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I like to say to all the media that cover Donald Trump & the WhiteHouse on every news related stories continue on doing what you do and that's present the stories as accurate and straight forward with the facts .their are people like me who wants true...
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A Decade. It seems like an eternity, yet has gone by with a flash. What a ride it has been, like a roller coaster with plenty of ups and downs and filled with twists and turns. It hasn’t been easy. No one ever said that it would be. To the contrary, it takes a tremendous amount of effort, from both of us. Many faces have come and gone over the years. In this day and age that is more commonplace than exception. But here we are, ten years in, staring back at each other. We’ve shared in joy and pain, from births to deaths. We’ve had good days and not so good days together. Even so, we’ve been there through thick and thin. We’ve been committed. It never would have worked otherwise. Honesty, loyalty and communication all form the bedrock of what we have. Everything else is superficial...
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The crucible, a story about a real-life witch hunt in Salem Mass. In colonial America. In the crucible women were falsely accused of witchcraft because a simple difference they are a woman, don’t go to church, aren’t married or don’t have children at a certain age. During these hunts, the “witches” were hanged. In the play women were inferior to men. Men in the time were seen as a godlier figure sent to protect the world from all evil. Women were seen as witches because of something different. My names Kylie, I’m 17 I’m a cashier at Hy-Vee, for those who have no idea what Hy-Vee is it’s a grocery store, with very little things special about it. Over the past 5-6 months of working at Hy-Vee I have come to notice a few things. Everything is being run by a man, we have one upfront...
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As quoted in the Chicago Tribune, August 2017 "bigger voice than Donald Trump". Here is an opportunity for Chance The Rapper to prove just how big his voice is! UVNAmerica is asking Chance The Rapper for support in distributing a non-toxic, non-invasive and healing UVNA Light Therapy device to millions of HIV patients around the world. This state-of-the-art, sublingual, non-invasive UV light device is the first-ever developed and tested to successfully treat HIV. Between 2005-2007, UVNAmerica performed a clinical trial in which 18 HIV-positive patients used the UVNA Light Therapy Device daily. Over the course of the study, patients showed a 100 percent decrease in HIV in the body, with no relapse to date. Hundreds of success clinical tests have been performed with UV Light...
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Mr. Schnatter you want to complain about your 3rd quarter sales of your pizza on the nfl protest particular (Blacks) athletes really maybe your pizza isn't as good as you...
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An Open Letter to the Professional Audio, Touring and Live Event Industry (inspired by the women of animation and thousands upon thousands of women standing up worldwide) We, the women and gender non-conforming people of the professional audio, touring and live events industry, would like to address the pervasive problem of sexism and sexual harassment in our vocation. Our industry must start to address these widespread issues and create a blueprint for change. It is time to listen to our voices. Long before recent scandals, women and other marginalized groups in our industry have been discussing the issues of sexism, sexual harassment, and sexual assault. From sexist jokes, inappropriate touching, and threats of being blacklisted to actual criminal assault, we are extremely...
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To me, the most critical part of finding an appropriate candidate for an open position cannot be judged by the number of years spent in school or within a certain industry. Granted, I don’t work as a hiring manager or recruiter, but common sense would tell me that there is so much more to finding a great fit for a position than things that can be measured on a piece of paper. At what point is this considered in your search for a candidate? I spent my entire early 20’s as a financially independent young person. With the cost of living, i.e. rent, utilities, insurance, phone, etc., and no experience outside of my training for the Army Reserves, I took a job making $12 an hour. I worked 55+ hours a week to make ends meet. And although the cost of college courses was covered by the U.S....
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Dear Sophie, I didn't want to make things awkward before I left, so I saved this letter until now. Firstly, I wish to start by saying thank you for your employment and your generosity throughout my time at your company. The lunches and early finishes were greatly appreciated and your understanding about my travel situation was well received. However, I cannot let myself be walked all over and say nothing, hence this letter. Whilst you always tried to treat us and be generous, unfortunately you have got it completely wrong. The way you treat your staff and the environment I had to suffer through was disgusting and no amount of lunches and early finishes could ever have made up for it. I am going to outline the main reasons I left your employment. I'm not sure where you got '...
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EIT Digital, Infor, wipro, R/GA, Ericsson, Bombardier, Zendesk, Fleetcor, HERE, Saleforce, CA Technologies, Sotalex, SDL, Arcadis, IP Soft, Zeta, Viacom, McKinsey&Company, Stepstone, BCG Digital Ventures …and the dozens of other companies; start-up, SME and corporate who follow such practices. Several months in on the job hunting, one thing I can say for sure, YOUR HR PROCESS IS A DISGRACE. Here’s my experience… From all the evidence emails could be more truthful, perhaps something along the lines: “Thank you for your application. Our dim-witted, somewhat inexperienced HR personnel will *possibly, maybe* review your profile beyond a keyword match and when we don’t recognize a market leading company that we’ve heard of — you won’t be hearing from us.” I’ve officially succumbed...
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Prof. Stadler, As a woman, I now know that when I walked into the Audi store in Arlington I was viewed as less than the man that walked in right after me. I now know that it must have been a huge surprise to your salespeople that I purchased this car (Audi Q7 Prestige with EVERY option) without my husband or father with me. I see how Audi views women in the world. You made it very clear with your ridiculous Super Bowl ad showing how women, in your eyes, are less compared to men. Not only was it completely sexist, you tried to make it justifiable by ending the ad with some sort of “hope” that “…maybe I will tell her something different.” Oh, how magnanimous of you! Maybe, that is the view in your company. It doesn’t surprise me that your entire board is made up of only men. Maybe...
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