These are confusing times."
– Bruce Banner, Avengers: Endgame
Richard diaspora
@Bob Lai +1. Mellow hulk is cool.


The U.S. # of # American Boarding Schools


source: https://www.theindigenousfoundation.org/articles/us-residential-schools
Native American Boarding Schools (also known as Indian Boarding Schools) were established by the U.S. # in the late 19th century as an effort to assimilate Indigenous youth into mainstream American culture through education. This era was part of the United States’ overall attempt to #, annihilate, or assimilate Indigenous peoples and eradicate # #.
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Don Little diaspora
Canada too, unfortunately.


The U.S. # of # American Boarding Schools


source: https://www.theindigenousfoundation.org/articles/us-residential-schools
Native American Boarding Schools (also known as Indian Boarding Schools) were established by the U.S. # in the late 19th century as an effort to assimilate Indigenous youth into mainstream American culture through education. This era was part of the United States’ overall attempt to #, annihilate, or assimilate Indigenous peoples and eradicate # #.
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Buffalo's poet laureate calls for change


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Jillian Hanesworth says what her city needs right now is honest conversations about systemic racism, the history of segregation, redlining and highway construction that hurt Black neighborhoods.

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Buffalo's poet laureate calls for change


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Jillian Hanesworth says what her city needs right now is honest conversations about systemic racism, the history of segregation, redlining and highway construction that hurt Black neighborhoods.

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Pull Apart Bacon Bread


Recipe: https://noblepig.com/2022/02/pull-apart-bacon-bread-video/



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earendil diaspora


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Pull Apart Bacon Bread


Recipe: https://noblepig.com/2022/02/pull-apart-bacon-bread-video/
#Food
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How to charge your TESLA with a RIVIAN R1t

https://youtu.be/So6NAn9bihk
https://redirect.invidious.io/So6NAn9bihk

# # # your # with a # # # # # ;)

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Lemon Macarons


Recipe: https://www.mealsbymolly.com/lemon-macarons/
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Lemon Macarons


Recipe: https://www.mealsbymolly.com/lemon-macarons/


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Bob Lai diaspora
Also that if you are kind/generous, you are being 'taken advantage of' (i.e. you're a sucker, stupid, a loser).
donsimon diaspora
A few years ago we had some car problems , Sunday evening on a holiday weekend, not a good time to be waiting for the breakdown waggon.We were on a country road but soon noticed that almost everyone was stopping to offer help, including a place to stay for the night!




NYT|Inoffiziell friendica (via ActivityPub)
The Biden administration said it would relax restrictions on Chevron’s dealings with President Nicolás Maduro and remove sanctions from his relative.
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Make your own parade when you're banned
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dianea diaspora
Clare Hollingworth, the groundbreaking British journalist who famously broke the news about the start of World War II, was only 27 years old when she made the scoop of a lifetime -- one assisted by a well-timed gust of wind! Her reporting during WWII launched a 40-year-long career that she often spent reporting under fire from war zones in Europe, Asia, and North Africa. “Clare is a prodigy, one of those extraordinary people who has not recorded history but helped to make it,” says journalist Max Hastings, “She was a pioneer among women journalists, and among the first generation of women war correspondents, who proved that they needed no example from men either in reporting gifts or courage.”
As a young woman, Hollingworth was eager to report about the growing European conflict so, in 1939, she traveled to Warsaw, Poland to aid refugees from the Sudetenland, the region of Czechoslovakia that had been annexed by the Nazis the previous year. She wrote about the refugees' plight in small British publications and The Telegraph took notice of her work and hired her as a correspondent for the region. Three days after being hired, on August 28, she commandeered an official car from the British consul general and drove over the border into Nazi Germany.
On her return, a gust of wind led her to what The Guardian recently described as "probably the greatest scoop of modern times." The wind lifted part of a tarp which had been erected to hide the German side of the valley from view. Through the gap, as Hollingworth later wrote, she saw “large numbers of troops, literally hundreds of tanks, armored cars and field guns." She knew immediately that Germany was preparing to invade Poland and hurried back to send the news to her editor. Hollingworth's article, a world exclusive, was published on August 29; German forces invaded Poland on September 1, marking the start of WWII.
Hollingworth worked as a correspondent for British news throughout WWII except for a period in 1943, when General Bernard Law Montgomery banned British women correspondents from the front lines; undeterred, she took a job with the Chicago Daily News covering American General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s command in Algiers. In reflecting on that period in one of her books, she observed, "It was essential to be able to go without washing, sleep in the open desert and live on bully-beef and biscuits for days on end. Many male correspondents got themselves sent back to Cairo because they could not take it.”
Widely respected in journalism circles, Hollingworth was famous for her daring and forthright manner. In one famous instance in 1962, while covering the Algerian War, right-wing French paramilitaries stormed the hotel where much of the press was staying and kidnapped a British reporter. Fellow war correspondent Tom Pocock recalled the scene: "Clare turned like Joan of Arc to the rest of us standing with our hands up — ‘Come on!’ she said, ‘We’re going too! They won’t shoot all the world’s press!’ So we all marched out and started climbing into the jeeps.” The fighters released the journalist unharmed.
Failing eyesight eventually forced Hollingworth to retire in 1981, but she never lost her drive to report from the center of the action. The New York Times reports that she was known to sleep periodically on the floor on her Hong Kong home well into her 90s to keep from "going soft." In 1989, at nearly 80 years old, she was seen climbing up a lamppost in Tiananmen Square for a better view of the government's crackdown on democracy protesters. Hollingworth, who died in 2017 at the age of 105, received the Order of the British Empire in 1982 for her services to journalism and lived for the last 30 years within sight of the Foreign Correspondent’s Club in Hong Kong, where "Clare's Table" was always reserved in her honor.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clare_Hollingworth
Ted diaspora
Quite a story, and quite an extraordinary woman!


Clare Hollingworth, the groundbreaking British journalist who famously broke the news about the start of World War II, was only 27 years old when she made the scoop of a lifetime -- one assisted by a well-timed gust of wind! Her reporting during WWII launched a 40-year-long career that she often spent reporting under fire from war zones in Europe, Asia, and North Africa. “Clare is a prodigy, one of those extraordinary people who has not recorded history but helped to make it,” says journalist Max Hastings, “She was a pioneer among women journalists, and among the first generation of women war correspondents, who proved that they needed no example from men either in reporting gifts or courage.”
As a young woman, Hollingworth was eager to report about the growing European conflict so, in 1939, she traveled to Warsaw, Poland to aid refugees from the Sudetenland, the region of Czechoslovakia that had been annexed by the Nazis the previous year. She wrote about the refugees' plight in small British publications and The Telegraph took notice of her work and hired her as a correspondent for the region. Three days after being hired, on August 28, she commandeered an official car from the British consul general and drove over the border into Nazi Germany.
On her return, a gust of wind led her to what The Guardian recently described as "probably the greatest scoop of modern times." The wind lifted part of a tarp which had been erected to hide the German side of the valley from view. Through the gap, as Hollingworth later wrote, she saw “large numbers of troops, literally hundreds of tanks, armored cars and field guns." She knew immediately that Germany was preparing to invade Poland and hurried back to send the news to her editor. Hollingworth's article, a world exclusive, was published on August 29; German forces invaded Poland on September 1, marking the start of WWII.
Hollingworth worked as a correspondent for British news throughout WWII except for a period in 1943, when General Bernard Law Montgomery banned British women correspondents from the front lines; undeterred, she took a job with the Chicago Daily News covering American General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s command in Algiers. In reflecting on that period in one of her books, she observed, "It was essential to be able to go without washing, sleep in the open desert and live on bully-beef and biscuits for days on end. Many male correspondents got themselves sent back to Cairo because they could not take it.”
Widely respected in journalism circles, Hollingworth was famous for her daring and forthright manner. In one famous instance in 1962, while covering the Algerian War, right-wing French paramilitaries stormed the hotel where much of the press was staying and kidnapped a British reporter. Fellow war correspondent Tom Pocock recalled the scene: "Clare turned like Joan of Arc to the rest of us standing with our hands up — ‘Come on!’ she said, ‘We’re going too! They won’t shoot all the world’s press!’ So we all marched out and started climbing into the jeeps.” The fighters released the journalist unharmed.
Failing eyesight eventually forced Hollingworth to retire in 1981, but she never lost her drive to report from the center of the action. The New York Times reports that she was known to sleep periodically on the floor on her Hong Kong home well into her 90s to keep from "going soft." In 1989, at nearly 80 years old, she was seen climbing up a lamppost in Tiananmen Square for a better view of the government's crackdown on democracy protesters. Hollingworth, who died in 2017 at the age of 105, received the Order of the British Empire in 1982 for her services to journalism and lived for the last 30 years within sight of the Foreign Correspondent’s Club in Hong Kong, where "Clare's Table" was always reserved in her honor.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clare_Hollingworth



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Iceland by Tomas Robertson






https://cosmosmagazine.com/space/astrobiology/plants-grown-in-lunar-soils/
Thanks, moon. Now I feel really bad about not being able to grow plants in earth soil.
t1nk3r3r_11 diaspora
Obviously we'll be augmenting the lunar stuff when the time comes. But at least it's feasible!
Michele Hax diaspora
I agree. It's one area of colonization or storage of space apparatus that needs to be fully explored.


https://cosmosmagazine.com/space/astrobiology/plants-grown-in-lunar-soils/
Thanks, moon. Now I feel really bad about not being able to grow plants in earth soil.




Muse diaspora
squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!


Apple patches dozens of security flaws with iOS 15.5, over 50 fixes for macOS 12.4 | 9to5Mac

Apple has released iOS 15.5, macOS 12.4, and more today with updates like new features for Apple Cash, the Podcasts app, and the Studio Display webcam fix. However, a bigger reason to update your devices is the security patches with today’s releases. iOS 15.5 includes almost 30 security fixes while macOS 12.4 features over 50.
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https://9to5mac.com/2022/05/16/apple-patches-27-security-flaws-ios-15-5/


Apple patches dozens of security flaws with iOS 15.5, over 50 fixes for macOS 12.4 | 9to5Mac

Apple has released iOS 15.5, macOS 12.4, and more today with updates like new features for Apple Cash, the Podcasts app, and the Studio Display webcam fix. However, a bigger reason to update your devices is the security patches with today’s releases. iOS 15.5 includes almost 30 security fixes while macOS 12.4 features over 50.
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https://9to5mac.com/2022/05/16/apple-patches-27-security-flaws-ios-15-5/
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Satellite Alerts 2022-05-17

Int'l Disaster Alerts - None

https://disasterscharter.org

Galactic Core Alerts - None

http://www.swift-sgra.com

Space Weather Alerts - (MAY16) Geomagnetic Storm

https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/alerts-watches-and-warnings
https://www.spaceweather.com
https://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov
https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov
https://www.spaceweather.gov/

Earthquake Alerts - None

https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/browse/significant.php
http://earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca/index-en.php

Volcano Alerts - 22 Active

https://volcano.si.edu/reports_weekly.cfm
http://www.volcans-passion.ch/actualite/actu_alerte.php

Tsunami Alerts - None

https://tsunami.gov/
https://www.metoc.navy.mil/jtwc/jtwc.html?tsunami

Cyclone Alerts - None

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
https://www.metoc.navy.mil/jtwc/jtwc.html

CAN, USA & North MEX Tornado Alerts - None

CAN, USA & North MEX Severe Thunderstorm Alerts - Texas & Oklahoma

https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/watch/
https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html
https://weather.gc.ca/lightning/index_e.html
https://weather.gc.ca/satellite/index_e.html
https://map.blitzortung.org/
https://www.ventusky.com/
https://sharaku.eorc.jaxa.jp/GSMaP/

CAN Wildfire Alerts - NWT, BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario & Quebec

https://cwfis.cfs.nrcan.gc.ca/interactive-map

CAN Weather Alerts - NL, BC, Quebec & Ontario

https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html
https://weather.gc.ca/canada_e.html

Europe & Israel Weather Alerts

https://www.meteoalarm.org

Australian Weather Alerts

http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/warnings/index.shtml

Sea Ice Monitor

https://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/

NASA APOD

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/

NASA EO IOTD

https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/topic/image-of-the-day


Satellite Alerts 2022-05-17

Int'l Disaster Alerts - None

https://disasterscharter.org

Galactic Core Alerts - None

http://www.swift-sgra.com

Space Weather Alerts - (MAY16) Geomagnetic Storm

https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/alerts-watches-and-warnings
https://www.spaceweather.com
https://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov
https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov
https://www.spaceweather.gov/

Earthquake Alerts - None

https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/browse/significant.php
http://earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca/index-en.php

Volcano Alerts - 22 Active

https://volcano.si.edu/reports_weekly.cfm
http://www.volcans-passion.ch/actualite/actu_alerte.php

Tsunami Alerts - None

https://tsunami.gov/
https://www.metoc.navy.mil/jtwc/jtwc.html?tsunami

Cyclone Alerts - None

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
https://www.metoc.navy.mil/jtwc/jtwc.html

CAN, USA & North MEX Tornado Alerts - None

CAN, USA & North MEX Severe Thunderstorm Alerts - Texas & Oklahoma

https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/watch/
https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html
https://weather.gc.ca/lightning/index_e.html
https://weather.gc.ca/satellite/index_e.html
https://map.blitzortung.org/
https://www.ventusky.com/
https://sharaku.eorc.jaxa.jp/GSMaP/

CAN Wildfire Alerts - NWT, BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario & Quebec

https://cwfis.cfs.nrcan.gc.ca/interactive-map

CAN Weather Alerts - NL, BC, Quebec & Ontario

https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html
https://weather.gc.ca/canada_e.html

Europe & Israel Weather Alerts

https://www.meteoalarm.org

Australian Weather Alerts

http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/warnings/index.shtml

Sea Ice Monitor

https://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/

NASA APOD

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/

NASA EO IOTD

https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/topic/image-of-the-day
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