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2022.01.26 18:24 loldragon05 This is how Eau Rouge looks like after snowing.

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2022.01.26 18:24 ListenUnlucky8379 If someone has the AIDs, will you have sex with them using protection?

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2022.01.26 18:24 Designer_Walrus_4283 Now I feel so damn fucked up

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2022.01.26 18:24 Xlopezinfernox Join the F76GIVEAWAYSTRADING Discord Server!

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2022.01.26 18:24 craig1818 DC makes this week's Wonder Girl #7 the series' surprise finale

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2022.01.26 18:24 bruhIdont How much damage have to caused and bounced?

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2022.01.26 18:24 prospector04 BC-PNP job specs. Please help!

Hi all. I was hoping to get some info on the BC-PNP processing times. Like many of you I was banking on express entry CEC, and am now despairing.
My IEC visa runs out on August 31st, 2022. I am intending to begin my PR application once I have my WES documents, in late February 2022. As such, I'm not in the pool yet.
My CRS points estimate is around 520 due to being NOC category A, having a masters degree, and 1 year Canadian experience.
I am looking at BC-PNP as a second option. My issue is this: I recently changed employers. My contract with my current employer will be under "probation" until mid-June. Therefore I believe technically my current job offer does not allow me to be eligible for PNP. Am I correct? Do you think I could request my employer to provide me a job offer regardless, so that I can go for PNP? Also how long does the PNP process take?
My fear is that my CEC ITA won't come in time for August 31st cut off, and that I won't have enough time to get a PNP approved.
I have contracted an immigration consultant, awaiting their response.
Any advice on my options would be hugely appreciated, I am very concerned at this point.
Thank you for reading.
P.S apologies for my ignorance on this process. Until last week I was simply banking on the CEC process, and I realise in retrospect that changing jobs wasn't the smartest move, though I couldn't predict what would happen in 2022.
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2022.01.26 18:24 DirtyPenPalDoug Don't be angry, learn.

We saw today lots of things. How easy it is for mainstream media to steamroll people. How alluring taking a position of leadership can be. How easy it is for trolls to roll in and cause massive damage.
We need to remember this going forward. Remember that what we are doing is a direct threat to the status quo and they absolutely will want to break any solidarity.
So theres things need to be said. No one is a leader. If you think you are, you arnt. Im sure as fuck not. We discuss things and let ideas win. I keep suggesting that a stay at home strike is the best idea, mainly because it does avoid being a target for media and police, etc.. I think its a good idea. But it has to be an idea everyone thinks is a good idea too. Untill then its still a discussion.
We have to be very aware of bad players. Give people a chance of course but when people start clearly holding onto posting fud and more, time to realize them as bad actors.
And i cant stress enough going forward as community building and mutial aid is going to be key onlone but more so at the local level. Be ready to be safe. Be ready to have those tough conversations. Be safe, yet again. Using mutial aid is also a communication network that builds saftey. Keep that always in mind.
Don't let a loud voice control all the voices.
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2022.01.26 18:24 svanapps Gibraltar Could Launch the World’s First Crypto Stock Exchange

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2022.01.26 18:24 gary_s_1970 Why did UPS come to the customers house as I was leaving?

As I left, I seen him pull in.
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2022.01.26 18:24 Beginning-Yard-8364 Fastest u2u

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2022.01.26 18:24 dobrits Коя част на армията трябва да бъде засилена според вас? Човешки ресурси, танкове, самолети? И защо?

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2022.01.26 18:24 MikaMeredith Filament Health News and Next Steps! (OTCQB: FLHLF) (NEO: FH) (FSE: 7QS)

(OTCQB: FLHLF) (NEO: FH) (FSE: 7QS)
Filament Health is a company that supports the treatment of mental health conditions through exclusively natural psychedelic medicines. They believe in safe and natural psychedelic medicines that can help the lives of many in need.
News released today that Filament Health has been included in Health Canada’s list of licensed psilocybin producers. This is what the CEO of Filament Health, Benjamin Lightburn, had to say about this inclusion: "Our inclusion in this list will aid us in adding to our growing number of partnerships in the Canadian psychedelic ecosystem. We commend Health Canada on their continuing support of the SAP and of scientific research into psychedelics."
Filament Health is a company you want to keep up with in the new year especially after being on this list.
Source: https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/filament-health-subsidiary-psilo-scientific-120000362.html
Not Financial advice, do your own DD!
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2022.01.26 18:24 mnbvcxy98765 Some face and expression doodling

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2022.01.26 18:24 -stuey- Possible new firmware being released in coming days/weeks

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2022.01.26 18:24 Altruistic-Demand-87 Scholarships for internationals

HELLO EVERYONE
I applied to UTD on January 25th and emailed the FinAid office, they have told me that the AES deadlines have passed "Dec 1", I really want to attend but is there any scholarships available other than AES that makes me eligible for an OOS tuition waiver
ps: I am an international student and can afford in-state tuition but OOS tuition is impossible.
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2022.01.26 18:24 Rainbow-450 My payslips are not password-protected. Is this a breach of GDPR compliance?

I work for a small and rather old-fashion workplace. When I get my payslips via email they are never encrypted. We also have a finance folder that all staff can access (I don't work for the finance department), and I realised payslips and other documents like this -e.g. we all got a payrise to 'keep up with inflation' (which is BS as it doesn't really but this is a different topic), I misplaced mine so went to retrieve it from the folder and realised the other staff's letters were accessible to me also.
Is the business in breach of GDPR?
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2022.01.26 18:24 Jackbux35 In your opinion what’s the best Mario character?

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2022.01.26 18:24 mikalaaloha Angry Lovers - Come Down (Official)

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2022.01.26 18:24 AlmightyTHORp How to make my @ change color based on HP?

I mostly play the Android port by gurrhack (highly recommend, by the way) and one thing I really enjoy about it is that the @ symbol representing my character changes color based on my HP. When I play on my PC I have the hilite_status options set so those things change colors based on HP, but I miss having the primary focal point of my eyes (my character) convey this info. Any way to do that on vanilla nethack?
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2022.01.26 18:24 kyleranthony7 Some jerseys for sale! Let me know. Prices/Sizes in caption

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2022.01.26 18:24 MikaMeredith Filament Health Makes Health Canada’s List! (OTCQB: FLHLF) (NEO: FH) (FSE: 7QS)

(OTCQB: FLHLF) (NEO: FH) (FSE: 7QS)
Filament Health is a company that supports the treatment of mental health conditions through exclusively natural psychedelic medicines. They believe in safe and natural psychedelic medicines that can help the lives of many in need.
News released today that Filament Health has been included in Health Canada’s list of licensed psilocybin producers. This is what the CEO of Filament Health, Benjamin Lightburn, had to say about this inclusion: "Our inclusion in this list will aid us in adding to our growing number of partnerships in the Canadian psychedelic ecosystem. We commend Health Canada on their continuing support of the SAP and of scientific research into psychedelics."
Filament Health is a company you want to keep up with in the new year especially after being on this list.
Source: https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/filament-health-subsidiary-psilo-scientific-120000362.html
Not Financial advice, do your own DD!
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2022.01.26 18:24 Zerabelle The cause of bubbles · Mark Cuban · October 15, 2008

Article is pasted below (I added bold text to key parts)
https://vator.tv/news/2008-10-15-the-cause-of-bubbles
When you make the upside based on financial engineering and not investments
Let me get this straight.
In 2008, funds trying to squeeze out another basis point or two thought they were being conservative buying insurance on heavily leveraged portfolios of sub prime loans and other debt. Once those loans started to default, it created a cascading de-leveraging event which lead to major financial institutions failing and the “smartest” minds on Wall Street being forced to dump everything to raise cash, which in turn lead to a crisis of confidence. And, de-leveraging that created the worst week in the history of the stock markets. Did I get this right?
In 1987, funds, trying to squeeze out another basis point or two thought they were being conservative, buying insurance on leveraged stock portfolios. Once the stock prices on those portfolios started to drop, their insurance programs pushed them to dump everything AND sell stock index futures to raise cash, which in turn lead to a crisis of confidence and deleveraging that created the worst single day melt down in the history of the stock markets. Did I get this right?
Think it wont happen again? Of course it will.
Whatever money the Fed makes available to stimulate the economy will be used, as intended, by entrepreneurs and business people to create and grow businesses.
Unfortunately, it will also be used by financial engineers to try to find a way to make HUGE profits from highly leveraged, risk-laden financial packaging. Why wouldn't they ?
If you can borrow cheap money, invest in some asset that can be marked to an increasing market, borrow against the gain and buy something else and do it as many times as possible, wouldn't you ? It's exactly how homeowners In a bull market drove up real estate prices with a few making huge money.
If you could do the same thing, but instead of with houses, with stocks or asset backed securities, and instead of with thousands, do it with billions so you could profit in the 10's of millions or more, wouldn't you?
Hell yes you would. You certainly aren't going to tell yourself that you could be creating the next big bubble that could rival 1929, or for future generations, would rival 2008, so don't do it. You would go for the money.
Which is the genesis of our problem in the U.S.
It's not wrong to run with bull markets and leverage to the hilt. That can be a very good thing. But we have to make the upside based on investments, rather than financial engineering. Which is exactly why we have to change our tax code. We want to encourage investment, not financial engineering.
The financial markets were originally defined as markets that created capital for businesses to start and grow.
Today, that is rarely the case. Sure companies do come to the markets for cash to grow. That should be encouraged. But those examples are a tiny percentage of the market. When a stock turns over its float multiple times in a day, those are not investors buying and selling the stock. Those are traders or financial engineers.
The ONLY WAY WE ARE GOING TO END THIS BOOM AND BUST CYCLE IS IF WE DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN INVESTORS AND EVERYONE ELSE.
Investors should be rewarded for actually owning companies and gaining returns on their investments. Financial engineers should have to pay a premium for the risk they introduce to the entire financial system. It was not investors that brought on the last two crashes. It was the financial engineers.
The beautiful thing about this country is that we like to work hard, and we like to take chances. Unfortunately, over the last 15 years, the incentives have been to take chances as a financial engineer rather than as an entrepreneur. *We give far more money to people who play games with financial instruments than we give to people who come up with ideas for the next big thing. * That needs to change if we want to remain a leader in this world.
Here is what I would do to change things:
I would change to zero the taxes on any gains from the sale of stock or bonds purchased during an IPO and held for five or more years. All dividends/interest paid by that stock/bond would be tax free. If you sell it prior to the 5 years, you are taxed at your personal regular income tax rate.
In addition, I would not allow the stock to be borrowed against in any way. If it was, it would be considered an effective sale. Which means you couldn't borrow on it tax free until you have held it five years. Bottom line, if you hold the stock/bond, like a real investor would, you are rewarded for it.
For purchases post IPO, in the open market, the same rules apply, except I would tax a personal income rates the dividends/interest for the first five years of ownership.
For all other transactions, whether they are options, derivatives, stocks, bonds, whatever, all gains and losses would be taxed at personal income rates.
If you are a great financial engineer and make tons of money at what you are doing, more power to you. If you are good at what you do, you pay more to Uncle Sam, but you still make a boatload of money.
I would keep taxes on private transactions, just where they are. Private transactions are less liquid and harder to value, which in turn makes them harder to borrow against. Which reduces leverage in the system and encourages investment. It's hard to financial engineer a private company.
I would tax gains and losses in private companies at capital gains levels, but I would extend to three years the marker to not be considered a short-term investment. I would keep the active vs passive rules.
Next there is the issue of leveraging. No one ever complains when cheap cost of funds creates leverage and drives a market up. And no one ever will. So we have to set strict leverage limits. We set margin/leverage limits on day traders as the tech bubble burst. The only difference between the day traders of the tech bubble and the Investment Banks and AIGs of the world that cratered in this bubble is that the big guys started with more chips at the table. And they picked their own credit lines and there was no pit boss to watch over them. I would limit to 2x the leverage available on any asset that is insured by the government or is offered by any organization that is eligible for government insurance or tax incentives of any kind.
Of course, I would still levy a fee of anywhere from 1c to 10c on every transaction of stocks or bonds which would go into a general fund, that I will call the “Oh Shit We Missed It Fund”. It will be there to fund the inevitable situation where someone figures out how to work around whatever regulations and tax code that is created.
As an entrepreneur, I can tell you that this would not change how I ever started or invested in any business. As someone who trades stocks, it would impact my investment decisions. I would only trade out of necessity. I would be willing to take lower yields on my investments, making it cheaper for companies to raise funding.
I also recognize that it would mean that the chances of the Dow ever hitting 14,000 in 2008 dollars is about as likely as my catching my elbow on the rim playing basketball. I dont think that's a bad thing.

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