oligarchs who stole russia's wealth with putin. as far as i know, they are all men.
chernobyl's new spin off documentary that will be coming to hbo and hbo max later june 2022.
never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.
rabbi abraham twerski talks about the difference between selfish love and true love, which must be a love of giving and not of receiving.
"'young man. why are you eating that fish?' the young mans says, 'because i love fish.' he says, 'oh. you love the fish. that's why you took it out of the water and killed it and boiled it.' he says, 'don't tell me you love the fish. you love yourself, and because the fish tastes good to you; therefore, you took it out of the water and killed it and boiled it.'
"so much of what is love is fish love. young couple falls in love. young man and young woman fall in love. what does that mean? that means that he saw in this woman someone who he felt could provide him with all of his physical and emotional needs, and she felt in this man somebody she feels that she can write, that was love, but each one is looking out for their own needs. it's not love for the other. the other person becomes a vehicle for my gratification.
"too much of what is called love is fish love. an external love is not on what i'm going to get but i'm going to give. we had an ethicist rabbi dessler, who said, 'people make a serious mistake in thinking that you give to those whom you love, and the real answer is you love those to whom you give.'
his point is if i give something to you, i've invested myself in you. since self-love is a given, everybody loves themselves, now that part of me has become in you, there's part of me in you that i love. true love is a love of giving, not a love of receiving.'
group a: qatar (hosts), netherlands, senegal, ecuador
group b: england, united states, iran, wales/scotland/ukraine
group c: argentina, mexico, poland, saudi arabia
group d: france, denmark, tunisia, peru/australia/uae
group e: spain, germany, japan, costa rica/new zealand
group f: belgium, croatia, morocco, canada
group g: brazil, switzerland, serbia, cameroon
after awhile you could get used to anything.
a russian dictator. his invasion unified and empowered nato. he used to be a kgb agent, and all the russian oligarchs/billionaires are friends of his.
a 14 year old australian boy who wanted to explore the world, so he snuck to a plane wheel well, it opened in mid-air and the boy fell out. the photographer was just testing his new lenses and was shocked after developing those images. image
until 1966, the referees used to warn the players and the managers verbally without any significant repercussions on the foul they have made.
however, if a foul is too clumsy and a player had to be sent off, the referee must tell the player to leave the field.
this norm had many flaws in it, and it was made pretty evident in a particular game.
the quarter-final between england and argentina was full of drama, fouls, and controversy, all at the same time. one specific incident took place, and the argentinian captain committed an offensive foul on an english player.
this left referee ken aston no option but to send the argentinian captain off.
but since the player was full of anger and agitation, he continued playing the game and said he didn't hear the referee's warning of sending him off earlier.
after such a high-profile game ended in such a controversy, a new solution was needed to make sure the players listen to the referee's warnings and signals.
finding the answer was also given to ken aston, and he got inspiration from traffic lights.
therefore, he suggested that fifa introduce cards into the game.
a yellow card would mean it is just a warning for the foul committed and shouldn't be repeated, whereas the red card told that you have to leave the field as the challenge committed is a major one and could have injured the opposition player.
this move turned out to be a phenomenal one not only on a short-term basis but also in the more extended scheme of things.
the 1970 fifa world cup was the first time this rule was implemented in a major tournament involving countries worldwide.
a person who has taken over the problem. good luck with that.
lockdown mode offers an extreme, optional level of security for the very few users who, because of who they are or what they do, may be personally targeted by some of the most sophisticated digital threats, such as those from nso group and other private companies developing state-sponsored mercenary spyware. turning on lockdown mode in ios 16, ipados 16, and macos ventura further hardens device defenses and strictly limits certain functionalities, sharply reducing the attack surface that potentially could be exploited by highly targeted mercenary spyware.
at launch, lockdown mode includes the following protections:
-messages: most message attachment types other than images are blocked. some features, like link previews, are disabled.
-apple services: incoming invitations and service requests, including facetime calls, are blocked if the user has not previously sent the initiator a call or request.
-wired connections with a computer or accessory are blocked when iphone is locked.
-configuration profiles cannot be installed, and the device cannot enroll into mobile device management (mdm), while lockdown mode is turned on.
catharsis (meaning "purification" or "cleansing" or "clarification") is the purification and purgation of emotions through dramatic art, or it may be any extreme emotional state that results in renewal and restoration. in its literal medical sense, it refers to the evacuation of the catamenia—the menstrual fluid or other reproductive material from the patient. but as a metaphor it was originally used by aristotle in the poetics, comparing the effects of tragedy on the mind of a spectator to the effect of catharsis on the body.
in psychology, the term is associated with freudian psychoanalysis and specifically relates to the expression of buried trauma, bringing it into consciousness and thereby releasing it permanently. however, there is considerable debate as to its therapeutic usefulness. social catharsis may be regarded as the collective expression of extreme emotion, when groups gather together, such as in large crowds at sporting events.
catharsis in platonism
in platonism, catharsis is part of the soul's progressive ascent to knowledge. it is a means to go beyond the senses and embrace the pure world of the intelligible. specifically for the neoplatonists plotinus and porphyry, catharsis is the elimination of passions. this leads to a clear distinction in the virtues. in the second tractate of the first ennead, plotinus lays out the difference between the civic virtues and the cathartic virtues and explains that the civic, or political, virtues are inferior. they are a principle of order and beauty and concern material existence. although they maintain a trace of the absolute good, they do not lead to the unification of the soul with the divinity. as porphyry makes clear, their function is to moderate individual passions and allow for peaceful coexistence with others. the purificatory, or cathartic, virtues are a condition for assimilation to the divinity. they separate the soul from the sensible, from everything that is not its true self, enabling it to contemplate the mind.
said when two people inadvertently say the same thing at once.