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          NOT ONLY DO WE AGREE ON THE RULES WE AGREE ON THE POLICIES:      Comment   Translate Page      
Our Political Fights Are Bad Because We Don't Agree on the Rules (JIM GERAGHTY, April 12, 2019, National Review)

One of the reasons our politics is so contentious and angry is that we can't agree on what the rules are. Some of us want to argue that certain policies are good and certain policies are bad. But a vocal chunk of Americans don't really care about what the policies are; they would much rather argue that their side is right. They don't care if these are the same policies or comparable to those they denounced earlier. The system is clogged with bad-faith arguments, hypocrisy, and flip-flopping.

What do most Americans and most American policymakers think of running trillion-a-year deficits? It depends upon whether their party's president is the one running up the debts. When the other guys are in power, it's reckless endangerment of our children's future. When their own guys are in power, it's a necessary step to ensure economic growth.

When someone prominent is accused of a crime, is the bigger concern the rights of the accused and the burden of proof, or the rights of the victim to have her account heard and for the crime to be punished? For many people, it depends upon the partisan status of the person accused. Some people believed the accusations against Brett Kavanaugh instantly and adamantly insisted his confirmation to the Supreme Court was a great injustice; some of those same people take little interest in the women accusing Virginia lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax -- and some people reversed their responses in the other direction.

The antiwar movement around Iraq and Afghanistan proved to be an anti-Bush movement; once Obama was in office, the protests grew more sparse and less covered. When one side's leaders take military action, it's protecting Americans in a dangerous world; when the other side's leaders take military action, it's irresponsible warmongering.

For many Americans, when the side they like uses heated rhetoric, it's speaking truth to power. When the side they don't like uses heated rhetoric, it's hate speech and dangerous incitement.

We have so few policy differences at the End of History that all we have left to argue about is which sneeches have star bellies. After all, the deficit doesn't matter; Bret Kavanaugh is indistinguishable from Merrick Garland judicially; and we all agree that Saddam needed to be removed.

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          COCTEAU TWINS :. Castillos en el aire      Comment   Translate Page      

Extraído de ROCK DE LUX - Junio 1994

COCTEAU TWINS QUE SE DIGNARON A TOCAR EN ESPAÑA POR PRIMERA VEZ, LLEVAN YA DOCE AÑOS EDIFICANDO CASTILLOS EN EL AIRE (¿O ERAN CATEDRALES?). ABANDONARON 4AD Y SE PASARON A FONTANA, DONDE ESPERAN ENCONTRAR MAYOR RESPALDO A SU INTRANSFERIBLE SONIDO OLD AGE.

Entrevista por MARCO AURELIO BEVIA

Era la primera vez que los Cocteau Twins tocaban en España y el trío aprovechó la vista para promocionarse en nuestro país. Antes de salir a escena, Elizabeth Fraser [cantante] y Simon Raymonde [bajista] concedieron unas cuantas entrevistas a los periodistas que aguardaban su turno en fila india. RDL eran los segundos; delante suyo, RNE atosigaba a la pareja con un cuestionario faraónico, gracias al cual pudimos enterarnos de: [1] no tienen ninguna intención de grabar un Lp de versiones de Nina Simone, [2] no piensan colaborar de nuevo con Harold Budd y [3] no pretenden hacerse con el público de la new age con su último disco, "Four-Calendar Café" (93).

¿Qué os a impulsado a cambiar de compañía discográfica? ¿Estabais hartos de 4AD?

[Elizabeth] ¡El sentimiento era mutuo! [Simon] Hacía tiempo que no nos llevábamos bien con la gente de nuestro antiguo sello discográfico, quizás porque no apreciaban nuestro trabajo, ni se interesaban por nuestras necesidades. Dejamos de comunicarnos con la compañía y ello provocó situaciones tensas y problemáticas, que debimos resolver personalmente, pues no teníamos un mánager que se encargara de ello. ¡Ahora lo tenemos! Nuestra relación con el sello era como la de un matrimonio que no se aviene, así que nos divorciamos y, créeme, fue lo mejor para todos, incluso para ellos...

Si tan mal acabasteis con 4AD, supongo que no tocaréis el tema "Ivo" en directo, aunque os lo pida el público.

[Simon] No estamos enojados ni con Ivo ni con el resto de directivos de 4AD. Nadie tiene la culpa de lo que ocurrió... No la tocamos, simplemente, porque no lo hemos hecho nunca. Quizás algún día lo hagamos, dado que es una buena canción.




¿"Four-Calendar Café" es vuestro disco más pop?

[Simon] Lo era "Heaven Or Las Vegas".

Aquel era mucho más comercial. 

[Elizabeth] Creo que es el más arriesgado desde que debutamos con "Garlands", nuestro primer LP.

La prensa musical inglesa ha dicho que es el primero en que se entienden las letras desde "Head Over Heels".

[Elizabeth] ¿Tú crees que se comprenden?... ¿Me estás tomando el pelo? Dudo que alguien las pueda entender.

¿Por qué cambias la dicción de las palabras en tus canciones e incluso te las inventas?

[Elizabeth] No lo hago conscientemente, más bien al contrario, de un modo natural y espontáneo, aunque parezca que es adrede. Cantar de este modo me satisface tanto que se ha convertido en una obsesión. Disfruto con ello.

En una vieja entrevista publicada en "Rock Espezial" Simon afirmaba que él y Robin componían en el estudio, mientras tú, encerrada en otra habitación, escribías los textos escuchando lo que tocaban a través de las paredes.

[Elizabeth] Si hacen mucho ruido, supongo que puedo oírles, aunque tenga la puerta cerrada, por lo que quizás sea cierto que me influyen de forma inconsciente. [Simon] Nuestro método de trabajo es raro, aunque, después de utilizarlo durante doce años, ya nos hemos acostumbrado a él, de tal modo que no podríamos componer de otra manera. La mayoría de artistas intentan interpretar las melodías que les rondan por la cabeza con una guitarra acústica. Nosotros partimos de cero, creamos el ritmo con una batería y sobre él construimos el resto. Cuando acabamos cinco, diez o quince temas, se los pasamos a Elizabeth para que les ponga las melodías.

Tenéis fama de que no os gusta tocar en directo y de que os horrorizan los largos tours, especialmente tras telonear a O.M.D. por toda Europa.

[Elizabeth] La gira con O.M.D. fue mal porque éramos jóvenes e inexpertos. Nos cuesta tanto embarcarnos en tours largos porque tenemos familia, obligaciones, y no podemos abandonar mucho tiempo el estudio de grabación, que es lo que nos da de comer. [Simon] Antes creíamos que un grupo tan sólo tenía que componer. No nos interesaban los conciertos, las giras y las entrevistas, es más, nos horrorizaba todo ello. Hace dos años éramos tan malos en las entrevistas que llegamos a negarnos a concederlas. Poco a poco descubrimos que ser músico comportaba muchas más obligaciones que grabar un disco y que cuanto más hablábamos con la prensa, mejor respondíamos a sus preguntas. Es mucho más cómodo trabajar en el estudio, donde puedes controlar todo lo que pasa, que ir de gira sin saber nunca qué va a ocurrir. En un tour puedes aprender a superar los imprevistos, volverte más profesional, estar en contacto con el mundo real, averiguar qué opinan, realmente, los fans de tus discos, aunque la mayoría de ellos te digan que todo lo que haces es maravilloso. La opinión objetiva sobre nuestra trayectoria artística siempre estará a medio camino entre lo que te dice la gente que te adora y lo que publican sobre ti las revistas musicales.

Seefeel os han teloneado en vuestra gira y Simon ha producido a Fuel. ¿Estáis interesados en el techno?

[Simon] No especialmente. Me encantó tocar con Seefeel, es una banda estupenda, pero dentro de su estilo hay otra gente que me gusta más... como Richard James.

¿Qué os parece que bandas como One Dove o Saint Etienne os mencionen como una de sus influencias musicales?

[Simon] One Dove no tienen mucho que ver con nosotros, hace música de baile, con una producción brillante. Creo que esas declaraciones son cosa de la prensa, que siempre se esfuerza en comparar a los conjuntos entre sí. Ayer, en una entrevista, me preguntaron si nos habían influenciado mucho New Order y los Smiths. Me pareció una pregunta estúpida.



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          The Wizard of Oz, 14 Apr 2019      Comment   Translate Page      

14 Apr 2019 - Film at mac

(suitable for under 18s)

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When a tornado rips through Kansas, Dorothy (Judy Garland) and her dog Toto are whisked away in their house to the magical land of Oz. They follow the Yellow Brick Road towards the Emerald City to meet the Wizard, and en route they meet a Scarecrow (Ray Bolger) that needs a brain, a Tin Man (Jack Haley) missing a heart, and a Cowardly Lion (Bert Lahr) who wants courage.

From Dorothy’s (Judy Garland) wistful ballad Over the Rainbow – where she dreams of life away from her dreary home – to the adventures along Oz’s Yellow Brick Road, every aspect of this classic film holds a special place in the public consciousness, and now audiences can experience it afresh thanks to this stunning 4K digital remaster.


          Felt acorn garland, Natural White, on red striped baker's twine, 6ft, white acorn garland, fall wedding garland, autumn wedding decor by HouseOfMoss      Comment   Translate Page      

35.00 USD

A cheerful garland of felted wool acorns! These would be perfect for parties, holidays, children's rooms, or just natural decor.

The acorns are needle-felted of pure wool and set in a natural acorn cap. Each cap is drilled and threaded at 6-inch intervals onto a length of sturdy baker's twine. These acorns vary in size, as real ones do.

The length of this garland is 6 feet, and the color of the twine is red-and-white striped. If you'd like a different length or color of baker's twine, let me know and I would be happy to bring your ideas to life!

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          colorful garland - 9 hot air balloons - baby garland - Garland - Wall decoration - bunting -banner by LovelySymphony      Comment   Translate Page      

90.00 USD

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All our garland are made by hand in a smoke and pet free home. This hot air balloons baby garland contains 9 colorful handmade acrylic felt and eco friendly felt hot air balloons plus 11 clouds. We cut and hand-sewn each item then fills it with pure polyester fiber.

The garland measures approx. 114 " long ( 64" for all the 9 hot air balloons and 25" on each side of the string) . Each hot air balloon is 2.5" wide by 3.5" tall. I combine all of the hot air balloon with natural white cotton string.
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          Re: HEDGEFUNDIE's excellent adventure [risk parity strategy using 3x leveraged ETFs]      Comment   Translate Page      
mffl wrote:
Sat Apr 13, 2019 8:14 pm

privatefarmer wrote:
Sat Apr 13, 2019 6:55 pm

MotoTrojan wrote:
Sat Apr 13, 2019 5:28 pm

privatefarmer wrote:
Sat Apr 13, 2019 1:51 pm

mffl wrote:
Sat Apr 13, 2019 11:00 am





Right, and I think that to the extent that this is a simple, buy and hold strategy that deviates from standard Boglehead philosophy in only one dimension (leverage), that means it's at least Boglehead-adjacent *IF* one keeps it to that 5% play money portion of your portfolio. I think the 5% play money thing is reasonably accepted around here assuming it helps you get it out of your system keep your activist instincts away from the main 95% of your portfolio. As someone who's in on this myself for about 1% of investable assets and may go up to 5%, I think the danger here is getting too excited and instead of helping contain non-Boglehead behavior to your play money, it bleeds over into a larger portion of your portfolio. So, to the extent that you can keep yourself under control, this is relatively harmless with some great upside. If you can't control yourself, this is suddenly very un-Bogleheadish and dangerous. The backtests and theory make it an excellent play money strategy. But as garlandwhizzer suggested, there have been countless can't lose strategies over the years, and the probability that something goes dramatically off the rails here is low enough to play around with, but high enough such that it's wise to keep exposure low, as most posters here are doing. The few that have gone hog wild with this should be very careful.


Agree to disagree I suppose. I look at this from a very top-down approach. For those who are young, have solid incomes, positive monthly cash flow, strong career prospects, and even own a home I believe even having all available liquid investments in this strategy can be reasonable. What we have to remember is that it is a RISK PARITY strategy. We like to focus on the leverage part but we have to remember the underlying assets and strategy of diversify risk. Also, going heavy into this strategy may seem extreme to the average boglehead but maybe not to most of the investing world. MANY “investors” throw everything they have at HIGHLY leveraged rental properties. Or even worse, take out a massive personal loan to invest in a restaurant or some other business idea. Everything is relative I suppose. I look at my TOTAL net worth and see 1) two very solid W2 income streams in a field of healthcare in high demand 2) our house, which makes up 50% of our total assets and then 3) this strategy which makes up the other half. I also have dedicated emerging markets, unleveraged, as my 401k allocation to add more diversification.


We can also agree to disagree. Your plan worries me especially because it has changed at least once based on a single comment. Will you stick with this after an 80% drawdown?



an 80% drawdown in just the TMF/UPRO allocation? That did happen during the 70s according to the simulations, but I think that kind of stagflation is unlikely. If it happened, however, then hopefully my house (50% of assets) and my W2 income would appreciate in value. So hopefully my total net worth would not decline by 80%. But anything is possible I suppose.


Why would your W2 income and home appreciate in a situation where bonds and stocks have both dropped dramatically? An 80% drawdown in TMF/UPRO is a messed up economic situation.



You've obviously got time on your side, no doubt. That is a major factor in allowing you to take on more risk. But your unrealized human capital is as volatile and risky or more so than the stock market, until the respective paychecks clear. You've already got plenty of risk exposure.



Keep in mind, some of this feedback is coming from people who are otherwise high on this strategy, and who are similarly young with lots of human capital left. This isn't us trying to be right, it's just trying to temper your enthusiasm a bit.


yeah. I would HOPE that my house would provide some sort of diversification benefit in an inflationary environment but ultimately what is important is that I am able to keep positive cashflow and not have to liquidate during troubled times. Being 100% unleveraged equities is not much safer, IMO, than this strategy. I could be wrong. But I don't have millions of $$$s to lose, my "wealth" is mostly in my future earnings capability. A 50% drawdown vs an 80% honestly would not make THAT big of a difference in terms of actual dollars lost relative to our salary and value of our home. And when I consider that I'll hopefully only be in this "aggressive" accumulation phase for 5-10 years, at which point I hope to hit FI, the odds of going through another stagflation in that time period seem pretty low.
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          A Child Is Waiting      Comment   Translate Page      

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'''''A Child Is Waiting''''' is a 1963 American [[drama (film and television)|drama film]] written by [[Abby Mann]] based on his 1957 ''[[Westinghouse Studio One]]'' [[teleplay]] of the same name. The film was produced by [[Stanley Kramer]] and directed by [[John Cassavetes]]. [[Burt Lancaster]] portrays the director of a state institution for [[Mental retardation|mentally handicapped]] and emotionally disturbed children, and [[Judy Garland]] is a new teacher who challenges his methods.

==Plot==
Jean Hansen, a [[Juilliard]] graduate, joins the staff of the Crawthorne State Mental Hospital and immediately clashes with the director, Dr. Matthew Clark, about his strict training methods. She becomes emotionally involved with 12-year-old Reuben Widdicombe (Bruce Ritchey), and is certain his attitude will improve if he is reunited with the divorced parents who abandoned him. She sends for Mrs. Widdicombe, who agrees with the doctor's opinion that it would be best if Reuben doesn't see her, but as she leaves the grounds, her son sees her and chases her car. Distraught, he runs away from the school.

Dr. Clark finds him and brings him back the following morning, and Jean offers to resign. Clark asks her to stay and continue her rehearsals for the Thanksgiving pageant. On the day of the show, Reuben's father Ted arrives, having decided to enroll him in a private school. When he hears Reuben recite a poem and positively react to the audience's applause, he decides to leave him in the care of Jean, who is asked to welcome a new boy to the institution by Dr. Clark.

==Production==
Producer [[Stanley Kramer]] modeled the film's school on the [[Vineland Training School]] in [[New Jersey]]. He wanted to bring the plight of mentally and emotionally disturbed children to the movie-going public and try "to throw a spotlight on a dark-ages type of social thinking which has tried to relegate the subject of retardation to a place under the rocks." He wanted to cast Burt Lancaster because the actor had a troubled child of his own. [[Ingrid Bergman]], [[Katharine Hepburn]], and [[Elizabeth Taylor]] were considered for the role of Jean Hansen, which went to Judy Garland, who previously had worked with Lancaster and Kramer on the 1961 film ''[[Judgment at Nuremberg]]''. She was experiencing personal problems at the time and the director felt a supportive work environment would help her get through them.

When original director [[Jack Clayton]] was forced to withdraw due to a scheduling problem, he was replaced by John Cassavetes, who was still under contract to [[Paramount Pictures]], on the recommendation of screenwriter Abby Mann. Cassavetes was fond of [[improvisation]] and his approach to filmmaking clashed with those of Kramer and the leading players.

Most of the students in the film were portrayed by actual mentally-challenged children from Pacific State Hospital in [[Pomona, California]]. After the film's release, Kramer recalled, "They surprised us every day in reaction and what they did." Lancaster said, "We have to ad-lib around the periphery of a scene and I have to attune and adjust myself to the unexpected things they do. But they are much better than child actors for the parts. They have certain gestures that are characteristic, very difficult for even an experienced actor."

Problems arose between Kramer and Cassavetes during post-production. Editor [[Gene Fowler, Jr.]] recalled, "It was a fight of technique. Stanley is a more traditional picture-maker, and Cassavetes was, I guess, called [[Nouvelle Vague]]. He was trying some things, which frankly I disagreed with, and I thought he was hurting the picture by blunting the so-called message with technique." Cassavetes felt his personal feelings about the subject matter added to the disagreements between himself and Kramer, who eventually fired the director. In a later interview, Cassavetes said, "The difference in the two versions is that Stanley's picture said that retarded children belong in institutions and the picture I shot said retarded children are better in their own way than supposedly healthy adults. The philosophy of his film was that retarded children are separate and alone and therefore should be in institutions with others of their kind. My film said that retarded children could be anywhere, any time, and that the problem is that we're a bunch of dopes, that it's our problem more than the kids'. The point of the original picture that we made was that there was no fault, that there was nothing wrong with these children except that their mentality was lower."

Cassavetes disowned the film, although following its release he said, "I didn't think his film – and that's what I consider it to be, his film – was so bad, just a lot more sentimental than mine." Kramer observed, "My dream was to jump the barrier of ordinary objection to the subject matter into an area in which the treatment of it and the performance of it would be so exquisite that it would transcend all that. Somewhere we failed."
==Cast==
*[[Burt Lancaster]] as Dr. Matthew Clark
*[[Judy Garland]] as Jean Hansen
*[[Gena Rowlands]] as Sophie Widdicombe Benham
*[[Steven Hill]] as Ted Widdicombe
*[[Lawrence Tierney]] as Douglas Benham
*Bruce Ritchey as Reuben Widdicombe
*[[John Marley]] as Holland
*[[Paul Stewart (actor)|Paul Stewart]] as Goodman
*[[Elizabeth Wilson]] as Miss Fogarty
*[[Barbara Pepper]] as Miss Brown
*Keith and Kerry Simon as infant Ruben
*[[Billy Mumy]] as boy counting Jean's pearls
*[[Juanita Moore]] as Julius' Mother
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==See also==
*[[List of American films of 1963]]

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          When B.R. Ambedkar's Life Was Put In Jeopardy Due To Untouchability      Comment   Translate Page      
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar in a file photo.

Foreigners of course know of the existence of untouchability. But not being next door to it, so to say, they are unable to realize how oppressive it is in its actuality. It is difficult for them to understand how it is possible for a few untouchables to live on the edge of a village consisting of a large number of Hindus; go through the village daily to free it from the most disagreeable of its filth and to carry the errands of all and sundry; collect food at the doors of the Hindus; buy spices and oil at the shops of the Hindu Bania from a distance; regard the village in every way as their home, and yet never touch nor be touched by any one belonging to the village. The problem is how best to give an idea of the way the untouchables are treated by the caste Hindus. A general description or a record of cases of the treatment accorded to them are the two methods by which this purpose could be achieved. I have felt that the latter would be more effective than the former. In choosing these illustrations, I have drawn partly upon my experience and partly upon the experience of others. I begin with events that have happened to me in my own life...

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The year was 1929. The Bombay Government had appointed a Committee to investigate the grievances of the untouchables. I was appointed a member of the Committee. The Committee had to tour all over the province to investigate into the allegations of injustice, oppression and tyranny. The Committee split up. I and another member were assigned the two districts of Khandesh. My colleague and myself after finishing our work parted company. He went to see some Hindu saint. I left by train to go to Bombay. At Chalisgaon I got down to go to a village on the Dhulia line, to investigate a case of social boycott which had been declared by the caste Hindus against the untouchables of that village. The untouchables of Chalisgaon came to the station and requested me to stay for the night with them. My original plan was to go straight to Bombay after investigating the case of social boycott. But as they were keen I agreed to stay overnight. I boarded the train for Dhulia to go to the village, went there and informed myself of the situation prevailing in the village and returned by the next train to Chalisgaon.

To save my dignity, the Mahars of Chalisgaon had put my very life in jeopardy. It was then I learnt that a Hindu tongawala, no better than a menial, has a dignity by which he can look upon himself as a person who is superior to any untouchable, even though he may be a Barristar-at-law.

I found the untouchables of Chalisgaon waiting for me at the station. I was garlanded. The Maharwada, the quarters of the untouchables, is about 2 miles from the Railway station and one has to cross a river on which there is a culvert to reach it. There were many horse carriages at the station plying for hire. The Maharwada was also within walking distance from the station. I expected immediately to be taken to the Maharwada. But there was no movement in that direction and I could not understand why I was kept waiting. After an hour or so a tonga (one horse carriage) was brought close to the platform and I got in. The driver and I were the only two occupants of the tonga. Others went on foot by a short cut. The tonga had not gone 200 paces when there would have been a collision with a motor car. I was surprised that the driver who was paid for hire every day should have been so inexperienced. The accident was averted only because on the loud shout of the policeman the driver of the car pulled it back.

We somehow came to the culvert on the river. On it there are no walls as there are on a bridge. There is only a row of stones fixed at a distance of five or ten feet. It is paved with stones. The culvert on the river is at right angles to the road we were coming by. A sharp turn has to be taken to come to the culvert from the road. Near the very first side stone of the culvert the horse instead of going straight took a turn and bolted. The wheel of the tonga struck against the side stone so forcibly that I was bodily lifted up and thrown down on the stone pavement of the culvert and the horse and the carriage fell down from the culvert into the river. So heavy was the fall that I lay down senseless. The Maharwada is just on the other bank of the river. The men who had come to greet me at the station had reached there ahead of me. I was lifted and taken to the Maharwada amidst the cries and lamentations of the men, women and children. As a result of this I received several injuries. My leg was fractured and I was disabled for several days. I could not understand how all this happened. The tongas pass and repass the culvert every day and never has a driver failed to take the tonga safely over the culvert.

On enquiry I was told the real facts. The delay at the railway station was due to the fact that the tongawalas were not prepared to drive the tonga with a passenger who was an untouchable. It was beneath their dignity. The Mahars could not tolerate that I should walk to their quarters. It was not in keeping with their sense of my dignity. A compromise was therefore arrived at. That compromise was to this effect: the owner of the tonga would give the tonga on hire but not drive. The Mahars may take the tonga but find someone to drive it. The Mahars thought this to be a happy solution. But they evidently forgot that the safety of the passenger was more important than the maintenance of his dignity. If they had thought of this, they would have considered whether they could get a driver who could safely conduct me to my destination. As a matter of fact none of them could drive because it was not their trade. They therefore asked someone from amongst themselves to drive. The man took the reins in his hand and started thinking there was nothing in it. But as he got on, he felt his responsibility and became so nervous that he gave up all attempt to control. To save my dignity, the Mahars of Chalisgaon had put my very life in jeopardy. It was then I learnt that a Hindu tongawala, no better than a menial, has a dignity by which he can look upon himself as a person who is superior to any untouchable, even though he may be a Barristar-at-law.

(Excerpted from ‘Waiting For A Visa’, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar : Writings and Speeches, Vol. 12. First Edition by Education Department, Govt. of Maharashtra : 14 April, 1989. Re-printed by Dr. Ambedkar Foundation : January, 2014. Available at: http://drambedkarwritings.gov.in/content/


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          Modern Classic Circus Party      Comment   Translate Page      

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I'm completely mesmerized by this Modern Classic Circus Party by Nancy Mantei of Nancy Mantei Events, out of Scottsdale Arizona!

...From the gorgeous and girly color palette to the glam decor and adorable treats, this fabulous party is sure to have you on your feet!

So throw the peanuts and shout hurray because these adorable details will definitely make your day:

  • Girly Glam Circus Cake
  • Ticket-adorned Floral Dessert Stand Garland
  • Rainbow Sequin Guest Table Lined
  • Circus Horse Centerpiece
  • Welcome Girl Trapeze Artist + Standee
  • Circus Themed Sugar Cookies
  • Train Car Sweet Table
  • Giant Letter Name Marquee Sign + Backdrop
  • And more!

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          102 Easy to Understand Crochet Goods - Japanese Craft Book by pomadour24      Comment   Translate Page      

2,050 JPY

Paperback: 159 pages
Publisher: Seito (2017)
Language: Japanese
Book Weight: 509 Grams
The book introduces easy to make 102 crochet Items with nice and large diagrams.

+ Basic Items - Coasters
+ Small Items - Coasters, Doilies, Pot Mats, Glass Covers, Scrubbers, Floor Mop Cover, Curtain Tassels, Pocket Tissue Covers, Lucky Charms, Ornaments, Garlands, Pin Cushions, Cat/Squirrel/Rabbit/Owl Amigurumi, Halloween and Christmas Ornaments, and Baby Toys.
+ Stylish Items - Ribbons, Hair Bands, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Tippet, Corsage, Snood, Neck Warmer, Muffler, Socks, Arm Warmer, Mittens and Hats.

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The book will be shipped out from JAPAN by Regular AIRMAIL to all over the world. Please allow 5 to 10 business days for delivery. From my experience, this method is always very fast and reliable.

If you need a tracking number, I will ship your package as a registered mail. The registered mail fee is 410 yen per package, and please add this listing (https://www.etsy.com/listing/269394151/) in your cart at the time of your purchase. Thank you so much!


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          Party Decor Pack ... 10 tissue paper poms and 12 feet of pomdot garland // birthdays // dessert buffet candy bar // party decorations by pomtree      Comment   Translate Page      

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Finally a kit for one stop shopping for your special events :) Pompoms, garlands and a sweet name banner made this buffet table super sweet for a blue green and white baby boy sprinkle shower. This could make any event just as sweet - birthday party, wedding, anniversary, craft booth, class party, nursery decor, crib mobile, or even a backyard shindig!

this kit includes:

6 large pom ... 15”
2 medium poms ... 12"
2 small poms ... 8"
1 yard of clear string for hanging
12 feet cardstock circle punch garland.

link to paperless instructions



You can find the name banners here https://www.etsy.com/listing/210262916/nursery-decoration-personalized-custom?ref=shop_home_active_2

color pictured: sage, powder, white

Color choices are shown in last photo. Please leave a note with your color preferences and also leave preference of pointed or rounded petals, or a mix of both in the message box during checkout. If no choices are left, I will include the colors in the first photo. To create an order including patterned papers, please contact me using the 'contact' link on the right side of the screen. ***Patterned papers not included in this listing.**

if these are for an event, please specify exact date you need them by during checkout. If no date is left, I cannot guarantee delivery in time. Please see my policies section, shop announcements, and your receipt for more on lead time and shipping times.


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          Garland County Master Gardener Plant Sale & Garden Show, April 27      Comment   Translate Page      
Date: April 27, 2019 Time: 8:00 am The Garland County Master Gardeners presents the Annual Plant Sale and Garden Show on April 27, 2019. Hundreds of plants, including annuals, hanging baskets, perennials, herbs, butterfly plants, and succulents, will be ready for spring gardens. The Garden Show will offer various educational booths, local nursery and garden […]
          Trash Valet; Wellkept; Runner; Part Time Sun-Thurs 8PM - Garland, TX 75046      Comment   Translate Page      
**54516BR** **Job Title:** Trash Valet; Wellkept; Runner; Part Time Sun-Thurs 8PM **Position Summary:** The Valet delivers valet trash services to multi-family customers...
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          Fact check: Was a man with a BJP cap set up to garland Kanhaiya as anchor Ravish Kumar looked on?      Comment   Translate Page      
A Twitter user posted pictures of the incident in reverse sequence to present an inaccurate version of events.
          6' x 12" Pre-Lit Elegance Artificial Christmas Garland – Warm White LED Lights Battery Operated - 31422884      Comment   Translate Page      
6' x 12" Pre-Lit Elegance Artificial Christmas Garland – Warm White LED Lights Battery Operated - 31422884

This elegant pre-lit Christmas garland can provide a welcoming feeling to any room in your home! This will be a perfect choice to display it in your door, windows or railings.

Product Features:
Pre-lit with 50 warm white LED lights
Green lead cord

Additional Product..

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          Comment on Rabri Devi lashes out at ABP News anchor for disparaging remarks on husband Lalu Prasad Yadav, questions his upbringing by Dbpatel      Comment   Translate Page      
Anurag Muskan you once utter in your mind Modiya,Jay's Papa Taklua ,Potato garlanded Sushma,Kudta huaa Ravi Prasad then what will be your condition try out that.
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          You have to dream before your dreams come true Custom drop colour clouds and custom droplet garlands are live tomorrow (and every week from now) hurrah      Comment   Translate Page      
You have to dream before your dreams come true Custom drop colour clouds and custom droplet garlands are live tomorrow (and every week from now) hurrah
          De Sandwich: 14-04-2019      Comment   Translate Page      
Uur 1 1. On the sunny side of the street - Judy Garland 2. Michele - Gerard Lenorman 3. Heimwee - Emile Minnie 4. I forgive it all - Mudcrutch 5. Martha my dear - Beatles 6. Male hierba - Rumbaristas 7. Song fort he Mira - Anne Murray 8. Platteland - Mijke Loeven 9. Bird on a wire - Leonard Cohen 10. Dance me to the end of love - Madeleine Peyroux 11. No baby - Noa 12. Quiet please there's a lady on stage - Peter Allen 13. Eoghainin o ragadain - Altan 14. Bemoei ow met ow eiges - Bennie Jolink Uur 2 1. Nothing but a breeze - Jesse Winchester 2. Tok tok - Joop van der Marel 3. Superlover - Luther Dickinson and Birds of Chicago 4. Rebel prince - Rufus Wainwright 5. Bachata rosa - Juan Luis Guerra 6. Liefste - Lenny Kuhr 7. Mama roux - Dr. John 8. Panamericaine - Karpatt 9. Soon - Ella Fitzgerald 10. Spring fever - Kate Baldwin 11. Pastis - Johan Goossens 12. Yar dedi - Olcay Bayir 13. Mr. Rock and roll - Amy MacDonald 14. Marrakesh express - Crosby Stills and Nash 15. Turks fruit - Toots Thielemans
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          Shift Supervisor (1842 Sugarland Dr) - City Brew - Sheridan, WY      Comment   Translate Page      
Promotes the culture and vision of City Brew Coffee. Delegates appropriately to ensure store standards of operation are meeting the expectations of City Brew...
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          Hostess and Server - Sheridan Holiday Inn and Convention Center - Sheridan, WY      Comment   Translate Page      
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          For Sale: 1935 Gibson AC Century of Progress Mandolin  - $3,600 USD      Comment   Translate Page      
The World's Fair of 1933 was held in Chicago, Illinois under the banner of "A Century of Progress" it was a REALLY BIG DEAL. Judy Garland and the Andrews sisters performed and for the first time ever, professional Baseball held an All-Star game!  As part of the hoopla, Gibson issued a special fancy edition of their stringed instruments called the "Century of Progress" series including the L-C guitar and the A-C mandolin, regarded as the rarest by many collectors. We are indeed fortunate to be able to offer another of these rare mandolins. This A-C, resplendent with its pearloid peg head and fretboard, has an arch top with oval hole and interestingly, a flat back. This example is in near-pristine condition, save for a slight crack along the back center seam, cleated and repaired long ago. It plays easily and that highly desirable woody tone. $3,600 with original case
          Shift Supervisor (1842 Sugarland Dr) - City Brew - Sheridan, WY      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Clifford Ballard 36      Comment   Translate Page      
Clifford Ballard 36 of Clay City passed away Friday, April 12, 2019. He was born in Irvine October 29, 1982 to William and Nellie Ballard. He was a construction worker. He is survived by his mother Nellie Ballard of Stanton, a son William Ballard of Clay City, daughter Sophia Ballard of Irvine, three brothers Linville Ballard of Lexington, Fred Ballard of Winchester, Garland Ballard of Winchester, five sisters Callie Ballard of Winchester, Christina Ballard of Clay City, Linda Ballard of
          Voter registration process must evolve | Letter      Comment   Translate Page      
Dr Jess Garland thinks Labour is right to support automatic voter registration and says the ‘missing millions’ must be heard

Labour’s announcement that it will support automatic voter registration (Report, 12 April) is a welcome step in the right direction. Far from being radical, though, automatic registration is the common right across advanced democracies. All parties need to be looking at how to modernise our democracy when so many millions feel unheard and excluded. We need a registration revolution – steps to ensure that registration isn’t a lottery but is instead encouraged at every stage of interaction with official bodies, from sorting pensions to getting a driving licence or benefits. It’s time the “missing millions” were heard.
Dr Jess Garland
Director of policy and research, Electoral Reform Society

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          Tributes paid to Ambedkar on his 128th birth anniversary      Comment   Translate Page      
Garlanding of statues, rally mark the celebrations
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ഈ വാര്‍ത്തയുടെ യാഥാര്‍ത്ഥ്യം വീഡിയോ സഹിതം പുറത്ത് കൊണ്ടുവന്നിരിക്കുകയാണ് ഓള്‍ട്ട് ന്യൂസ്

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          Re: Does international small cap matter?      Comment   Translate Page      
garlandwhizzer wrote:
Sun Apr 14, 2019 1:15 pm

50% of my INTL exposure is in SC, substantially overweighted relative to cap weighted indexes. Reasons: First, better diversification relative to US TSM which is dominated by US LC and plays in the same global markets as INTL LC. INTL SC tends to play not in global markets but in their home country markets which provides increased diversification.

Agree with the foreign small cap overweight. Large US and large foreign are both dominated by multinationals and you do not get much diversification by substituting or overweighting one for the other.



As far as outperformance of INTL SC vs INTL LC - who knows.
          Beach Wedding - Set of 10 Chair Decorations with Starfish, Satin and Sheer Ribbons + Beaded Garland - 24 Ribbon Choices - coastal decor by SeashellCollection      Comment   Translate Page      

230.00 USD

Beach Wedding - Set of 10 Chair Decoration with 24 Ribbon Choices.
Save on this set of 10 and decorate your beach wedding or event with this beautiful Natural Starfish decoration. Perfect for chairs or pews and could also be used to decorate reception and buffet tables. There are two natural starfish with 3 satin ribbons, 1 sheer ivory ribbon and a beautiful ivory beaded garland.

First and second photos have aqua ribbons, third and fourth are mint ribbons.

~White Finger Starfish 6"-8"
~Knobby Starfish 2"-3"
~Ribbons - 3/8" and 7/8" double-sided satin
~Sheer Ribbon - 7/8" ivory
~Ivory Beaded Garland
~Length - 24" - 25"

There are 24 available ribbon colors. Please see last photo for colors.

Other versions of this Starfish Chair Decoration and more of my Beach Wedding Collection can be seen here -
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