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2023.03.29 22:28 battleangel1999 When I look at what's happening in France I notice the lack of the national guard, military tanks and police in military gear.
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2023.03.29 22:27 404joynotfound When did you start eating protein bars and how much is enough per serving?
2023.03.29 22:27 prtxl why are tanks so attracted to genjis?
2023.03.29 22:26 tmntmikey80 Tank Advice
2023.03.29 22:25 Ok-Muscle-2102 Bath time
2023.03.29 22:24 creepyNurseryRhyme Fuzzy & Red?
Hello! I've had two ADFs for a couple of months in a community 10gal tank with a betta (he's been non aggressive towards them), tetras and danios.submitted by creepyNurseryRhyme to AfricanDwarfFrog [link] [comments]
Today when I was checking them, I noticed one of my frogs had a large red spot on their foot with fuzzy white fungus on it. Their knees are also white and the other foot has a small fuzzy spot. The other frog is completely fine and they are both eating and active. I've quarantined this frog and so far I've treated their foot with heavily diluted hydrogen peroxide while I'm waiting for some methylene blue to come in.
I think this frog might have hurt themselves on a new rock I got? It's a small Texas holey rock.
Is there anything else I can do :(?
2023.03.29 22:24 RukuririBestGirl Reports are coming in that the Leopard 2 tanks donated by Denmark have arrived in Ukraine.
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2023.03.29 22:22 GhostBuster18 Climbing on tanks
2023.03.29 22:21 justmynamee What is this algae?
We recently changed over to a live plant tank, and with the grow lights this has been growing on both pieces of driftwood and basically any surface in the tank.submitted by justmynamee to Aquariums [link] [comments]
The fish and plants have all been thriving so I’m just curious if this it normal, and if not what to do to get rid of it?
2023.03.29 22:20 autotldr Bangladesh journalist charged over high food cost article.
Bangladesh police on Wednesday charged a reporter from a leading newspaper for producing "False news" after an article on high food prices went viral, stoking fears about media freedom.
The draconian Digital Security Act under which Shamsuzzaman Shams was charged has been widely used by the government to muzzle journalists and critics, rights groups say.
The reporter was charged with "Smearing the image of the government with a false news" and for raising questions on the achievements of Bangladesh, under the Digital Security Act, according to a copy of the case file obtained by AFP. The Prothom Alo article was published on Sunday and included quotes from ordinary people talking about their lives on the occasion of Bangladesh's Independence Day.
Like in other poorer nations, the cost of food has soared in Bangladesh since the middle of last year following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
According to a local think tank, nearly 3 000 people have been charged under the Digital Security Act since it was enacted in 2018, including around 280 journalists.
In recent months, Bangladesh's dwindling number of independent media and journalists have come under increasing attacks by the government and Hasina's ruling party.
2023.03.29 22:17 mbiggz-gaming Maybe she’ll learn…eventually
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2023.03.29 22:17 itchyformation Paella recipe
2023.03.29 22:15 iain93 What's this freaky thing in our tank?
This is our apple snail tank and this thing has just showed up. I have never seen anything like it. Do you know what it is?submitted by iain93 to Aquariums [link] [comments]
2023.03.29 22:12 ImThatAnnoyingGuy SoM 2 Question
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2023.03.29 22:08 louieanderson "Democrats need a post-populist economics"
It manifests itself on the far left and right as general hostility to big business and, more recently, to Big Tech in particular.The right are hostile to big business?! Sen. Grassely (R-IA) the longest serving senator and about as status quo as one can get for the republican party is far right? Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) is a populist?
Fortunately, the populists’ reckless drive to break up America’s most innovative and globally competitive enterprises seems to be sputtering.Innovative and competitive american companies like checks notes tik tok:
But the marketplace for digital devices and services seems hotly competitive. In less than a decade, for example, Tik Tok, a Chinese company, has zoomed past Meta’s Instagram as the most popular social media platform for young people.
That could prove liberating for Democrats, who will never outcompete rightwing demagogues when it comes to stoking economic grievances.What? Maybe Donald Trump's talking points but that's not mainstream party policy.
Instead, Democrats need a post-populist economics that inspires hope in America’s ability to innovate rapidly, generate abundant growth and opportunity and outpace China in the race to master frontier technologies.What does this even mean? Big tech has had over a decade of loose monetary policy to fund unprofitable stupid shit like crypto, which they've done to an alarming degree. And it's failed, horribly. Signature, FTX, Binance, pretty sure coinbase is about to go down. Billions in wasted "innovation." SVB just got bailed out.
The bill’s defenders naturally blame their failure to get political traction on Big Tech’s formidable lobbying power. No doubt that’s a factor, but the fundamental cause is the flimsiness of their case.Where does the funding for PPI come from again?
Unable to show how U.S. consumers are harmed financially by the services they’re eagerly snapping up from tech companies, Washington’s populists have cooked up a new antitrust theory: The digital giants are using their market power to suffocate or absorb smaller competitors.This is a reference to the Chicago school hustle that monopolies are only harmful if it can be shown consumers paid a higher price than they would have otherwise. There are reasons to be concerned about concentration of corporate power: adverse effects from non-competing markets, worse innovation (lower quality), worse labor outcomes, undue influence on regulation and vertical pressure/integration, etc.
But the marketplace for digital devices and services seems hotly competitive. In less than a decade, for example, Tik Tok, a Chinese company, has zoomed past Meta’s Instagram as the most popular social media platform for young people.A company backed by an authoritarian state with adverse interests to the U.S. outpaced an early player in the social media space that grew due to a moat based on network effects. How do either of these relate to competition, free markets, or the viability of small businesses?
Prices are another telltale sign. In highly concentrated markets, they tend to rise as monopolists extract “rents” from consumers who can’t find what they want elsewhere. Yet prices in the digital sector have stayed low, acting as a moderating force on the inflation that’s otherwise plaguing U.S. households.This is because the price is subsidized by externality of forfeiting ones private information, which is not given a dollar amount. The service itself may be free, some portion funded by advertising, but the value is what the consumer gives away opaquely without compensation or effective legal oversight. Other companies are marketed as tech when they are not e.g. Tesla or Uber, which exist because they are subsidized by investors.
Although the antitrust bills raise alarms about market concentration, they are carefully tailored to hit just four U.S. tech companies: Google, Amazon, Apple and Meta. Amazon’s main rival is Walmart, an enormous company that isn’t on the antitrusters’ radar.Yes, we should also target anti-trust for companies like Wal-Mart; that's agreeable.
Many rightwing populists have jumped on the anti-tech bandwagon for parochial political reasons. They complain that Big Tech platforms censure conservatives by banning Donald Trump’s election lies and alt-right websites trafficking in hatred and conspiracy theories.Elon Musk bought twitter to spout his nonsense, and bring Trump back, this is a silly argument.
This is the worst possible moment to dismantle or handcuff our major tech firms, for three reasons. First, we stand on the brink of a fateful race to develop commercial applications for two transformative technologies: generative AI and quantum computing. Here the big four are followers, not leaders: ChatGPT was developed by a small laboratory, OpenAI, which is bankrolled by Microsoft and other investors.Literally large established tech companies buying up smaller competitors because they fail to innovate. Marshall contradicts his own argument.
Second, the supposedly omnipotent Big Tech firms are shrinking rather than spreading their tentacles around the U.S. economy. They are laying off tens of thousands of workers (Meta is set to reduce its workforce by 13 percent), and their market capitalizations have tumbled.What is this proof of exactly? Large companies have been laying off workers forever. Other, non-tech companies are laying off employees.
Third and most important, the United States is locked in a momentous competition with China for mastery of AI and other technologies that are crucial to U.S. prosperity and national security. To prevail in this global contest for “innovation power,” we’ll need some big competitors and the vibrant innovative ecosystem that surrounds them.But you just said large companies don't innovate which is why Microsoft funded openai.
Tech’s critics raise some legitimate issues, especially around privacy, data security and mergers. But today’s techlash also reflects the lingering outrage and pessimism from the 2008-9 economic crisis, which shook public faith in the stability and fairness of America’s free enterprise system.Why would that ever stop being a valid concern, particularly if no changes were made to address it?
On the left, Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and the House “squad” of democratic socialists rail incessantly against corporate profits and capitalism’s “rigged game.” The Biden administration unwisely gave key policymaking posts to academic theorists such as Lina Khan and Tim Wu, whose antitech animus made them leftwing celebrities.Most people don't know who either of those people are, and it's strange the left are getting tagged with Biden's own appointments; remember Biden is PPI's candidate. Both Tim Wu and Lina Khan have established credentials in their field of expertise, meanwhile this inconsistent and poorly assembled opinion piece is from regulatory expert Will Marshall who holds a bachelors in english and history and has prior work experience as a speech writer and journalist. Really your criticism is to litigate inexpert commentary on regulations? This is clown commentary.
On the right, former President Trump jettisoned the Republicans’ habitual deference to Big Business and lambasted U.S. companies for betraying working Americans by moving production abroad and backing free trade.Trump's rhetoric doesn't match his actions, he enacted tariffs but also renegotiated NAFTA. What labor protections did he adopt?
However justified the populist backlash may have been, it offers few answers to the new economic puzzles we must solve: inflation’s return; cascading public debt; public underinvestment in the skills and career prospects of non-college youth; slow productivity and wage growth, especially in former industrial centers; and outdated regulations that strangle entrepreneurs and slow to a snail’s pace the building of new economic and clean energy infrastructure.Not only has this commentary failed to address any of these issues in concrete terms, it hasn't even addressed the substantive effects and consequences of the legislation its referenced. Remember at the beginning of the article when you mentioned actual pieces of legislation? Never is discussed what those bills actually do. This is a think tank that generates no thoughts, this is a policy center that has no concrete commentary on policy. Not one regulation has been mentioned, one may walk away from this article with no understanding as to what these bills actually enforce, change, or regulate.
But we badly need leaders who inspire economic confidence, not despair and defeatism. Democrats should leave populist doom and gloom to Trump and his minions, and instead channel the forward-looking, optimistic and radically pragmatic spirit of Presidents Clinton, Kennedy and FDR.What does that have to do with anything? What does this even mean, what does any of this stupid shit mean? By his own standard FDR was a populist adopting communist policy in response to black Monday. "...celebrating U.S. ingenuity and entrepreneurial verve..." that's not a policy, that's not a piece of legislation, that's not actionable. This man is an idiot.
After 15 years of telling Americans how bad they have it, it’s time to offer them an exciting picture of how today’s economic changes and technological advances can make our lives better. That starts by celebrating U.S. ingenuity and entrepreneurial verve, not punishing successful companies simply for getting big.
2023.03.29 22:07 InternalComposer1652 Help me find this game
2023.03.29 22:06 riceyandspicy My ppm for my shrimp tank is 182 how can I get it between 200-250 just ss mineralizer?
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