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  • battyshill-blog
    17.09.2021 - 17 minutes ago
    #IFTTT #GSMArena.com - Latest articles
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  • tamarahbryan
    17.09.2021 - 19 minutes ago
    #wikipedia #article of the day #Hurricane Humberto (2019)
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  • fuckspn
    16.09.2021 - 29 minutes ago

    you know what i’m just gonna say it. perfume genius is an agent of the cw for only posting extreme kink rpf substack articles about j2 and not about misha

    #he is the THIRD STAR OF THE SHOW cas is a MAIN CHARACTER #prove me wrong perfume genius!! post a misha article!!! you know that man would retweet it!!
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  • twilitepitaph
    16.09.2021 - 49 minutes ago

    i cant express how much reading scp 5031 surprised me. read it because of the post i reblogged going “hey lets see if its really that good” and left thinking “oh thats probably the best scp article i’ve read”

    and i have read an ordinary amount of scp articles. one or two... thousand, maybe.

    #holy SHIT it is so well constructed and resonates so well #did not realize how much i needed articles that didn't treat the skips as monsters but instead as beings worth of respect and love
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  • portugue
    16.09.2021 - 51 minutes ago

    Today I'd like to summarize this article, Sound symbolism in Brazilian Portuguese Pokémon names: Evidence for cross-linguistic similarities and differences. If you know anything about me, it's that I love Pokémon, I love the Portuguese language, and I love linguistics.

    The article was published in February of this year, and provides evidence for sound symbolism, the idea that sounds themselves carry meaning. If you've heard of kiki and bouba, you have a bit of an idea of what sound symbolism is. This contrasts with Saussure's idea that the forms of a word (what he calls a sign) are arbitrary — a tree is a tree because we agreed on that, not because each sound "sounds" like a tree.

    So this article uses made-up Pokémon names and Pokémon to test two types of sound symbolism in Brazilian Portuguese: the use of voiced obstruents in the naming of evil-looking Pokémon, and the use of sibilants in naming Flying type Pokémon. Why these two phenomena? They have been observed in the past in both English and Japanese, but the idea is that these associations can vary by language.

    For review: an obstruent is a sound that's made by obstructing air flow. so this includes plosives, fricatives, and affricates. Voiced obstruents in BP, then, include the sounds /b, d, g, v, z, ʒ/. A sibilant is a fricative that makes a hissing sound, so in BP this includes /s, z, ʃ, ʒ/.

    For the first experiment, the researchers hired an artist to make designs of ten evil-looking Pokémon and ten Flying type Pokémon. Take a look at these cuties:

    And then participants, after being screened (only native BP speakers who have never done a Pokémonastics study and have no knowledge of sound symbolism were permitted to take part), were asked to come up with names for each of the new Pokémon, who were shown in isolation. The researchers also placed a few restrictions on the names participants could use: no existing words could be used, the wwords had to comply with BP phonotactics (so pronunciation for a BP speaker wwould be clear-cut), and already existing Pokémon names were also forbidden.

    The results showed that BP, like English and Japanese, did tend to associate voiced obstruents with evil-looking characters, but unlike these two languages, didn't show a clear association between sibilants and Flying type Pokémon.

    The second experiment explored the latter link further by replicating the studies that provided evidence for the English and Japanese connection. Unlike the first task, which allowed participants to make their own names, participants were given two Pokémon, one Flying type and one not, and two names, one with sibilants and one without. They were asked to match the names with the Pokémon that suited them best. The pairs of names, taken from the original studies, were the same except in their use of sibilants, with a few minor exceptions — researchers changed a few names that in BP would produce the affricate /tʃ/. Here's an example pair of Pokémon and an example pair of names:

    Sesham vs. Tetam

    The results confirmed those of the first experiment: no link could be found between sibilants and Flying type Pokémon in BP. This is different from the results of the English and Japanese studies, which suggests that these associations are not universal among languages, which means that as speakers grow up and learn their native language, they lose these associations. If you'd like to read the article, which discusses the theoretical implications and the study's limitations and strengths, it's open access and in English, so I definitely recommend! You can find it here. Thanks for reading!

    #portuguese#linguistics#sound symbolism#langblr#lingblr#oc #well not oc im just summarizing an article hehe #pokemon
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  • fortfivetwentyoutsourcing
    16.09.2021 - 53 minutes ago

    Why are equities ignoring the signs out of China?

    The bottlenecks in the global economy is getting worse and China is facing a housing market under pressure. For how long can equities remain calm?

    There are many dynamics at play this year in China. The country’s housing market has for years been highlighted as overleveraged and a key risk for China without ever turning into a crisis. In recent months China’s biggest real estate developer China Evergrande Group has spiraled into a liquidity crisis declining 91% from the peak in July 2020. For now equity markets outside China are calm indicating, under the assumption that markets are efficient, that investors believe this is not a systemic risk for the global financial system.

    Evergrande, which local bonds were suspended today, has effectively gone into a restructuring phase which will cost shareholders and bondholders, but the Chinese government will try to limit the negative effects on the banking industry and the people that are waiting for their homes to be built. However, the stakes are increasing as risk aversion increases in the industry and already now there are signs that other real estate developers are experiencing some increased pressure. The table below shows some of the largest Chinese real estate developers with a combined market value of $131bn and $291bn in short- and long-term interest bearing debt, but total liabilities of $1.06trn. For comparison Lehman Brothers had $613bn in debt when it filed for bankruptcy.

    The Chinese government has the ressources to soften the impact from the ongoing issues in the housing market and in fact the situation can be showcased as exactly why a new policy trajectory is needed. China Vanke said in July that the glory days of property development are over, so the industry has seen the writing on the wall. Under the new policy trajectory of China we know the emphasis is on ‘Common Prosperity’, self-reliance, and the environment, which means that investments will be redirected into semiconductors, renewable energy, and other key technologies. Back in August, we recommended investors to stay away from the Chinese technology companies within social media content and gaming, and instead focusing on consumer oriented companies. This is still our view.

    Supply side issues are growing

    Iron ore prices have lately been under severe pressure and as more prices of the puzzle are revealed it is now clear that part of the reason is maybe Chinese factories including steelmakers shutting down production due to power shortages. The world is currently facing an ‘energy shock’ with Europe experiencing dramatic increases in electricity and energy prices. Liquified natural gas is in high demand from China and Japan, while Europe is also scrambling to get supplies as Europe has been hit by a perfect storm of lower than normal electricity production from renewable energy sources. At the same time coal prices are soaring as well adding further pressure to Chinese producers which in turn could keep the inflationary pressures running globally.

    For now equities are staying calm, but the growing evidence of dissonance in the global economy and equity markets cannot be ignored for too long. The dominos are in motion now and it is just a matter of time before we get a healthy correction in equities reflecting the growing issues in our global economy.

    Peter Garnry

    Head of Equity Strategy

    Saxo Bank

    Topics: Equities China Real Estate Energy (Sector)

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  • fortfivetwentyoutsourcing
    16.09.2021 - 53 minutes ago

    Moral Hazard – first runner up, Tony Cross

    The Moral Hazard competition invited debate on whether investors are living in an age of central banker-induced moral hazard: after two decades of repeated interventions to ensure financial stability, have investors' risk attitudes changed? Here we showcase the runner up entries.

    Submissions were evaluated by Dr. Daniel Beunza, management professor at Cass Business, in terms of their intellectual rigor, empirical evidence, flair, and practical recommendations. Further comments from Dr. Buenza below.

    FIRST RUNNER UP: Tony Cross

    Tony is the founder of Monk Communications, an agency providing services in management consulting, digital marketing, public relations, and content marketing for the financial services sector.  In June 2020, Monk Communications was lauded as PR consultancy of the year in the B2B Global Finance Awards.

    A decade and a half of abnormal monetary policy has inflated the portfolios of the few whilst simultaneously creating unrealistic expectations of how markets function. The economic cost/benefit analysis here doesn’t add up, is unsustainable, and history will certainly view this episode dimly. The rotation from rampant money printing to a far more nuanced set of fiscal policies - designed to encourage capital to be allocated in a truly sustainable manner - will be the game changer. Attempting to overlook this almost inevitable pivot from monetary to fiscal management is where the true risk lies for investors. They have a moral duty to ensure their money is being used in an appropriate manner, so the hazard lies in ignoring the trend and in turn being left behind. Portfolios of the future will be judged on far more than profitability alone.

    Dr. Beunza’s comments:

    Overall, the competition prompts reflection on the unique and paradoxical investment environment in which we live in -- one where the threat of risk seems to have disappeared. In this world free of downside, bad news is paradoxically interpreted as good news, because it portends lucrative future policy interventions. Yet one additional paradox of this new financial world is that the leaders of online trading platforms like Saxo are now voicing the type of worries and concerns that would have in the past come out of the regulator's mouth. In doing so, we may have unintendedly uncovered a new role for responsible companies offering technology to retail investors. Instead of monetizing, as some large banks have often done, their customers' delays and mistakes, such platforms might find it more advantageous over the long run to sensitize their customers to the possible dangers ahead. It is my hope the Moral Hazard competition does not prove to be a one-off, and that debate and deliberation among retail investors can be additionally stimulated in this manner.

    We thank the winners, and of course everyone who shared their thoughts, for engaging with the topic. To answer Daniel’s question directly – without doubt, we will continue to raise the profile and discussion around Moral Hazard.

    Charlie White-Thomson

    CEO, Saxo Markets UK

    Saxo Bank

    Topics: Thought Leadership Hot Topic Moral Hazard

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  • fortfivetwentyoutsourcing
    16.09.2021 - 53 minutes ago

    Moral Hazard – second runner up, Guy Denison-Smith

    The Moral Hazard competition invited debate on whether investors are living in an age of central banker-induced moral hazard: after two decades of repeated interventions to ensure financial stability, have investors' risk attitudes changed? Here we showcase the runner up entries.

    Submissions were evaluated by Dr. Daniel Beunza, management professor at Cass Business, in terms of their intellectual rigor, empirical evidence, flair, and practical recommendations. Further comments from Dr. Buenza below.

    SECOND RUNNER UP: Guy Denison-Smith

    Guy is the Co-Founder and Managing Director at Blue Ice Wine UK who partner with small family-owned vineyards to import and sell wine from Croatia. In June 2022, Guy will be taking part in the Yukon 700 Expedition, involving 8 Grenadier veterans (5 with life changing injuries) canoeing 700km in 7 days unsupported along the Yukon River from Whitehorse to Dawson City (Yukon Territory, Canada).

    "Moral hazard" isn't purely relevant to the financial markets. It exists at large across society. I would contend that where an individual feels that they don't perceive that they own the risk then they will act accordingly (good or bad). In my business for instance, selling wine, we know the risks with drinking alcohol, but this is passed to the consumer; we are obliged to highlight the risks, but we don't accept them.  There is nothing wrong with this as we live in a consumer-based society where individuals are equipped to make their own choices. However, where this goes wrong is when the individual doesn't believe that it is their responsibility to own the risk they are taking. They believe that others will bail them out.  We live in a society now where many people don't understand the word "responsibility"; the "moral compass" is pointing "south" when it should be "north". We should be judged by our actions and how we accept responsibility for these actions; we need to manage our own risk. That risk can be passed to others or mitigated but only once it has been fully analysed and assessed.  If we correctly align the "moral compass" then the "moral hazard" will be easier to manage....after all life is about constant risk....

    Dr. Beunza’s comments:

    Overall, the competition prompts reflection on the unique and paradoxical investment environment in which we live in -- one where the threat of risk seems to have disappeared. In this world free of downside, bad news is paradoxically interpreted as good news, because it portends lucrative future policy interventions. Yet one additional paradox of this new financial world is that the leaders of online trading platforms like Saxo are now voicing the type of worries and concerns that would have in the past come out of the regulator's mouth. In doing so, we may have unintendedly uncovered a new role for responsible companies offering technology to retail investors. Instead of monetizing, as some large banks have often done, their customers' delays and mistakes, such platforms might find it more advantageous over the long run to sensitize their customers to the possible dangers ahead. It is my hope the Moral Hazard competition does not prove to be a one-off, and that debate and deliberation among retail investors can be additionally stimulated in this manner.

    We thank the winners, and of course everyone who shared their thoughts, for engaging with the topic. To answer Daniel’s question directly – without doubt, we will continue to raise the profile and discussion around Moral Hazard.

    Charlie White-Thomson

    CEO, Saxo Markets UK

    Saxo Bank

    Topics: Thought Leadership

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  • fortfivetwentyoutsourcing
    16.09.2021 - 53 minutes ago

    Market Quick Take - September 16, 2021

    Equity sentiment improved in the US yesterday just ahead of key trend support in the S&P 500 Index, while sentiment soured in Asian overnight as Japanese equities finally consolidated notably for the first time after a blistering run higher of late, perhaps in part on the sharp rally in the yen yesterday. Sentiment in Chinese equities remains very weak. Elsewhere, oil surged higher on fresh news of significant draws on US inventories, and a continued surge in natural gas prices.

    What is our trading focus?

    Nasdaq 100 (USNAS100.I) and S&P 500 (US500.I) - with US yields holding steady and a strong Empire Manufacturing print yesterday, US equities rebounded with bids coming in at the dips. Market makers in the US have noted an increasing tendency for retail investors to come in at small dips and buying aggressively. This pattern seems to be unbroken for now. Nasdaq 100 futures are trading around the 15,480 level with resistance just above the 15,500 level.

    Hang Seng (HI50.I) - extending declines today down 2% hitting the key support levels from July and August. News is surfacing that Country Garden, another of the big Chinese real estate developers, is now also experiencing some stress adding to deteriorating situation in the Chinse housing market. Chinese technology stocks are also getting close to their recent lows. Finally, yesterday’s selloff in Chinese and US casino stocks also weighed down on sentiment as many operators in Macao believe the casino island will never come back to its former size.

    EURUSD – still no direction here as each of the last four sessions has brought directional reversals of the price action earlier in the day, with the price action settling in an impossibly constricted range in the low 1.1800’s. Today we have a US Retail Sales release for August, but the next more decisive move may depend on the USD reaction to next Wednesday’s FOMC meeting, where we would lean on higher odds of the Fed moving to start the asset purchase tapering process than the market expects. The first minor downside trigger area is 1.1750, but the bigger picture awaits a break of the 1.1664-1.1909 range.

    USDJPY and JPY crosses – yesterday saw a significant follow-through rally in the Japanese yen, a day after the JPY surged off of local lows in many crosses in the wake of lower-than-expected US inflation data. The lows in USDJPY yesterday saw the pair visiting the key 109.00-10 zone that has served as important support since all the way back in June.  The action from here for whether a more significant sell-off will unfold through that support will likely be determined by US data through next Wednesday’s FOMC meeting, with a new rise in US Treasury yields likely needed to keep the pair from testing lower support, perhaps starting with the 200-day moving average currently near 108.05. Meanwhile, an upcoming Japanese election has electrified Japanese stocks on fresh stimulus hopes that are an echo of late 2012 election cycle which brought massive new BoJ policy moves and fiscal policy hopes.

    Bitcoin (BITCOIN_XBTE:xome) and Ethereum (ETHEREUM_XBTE:xome) – Bitcoin and Ethereum are making a bid at erasing the huge sell-off last week, breaking above local resistance and within striking distance of reversing through the last meaningful retracements of the sell-off, which Bitcoin can do with a move and close north of 50k vs the 48.3k area it trades this morning, while Ethereum needs to vault above 3,750-3,800 to do the same.

    Gold (XAUUSD) looks increasingly in danger of a bigger correction after investors failed to respond positively to the post-CPI drop in US Treasury yields. Ahead of next week’s FOMC the market could be softening with no obvious trigger for renewed demand seen before, perhaps apart from surging energy prices giving rebirth to the reflation trade. Look for support at $1780, and if that breaks the next target could be $1762, the 50% retracement of the August to September rally. Key resistance, the 200-day moving average at $1808.

    Crude Oil (OILUSOCT21 & OILUKNOV21) extended their recent run of gains, supported by surging gas prices, and signs of a rapidly tightening market after the EIA reported a 6 million barrels drop in US crude stocks. Brent topped $75 for the first time since August with the next target being the July high at $76.15. With Hurricane Ida causing a +30 million barrels loss in production, and with the IEA seeing surging demand into yearend, as Covid impacts fade, bulls are once again in charge.

    Iron ore is experiencing its longest run of daily losses since 2018 as Chinese steel production remains under pressure, dropping to a 17-month low in August, due to the governments clamp down on highly polluting industries but also signs of weakening activity in the property sector. Being a key input to the production of steel, iron ore futures in Singapore has now more than halved since hitting a record in May with the most active contract SCOV1 felling to $109/tons.

    European bond yields surge amid heavy supply and rising US Treasury yields (VGEA, BTP10, IS0L). Heavy bond supply led yield curves to steepen in the euro area yesterday. This trend will most likely continue today. Around 19 issuers sold €21bn of bonds, with three European Union selling €5bn of bills for the first time. To add to the selloff, Isabel Schnabel Said that the market overestimates the delta variant's effects on the economy, adding pressure to the selloff. Today Spain is issuing 3-, 5- and 10-year bonds, France sells 3- and 5-year bonds and Austria sells 15-year bonds via syndication. Although yields might soften slightly, we expect European sovereigns to continue to trade rangebound until volatility spurs by the German election or rising yields in the US.

    Retail sales may add to US Treasury strength (IEF, TLT). Retail sales figures are expected to have fallen in August. Although the drop is largely priced in the market, it could still support US Treasuries pushing yields down by a couple of basis points. Yet, we expect yields to remain rangebound between 1.25% and 1.35% until next week’s FOMC meeting.

    What is going on?

    Troubled Chinese property developer Evergrande causing widening fallout - with developers’ bonds and equities in China broadly under pressure, including China’s largest developer measured in sales, Country Garden Holdings Co, which saw its stock decline over 11% overnight. Evergrande halted trading in its onshore bonds a day after Chinese banks were told that it would not meet interest payments on Monday.

    Global natural gas prices remain on fire with sharp rallies on tight supply seen in all of the three major centers of consumption. In the US, NATGASOCT21 reached a new 7-year high as some GoM (Gulf of Mexico) production remained shut, adding to mounting concern about winter-supply shortages. In Europe, the record run of gains in gas and POWERDEBASCAL22 continued on worries about Russia’s ability to supply enough gas at a time where power generation from wind has slumped. Yesterday, the Dutch TTF benchmark GASNLBASEOCT21 surged to a record €76/MWh or more than $150/b oil equivalent before retracing on Kremlin comments that a Nord Stream 2 approval could balance gas prices in Europe. A comment raising concerns Russia may have played a geopolitical game this summer by keeping supplies suppressed in order to force an approval of the controversial NS2 pipeline.

    New Zealand Q2 GDP far higher than expected, with the quarter-on-quarter number coming in at +2.8% and the year-on-year at 17.4%. New Zealand rate expectations surged again on the news, with the 2-year swaps up some 8 bps from yesterday’s levels as traders rush to price in RBNZ policy tightening that was deemed certain to start at the August RBNZ meeting, if only a delta variant covid outbreak hadn’t struck a mere couple of days before the meeting, with the first “community spread” in months. That outbreak appeared almost set to come fully under control in the country’s zero tolerance policy, but in recent days, new cases have popped up and are keeping Auckland, the largest city in NZ, in lockdown.

    Australia’s odd employment report. The country’s jobs report shows what happens during a pandemic, as payrolls plunged, but the unemployment rate actually fell slightly   to a new cycle low of 4.5% due to 0.5% drop in the participation rate. We won’t know how the Australian economy is doing until the country’s vaccination effort has been rolled out sufficiently to allow a reopening, but the models of the US and Europe provide an idea. The government estimates it can achieve 80% vaccination of the 16 and over population by December.

    European car sales improved in August m/m, but car sales are still down 18% from a year ago. The three-month average car sales figures in Europe are at 2013 levels, so the bottlenecks in the global car industry are becoming a big issue for getting production back to 2019 levels.

    What are we watching next?

    Last US data ahead of next Wednesday’s FOMC meeting – today we get a look at the August US Retail Sales data, where the bite of the delta variant outbreak could be felt again, with tepid expectations for the month-on-month reading of –0.7% for the headline and 0.0% for the “ex Autos and Gas” number. We are more interested in the Friday preliminary September University of Michigan sentiment survey – particularly the inflation expectations component, which is a part of the Fed’s survey on inflation expectations and could influence whether the Fed proves more hawkish than expected at next Wednesday’s FOMC meeting, which is our base case.

    Economic calendar highlights for today (times GMT)

    0800 – Norway Norges Bank governor Olsen to speak

    1200 – ECB President Lagarde to speak

    1215 – Canada Aug. Housing Starts

    1230 – US Weekly Initial Jobless Claims and Continuing Claims

    1230 – US Aug. Retail Sales

    1230 – US Sep. Philadelphia Fed Survey

    1430 – DOE's Weekly NatGas Storage Change

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  • fortfivetwentyoutsourcing
    16.09.2021 - 53 minutes ago

    Morning Brew September 16 2021

    Vols at low since before Corona ahead of the FOMC

    Good Morning,

    US Equities trades friendly yesterday with main  Indexes gaining near 1% driven by a decline in import prices hinted that inflation may indeed prove to be transitory.

    In the Asian session we saw a little risk aversion after Japan released poor export data and trading in Evergrade bonds was suspended but moves were fairly small.

    Treasury yields trade at 1.3% and the USD Index remains at 92.55, EURUSD at 1.1806, XAUUSD at 1786 and XAGUSD at 23.60. holdings of SPDR Gold Trust fell 0.2% yesterday, the 1770 support is in focus for the FOMC meeting next week. If support is broken, it is likely silver will test the USD 22.50.

    Canada's YoY inflation rate accelerates to 4.1% in August, the Loony rises by 0.4% against the USD.

    Implied volatility is at the lowest levels since before the Corona crisis hit, 1 month EURUSD is at 4.6% and it seems quite cheap now.   

    Bitcoin is trading at 48300.

    On shoes hit NYSE at 35 and also closed there after rising to 38 briefly.

    Today, US Data at 14:30 will be released, the initial Jobless claims expected at 330k and Retail Sales expected at -0.8% will be key and the last significant release ahead of the FOMC meeting. Then the question will be the timing of tapering and the interest rate outlook (if any) provided.

    Please remember the expiries tomorrow.

      Erik Schafhauser

    Senior Relationship Manager

    Saxo Bank

    Topics: Morning Brew

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  • les-fleur
    16.09.2021 - 58 minutes ago

    I need to start a game blog

    #i keep writing whole articles all the fucking time its so stupid
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  • kingwilliamv
    16.09.2021 - 1 hour ago
    #prince william #duke of cambridge #articles
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  • peterholland765
    16.09.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Haarlemse CDA-burgemeester Jos Wienen is helemaal pro-kabinetsbeleid: Theater krijgt dwangsom van 2500 euro

    Haarlemse CDA-burgemeester Jos Wienen is helemaal pro-kabinetsbeleid: Theater krijgt dwangsom van 2500 euro

    https://www.dagelijksestandaard.nl/2021/09/haarlemse-cda-burgemeester-jos-wienen-is-helemaal-pro-kabinetsbeleid-theater-krijgt-dwangsom-van-2500-euro/ De Haarlemse CDA-burgemeester Jos Wienen is helemaal in zijn nopjes met het coronabeleid van zijn partijleider Hugo de Jonge. Om die reden legde zijn boa´s vanavond een theater een dwangsom op van 2500 euro. De reden? De beroemde cabaretier Theo…

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  • peterholland765
    16.09.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Defense Department Observes National POW/MIA Recognition Day

    Defense Department Observes National POW/MIA Recognition Day

    https://www.defense.gov/Explore/News/Article/Article/2772567/defense-department-observes-national-powmia-recognition-day/ National POW/MIA Recognition Day — which usually falls on the third Friday in September — was established in 1979 to honor those service members who were held captive and returned, as well as those who remain missing.

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  • peterholland765
    16.09.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Medische Apartheid een feit in Nederland: meerderheid Tweede Kamer wil wél QR-code maatschappij

    Medische Apartheid een feit in Nederland: meerderheid Tweede Kamer wil wél QR-code maatschappij

    https://www.dagelijksestandaard.nl/2021/09/medische-apartheid-een-feit-in-nederland-meerderheid-tweede-kamer-wil-wel-qr-code-maatschappij/ Het is een bijzonder zwarte dag in de geschiedenis van ons land. De Medische Apartheid is namelijk een feit. Een meerderheid in de Tweede Kamer heeft vanavond tégen een motie gestemd van Geert Wilders c.s. die invoering van de QR-code-maatschappij zou…

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  • badeliawineproblem
    16.09.2021 - 1 hour ago

    in these trying times may I offer you a picture of michael schumacher dressed as a bride dancing with rubens barrichello at a party with no context. your teammates could never.

    picture by Thais Lessa Carneiro, around 2003.

    #michael schumacher#rubens barrichello #I'm working on translating the article i took this for context hang on guys #f1#scuderia ferrari
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