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Music history has not been kind to horses many people talk about the 600,000 people killed in the American Civil War but some overlooked that the horse and mule death toll is over 1 million in Victorian England it was not uncommon for trolleys and factories to work horses until they dropped dead sometimes in the middle of busy streets up and into the 20th century horses brutally stood with a side-by-side in wartime and in civilian life and even today where the average person almost never interacts with horses in their everyday lives we still see the horse constantly in art and media for every culture with horses there's a different meaning applied to them in ancient Greece the animal was a sign of aspiration in connection to the gods which we can see most clearly in Pegasus the Nordic people believed in horses for day and night called from facts II and skin facts II who traland and sea and moved with the wind Gandalf's horse Shadowfax was directly influenced by this Norse mythology but in this video I want to talk about a specific horse mythology the American version one deeply ingrained in the modern American conscious American cinema has historically used the horse as a symbol of status masculinity and mastery over nature and to explore this particular meaning of the horse historians don't have to look at ancient paintings and stories like with older civilizations we can actually very clearly see the symbolism of horses in the movies and TV of the last 100 years up and into the current day so what do I mean by the horse as a symbol of mastery the horse provides the perfect opportunity to show man's control over nature for one thing horses are very wild and unpredictable they're too large to keep in the home like a dog and strong enough to easily kill a human so they are a worthy opponent to control bronc riding reminds us of their strength because they're genuinely dangerous in certain contexts despite these characteristics we still manage to tame them on a massive scale we are able to control them send them into battle and use them as tools more so than any other animal of that size and unlike cattle or other livestock they can easily be mounted there's nothing that shows mastery over nature more than being on top of a large wild beast directing it where you want it to go riding at a higher vantage point than pedestrians to showcase my point how do the creators of the Planet of the Apes series show that the monkeys are dominating the planet are no longer simply wild animals and are taking charge this sin image tells us everything we need to know about how much the monkeys are evolving and that's because of all the meaning associated with riding a horse and some of the earliest forms of cinema we can see how the horse

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How have electric car owners felt about range anxiety?
It turns out that range anxiety simply isn’t a thing, provided you charge the car every night and have a good mental model of what kind of trips it is appropriate for.If you have an electric car, you typically end up dividing trips into two very different categories:Local area trips you take by electric car - Such as your commute, visits to friends who live nearby, and other trips around the metro area. You know these journeys fit comfortably within your car’s range, and so don’t think much about whether you have enough charge.Long-distance road trips you take using other vehicles - You know that these trips aren’t what your electric car is for, and so you don’t consider using it for these kind of trips. Instead you either use a gasoline car you also own, or you rent a gasoline car to use. Bear in mind that renting a car is much less hassle when you have an electric car that you can drive to a car rental location - indeed I expect to see growth of car rental services marketed towards electric car owners.I worry no more about accidentally driving further than my battery will allow than I worry about accidentally inviting more people over for dinner than will fit in my house, or eating more food than will fit in my stomach. I know what trips my car is appropriate for, and don’t consider using it for other purposes.With a gasoline car, it’s normal to pay a lot of attention to how much fuel you have left in the tank because you fill it up infrequently at a gas station. However electric cars are typically charged every night at home, and so you know your car always has enough charge for your normal usage.In a sense, the transition from gasoline cars to electric cars is similar to the transition from horses to cars. If you think of a car as being a drop-in replacement for a horse, then you are likely to worry about the things a horse can do well that a car isn’t very good about, like jumping over fences. To adopt a new technology well, it’s important to form a new mental model of what you should and shouldn’t use it for.From what I can tell, most electric car owners pretty much never use charging stations other than at home and occasionally at work. If the journey is long enough to need charging along the way then you just use a different vehicle.
What is the best interview question ever?
Scenario 1: Happened to one of the seniors in my collegeHR: Hi Arjun. How are you feeling today?Arjun: Well I am feeling awesome, sir.(*self intro - followed by chit chat*)HR: One quick question. How much do you think I should pay for the post you are applying for?(*Stammers for a minute. The job description had already mentioned the salary package in bold words*)Arjun: Ahem sir! I am a fresher, so I assume the company knows better what to offer me!HR: You mean to say, you are okay with whatever the company offers?(*Obviously he was referring to the package mentioned in the Job Description, wasn’t he?* )Arjun: Yes sir, exactly!HR: You think I represent the company?Arjun: Yes sir, You are one of it’s HR, you obviously do!HR: Okay Arjun. Since I represent the company and since you said you’d be okay with whatever the company offers, I would offer your salary - one rupee for every single day you work. Is that okay with you?(His mind voice was like - What? Who the hell would work for that? Then he thinks for sometime.)*After a long break of silence, with the HR smiling*Arjun: I’ve heard about the prestige of the company and I do know that the company does fix the salary of a designation before hiring candidates. And as far as I’ve heard, the company is not as poor as to pay only 360 Rupees per annum to any of its employees. Hence I know, the company will pay me enough for what I am worth for.To answer your question, if you would pay me one rupee every single day I am working for, then I would be working only for a minute everyday. Is that okay with you? **ANSWERED LIKE A PRO with no stammering**Int: Your salary would be one rupee every day, Arjun!Arjun: In that case, my day would start at 10:00 AM and end at 10:01 AM, sir!Scenario 2: Happened to me during the interview process of IBM. It was around 8.30 PM when I got the chance to be interviewed, the final round.HR: Hi Kiran! Welcome! This is me, xyz!Me: *with a pleasing smile* Hi there xyz! Good evening.* self intro - chit chat - tech questions - some silly Q&A * - I talk a lot!HR: Okay Kiran, so we are nearing the end of your interview.Me: Is it? Has it been that long? Didn’t realize how time carried us away. *winking* It was awesome talking to you, xyz.HR: *winks back* Okay Kiran. Assume I say that ‘you are selected’. What would you be doing right now?Me: Ahem! I would call my parents and ask them to buy jalebi for me (*smiling like a child*) . Then I would call my staff members, cause they would really be happy to know that I got through. The info will then be passed to my friends who would start making plans to extract a shaandaar treat from me, tomorrow. (the next day was a Saturday- and my college was off)HR: Oh okay, cool! Call your parents up and ask them to buy jalebi for you right now, Kiran! You are selected! And by the way do suggest some good restaurants - new to Coimbatore, you see! Hopefully might meet your friends tomorrow in the same place. *She winked*Me: *winked back*…Well, I did suggest her some good restaurants and a few delicacies of our place!And haa, gave a small treat to my friends in an ice cream parlor ,) that was the fourth treat that they were extracting, for me being selected during a campus drive! :P Oh yes! I mean’t it! It was pure extraction!Thanks for reading :)Edit 1: Thank you for the 100+ up-votes.. Love always 3
What is something that people were better at 100 years ago?
My grandmother had no running water and no indoor bathroom. She and Grandpa bathed in a tub hauled into the kitchen with hot water heated on the stove. They were always clean and had clean clothes, most of which Grandma made. Water was obtained from a hand pump at the kitchen sink. Clothes were washed in an agitator washing machine, hand fed through a wringer, and hung out to dry. The toilet was in an outhouse by the barn. Grandma made the soap from fat and lye. They did not spend hundreds of dollars on fancy soaps and creams. Rainwater collected in a cistern was used for shampooing hair.They had a huge garden and grew most of their own food. They had an orchard, berry bushes, and a huge vegetable crop. Chickens in the barnyard provided eggs and meat. Grandma chopped their heads off with an axe or wrang their necks. She then gutted them , plucked them, singed off the pin feathers and cooked them on a wood burning stove. On several occasions we ate squirrels which Grandpa had shot.How she regulated the temperature on that stove confounds me, but everything she cooked was delicious. She made her own bread and noodles. She also caught fish as Grandpa did not like to fish. He was the supervisor at a truck farm and they had very little money. About all they bought at the store were coffee, flour, salt, and milk .They were close to self sufficient in a way most modern people could not be. When I was twelve my parents had running water brought to their house and gifted them with a bathroom (no more chamber pots at night). My parents also paid for them to have a telephone as before they had to go to a local bar to use the phone.They lived in a small impoverished town in Ohio (McGuffey). My mother’s one desire growing up was to get out of there. She moved in with an aunt in Lima to go to high school as there were none in McGuffey. She then went to secretarial school. She met my college educated father while working as a secretary and moved on to an upper middle class life. To the day she died she hated gardening.
How do I fill out a money/rent receipt book for house cleaning services?
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Does it hurt horses when you put a shoe on them? When you reshoe a horse and pull the old nail out to put a new one in, do you put it in the same hole? If not, how does that hole heal and fill on its own?
No, shoeing a horse causes no pain. Horse shoers, also called farriers, are well trained to perform all aspects of hoof care and balancing for soundness, comfort and correct movement. The old shoes are removed by filing away the clinches (more about clinches later…) and then pulling the old shoe along with the old nails.The horse’s hoof is constantly growing so before applying new shoes the shoer trims away the excess hoof wall. Often this means cutting off about 3/8 inch of hoof. The bottom of the hoof, called the sole, also grows constantly and needs to be trimmed, so after the shoer removes the mud and debris from the cleft of the hoof he or she will carefully trim the sole and frog (pad) to remove the excess and deteriorated hoof material. It is kind of like giving the horse a pedicure, but much more complicated because the hooves must be shaped correctly so that they land, break over and travel in a balanced manner as the horse moves or runs. Each hoof is different and each horse moves differently, too, so the shoer must shape each hoof to aid the horse’s movement.The old shoes are not put back on as they will have been worn thin, even though they are made of metal. Horses are heavy and apply a lot of force and friction to their shoes!Each of the new shoes is carefully shaped to match the shape of each hoof. That way, the shoes don’t interfere with the careful shaping and balancing of the hooves.The shoes are held on with a very special kind of nail. If you look at a shoeing nail closely you will see that the shaft of the nail is not round. It is rectangular with flat sides that taper to a very sharp point. On one of the wider sides of the nail you will see a pattern of parallel lines that have been scored into the metal, giving that side a distinct texture. When the shoer places the nail he or she makes sure that textured side is turned to face the hoof wall. As the nail is driven into the hard, insensitive hoof material that textured side causes the nail to bend. As a result, the tip of the nail exits the hoof partway up the hoof wall - generally about 3/4 inch above the shoe. (Since 3/8 inch hoof material was cut away the old nail holes are now out of the way for applying new nails.) As soon as the nails are fully driven into and through the hoof wall, the shoer cuts off the exposed points of the nails and then bends the remaining stub firmly down against the hoof wall and smooths off any rough edges to avoid them injuring the horse. It is the bent nail shafts, called “clinches”, that hold the shoes in place.
What was your reaction when your car was stolen?
I was pissed, but not overly so because having your car disappear in the middle of the night was not that unusual for the neighborhood in which I lived.A couple of weeks later I got a call from the police saying that they found my car. Good news, right? Not at all. The hoodrats that stole my car changed the ignition which meant that I didn’t have a key, since I didn’t have a key the police wouldn’t let me retrieve my car. They said that I had to fill out some kind of paper work and go before a judge to prove ownership. The car was towed to the impound lot and the fees started adding up. By the time I navigated the maze of bureaucracy that was required it had been a little over a month. By that time the fees were over a thousand dollars. I was living paycheck to paycheck so I didn’t have a thousand dollars.Needless to say, I didn’t get my car back. I thought about trying to buy it back when they auctioned off all the “abandoned” vehicles, but it was on a day that I was working, so I continued to “enjoy” navigating the city via bus and bicycle.To sum things up, I wasn’t that pissed when the hoodrats stole it, because after all, that’s what hoodrats do, but I was extremely pissed when the city, thru enforcement by the police stole it.
What would be a good emotional support animal for a stoic (follower of modern stoicism)?
If you need an emotional support animal then you may want to take into account the reasons you need one. What conditions do you have that would allow the mental health professional you see to fill out paperwork saying you need one and why? The reason would affect what kind of temperament the ideal emotional support animal for you would have and if you would choose and indoor only pet, indoor/outdoor one, or one primarily or totally kept outdoors.You’d also want to figure in your living conditions. Unlike service animals, which can only be dogs or miniature horses, there’s a wide range of animals that can be used as emotional support animals. Laws state that you can’t be denied housing for them, but there’s limits to that. For example, if you’re renting or leasing from someone and they don’t have room for, say, a horse and your emotional support animal is a horse they can turn you away or evict you. Or if you’re renting a room or looking to rent one and the owner of the home is living there and deathly allergic to the type of animal your service animal is you can be denied the room or evicted.You’d also have to figure in your budget, how much can you spend on the animal? Some animals are more costly to keep than others so you’d have to look into that as well.
When renting out a property, do you believe renting with "Utilities included" helps to fill the vacancy faster?
If you want to rent your property fast then price it competitively. Period.You would be infinitely better off either making a better product (meaning renovate and add amenities to your rental house that none other in the area have) and charge market rent/slightly above or LOWER your price to increase quantity demanded and a greater pool of applicants.The second option usually optimal due to less capital outlay on the renovation and a greater pool of tenants to choose from. When you have a good quality tenant paying a good price but not top dollar, I have found they are less likely to complain and call in minor incidents expecting you to fix them. They are happy they’re getting a nice place at a good price.The opposite is true when you raise the rent as high as possible and renovate the property as nice as possible. You are still going to attract a high quality tenant but also one that is very picky and that will be making service calls often and expecting you to address each one.Oh and by the way, those calls are expensive.So long game you’re better off spending where it’s needed, the big ticket items and the ones that affect the structural functioning of the house, rather than spending big on the pretty things like new granite the best lighting fixtures etc in hopes of getting more money per month on rent. Long run runs more expensive.Those two ways are the best to get your unit leased quick.You paying for utilities makes way for tenants to be negligible with usage and more wasteful in my opinion because the repercussions to them aren’t there.It’s also almost impossible for you to control their usage. Except if you let them pay for it. So let them pay for it.Best of luck!-Andrew J. Matella