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2023.06.07 20:19 Sobrietyking How this impacts peoples respect

When i abstain for a awhile i'm more respected. and verbally i can expreas myself better and explain shit and just talk good.
When im watching that stuff i just turn into a zombie nobody respects, i went to my gp today and the desklady just flat out disrespected me and i was in this zombie like trance. I hate hate how defenseless i become on this stuff. I hear whatever when it happens but im just frozen. Unable to find the words and unable to access the energy and power neccessary to do anything its so damnning.
I hate what this shit has turned me into. even kids didnt respect me nomore. i dont know for some of yall but when i abstain things do get better. But i often have to get away from people i knew because when i reach a certain peak and start feeling good strong regain clarity of tought. All of sudden some people start showing how they felt about the old me all of sudden i get hate, and disgusting remarks.
I been this pmo self for damn near 15 years so sadly enough i have started to believe some of this stuff the loser part and the dumb part and crazy part because when i abstain im calm smart make sound decisions voice deeper and just me i emanate strong presence. When im watching that stuff im nervous akward cant speak cant tink cant do shit bad luck losing in very very bad ways. And man its hard to accept that i had to live such a lie for such a long time and sometimes i wonder if my brain isnt irreparable because ive been like this for so long . I sometimes wonder
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2023.06.07 20:18 Kendalf Methinks the Larry doth protest too much - Reflection on LH call with Financial Journey

This post may now be moot with indications that Hardge is walking from Mullen, but the academic side of me wants it on the record that there were clear signs that Hardge was not being on the level with his sayings and dealings. Plus the fact that I already had most of this written last night, and was waiting for Financial Journey to release the actual recording of his call with Hardge to confirm what had been said earlier.
On the one hand, Hardge has repeatedly spoken boastfully (not at all humble) of all the massive deals he personally had lined up, all of whom wanted to work with HIM and not Mullen. He then talked like he was doing Mullen and its shareholders a favor by sharing the alleged profits of these deals with Mullen. Hardge sounded quite miffed that Mullen seems to not want to agree to his terms for the deal and considers it a huge knock against his public credibility. And yet despite all this, he still wanted to try to work something out with Mullen so he can be paid the $5M that he believes the company owes him.
Let’s take what Hardge has previously claimed at face value.
He owns the patents and IP for the EMM. So all intellectual RIGHTS and LICENSING is apparently set.
He has multiple independent test results proving that the EMM does what he claims. So all VALIDATION of the technology is apparently set.
He has deals with Saudis and multiple other Middle East countries ready to provide BILLIONS of dollars. He even has individual investors wanting to put “a billion dollars” into his company (15:20 mark). So all FINANCING needs are apparently set.
He has an international manufacturing company that is ready to make tens or hundreds of thousand of EMM devices starting within 4 weeks (2:36 mark). So all MANUFACTURING needs are apparently set.

So why does Hardge need Mullen Automotive to sign any agreement at all?

What does Mullen bring to the table that Hardge did not already have in place?
He claimed that all these international agreements were in the works and ready to go BEFORE Mullen entered the picture. The only thing that Mullen would seem to do is take 51% of the revenue. LH claims he wanted to share these deals to “take the load off”. But if he had BILLIONS in financing commitments, shouldn't he be able to hire ALL the necessary labor and engineering expertise he could ever need?
Credit to Cal for asking Hardge (26:27 mark) why he doesn’t do the deal direct with the Saudis. Hardge claims he needs the engineering staff and facilities that Mullen has to do the work installing the EMM. Hardge’s response is just unbelievable, and again credit to Cal for trying to pursue it a bit further with Hardge in asking him why that would be such a big problem if the return is so much greater. Hardge claims that he would have to hire “consultants to do all of that in the midst of an already hectic business schedule.” But that’s just a basic part of running a business!
And then at the 28:48 mark Hardge talks about Mullen’s vans. Here’s a key statement Hardge makes: “They didn’t have a manufacturing for the installation, I went and got my own that I already was working on. Now we got a deal, they can provide any numbers around the world, international manufacture.” It sure seems like Hardge knows how to arrange for manufacturing and installation deals, which directly contradicts his explanation just a couple minutes earlier for why he wants to work with Mullen.
Hardge has also said on multiple occasions that the EMM is “easy to install” and “plug and play” such that “a high school drop-out could install this system in these vehicles” (8:15 mark in the Mullen Troy livestream). In other FB livestreams, he spoke about the EMM as an aftermarket device that the buyer would install on their own vehicle, just like putting on a window shade or cell phone cover.
In addition, Hardge himself said as reported by Cal in Twitter space meeting that Mullen engineers apparently didn't know how to do any wiring stuff, and that when he was at Mullen's Troy facility doing work on the vans that he had to do it all himself, or something along those lines. Not exactly a sign of confidence in Mullen's technical staff, is it?
It makes no sense for Hardge to say (2:09 mark) that it would take the Saudis 2-3 years to build a factory in Michigan to manufacture the EMM, given that he has said previously that the cost to make the EMM is just $85 and can be built using off-the-shelf parts from Home Depot or Lowes.
There are multiple clear contradictions between what Hardge claims he has on hand (deals, financing, manufacturing) and the degree of effort that he has put in to try to get paid $5M from Mullen to finalize the Definitive Agreement. Hence my play on Shakespeare in the title of this post: Methinks Larry doth protest too much. It seems unbelievable that anyone that genuinely has all the deals and such that Lawrence claims he has lined up would still be sticking around trying to work out some sort of agreement with Mullen. I believe that Hardge was trying to pull a fast one on Mullen from the start, and unfortunately for the company and its shareholders David Michery bought into the con and dragged Mullen into the last several weeks of buffoonery involving LH. And the damage has already been done.
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2023.06.07 20:16 Imaginary_Estate_157 Anyone recall this?

Does anyone recall the evening in the early to mid 70’s that the Hells Angels took over Bojangles bar Bay Ridge NY and Jerry Garcia, Bob Wier and Phil Lesh strummed their guitars and singing in the backroom sitting on chairs with angels standing around. It was a birthday party for Jerry. All the alcohol was on the bar with tubs of beer set about. I was not an invite but walked in thru the bar grabbing a beer as I moved to the back room to listen, after a half hour of me enjoying this moment, an Angel tapped me on the shoulder politely asked if I would finish my beer and leave, it took me about 15-20 min. to finish and reluctantly leave. Bojangles also had outstanding burgers on english muffins.
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2023.06.07 20:15 SweetYams0 More For Your...Drive!

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2023.06.07 20:12 henkekolbein Vsett10 + battery issue, voltage drop

Hi i have a vsett10 + with 25,6 ah battery. It only has around 1200 km on it and today i noticed a huge change in the capisity of the battery from the day before. Usually when I ride at full speed it will only drop a few volts and a 1/5 of the bars after a few minutes. Today I started at full charge and after only 10-15 minutes it was dropping down below 55V and at one point 4/5 bars were gone. My top speed is greatly reduced and I would guess range is under 50% of what it was the day before. I'm trying to see if keeping it plugged in the charger overnight wil do something... looks like the battery is kinda broken, any ideas?
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2023.06.07 20:11 newmusicrls Beatport Secret Weapons 2023 Nu Disco / Disco

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  1. Andy Romano – Every Time Feel Allright (Instrumental) 07:37 125bpm Am
  2. Levantine – You Are The One (Original Mix) 05:27 122bpm E
  3. Me Dicen Raul – Taxonomia del Impuesto (Original Mix) 07:06 120bpm F
  4. Art Of Tones, Chatobaron – Ban The Disco (Original Mix) 05:25 126bpm Dm
  5. Frank Agrario – Gambia (Original Mix) 06:41 153bpm Cm
  6. Luca Olivotto – Seaside (Brandski Remix) 05:15 127bpm A
  7. Krewcial – Ghana Groove (Original Mix) 05:48 120bpm Em
  8. Hurlee – Glory (Original Mix) 05:30 128bpm Em
  9. Kx9000 – Sauce Pepe (Original Mix) 05:30 117bpm Db
  10. Andy Caruso – Did You See My Baby? (Original Mix) 05:12 120bpm Abm
  11. Sourires – Les Jeux Sont Faits (Original Mix) 06:40 125bpm Ab
  12. Jerk Boy – E.R.M.B (Dub Mix) 06:50 122bpm Am
  13. Trujillo – Looking up through you (Original Mix) 04:52 112bpm Gm
  14. Andromeda Orchestra – Twilight Lady (Original Mix) 05:48 102bpm Gm
  15. Takeshi’s Cashew – Full, Half, New (Original Mix) 05:09 71bpm Dbm
  16. The Phenomenal Handclap Band – It Was The Summer (Each Other Remix) 07:42 124bpm Dm
  17. Rayko – Love U (Original Mix) 09:02 100bpm Bm
  18. Leo Janeiro – Uncle Silva (Original Mix) 05:54 125bpm Em
  19. DJ Tron – The Funky Break (Original Mix) 03:36 102bpm Bm
  20. Kousto – Friendship for Lovers (Original Mix) 05:58 120bpm Em
  21. Sharon Redd – Undercover Girl (Instrumental) 05:06 128bpm Dbm
  22. DJ EQ – Quicksilver (Extended Club Mix) 06:32 129bpm Em
  23. C. Da Afro – Into The Disco Scene (Original Mix) 05:40 125bpm Bbm
  24. Ethyène – Heaven Sand (Original Mix) 05:45 120bpm Am
  25. Joi N’Juno – Mamayeho (Extended Mix) 05:31 123bpm Gm
  26. Mijangos – Into the Philly Sound (Luis Radio Remix) 08:16 121bpm Dbm
  27. Vertigini – Funk Lady (Original Mix) 06:22 118bpm G
  28. Alexny – We Got a Message (Original Mix) 05:44 123bpm Gm
  29. Alexny – Malovaný (Original Mix) 05:16 123bpm F
  30. Andromeda Orchestra – Mozambique (Original Mix) 06:43 122bpm Gm
  31. Castle Queenside – Sandra (Original Mix) 04:29 121bpm Em
  32. Stephen Richards – Yellow Brass (Original Mix) 07:30 116bpm Gbm
  33. Scruscru – Rhodes, Loops & Sax (Original Mix) 06:12 120bpm Cm
  34. Bibio, Olivier St.Louis – S.O.L. feat. Olivier St.Louis (Original Mix) 05:49 118bpm D
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2023.06.07 20:10 Terrible_Stuff_9334 Best Nursing Research Topics and Ideas

Best Nursing Research Topics and Ideas

Best Nursing Research Topics and Ideas

Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing

This topic explores the integration of current research evidence into clinical decision-making. It covers the importance of staying updated with the latest research, identifying credible sources, implementing evidence-based interventions, and evaluating outcomes to improve nursing care.
Evidence-based practice (EBP) is an essential nursing approach that combines the best available research evidence, clinical expertise, and patient preferences to guide clinical decision-making and enhance patient outcomes. It focuses on the utilization of current research findings to inform nursing interventions, policies, and procedures.

Key elements of evidence-based nursing practice include:

The implementation of evidence-based nursing practice typically entails the following steps:

  1. Asking Clinical Questions: Formulating well-defined and answerable clinical questions is a crucial starting point. Questions are often framed using the PICO (Patient/Problem, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome) framework to guide the search for relevant evidence.
  2. Literature Search: Conducting a comprehensive search for the best available evidence related to the clinical question. This involves using databases, scholarly journals, and trusted sources to locate research studies, systematic reviews, and clinical practice guidelines.
  3. Appraisal of Evidence: Evaluating the quality, validity, and relevance of the identified research articles. This step involves critically analyzing study designs, sample sizes, data collection methods, statistical analyses, and potential biases.
  4. Integration of Evidence: Combining the findings from multiple studies and assessing their applicability to the specific patient population or clinical setting. This involves synthesizing the evidence to determine the most appropriate and effective nursing interventions.
  5. Application of Evidence: Implementing the evidence-based interventions or recommendations into nursing practice. This includes adapting the evidence to the specific patient's context, considering any potential barriers or facilitators, and collaborating with interdisciplinary healthcare teams.
  6. Evaluation and Continuous Improvement: Assessing the outcomes of the implemented interventions and evaluating their effectiveness. This step involves monitoring patient outcomes, identifying areas for improvement, and adjusting the nursing practice based on the feedback received.
Remember that this is only a concise overview of evidence-based nursing practice. Feel free to inquire for more precise information or if you have any other inquiries!

Evidence Based Practice Nursing Research Topics

Impact of Technology in Nursing Practice

This topic explores how technology advancements have affected nursing care, patient outcomes, and ethical considerations. It could cover areas such as electronic health records, telehealth, wearable devices, and the integration of technology into nursing workflows.
In recent years, technological advancements have had a profound impact on nursing practice, transforming how nurses provide care, communicate, and manage patient data.

Here are a few significant ways in which technology has affected nursing practice:

EHRs have supplanted paper-based documentation systems and are now an integral element of nursing practice. Electronic health records (EHRs) allow nurses to access patient information, monitor medical histories, document care provided, and share information with other healthcare professionals. This improves care coordination, increases accuracy, and facilitates the exchange of patient information between various healthcare settings.
It is essential to recognize that the incorporation of technology into nursing practice raises ethical concerns, such as patient confidentiality, data security, and assuring equitable access to technology.The impact of technology on nursing practice has resulted in numerous positive outcomes, including increased efficiency, enhanced communication, improved access to information, and increased patient engagement. To provide high-quality, patient-centered care, nurses must continue to adjust to technological advances, embrace continuous learning, and effectively leverage technology.Please contact me if you require additional information or have any other queries!

Ethics and professionalism in nursing practice

Ethics and professionalism are fundamental aspects of nursing practice that govern nurses' interactions with patients, coworkers, and the healthcare system as a whole. Professionalism comprises the behaviors, attitudes, and responsibilities that reflect the nursing profession's commitment to providing safe, compassionate, and ethical care.

Here are a number of essential elements of nursing ethics and professionalism:

Maintaining trust, maintaining promises, and accepting responsibility for one's actions and professional responsibilities constitutes loyalty.Sincerity, candor, and openness in communication with patients, families, and colleagues constitute veracity.Nurses uphold patient confidentiality by recognizing their right to privacy and protecting their personal health information. When managing patient data, they adhere to legal and ethical standards, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and ensure that information is shared only when necessary.
It is essential for nurses to understand ethical principles, ruminate on ethical dilemmas, and seek guidance when confronted with difficult situations. Codes of ethics, professional organizations, and nursing ethics committees provide nurses with resources and support for upholding ethical standards and maintaining professionalism.Consider this

Nursing Ethics and Professionalism

This topic delves into the ethical issues and dilemmas nurses may encounter, including patient confidentiality, end-of-life care, informed consent, and resource allocation. It focuses on the importance of maintaining professional conduct and upholding ethical principles in nursing practice.
Ethics and professionalism are fundamental aspects of nursing practice that govern nurses' interactions with patients, coworkers, and the healthcare system as a whole. Professionalism comprises the behaviors, attitudes, and responsibilities that reflect the nursing profession's commitment to providing safe, compassionate, and ethical care.Here are a number of essential elements of nursing ethics and professionalism:
Maintaining trust, maintaining promises, and accepting responsibility for one's actions and professional responsibilities constitutes loyalty.Sincerity, candor, and openness in communication with patients, families, and colleagues constitute veracity.Nurses uphold patient confidentiality by recognizing their right to privacy and protecting their personal health information. When managing patient data, they adhere to legal and ethical standards, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and ensure that information is shared only when necessary.Informed Consent: Nurses play a vital role in obtaining patients' informed consent prior to performing any procedures or treatments. This involves explaining the purpose, risks, benefits, and alternatives of the proposed intervention and ensuring that the patient comprehends the provided information. Nurses advocate for patient autonomy and ensure that assent is voluntary and founded on a comprehensive comprehension of the situation.End-of-Life Care: Ethical considerations frequently arise in situations involving end-of-life care. Nurses participate in discussions regarding advance care planning, resuscitation, palliative care, and family support during the dying process. The promotion of comfort, dignity, and reverence for dying patients is guided by ethical principles.Ethical Difficulties: Nurses are frequently confronted with ethical dilemmas requiring critical reasoning and ethical decision-making. Ethical quandaries may entail conflicts between patient autonomy and beneficence, justice and resource allocation, or conflicts of interest. To navigate these complex situations, nurses rely on ethical frameworks and consult with colleagues and ethics committees.Maintaining professional boundaries is essential in nursing practice to ensure appropriate patient relationships. To safeguard patient autonomy, confidentiality, and trust, nurses must establish distinct boundaries. Dual relationships, conflicts of interest, and personal involvement with patients that could compromise professional judgment or objectivity are avoided.Professional Development: To enhance their knowledge, skills, and ethical decision-making abilities, nurses engage in lifelong learning and continuous professional development. They remain current on evolving ethical guidelines, research, and healthcare policies in order to provide care that is both evidence-based and ethically sound.Interprofessional Collaboration: Nurses collaborate with counterparts from other healthcare disciplines to provide patients with ethical, holistic care. Optimal patient outcomes require effective communication, respect for diverse perspectives, and the promotion of collaboration.It is essential for nurses to understand ethical principles, ruminate on ethical dilemmas, and seek guidance when confronted with difficult situations. Codes of ethics, professional organizations, and nursing ethics committees provide nurses with resources and support for upholding ethical standards and maintaining professionalism.Consider this

Nursing Leadership and Management

Analyze the role of nursing leaders in healthcare organizations, including strategies for effective communication, conflict resolution, delegation, and promoting a positive work environment.

Leadership and management in nursing play essential roles in shaping healthcare organizations, fostering effective collaboration, and promoting positive patient outcomes. Nursing directors provide nursing staff with guidance, support, and mentorship, whereas nurse managers supervise daily operations and ensure the deliverance of high-quality patient care. Here are important aspects of nursing management and leadership:
Leadership and management in nursing are indispensable for optimizing patient outcomes, assuring effective collaboration, and establishing positive work environments. Effective nursing leaders and managers foster a culture of excellence, collaboration, and constant improvement.Remember that this is merely an introduction to nursing leadership and management. Feel free to inquire for more precise information or if you have any other inquiries!

Mental Health Nursing

Explore the challenges and strategies for providing holistic care to patients with mental health disorders, including therapeutic communication techniques, medication management, and promoting recovery.Mental health nursing is a subspecialty of nursing that concentrates on the care and support of people with mental health disorders or difficulties. Here is a more thorough explanation of number 5, particularly as it pertains to mental health nursing:Mental health nurses perform a vital role in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing management of people with mental health disorders. They operate in settings such as psychiatric hospitals, outpatient clinics, community mental health centers, and residential facilities. To provide holistic care for patients, mental health nurses collaborate with other healthcare professionals, such as psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and occupational therapists.Assessment and Diagnosis: Mental health nurses conduct comprehensive assessments to collect data on the mental health history, current symptoms, and psychosocial factors of their patients. They use standardized assessment instruments and interview techniques to identify mental health disorders, identify risk factors, and establish a baseline for treatment planning. Alongside psychiatrists and other mental health specialists, mental health nurses may also participate in the diagnostic procedure.The development of therapeutic relationships is a fundamental component of mental health nursing. The establishment of trust, empathy, and rapport between nurses and patients creates a secure and non-judgmental environment in which patients can express their thoughts, emotions, and concerns. Effective communication, collaboration, and the delivery of patient-centered care are facilitated by solid therapeutic relationships.Mental health nurses frequently play a role in the medication management of individuals with mental health disorders. They inform patients about their prescribed medications, including possible adverse effects, dosage instructions, and the significance of medication adherence. Mental health nurses monitor the efficacy of medications, assess for adverse reactions, and collaborate with psychiatrists to make necessary adjustments to medication regimens.Psychoeducation and Health Promotion: Mental health nurses provide psychoeducation about mental health disorders, treatment options, coping strategies, and self-care practices to individuals, families, and communities. They empower patients to actively participate in their own recovery, educate them on relapse warning signs, and offer ongoing support. Additionally, mental health nurses promote mental health and well-being via health promotion initiatives, such as stress management, lifestyle modifications, and community education programs.Mental health nurses are trained in crisis intervention techniques and play a crucial role in the management of psychiatric emergencies. They assess individuals in crisis, provide immediate assistance, and facilitate interventions that ensure safety and stability. Additionally, mental health nurses aid in the development of safety plans, which define strategies and resources for preventing injury and managing crises.Collaborative Care and Interdisciplinary Approach: In order to provide patients with comprehensive care, mental health nursing frequently requires collaboration with a multidisciplinary team. Mental health nurses collaborate with psychiatrists, psychologists, and other healthcare professionals to develop and implement treatment programs, coordinate services, and offer ongoing support. Collaborative care ensures a comprehensive approach that addresses the physical, emotional, social, and psychological requirements of those with mental health disorders.Mental health nurses advocate for the rights and requirements of individuals with mental health disorders. They promote destigmatization, combat discriminatory practices, and work to expand access to mental healthcare services. In addition to providing emotional support and assisting patients in traversing healthcare systems, mental health nurses connect patients to community resources and support networks.To provide care for individuals with mental health disorders, mental health nursing requires specialized knowledge, skills, and a compassionate attitude. Mental health nurses contribute to the recovery and well-being of their patients by addressing their unique requirements and providing support throughout their mental health journey.

Nursing research and evidence-based practice

Nursing research and evidence-based practice are essential components of patient-centered, high-quality care. They involve the systematic collection, analysis, and application of evidence to enhance patient outcomes and inform nursing practice.

Geriatric Nursing

Investigate the specialized care needs of elderly patients, including age-related conditions, medication management, promoting independence, and addressing social and emotional well-being.

Elderly Care Nursing Paper Topics

Pediatric Nursing

Discuss the unique aspects of nursing care for infants, children, and adolescents, including growth and development milestones, immunization schedules, family-centered care, and managing common pediatric conditions.

Pediatric Nursing Research Topics

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2023.06.07 20:08 Imaginary_Estate_157 Anyone remember or have heard about this Dead story?

Does anyone recall the evening in the early to mid 70’s that the Hells Angels took over Bojangles bar Bay Ridge NY and Jerry Garcia, Bob Wier and Phil Lesh strummed their guitars and singing in the backroom sitting on chairs with angels standing around. It was a birthday party for Jerry. All the alcohol was on the bar with tubs of beer set about. I was not an invite but walked in thru the bar grabbing a beer as I moved to the back room to listen, after a half hour of me enjoying this moment, an Angel tapped me on the shoulder politely asked if I would finish my beer and leave, it took me about 15-20 min. to finish and reluctantly leave. Bojangles also had outstanding burgers on english muffins.
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2023.06.07 20:00 Ok_To124 Ontario School Boards 2023


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1 School Board First NAME Last NAME JOB POSITION CONTACT (MAIL)
2 Algoma District School Board Lucia Reece Director of education [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
3 Avon Maitland District School Board Nancy Rothwell Director of education [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
4 Bluewater District School Board Lori Wilder Director of education [lori_[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
5 District School Board of Niagara Fran Morgan Chair of the board [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
6 District School Board Ontario North East Lesleigh Dye Director of Education [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
7 Durham District School Board Norah Marsh Director of Education [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
8 Grand Erie District School Board JoAnna Roberto Director of Education [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
9 Greater Essex County District School Board Erin Kelly Director of Education [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
10 Halton District School Board Curtis Ennis Director of Education [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
11 Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board Sheryl Robinson Petrazzini Director of Education [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
12 Hastings & Prince Edward District School Board Mandy Savery-Whiteway Director of Education [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
13 James Bay Lowlands Secondary School Board Angela Tozer Director of Education [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
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2023.06.07 20:00 mrCrumbSnatcher Peloton Bike, Bluetooth and Sonos Surround

I currently have a LG sound bar (bluetooth capable) for my basement TV (with an Apple TV). The peloton speakers are no good so I bluetooth pair with the LG sound bar to get a much better sound. I'm thinking about swapping out the LG with the Sonos Arc, Sub, and Era 100s for rears. The Arc does not have bluetooth, but I believe the 100s do, is that correct? Would this allow the bike to pair with the system? If not, can the Apple TV help in some way? Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.07 20:00 fatbootycelinedion Walked out of a job after working 3 days on new terms

I’m a 32 yo woman who went to community college for an Associate of Applied Business in Interior Design. It taught us hand drafting, CAD, Revit, Adobe, and a lot more. Part of the program requires an internship or job. I saw a job that sounded vague and I felt under qualified for. It was in commercial foodservice space planning. After some convincing I spoke with the employer and was always strung along somehow. Mind you, I work in the service industry so I felt that it was a good opportunity to learn design I had already worked in. The “job” was presented to me as a favor because I had no experience. $15 an hour part time.
The role had a lot of red flags overall. The only employee seemed disgruntled and had his notice in. No one else worked there besides the owner. Big issue was he was a consultant and not an architect or designer. The drawings I did almost seemed more for an architect or engineer’s level. Or someone with a bachelor’s degree.
The other big issues were that he was racist, misogynist, and vulgar. I’m not a princess, I’ve worked in bars. But as someone intelligent enough to speak more than English, I hated to listen to him tell CSRs to speak English in some dominating display of power.
I needed to graduate. He made signing papers for school a pain in my ass. It was an accessible place I was at, and then the proposals flooded in. In case anyone’s cares, the US hospitals tallied up their budgets last year and made so much money and still have COVID money. I started a project with this guy to design a state run psych hospital kitchen.
I keep doing drawings, emails, spreadsheets and he promises a salary when I graduate. Perfect. The offer began as $50,000 annually and then turned into a $50,000 a year benefits package. Going back to my age, he began to interrogate my health and tell me my health insurance he would pay for was too expensive. A 74 year old who had a stroke.
Nothing was ever signed to work there besides an nda. I filled out health insurance forms and he was pissed I was an older woman and not a young college grad and waited until the intended start of salary on June 1st to lowball me.
I worked about 4 days a week in May after school was done but this project had nuances with BIM360 I literally don’t know. He paid the former employee to help me Saturdays 730-11 am.
On Thursday he said because he paid that employee to help me, I had to work through June at 40 hours a week for $15 an hour and not $20. He presented a favor by paying me every two weeks because he paid monthly. But let me know it cost him more money. By the way, he just jotted down the money. The take home before tax he told me was “$40,044”which is really $19.25 ☹️
I’m in debt more than when I started last fall. I kept working Thursday, Friday and Saturday and he “threatened” me Friday that I had better not be tired from bartending and unfocused when the former employee came in. Because that cost him money.
Over the weekend I tried to maintain normalcy but sunk into a depression or breakdown. May have been an epiphany. Regardless I seethed Sunday night into Monday morning. I came in at 630 am and he immediately said my eyes were red so I must be tired. He asked what I did the night before. I won’t say all details, but I screamed, I tried to get a contract before continuing work, and I tried to negotiate better pay before leaving. In the end he told me I was a waste of time because he helped me get experience and he’s just gonna outsource stuff now. Whatever.
I’m looking for advice on how to negotiate better from the beginning, whatever helps. And how to better spot bad employers from the beginning. I have noticed it seems the CAD jobs want the cheapest labor and I won’t look for another role like that again.
Tl;dr I worked 8 months with a promise of salary then was told the day it was to start I had to work salary hours for part time pay and walked off the job days later.
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2023.06.07 19:58 tiagao141 My 7 year old cat died yesterday and I'm really struggling

I found him yesterday on the windowsill when I got home from work. He was still so warm, it couldn’t have happened more than a half hour or so before I got home. I even rushed him to the vet just in case there was a chance, even though I knew there wasn’t. He was so young I never would have expected it.
I got him in 2016 when I was really starting my adult life after college and moved out to be on my own for the first time. I was going into social work helping kids with substance abuse issues. It was the most stressful, emotionally taxing, and exhausting 6 years of my life. I wasn’t prepared for that line of work, and it took a really big toll on my mental health. The one source of unconditional affection that got me through most of that was my cat. He always came to greet me at the door, and yesterday was the first time he didn’t.
I still live alone people-wise. I have a dog now, too, but it’s just been us and I’m a little bit of a loner because my friends live hours away. My world is flipped. He had such a distinct personality. Like he was the weirdest little thing, but I don’t even know how to put it into words. I guess I just enjoyed his quirks instead of really thinking about them, but I was so proud that the strangest little thing in the world was mine.
With him gone, my house is really quiet, he was mostly a chirper and not a meower, and I couldn’t sit at my computer for 15 minutes without him pawing at me. Now there’s nothing there. I feel like I’m going crazy. I still expect him to be there and when it hits me that he’s not I can’t control myself and just break down. It’s like I’m going through cycles of somewhat accepting that this actually happened, then seeing one of his spots or noticing his absence and just realizing all over again that he’s gone, and I can’t take it. I feel guilty, I feel like I had to have left something out and he got into it. I feel like I cheated him and myself out of years more time we should have been able to spend together.
I just miss him. It hasn’t even been a full day yet and I can’t get ahold of myself. I’ve never really had to deal with loss before. My dog’s a good comfort, but it scares him when I cry too hard, and I don’t want to freak him out. They played together sometimes but weren’t super close. I don’t even think the dog has noticed he’s gone, but if it keeps him from hurting then that’s probably for the best. And now, behind all the grief, I’m also thinking about when I inevitably come home one day and he’s gone, too, and I’m terrified.
I don’t know what to do with myself. I’m not prepared for this, and I don’t know how long it’ll last. I hate even thinking about anything else, but I have a full-time job, I’m back in school, I have exams coming up that I’m supposed to be cramming for, and I can’t even go 20 minutes without breaking down. I’m going to reach out to a therapist, but it’s early and nobody’s open yet, so I’m typing this up so I don’t just sit and think.
In case it sounds weird that I haven’t used either of their names, it’s because they’re unique and I don’t want to be identified. I’d love to explain the cool meaning behind his name, or even just to tell people his name so they know who he was, but it’s too risky on a public forum.
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