Flask restoration in progress
- Jun 11, 2023
- United States
Democracy Sausages, and yes served in a single slice of bread folded in half with onions and either tomato sauce or bbq sauce. Butter is optional.I learned how the Australian voting system works, thanks to a fun online comic. I didn't need to learn about it, but I've decided to re-contextualize my recent struggle to stay focused on anything as a dedication to pursuing new knowledge rather than work burnout.
SLAPPO!! Learn about preferential voting in Australia with Dennis the Election Koala and Ken the Voting Dingo! (AKA instant-runoff voting, ranked-choice voting, "the alternative vote", etc.)www.chickennation.com
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Also, I found a picture of the elusive democracy wieners I have heard about in passing. Served on bread with... onions? Or toenails.
Shereen discusses the historical importance of the Balfour Declaration and how it forever changed the landscape of the Middle East.
Views on race
In 1906, during a House of Commons debate, Balfour argued that the disenfranchisement of the blacks in South Africa was not immoral. He said:
Political scholar Yousef Munayyer has claimed that Arthur Balfour's antisemitism played a role in the issuance of the Balfour Declaration, citing Balfour's presiding over, as prime minister, the passage of the Aliens Act 1905 that mainly aimed to restrict Jewish immigration to Britain from Eastern Europe. Balfour had written in 1919, in his introduction to Nahum Sokolow's History of Zionism, that the Zionist movement would:We have to face the facts. Men are not born equal, the white and black races are not born with equal capacities: they are born with different capacities which education cannot and will not change.
mitigate the age-long miseries created for Western civilization by the presence in its midst of a Body [the Jews] which it too long regarded as alien and even hostile, but which it was equally unable to expel or to absorb.
Too much salt isn't good and we have a habit of really loading up food with a lot. Not like table salt, but salt that is used to emphasize other flavors. Really though, the biggest issue is sugar, sugar is killer and probably the worst thing you can regularly eat.Seems like whatever nutritional advice/recommendations given by public health is like always wrong. Salt is another thing that has gotten a bad name.
Lowering salt intake in those with hypertension helps in lowering blood pressure but saying everyone should has no basis in fact.Too much salt isn't good and we have a habit of really loading up food with a lot. Not like table salt, but salt that is used to emphasize other flavors. Really though, the biggest issue is sugar, sugar is killer and probably the worst thing you can regularly eat.
Yeah I kind of have to agree with the kid answering as they did; as presented on the paper there are indeed two corners.The internet debates a student's answer to a seemingly simple maths question when it was marked as incorrect by the kid's teacher.scoop.upworthy.com
The post about the textbook being technically wrong in the first place by showing a half “disc” instead of an actual “semicircle” (ie no adjacent line) is the most correct answer.