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Verification of Liability. Human Trafficking My Grandchildren

2020.09.18 20:43 dogetty Verification of Liability. Human Trafficking My Grandchildren

RE: leach sabrina alberta branch Wendy Polzel Alicia Reynolds Sherrelle Jackson 541 969 2738 District Manager [email protected] 1 message
Marilyn LeBaron [email protected] Wed, Feb 26, 2020 at 9:27 AM To: Marilyn LeBaron [email protected], Marilyn LeBaron [email protected], "[email protected]" [email protected], "[email protected]" [email protected], "Bittick, Richard" [email protected] Cc: Metzger Soren K [email protected], "[email protected]" [email protected], "[email protected]" [email protected], "[email protected]" [email protected], Erica Hayne Friedman [email protected] Dear recipients of this email,
Could you please have a talk since all you do is have star chamber proceeding about family matters in place of a trial in open court which is capitol felony treason – but since that is your method maybe you could do that to Helmar Lochmann since it is about child abuse and under the scope of star legalized chamber proceedings you could bring him to justice the same way.
No, but criminals have all the rights which is not equal protection of the law and another count of capital felony treason.
Notice of Liability for aiding capital felony treason for adhering to the enemy of your nation for allowing criminal sentencing of myself and two fictitious plaintiffs since an act of prudent protection after identifying a perpetrator of egregious child abuse and torture is not a criminal act since Mens Rea is how all the bureaucrats get away with treason know being properly schooled in law not having the state of mind in opposite of ignorance is no excuse which is not equal protection of the law and actually another felony
Notice of Criminal Liability witness tampering by not allowing family to gain access to the testimonies of their kin when held for surety and their mother is dying in the streets and you all drain her surety and do not hospitalize her to save her life while not providing her bus passes or making sure there is a way to comply and providing her with ample support to comply.
All three of my heirs are material witnesses against Helmar Lochmann and his abuses and you separate the witnesses which allow for criminals to intimidate them into silence while you just waif of the material witness to die without fully deposing her or sealing the case. See: Rod Underhill
Notice of Liability aiding and abetting after the fact misprision felony with all its penalties and emotional harm after the fact by separating them with a promise of reunification and then do not reunify my heirs putting my grandson with a single gay man as if he is a concubine or a paedophile dating service instead of putting him with family
Please inform me if the District attorney of Multnomah County has collected and sealed all the record, emails, and telephone records, including text message between Helmar Lichman and my daughter on the matters pertaining to Victoria Couvillion and Nolan Stevens whose Christian names include middle initial RD and J respectively. Since Helmar Lochman acted in an egregious manner torturing my daughter making it hard for her to comply while he put my heirs in harm's way also denying me contact to isolate them
Please show me where the method of gaining a visitation schedule is posted in order to make your denial of visits legal as I recently learned each and everything you do or don’t do has to be specifically defined and enumerated before such actions ro avoidance of acting.
Hello, I’m inquiring as to why I never get to see my grandkids?
[email protected]; [email protected];
I'm contacting you because the child abuse hotline has assigned two new social workers ([email protected]; [email protected];) now since the other workers were removed based on objections pertaining to the conflict of interest between DHS Alberta Branch and Gresham Branch dating back to 2005 through 2006 between my kin based on things not available to my abilities to weigh fact a law upon back then nor today allowed to know what is in the record when bringing up old abated matters - which I believe were not presented to the seated Linda Hughes which needs verification.
The civil subject matter concerning the jurisdiction of DHS and the criminal allegations under criminal venue not under actual investigation, since I am by law required to be notified when under criminal investigation at the earliest stage of an investigation to allow a refute by and independent investigative body independent form Juvenile Justice Complex subject matter belonging the JJC District Attorney. If there is any criminal investigation going on in Multnomah County regarding bureaucrat protection could you please educate the DHS of the right to presumption of innocence, the right to a Trial by Jury of my peers, prior to being punished or penalize, while that right should extend to any other party suffering from the same punishment or penalty, where the Right to Trial by Jury must be waved in writing according to the Oregon Bill of Rights.
If you could please offer your guidance here please to the DHS
I would appreciate your quash the Diligent Efforts ruling made by the JJC since the matter has been abated years and years ago
Sent from Mail for Windows 10From: Judge_the_Bench Date: Oct 20, 2007 12:41 AM
The 'Blind Faith in the Bureaucracy' test, [or not!] Questionnaire, by judge the bench @ hotmail .com
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If you answer no to all most all of these questions please write to Judge Horner and tell him so, at:
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If you answer yes to these questions: You have no sense of freedom and are not Fully Advised as to your Inalienable Rights. But, there is a couple of acceptations bellow which should be answered, "Yes".
Can you find which ones?
Regarding: Thomas Alexander Bleu LeBaron:
  1. DHS 'adjudication', [disposition of a completed assessment], is equivalent to a 'court order'. a. Yes No
  2. DHS can try you on the spot and that is seen as reasonable efforts, on their part, if you do not do what they say. a. Yes No
  3. DHS can cite a judge on an unproved matter to build another case against a parent. a. Yes No
  4. DHS will wait to bring you to trial, with the case they choose to cite, though never proved. a. Yes No
  5. DHS 'findings', from an assessment are final, and a trial after DHS reports have already taken effect, is not DOUBLE JEOPARDY. a. Yes No
  6. DHS do not have the obligation of PRESENTMENT, for something never proved. a. Yes No
  7. DHS can build another case against you even if they never proved the previous matter. a. Yes No
  8. DHS can gain a continuance (x2), prior to another continuance (x2), while they determine what their diagnosis is. a. Yes No
  9. DHS can cite a judge, build another case thereto, before the cited case is proved or investigated. a. Yes No
  10. A judge can keep you from visiting your children while a case is closed, on the case DHS choose to cite. a. Yes No
  11. DHS does not have to PRESENT a case prior to taking your other child, while a judge waits to hear from them. a. Yes No
  12. DHS can try you on the spot at the Juvenile Department, without a proper 'SUMMON'. a. Yes No
  13. DHS can 'appear' in person, anywhere, any time, not tell you they are coming, and their presence is equivalent to a trial. a. Yes No
  14. DHS can try a case, by assessment, and then advise the judiciary of their 'findings'. a. Yes No
  15. DHS findings are final, though the burden of proof is not met beyond a reasonable doubt. a. Yes No
  16. DHS can take your children basing their 'findings' on statistics alone, till they take you to court for something never proved, not having been subject to proper PRESENTMENT when required. a. Yes No
  17. The court can ignore Pro-se attempts to gain discovery, {PRESENTMENT}, because a citizen is not familiar with the legal process. a. Yes No
  18. The court can ignore Pro-se inadvertence, grounds for an order to dismiss, defined in RULE 71, and give you a 'broken arm'. See: Judge Luukinen, who does not speak English the courtroom. a. Yes No
  19. There is no acquittal for 'non'criminal matters. a. Yes No . 20. There is no plea available in 'non'criminal matters. a. Yes No
  20. There is no plea bargain available in 'non'criminal matters, when a person is said to be suffering of poor mental health, and no protection of Substantive Due Process, because no crime has been committed. a. Yes No
  21. The opposing party does not have to cause the DHS to come to court in a 'non'criminal matter. a. Yes No
  22. The DHS, the 'voice' of the 'WHOLE VILLAGE' is not subject to cross-examination. a. Yes No
  23. Police men do not have to come to court for cross-examination of the facts when a police report is presented to a judge. a. Yes No
  24. If you lose your turn, by 'ORDER' of the court, not allowed to place further evidence into record, you are responsible to cause the DHS to speak on your behalf, though they are the opposing parties advocate. a. Yes No
  25. The court does not have to appoint you Counsel, until after accepting DHS reports, taken before you are advised. a. Yes No
  26. DHS does not have to Fully Advise you of the nature of their questioning process though their 'findings' bear the weight of an 'adjudication'. a. Yes No
  27. The 'voice' of the 'WHOLE VILLAGE', 'DHS case working staff', is not the equivalent of the voice of 'We the People' of the United States of America, the duties represented as THE BEST INTERESTS OF JUSTICE, the 'voice' of the DA. a. Yes No
  28. The ORS Advocacy, DHS caseworker is not required to have a law degree. a. Yes No
  29. The DHS do not answer to the Oregon State Bar, or subject to be investigated by the Municipal Police. a. Yes No
  30. If you disagree with DHS staff you have to talk to DHS supervisory staff and use their forms. a. Yes No
  31. If you do not use DHS forms to resolve a dispute you do not get to submit a grievance. a. Yes No
  32. DHS does not have to tell you what the grievance process is or give you Advise on how to complain about their conduct or mistakes. a. Yes No
  33. DHS is not responsible to respond to an 'ORDER' of the court, who waited to hear from them, which falls to the responsibility of the petitioning party. a. Yes No
  34. DHS can, after a case is closed, with no further contact with a subject, change the disposition to 'FOUNDED'. a. Yes No
  35. DHS can interfere with visitation, on a closed case, by threatening to remove a child from the parent who has physical custody, against a child's right to maintain a bond with the other parent. a. Yes No
  36. A judge can interfere with visitation on a closed case, against the right to a speedy trial, while the DHS wait for grounds to open a closed case, while advancing their assessment 'findings' of UNABLE TO DETERMINE. a. Yes No
  37. DHS can act as though they proved a case on insufficient evidence, [no reasonable cause to believe neglect or abuse has occurred], and 'found', at a later date, the disposition UNABLE TO DETERMINE as a 'FOUNDED' case with no doctor reports. a. Yes No
  38. Statistics will replace a sound police investigation and doctor reports until a set of double continuances provide time for DHS diagnosis. a. Yes No
  39. DHS can interfere with visitation for matters they do not investigate before or after they assess your parenting. a. Yes No
  40. The burden of proof is not on the DHS by a direct examination of doctor reports they never ordered to see. a. Yes No
  41. DHS can at any time, regarding the report of medical neglect, order a release of information into doctor patient privilege and ignore the initial allegation. a. Yes No
  42. DHS can forward their clinical diagnosis, without direct examination of an intended client, in lieu of a release thereto, when that person does not want to be their client, SAY they represent the child, BEST INTERESTS, and the parent, too. a. Yes No
  43. DHS can represent child and parent, by way of parents Social Security Number, as their intended clients, though they have no license to practice law, as Counsel of Choice, and have no Professional Rules of Conduct which includes privilege. a. Yes No
  44. Though a law firm cannot, when there is a conflict of interest, represent both parent and the intended complainant, the DHS case worker can, complainant being the child, requiring the complainee, the parent, cooperate and allow access to all their private information and witnesses, though the DHS is the opposing party. a. Yes No
  45. The DHS does not have to press a criminal allegation in order to subject you to 'ADMINISTRATIVE' LAW and there is no plea available or acquittal, because 'ADMINISTRATIVE LAW' is not the criminal justice system subject to definitions thereto. a. Yes No
  46. DHS can press obstruction charges where there is no plea, where the rules of evidence do not apply, if you do not sign a release of information, when you have no lawyer to guard against prejudice. a. Yes No
  47. DHS can punish you with criminal prosecution by way of obstruction charges if you do not participate with 'ADMINISTRATION' over a 'non'crime, and you have no lawyer, and they do not tell you why they are threatening to kick in your door. a. Yes No
  48. It is reasonable for the DHS to say, ''The case is closed we are not answering your letters'', but ''We intend to take you to court someday and prevent you from visiting your children in the meantime.'' a. Yes No
  49. It is reasonable for the DHS to allege possible inferences towards child abuse or neglect not provide you a lawyer while assessing, and decide relevancy issues over something they stated has no reasonable cause to believe child abuse or neglect occurred. a. Yes No
  50. It is reasonable for a judge to deny PRESENTMENT prior to a trial, and then order PRESENTMENT continuing a proceeding, after inferences toward child abuse or neglect resulted in a closed case. a. Yes No
  51. It is just that the DHS make decisions that affect you longer that any felonious act would, and you have to provide your own lawyer, at your own expense, if you disagree with their opinion. a. Yes No
  52. DHS should represent your doctor, your child, you, though that is a conflict of interest, and a judge should not provide you a lawyer when his 'ORDER' is DHS come to his court room. a. Yes No
  53. DHS can represent both parent and child, even when there is not enough evidence to substantiate an allegation. a. Yes No
  54. Complaining about DHS staff is to be seen as obsessive and compulsive disorder and you should be brought to court in chains if the judge does not agree to allow a MOTION FOR TELEPHONIC TESTIMONY. a. Yes No
  55. The DHS should only respond to half a report, then say, "UNABLE TO DETERMINE", though there is no evidence the caller, (who logged the report), was concerned enough to step in at any specific date, while saying 'the long-drawn-out emergency', they never personally attended to, is ongoing, RIGHT NOW, and wishes to remain anonymous. a. Yes No
  56. The DHS should act against your parental rights, after they decided not to, close the case, because of the lack of evidence, and the January 10, 2005 caller was not believed by the DHS. a. Yes No
  57. The contradictions in logic should outweigh the lack of proof and DHS should act as though you are committing a felony, since my sentence has been extended for now almost a year, because I said, ''Get a SEARCH WARRANT from a real judge'', and maintain the right to privacy, not wanting to include DHS in your privileged relationships. a. Yes No
  58. A caller should remain anonymous, though purporting to have intimate knowledge regarding your state of mind, and the severity of abuse they purport, saying the younger of the children is in a state of emergency, and the older is on drugs. a. Yes No
  59. A material witness should remain anonymous and the judge should appoint public officials, probation officers, and CASA, as witnesses in lieu of first hand attestation, in open court, form a caller who claims to be an inside witness. a. Yes No
  60. DHS should require all parents, who of sound mind, to submit their medical evaluations and decisions, subject to a detailed release thereto, to a State Case Worker, as law, so the DHS do not have to pick and choose selecting who they require to submit to an evaluation. a. Yes No
  61. DHS should know immediately when a parent begins seeing a psychiatrist, be allowed to declare an emergency, if they need assistance in determining what you psychiatrist has to say regarding your medical choices, while under his care. a. Yes No
  62. DHS provides a Social Service, not to be confused as Social Duress, if they do not allow you to make your own medical choices, once you begin psychiatric treatments. a. Yes No
  63. A Child Abuse Hotline Screener should be switched, after another closed the case at screening, when DHS supervisory staff calls to provide "NEW INFORMATION", and not presenting that information to you first, as law stipulates they should do. a. Yes No
  64. If the caller at the time of the report, stipulated directly that they had direct knowledge regarding an 'ongoing', matter, and do not reported ongoing involvement, like; calling an ambulance, baby sitting, meal preparation, as including in their report: what assistance was given to the child, the report should be believed as if it were true, though DHS took no action for almost a month. a. Yes No
  65. The DHS should close a case just as they claim and emergency is ongoing, though they did not document that they recognized it before, during the assessment, and annotate after the fact. a. Yes No
  66. I should not be troubled by the tangible effect of this type of action happening to the rest of the people of this nation, if a third trial were held. a. Yes No
  67. It is always proper to try a DHS case, under an 'ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE', and then have a jury determine if a judge made the right choice while they re-try the case after a parent refuses to do what the DHS say. a. Yes No
  68. DHS 'findings' is not to be seen by Americans as Pre-Adjudication, though judges follow their recommendations. a. Yes No
  69. The morals of the Declaration of Independence allow for a judge to have advisors who not come to court for cross examination, where there is no jury, on matters that affect you the rest of your life. a. Yes No
  70. An eighteen year old should not be given the right not to contract with an agency by a judicial 'ORDER'. a. Yes No
  71. An eleven year old who says, "Yes, but, nothing that worries me", and nothing further to the question, "Does your mother do anything weird?", have words that should be construed as a complaint even after he says, "No", to the question, "Do you want to go live with your dad?". a. Yes No
If you know what questions to say yes to, please send me a letter. All these questions are based on the actual events and are a sign of lawlessness. My government should not be both above, while acting below, the law.
This F:.. Confirmation of Judicial Opinion.doc The 'Blind Faith in the Bureaucracy' test, [or not!] Questionnaire was addressed to Dear Public officials, political leaders, and news media personnel; Mailed to Polk County Judiciary 850 Main, Dallas, Oregon 97338
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2020.08.05 20:24 SundaeSports Adebayo, The Incredible True Story [OC]

And the NBA’s 2020 most improved player award goes to… Bam Adebayo. Who could have seen that coming just a year ago? A young Bam Adebayo certainly didn’t. The man didn’t even start playing basketball until the sixth grade. Little did he know that one day he would be representing the city of Miami, repping a crimson-colored Heat jersey. Little did he know where basketball would take him. Basketball would be his occupation, his passion, his life. When he picked up that basketball, his life would never be the same.
New Jersey:
750 South 17th Street, that’s where Bam would spend his early childhood. To say Bam had a rough upbringing might be a bit of an understatement. He grew up in a small green trailer in Newark, New Jersey with his single parent Marilyn Blount. Marilyn did her best to provide for her son, working long hours as a cashier just to get by. Marilyn was working so much poor Bam barely got to see his mother growing up, stating “It was hard for me growing up because my mom worked so much. I barely saw her because I was in school. She would come home from work, cook, and go to sleep. So I’d come home from practice and she would already be asleep.” Their circumstances weren’t made any better by the fact that Newark wasn’t exactly a picturesque place to grow up. Bam grew up surrounded by drugs, violence, and crime. Marilyn expanded on this thought, saying “we didn’t have family members come right in and stand there, letting him see them shoot up a needle.” With all the odds stacked against Bam, it would have been easy for Bam to just accept his position, except that the odds were not in his favor. Instead, he worked towards his newfound passion, basketball.
A New Start:
Measuring in at a whopping 6’6 at the age of thirteen Bam’s body was changing. So were his circumstances. After living in Newark, New Jersey for his entire childhood Bam and his mother were moving to North Carolina. Marilyn wanted a better life for Bam, she said “I wanted to take my baby down south and let him be free and let him run and enjoy his life while he’s here”. He’d always been a pretty reserved child, always feeling out of place because of his towering height. In fact, Bam stated that “When I was younger I was just really shy and plus I was always bigger than everyone. So it’s hard to talk to someone when you're bigger than them and you're shy”. Basketball would do wonders for him. Giving him a place to express himself, make friends, and just be himself. Basketball quickly became Bam’s number one love, even if he wasn’t all that good when he started playing. Bam is on the record stating “I sucked, It was my first time picking up a basketball. I watched it on TV but I never really knew what to do with it. I mean, I needed help with everything”. Bam’s AAU coach, Kevin Graves said, when talking about Bam he was “super raw” and that “He wasn’t even a basketball player. When he was younger”. His skills had not yet caught up with his enormous body. But Bam would change that, keeping his head up and putting in the much-needed work to become a better player. When talking about developing as a basketball player Bam said “I kept fighting, and I kept working hard, and it paid off for me”. He was willing to put the work in, and it showed. He progressed year to year, becoming a better finisher, dribbler, shooter, and all-around baller. By the time Bam was a Junior in high school he was creating quite a bit of noise in the North Carolina high school scene. Playing for Northside High School in Pinetown, North Carolina Bam was on some Wilt Chamberlain level shit, averaging 32.2 points and 21 rebounds a game as a junior. Bam was whooping some ass and taking names later as an upperclassman in high school. Bam was becoming quite the talent, but could he do it against higher-level talent? Well, that question would be answered soon after his junior basketball season concluded as he joined the AAU circuit, playing for team Loaded NC along with fellow North Carolina phenom and five-star recruit Dennis Smith Jr., Bam would struggle to put up the same stats he did his junior year in the AAU but that’s not to say he struggled. It was quite the opposite as he put up an impressive 15 points and 10 rebounds while playing against top-end talent. Through this circuit, Bam would play future top picks Lonzo Ball, De’Aaron Fox, among other future NBA talents. Going into his senior year, Bam along with his mother, made the choice that Bam should transfer high schools to put Bam in the best possible situation to be recruited by big-time colleges. The Adebayo’s choose High Point Christian Academy, as the prime spot for Bam to play out his final year of high school basketball. He wouldn’t be able to replicate the same preposterous stats he put up his junior year as he put up a measly 19 points and 13 rebounds in his senior year while leading his team to a state championship appearance. He’d end his high school career picking up the 2016 North Carolina Mr. Basketball Trophy. When it was all said and done Bam had worked his way to a five-star recruiting rank as well as the number five overall ranking among the class of 2016. That’s not too bad for a kid from Newark.
Decision Time:
Coming out of high school, colleges were lining up to get a meeting with Bam. Bam’s mother, Marilyn Blount said that it started with “letters coming through the mail. Then I’m getting coaches calling and I said oh my god. Lord I just hope my baby makes it”. To make it to the NBA Bam would need to attend a university that would get a lot of eyes on him. And what college is better at getting their player's national attention than Kentucky? Kentucky has a league-leading 29 active NBA players in the league today. Love it or hate it, the school knows how to get top-end talent, and get said top-end talent drafted. Bam didn’t want to leave his mom alone, saying “I didn’t want to be away from my mom because she’s a single parent, she was going to be by herself” but inside Bam knew Kentucky would give him his best shot at achieving his dreams and making the NBA. After visiting Kentucky Bam had one major takeaway, “This is home, this is where I want to go to school” he said. So there it was, the North Carolina phenom would take his talents to Kentucky, he would be a Wildcat.
Sweet Home Kentucky:
Bam was clearly an elite talent coming out of high school but that didn’t make him special at Kentucky. He would be joining a Wildcat freshman class that consisted of fellow top prospects Malik Monk (No.9 overall) and De’Aaron Fox (No.6 overall). He would have his work cut out for him if he wanted to stand out in college. And standout he did, putting up an impressive 13 points, 8 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks per game. His defense stood out as his unique blend of quickness, strength, and size made him capable of guarding everything from point guards to centers. Bam wasn’t the most flashy player on his team (De’Aaron Fox) or their lead scorer (Malik Monk) but he was the glue that made it all work. Providing reliable defense and interior scoring to a lineup that needed it. He helped lead his team to success as the Wildcats made it all the way to the Elite Eight, defeating Northern Kentucky, Wichita State, and UCLA before falling to the Tar Heels in the Elite Eight. Bam loved his lone season in Kentucky but he couldn’t afford to go back. There was too much on the line. He had played his way into becoming a potential lottery pick in the upcoming NBA draft and there was no passing on that. He would declare for the draft. He made sure to show his appreciation towards Kentucky and his fans stating in a letter that “I appreciate the support of my coaches, teammates, and the fans. No matter what happens, it’s been an unbelievable ride.” Just like that Bam was gone, ready to learn what the future had in store for him.
The Draft:
The date was June 22, 2017. An eager Bam Adebayo was waiting alongside his mother to hear his name called by the commissioner. As they got deeper into the lottery angst started building. Any moment now Bam would walk up the stage to shake the commissioner's hand, fulfilling his basketball dream of becoming an NBA player. Bam didn’t have to wait much longer as Adam Silver announced “With the fourteenth pick in the 2017 NBA Draft the Miami Heat selected Bam Adebayo, from the University of Kentucky”. Amid a barrage of cheers Bam, dressed in a dark grey and white tuxedo swiftly stood up, giving his mom a warm, bear-like hug, as to say we did it, we made it. Bam walked up onto the stage with a broad smile that said it all, proudly shaking Adam Silver's hand when he got to the podium. He was interviewed shortly after where he was asked the question “How do you feel about taking your talents to South Beach”. To which Bam replied, “I’m just blessed I can be here”. Blessed he was, and so were the Heat. Little did they know that they had just drafted a future star.
South Beach:
In Miami Bam would be thrust into a less than desirable position as he’d be playing behind star center Hassan Whiteside and veteran power forward James Johnson. Bam wouldn’t let this demotivate him, saying in his introductory press conference that “I’m a competitor. I like to compete. You know I never wanted to have a workout when I was by myself. I always wanted to have someone to compete against.” He would have to compete quite a bit to earn lots of minutes as Hassan Whiteside was coming off arguably his best year in the 2016-2017 season in which he averaged 17 points, 14.1 rebounds, and 2.1 blocks a game. Due to the presence of Whiteside Bam’s minutes would be limited his first two years, averaging 19.8 minutes a game his rookie year and 23.3 minutes a game his second season. In these limited minutes, Bam showed flashes of his potential, such as the game on December 7, 2018, where Bam put up 22 points and 10 rebounds on 66.7% shooting from the field. He would have greater opportunity in that second season as Whiteside missed significant time with injury. When given more opportunity Bam impressed with his savvy defensive instincts, rebounding, and finishing around the rim. By the end of the season, Bam’s averages had improved to 8.9 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 2.2 assists a game. He impressed so much that the following offseason Miami let long time center Hassan Whiteside walk in free agency. Bam was going to be the starting power forward/center going into the 2019-2020 season. This is when Bam took his game to the next level as he showed early on that he meant business putting up a 30 point triple-double against the Hawks in early December of the 2019-2020 season. He followed that performance up with yet another triple-double putting up 18 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists. He was breaking out and there were no buts or ifs about it. His passing had taken a huge leap as he was averaging 5.1 assists a game by the time the season was paused compared to just 2.2 assists the season prior. He acted as a playmaker from the low post, hitting cutters and shooters with dart-like passes that often lead to buckets. Keep in mind this is a big man, among all NBA players that played a majority of minutes at the four or the five Adebayo had the third most assist (behind Nikola Jokic 6.9 assists and Giannis Antetoukounmpo 5.8 assists). He went from being an effective scorer and defender to being an all-league defender, playmaker, and post scorer. He became a player that on any given night can drop 20 on your head while still racking up assists, rebounds, and blocks. He’s become quite the complete player and he’s only 23 years old. This man’s special.
Epilogue:
Despite growing up dirt poor, surrounded by drugs, and having a single parent Bam succeeded. He defied all odds, putting effort into his passion and finding a way out. He kept his head straight never getting into trouble, he instead focused on refining his skills. He worked tirelessly on his craft and it worked. Basketball was his saving grace, keeping him away from trouble, allowing him to express himself, and enabling him to make a better life for not only himself but his selfless mother. That’s just what he did, using his God-given gifts and relentless work ethic Bam defied the odds, overcoming every barrier in his way. Bam may take home the NBA’s Most Improved Player Award this year, a fitting step in the life of the man with the most improved life.
Thanks For Reading! Any Help Is Greatly Appreciated!!!
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2020.07.30 10:29 Reddit-STD-4-FREEDOM “Charity” Accused of Sex Abuse Coordinating ID2020’s Pilot Program For Refugee Newborns

If the networks of the U.S. military, the U.S. intelligence community and a slew of other U.S. federal agencies were running the software of a company with deep ties, not only to foreign companies with a history of espionage against the U.S. but also foreign military intelligence, it would — at the very least — garner substantial media attention. Yet, no media reports to date have noted that such a scenario exists on a massive scale and that the company making such software recently simulated the cancellation of the 2020 election and the declaration of martial law in the United States.
Earlier this month, MintPress News reported on the simulations for the U.S. 2020 election organized by the company Cybereason, a firm led by former members of Israel’s military intelligence Unit 8200 and advised by former top and current officials in both Israeli military intelligence and the CIA. Those simulations, attended by federal officials from the FBI, DHS and the U.S. Secret Service, ended in disaster, with the elections ultimately canceled and martial law declared due to the chaos created by a group of hackers led by Cybereason employees.
The first installment of this three part series delved deeply into Cybereason’s ties to the intelligence community of Israel and also other agencies, including the CIA, as well as the fact that Cybereason stood to gain little financially from the simulations given that their software could not have prevented the attacks waged against the U.S.’ electoral infrastructure in the exercise.
Also noted was the fact that Cybereason software could be potentially used as a backdoor by unauthorized actors, a possibility strengthened by the fact that the company’s co-founders all previously worked for firms that have a history of placing backdoors into U.S. telecommunications and electronic infrastructure as well as aggressive espionage targeting U.S. federal agencies.
The latter issue is crucial in the context of this installment of this exclusive MintPress series, as Cybereason’s main investors turned partners have integrated Cybereason’s software into their product offerings. This means that the clients of these Cybereason partner companies, the U.S. intelligence community and military among them, are now part of Cybereason’s network of more than 6 million endpoints that this private company constantly monitors using a combination of staff comprised largely of former intelligence operatives and an AI algorithm first developed by Israeli military intelligence.
Cybereason, thus far, has disclosed the following groups as lead investors in the company: Charles River Ventures (CRV), Spark Capital, Lockheed Martin and SoftBank. Charles River Ventures (CRV) was among the first to invest in Cybereason and has been frequently investing in other Israeli tech start-upsthat were founded by former members of the elite Israeli military intelligence Unit 8200 over the last few years. Spark Capital, based in California, appears to have followed CRV’s interest in Cybereason since the venture capitalist who co-founded Spark and led its investment in Cybereason is a former CRV partnerwho still has close ties to the firm.
While CRV and Spark Capital seem like just the type of investors a company like Cybereason would attract given their clear interest in similar tech start-ups coming out of Israel’s cyber sector, Cybereason’s other lead investors — Lockheed Martin and SoftBank — deserve much more attention and scrutiny.

Cybereason widely used by US Government, thanks to Lockheed

“A match made in heaven,” trumpeted Forbes at the news of the Lockheed Martin-Cybereason partnership, first forged in 2015. The partnership involved not only Lockheed Martin becoming a major investor in the cybersecurity company but also in Lockheed Martin becoming the largest conduit providing Cybereason’s software to U.S. federal and military agencies.
Indeed, as Forbes noted at the time, not only did Lockheed invest in the company, it decided to integrate Cybereason’s software completely into its product portfolio, resulting in a “model of both using Cybereason internally, and selling it to both public and private customers.”
Cybereason CEO and former offensive hacker for Israeli military intelligence — Lior Div — said the following of the partnership:
Lockheed Martin invested in Cybereason’s protection system after they compared our solution against a dozen others from the top industry players. The US firm was so impressed with the results they got from Cybereason that they began offering it to their own customers – among them most of the top Fortune 100 companies, and the US federal government. Cybereason is now the security system recommended by LM to its customers for protection from a wide (sic) malware and hack attacks.”
Rich Mahler, then-director of Commercial Cyber Services at Lockheed Martin,told Defense Daily that the company’s decision to invest in Cybereason, internally use its software, and include the technology as part of Lockheed Martin’s cyber solutions portfolio were all “independent business decisions but were all coordinated and timed with the transaction.”
How independent each of those decisions actually was is unclear, especially given the timing of Lockheed Martin’s investment in Cybereason, whose close and troubling ties to Israeli intelligence as well as the CIA were noted in the previous installment of this investigative series. Indeed, about a year prior to their investment in the Israeli military intelligence-linked Cybereason, Lockheed Martin opened an office in Beersheba, Israel, where the IDF has its “cyberhub”. The office is focused not on the sales of armaments, but instead on technology.
Marilyn Hewson, Lockheed Martin’s CEO, said the following during her speechthat inaugurated the company’s Beersheba office:
The consolidation of IDF Technical Units to new bases in the Negev Desert region is an important transformation of Israel’s information technology capability…We understand the challenges of this move. Which is why we are investing in the facilities and people that will ensure we are prepared to support for these critical projects. By locating our new office in the capital of the Negev we are well positioned to work closely with our Israeli partners and stand ready to: accelerate project execution, reduce program risk and share our technical expertise by training and developing in-country talent.”
Beersheba not only houses the IDF’s technology campus, but also the Israel National Cyber Directorate, which reports directly to Israel’s Prime Minister, as well as a high-tech corporate park that mostly houses tech companies with ties to Israel’s military intelligence apparatus. The area has been cited in several media reports as a visible indicator of the public-private merger between Israeli technology companies, many of them started by Unit 8200 alumni, and the Israeli government and its intelligence services. Lockheed Martin quickly became a key fixture in the Beersheba-based cyberhub.
Not long before Lockheed began exploring the possibility of opening an office in Beersheba, the company was hacked by individuals who used tokens tied to the company, RSA Security, whose founders have ties to Israel’s defense establishment and which is now owned by Dell, a company also deeply tied to the Israeli government and tech sector. The hack, perpetrated by still unknown actors, may have sparked Lockheed’s subsequent interest in Israel’s cybersecurity sector.
Soon after opening its Beersheba office, Lockheed Martin created its Israel subsidiary, Lockheed Martin Israel. Unlike many of the company’s other subsidiaries, this one is focused exclusively on “cybersecurity, enterprise information technology, data centers, mobile, analytics and cloud” as opposed to the manufacture and design of armaments.
Haden Land, then-vice president of research and technology for Lockheed Martin, told the Wall Street Journal that the creation of the subsidiary was largely aimed at securing contracts with the IDF and that the company’s Israel subsidiary would soon be seeking partnership and investments in pursuit of that end. Land oversaw the local roll-out of the company’s Israel subsidiary while concurrently meeting with Israeli government officials. According to the Journal, Land “oversees all of Lockheed Martin’s information-systems businesses, including defense and civilian commercial units” for the United States and elsewhere.
Just a few months later, Lockheed Martin partnered and invested in Cybereason, suggesting that Lockheed’s decision to do so was aimed at securing closer ties with the IDF. This further suggests that Cybereason still maintains close ties to Israeli military intelligence, a point expounded upon in great detail in the previous installment of this series.
Thus, it appears that not only does Lockheed Martin use Cybereason’s software on its own devices and on those it manages for its private and public sector clients, but it also decided to use the company’s software in this way out of a desire to more closely collaborate with the Israeli military in matters related to technology and cybersecurity.
The cozy ties between Lockheed Martin, one of the U.S. government’s largest private contractors, and the IDF set off alarm bells, then and now, for those concerned with U.S. national security. Such concern makes it important to look at the extent of Cybereason’s use by federal and military agencies in the United States through their contracting of Lockheed Martin’s Information Technology (IT) division. This is especially important considering Israeli military intelligence’s history of using espionage, blackmail and private tech companies against the U.S. government, as detailed here.
While the exact number of U.S. federal and military agencies using Cybereason’s software is unknown, it is widespread, with Lockheed Martin’s IT division as the conduit. Indeed, Lockheed Martin was the number one IT solutions provider to the U.S. federal government up until its IT division was spun off and merged with Leidos Holdings. As a consequence, Leidos is now the largest IT provider to the U.S. government and is also directly partnered with Cybereason in the same way Lockheed Martin was. Even after its IT division was spun off, Lockheed Martin continues to use Cybereason’s software in its cybersecurity work for the Pentagon and still maintains a stake in the company.
The Leidos-Lockheed Martin IT hybrid provides a litany of services to the U.S. military and U.S. intelligence. As investigative journalist Tim Shorrock noted for The Nation, the company does “everything from analyzing signals for the NSA to tracking down suspected enemy fighters for US Special Forces in the Middle East and Africa” and, following its merger with Lockheed and consequential partnership with Cybereason, became “the largest of five corporations that together employ nearly 80 percent of the private-sector employees contracted to work for US spy and surveillance agencies.” Shorrock also notes that these private-sector contractors now dominate the mammoth U.S. surveillance apparatus, many of them working for Leidos and — by extension — using Cybereason’s software.
Leidos’ exclusive use of Cybereason software for cybersecurity is also relevant for the U.S. military since Leidos runs a number of sensitive systems for the Pentagon, including its recently inked contract to manage the entire military telecommunications infrastructure for Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). In addition to maintaining the military telecom network, Cybereason is also directly partnered with World Wide Technologies (WWT) as of this past October. WWT manages cybersecurity for the U.S. Army, maintains DISA’s firewalls and data storage as well as the U.S. Air Force’s biometric identification system. WWT also manages contracts for NASA, itself a frequent target of Israeli government espionage, and the U.S. Navy. WWT’s partnership is similar to the Lockheed/Leidos partnership in that Cybereason’s software is now completely integrated into its portfolio, giving the company full access to the devices on all of these highly classified networks.
Many of these new partnerships with Cybereason, including its partnership with WWT, followed claims made by members of Israel’s Unit 8200 in 2017 that the popular antivirus software of Kaspersky Labs contained a backdoor for Russian intelligence, thereby compromising U.S. systems. The Wall Street Journal was the first to report on the alleged backdoor but did not mention the involvement of Unit 8200 in identifying it, a fact revealed by the New York Times a week later.
Notably, none of the evidence Unit 8200 used to blame Kaspersky has been made public and Kaspersky noted that it was actually Israeli hackers that had been discovered planting backdoors into its platform prior to the accusation levied against Kaspersky by Unit 8200. As the New York Times noted:
Investigators later discovered that the Israeli hackers had implanted multiple back doors into Kaspersky’s systems, employing sophisticated tools to steal passwords, take screenshots, and vacuum up emails and documents.”
Unit 8200’s claims ultimately led the U.S. government to abandon Kaspersky’s products entirely in 2018, allowing companies like Cybereason (with its own close ties to Unit 8200) to fill the void. Indeed, the very agencies that banned Kaspersky now use cybersecurity software that employs Cybereason’s EDR system. No flags have been raised about Cybereason’s own collaboration with the very foreign intelligence service that first pointed the finger at Kaspersky and that previously sold software with backdoors to sensitive U.S. facilities.

SoftBank, Cybereason and the Vision Fund

While its entry into the U.S. market and U.S. government networks is substantial, Cybereason’s software is also run throughout the world on a massive scale through partnerships that have seen it enter into Latin American and European markets in major ways in just the last few months. It has also seen its software become prominent in Asia following a partnership with the company Trustwave. Much of this rapid expansion followed a major injection of cash courtesy of one of the company’s biggest clients and now its largest investor, Japan’s SoftBank.
SoftBank first invested in Cybereason in 2015, the same year Lockheed Martin initially invested and partnered with the firm. It was also the year that SoftBank announced its intention to invest in Israeli tech start-ups. SoftBank first injected $50 million into Cybereason, followed by an additional $100 million in 2017 and $200 million last August. SoftBank’s investments account for most of the moneyraised by the company since it was founded in 2012 ($350 million out of $400 million total).
Prior to investing, Softbank was a client of Cybereason, which Ken Miyauchi, president of SoftBank, noted when making the following statement after Softbank’s initial investment in Cybereason:
SoftBank works to obtain cutting edge technology and outstanding business models to lead the Information Revolution. Our deployment of the Cybereason platform internally gave us firsthand knowledge of the value it provides, and led to our decision to invest. I’m confident Cybereason and SoftBank’s new product offering will bring a new level of security to Japanese organizations.”
SoftBank — one of Japan’s largest telecommunications companies — not only began to deploy Cybereason internally but directly partnered with it after investing, much like Lockheed Martin had done around the same time. This partnership resulted in SoftBank and Cybereason creating a joint venture in Japan and Cybereason creating partnerships with other tech companies acquired by SoftBank, including the U.K.’s Arm, which specializes in making chips and management platforms for Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
SoftBank’s interest in Cybereason is significant, particularly in light of Cybereason’s interest in the 2020 U.S. election, given that SoftBank has significant ties to key allies of President Trump and even the president himself.
Indeed, SoftBank’s Masayoshi Son was among the first wave of international business leaders who sought to woo then-president-elect Trump soon after the 2016 election. Son first visited Trump Tower in December 2016 and announced, with Trump by his side in the building’s lobby, that SoftBank would invest $50 billion in the U.S. and create 50,000 jobs. Trump subsequently claimed on Twitter that Son had only decided to make this investment because Trump had won the election.
Son told reporters at the time that the investment would come from a $100 billion fund that would be created in partnership with Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund as well as other investors. “I just came to celebrate his new job. I said, ‘This is great. The US will become great again,’” Son said, according to reports.
Then, in March of 2017, Son sent top SoftBank executives to meet with senior members of Trump’s economic team and, according to the New York Times, “the SoftBank executives said that because of a lack of advanced digital investments, the competitiveness of the United States economy was at risk. And the executives made the case, quite strongly, that Mr. Son was committed to playing a major role in addressing this issue through a spate of job-creating investments.” Many of SoftBank’s investments and acquisitions in the U.S. since then have focused mainly on artificial intelligence and technology with military applications, such as “killer robot” firm Boston Dynamics, suggesting Son’s interest lies more in dominating futuristic military-industrial technologies than creating jobs for the average American.
After their initial meeting, Trump and Son met again a year later in June 2018, with Trump stating that “His [Son’s] $50 billion turned out to be $72 billion so far, he’s not finished yet.” Several media reports have claimed that Son’s moves since Trump’s election have sought to “curry favor” with the President.
Through the creation of this fund alongside the Saudis, SoftBank has since become increasingly intertwined with Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman (MBS), a key ally of President Trump in the Middle East known for his authoritarian crackdowns on Saudi elites and dissidents alike. The ties between Saudi Arabia and SoftBank became ever tighter when MBS took the reins in the oil kingdom and after SoftBank announced the launch of the Vision Fund in 2016. SoftBank’s Vision Fund is a vehicle for investing in hi-tech companies and start-ups and its largest shareholder is the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia. Notably, Son decided to launch the Vision Fund in Riyadh during President Trump’s first official visit to the Gulf Kingdom.
In addition, the Mubadala Investment Company, a government fund of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), gave $15 billion to the Vision Fund. UAE leadership also share close ties to the Trump administration and MBS in Saudi Arabia.
As a consequence, SoftBank’s Vision Fund is majority funded by two Middle Eastern authoritarian governments with close ties to the U.S. government, specifically the Trump administration. In addition, both countries have enjoyed the rapid growth and normalization of ties with the state of Israel in recent years, particularly following the rise of current Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman and Jared Kushner’s rise to prominence in his father-in-law’s administration. Other investments in the Vision Fund have come from Apple, Qualcomm and Oracle’s Larry Ellison, all tech companies with strong ties to Israel’s government.
The Saudi and Emirati governments’ links to the Vision Fund are so obvious that even mainstream outlets like the New York Times have described them as a “front for Saudi Arabia and perhaps other countries in the Middle East.”
SoftBank also enjoys close ties to Jared Kushner, with Fortress Investment Group lending $57 million to Kushner Companies in October 2017 while it was under contract to be acquired by SoftBank. As Barron’s noted at the time:
When SoftBank Group bought Fortress Investment Group last year, the Japanese company was buying access to a corps of seasoned investors. What SoftBank also got is a financial tie to the family of President Donald Trump’s senior advisor and son-in-law, Jared Kushner.”
According to The Real Deal, Kushner Companies obtained the financing from Fortress only after its attempts to obtain funding through the EB-5 visa programfor a specific real estate venture were abandoned after the U.S. Attorney and the Securities and Exchange Commission began to investigate how Kushner Companies used the EB-5 investor visa program. A key factor in the opening of that investigation was Kushner Companies’ representatives touting Jared Kushner’s position at the White House when talking to prospective investors and lenders.
SoftBank also recently came to the aid of a friend of Jared Kushner, former CEO of WeWork Adam Neumann. Neumann made shocking claims about his ties to both Kushner and Saudi Arabia’s MBS, even asserting that he had worked with both in creating Kushner’s long-awaited and controversial Middle East “peace plan” and claimed that he, Kushner and MBS would together “save the world.” Neumann previously called Kushner his “mentor.” MBS has also discussed on several occasions his close ties with Kushner and U.S. media reports have noted the frequent correspondence between the two “princelings.”
Notably, SoftBank invested in Neumann’s WeWork using money from the Saudi-dominated Vision Fund and later went on to essentially bail the company out after its IPO collapse and Neumann was pushed out. SoftBank’s founder, Masayoshi Son, had an odd yet very close relationship with Neumann, perhaps explaining why Neumann was allowed to walk with $1.7 billion after bringing WeWork to the brink of collapse. Notably, nearly half of SoftBank’s approximately $47 billion investments in the U.S. economy since Trump’s election, went to acquiring and then bailing out WeWork. It is unlikely that such a disastrous investment resulted in the level of job creation that Son had promised Trump in 2016.
Given that it is Cybereason’s top investor and shareholder by a large margin, SoftBank’s ties to the Trump administration and key allies of that administration are significant in light of Cybereason’s odd interest in 2020 U.S. election scenarios that end with the cancellation of this year’s upcoming presidential election. It goes without saying that the cancellation of the election would mean a continuation of the Trump administration until new elections would take place.
Furthermore, with Cybereason’s close and enduring ties to Israeli military intelligence now well-documented, it is worth asking if Israeli military intelligence would consider intervening in 2020 if the still-to-be-decided Democratic contender was strongly opposed to Israeli government policy, particularly Israel’s military occupation of Palestine. This is especially worth considering given revelations that sexual blackmailer and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who targeted prominent U.S. politicians, mostly Democrats, was in the employ of Israeli military intelligence.
Notably, Cybereason’s doomsday election scenarios involved the weaponization of deep fakes, self-driving cars and the hacking Internet of Things devices, with all of those technologies being pioneered and perfected — not by Russia, China or Iran — but by companies directly tied to Israeli intelligence, much like Cybereason itself. These companies, their technology and Cybereason’s own work creating the narrative that U.S. rival states seek to undermine the U.S. election in this way, will all be discussed in the conclusion of MintPress’ series on Cybereason and its outsized interest in the U.S. democratic process.
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2020.07.21 02:12 Soupers0ul Lord of the Underworld by Breana Renae Besemer

I was fifteen years old, smoking pot with my friends in Anna's bedroom. It was
her dad's pot we hadn't known at the time was laced with something, probably
crack.
I'd just taken a large hit from the bong when we were listening to the hidden
track of Antichrist Superstar by Marilyn Manson. My mind was suddenly
transported to another dimension. I was no longer present in Anna's room in that
moment of time.
What I saw first was darkness. Then a sort of tunnel appeared to run through the
darkness like a river. The lighting in this tunnel was red, or fiery perhaps,
except there were no flames. The river I saw was not running with water but with
creatures that would have seemed human if not for their horrific degradation of
skin and deformity of bone structure. They moved in a marching fashion much like
how a mass of zombies would, crippled by the weight of mindless bodies but
progressing forward nonetheless.
They were chanting in a way that reminded me of Hitler's army as they paraded
down this cavern-like darkness. It was in that instant that I noticed a tall
figure in among the crowd. It seemed for a second he was standing above it, but
he wasn't. He was dressed all in black with a black top hat, and his back was
bent or disfigured so that he stooped over these creatures that were like
midgets in comparison.
To this day I haven't listened to the hidden track to verify this, but if I'm
right, the next part of my vision would indicate that what I witnessed was the
visuals of the recording on Antichrist Superstar simply called Track 99. This
would explain why the figure in the top hat had long black hair. In my
observation, he wasn't the same as Marilyn Manson. Rather, Manson mimicked his
likeness and fashion during this particular phase of music.
The figure made a display in which he clutched himself as if siezed by
tremendous pain where his heart would be. His voice boomed over distorted sounds
of shouting, his legion reacting in unison as if this spectacle marked a long
anticipated victory. "Something has grown in my chest!" The declaration was one
middle part of a grand speech, but it was the only phrase extracted from the
rest, set apart in tone and relevance. The surrounding cries of praise were too
loud to hear more, and I was suddenly jerked back into my body in the corner of
Anna's room.
My friends asked me questions, wearing nervous expressions as they pried in vain
to know what happened. Meanwhile, all I could do was laugh and cry at the same
time. I was completely helpless for the duration of my hysteria which lasted
about twenty minutes. It felt endless. Even finally returning to my senses
enough to form a sentence, I was shaky for several hours afterwards. When I
tried to explain what I'd experienced, my friends looked at me worriedly as if
they thought I might do something crazy. I remember one of them hid a knife from
me. Later, they tried to laugh it off, but I could see right through them. I'd
scared the fucking shit out of them.
This was my first encounter with the figure in the top hat which seemed to have
initiated a series of astral dreams over the course of the next decade in which
I shared a profound discourse involving travel to realms beyond the mundane. I
knew him in my juvenile mind simply as the dark lord.
In those dreams he spoke very little, mostly showed me things. What he informed
me then I'm aware of now in my wiser years as the somewhat exaggerated opinions
that a faction of being had adopted of the human race. I recognized by his
agency that I'd appointed myself as one of the few who might potentially do
something to change the dark one's mind.
I was still very young and unworldly, or otherworldly, in my characteristics. My
only real life impressions or skills had been developed remotely, almost
entirely through the realm of dreams and make-believe. It was as easy for me to
show him the intimacy of a will and capacity to understand as it would have been
had I been talking to my best friend.
Of course, I was forever endowed with a heavy attraction to this secret lord of
my own evolving psychic underworld. Still, he never took advantage of my
affections to harm or traumatize me in any way. If anything, he left me quite
alone, rejecting my advances the closer I came. Whether or not I would seek him
by default of living in a psychotic universe is a nullen debate. After all my
persuits, calling, begging, even at once to be possessed, I was thrown away,
pushed down the chute, out of the womb, always forced to live by my own devices
and return to the light.
What act can be more deserving of my respect? For as childish as I believed
myself to be, it was this childishness that he cherished. It marked me with a
purity. My own thoughtful spirit sent me back to face reality by myself. Each
time, he could have defiled it, could have turned me into just one more offering
of men. Instead he watched me slowly raise myself out of the meat pit I'd made
of my body, a feat, no doubt, that he watches still as I continue to work off
the remnants of what might have been.
However stupid my story may sound to the reader, my honesty or naivety, my
intention remains to never quash such a thing of beauty as the love that can be
held for this one, no matter whom or what you believe him to be. I can only hope
that it still rings true for all it's worth, still speaks to what is most
precious and indestructible in a human being.
You may ask, what? Fascination? Call it what you will. Call it fantasy. I call
it wonder and imagination. I never stopped wondering what was growing in his
chest. In my head, it is exactly those things that make life magical;
fascination, fantasy, wonder, imagination. Without them, we are dead. In my
head, if he began to feel anything of this nature by some miracle, he could
love. A heart would grow there. Is it possible?
Who else would imagine such things? Who else would imagine such things for me?
Who else would imagine such things with me? Who else?
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2020.07.03 23:41 leafyshark 7 Best Social Media Marketing Tools 2020

Finding the right Social Media Marketing tools is a challenge. You end up learning the ins and outs of each tool before realising it isn’t working as you expected. Somehow it’s costing you more time and money than it’s saving! Trust me, I’ve been there. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of the 7 best paid social media marketing tools I use on a daily basis.
Posting on social media and creating ads is one of the most time-consuming things in the beginning stages of running a social media marketing agency. Let’s put aside running the actual business for a second. You need to do the dirty work to get ahead, at least in the beginning, and that can often take up hours upon hours of your day. Then you can finally focus on the business admin, your own branding and marketing, and everything else.
I bet you’d much rather spend more time on growing your business and creating a rock solid brand! With the right tools, you can. You can become a super-efficient social media manager with plenty of time to catch up on the important stuff.
There’s a whole host of tools, apps and software developed specifically to make your life as a social media agency owner easier. I haven’t tried and tested them all, but I’ve tried and tested a lot.
Here are my top picks for social media tools in 2020 that I use on a daily basis.
  1. Grammarly.
At the number 1 spot we have quite possibly the best social media marketing tools there is. No matter what field you’re in, grammatically correct writing is important, and that’s especially true for social media. You don’t want to be that person who makes a social media blunder!
Grammarly is the go-to tool for quality control when it comes to writing your posts or ads. The cost of making a spelling mistake or a grammatical error on a social media post or ad can indeed range from total embarrassment to completely destroying a brand’s reputation, or both.
If you’re the dedicated account manager for multiple social media accounts, then you’ll be writing a lot, and you may have found yourself accidentally making silly grammatical errors from time to time. We all do it, it’s human, but they can end up having some pretty dire consequences.
Get Grammarly to ensure it never happens again. Take human error out of the equation. You’ll never have to worry about making a spelling mistake, you just have to open up Grammarly and write it there. Grammarly conveniently offers a mobile app, a desktop app, a browser app and a Chrome extension!
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  1. Flick.
Flick is hands down the best hashtag generator app around, and it’s available on both mobile and desktop. It’s a true game changer. Not only does it save you plenty of time choosing the perfect hashtags for your post, it is also a one-stop-shop for Instagram analytics. If you’re looking for an app that’ll make your life easier, look no further. Flick to the rescue!There are many free hashtag generators out there – I can certainly think of a few off the top of my head. But the old adage “you get what you pay for” really rings true here. Flick allows you to generate 30 relevant hashtags (the Instagram limit) and copy them with the click of a button.Gone are the times where you unwillingly look at your phone trying to think of 30 new hashtags. This is the ultimate tool for obliterating the painstaking process of finding hashtags, and also offers some pretty cool resources as well as a sleek analytics interface inside, so you know how your hashtags are performing.
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Brand manager, viral page owner, social media manager, creator or influencer. Whatever you’re doing with your life, social media hashtags is the last thing you want to be spending your time doing. Focus on what matters. Seriously. Let Flick do the hashtag generating for you.
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This app offers 4 pricing plans all of which are billed monthly. It also offers an enticing free trial so you get to try before you buy.
  1. AdSpy.
Take the guesswork out of creating the perfect Facebook or Instagram ad. Use AdSpy to learn from your competitors ads, evaluate their performance based on the important metrics that AdSpy provides, and see what advertisers are doing when it comes to designing ad creative and writing sales-worthy text copy for social media.
AdSpy allows you to browse through a large database of social media ad archives and to see all of the high-performing social media ads in your niche. With their comprehensive search filter, you can search using a host of filters to get the nitty gritty details on current and past ads in just about any niche, and in any country! Take a look at the search queries you can choose from below.
This fantastic tool can be used for competitor analysis, for coming up with ideas, and for making sure you’re not wasting time writing an ad that will underperform. Don’t reinvent the wheel. Instead, see what works and change it to suit your business. Why spend hours upon hours thinking of the perfect ad copy and the perfect video, image or design when you can easily become a social media advertising mogul at the click of a button?
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AdSpy is a must-have for absolutely anyone running Facebook or Instagram ads. When it comes to social media competitor analysis tools, there are few and far between. And those that are available are no match compared with AdSpy. It’s up to you as an entrepreneur to take advantage of the data that’s available, and take your advertising game to the next level. AdSpy helps you do just that.
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  1. PromoRepublic.
An all-in-one social media management tool. PromoRepublic have developed a neat piece of software that makes managing social media accounts easy. If you’re at the stage where you’re looking to scale your social media marketing agency but you need more time on your hands to do so, then PromoRepublic has got you covered. Here’s what Marilyn Heywood Page, VP of Marketing at Inciting Marketing had to say about the product:
“The back-and-forth process, when talking about a dozen different clients drove us insane. Marketing management seemed like a relentless end-to-end routine — clunky, complicated, and circular. For a single client, PromoRepublic has saved us at least two hours a week, which were previously spent on alternating processes.”
And I could not agree more. Simplifying the communication within your own agency is a surefire way to become a more efficient and cost-effective agency, and to grow. PromoRepublic will save you so much time so you can focus on priorities.
Best For:
PromoRepublic is a great bit of kit if you’re running a business or working as a freelancer. It is suitable for all small businesses and of course, social media marketing agencies especially. PromoRepublic also states on its website that multi-location brands and franchisors will benefit from its social media management tool.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
PromoRepublic are offering a 14-day free trial too!
  1. Leadpages.
I’ve classed Leadpages as one of the best social media marketing tools because it has helped me build massive email lists for our clients. Quickly host and manage landing pages for a variety of use cases. Collect valuable data by combining Leadpages with the Facebook Pixel. Generate more business by having a professional landing page for your marketing campaign.
Whether you’re at pre-marketing stage or running a social media giveaway, Leadpages is a tool you should have in your arsenal. Directing traffic to a Leadpages landing page is one of the best ways to convert users into customers, proven by a huge track record of over 40,000 businesses using Leadpages for their marketing.
Leadpages has established itself as one of the leading landing page software tools out there and it makes it easy to set up beautiful landing pages, customise them, and have them published online in a matter of minutes.
Best For:
I can safely say this tool is great for anyone looking to add a competitive edge to their marketing efforts. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, head of marketing, or an artist looking to promote your brand, you will benefit from using Leadpages.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
Leadpages offers multiple tiers of annual and yearly plans as shown above. As with most software, the most cost-effective route is to pay annually – this equates to a total of 39% discount compared with the monthly payment plan.
Right now Leadpages are offering a 14-day free trial which also comes with a free domain name if you purchase the annual subscription.
  1. Mojo.
Mojo is a video-editing app. It’s currently available for both Android and iOS devices, and you should thank your lucky stars it is! Create flashy and impressive looking video content for social media and prepare to be complimented by your client for the work you produce – I am speaking from experience here.
Mojo is by far one of the most comprehensive video editing mobile apps. It has great customer support and they’re very responsive to your requests. I say this because I requested a feature and it was in the update. You can be sure that this app has got you covered when it comes to creating cool social media content, and in particular, Instagram story content.
Best For:
This tool is perfect for content creators and social media account managers who are in charge of accounts from 1k to 1m followers – seriously. If you’re posting on social media, regularly uploading stories to Instagram, Facebook or even posting on TikTok – then this app is a no-brainer. This app is particularly effective for getting users to use the Swipe Up feature on stories.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
This app also offers a free trial!
  1. Videoshop.
Videoshop is a mobile only app and was built by developers with some branding ingenuity. Just like Photoshop, as its name suggests, the app is comprehensive and feature-rich. It does a fantastic job at bringing the main features of desktop video editing software right into a powerful mobile application. Who’d have thought that was possible? It’s just what we’ve always wanted.
This app is more appropriate for you if you are always creating videos with the end goal of posting them on social media. I don’t use it so much for creating story content. I often need to cut and chop videos and add some music to them, that’s it. Using this app is so much faster than loading up Final Cut Pro X or Premiere Pro.
If you have ever tried to download a video editing app only to find out that it is utterly useless, and that you wasted half an hour of your valuable time, then we have shared this very common frustration. Invest your time and money into a quality product and it’ll pay for itself over within a few weeks, and that’s especially true with Videoshop.
Best For:
This app will impress even the most seasoned of video editors, content creators, and social media account managers. You simply don’t know what you’re missing until you give it a shot.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
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2020.07.03 23:40 leafyshark 7 Best Social Media Marketing Tools 2020

Finding the right Social Media Marketing tools is a challenge. You end up learning the ins and outs of each tool before realising it isn’t working as you expected. Somehow it’s costing you more time and money than it’s saving! Trust me, I’ve been there. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of the 7 best paid social media marketing tools I use on a daily basis.
Posting on social media and creating ads is one of the most time-consuming things in the beginning stages of running a social media marketing agency. Let’s put aside running the actual business for a second. You need to do the dirty work to get ahead, at least in the beginning, and that can often take up hours upon hours of your day. Then you can finally focus on the business admin, your own branding and marketing, and everything else.
I bet you’d much rather spend more time on growing your business and creating a rock solid brand! With the right tools, you can. You can become a super-efficient social media manager with plenty of time to catch up on the important stuff.
There’s a whole host of tools, apps and software developed specifically to make your life as a social media agency owner easier. I haven’t tried and tested them all, but I’ve tried and tested a lot.
Here are my top picks for social media tools in 2020 that I use on a daily basis.
  1. Grammarly.
At the number 1 spot we have quite possibly the best social media marketing tools there is. No matter what field you’re in, grammatically correct writing is important, and that’s especially true for social media. You don’t want to be that person who makes a social media blunder!
Grammarly is the go-to tool for quality control when it comes to writing your posts or ads. The cost of making a spelling mistake or a grammatical error on a social media post or ad can indeed range from total embarrassment to completely destroying a brand’s reputation, or both.
If you’re the dedicated account manager for multiple social media accounts, then you’ll be writing a lot, and you may have found yourself accidentally making silly grammatical errors from time to time. We all do it, it’s human, but they can end up having some pretty dire consequences.
Get Grammarly to ensure it never happens again. Take human error out of the equation. You’ll never have to worry about making a spelling mistake, you just have to open up Grammarly and write it there. Grammarly conveniently offers a mobile app, a desktop app, a browser app and a Chrome extension!
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
  1. Flick.
Flick is hands down the best hashtag generator app around, and it’s available on both mobile and desktop. It’s a true game changer. Not only does it save you plenty of time choosing the perfect hashtags for your post, it is also a one-stop-shop for Instagram analytics. If you’re looking for an app that’ll make your life easier, look no further. Flick to the rescue!There are many free hashtag generators out there – I can certainly think of a few off the top of my head. But the old adage “you get what you pay for” really rings true here. Flick allows you to generate 30 relevant hashtags (the Instagram limit) and copy them with the click of a button.Gone are the times where you unwillingly look at your phone trying to think of 30 new hashtags. This is the ultimate tool for obliterating the painstaking process of finding hashtags, and also offers some pretty cool resources as well as a sleek analytics interface inside, so you know how your hashtags are performing.
Best For:
Brand manager, viral page owner, social media manager, creator or influencer. Whatever you’re doing with your life, social media hashtags is the last thing you want to be spending your time doing. Focus on what matters. Seriously. Let Flick do the hashtag generating for you.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
This app offers 4 pricing plans all of which are billed monthly. It also offers an enticing free trial so you get to try before you buy.
  1. AdSpy.
Take the guesswork out of creating the perfect Facebook or Instagram ad. Use AdSpy to learn from your competitors ads, evaluate their performance based on the important metrics that AdSpy provides, and see what advertisers are doing when it comes to designing ad creative and writing sales-worthy text copy for social media.
AdSpy allows you to browse through a large database of social media ad archives and to see all of the high-performing social media ads in your niche. With their comprehensive search filter, you can search using a host of filters to get the nitty gritty details on current and past ads in just about any niche, and in any country! Take a look at the search queries you can choose from below.
This fantastic tool can be used for competitor analysis, for coming up with ideas, and for making sure you’re not wasting time writing an ad that will underperform. Don’t reinvent the wheel. Instead, see what works and change it to suit your business. Why spend hours upon hours thinking of the perfect ad copy and the perfect video, image or design when you can easily become a social media advertising mogul at the click of a button?
Best For:
AdSpy is a must-have for absolutely anyone running Facebook or Instagram ads. When it comes to social media competitor analysis tools, there are few and far between. And those that are available are no match compared with AdSpy. It’s up to you as an entrepreneur to take advantage of the data that’s available, and take your advertising game to the next level. AdSpy helps you do just that.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
  1. PromoRepublic.
An all-in-one social media management tool. PromoRepublic have developed a neat piece of software that makes managing social media accounts easy. If you’re at the stage where you’re looking to scale your social media marketing agency but you need more time on your hands to do so, then PromoRepublic has got you covered. Here’s what Marilyn Heywood Page, VP of Marketing at Inciting Marketing had to say about the product:
“The back-and-forth process, when talking about a dozen different clients drove us insane. Marketing management seemed like a relentless end-to-end routine — clunky, complicated, and circular. For a single client, PromoRepublic has saved us at least two hours a week, which were previously spent on alternating processes.”
And I could not agree more. Simplifying the communication within your own agency is a surefire way to become a more efficient and cost-effective agency, and to grow. PromoRepublic will save you so much time so you can focus on priorities.
Best For:
PromoRepublic is a great bit of kit if you’re running a business or working as a freelancer. It is suitable for all small businesses and of course, social media marketing agencies especially. PromoRepublic also states on its website that multi-location brands and franchisors will benefit from its social media management tool.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
PromoRepublic are offering a 14-day free trial too!
  1. Leadpages.
I’ve classed Leadpages as one of the best social media marketing tools because it has helped me build massive email lists for our clients. Quickly host and manage landing pages for a variety of use cases. Collect valuable data by combining Leadpages with the Facebook Pixel. Generate more business by having a professional landing page for your marketing campaign.
Whether you’re at pre-marketing stage or running a social media giveaway, Leadpages is a tool you should have in your arsenal. Directing traffic to a Leadpages landing page is one of the best ways to convert users into customers, proven by a huge track record of over 40,000 businesses using Leadpages for their marketing.
Leadpages has established itself as one of the leading landing page software tools out there and it makes it easy to set up beautiful landing pages, customise them, and have them published online in a matter of minutes.
Best For:
I can safely say this tool is great for anyone looking to add a competitive edge to their marketing efforts. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, head of marketing, or an artist looking to promote your brand, you will benefit from using Leadpages.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
Leadpages offers multiple tiers of annual and yearly plans as shown above. As with most software, the most cost-effective route is to pay annually – this equates to a total of 39% discount compared with the monthly payment plan.
Right now Leadpages are offering a 14-day free trial which also comes with a free domain name if you purchase the annual subscription.
  1. Mojo.
Mojo is a video-editing app. It’s currently available for both Android and iOS devices, and you should thank your lucky stars it is! Create flashy and impressive looking video content for social media and prepare to be complimented by your client for the work you produce – I am speaking from experience here.
Mojo is by far one of the most comprehensive video editing mobile apps. It has great customer support and they’re very responsive to your requests. I say this because I requested a feature and it was in the update. You can be sure that this app has got you covered when it comes to creating cool social media content, and in particular, Instagram story content.
Best For:
This tool is perfect for content creators and social media account managers who are in charge of accounts from 1k to 1m followers – seriously. If you’re posting on social media, regularly uploading stories to Instagram, Facebook or even posting on TikTok – then this app is a no-brainer. This app is particularly effective for getting users to use the Swipe Up feature on stories.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
This app also offers a free trial!
  1. Videoshop.
Videoshop is a mobile only app and was built by developers with some branding ingenuity. Just like Photoshop, as its name suggests, the app is comprehensive and feature-rich. It does a fantastic job at bringing the main features of desktop video editing software right into a powerful mobile application. Who’d have thought that was possible? It’s just what we’ve always wanted.
This app is more appropriate for you if you are always creating videos with the end goal of posting them on social media. I don’t use it so much for creating story content. I often need to cut and chop videos and add some music to them, that’s it. Using this app is so much faster than loading up Final Cut Pro X or Premiere Pro.
If you have ever tried to download a video editing app only to find out that it is utterly useless, and that you wasted half an hour of your valuable time, then we have shared this very common frustration. Invest your time and money into a quality product and it’ll pay for itself over within a few weeks, and that’s especially true with Videoshop.
Best For:
This app will impress even the most seasoned of video editors, content creators, and social media account managers. You simply don’t know what you’re missing until you give it a shot.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
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2020.07.03 23:39 leafyshark 7 Best Social Media Marketing Tools 2020

Finding the right Social Media Marketing tools is a challenge. You end up learning the ins and outs of each tool before realising it isn’t working as you expected. Somehow it’s costing you more time and money than it’s saving! Trust me, I’ve been there. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of the 7 best paid social media marketing tools I use on a daily basis.
Posting on social media and creating ads is one of the most time-consuming things in the beginning stages of running a social media marketing agency. Let’s put aside running the actual business for a second. You need to do the dirty work to get ahead, at least in the beginning, and that can often take up hours upon hours of your day. Then you can finally focus on the business admin, your own branding and marketing, and everything else.
I bet you’d much rather spend more time on growing your business and creating a rock solid brand! With the right tools, you can. You can become a super-efficient social media manager with plenty of time to catch up on the important stuff.
There’s a whole host of tools, apps and software developed specifically to make your life as a social media agency owner easier. I haven’t tried and tested them all, but I’ve tried and tested a lot.
Here are my top picks for social media tools in 2020 that I use on a daily basis.
  1. Grammarly.
At the number 1 spot we have quite possibly the best social media marketing tools there is. No matter what field you’re in, grammatically correct writing is important, and that’s especially true for social media. You don’t want to be that person who makes a social media blunder!
Grammarly is the go-to tool for quality control when it comes to writing your posts or ads. The cost of making a spelling mistake or a grammatical error on a social media post or ad can indeed range from total embarrassment to completely destroying a brand’s reputation, or both.
If you’re the dedicated account manager for multiple social media accounts, then you’ll be writing a lot, and you may have found yourself accidentally making silly grammatical errors from time to time. We all do it, it’s human, but they can end up having some pretty dire consequences.
Get Grammarly to ensure it never happens again. Take human error out of the equation. You’ll never have to worry about making a spelling mistake, you just have to open up Grammarly and write it there. Grammarly conveniently offers a mobile app, a desktop app, a browser app and a Chrome extension!
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
  1. Flick.
Flick is hands down the best hashtag generator app around, and it’s available on both mobile and desktop. It’s a true game changer. Not only does it save you plenty of time choosing the perfect hashtags for your post, it is also a one-stop-shop for Instagram analytics. If you’re looking for an app that’ll make your life easier, look no further. Flick to the rescue!There are many free hashtag generators out there – I can certainly think of a few off the top of my head. But the old adage “you get what you pay for” really rings true here. Flick allows you to generate 30 relevant hashtags (the Instagram limit) and copy them with the click of a button.Gone are the times where you unwillingly look at your phone trying to think of 30 new hashtags. This is the ultimate tool for obliterating the painstaking process of finding hashtags, and also offers some pretty cool resources as well as a sleek analytics interface inside, so you know how your hashtags are performing.
Best For:
Brand manager, viral page owner, social media manager, creator or influencer. Whatever you’re doing with your life, social media hashtags is the last thing you want to be spending your time doing. Focus on what matters. Seriously. Let Flick do the hashtag generating for you.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
This app offers 4 pricing plans all of which are billed monthly. It also offers an enticing free trial so you get to try before you buy.
  1. AdSpy.
Take the guesswork out of creating the perfect Facebook or Instagram ad. Use AdSpy to learn from your competitors ads, evaluate their performance based on the important metrics that AdSpy provides, and see what advertisers are doing when it comes to designing ad creative and writing sales-worthy text copy for social media.
AdSpy allows you to browse through a large database of social media ad archives and to see all of the high-performing social media ads in your niche. With their comprehensive search filter, you can search using a host of filters to get the nitty gritty details on current and past ads in just about any niche, and in any country! Take a look at the search queries you can choose from below.
This fantastic tool can be used for competitor analysis, for coming up with ideas, and for making sure you’re not wasting time writing an ad that will underperform. Don’t reinvent the wheel. Instead, see what works and change it to suit your business. Why spend hours upon hours thinking of the perfect ad copy and the perfect video, image or design when you can easily become a social media advertising mogul at the click of a button?
Best For:
AdSpy is a must-have for absolutely anyone running Facebook or Instagram ads. When it comes to social media competitor analysis tools, there are few and far between. And those that are available are no match compared with AdSpy. It’s up to you as an entrepreneur to take advantage of the data that’s available, and take your advertising game to the next level. AdSpy helps you do just that.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
  1. PromoRepublic.
An all-in-one social media management tool. PromoRepublic have developed a neat piece of software that makes managing social media accounts easy. If you’re at the stage where you’re looking to scale your social media marketing agency but you need more time on your hands to do so, then PromoRepublic has got you covered. Here’s what Marilyn Heywood Page, VP of Marketing at Inciting Marketing had to say about the product:
“The back-and-forth process, when talking about a dozen different clients drove us insane. Marketing management seemed like a relentless end-to-end routine — clunky, complicated, and circular. For a single client, PromoRepublic has saved us at least two hours a week, which were previously spent on alternating processes.”
And I could not agree more. Simplifying the communication within your own agency is a surefire way to become a more efficient and cost-effective agency, and to grow. PromoRepublic will save you so much time so you can focus on priorities.
Best For:
PromoRepublic is a great bit of kit if you’re running a business or working as a freelancer. It is suitable for all small businesses and of course, social media marketing agencies especially. PromoRepublic also states on its website that multi-location brands and franchisors will benefit from its social media management tool.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
PromoRepublic are offering a 14-day free trial too!
  1. Leadpages.
I’ve classed Leadpages as one of the best social media marketing tools because it has helped me build massive email lists for our clients. Quickly host and manage landing pages for a variety of use cases. Collect valuable data by combining Leadpages with the Facebook Pixel. Generate more business by having a professional landing page for your marketing campaign.
Whether you’re at pre-marketing stage or running a social media giveaway, Leadpages is a tool you should have in your arsenal. Directing traffic to a Leadpages landing page is one of the best ways to convert users into customers, proven by a huge track record of over 40,000 businesses using Leadpages for their marketing.
Leadpages has established itself as one of the leading landing page software tools out there and it makes it easy to set up beautiful landing pages, customise them, and have them published online in a matter of minutes.
Best For:
I can safely say this tool is great for anyone looking to add a competitive edge to their marketing efforts. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, head of marketing, or an artist looking to promote your brand, you will benefit from using Leadpages.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
Leadpages offers multiple tiers of annual and yearly plans as shown above. As with most software, the most cost-effective route is to pay annually – this equates to a total of 39% discount compared with the monthly payment plan.
Right now Leadpages are offering a 14-day free trial which also comes with a free domain name if you purchase the annual subscription.
  1. Mojo.
Mojo is a video-editing app. It’s currently available for both Android and iOS devices, and you should thank your lucky stars it is! Create flashy and impressive looking video content for social media and prepare to be complimented by your client for the work you produce – I am speaking from experience here.
Mojo is by far one of the most comprehensive video editing mobile apps. It has great customer support and they’re very responsive to your requests. I say this because I requested a feature and it was in the update. You can be sure that this app has got you covered when it comes to creating cool social media content, and in particular, Instagram story content.
Best For:
This tool is perfect for content creators and social media account managers who are in charge of accounts from 1k to 1m followers – seriously. If you’re posting on social media, regularly uploading stories to Instagram, Facebook or even posting on TikTok – then this app is a no-brainer. This app is particularly effective for getting users to use the Swipe Up feature on stories.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
This app also offers a free trial!
  1. Videoshop.
Videoshop is a mobile only app and was built by developers with some branding ingenuity. Just like Photoshop, as its name suggests, the app is comprehensive and feature-rich. It does a fantastic job at bringing the main features of desktop video editing software right into a powerful mobile application. Who’d have thought that was possible? It’s just what we’ve always wanted.
This app is more appropriate for you if you are always creating videos with the end goal of posting them on social media. I don’t use it so much for creating story content. I often need to cut and chop videos and add some music to them, that’s it. Using this app is so much faster than loading up Final Cut Pro X or Premiere Pro.
If you have ever tried to download a video editing app only to find out that it is utterly useless, and that you wasted half an hour of your valuable time, then we have shared this very common frustration. Invest your time and money into a quality product and it’ll pay for itself over within a few weeks, and that’s especially true with Videoshop.
Best For:
This app will impress even the most seasoned of video editors, content creators, and social media account managers. You simply don’t know what you’re missing until you give it a shot.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
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2020.07.03 23:34 leafyshark 7 Best Social Media Marketing Tools 2020

Finding the right Social Media Marketing tools is a challenge. You end up learning the ins and outs of each tool before realising it isn’t working as you expected. Somehow it’s costing you more time and money than it’s saving! Trust me, I’ve been there. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of the 7 best paid social media marketing tools I use on a daily basis.
Posting on social media and creating ads is one of the most time-consuming things in the beginning stages of running a social media marketing agency. Let’s put aside running the actual business for a second. You need to do the dirty work to get ahead, at least in the beginning, and that can often take up hours upon hours of your day. Then you can finally focus on the business admin, your own branding and marketing, and everything else.
I bet you’d much rather spend more time on growing your business and creating a rock solid brand! With the right tools, you can. You can become a super-efficient social media manager with plenty of time to catch up on the important stuff.
There’s a whole host of tools, apps and software developed specifically to make your life as a social media agency owner easier. I haven’t tried and tested them all, but I’ve tried and tested a lot.Here are my top picks for social media tools in 2020 that I use on a daily basis.
  1. Grammarly.
At the number 1 spot we have quite possibly the best social media marketing tools there is. No matter what field you’re in, grammatically correct writing is important, and that’s especially true for social media. You don’t want to be that person who makes a social media blunder!
Grammarly is the go-to tool for quality control when it comes to writing your posts or ads. The cost of making a spelling mistake or a grammatical error on a social media post or ad can indeed range from total embarrassment to completely destroying a brand’s reputation, or both.
If you’re the dedicated account manager for multiple social media accounts, then you’ll be writing a lot, and you may have found yourself accidentally making silly grammatical errors from time to time. We all do it, it’s human, but they can end up having some pretty dire consequences.
Get Grammarly to ensure it never happens again. Take human error out of the equation. You’ll never have to worry about making a spelling mistake, you just have to open up Grammarly and write it there. Grammarly conveniently offers a mobile app, a desktop app, a browser app and a Chrome extension!
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
  1. Flick.
Flick is hands down the best hashtag generator app around, and it’s available on both mobile and desktop. It’s a true game changer. Not only does it save you plenty of time choosing the perfect hashtags for your post, it is also a one-stop-shop for Instagram analytics. If you’re looking for an app that’ll make your life easier, look no further. Flick to the rescue!There are many free hashtag generators out there – I can certainly think of a few off the top of my head. But the old adage “you get what you pay for” really rings true here. Flick allows you to generate 30 relevant hashtags (the Instagram limit) and copy them with the click of a button.Gone are the times where you unwillingly look at your phone trying to think of 30 new hashtags. This is the ultimate tool for obliterating the painstaking process of finding hashtags, and also offers some pretty cool resources as well as a sleek analytics interface inside, so you know how your hashtags are performing.
Best For:
Brand manager, viral page owner, social media manager, creator or influencer. Whatever you’re doing with your life, social media hashtags is the last thing you want to be spending your time doing. Focus on what matters. Seriously. Let Flick do the hashtag generating for you.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
This app offers 4 pricing plans all of which are billed monthly. It also offers an enticing free trial so you get to try before you buy.
  1. AdSpy.
Take the guesswork out of creating the perfect Facebook or Instagram ad. Use AdSpy to learn from your competitors ads, evaluate their performance based on the important metrics that AdSpy provides, and see what advertisers are doing when it comes to designing ad creative and writing sales-worthy text copy for social media.
AdSpy allows you to browse through a large database of social media ad archives and to see all of the high-performing social media ads in your niche. With their comprehensive search filter, you can search using a host of filters to get the nitty gritty details on current and past ads in just about any niche, and in any country! Take a look at the search queries you can choose from below.
This fantastic tool can be used for competitor analysis, for coming up with ideas, and for making sure you’re not wasting time writing an ad that will underperform. Don’t reinvent the wheel. Instead, see what works and change it to suit your business. Why spend hours upon hours thinking of the perfect ad copy and the perfect video, image or design when you can easily become a social media advertising mogul at the click of a button?
Best For:
AdSpy is a must-have for absolutely anyone running Facebook or Instagram ads. When it comes to social media competitor analysis tools, there are few and far between. And those that are available are no match compared with AdSpy. It’s up to you as an entrepreneur to take advantage of the data that’s available, and take your advertising game to the next level. AdSpy helps you do just that.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
  1. PromoRepublic.
An all-in-one social media management tool. PromoRepublic have developed a neat piece of software that makes managing social media accounts easy. If you’re at the stage where you’re looking to scale your social media marketing agency but you need more time on your hands to do so, then PromoRepublic has got you covered. Here’s what Marilyn Heywood Page, VP of Marketing at Inciting Marketing had to say about the product:
“The back-and-forth process, when talking about a dozen different clients drove us insane. Marketing management seemed like a relentless end-to-end routine — clunky, complicated, and circular. For a single client, PromoRepublic has saved us at least two hours a week, which were previously spent on alternating processes.”
And I could not agree more. Simplifying the communication within your own agency is a surefire way to become a more efficient and cost-effective agency, and to grow. PromoRepublic will save you so much time so you can focus on priorities.
Best For:
PromoRepublic is a great bit of kit if you’re running a business or working as a freelancer. It is suitable for all small businesses and of course, social media marketing agencies especially. PromoRepublic also states on its website that multi-location brands and franchisors will benefit from its social media management tool.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
PromoRepublic are offering a 14-day free trial too!
  1. Leadpages.
I’ve classed Leadpages as one of the best social media marketing tools because it has helped me build massive email lists for our clients. Quickly host and manage landing pages for a variety of use cases. Collect valuable data by combining Leadpages with the Facebook Pixel. Generate more business by having a professional landing page for your marketing campaign.
Whether you’re at pre-marketing stage or running a social media giveaway, Leadpages is a tool you should have in your arsenal. Directing traffic to a Leadpages landing page is one of the best ways to convert users into customers, proven by a huge track record of over 40,000 businesses using Leadpages for their marketing.
Leadpages has established itself as one of the leading landing page software tools out there and it makes it easy to set up beautiful landing pages, customise them, and have them published online in a matter of minutes.
Best For:
I can safely say this tool is great for anyone looking to add a competitive edge to their marketing efforts. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, head of marketing, or an artist looking to promote your brand, you will benefit from using Leadpages.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
Leadpages offers multiple tiers of annual and yearly plans as shown above. As with most software, the most cost-effective route is to pay annually – this equates to a total of 39% discount compared with the monthly payment plan.
Right now Leadpages are offering a 14-day free trial which also comes with a free domain name if you purchase the annual subscription.
  1. Mojo.
Mojo is a video-editing app. It’s currently available for both Android and iOS devices, and you should thank your lucky stars it is! Create flashy and impressive looking video content for social media and prepare to be complimented by your client for the work you produce – I am speaking from experience here.
Mojo is by far one of the most comprehensive video editing mobile apps. It has great customer support and they’re very responsive to your requests. I say this because I requested a feature and it was in the update. You can be sure that this app has got you covered when it comes to creating cool social media content, and in particular, Instagram story content.
Best For:
This tool is perfect for content creators and social media account managers who are in charge of accounts from 1k to 1m followers – seriously. If you’re posting on social media, regularly uploading stories to Instagram, Facebook or even posting on TikTok – then this app is a no-brainer. This app is particularly effective for getting users to use the Swipe Up feature on stories.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
This app also offers a free trial!
  1. Videoshop.
Videoshop is a mobile only app and was built by developers with some branding ingenuity. Just like Photoshop, as its name suggests, the app is comprehensive and feature-rich. It does a fantastic job at bringing the main features of desktop video editing software right into a powerful mobile application. Who’d have thought that was possible? It’s just what we’ve always wanted.
This app is more appropriate for you if you are always creating videos with the end goal of posting them on social media. I don’t use it so much for creating story content. I often need to cut and chop videos and add some music to them, that’s it. Using this app is so much faster than loading up Final Cut Pro X or Premiere Pro.
If you have ever tried to download a video editing app only to find out that it is utterly useless, and that you wasted half an hour of your valuable time, then we have shared this very common frustration. Invest your time and money into a quality product and it’ll pay for itself over within a few weeks, and that’s especially true with Videoshop.
Best For:
This app will impress even the most seasoned of video editors, content creators, and social media account managers. You simply don’t know what you’re missing until you give it a shot.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
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2020.07.03 23:33 leafyshark 7 Best Social Media Marketing Tools 2020

Finding the right Social Media Marketing tools is a challenge. You end up learning the ins and outs of each tool before realising it isn’t working as you expected. Somehow it’s costing you more time and money than it’s saving! Trust me, I’ve been there. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of the 7 best paid social media marketing tools I use on a daily basis.
Posting on social media and creating ads is one of the most time-consuming things in the beginning stages of running a social media marketing agency. Let’s put aside running the actual business for a second. You need to do the dirty work to get ahead, at least in the beginning, and that can often take up hours upon hours of your day. Then you can finally focus on the business admin, your own branding and marketing, and everything else.
I bet you’d much rather spend more time on growing your business and creating a rock solid brand! With the right tools, you can. You can become a super-efficient social media manager with plenty of time to catch up on the important stuff.
There’s a whole host of tools, apps and software developed specifically to make your life as a social media agency owner easier. I haven’t tried and tested them all, but I’ve tried and tested a lot.Here are my top picks for social media tools in 2020 that I use on a daily basis.
  1. Grammarly.
At the number 1 spot we have quite possibly the best social media marketing tools there is. No matter what field you’re in, grammatically correct writing is important, and that’s especially true for social media. You don’t want to be that person who makes a social media blunder!
Grammarly is the go-to tool for quality control when it comes to writing your posts or ads. The cost of making a spelling mistake or a grammatical error on a social media post or ad can indeed range from total embarrassment to completely destroying a brand’s reputation, or both.
If you’re the dedicated account manager for multiple social media accounts, then you’ll be writing a lot, and you may have found yourself accidentally making silly grammatical errors from time to time. We all do it, it’s human, but they can end up having some pretty dire consequences.
Get Grammarly to ensure it never happens again. Take human error out of the equation. You’ll never have to worry about making a spelling mistake, you just have to open up Grammarly and write it there. Grammarly conveniently offers a mobile app, a desktop app, a browser app and a Chrome extension!
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
  1. Flick.
Flick is hands down the best hashtag generator app around, and it’s available on both mobile and desktop. It’s a true game changer. Not only does it save you plenty of time choosing the perfect hashtags for your post, it is also a one-stop-shop for Instagram analytics. If you’re looking for an app that’ll make your life easier, look no further. Flick to the rescue!There are many free hashtag generators out there – I can certainly think of a few off the top of my head. But the old adage “you get what you pay for” really rings true here. Flick allows you to generate 30 relevant hashtags (the Instagram limit) and copy them with the click of a button.Gone are the times where you unwillingly look at your phone trying to think of 30 new hashtags. This is the ultimate tool for obliterating the painstaking process of finding hashtags, and also offers some pretty cool resources as well as a sleek analytics interface inside, so you know how your hashtags are performing.
Best For:
Brand manager, viral page owner, social media manager, creator or influencer. Whatever you’re doing with your life, social media hashtags is the last thing you want to be spending your time doing. Focus on what matters. Seriously. Let Flick do the hashtag generating for you.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
This app offers 4 pricing plans all of which are billed monthly. It also offers an enticing free trial so you get to try before you buy.
  1. AdSpy.
Take the guesswork out of creating the perfect Facebook or Instagram ad. Use AdSpy to learn from your competitors ads, evaluate their performance based on the important metrics that AdSpy provides, and see what advertisers are doing when it comes to designing ad creative and writing sales-worthy text copy for social media.
AdSpy allows you to browse through a large database of social media ad archives and to see all of the high-performing social media ads in your niche. With their comprehensive search filter, you can search using a host of filters to get the nitty gritty details on current and past ads in just about any niche, and in any country! Take a look at the search queries you can choose from below.
This fantastic tool can be used for competitor analysis, for coming up with ideas, and for making sure you’re not wasting time writing an ad that will underperform. Don’t reinvent the wheel. Instead, see what works and change it to suit your business. Why spend hours upon hours thinking of the perfect ad copy and the perfect video, image or design when you can easily become a social media advertising mogul at the click of a button?
Best For:
AdSpy is a must-have for absolutely anyone running Facebook or Instagram ads. When it comes to social media competitor analysis tools, there are few and far between. And those that are available are no match compared with AdSpy. It’s up to you as an entrepreneur to take advantage of the data that’s available, and take your advertising game to the next level. AdSpy helps you do just that.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
  1. PromoRepublic.
An all-in-one social media management tool. PromoRepublic have developed a neat piece of software that makes managing social media accounts easy. If you’re at the stage where you’re looking to scale your social media marketing agency but you need more time on your hands to do so, then PromoRepublic has got you covered. Here’s what Marilyn Heywood Page, VP of Marketing at Inciting Marketing had to say about the product:
“The back-and-forth process, when talking about a dozen different clients drove us insane. Marketing management seemed like a relentless end-to-end routine — clunky, complicated, and circular. For a single client, PromoRepublic has saved us at least two hours a week, which were previously spent on alternating processes.”
And I could not agree more. Simplifying the communication within your own agency is a surefire way to become a more efficient and cost-effective agency, and to grow. PromoRepublic will save you so much time so you can focus on priorities.
Best For:
PromoRepublic is a great bit of kit if you’re running a business or working as a freelancer. It is suitable for all small businesses and of course, social media marketing agencies especially. PromoRepublic also states on its website that multi-location brands and franchisors will benefit from its social media management tool.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
PromoRepublic are offering a 14-day free trial too!
  1. Leadpages.
I’ve classed Leadpages as one of the best social media marketing tools because it has helped me build massive email lists for our clients. Quickly host and manage landing pages for a variety of use cases. Collect valuable data by combining Leadpages with the Facebook Pixel. Generate more business by having a professional landing page for your marketing campaign.
Whether you’re at pre-marketing stage or running a social media giveaway, Leadpages is a tool you should have in your arsenal. Directing traffic to a Leadpages landing page is one of the best ways to convert users into customers, proven by a huge track record of over 40,000 businesses using Leadpages for their marketing.
Leadpages has established itself as one of the leading landing page software tools out there and it makes it easy to set up beautiful landing pages, customise them, and have them published online in a matter of minutes.
Best For:
I can safely say this tool is great for anyone looking to add a competitive edge to their marketing efforts. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, head of marketing, or an artist looking to promote your brand, you will benefit from using Leadpages.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
Leadpages offers multiple tiers of annual and yearly plans as shown above. As with most software, the most cost-effective route is to pay annually – this equates to a total of 39% discount compared with the monthly payment plan.
Right now Leadpages are offering a 14-day free trial which also comes with a free domain name if you purchase the annual subscription.
  1. Mojo.
Mojo is a video-editing app. It’s currently available for both Android and iOS devices, and you should thank your lucky stars it is! Create flashy and impressive looking video content for social media and prepare to be complimented by your client for the work you produce – I am speaking from experience here.
Mojo is by far one of the most comprehensive video editing mobile apps. It has great customer support and they’re very responsive to your requests. I say this because I requested a feature and it was in the update. You can be sure that this app has got you covered when it comes to creating cool social media content, and in particular, Instagram story content.
Best For:
This tool is perfect for content creators and social media account managers who are in charge of accounts from 1k to 1m followers – seriously. If you’re posting on social media, regularly uploading stories to Instagram, Facebook or even posting on TikTok – then this app is a no-brainer. This app is particularly effective for getting users to use the Swipe Up feature on stories.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
This app also offers a free trial!
  1. Videoshop.
Videoshop is a mobile only app and was built by developers with some branding ingenuity. Just like Photoshop, as its name suggests, the app is comprehensive and feature-rich. It does a fantastic job at bringing the main features of desktop video editing software right into a powerful mobile application. Who’d have thought that was possible? It’s just what we’ve always wanted.
This app is more appropriate for you if you are always creating videos with the end goal of posting them on social media. I don’t use it so much for creating story content. I often need to cut and chop videos and add some music to them, that’s it. Using this app is so much faster than loading up Final Cut Pro X or Premiere Pro.
If you have ever tried to download a video editing app only to find out that it is utterly useless, and that you wasted half an hour of your valuable time, then we have shared this very common frustration. Invest your time and money into a quality product and it’ll pay for itself over within a few weeks, and that’s especially true with Videoshop.
Best For:
This app will impress even the most seasoned of video editors, content creators, and social media account managers. You simply don’t know what you’re missing until you give it a shot.
Main Features:
Cons:
Pricing:
It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
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2020.07.03 23:32 leafyshark 7 Best Social Media Marketing Tools 2020

Finding the right Social Media Marketing tools is a challenge. You end up learning the ins and outs of each tool before realising it isn’t working as you expected. Somehow it’s costing you more time and money than it’s saving! Trust me, I’ve been there. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of the 7 best paid social media marketing tools I use on a daily basis.
Posting on social media and creating ads is one of the most time-consuming things in the beginning stages of running a social media marketing agency. Let’s put aside running the actual business for a second. You need to do the dirty work to get ahead, at least in the beginning, and that can often take up hours upon hours of your day. Then you can finally focus on the business admin, your own branding and marketing, and everything else.
I bet you’d much rather spend more time on growing your business and creating a rock solid brand! With the right tools, you can. You can become a super-efficient social media manager with plenty of time to catch up on the important stuff.
There’s a whole host of tools, apps and software developed specifically to make your life as a social media agency owner easier. I haven’t tried and tested them all, but I’ve tried and tested a lot.Here are my top picks for social media tools in 2020 that I use on a daily basis.

1. Grammarly.

At the number 1 spot we have quite possibly the best social media marketing tools there is. No matter what field you’re in, grammatically correct writing is important, and that’s especially true for social media. You don’t want to be that person who makes a social media blunder!
Grammarly is the go-to tool for quality control when it comes to writing your posts or ads. The cost of making a spelling mistake or a grammatical error on a social media post or ad can indeed range from total embarrassment to completely destroying a brand’s reputation, or both.
If you’re the dedicated account manager for multiple social media accounts, then you’ll be writing a lot, and you may have found yourself accidentally making silly grammatical errors from time to time. We all do it, it’s human, but they can end up having some pretty dire consequences.
Get Grammarly to ensure it never happens again. Take human error out of the equation. You’ll never have to worry about making a spelling mistake, you just have to open up Grammarly and write it there. Grammarly conveniently offers a mobile app, a desktop app, a browser app and a Chrome extension!

Main Features:

Cons:

Pricing:

2. Flick.

Flick is hands down the best hashtag generator app around, and it’s available on both mobile and desktop. It’s a true game changer. Not only does it save you plenty of time choosing the perfect hashtags for your post, it is also a one-stop-shop for Instagram analytics. If you’re looking for an app that’ll make your life easier, look no further. Flick to the rescue!There are many free hashtag generators out there – I can certainly think of a few off the top of my head. But the old adage “you get what you pay for” really rings true here. Flick allows you to generate 30 relevant hashtags (the Instagram limit) and copy them with the click of a button.Gone are the times where you unwillingly look at your phone trying to think of 30 new hashtags. This is the ultimate tool for obliterating the painstaking process of finding hashtags, and also offers some pretty cool resources as well as a sleek analytics interface inside, so you know how your hashtags are performing.

Best For:

Brand manager, viral page owner, social media manager, creator or influencer. Whatever you’re doing with your life, social media hashtags is the last thing you want to be spending your time doing. Focus on what matters. Seriously. Let Flick do the hashtag generating for you.

Main Features:

Cons:

Pricing:

This app offers 4 pricing plans all of which are billed monthly. It also offers an enticing free trial so you get to try before you buy.

3. AdSpy.

Take the guesswork out of creating the perfect Facebook or Instagram ad. Use AdSpy to learn from your competitors ads, evaluate their performance based on the important metrics that AdSpy provides, and see what advertisers are doing when it comes to designing ad creative and writing sales-worthy text copy for social media.
AdSpy allows you to browse through a large database of social media ad archives and to see all of the high-performing social media ads in your niche. With their comprehensive search filter, you can search using a host of filters to get the nitty gritty details on current and past ads in just about any niche, and in any country! Take a look at the search queries you can choose from below.
This fantastic tool can be used for competitor analysis, for coming up with ideas, and for making sure you’re not wasting time writing an ad that will underperform. Don’t reinvent the wheel. Instead, see what works and change it to suit your business. Why spend hours upon hours thinking of the perfect ad copy and the perfect video, image or design when you can easily become a social media advertising mogul at the click of a button?

Best For:

AdSpy is a must-have for absolutely anyone running Facebook or Instagram ads. When it comes to social media competitor analysis tools, there are few and far between. And those that are available are no match compared with AdSpy. It’s up to you as an entrepreneur to take advantage of the data that’s available, and take your advertising game to the next level. AdSpy helps you do just that.

Main Features:

Cons:

Pricing:

4. PromoRepublic.

An all-in-one social media management tool. PromoRepublic have developed a neat piece of software that makes managing social media accounts easy. If you’re at the stage where you’re looking to scale your social media marketing agency but you need more time on your hands to do so, then PromoRepublic has got you covered. Here’s what Marilyn Heywood Page, VP of Marketing at Inciting Marketing had to say about the product:

“The back-and-forth process, when talking about a dozen different clients drove us insane. Marketing management seemed like a relentless end-to-end routine — clunky, complicated, and circular. For a single client, PromoRepublic has saved us at least two hours a week, which were previously spent on alternating processes.”
And I could not agree more. Simplifying the communication within your own agency is a surefire way to become a more efficient and cost-effective agency, and to grow. PromoRepublic will save you so much time so you can focus on priorities.

Best For:

PromoRepublic is a great bit of kit if you’re running a business or working as a freelancer. It is suitable for all small businesses and of course, social media marketing agencies especially. PromoRepublic also states on its website that multi-location brands and franchisors will benefit from its social media management tool.

Main Features:

Cons:

Pricing:

PromoRepublic are offering a 14-day free trial too!

5. Leadpages.

I’ve classed Leadpages as one of the best social media marketing tools because it has helped me build massive email lists for our clients. Quickly host and manage landing pages for a variety of use cases. Collect valuable data by combining Leadpages with the Facebook Pixel. Generate more business by having a professional landing page for your marketing campaign.
Whether you’re at pre-marketing stage or running a social media giveaway, Leadpages is a tool you should have in your arsenal. Directing traffic to a Leadpages landing page is one of the best ways to convert users into customers, proven by a huge track record of over 40,000 businesses using Leadpages for their marketing.
Leadpages has established itself as one of the leading landing page software tools out there and it makes it easy to set up beautiful landing pages, customise them, and have them published online in a matter of minutes.

Best For:

I can safely say this tool is great for anyone looking to add a competitive edge to their marketing efforts. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, head of marketing, or an artist looking to promote your brand, you will benefit from using Leadpages.

Main Features:

Cons:

Pricing:

Leadpages offers multiple tiers of annual and yearly plans as shown above. As with most software, the most cost-effective route is to pay annually – this equates to a total of 39% discount compared with the monthly payment plan.
Right now Leadpages are offering a 14-day free trial which also comes with a free domain name if you purchase the annual subscription.

6. Mojo.

Mojo is a video-editing app. It’s currently available for both Android and iOS devices, and you should thank your lucky stars it is! Create flashy and impressive looking video content for social media and prepare to be complimented by your client for the work you produce – I am speaking from experience here.
Mojo is by far one of the most comprehensive video editing mobile apps. It has great customer support and they’re very responsive to your requests. I say this because I requested a feature and it was in the update. You can be sure that this app has got you covered when it comes to creating cool social media content, and in particular, Instagram story content.

Best For:

This tool is perfect for content creators and social media account managers who are in charge of accounts from 1k to 1m followers – seriously. If you’re posting on social media, regularly uploading stories to Instagram, Facebook or even posting on TikTok – then this app is a no-brainer. This app is particularly effective for getting users to use the Swipe Up feature on stories.

Main Features:

Cons:

Pricing:

It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
This app also offers a free trial!

7. Videoshop.

Videoshop is a mobile only app and was built by developers with some branding ingenuity. Just like Photoshop, as its name suggests, the app is comprehensive and feature-rich. It does a fantastic job at bringing the main features of desktop video editing software right into a powerful mobile application. Who’d have thought that was possible? It’s just what we’ve always wanted.
This app is more appropriate for you if you are always creating videos with the end goal of posting them on social media. I don’t use it so much for creating story content. I often need to cut and chop videos and add some music to them, that’s it. Using this app is so much faster than loading up Final Cut Pro X or Premiere Pro.
If you have ever tried to download a video editing app only to find out that it is utterly useless, and that you wasted half an hour of your valuable time, then we have shared this very common frustration. Invest your time and money into a quality product and it’ll pay for itself over within a few weeks, and that’s especially true with Videoshop.

Best For:

This app will impress even the most seasoned of video editors, content creators, and social media account managers. You simply don’t know what you’re missing until you give it a shot.

Main Features:

Cons:

Pricing:

It offers two pricing plans – monthly or yearly. The most cost-effective plan is to purchase the app for the year.
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2020.07.03 21:38 beaufordtshimbucket American Masters: The Boomer List

American Masters: The Boomer List

https://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/the-boomer-list-timeline-of-a-generation/3153/
The years 1946 to 1964 define the post-war baby boomer generation, when the United States saw a spike in its birth rate. The American economy flourished and supported larger families, advances in technology made it easier to share ideas and culture, and space exploration took off. But the boomers’ era was also marked by great unrest. Americans born during this period were shaped by a world ravaged by a World War that included unimaginable mass genocide and the atom bomb. The hypocrisy of American freedom and democracy was exposed by African-Americans who stood up against shameful racial injustice and inequality. And just as boomers were coming of age into adulthood, drafts for the Vietnam War began.
This timeline looks at events and people that made the news in each year of the boomer generation.
1946
President Truman proclaims end of World War II (combat ended in 1945 but the hostilities were considered over once war crime trials in 1946 ended)
Emperor Hirohito of Japan announces he is not a god
Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering (later renamed Sony) is founded with approximately 20 employees
ENIAC (for “Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer”), the first general-purpose electronic computer, is unveiled at the University of Pennsylvania
AT&T announces their first car phones
Benjamin Spock’s influential The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care is published
1947
The V-2 rocket launched into space
Kenneth Arnold makes first widely reported UFO sighting near Mount Rainier, Washington; a downed extraterrestrial spacecraft is reportedly found near Roswell, New Mexico
The first practical electronic transistor is demonstrated
Edwin Land, founder of the Polaroid Corporation, makes first “instant camera”, the Polaroid Land Camera
1948
The first tape recorder is sold
Supreme Court rules that religious instruction in public schools is unconstitutional
The U.S. State Department announces plans to place objects into Earth’s orbit
1949
J. Edgar Hoover, director of the F.B.I., gives actress Shirley Temple a tear gas fountain pen
President Truman establishes rocket test range at Cape Canaveral, Florida
President Truman increases minimum wage from 40 cents to 75 cents.
1950
President Truman orders development of the hydrogen bomb in response to detonation of Soviet Union’s first atomic bomb in 1949. He sends U.S. military advisors to Vietnam to aid French forces
The first TV remote control, Zenith Radio’s Lazy Bones, is marketed
The Mattachine Society, the first gay liberation organization, is founded in Los Angeles, California
1951
The Ninth Street Show, featuring notable Abstract Expressionist artists, marks debut of post-war New York City avant-garde, known as the New York School
Direct dial coast-to-coast telephone service begins in the U.S.
First regularly scheduled transatlantic flights begin operation
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg are convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage and sentenced to death
1952
The Lever House skyscraper opens in New York City, heralding a new age of commercial architecture
Newspapers report that a fleet of UFOs hovered over Washington, D.C. and were tracked on multiple radar. Fighter planes were scrambled and the Air Force holds a press conference
A mechanical heart is used for first time in a human patient
Christine Jorgensen, a transsexual woman in Denmark, becomes the recipient of the first successful sexual reassignment operation
1953
Georgia approves the first literature censorship board in the U.S.
68 percent of all television sets in the U.S. are tuned into I Love Lucy to watch the character Lucy (Lucille Ball) give birth
The CIA helps overthrow government of Mohammed Mossadegh in Iran; CIA Technical Services approves use of the synthetic drug LSD in a MKULTRA subproject (MKULTRA was a covert, illegal CIA human research program investigating mind control)
The first meeting of Narcotics Anonymous takes place in Southern California
1954
The U.S. Census indicates 239,000 farmers gave up farming
The first shopping mall opens in Southfield, Michigan
Ground breaking begins on Disneyland in Anaheim, California
President Eisenhower reports detonation of first H-bomb (done in 1952)
President Eisenhower warns against U.S. intervention in Vietnam
The first microbiology laboratory opens
The first mass vaccination of children against polio begins in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1955
Racial segregation is forbidden on trains and buses in U.S. interstate commerce
The American Civil Liberties Union defends Allen Ginsberg’s epic poem “Howl” against obscenity charges
The Pentagon announces plan to develop ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missiles) armed with nuclear weapons
The first electric power generated from atomic energy is sold commercially
1956
Elvis Presley appears on Ed Sullivan Show
Dick Clark appears as host of American Bandstand
Ninety-six U.S. Congressmen sign “Southern Manifesto,” a protest against the 1954 Supreme Court ruling desegregating public education
The first transatlantic telephone cable goes into operation
Videotape is used for the first time on television
The first pre-frontal lobotomy is performed
IBM introduces the first computer disk storage unit, the RAMAC 305
1957
President Eisenhower orders U.S. troops to desegregate schools in Little Rock, Arkansas
Georgia State Senate unanimously approves Sen Butts’ bill barring blacks from playing baseball with whites
New York City is first to legislate a Fair Housing Practices Law against racial or religious discrimination
The Ford Motor Company introduces the Edsel car
Toyota begins exporting vehicles to the U.S.
The Gaither Report calls for more American missiles and fallout shelters
Elvis Presley is drafted into the U.S. Army
President Dwight D. Eisenhower suffers a stroke
1958
The first successful American satellite, Explorer 1, is launched into orbit
A 7,600-pound hydrogen bomb is lost in the waters off Savannah, Georgia
A U.S. B-47 bomber accidentally drops an atom bomb on a house in South Carolina—but no nuclear fission occurs
The U.S. Army launches the Explorer 3 satellite
CBS Labs announce stereophonic records
Actress Betsy Palmer joins The Today Show
Mao Tse Tung starts the “Great Leap Forward” movement in China
Nikita Khrushchev becomes Soviet Premier and First Secretary of the Communist Party in the Soviet Union
The Habana Hilton opens in Havana, Cuba
1959
Cuban Dictator Fulgencio Batista flees Cuba for the Dominican Republic
The Dalai Lama flees Tibet for India
A Vatican edict forbids Roman Catholics to vote for Communists
Nikita Khrushchev is denied access to Disneyland
The Barbie Doll debuts and begins domination of the toy market
Allen Ginsberg writes his poem “Lysergic Acid”
Congress passes a bill authorizing food stamps for poor Americans
Pan Am begins regular passenger flights around the world
Soviet Luna 3, the first successful photographic spacecraft, impacts the Moon
NASA announces selection of seven military pilots to become the first U.S. astronauts
The United Nations Committee On Peaceful Use of Outer Space is established
1960
Four students stage the first civil rights sit-in at a Woolworth counter in Greensboro, North Carolina
Elvis Presley ends his 2-year stint in the U.S. Army
U.S. announces 3,500 American soldiers will be sent to Vietnam
U.S. Senate passes the Civil Rights Bill
The Key Largo Coral Reef Preserve in Florida establishes the first protected underwater park
The first guided missile is launched from a nuclear powered submarine
The U.S. Court of Appeals rules that D. H. Lawrence’s novel Lady Chatterly’s Lover (1928) is not obscene
The first contraceptive pill is made available on the market
Chubby Checker releases his song, “The Twist”
John F. Kennedy becomes the 35th President of The United States
1961
President Eisenhower delivers farewell address warning against the “military-industrial complex”
President Kennedy accepts “sole responsibility” for The Bay of Pigs invasion and declares national goal to reach the Moon
Astronaut Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space
Betty and Barney Hill claim they were abducted by aliens in New Hampshire
Singesongwriter Bob Dylan hitchhikes to New York City
The Supremes are signed by Motown Records
Judy Garland makes a comeback at Carnegie Hall
Barbra Streisand appears on The Jack Paar Show
FCC Chairman Newton Minow criticizes TV as a “vast wasteland”
The Museum of Modern Art hangs Matisse’s Le Bateau upside down for 47 days
TWA shows the first in-flight movie
A U.S. commercial plane is hijacked to Cuba
Construction of the Berlin Wall begins in East Germany
Former Nazi sympathizer B. Johannes Vorster, known as John Vorster, becomes South Africa’s Minister of Justice. (He becomes Prime Minister in 1966.)
1962
President John F. Kennedy begins blockade of Cuba, introducing “duck and cover” into the vernacular
Astronaut John Glenn is first American to orbit Earth
First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy conducts tour of newly refurbished White House on TV
Vaughn Meader’s “First Family” comedy album goes #1
Marilyn Monroe found dead in her bed
Actress Elizabeth Taylor is condemned by Vatican for “moral vagrancy,” and is wildly cheered by thousands of Catholic extras during the filming of Cleopatra in Rome
The Beach Boys introduce a new musical style with their hit “Surfin”
Folk singers Peter, Paul & Mary release their premier hit “If I Had a Hammer”
No less than five research groups announce the discovery of anti-matter
The drug Thalidomide is banned in The Netherlands
The first Wal-Mart and K-Mart stores open
1963
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee wins the Tony Award for Best Play
Betty Friedan publishes The Feminine Mystique, relaunching Women’s Movement
Coca-Cola Company debuts Tab, its first diet drink
American Heart Association is first agency to campaign against cigarettes
Los Angeles ends streetcar service after 90 years
Push-button telephones and Instant Replay are introduced
Nuclear submarine USS Thresher sinks 220 miles east of Boston, Massachusetts
Cancellation of Mercury 10 effectively ends U.S. manned space flight
After signing a nuclear test ban treaty, John F. Kennedy proposes a joint U.S.-Soviet voyage to the Moon
Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his “I Have a Dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC
President John F. Kennedy promises a Civil Rights Bill
President John F. Kennedy is assassinated in Dallas, Texas
Census records U.S. population at 190,000,000
CIA’s Domestic Operations Division is created
1964
Civil Rights Act of 1964 passes in the U.S. Senate 73-27
Dr. Martin Luther King, described by J. Edgar Hoover as “a most notorious liar,” is awarded The Nobel Peace Prize
Che Guevara speaks at the United Nations, while an unknown terrorist fires a mortar shell at the building
Plans are announced to build the New York City World Trade Center
Beatles debut to mass ‘tween “Beatlemania” on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” launching pop “British Invasion” of America
Bob Dylan introduces The Beatles to cannabis for the first time
Twelve young men in New York City publicly burn their draft cards
Comedian Lenny Bruce is convicted of obscenity
China becomes fifth nuclear power
NASA launches its first Orbital Geophysical Observatory (OGO-1)
The World’s Fair opens in Flushing Meadows, Queens, in New York City
U.S. report titled “Smoking & Health” connects smoking to lung cancer
Federal Trade Commission rules health warnings must appear on all cigarette packages
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2020.07.03 08:38 beaufordtshimbucket American Masters: The Boomer List

https://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/the-boomer-list-timeline-of-a-generation/3153/
The years 1946 to 1964 define the post-war baby boomer generation, when the United States saw a spike in its birth rate. The American economy flourished and supported larger families, advances in technology made it easier to share ideas and culture, and space exploration took off. But the boomers’ era was also marked by great unrest. Americans born during this period were shaped by a world ravaged by a World War that included unimaginable mass genocide and the atom bomb. The hypocrisy of American freedom and democracy was exposed by African-Americans who stood up against shameful racial injustice and inequality. And just as boomers were coming of age into adulthood, drafts for the Vietnam War began.
This timeline looks at events and people that made the news in each year of the boomer generation.

1946

President Truman proclaims end of World War II (combat ended in 1945 but the hostilities were considered over once war crime trials in 1946 ended)
Emperor Hirohito of Japan announces he is not a god
Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering (later renamed Sony) is founded with approximately 20 employees
ENIAC (for “Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer”), the first general-purpose electronic computer, is unveiled at the University of Pennsylvania
AT&T announces their first car phones
Benjamin Spock’s influential The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care is published

1947

The V-2 rocket launched into space
Kenneth Arnold makes first widely reported UFO sighting near Mount Rainier, Washington; a downed extraterrestrial spacecraft is reportedly found near Roswell, New Mexico
The first practical electronic transistor is demonstrated
Edwin Land, founder of the Polaroid Corporation, makes first “instant camera”, the Polaroid Land Camera

1948

The first tape recorder is sold
Supreme Court rules that religious instruction in public schools is unconstitutional
The U.S. State Department announces plans to place objects into Earth’s orbit

1949

J. Edgar Hoover, director of the F.B.I., gives actress Shirley Temple a tear gas fountain pen
President Truman establishes rocket test range at Cape Canaveral, Florida
President Truman increases minimum wage from 40 cents to 75 cents.

1950

President Truman orders development of the hydrogen bomb in response to detonation of Soviet Union’s first atomic bomb in 1949. He sends U.S. military advisors to Vietnam to aid French forces
The first TV remote control, Zenith Radio’s Lazy Bones, is marketed
The Mattachine Society, the first gay liberation organization, is founded in Los Angeles, California

1951

The Ninth Street Show, featuring notable Abstract Expressionist artists, marks debut of post-war New York City avant-garde, known as the New York School
Direct dial coast-to-coast telephone service begins in the U.S.
First regularly scheduled transatlantic flights begin operation
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg are convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage and sentenced to death

1952

The Lever House skyscraper opens in New York City, heralding a new age of commercial architecture
Newspapers report that a fleet of UFOs hovered over Washington, D.C. and were tracked on multiple radar. Fighter planes were scrambled and the Air Force holds a press conference
A mechanical heart is used for first time in a human patient
Christine Jorgensen, a transsexual woman in Denmark, becomes the recipient of the first successful sexual reassignment operation

1953

Georgia approves the first literature censorship board in the U.S.
68 percent of all television sets in the U.S. are tuned into I Love Lucy to watch the character Lucy (Lucille Ball) give birth
The CIA helps overthrow government of Mohammed Mossadegh in Iran; CIA Technical Services approves use of the synthetic drug LSD in a MKULTRA subproject (MKULTRA was a covert, illegal CIA human research program investigating mind control)
The first meeting of Narcotics Anonymous takes place in Southern California

1954

The U.S. Census indicates 239,000 farmers gave up farming
The first shopping mall opens in Southfield, Michigan
Ground breaking begins on Disneyland in Anaheim, California
President Eisenhower reports detonation of first H-bomb (done in 1952)
President Eisenhower warns against U.S. intervention in Vietnam
The first microbiology laboratory opens
The first mass vaccination of children against polio begins in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

1955

Racial segregation is forbidden on trains and buses in U.S. interstate commerce
The American Civil Liberties Union defends Allen Ginsberg’s epic poem “Howl” against obscenity charges
The Pentagon announces plan to develop ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missiles) armed with nuclear weapons
The first electric power generated from atomic energy is sold commercially

1956

Elvis Presley appears on Ed Sullivan Show
Dick Clark appears as host of American Bandstand
Ninety-six U.S. Congressmen sign “Southern Manifesto,” a protest against the 1954 Supreme Court ruling desegregating public education
The first transatlantic telephone cable goes into operation
Videotape is used for the first time on television
The first pre-frontal lobotomy is performed
IBM introduces the first computer disk storage unit, the RAMAC 305

1957

President Eisenhower orders U.S. troops to desegregate schools in Little Rock, Arkansas
Georgia State Senate unanimously approves Sen Butts’ bill barring blacks from playing baseball with whites
New York City is first to legislate a Fair Housing Practices Law against racial or religious discrimination
The Ford Motor Company introduces the Edsel car
Toyota begins exporting vehicles to the U.S.
The Gaither Report calls for more American missiles and fallout shelters
Elvis Presley is drafted into the U.S. Army
President Dwight D. Eisenhower suffers a stroke

1958

The first successful American satellite, Explorer 1, is launched into orbit
A 7,600-pound hydrogen bomb is lost in the waters off Savannah, Georgia
A U.S. B-47 bomber accidentally drops an atom bomb on a house in South Carolina—but no nuclear fission occurs
The U.S. Army launches the Explorer 3 satellite
CBS Labs announce stereophonic records
Actress Betsy Palmer joins The Today Show
Mao Tse Tung starts the “Great Leap Forward” movement in China
Nikita Khrushchev becomes Soviet Premier and First Secretary of the Communist Party in the Soviet Union
The Habana Hilton opens in Havana, Cuba

1959

Cuban Dictator Fulgencio Batista flees Cuba for the Dominican Republic
The Dalai Lama flees Tibet for India
A Vatican edict forbids Roman Catholics to vote for Communists
Nikita Khrushchev is denied access to Disneyland
The Barbie Doll debuts and begins domination of the toy market
Allen Ginsberg writes his poem “Lysergic Acid”
Congress passes a bill authorizing food stamps for poor Americans
Pan Am begins regular passenger flights around the world
Soviet Luna 3, the first successful photographic spacecraft, impacts the Moon
NASA announces selection of seven military pilots to become the first U.S. astronauts
The United Nations Committee On Peaceful Use of Outer Space is established

1960

Four students stage the first civil rights sit-in at a Woolworth counter in Greensboro, North Carolina
Elvis Presley ends his 2-year stint in the U.S. Army
U.S. announces 3,500 American soldiers will be sent to Vietnam
U.S. Senate passes the Civil Rights Bill
The Key Largo Coral Reef Preserve in Florida establishes the first protected underwater park
The first guided missile is launched from a nuclear powered submarine
The U.S. Court of Appeals rules that D. H. Lawrence’s novel Lady Chatterly’s Lover (1928) is not obscene
The first contraceptive pill is made available on the market
Chubby Checker releases his song, “The Twist”
John F. Kennedy becomes the 35th President of The United States

1961

President Eisenhower delivers farewell address warning against the “military-industrial complex”
President Kennedy accepts “sole responsibility” for The Bay of Pigs invasion and declares national goal to reach the Moon
Astronaut Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space
Betty and Barney Hill claim they were abducted by aliens in New Hampshire
Singesongwriter Bob Dylan hitchhikes to New York City
The Supremes are signed by Motown Records
Judy Garland makes a comeback at Carnegie Hall
Barbra Streisand appears on The Jack Paar Show
FCC Chairman Newton Minow criticizes TV as a “vast wasteland”
The Museum of Modern Art hangs Matisse’s Le Bateau upside down for 47 days
TWA shows the first in-flight movie
A U.S. commercial plane is hijacked to Cuba
Construction of the Berlin Wall begins in East Germany
Former Nazi sympathizer B. Johannes Vorster, known as John Vorster, becomes South Africa’s Minister of Justice. (He becomes Prime Minister in 1966.)

1962

President John F. Kennedy begins blockade of Cuba, introducing “duck and cover” into the vernacular
Astronaut John Glenn is first American to orbit Earth
First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy conducts tour of newly refurbished White House on TV
Vaughn Meader’s “First Family” comedy album goes #1
Marilyn Monroe found dead in her bed
Actress Elizabeth Taylor is condemned by Vatican for “moral vagrancy,” and is wildly cheered by thousands of Catholic extras during the filming of Cleopatra in Rome
The Beach Boys introduce a new musical style with their hit “Surfin”
Folk singers Peter, Paul & Mary release their premier hit “If I Had a Hammer”
No less than five research groups announce the discovery of anti-matter
The drug Thalidomide is banned in The Netherlands
The first Wal-Mart and K-Mart stores open

1963

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee wins the Tony Award for Best Play
Betty Friedan publishes The Feminine Mystique, relaunching Women’s Movement
Coca-Cola Company debuts Tab, its first diet drink
American Heart Association is first agency to campaign against cigarettes
Los Angeles ends streetcar service after 90 years
Push-button telephones and Instant Replay are introduced
Nuclear submarine USS Thresher sinks 220 miles east of Boston, Massachusetts
Cancellation of Mercury 10 effectively ends U.S. manned space flight
After signing a nuclear test ban treaty, John F. Kennedy proposes a joint U.S.-Soviet voyage to the Moon
Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his “I Have a Dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC
President John F. Kennedy promises a Civil Rights Bill
President John F. Kennedy is assassinated in Dallas, Texas
Census records U.S. population at 190,000,000
CIA’s Domestic Operations Division is created

1964

Civil Rights Act of 1964 passes in the U.S. Senate 73-27
Dr. Martin Luther King, described by J. Edgar Hoover as “a most notorious liar,” is awarded The Nobel Peace Prize
Che Guevara speaks at the United Nations, while an unknown terrorist fires a mortar shell at the building
Plans are announced to build the New York City World Trade Center
Beatles debut to mass ‘tween “Beatlemania” on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” launching pop “British Invasion” of America
Bob Dylan introduces The Beatles to cannabis for the first time
Twelve young men in New York City publicly burn their draft cards
Comedian Lenny Bruce is convicted of obscenity
China becomes fifth nuclear power
NASA launches its first Orbital Geophysical Observatory (OGO-1)
The World’s Fair opens in Flushing Meadows, Queens, in New York City
U.S. report titled “Smoking & Health” connects smoking to lung cancer
Federal Trade Commission rules health warnings must appear on all cigarette packages
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2020.06.10 23:49 Angelopolagej Analysis of the issues people have with Stone Ocean

FOREWORD

This is the followup post, where I’ll be going through what people see as issues of Stone Ocean. I’ll be pasting comments and tackling all the points in them. There weren’t many comments, but they at least had variety.

THE ISSUES

Most of the early fights feel kind of underwhelming, especially when it came to the stand abilities and their immediate danger to jolyne and the gang.
Now, like with every Part, the earliest fights tend to be more underwhelming. So, this is something we can say for every Part, especially for everyone’s favorite Part 7. Ability-wise, I’d say they actually were immediate dangers to Jolyne & Co.:
• Goo Goo Dolls shrinks people, making them severely weakened and easy targets
• Manhattan Transfer’s reading of air currents, in tandem with Johngaali A’s expert marksmanship, serves as an almost untouchable ricochet surface, allowing Johngaali to pinpoint his targets, with extreme precision, and perform “trick-shots”.
• Highway to Hell draws another person into McQueen’s suicide, inflicting equal damage onto the victim. Hermès was in a “life or death” situation, a handful of times, barely making it out alive.
Goo goo dolls doesn't have the same imagination applied to it as little feet does
And it shouldn’t. I don’t see how this is a problem. Recurring abilities (like Hanged Man’s and Man In The Mirror’s reflections; or LF’s and GGD’ shrinking; or J’JF’s and C-Moon’s Gravity) have differing methods and effects, compared to one another.
Right off the bat, GGD is a better Little Feet. This person doesn’t say it, but I’m shocked to see just how many people say it’s the other way around. It's shrinking is instant. The user, Guess, can’t shrink herself, but there isn’t even a need for that. Additionally, GGD is long-range and automated, and will eliminate those that try to escape.
I feel that it reflects Guess pretty well, since "Stands are the manifestations of one's soul". She is intimidated by others, so she has this inferiority complex of wanting to be dominant. Her Stand shrinks people, making them into her personal toys/pets that she pushes around.
I think its a poor fit with the abilities stone free had at the time.
I don’t see how this is the case. By the end of the fight, Jolyne manifests SF in it’s humanoid form. There’s literally no other “ability” she gains later on. Also, having enemy Stands “fit” the protagonists Stands isn’t the point. The protagonists have to get out of seemingly impossible situations by using what they have at their disposal. Their Stand ability. The point is for the protagonists to have a hard time, yet still end up victorious. “Fitting” abilities can only happen in cases like Green Day & Oasis, where it’s a team with complementing abilities.
The story does pick up somewhat after FF arrives but then we get a bit of a lull after the fight with lang wrangler, which doesn't really pick up until the planet waves fight and then eventually goes all out with both sky high and underworld's fights, keeping the momentum up until the end.
The story is constantly progressing. Unlike other Parts, fights in SO happen organically, because it’s logical as to how the enemy found the protagonists. The prison, while big, is still infinitely smaller than (for example) Part 3’s trip from Japan to Egypt; or Part 4’s Morioh, where fights (mostly) happened with the sole excuse that Stand users are attracted to one another. Each fight, in SO, progresses the story in some way.
According to this comment, the Limp Bizkit fight is where the story stagnates, then picks up the very next fight (Planet Waves). I disagree. Encountering Sports Max is how Jolyne learns of the whereabouts of DIO’s bone. She uses her predicament, in order to end up in the Ultra Security Punishment Ward, where the bone is. The overall story doesn’t really continue until after the USPW arc. This is partly due to it being a gauntlet of 5 fights, one after the other, happening in a span of a couple of hours.
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Pucci's plan doesn't make much sense. And with Pucci's plan i mean the instructions that were given to him. It's just a random set of instructions that seemingly mean nothing aside magically creating Green Baby and merging it with Pucci's stand to achieve heaven. The reader isn't rewarded by trying to understand what the hell is happening , he can't predict or expect anything.
I definitely agree that the content’s of DIO’s diary, and how DIO came to know all that, is very questionable. It feels rushed, probably because Araki wanted to create a “McGuffin” that is connected to Part 3, while being original. Then again, it ends up being a McGuffin in the form of Jotaro’s memory Disc.
It might have some deep meaning or an obscure reference to something that i don't know about
It definitely has meaning. I suggest you watch Kaleb IA’s two Road to Heaven videos.
it's not a ''mechanic'' like the arrows or the corpse parts or the rokakaka or even the stone mask and the red stone where you can clearly follow what is happening. In those cases the story is enriched because you know and expect that under certain circumstances , something exiting will happen. I love Pucci but in my first read-through the whole process drew my attention , confused me and left me without any real answers.
Just because it’s something different, doesn’t make it non-sensical/bad. It’s great that Araki tried to innovate, staying away from cliché’s and what he’s done 5 times already. The contents of DIO’s diary aren’t objects, like the ones listed, but more like incantations for a mystical ritual. It gives off a very religious vibe. Additionally, he made some sense with how the Green Baby came to be.
As I’ve said, it’s far from great and it definitely seems heavily experimental. However, it’s not anything pivotal, nor does it negatively affect the story or characters. It only poses the question of how DIO learned all of those details.
Like with the corpse parts or Requiem arrow, we didn’t know what their purpose is. We didn’t even get any hints. In Part 6, we regularly get Pucci/DIO scenes, where we get a bit more info on Heaven. This all leads to the finale, where we finally learn what Pucci’s ’Road to Heaven’ was all about.
Stand fights are generally a bit more confusing in Stone Ocean , a lot of them lost me to be honest. The best Jojo fights have that simple format when a character uses their abilities in a smart but SIMPLE and easily understandable way in order to get out of a situation and win.
Like with the previous point: just because it’s different, and requires a little more thinking, doesn’t make it problematic. The problem is the person who either can’t or doesn’t want to understand these concepts, which honestly aren’t that complex. I, personally, love that Part 6 Stands have more outlandish (BIZARRE) abilities. It’s not hard to understand if you pay attention and read the given explanations. They’re more than clear (especially the one for Dragon’s Dream). It’s weird to see people complain about Part 6 Stands, but not Parts 7 and 8 Stands, since those become much more bizarre.
The same “simple format” is present in Part 6, it’s just that there’s focus on more complex abilities, as opposed to the Stand’s physical capabilities. SO is the turning point for Araki’s art-style and Stands/fights. It, despite being so experimental, manages to get so many things right. In regards to Stands, Part 7 is still the transition, while mostly relying on just the abilities. Part 8 is, where I think, Araki goes too far with his focus on Stand abilities, forsaking any form of physical confrontation (which is the only thing that brings the enjoyment of Part 8 down for me).
More confusing and abstract stand fights tend to be tiring. Debt collector Marilyn Manson is a great example of a fight with a clear and understandable setup and solution , but sadly a lot of fights in part 6 aren't that good in my opinion.
SO’s fights are great, because they stray from the generic, simple and mindless Shounen fights and powers (in the case of JoJo, Part 3’s Stands: fast punching ghost, sword, fire, gun, car, ship, wind, water, magnets, reflections, literal Sun, etc.). With every Part, the nature of Stand abilities shift. For me, SO’s minor villains have some of the best, invincible and overpowered Stands in the series (as opposed to minor villains from other Parts). It shows me that Jolyne’s group is tasked with overcoming greater obstacles than other protagonists, much more often, making their victories even greater.
The main characters are also a bit weird in this one. They're in that awkward transition between part 5 and 7. In 5 they are 1 single group that stays and goes very well together while in 7 it's every character for himself. But part 6 kinda gets the worst of both worlds. The group really lacks unity and a lot of characters feel like strangers with each other , everyone has a connection with Jolyne but not really with each other because there are a lot of chunks in the story that some characters are absent (FF , the best side character , gets offed in the middle of the part , Weather report and especially Annasui get introduced pretty late , Hermes gets a huge break in the middle of the part , Jotaro an even bigger one). But at the same time it's not like part 7 where characters being all over the place and doing their own thing gave them weight and agency (some stuff with FF fighting Pucci alone and with Hermes going after Sports Max works but a lot of other times characters are just missing doing nothing).
I definitely agree here. As the longest Part, at the time, SO had a very poor main cast, in terms of their relationship with each other. To give this issue a name: The lack of chemistry between the main cast. Now, this is not me trying to make an excuse, but there’s a reason for this lack of chemistry. The prison setting, unlike all the other ones, imposes limitations on the protagonists’ movement, thus affecting the time they can spend together. So, in a way, it makes sense.
On a more technical level, though, it is a huge mistake/oversight. In FF’s “backstory”, we see a panel with everyone (except Annasui) hanging out and laughing together. This hurts to see, because we haven’t had a chance to see this in real time (as opposed to a single panel, showing something that happened in the past, which we’re unaware of). There is hope though. In Part 5’s anime adaptation, DavidProductions added a bunch of La Squadra scenes and dialogue, giving them more characterization. Now, the same could, hopefully, be done for Part 6’s main cast. Just a few scenes of them interacting is enough.
However, Hermès’ absence, like Kakyoin’s made sense and is justified. Also, Jotaro should be absent, as much as he is. This isn’t his story, but Jolyne’s. To me, Jotaro has the right amount of “screen-time” in SO. This view partly comes from my frustration with DiU’s finale, where Jotaro was the one to land the final blow on Kira, instead of Josuke (who had all the reasons/motivation for it). I feel that Araki learned from his mistake and had Jolyne be the titular JoJo of her Part, without having Jotaro steal her spotlight. Same can be said for DIO not stealing Pucci’s spotlight, as well.
That's my 3 biggest problems , the ones that actually bring the part down in my opinion. I still prefer it over the first 3 parts and i think a lot of the hate it gets right now is because it follows a great adaptation of part 5 , a part which didn't experiment a lot and just did what previous parts did just better.
It’s unfortunate to see how unaccepting/closed-minded some fans can be. Part 6 definitely experiments with a lot of things, but it never stops being JoJo, nor does it heavily drop in quality (compared to other Parts). An anime adaptation is what will make SO a more beloved Part, especially for anime-onlies. My love for SO might come from the fact that it relishes in being something else, something new. Pushing the boundaries, just like how Jonathan dying (as a main protagonist) was controversial, at the time. Araki was ahead of his time, that’s for sure.
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The setting, the JoBro and some of the stand battles. Everything else is good.
This seems to be on of the biggest issues people have with SO. The setting. I really can’t see it. While it surely can’t compare to the world-wide journeys in Parts 1-3/5/7, it still has an identity of it’s own. While most backgrounds are grey, they still have distinct features. Also, it’s not like we’re always in the same spot. The characters go all around the prison, always off to a new area, keeping it fresh.
Highway to Hell, Jumping Jack Flash, Dragon's Dream and Yo-Yo Ma. Either I didn't like the stand ability or felt like the fight was too long and convoluted.
J’JF is a longer fight, which is OK. It never stops being exciting and tense. The fight might be getting a bad rep because of the boring enemy, Lang Wrangler. Other than that, the ability, and how the protagonists are at a disadvantage from the very start, is unique. Both sides have their moments of glory and it’s finale is fantastic.
The hate for Yo-Yo-Ma is partly understandable. The fight is a “slow burn” with an underwhelming (I’ll even say bullshit) method of “beating” the Stand. On the other hand, I urge you all to go watch Meti’s video on Yo-Yo-Ma and what it’s all about. It gives you an insight into what Araki was going for, despite how messy the fight is. I, personally, don’t like this fight. It’s probably the only thing I’d leave out of SO.
Alright, this is a big one. The Stand, everyone agrees, is the worst thing ever. "Why?" - I ask. While I agree that the user (Kenzo), like Wrangler, is horrible, the Stand is pretty clear. Dragon’s Dream is Feng Shui, incorporated into a fight. I feel that knowing what Feng Shui is, falls under general knowledge. The idea is even explained, in detail, so I don't see why people are so confused by this. Simply put: In nature, there are lucky and unlucky spots. D'sD points to the lucky spots. Easy peasy! The thing with the severing of limbs, is just a random side-ability, while the drowning thing is Araki pairing a bit of science and some made-up assassination technique. I’m flabbergasted at how many people see D’sD as a convoluted/stupid ability.
Also, what’s a joy to behold, are the hilarious arguments Kenzo and D'sD have, during the fight. It really emphasises the Stand’s autonomus nature and sense of "balance". Somehow, Part 6 manages to be both the goryest and most humor-filled JoJo Part.
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I love it, it’s My favorite part. But Hermès is a weak jobro and Dragons Dream wasn’t fun to read.
It’s literally only because of screentime. I also didn’t really like Kiss’s design, but I’m sure it would have grown on me if she was on screen more.
So, I too feel that Hermès needed something more to her character. While she does get to be in two fights, of her own, she lacks the chemistry I mentioned before. Her absence was due to a serious injury that not even FF could heal. It seems like there’s more emphasis on Hermès’ absence, than Kakyoin’s, despite both of them being somewhat detached from their respective JoJo. In Part 3, it was Polnareff who got more spotlight and interactions with Jotaro (while also being the one to survive). As for Kiss, I think the real problem is how I forget what it looks like, due to it’s scarce appearances.
But in defense of Dragons Dream, it’s a very motion heavy fight that didn’t translate well to page. I hope that when it’s animated, the Dragons Dream fight will at least be more entertaining. The stand itself might still be stupid confusing, but again, when animated I think it’ll be a lot clearer.
Planet Waves and C-Moon are even more motion heavy fights, yet those are still fun to read. I think that an anime adaptation will make D’sD significantly more fun to watch, once animated.
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I just didn’t like the story much, that’s about it
I didn’t like how some characters were introduced, how it ended, and how it begins either
Now, the character introductions must be referring to the main cast. Whatever the case it’s such a non-issue. SO has one of the best beginnings. Theres intrigue, mystery and uncertainty. The introductory chapters serve their purpose in introducing Jolyne, which is very important.
As for the ending, it’s easy to understand once we look at all the evidence provided. I’ll try and give a comprehensive explanation:
There is a distinct difference between a Universe reset (which never happens) and an emergence of a new world (which does).
When the new world is formed, the reset doesn’t happen yet. The confusing thing is that, the moment that happens, Pucci says that the full acceleration was complete. This is retconned out because later Pucci states that it, in fact, didn’t go through the full cycle. He stopped the acceleration in order to properly deal with Emporio. This happens at the “beginning of Stone Ocean” in his new Universe. Pucci did this because, as he states, Emporio was fated to leave the prison and escape from him. At the beginning of one of the Chapters, we’re given a diagram of the timeline, showing the loop MiH’s acceleration has to go through in order to reset.
Important to note is that people that are killed during the acceleration, don’t get transferred to the new Universe, but stay in the old one (both body and soul). The reason we see “discount” Jolyne and Jotaro, is because those are replacements for the originals. I see this as the Universe itself compensating for the absence of those people, that didn’t make it into the new Universe.
Upon entering the ghost room Pucci, once again, accelerates time. This was because Emporio got Weather Report and retaliated. Soon after, Pucci panics when being killed, because the acceleration didn’t reach the full cycle, ie. reaching the exact moment in the new Universe, where it started in the old one (Cape Canaveral). He says that mankind’s fate will be altered. We later learn that this means that everyone would revert to the (original) Universe, but that the fate of the people Pucci interacted with, will be changed. Which it certainly does. If he was successful, then he wouldn’t have freaked out. He even says that the acceleration isn’t complete. Pucci’s death, mid-acceleration, negated MiH effects.
Everyone is back to the original Universe, although with different lives, different fates. Without any memories of things that took place during Part 6. No one but Emporio is aware of what happened, but they’re all back (which, of course, implies their souls). This was confirmed by Araki. Meanwhile, Pucci is erased from history (of the original Universe) and is trapped in his (now collapsing) Universe.
This is why Pucci didn’t actually manage to reset.
It’s a bittersweet ending. Pucci failed, but it’s not like our protagonists ended up completely unscathed. To put it in a very “poetic” way: the memories, of their time together, were sacrificed for better lives.
As for the rest of the world, everything is back to normal. Parts 1-5 still happened. The reason why FF doesn’t appear in the clouds, on the final panel, is because without Pucci there’s no FF. The Parts 7-8 Universe is completely unrelated to Parts 1-6 Universe.
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Things I didn’t like: The setting - the prison/general locations in Florida feels like such an uninteresting aesthetic coming hot off the heels of Araki’s passion and live for Italy that we see in his art in GW. In comparison, SO just feels so ‘meh’ to me. SDC and DIU have so much life in their settings because Araki has fun creating new scenarios for every battle, and while the same is occasionally done well here, many of the fights are stuck in the rather boring Green Dolphin Prison.
I already discussed the setting. Just because it’s not the same (and, in this case, on a smaller scale) doesn’t make it worse. It’s just different. I would like to cover the point about Araki’s love for Italy. When you love (doing) something, you’ll give it your all. In the same way, it could be Araki’s love for Italy that helped make Part 5 what it is.
Character usage - I do like a lot of Stone Ocean’s character ideas on paper, but how they’re executed tends to be much less interesting. Jolyne, Hermès, Weather Report, and Anasui are all characters with cool designs and interesting abilities, but most of their fights and interactions don’t really get to utilizing the full potential of their ability (except for Jolyne, who obviously gets plenty of use as the MC). I’ve never liked how Araki just has characters take huge breaks for half of the story - I hated Kakyoin’s absence in SDC and I hate that Hermès just disappears as well. I know that he feels it’s a way to add variance but it just feels like I’m being deprived of a fun character. FF is great though, probably my favorite side character.
I’ve also gone over these issues.
The fights/villains: I know this is a common complaint, but I do have a hard time enjoying a lot of the fights in this part, much more so than other parts imo. Manhattan Transfer, Goo Goo Dolls (for what it’s worth, I don’t like the Little Feet fight either), Highway to Hell, Dragon’s Dream, Yo-Yo Ma , and Bohemian Rhapsody are all fights with either an uninteresting ability/premise or a boring/annoying villain (or Bohemian Rhapsody, which is the perfect storm of a boring ability, an even worse villain, and a dumb conclusion that makes it the worse fight in the entire series for me).
Not trying to be the Devil’s advocate, but Ungaro and Bohemian Rhapsody have much more to them than meets the eye. Bohemian Rhapsody, unlike Chariot Requiem’s random set of abilities, has multiple, connected stages to it’s ability. Weirdly enough, no one bothers to question Chariot Requiem’s differing effects. BR’s overwhelming, which goes hand-in-hand with it’s musical reference. I was actually planning on doing an essay on BR. If you want to, I’ll definitely do it.
Ungaro, apart from a representation of DIO’s unfiltered hatred for the world, expects results without doing anything. His ability reflects that, in that BR doesn’t require him to do anything. He lazes away on a plane, expecting that results would come on their own. In the end, we see how weak minded he is, loosing any drive to move on.
Another aspect a lot of people overlook is how (somewhat) justified this attitude is. Someone (Weather) found a way to use the Stand against itself, which is pretty cool and unique. Knowing this, Ungaro realizes that BR becomes useless, since (if he activates it again) Weather’s Put-Back Man would revert it’s effects. His inaction and lack of agency were the reasons his overpowered ability was defeated, making him lose the will to live.
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Part 6 is my favorite part, but I feel like theres some stuff in it I struggle to enjoy. I feel as though the early half of the part is flawless and perfect, but around the middle the story changes lanes and "feels" like it has some growing pains in transforming from one to another.
I’ve indirectly talked about this point. The middle of SO doesn’t have anywhere to “grow” because it’s not taking place over a long duration of time. It’s merely a couple of hours, filled with a handful of fights. And I don’t see what it’s transforming into. After the USPW arc, we get the jail-break. That’s where some form of transition happens.
Thats just a genereal vibe I get, but I will say I really have trouble getting into characters like Anasui, since he doesnt fit into the group that well, and seemingly the group is made to fit with him? its weird. I'm also not a fan of Dragons Dream, just because its really long, im not as invested in the fight, and some of the imagry kinda upset me like FF in the electric chair.
While I admit that his initial personality didn’t really stick with me, after FF’s death Annasui becomes an amazing and pivotal character (not to say he wasn’t useful before her death). Hopefully I can show how important and amazing he really is.
Firstly, I just want to say just how much I enjoy his goofy interactions with Jolyne. Araki masterfully makes him obsessive, but not to the extent of being creepy. It’s rather cute and hilarious. This is what I’ve always loved about him, apart from his determination. Before you go on, I want to remind you that I (too) remember that he lacks any chemistry with the rest of the cast.
On the surface he’s a very reserved, yet committed, person. He did his best to fulfill his goal: helping and protecting Jolyne (the woman he loves). This becomes especially evident once we take a look at what he actually does throughout the Part.
When you think about it, Annasui did a lot more to contribute to Jolyne’s cause, than anyone else in the group. He helped FF infiltrate the USPW. Took out Kenzo in a single attack. I know that it felt very coincidental/opportunistic, but he had reasons for not helping FF beforehand: 1) that attitude aligned with his established personality; 2) it made sense, based on the situation and what FF said that Annasui should do, with there being another Stand user in the area (which is something people always seem to forget).
Following this, he “rigged” Guccio to explode, simultaneously leading to the removal of Survivor’s influence, Guccio’s death and incapacitation of D&G. This allowed FF to have an easier time taking care of D&G, later on. Annasui then dealt with Yo-Yo-Ma. I do have to say that the “frog brain-thing” was pretty bullshit (the whole fight for that matter). But, what matters is that Annasui was the one who did it.
In the fight against Green Green Grass of Home he, once again, contributed a lot (trapping the Stand in a bottle - being his bigger contribution in that fight). He was even willing to kill the Green Baby, realizing it’s far from human/normal, which would’ve ended Pucci’s plan right then and there. Insane, right!? However Jolyne, feeling the familial bond/connection, prevented him from doing so.
After FF’s death, he becomes selfless, which makes him more likeable and serves as his character development. The Part 6 cast may not have the best chemistry (which is due to the prison setting, where their movement is restricted and they can’t spend much time together), but they all have their respective arcs and developments.
During the Heavy Weather fight, Annasui helped Domenico face Pucci (and almost beat him). Interestingly enough, what stopped them from winning here was the car crash. Afterwards, HE found the Weather Report Stand disc, that Domenico left behind. This discovery, ultimately, led to Pucci’s downfall.
In the C-Moon fight, Annasui sacrificed himself, by taking C-Moon’s inverted Gravity, so that Jolyne could attack it. He was also the closest to killing Pucci in this fight. After Jolyne got punched by C-Moon, and flew off, Annasui immediately pursued Pucci and almost beat him. He was also the one who attempted to take down Pucci, while he was on the space shuttle, acquiring MiH. Meanwhile, the rest of the group just stood there and watched.
In the end, he got what he wanted: Jolyne’s promise to marry him (which was genuine). This wasn’t long-lived, however. His final act consisted of him using Diver Down to shield his allies by absorbing all incoming damage. Ironically, it was Stone Free’s fist that was used to doughnut him. It might’ve failed, but it’s the thought that counts. He was willing to sacrifice himself (and he did). This really shows how far he’s come, as a character.
Not to say that the rest of the cast did nothing, but yeah... I’d say Annasui’s the real MVP of Stone Ocean. I already loved his Stand’s musical reference, design and ability. But now... he’s gained my full respect and became one of my favorite characters in the whole series.
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The setting in this part is forgettable, bland, and causes so many little problems for the entire story.
The first part of this is subjective, but the setting causing “so many little problems” is far from true. While definitely limiting our protagonists’ movement, it serves as a greater hindrance to them, when it comes to fights. The existence of guards, and how they can be paid to do things (like in the Debt Collector fight), serves as an omnipresent external factor affecting everyone equally. I think that’s great. After the halfway point, the protagonists have a short trip through Florida (from GDSP, to Disney-land, to Orlando, to Cape Canaveral), with the most memorable final location.
I feel an often under appreciated part of jojo are the settings. The setting is the core part of a story and when it is done well it creates a perfect blend of intrigue and wraps the themes of the story. Part 3's themes and story are lost without it's world spanning setting, part 4's major appeal and more nusicaned character writing would be far less prevalent if not for the small town setting. It doesn't need to be perfect, just a enjoyable setting. I find it similar to part 5 where the setting isn't really the main focus but in part 5 it's just done right and doesn't cause the same issues.
I don’t agree that the settings are under appreciated. They just don’t require much focus. They’re just locations. They don’t have any thematic relevance (except maybe Morioh). The prison, just for being a prison, has it’s own identity. Let alone because of how unique the idea is, in the world of JoJo.
One of the problems it creates is that it doesn't feel special. You could swap out the entire setting it wouldn't change much of anything. Move the setting to texas and boom! it's turns out the exact same. The characters don't feel connected to it and the constant bland grey prison walls in the background art is not the most enjoyable. It does get better when they get out of the prison though.
I actually think it would change. With hindsight, we know the importance if Gravity (in both scientific and thematic sense) and why Pucci goes to Cape Canaveral, of all places. The Gravitational effect of the Moon is the strongest around the Equator, where Cape Canaveral is situated.
The surroundings don’t matter all that much, as opposed to how Araki makes the environment affect the fights. Even in a prison setting, we get amazing fights which also have the aforementioned external factor, in the form of guards.
The ending is controversial to say the least, it seems people either really hate it or love it but I find a much larger problem at hand than that. I'll get this out of the way first, the ending is fine, it's not the best but certainly not the worst. Is it highly misunderstood? Yes but that won't be the point I try to make. This might be a problem for me personally and not a objective problem in the story but this is not the ending I wanted. I'm not asking for the original ending to be improved but I want it to be different. Originally I started off loving this ending very much what a somber, thematic, epic conclusion to the OG story but the more and more I let it set in the find myself looking back onto to part 6 with a boring blandness. The ending concludes everything and no matter how bad a story is a great ending will sort of block out then negatives in the back of your mind whether I intentionally think about it or not. And the problem with SO ending is it got to the point of being too much. Where do you go after a literal universe changing power. Anything before and after I immediately compare to the extreme heights of SO. It felt like anytime I tired to get attached it just pops back into my mind that nothing even happened. I'm fine with the whole it was all a dream type endings but in the realm of jojo it just seems so out of place, it's almost a cliche type ending.
This is kind of funny to see. The ending is clearly not a “only a dream” scenario, nor did nothing mattehappen in the end. I explained the ending, but will repeat aspects of it anyway. The way SO’s ending differs from “only a dream” endings, is that the characters’ actions mattered in the end. We see Jolyne & Co. (except from Emporio) having different lives. This is only because they are now devoid of Pucci’s influence. Everything before Part 6 still happened. While the journey of Part 6 was removed, that journey still matters. It’s not a case of it being a literal dream, which is what makes it better. Their actions mattered.
And saying it seems out of place, for JoJo, is just hilarious. A series about actual bizarreness is not supposed to have a bizarre ending? It, on the contrary, perfectly fits JoJo (like the rest of the Part).
The whole series has been weird and wacky so you'd figure changing the entire universe would be a good choice but something about just takes away so much.
One of my favorite games Danganronpa v:3 (spoilers btw in case you didn't know or want to play the games) has the exact same nothing you did mattered type ending but in that game the core theme was the fiction has the power to change reality and the whole ending is about the characters overcoming the obstacle of their entire life being made up and pre determined. In that story and ending like that fits but in a jojo story I did not find it satisfying. It maybe because the ending was so much larger than the characters that I found short term love for it but in the long term I found part 5 and part 7 endings much more enjoyable.
I’ve gone through the Danganronpa franchise and I’ve gotta say you’re missing the reason behind V3’s ending. You’ve completely misunderstood both endings. It’s far from what you think it’s about. There are interviews that support what I’ll say here. The creator was “disgusted”, because he believed that fans of the series liked seeing high-schoolers suffering (this is obviously wrong, since we loved the colorful cast, unique gameplay, the mystery and intrigue of the story, etc.). Because of this naïve belief, he decided to give a big “fuck you” to us, by making V3’s ending about how it was all a literal dream/lie. How it was fake. They even go as far as putting their Dangaronpa Team logo’s in the very end, implying that even V3 is just a game. All the characters and events never even happened, as opposed to SO’s. The Danganronpa series had a horrible, cliché ending, while SO had a creative twist on said cliché endings.
Part 5’s ending is the epitome of underwhelming and bland (not talking about Sleeping Slaves). Diavolo finally emerges, but is immediately knocked out by Chariot Requiem. Characters spend an episode reacting to their changed bodies. They later run around. Diavolo somehow figures out CR’s weakness and basically screws himself. Bruno finishes the job, which is the point at which Diavolo already lost. Everything after that is a really prolonged defeat.
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i have no problems with the story; i think that the part is home to the worst character designs in the series. not to say that they're low-quality, rather, they're extremely high-quality, but I still have my preferences, and I don't like some of them. firstly, some of them just look bad, to me at least. i think that Rikiel's outfit looks like utter shit, and his wide-eyed brother is grotesque; yo-yo ma-- while being an amazing stand with a great fight-- also looks like trash, but I suppose that was the entire point, in this case.
While that’s subjective, I’ll give my opinion. Part 6 has some if the wackiest and unique outfits ever. Araki manages to make so many things work (like Mirashon’s hair, or Rykiel’s cow-suit). I mean, Part 6’s characters are named after fashion designers/companies. Have you seen what those fashion exhibitions are like? The models wear these weird-looking outfits. Part 6 seems to somewhat go with this flow. They are also rather colorful, as opposed to Part 3’s normal-looking outfits. Part 5 also had some horrible and forgettable outfits like Carne, Tiziano, Squalo, Sale, Zucchero, Melone, Illuso, Formaggio and Ghiaccio.
secondly, some character designs take a few shots to fully develop. I don't mean Pucci's changing eyebrows-- those are cool, and are explained by the story. i mean characters like Anasui. he starts as a girl, then turns into a guy with feminine features (a change i enjoy), some of which are dropped in his subsequent appearances-- like his original eyelashes, which i thought were cool.
Every Part has the same thing. Apart from Part 8, all the Parts have their style change to it’s peak, by the end of the story. The same is with SO. As for Annasui, here’s what the case of his design change really is (from JoJo’s Bizarre Encyclopedia):
”At ‘Lucca Comics and Games 2019’, Araki revealed that the reason behind Annasui's sex seemingly changing after his first appearance was that he wanted to portray a character with an androgynous image that went beyond the standard definition of genders”
So, Annasui was always a man. Despite this, I believe we can draw out a logical reason why he looked like a woman. We know that Diver Down can change a person, from the inside out. So, Annasui making himself look like a woman is possible.
Now, onto the motive. When FF asks for his help, Annasui states that he’s ”fallen for (Jolyne). From the first time (he) saw her, completely”. The two of them haven’t met, or appeared together, until their meet-up in the Ultra Security Punishment Ward (what’s weird is that Jolyne implies that she’s seen him already, when we’ve never seen this happen). So, it’s safe to assume that he used his “disguise” in order to enter the female ward and look at/over Jolyne. He might’ve had a reason to be there and saw her by complete accident, falling in love at first sight.
Well... that’s just my (in-Universe) explanation. Seems plausible, though.
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2020.05.31 00:23 tonnie_taller Shrek: The 10 Best Pop Culture References Made In The Franchise

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Shrek broke the mold by reversing a centuries-old trope: it gave agency to ogres, who have always been slandered in fairy tales, providing a happy ending for everyone (except the villains, of course). In the process, Shrek alluded to a vast number of films, TV shows, celebrities, and even commercials.
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Almost nothing was spared by the writers of the film franchise : Ex-Lax, The Beatles, McDonald’s, NYC, Hollywood, Spider-Man, Indiana Jones, Justin Timberlake, even parodying various aspects of Disney movies. The list below includes ten references made by Shrek to well-known pieces of pop culture.

10 When Fiona Shows Off Her Bullet Time Martial Skills

Fiona pretends to be the perfect princess, waiting all alone in her tower for her prince to come and rescue her. The fact of the matter, however, is that Fiona can handle herself rather well.
When Monsieur Hood, a blatant satire of Robin Hood, violently drags her away, she knocks him out with a single kick, before proceeding to take out all his Merrymen with an effortless sense of grace. At one point in the fight, she pauses in mid-air, arms splayed out in a perfect mirroring of Trinity’s fight during the opening sequence of The Matrix(1999).

9 When Pinocchio Parodies Mission: Impossible

When Shrek, Donkey, and Puss in Boots are trapped in a well, it is up to Pinocchio and Gingy to save them. Being a puppet, only Pinocchio has the ability to let himself down with his strings.
This scene is a replica of Ethan Hunt in Mission: Impossible(1996), in which he does the Cable Drop using a set of wires, thereby avoiding the pressure-sensitive detectors on the floor. Unfortunately for Pinocchio, he fails the first lie-detector test when Donkey asks him to lie about “wearing ladies’ underwear.”

8 When Puss In Boots Became A Chestburster

Puss in Boots, himself a tribute to Zorro and the fairy tale of the same name, is hired by King Harold to take care of the ogre problem “troubling” his daughter. At first sight, Shrek thinks he’s an adorable little kitty, beckoning him over. However, he soon realizes his mistake when Puss attacks him, claws extended, causing Shrek to scream and flail about.
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Puss then enters Shrek’s clothing, scrambling all over his body before bursting out of his tunic in a spectacular reference to the chestburster scene in Alien(1979) where a Xenomorph larva emerges from Kane’s rib cage, killing him the process.

7 When Queen Lillian Accidentally Quotes Seinfeld

During Shrek and Fiona’s first dinner with her parents, tensions are running high, with King Harold making snide remarks about Shrek’s heritage (“his type,” as he refers to it). He asks Shrek what kind of grandchildren he could expect from the latter’s union with Fiona, to which Shrek angrily responds, “Ogres! Yes!”
Queen Lillian decides to defuse the situation by adding “Not that there’s anything wrong with that,” which is a line used in Seinfeld by Jerry and George as a way to avoid being seen as homophobic, while still making it clear that they aren’t gay. This line in both contexts is still ultimately problematic, though.

6 When Fiona Becomes Marilyn Monroe

The Fairy Godmother introduces herself to Fiona by barging into her room and charming her furniture to fly around (while singing). In her bid to convince Fiona that she deserves a real (human) prince, she forces her into a shiny gold dress, which she then causes to fly up above Fiona’s knees.
This is a reference to The Seven Year Itch(1955), where Marilyn Monroe’s dress flies up while standing over a subway grate, one of the most iconic Hollywood images ever.

5 When Dragon Imitates A Tyrannosaurus Rex

In Jurassic Park (1993), the rampaging T. Rex destroys a bathroom in which the lawyer is hiding, pauses for a painful moment, and just chomps down on him (swinging him around in its terrifying jaws before swallowing whatever remained).
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This scene is the inspiration behind the death of Lord Farquaad, whose death comes by means of Dragon. She bursts through the stained-glass window at the top of the cathedral, and simply gulps him down.

4 When Puss In Boots Does A Flashdance

Puss in Boots is a classic diva, given his penchant for theatrics. While singing a rendition of Ricky Martin’s “Livin’ La Vida Loca,” he leans back in a chair and tugs on a chain, causing a shower of water to fall on him. Alex Owens executes the same move in Flashdance(1983) as part of her performance in the local cabaret.
This shot is so iconic that it has been parodied several times, for instance, in Deadpool 2(2018), Deadpool has a shower of bullet casings being poured over him.

3 When Pinocchio Channels Michael Jackson

Pinocchio may not actually be a real boy (to his constant chagrin), but he most certainly is a phenomenal dancer. During the “Livin’ La Vida Loca” number, Pinocchio shows everyone how to move like The King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson.
He does the moonwalk, the crotch grab, and, if the volume is loud enough, one can hear a plaintive “Oooh” coming from his mouth, although it is mostly drowned out by the band.

2 When Fiona’s Wedding Ring Alluded To The One Ring

A gnome is shown removing a red-hot ring from the fire, carefully handing it to Shrek, so he can give it to Fiona. However, Shrek loses his grip over it, sending it flying into the air and consequently landing on Fiona’s finger (the perspective is viewed from above).
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This is an exact copy of the scene in The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) where Frodo stumbles over a stranger’s foot, with the One Ring landing on his finger. In fact, the parody continues further when Fiona’s ring glows with a warm “I Love You,” a sweet allusion to the Black Speech of Mordor engraved on the Ring.

1 When Shrek And Fiona Perform A Cinema Hat-trick

In one short scene, Shrek spoofs three movies. During the honeymoon sequence, Shrek and Fiona are seen making out while a wave washes over them, a reference to From Here To Eternity(1955). When the wave ebbs, Fiona is gone and Shrek is making out with a mermaid who is a dead ringer for Ariel from The Little Mermaid (1989).
In a rage, Fiona flings the mermaid back into the sea, where she is instantly eaten by two sharks, of which one bears a striking resemblance to the Jaws (1975) poster.
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2020.05.22 16:57 lotus_pond54 Friday Fitness

Wanting to get this out here:
https://www.reddit.com/politics/comments/gnicju/president_trump_congratulates_tiffany_trump_on/
Congratulations to Tiffany Trump, over the law school hump, hooray!
Here's another something along those lines that it occurs to me to include in this end of the work a day week post:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlSwsE22nX0
What Representing Men in Divorce Taught Me About Fatherhood Marilyn York TEDxUniversityofNevada
which is posted as a heads up of something definitely worth watching, everybody.
Added:
https://www.reddit.com/technology/comments/gohump/just_turning_your_phone_on_qualifies_as_searching/
Is a pretty interesting topic, what is private, subject to a search warrant. And also, what all are the ways to get "contact tracing data", for instance, as I see a couple of nations have now insisted on a cellphone app for that purpose.
So the balance of power between privacy and security, even safety as in public health protection possible, is an interesting topic indeed.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/coronavirus-india-contact-tracing-app-privacy-data-security-concerns-aarogya-setu-forced-on-millions/
https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/pranavdixit/for-a-billion-indians-the-governments-voluntary-contact
Somebody else. Qatar, iirc.
Yes, it's sort of authoritarian, but at some level, we don't have privacy now. So to the degree we don't, we may as well use that loss of privacy for a socially responsible outcome. For instance.
Here's a person who is a "public interest technologist", which given the recent post about Nextdoor and their "Public Agency Alliance" or whatever it was,
https://www.citylab.com/equity/2020/05/nextdoor-local-partnerships-police-government-privacy-app/611827/ there is the article, the post on Reddit was "removed".
I hope Schneier connects with that, and maybe I need to put some oomph into that relationship? ;- )
https://www.schneier.com/
Schneier on Security
So it seems to me like there needs to be more of a connection between the "public interest" and the design and implementation of these social media platforms, and in fact all the stuff we are doing online these days. How we are all using the online functionality, as well as how it could be used, both for the benefit of the many and the few, keeping note that ethics are important.
https://www.scu.edu/ethics/all-about-ethics/regulating-disinformation-weve-been-debating-the-wrong-question/
Is an article to open up the topic a bit, maybe. Thanks all for reading and trying to pay attention, don't get runned over out there, stay reasonably safe!
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2020.05.22 04:40 Bewitched1 Looking for a few old beauty channels I can’t remember?? Probably 8-12 years old!!

Hoping some of you might be able to help!!

1 blonde who had a very rock And roll look, the most specific thing I remember is her channel logo was the misfits die, my darling album cover (Marilyn like cartoon girl holding a wine glass where a half skeleton face shows) (or some variation of it) she often did colorful looks and always had either early 2000s metalcore or electronic music.

2 I believe this guru was Australian?? Or maybe New Zealand? She was slightly chunky (not in a bad way just trying to describe her!!) had long black hair and always had winged liner. I remember specifically a 1st date makeup video; and a lamington recipe video.

3 I believe this was a modeling agency channel, but they did videos where models would talk about their favorite products or beauty secrets. I remember specifically someone did benefit hoola, someone else did soaked almonds (like the food), and someone else did rose water!! Often had accents

These are videos I grew up watching and would love to see again for nostalgia. I know my descriptions aren’t amazing but any guesses would help so much!! I’m at a loss trying other ways to find them
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2020.05.20 10:25 TailExpert [Part - 32] Large college ebooks/eTextbooks thread for cheap rates [$4 to $25]

  1. Business Law with UCC Applications Student Edition, 13th Edition: Gordon Brown & Paul Sukys
  2. Sex-Related Homicide and Death Investigation: Practical and Clinical Perspectives, 2nd Edition: Vernon J. Geberth
  3. Understanding Music, 8th Edition: Jeremy Yudkin
  4. Integrated Product and Process Design and Development: The Product Realization Process, 2nd Edition: Edward B. Magrab & Satyandra K. Gupta & F. Patrick McCluskey & Peter Sandborn
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  299. Pediatric Primary Care, 6th Edition: Catherine E. Burns & Ardys M. Dunn & Margaret A. Brady & Nancy Barber Starr & Catherine G. Blosser & Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks
  300. The Scholar-Practitioner’s Guide to Research Design, 1st Edition: Laureate Publishing & Gary J. Burkholder & Kimberley A. Cox & Linda M. Crawford
  301. When Crime Pays: Money and Muscle in Indian Politics, 1st Edition: Milan Vaishnav
  302. Windows Server 2016 Unleashed, 1st Edition: Rand Morimoto & Jeffrey Shapiro & Guy Yardeni & Omar Droubi & Michael Noel & Andrew Abbate & Chris Amaris
  303. Motivation: Biological, Psychological, and Environmental, 5th Edition: Lambert Deckers
  304. Explorations in Diversity: Examining Privilege and Oppression in a Multicultural Society, 2nd Edition: Sharon K. Anderson & Valerie A. Middleton
  305. Introduction to Strategic Public Relations: Digital, Global, and Socially Responsible Communication, 1st Edition: Janis Teruggi Page & Lawrence J. Parnell
  306. A Comprehensive Guide to Project Management Schedule and Cost Control: Methods and Models for Managing the Project Lifecycle, 1st Edition: Randal Wilson
  307. You May Ask Yourself: An Introduction to Thinking like a Sociologist, 6th Edition: Dalton Conley
  308. The Basic Practice of Statistics for AP, 5th Edition: Daren S. Starnes & David S. Moore & Dan Yates
  309. The Power of Framing: Creating the Language of Leadership, 2nd Edition: Gail T. Fairhurst
  310. Lubkin's Chronic Illness: Impact and Intervention, 10th Edition: Pamala D. Larsen
  311. Financial Accounting, 10th Edition: Robert Libby & Patricia Libby & Frank Hodge
  312. Introduction to Software Testing, 2nd Edition: Paul Ammann & Jeff Offutt
  313. A Practical Guide to Computer Forensics Investigations, 1st Edition: Darren R. Hayes
  314. Henke's Med-Math: Dosage Calculation, Preparation, & Administration, 9th Edition: Susan Buchholz
  315. Doing Right: A Practical Guide to Ethics for Medical Trainees and Physicians, 3rd Edition: Philip C. Hebert
  316. Auditing and Assurance Services, 17th Edition: Alvin A. Arens & Randal J. Elder & Mark S. Beasley & Chris E. Hogan
  317. Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting: Concepts and Practices, 8th Edition: Michael H. Granof & Saleha B. Khumawala & Thad D. Calabrese & Daniel L. Smith
  318. A History of World Societies, Concise, Volume 2, 11th Edition: Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks & Ebrey Patricia B. & Roger B. Beck
  319. The Developing Child, 13th Edition: Helen Bee & Denise Boyd
  320. High-Acuity Nursing, 7th Edition: Kathleen Dorman Wagner & Melanie Hardin-Pierce & Darlene Welsh & Karen Johnson
  321. Linear Algebra, 5th Edition: Stephen H. Friedberg & Arnold J. Insel & Lawrence E. Spence
  322. Sources of World Societies, Volume 1, 3rd Edition: Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks & Patricia Buckley Ebrey & Roger B. Beck & Jerry Davila & Clare Haru Crowston & John P. McKay
  323. Digital Forensics Workbook: Hands-on Activities in Digital Forensics: Michael Robinson
  324. Jonas and Kovner's Health Care Delivery in the United States, 12th Edition: James R. Knickman & Brian Elbel
  325. Introduction to Neuropsychopharmacology, 1st Edition: Leslie Iversen & Susan Iversen & Floyd E. Bloom & Robert H. Roth
  326. Weight Training for Life, 10th Edition: James L. Hesson
  327. Your Career: How To Make It Happen, 9th Edition: Lauri Harwood & Lisa M.D. Owens & Crystal Kadakia
  328. Services Marketing: Integrating Customer Focus Across the Firm, 7th Edition: Valarie A. Zeithaml & Mary Jo Bitner & Dwayne Gremler
  329. States Versus Markets: Understanding the Global Economy, 4th Edition: Herman Mark Schwartz
  330. Cybercrime: Investigating High-Technology Computer Crime, 2nd Edition: Robert Moore
  331. Essentials of Exercise Physiology, 5th Edition: William D. McArdle & Frank I. Katch & Victor L. Katch
  332. NoSQL for Mere Mortals, 1st Edition: Dan Sullivan
  333. Architectural Drafting and Design, 7th Edition: Alan Jefferis & David A. Madsen & David P. Madsen
  334. Calculus, 8th Edition: James Stewart
  335. Principles of Microeconomics, 12th Edition: Karl E. Case & Ray C. Fair & Sharon E. Oster
  336. MIS Cases: Decision Making wih Application Software, 4th Edition: Lisa Miller
  337. Auditing: A Practical Approach with Data Analytics, 1st Edition: Raymond N. Johnson & Laura Davis Wiley & Robyn Moroney & Fiona Campbell & Jane Hamilton
  338. South-Western Federal Taxation 2020: Essentials of Taxation: Individuals and Business Entities, 23rd Edition: Annette Nellen & James C. Young & William A. Raabe & David M. Maloney
  339. Student Solutions Manual for McKeague/Turner's Trigonometry, 8th Edition: Charles P. McKeague & Mark D. Turner
  340. Psychology in Your Life, 3rd Edition: Michael Gazzaniga & Sarah Grison
  341. American Courts: Process and Policy, 7th Edition: Lawrence Baum
  342. An Introduction to American Law, 3rd Edition: Daniel Rosen & Bruce Aronson & David G. Litt & Gerald Paul McAlinn & John P. Stern
  343. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition: American Psychological Association
  344. Doing Ethics: Moral Reasoning, Theory, and Contemporary Issues, 5th Edition: Lewis Vaughn
  345. Intermediate Algebra: Functions & Authentic Applications, 6th Edition: Jay Lehmann
  346. General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life, 5th Edition: Karen C. Timberlake
  347. Basics of Research Methods for Criminal Justice and Criminology, 4th Edition: Michael G. Maxfield
  348. Nature Unbound: Bureaucracy vs. the Environment (Independent Studies in Political Economy): Kenneth J. Sim & Randy T Simmons & Ryan M. Yonk
  349. Contemporary Criminal Law: Concepts, Cases, and Controversies, 5th Edition: Matthew Lippman
  350. Engineering Your Future: A Comprehensive Introduction to Engineering, 9th Edition: William C. Oakes & Les L. Leone
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2020.05.16 03:03 portlane JoAnn Lunt (June 25, 1946 - March 28, 2020)

JoAnn Haugsted Lunt
June 25, 1946 - March 28, 2020
On March 28, 2020 JoAnn Haugsted Lunt passed away at her home of natural causes. JoAnn was born June 25, 1946 in San Francisco, Calif. When she was 5 years old her Mother, Bruna Bertolucci, married Earling "Bud" Haugsted. Shortly thereafter they moved to Salem, Ore., where JoAnn started first grade at Garfield Elementary School and later continued her education at Parrish Junior High.
In 1960, her father married Helen Devers, whom JoAnn came to know and love as her mother. At that time, the family moved across town where JoAnn attended South Salem High School until graduating in 1964. After high school, she attended the University of Oregon. While at U of O, she became a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. In 1966, JoAnn transferred to Portland State University where she was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. Upon graduation from PSU, JoAnn was so moved by the assassination of Robert Kennedy that she became a founding member of the Kennedy Action Corp of Oregon.
In 1968, JoAnn went to work for McCann Erickson American Global Advertising Agency. As her skills and expertise grew it became obvious JoAnn's true gift was writing. In 1971 she was recruited by Young & Rohr Advertising where she was a Copywriter for over 30 years. Upon leaving Young & Rohr, she transitioned into retirement by free-lancing as an Advertising Consultant.
In 1976, JoAnn married long-time friend and soul mate, Tom Lunt and they were married for over 30 years. They shared a wonderful life together doing what they loved — simple pleasures like gardening, cooking, antiquing, and watching movies. After her retirement, JoAnn focused on her true passion which was animal welfare. She volunteered at the Oregon Humane Society and for the remainder of her life she was both a champion and advocate for the compassionate care and treatment of all animals.
JoAnn is survived by her beloved cat, Savannah (she has already been adopted into another loving home); her nephew, Jayson Greer; and cousins, Karen Hamlin, Vicki Gordon, and Victor Casella. She is also survived by four friends whose friendships have spanned over 60 years — Marilyn Dearsley, Connie Ledbetter, Toni Simpson, and Barbara Walker. Often when lives are shared in this way they become like a family or at the very least a sisterhood.
Our memories of JoAnn are loving and rich. She had a style all her own — edgy and fashion forward. Her sardonic humor and quick wit always kept us laughing. She possessed a brilliant intellect and had the ability to engage in lively political discussions convincing us we could solve the problems of the world. We will deeply miss her friendship and the space she filled in our hearts.
Donations may be made in memory of JoAnn to the Oregon Humane Society, 1067 N.E. Columbia Blvd., Portland, OR 97211 or the charity of your choice. Per her request no service will be held. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service.
Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
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2020.05.15 09:06 bookseller10 Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-25)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)

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  2. Motivational Interviewing, 3rd Edition: William R. Miller & Stephen Rollnick
  3. Brooks/Cole Empowerment Series: An Introduction to Family Social Work, 4th Edition: Donald Collins & Catheleen Jordan & Heather Coleman
  4. Microsoft Excel 2019 Data Analysis and Business Modeling, 6th Edition: Wayne Winston
  5. The Power of Framing: Creating the Language of Leadership, 2nd Edition: Gail T. Fairhurst
  6. Doing Right: A Practical Guide to Ethics for Medical Trainees and Physicians, 3rd Edition: Philip C. Hebert
  7. Experimental Design: Procedures for the Behavioral Sciences, 4th Edition: Roger E. Kirk
  8. Principles of Corporate Finance, 11th Edition: Richard Brealey
  9. The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try, 6th Edition: Andy Crowe
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  11. Financial Markets and Institutions, 6th Edition: Anthony Saunders
  12. Windows Server 2016 Unleashed, 1st Edition: Rand Morimoto & Jeffrey Shapiro & Guy Yardeni
  13. NoSQL for Mere Mortals, 1st Edition: Dan Sullivan
  14. Children's Thinking: Cognitive Development and Individual Differences, 6th Edition: David F. Bjorklund & Kayla B. Causey
  15. Mathematical Statistics with Applications, 7th Edition: Dennis Wackerly & William Mendenhall & Richard L. Scheaffer
  16. Speak Up! An Illustrated Guide to Public Speaking, 4th Edition: Douglas M. Fraleigh & Joseph S. Tuman & Peter Arkle
  17. An Introduction to Intercultural Communication: Identities in a Global Community, 9th Edition: Fred E. Jandt
  18. Data Mining for Business Analytics: Concepts, Techniques and Applications in Python, 1st Edition: Galit Shmueli & Peter C. Bruce & Peter Gedeck & Nitin R. Patel
  19. Chemical Fate and Transport in the Environment, 3rd Edition: Harold F. Hemond & Elizabeth J. Fechner
  20. INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook: A Guide for System Life Cycle Processes and Activities, 4th Edition: INCOSE
  21. Imaginative Writing: The Elements of Craft (Penguin Academics Series), 1st Edition: Janet Burroway
  22. Understanding Music, 8th Edition: Jeremy Yudkin
  23. Murach's Oracle SQL and PL/SQL for Developers, 2nd Edition: Joel Murach
  24. Calculus, 4th Edition: Jon Rogawski & Colin Adams & Robert Franzosa
  25. Supervision in Early Childhood Education, 3rd Edition: Joseph J. Caruso & M. Temple Fawcett & Leslie R. Williams
  26. As We Have Always Done: Indigenous Freedom through Radical Resistance, 3rd Edition: Leanne Betasamosake Simpson
  27. Contemporary Business, 17th Edition: Louis E. Boone & David L. Kurtz & Susan Berston
  28. Indian Polity, 6th Edition: M. Laxmikanth
  29. Prealgebra, 5th Edition: Marvin L. Bittinger & David J. Ellenbogen & Barbara L. Johnson
  30. Digital Forensics Workbook: Hands-on Activities in Digital Forensics: Michael Robinson
  31. Ordinary Differential Equations, Revised Edition: Morris Tenenbaum & Harry Pollard
  32. Understanding and Treating Chronic Shame: A Relational/Neurobiological Approach, 1st Edition: Patricia A. DeYoung
  33. A Guide to Econometrics, 6th Edition: Peter Kennedy
  34. Theory and Design for Mechanical Measurements, 6th Edition: Richard S. Figliola & Donald E. Beasley
  35. Immunology: A Short Course, 7th Edition: Richard Coico & Geoffrey Sunshine
  36. Financial Accounting: An Introduction to Concepts, Methods and Uses, 14th Edition: Roman L. Weil & Katherine Schipper & Jennifer Francis
  37. Writing Tools: 55 Essential Strategies for Every Writer, 1st Edition: Roy Peter Clark
  38. CCNA Routing and Switching Portable Command Guide, 4th Edition: Scott Empson
  39. Introduction to Heat Transfer, 6th Edition: Theodore L. Bergman & Adrienne S. Lavine & Frank P. Incropera
  40. Explorations: Introduction to Astronomy, 9th Edition: Thomas Arny
  41. Modern Optical Engineering, 4th Edition: Warren J. Smith
  42. Microsoft Excel 2019 Data Analysis and Business Modeling, 6th Edition: Wayne Winston
  43. 5 Steps to a 5 AP Chinese Language and Culture, 1st Edition: JianMin Luo
  44. Financial Accounting, 10th Edition: Robert Libby & Patricia Libby & Frank Hodge
  45. High-Acuity Nursing, 7th Edition: Kathleen Dorman Wagner & Melanie Hardin-Pierce & Darlene Welsh & Karen Johnson
  46. Biology for the Informed Citizen, 1st Edition: Donna M. Bozzone & Douglas S. Green
  47. 70-740 Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016: Microsoft Official Academic Course
  48. 70-741 Networking with Windows Server 2016: Microsoft Official Academic Course
  49. New and Emerging Issues in Latinx Health, 1st Edition, 2020 Edition: Airín D. Martínez & Scott D. Rhodes
  50. Student Solutions Manual for McKeague/Turner's Trigonometry, 8th Edition: Charles P. McKeague & Mark D. Turner
  51. A History of World Societies, Concise, Volume 2, 11th Edition: Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks & Ebrey Patricia B. & Roger B. Beck
  52. A Comprehensive Guide to Project Management Schedule and Cost Control: Methods and Models for Managing the Project Lifecycle, 1st Edition: Randal Wilson
  53. Using Statistics in the Social and Health Sciences with SPSS and Excel, 1st Edition: Martin Lee Abbott
  54. Absolute Java, 6th Edition, Global Edition: Walter Savitch
  55. ACSM's Resources for the Personal Trainer, 5th Edition: American College of Sports Medicine
  56. Adolescence, Canadian Edition: Ian McMahan & Susan Thompson
  57. Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Provider Manual, 16th Edition: American Heart Association
  58. Advertising: Concept and Copy, 3rd Edition: George Felton
  59. Advocacy: Championing Ideas and Influencing Others, 1st Edition: John A. Daly
  60. Advocacy in the Human Services, 1st Edition: Mark Ezell
  61. Advocacy Practice for Social Justice, 4th Edition: Richard Hoefer
  62. America: A Narrative History, Volume 1, 11th Edition: David E. Shi
  63. America's History, Value Edition, Combined Volume, 9th Edition: Rebecca Edwards & Eric Hinderaker & Robert Self & James A. Henretta
  64. American Courts: Process and Policy, 7th Edition: Lawrence Baum
  65. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition: American Psychological Association
  66. An Introduction to American Law, 3rd Edition: Daniel Rosen & Bruce Aronson & David G. Litt & Gerald Paul McAlinn & John P. Stern
  67. An Introduction to Family Social Work, 4th Edition: Donald Collins & Catheleen Jordan & Heather Coleman
  68. Anatomical Landmark Palpation, 1st Edition: Paula Maxwell
  69. Statistics in Action: Understanding a World of Data, 2nd Edition: Ann E. Watkins & Richard L. Scheaffer & George W. Cobb
  70. Applied Business Ethics: A Skills-Based Approach, 1st Edition: Dean Bredeson
  71. Architectural Drafting and Design, 7th Edition: Alan Jefferis & David A. Madsen & David P. Madsen
  72. Assessment is Essential, 1st Edition: Susan Green & Robert Johnson
  73. Investment Valuation: Tools and Techniques for Determining the Value of Any Asset, 3rd Edition: Aswath Damodaran
  74. Attacking Faulty Reasoning, 7th Edition: T. Edward Damer
  75. Auditing: A Practical Approach with Data Analytics, 1st Edition: Raymond N. Johnson & Laura Davis Wiley & Robyn Moroney & Fiona Campbell & Jane Hamilton
  76. Auditing and Assurance Services, 17th Edition: Alvin A. Arens & Randal J. Elder & Mark S. Beasley & Chris E. Hogan
  77. Autism: A New Introduction to Psychological Theory and Current Debate, 2nd Edition: Sue Fletcher-Watson & Francesca Happé
  78. Zero Trust Networks: Building Secure Systems in Untrusted Networks, 1st Edition: Evan Gilman & Doug Barth
  79. Basics of Research Methods for Criminal Justice and Criminology, 4th Edition: Michael G. Maxfield
  80. Bates’ Nursing Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, 2nd Edition: Beth Hogan-Quigley & Mary Louise Palm & Lynn S. Bickley
  81. Developing Child, The: Pearson New International Edition, 13th Edition: Helen Bee & Denise Boyd
  82. Behavioral Problems in Geography Revisited, 1st Edition: Kevin R Cox & Reginald Golledge
  83. BIM and Quantity Surveying, 1st Edition: Steve Pittard
  84. Biology for the Informed Citizen, 1st Edition: Donna M. Bozzone & Douglas S. Green
  85. Building Accounting Systems Using Access 2010, 8th Edition: James Perry & Richard Newmark
  86. Burns and Grove's The Practice of Nursing Research: Appraisal, Synthesis, and Generation of Evidence, 8th Edition: Jennifer R. Gray & Susan K. Grove & Suzanne Sutherland
  87. Business and Society: Stakeholders, Ethics, Public Policy, 16th Edition: Anne Lawrence & James Weber
  88. Business Communication: A Problem-Solving Approach, 1st Edition: Kathryn Rentz
  89. Calculus, 8th Edition: James Stewart
  90. Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 8th Edition: James Stewart
  91. Calculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic, 4th Edition: Ross L. Finney & Franklin D. Demana & Bert K. Waits & Daniel Kennedy
  92. Calculus of a Single Variable, 11th Edition: Ron Larson & Bruce H. Edwards
  93. Campbell Biology, 11th Edition: Lisa A. Urry & Michael L. Cain & Steven A. Wasserman & Peter V. Minorsky & Jane B. Reece
  94. Career Theories and Models at Work: Ideas for Practice: Nancy Arthur & Roberta Neault & Mary McMahon
  95. Case Studies in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, 2nd Edition: DeDe Wohlfarth & Robin K. Morgan
  96. Concepts of Fitness And Wellness: A Comprehensive Lifestyle Approach, 11th Edition: Charles Corbin & Karen Welk & William Corbin & Gregory Welk
  97. Charlotte Huck's Children's Literature: A Brief Guide, 3rd Edition: Barbara Kiefer & Cynthia Tyson
  98. Chemical Dependency Counseling: A Practical Guide, 5th Edition: Robert R. Perkinson
  99. Children Moving:A Reflective Approach to Teaching Physical Education with Movement Analysis Wheel, 9th Edition: George Graham & Shirley Ann Holt/Hale & Melissa Parker
  100. China, Russia, and Twenty-First Century Global Geopolitics: Paul J. Bolt & Sharyl N. Cross
  101. Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die, 1st Edition: Chip Heath & Dan Heath
  102. The One-Hour Activist: The 15 Most Powerful Actions You Can Take to Fight for the Issues and Candidates You Care About, 1st Edition: Christopher Kush
  103. Cognition, 6th Edition: Scott Sinnett & Daniel Smilek & Alan Kingstone
  104. Cognitive Psychology: Applying The Science of the Mind, 3rd Edition: Bridget Robinson-Riegler & Gregory L. Robinson-Riegler
  105. Windows Server 2016 Unleashed, 1st Edition: Rand Morimoto & Jeffrey Shapiro & Guy Yardeni & Omar Droubi & Michael Noel & Andrew Abbate & Chris Amaris
  106. Collect, Combine, and Transform Data Using Power Query in Excel and Power BI, 1st Edition: Gil Raviv
  107. College Algebra: Real Mathematics, Real People, 7th Edition: Ron Larson
  108. Communication Sciences and Disorders: From Science to Clinical Practice, 4th Edition: Ronald B. Gillam & Thomas P. Marquardt
  109. Community & Public Health Nursing: Evidence for Practice, 3rd Edition: Rosanna DeMarco & Judith Healey-Walsh
  110. Comparative Health Systems: A Global Perspective, 2nd Edition: James A. Johnson & Carleen Stoskopf & Leiyu Shi
  111. CompTIA A+ Core 1 Exam: Guide to Computing Infrastructure, 10th Edition: Jean Andrews & Joy Dark & Jill West
  112. CompTIA Security+ Practice Tests: Exam SY0-501, 1st Edition: S. Russell Christy & Chuck Easttom
  113. Computer-Based Construction Project Management: Tarek Hegazy
  114. Consumer Behavior, 12th Edition: Leon G. Schiffman & Joseph L. Wisenblit
  115. Contemporary Nursing: Issues, Trends, & Management, 8th Edition: Barbara Cherry & Susan R. Jacob
  116. Control Systems Engineering, 8th Edition: Norman S. Nise
  117. Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, 8th Edition: Derald Wing Sue & David Sue & Helen A. Neville & Laura Smith
  118. Criminal Investigation, 5th Edition: Aric W. Dutelle & Ronald F. Becker
  119. Curriculum Development in Nursing Education, 4th Edition: Carroll L. Iwasiw & Mary-Anne Andrusyszyn & Dolly Goldenberg
  120. Cybercrime: Investigating High-Technology Computer Crime, 2nd Edition: Robert Moore
  121. A Project Manager's Book of Forms: A Companion to the PMBOK Guide, 3rd Edition: Cynthia Snyder Dionisio
  122. A Practical Guide to Computer Forensics Investigations, 1st Edition: Darren R. Hayes
  123. The Personality Puzzle, 8th Edition: David C. Funder
  124. Linear Algebra: A Modern Introduction, 2nd Edition: David Poole
  125. Design of Machinery, 6th Edition: Robert Norton
  126. Designing and Managing the Supply Chain, 3rd Edition: David Simchi-Levi & Philip Kaminsky & Edith Simchi-Levi
  127. The Developing Child, 13th Edition: Helen Bee & Denise Boyd
  128. Deviant Behavior, 12th Edition: Alex Thio & Jim D. Taylor & Martin D. Schwartz
  129. Digital Forensics Workbook: Hands-on Activities in Digital Forensics: Michael Robinson
  130. DK Guide to Public Speaking, 3rd Edition: Lisa A. Ford-Brown & DK Dorling Kindersley
  131. Doing Ethics: Moral Reasoning, Theory, and Contemporary Issues, 5th Edition: Lewis Vaughn
  132. Dutton's Orthopaedic: Examination, Evaluation and Intervention, 5th Edition: Mark Dutton
  133. E-Marketing, 7th Edition: Judy Strauss & Raymond Frost
  134. Early Childhood Education Today, 14th Edition: George S Morrison
  135. Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology, 12th Edition: Edward J. Tarbuck & Frederick K. Lutgens & Dennis G. Tasa
  136. Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology 13th Edition: Edward J. Tarbuck & Frederick K. Lutgens & Dennis G. Tasa & Scott Linneman
  137. Educational Psychology, 7th Canadian edition: Anita Woolfolk & Philip H. Winne & Nancy E. Perry
  138. Integrated Product and Process Design and Development: The Product Realization Process, 2nd Edition: Edward B. Magrab & Satyandra K. Gupta & F. Patrick McCluskey & Peter Sandborn
  139. Elementary & Intermediate Algebra for College Students, 5th Edition: Allen R. Angel & Dennis Runde
  140. Elements of Argument: A Text and Reader, 12th Edition: Annette T. Rottenberg & Donna Haisty Winchell
  141. Engineering Design Graphics with Autodesk Inventor 2020, 1st Edition: James D. Bethune
  142. Entrepreneurship, 5th Edition: Andrew Zacharakis & William D. Bygrave & Andrew C. Corbett
  143. Entrepreneurship, 5th Asia-Pacific Edition: Howard Frederick & Allan O'Connor & Donald F. Kuratko
  144. Essential Cell Biology, 5th Edition: Bruce Alberts & Karen Hopkin & Alexander D. Johnson & David Morgan & Martin Raff & Keith Roberts & Peter Walter
  145. Essential Logic for Computer Science: Rex Page & Ruben Gamboa
  146. Essentials of Accounting, 11th Edition: Leslie K. Breitner & Robert N. Anthony
  147. Essentials of Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy, 4th Edition: Ellen Hillegass
  148. Essentials of Geology, 6th Edition: Stephen Marshak
  149. Essentials of Nursing Law and Ethics, 2nd Edition: Susan J. Westrick
  150. Essentials of Exercise Physiology, 5th Edition: William D. McArdle & Frank I. Katch & Victor L. Katch
  151. Essentials of Online Course Design: A Standards-Based Guide, 2nd Edition: Marjorie Vai & Kristen Sosulski
  152. Ethical, Legal, and Professional Issues in Counseling, 6th Edition: Theodore P. Remley & Barbara P. Herlihy
  153. Ethics in Counseling and Therapy: Developing an Ethical Identity, 1st Edition: Rick A. Houser & Stephen Joseph Thoma
  154. Evidence-Based Practice for Nurses: Appraisal and Application of Research, 4th Edition: Nola A. Schmidt & Janet M. Brown
  155. Excellence in Business Communication, 13th Edition: John V. Thill & Courtland L. Bovee
  156. Exercises for the Shoulder to Hand: Release Your Kinetic Chain: Brian James Abelson & Abelson Kamali Thara & Lavanya Balasubramaniyam
  157. Explorations in Diversity: Examining Privilege and Oppression in a Multicultural Society, 2nd Edition: Sharon K. Anderson & Valerie A. Middleton
  158. Exploring Microsoft Office Excel 2019 Comprehensive, 1st Edition: Mary Anne Poatsy & Keith Mulbery & Jason Davidson
  159. Exploring Philosophy: An Introductory Anthology, 6th Edition: Steven M. Cahn
  160. Exploring Social Issues: Using SPSS for Windows, 3rd Edition: Joseph F. Healey & John E. Boli & Earl R. Babbie & Frederick S. Halley
  161. Exploring Your Role in Early Childhood Education, 4th Edition: Mary Renck Jalongo & Joan Packer Isenberg
  162. Federal Income Taxation, 5th Edition: Richard Schmalbeck & Lawrence Zelenak & Sarah B Lawsky
  163. Fast Facts for the Student Nurse: Nursing Student Success in a Nutshell, 1st Edition: Susan Stabler-Haas
  164. Financial Accounting, 5th Edition: David Spiceland & Wayne Thomas & Don Herrmann
  165. First Aid for the USMLE Step 2 CS, 6th Edition: Tao Le & Vikas Bhushan
  166. Forecasting And Predictive Analytics With Forecast X, 7th Edition: J. Holton Wilson & Barry Keating
  167. France From 1851 to the Present: Universalism in Crisis 2008 Edition: R. Célestin & E. DalMolin
  168. Forensic Pathology, 2nd Edition: Dominick DiMaio & Vincent J.M. DiMaio
  169. Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering, 6th Edition: William Smith & Javad Hashemi
  170. Foundations of Clinical and Counseling Psychology, 4th Edition: Judith Todd & Arthur C. Bohart
  171. Frequently Prescribed Medications: Drugs You Need to Know, 3rd Edition: Michael A. Mancano & Jason C. Gallagher
  172. Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology, 9th Edition: Ronald J. Comer & Jonathan S. Comer
  173. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 3rd Canadian Edition: Jonathan Berk
  174. Fundamentals of Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems, 7th Edition: R. Kent Nagle & Edward B. Saff & Arthur David Snider
  175. Introduction to Heat Transfer, 6th Edition: Theodore L. Bergman & Adrienne S. Lavine & Frank P. Incropera & David P. DeWitt
  176. Fundamentals of Web Development, 2nd Edition: Randy Connolly & Ricardo Hoar
  177. Fundamentals of Management, 11th Edition: Stephen P. Robbins & Mary Coulter & David A. Decenzo
  178. Fundamentals of Physical Geography, 2nd Edition: James Petersen & Dorothy Sack & Robert E. Gabler
  179. Exploring Unseen Worlds: William James and the Philosophy of Mysticism, 1st Edition: G. William Barnard
  180. Data Mining for Business Analytics: Concepts, Techniques and Applications in Python, 1st Edition: Galit Shmueli & Peter C. Bruce & Peter Gedeck & Nitin R. Patel
  181. Gardner's Art Through the Ages: A Global History, 16th Edition: Fred S. Kleiner
  182. General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life, 5th Edition: Karen C. Timberlake
  183. Marketing Metaphoria: What Deep Metaphors Reveal About the Minds of Consumers: Gerald Zaltman & Lindsay H. Zaltman
  184. Global Business Today, 11th Edition: Charles W. L. Hill & G. Tomas M. Hult
  185. Introduction to Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 8th Edition: Gloria Leifer
  186. Goldman-Cecil Medicine, 26th Edition: Lee Goldman & Andrew I. Schafer
  187. Business Law with UCC Applications Student Edition, 13th Edition: Gordon Brown & Paul Sukys
  188. Governing California in the Twenty-First Century, 7th Edition: J. Theodore Anagnoson & Gerald Bonetto & J. Vincent Buck & James J. Kelleher
  189. Governing States and Localities, 7th Edition: Kevin B. Smith & Alan H. Greenblatt
  190. Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting: Concepts and Practices, 8th Edition: Michael H. Granof & Saleha B. Khumawala & Thad D. Calabrese & Daniel L. Smith
  191. Graduate Study in Psychology, 2019th Edition: American Psychological Association
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  200. Human Aging, 2nd Edition: Paul W. Foos & M. Cherie Clark
  201. Human Anatomy, 6th Edition: Kenneth Saladin
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  203. Human Resource Information Systems: Basics, Applications, and Future Directions, 4th Edition: Michael J. Kavanagh & Richard D. Johnson
  204. Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management, 2nd Edition: Daniel J. Decker & Shawn J. Riley & William F. Siemer
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  211. Introduction to Chemistry, 5th Edition: Rich Bauer & James Birk & Pamela Marks
  212. Introduction to Econometrics, 4th Edition: James H. Stock & Mark W. Watson
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  217. Investment Banking: Valuation, Leveraged Buyouts, and Mergers & Acquisitions: University Edition, 2nd Edition: Joshua Pearl & Joshua Rosenbaum
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  230. Leadership and Management for Nurses: Core Competencies for Quality Care, 3rd Edition: Anita Finkelman
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  232. Legal Aspects of Sports, 2nd Edition: John J. Miller & Kristi Schoepfer
  233. Leisure Services Management, 2nd Edition: Amy R. Hurd & Robert J. Barcelona & Jo An M. Zimmerman & Janet Ready
  234. Library and Information Center Management, 9th Edition: Barbara Moran & Claudia Morner
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  236. Lubkin's Chronic Illness: Impact and Intervention, 10th Edition: Pamala D. Larsen
  237. Macroeconomics, 10th Edition: Andrew B. Abel & Ben Bernanke & Dean Croushore
  238. Managing Human Resources, 9th Canadian Edition: Monica Belcourt & Parbudyal Singh & Scott Snell & Shad Morris
  239. Marketing Analytics: Strategic Models and Metrics, 1st Edition: Stephan Sorger
  240. Guide to Managerial Communication, 10th Edition: Mary Munter & Lynn Hamilton
  241. Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction, 10th Edition: William D. Callister & David G. Rethwisch
  242. Maternal Child Nursing Care, 6th Edition: Shannon E. Perry & Marilyn J. Hockenberry & Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk & David Wilson
  243. Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences, 3rd Edition: Mary L. Boas
  244. Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: A Contemporary Approach, 10th Edition: Gary L. Musser & Blake E. Peterson & William F. Burger
  245. Contemporary Criminal Law: Concepts, Cases, and Controversies, 5th Edition: Matthew Lippman
  246. Mediation Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition: Suzanne McCorkle & Melanie J. Reese
  247. Mediation: Empowerment in Conflict Management, 2nd Edition: Kathy Domenici & Stephen W. Littlejohn
  248. Essentials of Health Information Management, 2nd Edition: Michelle Green & Mary Jo Bowie
  249. Microbiology Experiments: A Health Science Perspective, 9th Edition: John Kleyn & Anna Oller
  250. When Crime Pays: Money and Muscle in Indian Politics, 1st Edition: Milan Vaishnav
  251. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th Edition: American Psychological Association
  252. The Basic Practice of Statistics for AP, 5th Edition: Daren S. Starnes & David S. Moore & Dan Yates
  253. Psychology of Gender, 5th Edition: Vicki S. Helgeson
  254. The Elusive Eden: A New History of California, 5th Edition: Richard B. Rice & William A. Bullough & Richard J. Orsi & Mary Ann Irwin & Michael F. Magliari
  255. Shigley's Mechanical Engineering Design, 11th Edition: Richard Budynas
  256. Strategic Human Resources Planning, 7th Edition: Monica Belcourt
  257. Operations Strategy, 5th Edition: Nigel Slack & Mike Lewis
  258. Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 4th Edition: Stephen T. Thornton & Andrew Rex
  259. The Cosmos: Astronomy in the New Millennium, 5th Edition: Jay M. Pasachoff & Alex Filippenko
  260. Textbook of Histology, 4th Edition: Leslie P. Gartner
  261. The Policy-Based Profession: An Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analysis for Social Workers, 7th Edition: Philip R. Popple & Leslie Leighninger
  262. The Writer's Presence, 9th Edition: Donald McQuade & Robert Atwan
  263. Successful Coaching, 4th Edition: Rainer Martens
  264. Organizational Behaviour: Understanding and Managing Life at Work, 10th Edition: Gary Johns
  265. MIS Cases: Decision Making wih Application Software, 4th Edition: Lisa Miller
  266. Psychology in Your Life, 3rd Edition: Michael Gazzaniga & Sarah Grison
  267. Nature Unbound: Bureaucracy vs. the Environment (Independent Studies in Political Economy): Kenneth J. Sim & Randy T Simmons & Ryan M. Yonk
  268. The Self, 1st Edition: Jonathon Brown
  269. Survey of Operating Systems, 6th Edition: Jane Holcombe & Charles Holcombe
  270. Public Speaking: Concepts and Skills for a Diverse Society, 8th Edition: Clella Jaffe
  271. MKTG, 4th Canadian Edition: Charles W. Lamb & Joe F. Hair
  272. Systems Analysis and Design, 12th Edition: Scott Tilley
  273. Network Security Essentials: Applications and Standards, 6th Edition: William Stallings
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  277. New Perspectives Microsoft Office 365 & Office 2019 Introductory, 1st Edition: Patrick Carey & Katherine T. Pinard & Ann Shaffer & Mark Shellman & Sasha Vodnik
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  279. Wrigley Regulars: Finding Community in the Bleachers: Holly Swyers
  280. The Oxford Handbook of Reproductive Ethics, 1st Edition: Leslie Francis
  281. University Physics with Modern Physics, 15th Edition: Hugh D. Young & Roger A. Freedman
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  283. Financial Accounting, 10th Edition: Robert Libby & Patricia Libby & Frank Hodge
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  290. Sex-Related Homicide and Death Investigation: Practical and Clinical Perspectives, 2nd Edition: Vernon J. Geberth
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  292. Motivation: Biological, Psychological, and Environmental, 5th Edition: Lambert Deckers
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  303. You May Ask Yourself: An Introduction to Thinking like a Sociologist, 6th Edition: Dalton Conley
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  306. Women and the American Experience, 5th Edition: Nancy Woloch
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  308. Engineering Your Future: A Comprehensive Introduction to Engineering, 9th Edition: William C. Oakes & Les L. Leone
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  310. Understanding Environmental Law, 3rd Edition: Philip Weinberg & Kevin A. Reilly
  311. Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy: An Integrative Approach, 2nd Edition: Elsie Jones-Smith
  312. The Making of Environmental Law, 1st Edition: Richard J. Lazarus
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  314. The Ethics of Coaching Sports: Moral, Social and Legal Issues, 1st Edition: Robert Simon
  315. Business Ethics in Action: Seeking Human Excellence in Organizations: Domenec Mele
  316. The Vascular System (Diagnostic Medical Sonography Series), 2nd Edition: Ann Marie Kupinski
  317. The Scholar-Practitioner’s Guide to Research Design, 1st Edition: Laureate Publishing & Gary J. Burkholder & Kimberley A. Cox & Linda M. Crawford
  318. The Politics of Public Budgeting: Getting and Spending, Borrowing and Balancing, 9th Edition: Irene S. Rubin
  319. The New Rules of Marketing and PR: How to Use Social Media, Online Video, Mobile Applications, Blogs, News Releases, and Viral Marketing to Reach Buyers Directly, 5th Edition: David Meerman Scott
  320. THE LAW OF WORK: COMMON LAW AND THE REGULATION OF WORK: David Doorey
  321. The Elusive Eden: A New History of California, 5th Edition: Richard B. Rice & William A. Bullough & Richard J. Orsi & Mary Ann Irwin & Michael F. Magliari & Cecilia M. Tsu
  322. The Economics of Health Reconsidered, 4th Edition: Thomas Rice
  323. The Certified Six Sigma Yellow Belt Handbook: Govindarajan Ramu
  324. The Canadian Environment in Political Context, 2nd Edition: Andrea Olive
  325. Textbook of Cancer Epidemiology, 3rd Edition: Hans-Olov Adami & David J. Hunter & Pagona Lagiou & Lorelei Mucci
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  328. Study Guide/Solutions Manual for Organic Chemistry: Structure and Function, 8th Edition: K. Peter C. Vollhardt & Neil E. Schore
  329. Linear Algebra With Applications, 8th Edition: Steve Leon
  330. Statistics for Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing: MyoungJin Kim & Caroline Mallory
  331. States Versus Markets: Understanding the Global Economy, 4th Edition: Herman Mark Schwartz
  332. Sources of World Societies, Volume 2, 3rd Edition: Merry Wiesner-Hanks & Patricia Buckley Ebrey & Davila Roger & Clare Crowston & John P. McKay
  333. Sources of World Societies, Volume 1, 3rd Edition: Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks & Patricia Buckley Ebrey & Roger B. Beck & Jerry Davila & Clare Haru Crowston & John P. McKay
  334. Social Development, 3rd Edition: Ross D. Parke & Glenn I. Roisman & Amanda J. Rose
  335. Retail Buying: From Basics to Fashion, 6th Edition: Richard Clodfelter
  336. Security Analysis, 6th Edition: Benjamin Graham & David Dodd & Warren Buffett
  337. Research Design in Counseling, 4th Edition: Puncky Paul Heppner & Bruce E. Wampold & Jesse Owen & Thompson & Kenneth T. Wang
  338. Records Management, 10th Edition: Judith Read & Mary Lea Ginn
  339. Reading Research: A User-Friendly Guide for Health Professionals, 6th Edition: Barbara Davies & Jo Logan
  340. Reading Critically, Writing Well, 11th Edition: Rise B. Axelrod & Charles R. Cooper & Alison M. Warriner
  341. Public Finance and Public Policy, 6th Edition: Jonathan Gruber
  342. Principles of Microeconomics, 12th Edition: Karl E. Case & Ray C. Fair & Sharon E. Oster
  343. Psychology of Sport Injury, 1st Edition: Britton W. Brewer & Charles Redmond
  344. Public Policy: A New Introduction, 2012 Edition: Christoph Knill & Jale Tosun
  345. PFIN, 7th Edition: Randall Billingsley & Lawrence J. Gitman & Michael D. Joehnk
  346. Nurse as Educator: Principles of Teaching and Learning for Nursing Practice, 5th Edition: Susan B. Bastable
  347. Modern Rhetorical Criticism, 4th Edition: Roderick P Hart & Suzanne M. Daughton & Rebecca Lavally
  348. Pediatric Primary Care, 6th Edition: Catherine E. Burns & Ardys M. Dunn & Margaret A. Brady & Nancy Barber Starr & Catherine G. Blosser & Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks
  349. Practical Business Math Procedures, 13th Edition: Jeffrey Slater
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  61. Advocacy Practice for Social Justice, 4th Edition: Richard Hoefer
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2020.05.12 02:55 pikatruuu What if You Don’t Want to Go Back to the Office? - Millions of Americans are taking part in an unprecedented experiment in working from home. Many are happier, more efficient and want to hang onto the benefits when the pandemic ends.

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If set up properly, experts and advocates say, remote work has many benefits:
Less time on the road. Commuting by car has been linked to increased stress, more pollution and respiratory problems. The average American who drives to work spends 54 hours per year stuck in traffic, according to an analysis by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.
Greater productivity. One well-known study from 2014 led by the Stanford professor Nicholas Bloom examined remote workers at a Chinese travel agency and found that they were 13 percent more efficient than their office-based peers.
A cleaner environment (maybe). According to estimates from Global Workplace Analytics, a research and consulting firm, if everyone in the United States worked remotely half of the time, it could reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicle travel by more than 51 million metric tons a year. Graphics showing the reduction in air pollution and pictures of clearer skies over cities like Los Angeles have been among the silver linings of the pandemic. Of course, when people return to work, the roads may fill up again, especially if people fear getting the virus on public transit. And even if more people start working remotely, they might use their cars more for errands closer to home, said Bill Eisele, a senior research engineer at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. Office commuters make up only about 18 percent of all traffic, he said.
Money saved. Global Workplace Analytics estimated that people could save, on average, $2,000 to $6,500 every year by not spending on things like gasoline and day care. Companies could spend less on real estate. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office estimated it saved more than $38 million in 2015 by not using as much office space, according to a Harvard Business School working paper from November.
More job satisfaction. A 2005 study found that job satisfaction increased with each additional hour people spent working remotely. But it stopped increasing beyond 15 hours worked remotely.
Less sickness. Even as companies consider reconfiguring workplaces with plexiglass barriers on desks and special air filters, letting employees work from home can help keep them safe from communicable diseases (and not just Covid-19).
More time for fitness. You may be able to squeeze in more workouts. “Having a little more time, if you’re using it wisely, can be very beneficial,” said Marilyn Skarbek, an assistant professor of exercise science at North Central College in Naperville, Ill. “There are a lot of other things you can do around the house to keep you moving: laundry, cleaning — all of that keeps you active. My house is definitely cleaner than normal.” But there is a risk you could be more sedentary, she warned
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2020.05.02 23:18 Sir_Drakin Is the CIA actually the Cabal?

I can't find any evidence that supports the CIA has ever told us the truth. Countless directors have lied under oath to Congress and other special committees and been caught, tons of black budget projects, illegal surveillance and propaganda programs like project mockingbird and others Edward Snowden whistleblowed about. It was public knolage President John f Kennedy wasn't a fan of the CIA and from what I understand wanted to dissolve the whole agency. I honestly believe they killed him and I know CIA is deeply rooted in Hollywood and probably has ties to Marilyn Monroe. The only common thing I can find in this shitshow we're in is that the CIA keeps popping up. What's your thoughts? 🖖👽
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