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The 2005 Death of Chemist Geetha Angara: Disappears During a Shift at a Water Treatment Facility Before Her Body is Found Inside a Water Tank

2020.08.19 15:11 trailwentcold The 2005 Death of Chemist Geetha Angara: Disappears During a Shift at a Water Treatment Facility Before Her Body is Found Inside a Water Tank

In 2005, 43-year old Geetha Angara had recently been promoted to senior chemist at the Passaic Valley Water Commission treatment facility in Totowa, New Jersey. Two decades earlier, Geetha graduated from Loyola College in her native India before emigrating to the United States with her husband, Jaya, where they would have two sons and a daughter and settle in Holmdel Township. On the morning of February 8, Geetha arrived at the water treatment facility to begin her shift, which ran from 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM. Shortly before 10:00 AM, Geetha was chatting with co-workers in the break room when one of the technicians from her lab informed her that the plant’s filters and clarity sensors needed to be calibrated in the basement. After returning to the lab, Geetha left the area sometime between 10:15-10:30 while carrying a clipboard, beaker and a two-way radio. When Geetha did not return, the lab technician searched for her in the basement corridor and noticed some broken glass on the floor, but could not find Geetha.
That evening, Geetha failed to return home and when she did not show up to give one of her daughters a ride to a basketball game that night, all calls to her cell phone went unanswered. Shortly after 9:00 PM, one of the guards noticed that Geetha’s car was still in the parking lot. Her coat, purse and cell phone were inside the lab and a sandwich she had been planning to eat for lunch was on her desk. A search was performed of the basement and an interesting discovery was made next to the spot where the broken glass had been seen on the floor. There were a series of water tanks located underneath the floor which could be accessed by opening some access panels. The panels were ordinarily held in place by a dozen screws, but one of the panels was slightly ajar and many of the screws were broken or missing. Geetha was soon reported missing to the police and at around 2:00 AM on February 9, they would order the plant to be shut down and began the process of draining the tank. Geetha’s radio and clipboard were discovered inside, but there was still no sign of her, so they started draining the other water tanks in case Geetha’s body had drifted away. Her body would be found in another tank at 6:30 PM.
An autopsy would reveal that Geetha was still alive when she entered the water, so her official cause of death was drowning. There were a number of deep bruises on Geetha’s neck to suggest someone had attempted to strangle her, as well as additional bruises on her waist and elbow. It was suspected that someone had attacked and incapacitated Geetha in the basement corridor before removing one of the access panels, dumping her body into the water tank, and replacing the panel. There was a five-foot gap between the water and the panel and since the tank was not equipped with a ladder or any lighting, it would have been impossible for Geetha to climb out. Even though the tank contained a sensor which was designed to set off an alert about changes with the water displacement, it happened to be broken and did not go off when Geetha’s body went inside. The temperature of the water was 36 degrees Fahrenheit and the heavy chlorine levels corroded and eliminated any potential trace evidence, such as DNA and fingerprints. Since a number of people had walked through the basement corridor throughout Geetha’s shift, a potential crime scene was compromised. While the shards of broken glass on the floor seemed to be consistent with the beaker Geetha was carrying, employees had swept them up and threw them away before the police arrived.
Access to the plant was restricted, as it was surrounded by a fence and security cameras and the only entrance was a manned security checkpoint, so it seemed very likely that Geetha was murdered by a co-worker. The plant had 85 employees and security records showed that 50 of them were working on the day she was killed. There were no security cameras in the basement and since none of the plant’s areas required keycard access, it was difficult for investigators to track all the employees’ movements that day. Geetha was generally well-liked by her co-workers, but a few of them were apparently resentful of her promotion and academic credentials. One anonymous source even alleged there was racial prejudice towards Geetha, stating: “98 % of the plant is white and not all of them like seeing immigrants do well”. After spending a year investigating all the employees, police narrowed down the number of potential suspects to three male co-workers, one of whom was the lab technician who asked Geetha to calibrate the instruments in the basement. None of these men had solid alibis and the lead detective, Lt. James Wood, believed that one of them was on the verge of confessing until he decided to lawyer up and stop speaking with the police. They were each asked to lie detector tests and while one of them refused to do so, one of the men passed and the other’s results were inconclusive.
Investigators would consult with Derrick Pounder, a Scottish forensic pathologist from the University of Dundee, who was considered to be an expert in the field of drownings and provided an alternate explanation for the bruising on Geetha’s neck. According to Pounder, there were a few documented cases of drowning victims being found with similar bruising which was caused by cold water. If Geetha was still conscious when she entered the tank and her head was above the water, the cold temperatures could have led to hemorrhaging at the neckline, causing bruises to form. A new theory was that someone could have left the access panel open and Geetha fell into the tank accidentally while walking through the basement. The responsible party then put the panel back into place to cover what they had done. Many people disagreed with Pounder’s theory, as five separate pathologists had concluded that Geetha’s death was a homicide. But following his retirement, Lt. James Wood revealed that he now believed that Geetha’s death was an accident caused by negligence rather than an intentional murder. In 2015, the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office announced that the three men originally considered to be potential suspects were no longer believed to be responsible for Geetha’s death, so the investigation remains at a standstill.
I discuss this case on this week’s episode of “The Trail Went Cold” podcast:
http://trailwentcold.com/2020/08/19/the-trail-went-cold-episode-188-geetha-angara/
Sources:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geetha_Angara_homicide
https://www.nj.com/news/2015/02/from_the_archives_accident_or_murder_former_invest.html
https://www.nj.com/news/2015/02/death_in_the_water_tank_nightmarish_case_remains_u.html
https://www.nj.com/news/2015/02/from_the_archives_at_plant_a_chilling_idea_killer.html
https://www.nj.com/news/2015/02/from_the_archives_state_to_take_up_probe_in_death.html
https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2005-jun-12-na-drown12-story.html
https://people.com/archive/a-killer-among-us-vol-65-no-11/
https://nypost.com/2006/02/06/zeroing-in-on-n-j-chemists-killer-3-suspects-eyed-1-yr-after-water-plant-slay/
https://nypost.com/2006/05/01/murder-may-be-mishap-scientist-might-have-fallen-into-tank/
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2020.08.07 15:34 TwentyOneDays Promptly shipped, excellently presented, 100% authentic decants! (Zee Frags)

EDITED 9/22/20: Thank you for your support over the years! My old thread has expired and this is the new one!
Added PdM - Sedley, Inito - Oud for Greatness, and Nishane - Hundred Silent Ways

Creed - Aventus

Creed - Aventus "Cologne"

  • 10ml $26
  • 25ml $60
  • Retail products:
  • Aventus Cologne 100ml new in box retail bottle (20D01) $210 shipped
“What is the difference between Aventus and Aventus Cologne?” Answer: If you had to ask that question then you’re looking for the original Aventus, not Aventus Cologne. Aventus Cologne came out 8-9 years later and is a fresher take on Aventus which seems to dry down differently. Try the original - more than likely you'll like it a lot and eventually want to try Aventus Cologne.

Creed - Viking

  • 10ml $24 (Applies to 3/$58 Creed/TF/Parfums de Marly deal)
  • 25ml $49
  • 50ml $87
  • 60ml $99
  • 100ml $158
  • 100ml new in box retail bottle $205 shipped (almost gone)

Creed Les Royales Exclusives

  • Jardin d’Amalfi 2016
  • Pure White Cologne 2016
  • Spice and Wood 2017
  • Sublime Vanille 2018
  • White Flowers 2018
  • 10ml $32 (Applies to 3/$58 Creed/Tom Ford/PDM deal for $8 more, each)
  • 25ml $74
  • 60ml $165

Creed

  • Bois du Portugal
  • Erolfa
  • Green Irish Tweed
  • Himalaya
  • Iris Tubereuse
  • Jasmin Imperatrice Eugenie
  • Love in Black
  • Millesime Imperial
  • Original Santal
  • Original Vetiver
  • Royal Mayfair
  • Royal Oud
  • Royal Water back in stock!
  • Silver Mountain Water
  • Tabarome
  • Virgin Island Water
  • White Amber (Les Royales Exclusives)
  • 10ml $24 (3/$58, add more for $18 ea.)
  • 25ml $45 (2/$85, add more for $40)
  • 50ml $79
  • 60ml $89
  • 100ml $139
  • Mixing Creed, Tom Ford, and Parfums de Marly 3/$58 10ml combo is fine! 100ml Creed testers are available for some of the Creed options in this section. Same as a new in box retail bottle from stores, except there is no cap or box. $149 shipped
  • Retail Products $174:
  • Green Irish Tweed 100ml new in box
  • Millesime Imperial 100ml new in box (out of stock)
  • Silver Mountain Water 100ml new in box (almost gone)
  • Virgin Island Water 100ml new in box (out of stock)

More Creed for Women

  • Aventus for Her
  • Royal Princess Oud (60ml max)
  • 10ml $24 (applicable to 3/$58 Creed/TF/PDM deal)
  • 25ml $49
  • 50ml $87
  • 60ml $99
  • 100ml $158

Amouage

  • Honour (vintage)
  • Jubilation XXV back in stock!
  • Reflection Man back in stock!
  • 10ml $24
  • 25ml $55

Boadicea the Victorious

  • Nefarious 10ml $24

Chanel

  • Coromandel EDT (2015 discontinued) new!
  • 10ml $32
  • 25ml $75

Christian Dior

  • Fahrenheit Parfum (2018) back in stock!
  • 10ml $24

- Christian Dior Homme Collection

  • Dior Homme (EDT vintage 2008 "silver stem")
  • Dior Homme Intense (EDP vintage 2013 as of 9/15)
  • Dior Homme Parfum (2014 debut year as of Sep 5)
  • 10ml $24
  • 25ml $55

Frederic Malle

  • Carnal Flower 10ml $34, 25ml $75
  • En Passant 10ml $24, 25ml $55
  • French Lover 10ml $26, 25ml $55 (almost gone!)
  • Lipstick Rose 10ml $26, 25ml $55
  • Lys Mediterranee 10ml $26, 25ml $55
  • Musc Ravageur 10ml $28, 25ml $65
  • Music for a While 10ml $26, 25ml $55
  • Portrait of a Lady 10ml $34, 25ml $75
  • Superstitions 10ml $26, 25ml $55
  • Une Fleur de Cassie 10ml $26, 25ml $55

Initio

  • Oud for Greatness (coming soon)

Le Labo

  • Bergamot 22
  • Rose 31 back in stock!
  • Santal 33
  • Thé Noir 29
  • 10ml $32
  • 25ml $69
  • 60ml $149

Maison Francis Kurkdjion

  • Baccarat Rouge 540 Eau de Parfum
  • Grand Soir Eau de Parfum
  • Oud Eau de Parfum new!
  • Oud Satin Mood Eau de Parfum
  • 10ml $28
  • 25ml $65
  • 60ml $145
  • Retail products:
  • Baccarat Rouge 540 EDP 70ml new in box retail bottle $210 shipped
  • Baccarat Rouge 540 Extrait
  • 10ml $38
  • 25ml $89
  • 60ml $199

Nishane

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  • Hacivat Extrait
  • Hundred Silent Ways (coming soon)
  • 10ml $32
  • 25ml $75

Ormonde Jayne

  • Ormonde Man 10ml $24 (almost gone)

Parfums de Marly

  • Carlisle (out of stock)
  • Galloway
  • Habdan
  • Herod
  • Layton
  • Nisean
  • Oajan (underrated PdM, imo) back in stock!
  • Pegasus
  • Percival
  • Sedley new!
  • 10ml $25 (3/$58, add more for $18 ea.)
  • 25ml $55
  • 60ml $109
  • Mixing Creed, Tom Ford, and Parfums de Marly combos is fine!
  • Layton Exclusif new!
  • 10ml $27 (add $2 if applying to 3/$58 Creed/Tom Ford/PDM deal)
  • 25ml $59

Roja Dove

  • Creation E/Enigma Pour Homme Parfum Cologne
  • Elysium Pour Homme Parfum Cologne
  • 10ml $32
  • 25ml $75
  • Amber Aoud Parfum (top 5 all-time favorite of mine) new!
  • 10ml $58
  • 25ml $139

Tom Ford

Check out the other Tom Ford offerings in the sections below!
  • Beau de Jeur (25ml max)
  • Champacca Absolute
  • Fluer de Chine
  • Fleur de Portofino
  • Fougere d'argent
  • Fougere Platine
  • Jasmin Rouge
  • Jonquille de Nuit
  • Lavender Extreme
  • Neroli Portofino
  • Neroli Portofino Forte
  • Noir de Noir
  • Ombre de Hyacinth
  • Ombre Leather (25ml max)
  • Oud Fleur
  • Patchouli Absolu
  • Rive D'Ambre
  • Shanghai Lily
  • Santal Blush
  • Sole di Positano
  • Soleil Blanc (very popular women's)
  • Tobacco Oud (out of stock)
  • Vanille Fatale (out of stock)
  • Venetian Bergamot
  • Vert Boheme
  • Vert des Bois
  • White Suede
  • 10ml $24, (3/$58, add more for $18 ea.)
  • 25ml $45 (2/$85, add more for $40)
  • 50ml $79
  • 60ml $89
  • 100ml $139
  • Mixing Creed, Tom Ford, and Parfums de Marly combos is fine!

Other Tom Fords

  • Oud Wood
  • Plum Japonais
  • Tobacco Vanille
  • Tuscan Leather
  • 10ml $29 (Or add $5 each for 3/$58 Creed/Tom Ford/PDM deal)
  • 25ml $59
  • F-king Fabulous!
  • Oud Wood Intense
  • Rose Prick (10ml max/almost gone)
  • 10ml $32 (Or add $8 each for 3/$58 Creed/Tom Ford/PDM deal)
  • 25ml $69

$1/ML Tom Ford Overstock Sale

25ml, 60ml, or 100ml sizes
  • Cafe Rose
  • Jasmin Musk
  • Lys Fume
  • Vert de Fleur

Xerjoff

  • 17/17 Irisss - Best iris frag ever, IMO (10ml $45)
  • Naxos (out of stock)
  • Star Musk 10ml $28, 25ml $65

Yves Saint Laurent (vintage items)

  • La Nuit de L'Homme 2012 10ml $24
  • L'Homme Libre 2015 (discontinued) 10ml $24
  • Rive Gauche Pour Homme EDT (2003 du Parc address/vintage tin) $29 (10ml left!)
  • Rive Gauche Pour Homme EDT Intense (2003 du Parc address/vintage tin) $26

10ML Add-on Section

Items below can be purchased as add-ons for the listed prices, or you can now purchase them alone when adding $4 for shipping and packaging (no need to add another $4 after the first item)
  • Armani - Acqua di Giò Profumo ($13)
  • Armani - Acqua di Giò Profumo Special Blend (2017 ltd. edition/$20)
  • Byredo - Oud Immortel ($12) new!
  • Chanel - Bleu de Chanel EDP ($17)
  • Chanel - Bleu de Chanel Parfum ($19)
  • Chanel - Les Excusifs - Eau de Cologne ($15)
  • Dior - Dior Homme (EDT 2012) ($14)
  • Dior - “Dior Homme Original” (EDT 2020) ($15)
  • Dior - Dior Homme Cologne 2016 ($10)
  • Dior - Dior Homme Cologne (vintage 07 "silver stem" $15)
  • Dior - Dior Homme Eau 2015 ($12)
  • Dior - Dior Homme Intense (2020) ($14)
  • Dior - Dior Homme Sport (2008/1st formula) ($16)
  • Dior - Dior Homme Sport (2012/ 2nd formula) ($12)
  • Dior - EAU Sauvage Cologne ($12)
  • Dior - EAU Sauvage EDT ($12)
  • Dior - EAU Extreme Intense EDT ($16)
  • Dior - EAU Sauvage Parfum ($12)
  • Dior - Sauvage EDP ($15)
  • Dior - Sauvage Parfum ($17) new!
  • Gucci Pour Homme II (Batch 8204) $18
  • Guerlain - Habit Rouge EDT ($7)
  • Guerlain - Vetiver EDT ($7)
  • Hermes - Terre d’Hermes Pure Parfum ($12)
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  • Mont Blanc Explorer ($10)
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  • Tom Ford - Black Orchid EDP ($15) new!
  • Tom Ford - Grey Vetiver EDP ($15)
  • Tom Ford - Cafe Rose ($10)
  • Tom Ford - Jasmin Musk ($10)
  • Tom Ford - Lys Fume ($10)
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  • Tom Ford - Vert de Fleur ($10)
  • Valentino - Valentina (women's/only $5)
  • Versace - Eros EDT ($10)
  • Viktor and Rolf - Spicebomb ($13)
  • YSL - La Nuit de L'Homme (2019 as of 9/10) ($12)
  • YSL - L'Homme 2006 ($18)
  • YSL - L'Homme 2009 ($16)
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2020.07.19 23:29 valhalaman GUIA PARA EMPRENDEDORES 3/3: Cómo abrir una empresa en EEUU? Cómo arrancar?

En los posts anteriores les hablé la posibilidad de abrir un LLC en EE.UU. y de su complejidad (o no) en cuanto al proceso.
En el año 2006 Thomas Friedman, periodista del New York Times, escribió un libro llamado “La tierra es plana”. El libro habla sobre la globalización y de cómo aplanar el trabajo. A mí me ayudó mucho, en el 2006 :). El libro trata de un tema que ahora es algo obvio, pero parecería que para muchos argentinos no lo es. Acá vamos:
Veo que muchos estamos atrapados en una mentalidad local y pensamos que la única alternativa de progresar es irse del país.
Este post va a intentar unir la posibilidad de darte de alta para operar en otro país (la LLC) con el trabajo desde Argentina, seas profesional o no. Si requiere de inversión en la alt 1 y cero inversión en la alt 2.
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NO SOY PROGRAMADOR, NI TENGO SERVICIOS GLOBALES. ¿QUE PUEDO HACER?:
Voy a simplificar mucho, tanto en tema como alternativas. Hay muchísimas alternativas
ALTERNATIVA 1: AMAZON SELLER CENTRAL.
Caso Real que viví. Requiere algo de inversión. No requiere LLC para arrancar. Un poco de inglés o un Google traductor
Hicimos lo siguiente (no en uno sino en varias oportunidades): Venta en EE. UU. de productos fabricados en China. Material de Marketing diseñado en India. Todo realizado desde Argentina sin haber pisado nunca ni china, ni india.
El proceso fue muy sencillo. Selección del producto (me reservo el mismo, pero hicimos algo de uso diario). Enviamos el pedido de cotización a varios fabricantes chinos (alibaba sirve. Hay más) Es fácil y gratis. Nos cotizaron volumen mínimo usd 5000 precio puesto en eeuu.
Enviamos por 99design (hay varios más) el pedido de cotización de logo, packaging y material de marketing. Nos salió dos monedas. Se envió la info a China. En 10 días nos enviaron el demo para la aprobación. Enviar a Argentina es un garron. Nosotros lo enviamos a EEUU y lo aprobamos desde ahí. Se lo pueden enviar a un conocido que este en otro país y lo haga x uds, le saque fotos x ej. En menos de dos meses estaban los productos fabricado con logo y pack.
El secreto: Para poder recibir un producto en un depósito en EEUU se tiene que dar de alta en Amazon Seller Central y obviamente vender por Amazon. Se puede usar el servicio de depósito de Amazon y vender por fuera, pero no la recomiendo. Para que lo entiendan funciona similar al sistema Full de Mercado Libre.
Osea tenes un depósito “casi gratis” que se encarga de la logística. Para el comprador es transparente porque sabe que está el producto en eeuu bajo el control de Amazon. Es un super plus.!!!
Fácil. Están vendiendo en EEUU sin pasar por Argentina. Si tenes un negocio que importa y vende en Argentina esto te amplia el mercado.
IMPORTANTE: La diferencia va a estar en el marketing y que des respuesta al cliente en forma impecable
Obviamente se puede hacer lo mismo con productos fabricados en Argentina, pero ahí nos metemos con la mierda de Aduana de este país y las cuatrocientas vueltas que te dan. Desde otro país, no necesitas ni despachante de aduana.
La mejor alternativa es hacer esto con productos de eeuu para el mercado local hispano. Se van a sorprender de las oportunidades que les van a dar. Pero hay que poner tiempo.
ALTERNATIVA 2: COOPERAR PARA SERVICIOS.
Caso Real, también lo viví. Requiere algo de inversión. No requiere LLC para arrancar. Inglés SI. Lo mejor es orientado al mercado hispano
Como les digo siempre: la salida de este país es cooperar entre los que estamos en la misma.
IMHO, los que tiene mejor desarrollado este modelo para Globalizarse son los países de Asia. Utilizan herramientas de cooperación, contactos en EE. UU. y Europa, tienen cadenas armadas de soporte, etc. Hablo a nivel individual, no de empresas. Parientes, amigos, conocidos, etc. Tienen una red armada increíble. Ellos venden muchos al mercado asiático dentro de otro país. El que conozca Canadá, sabe como es.
Negocios en el exterior para servicios de arquitectura, fotorealismo, diseño industrial, música, contabilidad, ingeniería, abogacía, publicidad, etc, etc.. son los que necesitan de cooperativismo.
En muchos países delegan muchas tareas repetitivas o de soporte a profesionales. No significa que vas a ser contador, solo vas a ayudar en temas contables como lo podes hacer desde acá. El mercado hispano recuerden es el segundo en tamaño en eeuu.
El cooperativismo va en armar una red de personas que ayuden a ingresar. Hay mucho realizado, pero hay que armar mucho más.
Este sub en Reddit puede ser una buena forma. En breve veremos como ir armando algo. Probablemente un chat dentro del sub de contactos comerciales o gente dispuesta a ayudar. Solamente abran los ojos.
Voy a nombrar dos ej. de éxito. Uds los googlean. My special book y Archpartners. Hay muchos más.
VISA E:
Por último. Con un negocio montado y facturando es sencillo tramitar visa E y mientras la tramitan pueden vivir legalmente en eeuu para desarrollan su negocio. De hecho, pueden arrancar sin facturar, pero presentando el caso en migraciones (SIEMPRE POR DERECHA CON ESTO). Si el negocio invierte en eeuu es un golazo. En esta etapa van a necesitar asesoramiento y la aprobación del business plan tarda más de un año. Es caro. Más si deciden hacerlo desde allá, pero mientras tanto pueden vivir.
Se puede hacer el negocio en grupos de amigos.
De nuevo es una simplificación. . Ojalá si alguno tiene experiencia la comente. Mi idea es alentar a gente a cambiar esa idea de que estamos derrotados. Lejos de esto. Hay mucho potencial y cada vez somos más.
Lo más importante y como dice NIKE es just do it. Si no se ponen nada va a salir.
Suerte
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2019-12 CEDEARS como maquinita de generar dólares
2019-12 NIO: Será otro cuento chino???
2019-12 Money Swap
2019-12 Predicciones 2020: El año del Stop Loss?
2019-12 Predicciones 2020 (2): El futuro es brillante (por el oro obviamente)
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2020.06.29 02:08 diyexageh Banca internacional #07 CH – Investment banking, arbitrage, crypto y hedging diario

Este contenido fue publicado originalmente el 21/10/2019 - Aca
Posts anteriores de la serie

Background
Este es el primer post en el que me han ayudado tres usuarios residentes en la República Argentina. Los conejillos de Indias de la Banca Internacional que dieron un paso al frente mediante una pesquisa vía discord de mi parte.
Bajo un acuerdo unánime y siguiendo el modus operandi de Banca Internacional, se los mantendrá en el anonimato. Los detalles sobre las transacciones, tarjetas y bancos de Argentina han sido posible gracias a ellos, inclusive del tacaño.

Introducción
Durante los dos últimos meses han cambiado montones de cosas en la República Argentina. De los eventos que son de mi interés, se han impuesto controles de capitales conocidos localmente como el “cepo cambiario” y mediante estos posts algunos usuarios han expresado interés en servicios, divisas o inversiones las cuales no están disponibles en Argentina.
Más allá de los cambios a nivel económico, se han generado oportunidades de inversión local vía arbitrage. En principio de Bonos como el AY24 hasta que el Banco Central de la Republica Argentina actuó para mitigar el fácil acceso al yield que esta operatoria generaba. Luego, bajo una operatoria similar un gran grupo de usuarios se volcó a realizar arbitrage de crypto-assets. En general topándose con problemas de libre movimiento de capital desde y hacia los exchanges o viéndose forzados a pagar comisiones medianamente altas las que disminuían el yield de la operatoria. Este post, ofrece una solución efectiva a este problema de manera (esperemos) permanente.
Otros usuarios han demostrado interés en poder resguardarse de una futura crisis en el Dólar Americano, vía depósitos en Francos Suizos, Yuan Renmimbi, Singapore Dollar, Euros, Libras Esterlinas y metales preciosos como el Oro y la Plata. Para estos usuarios este post también es relevante.

Suiza
Suiza, oficialmente La Confederación Suiza, país que se encuentra en el centro de Europa. Si bien su capital oficial es Berna, esta y Geneva son capitales (y centros) financieros globales. Zug y sus alrededores, se han (están en proceso con algunos setbacks) convertido en centros de desarrollo de crypto-assests, blockchain y fintech.
No es parte de la EU, European Union, tampoco del EEA, European Economic Area o de la Eurozona. Pero participa del tratado Shengen (en parte) y del EU Single Market. Si bien la divisa nacional, tanto como la de Liechtenstein es el Franco Suizo (CHF), el cual posee un protocolo de pagos y transferencias propias también es parte del área SEPA. El CHF es también usado en otras zonas de Europa de facto o simplemente no oficial como Campione d’Italia.
Campione, un poco off-topic, es un enclave Italiano dentro del territorio suizo en la costa del lago de Lugano. Utilizan el Franco Suizo ya que la mayoría de sus residentes eligen utilizar bancos Suizos. Campione, es un tax haven y los residentes fiscales tienen beneficios interesantes como poder hacer trade de bonos vía entidades Suizas libre de impuestos.
Centro financiero mundial, las ideas asociadas con Suiza siempre son las mismas. Secrecía bancaria, lavado de activos, “cuentas numeradas” y similares fantasías perpetradas por Hollywood.
Es verdad que en Suiza la evasión impositiva no es considerada un delito. CRS, Common reporting Standard, es una realidad inevitable. -Argentina es miembro-
Las cuentas numeradas son una idea de los 60’s de las películas de James Bond. Y el lavado de activos, si Uds. Siguen estos posts saben que sucede a nivel global y es un mal que afecta a todos los centros financieros.
Como en otras jurisdicciones a nivel global existen diferentes tipos de banca. Private Retail (No confundir con Privada), Privada, Transaccional, de negocios, Corporativa y de Inversión.
Dentro de la banca de inversión existen brokers de prácticamente todos los instrumentos y commodities a nivel mundial.
Los brokers de FX Suizos tienen una peculiaridad, siendo que bajo regulación del FINMA como requerimiento para brokering FX se les exige una licencia bancaria.
Consecuentemente los brokers de FX son a su vez Bancos que pueden funcionar como bancos retail.

CRS: Si.

Taxacion:
No residentes
Dividendos: De 0 a 35%
Intereses: De 0 a 35%
Regalias: 0%

Controles de capitales: No.

Dukascopy Bank S.A. uno de los gigantes suizos en lo que respecta a banca de inversión. FX, CFDs, Commodities y Cryptocurrencies. Las cuentas disponibles varían medianamente entre jurisdicciones pero en general existen por separado y en conjunto lo que genera una gran confusión al momento de intentar decidir a qué servicio o paquete aplicar.
Operan en diferentes jurisdicciones bajo diferentes entidades y subsidiarias. Suiza, Latvia, Japón, Rusia, Ucrania y Hong Kong.
Al que le interese hacer trading de FX, Dukascopy ofrece soporte para MetaTrader 4, JForex, JForex Web y aplicaciones móviles.

Las cuentas disponibles son
Y mixes de las anteriores. En general hay una sobreposicion de servicios entre los ofrecimientos y es lo que genera más confusión. Diferentes jurisdicciones tienen productos iguales o similares pero bajo diferentes costos.
Por una cuestión de simplicidad el post está centrado en Dukascopy Bank S.A. Suiza y no solo en esa entidad, sino en particular en el producto de nombre Mobile Current Account.

Regulación:

Dukascopy Bank – Suiza
https://www.dukascopy.bank
Licencia: Bancaria (Licenciado y supervisado por FINMA)
Cuentas: Personal/Business.
Deposito Mínimo: No requiere.
Costo de mantenimiento: No.
Tarjeta: Si, Visa física y virtual disponibles.
No-residentes: Si, total soporte.
Detalles: La Mobile Current Account ofrece acceso a depósitos en 23 divisas. Todos los IBANs son suizos, con lo que se puede recibir EUR y CHF vía Transferwise. Tiene soporte para enviar y recibir depósitos vía SEPA y SWIFT para todas las divisas. Pueden efectivamente hacer una transferencia desde su banco directo a Dukascopy.
Suiza, por no ser Unión Europea permite la emisión de tarjetas de débito a no residentes en la confederación o la Unión Europea. Cosa que muchos bancos o EMIs con apertura de cuenta online no ofrecen. La tarjeta tiene costo.

Cargos relevantes (Para transacciones en EUR, para operaciones en otras divisas consultar el link)
https://www.dukascopy.bank/swiss/fees-limits/
Transferencias entre cuentas internas: Gratis
Transferencias dentro Dukascopy Group: Gratis
Depósitos a Dukascopy Card: Gratis
Retiros de Dukascopy Card: Gratis
Depósitos vía tarjetas de Crédito o Debito: 1.2% (En EUR)
Transferencias SEPA: EUR 2.30
Transferencias SWIFT: EUR 20
Aviso: Existen más cargos no relevantes al post, otras opciones de depósito y retiro vía tarjetas de otros bancos, Neteller y Skrill. Lean los detalles antes de operar.

Cargos de la tarjeta Dukascopy
Costo tarjeta Dukascopy física: CHF 18.5
Costo mensual de la tarjeta Dukascopy física: CHF 1
Costo tarjeta Dukascopy virtual: CHF 5
Costo mensual de la tarjeta Dukascopy virtual: CHF 5

Limites
Depósitos per quarter: EUR 3000
Balance: EUR 50.000
Los límites se pueden ampliar hasta el 450% enviando documentación sobre su ocupación, ingresos y residencia fiscal. Los limites se resetean los 1ro Enero, 1ro de Abril, 1ro de Julio y 1ro de Octubre.

Registro y onboarding
Dukascopy Bank (Mobile current account) con onboarding digital vía una app llamada Dukascopy 911, la cual es una especie de social network bancaria. Por registrarse vía esa app el usuario recibe 5 DKUs, un token de Dukascopy que tiene un (soft) peg al Euro. El chat de soporte y los webinars son vía esta aplicación. Una manera de generar extra DKUs es contestando preguntas y participando en la red social la cual dependiendo de la performance del usuario reparte tokens a modo de recompensa.
La cuenta bancaria en si una vez registrada, si bien se puede operar desde Dukascopy 911 es preferible operarla desde Dukascopy Bank, otra aplicación. Desde esta última, pueden abrir una cuenta en EUR y hacer el funding inicial vía tarjeta de débito o crédito.

Particularidades importantes
En los fees se discrimina entre transferencias SEPA y Wires (SWIFT, de más alto costo) sin embargo en la aplicación solo existe una opción, Wires. Si el usuario elige EUR como divisa y utiliza datos bancarios de la Unión Europea, el banco detecta esto y hace la transferencia vía el medio más económico. Hay que prestar atención de usar los datos bancarios correctos de la entidad a la que se intenta hacer el deposito cosa de evitar a toda costa utilizar datos bancarios SWIFT en lugar del preferido, más económico y eficiente SEPA.

Beneficios
El beneficio principal se preguntaran…?
Dukascopy acepta depósitos vía tarjetas de crédito y débito bajo una comisión de solo 1.2% (En Euros) y la cuenta móvil no tiene fees de mantenimiento. Se pueden hacer transferencias SEPA directo a exchanges como Binance Jersey la cual ya establecimos que tiene de los fees más bajos del mercado.
Se han probado tarjetas de Argentina Visa y Mastercard de débito y crédito. Un solo usuario tuvo problemas con tarjeta de BruBank pero pudo utilizar su tarjeta de crédito y como beneficio sumar millas (en el caso del usuario el deposito fue tomado como compra y no genero gastos de adelanto de efectivo).
El monto máximo que se ha podido autorizar con tarjetas Argentinas fue de EUR 1000 , sin embargo varios depósitos consecutivos de EUR 500 también funcionaron. Un usuario se comunico con Visa para autorizar los pagos y desde ese momento no tuvo más problemas. Lamentablemente depositos de EUR 1.7 han fallado...

EDIT: El monto maximo depositado en las pruebas fue de EUR 1000 y no de EUR 850 como se habia posteado originalmente.

Referrals
Algunos usuarios me preguntan sobre referrals de servicios que he posteado en el pasado a modo de recompensa por el tiempo que invierto a nivel personal haciendo research y escribiendo. Si bien algunos de estos servicios ofrecen recompensas, no es algo que vaya par en par con mi moral.
Desde que comencé a escribir sobre banca y servicios financieros, solo ha habido un solo referral, el de Binance Jersey. El cual visto las reglas no paga absolutamente nada, pero si me interesaba a modo de monitorear el nivel de suscripción.
Desde mi punto de vista, los referrals, viniendo de mi parte son poco éticos. Se puede dar a entender que en lugar de informar sobre el mejor servicio, se comparte uno el cual beneficia al que refiere a costas de los usuarios referidos y es posible (muy) que los usuarios no estén al tanto de esta situación.
Por este motivo desde este momento empezando desde el artículo titulado Digital assets C01 – JE Offshore digital assets, al final del post se van a encontrar con una sección de Donations con 5 direcciones de crypto donde pueden transferir lo que les parezca adecuado.
Los cálculos de retorno efectivo haciendo arbitrage de crypto utilizando los servicios de mis posts varían desde el 12% al 17%.
Desde ya les agradezco por su generosidad y si ustedes quieren hacer referral de cualquier servicio por su cuenta me parece perfecto. Esta regla es pura y exclusivamente mía por una cuestión de neutralidad y ética.
Desde ya muchas gracias por ofrecer el apoyo que ofrecen y los comentarios constructivos.

Links de registro e información
Para la cuenta de la cual se discute en el post
Dukascopy Mobile Bank
Para trade en Suiza
Dukascopy Bank S.A.

Donations.
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2020.06.21 14:40 shredded101 HELL'S KITCHEN: ASKTEENS EDITION

So I'm a Gordon Ramsay fan and had been thinking about writing a Hell's Kitchen fanfiction. So I thought, why not write one with a twist? Hence I wrote a Hell's Kitchen fanfiction with the members of the subs as contestants. Apart from the contestants, other members will have guest appearances too.
HELL’S KITCHEN: INTERNATIONAL
‘I ask for the fish and he comes pissing over and big surprise-THE FUCKING BASS IS FUCKING RAW!’ Gordon Ramsay screamed as he flung the fish into the kitchen.
‘I’VE HAD ENOUGH! GET OUT ALL OF YOU! FUCK OFF!’
The hapless chefs walked back to their dorms after yet another incomplete dinner service. They could scarcely believe that this was the same kitchen they had come to with such aspirations and dreams, just a month ago…
One month ago…
The contestants of Hell’s Kitchen: International walked into the bus waiting for them at LAX which would take them to Hell’s Kitchen, located on the outskirts of LA. The tension in the bus was palpable as the contestants, 12 of the top chefs from around the world, surveyed their competetion. The bus finally arrived at their destination, the warehouse turned fine dining restaurant Hell’s Kitchen. The nervous contestants walked into the restaurant, through the hallway and into the dining area to see him- the one and only Gordon Ramsay, standing tall in his chef’s jacket, his arms crossed across his chest.
‘Welcome to the second international edition of Hell’s Kitchen. One of the twelve chefs standing here will become the Head Chef at my new restaurant, The Milton Creek in London with a monthly salary of a quarter of a million pounds.But before that you’ll have to prove yourself. Now let’s get to business, shall we? You have exactly 45 minutes to cook me your signature dish and your time starts - now.’
The chefs scrambled into the kitchen in a hurry to get the best ingredients. Time flew as the participants sliced, grilled, baked and sauteed as fast as they could.
‘Ten seconds left!’ Chef Ramsay announced as the contestants began plating their dishes.
‘Aaaaaand done!’ Ramsay declared and settled into a table. “As you know this will be your first Team Challenge. So let's begin. Bring me the first dish please.” A short woman with a hammer and sickle tattoo and a skinny, nervous- looking man walked up to the table.
Turning to the woman, Chef Ramsay asked for an introduction. The woman replied, ‘I am Lily from Toronto, Canada. I am 23 years old and a line chef at a seafood restaurant. I have cooked chicken soup for you today.’
‘It looks hideous,’ Ramsay remarked before taking a spoonful, ‘and it's absolutely bland. What the fuck is this?’
‘It's a typical dinner from a Soviet Russia, I myself am a communist so I…’ But Gordon held up his hand and stopped her.
‘Ay madam,you can take your communism and shove it up your arse. I don’t give a fuck about what you believe in. All I want is some is some good fucking food. Is that clear?’
Lily nodded in response as Chef Ramsay turned to the man. 'You young man, tell me about yourself and your dish.'
'I am Soda from the USA, I'm a butcher and line chef at a steakhouse. I have made baked garlic pork tenderloin today,’ the man said, all the while fidgeting with his apron.
Ramsay ate a piece of the tenderloin and a second later bent over the bin as he threw up. After wiping his mouth, he said with distaste- “It’s raw! It’s so fucking raw that its still squeling. Its barely edible, you fucking dick!’
‘That’s exactly how I like it- raw,’ Soda retorted as the rest of the kitchen stared in shock. Gordon asked in response, ‘Is everything alright upstairs?’ Before Soda could answer, Chef Ramsay said, ‘ No team gets a point, fuck off both you! Next please!’
The next duo walked over to the table and presented their dishes. The woman went first, ‘I am Maddy from Texas, USA and I am a personal chef. I have made shrimp creole for you today.’
‘It looks just like you- boring’, Ramsay said before taking a bite, ‘But it tastes quite good. Well done.’ He then took the lid off the next dish and recoiled when he saw the dish in front of him. ‘What the bloody hell is this?!’
‘Its French Toast made with tequila. I am Cynical from the USA and I’m an executive chef,’ the chef introduced himself.
‘I’d rather eat poodle shit than put this in my mouth,’ Gordon said and held up a soggy piece of bread with a knife, which promptly fell off. ‘ You took forty five minutes to make fucking toast. What the fuck are you doing here?!’
‘It’s pretty good in my opinion,’ Cynical said snarkily. Ramsay jerked his head towards the amatuer chef so fast a lesser man would’ve gotten whiplash. Giving Cynical a look of pure contempt he replied, ‘Unfortunately your opinion doesn’t count for shit. So piss off! Congratulations, it's a point for the ladies.
The next duo presented their dishes. Canadian chef Ed’s seafood poutine scored the men their first point, beating Puerto Rican chef Eidnd’s overcooked salmon. The ladies tied the score when prep chef Hixine’s scallops en croute scored over culinary student Zachary’s meatball spaghetti.
Gordon beckoned the next two chefs, who came over and presented their dishes.
‘ I am Ace and I have cooked biscuits over gravy for you,’ the chef said nervously. Ramsay took a small spoonful and said, ‘That is absolutely delicious. Great job.’
The chef from the men’s team introduced himself, ‘ I am Shredded from India and I am a nutritionist. I have made for you Grilled Quail with Indian spices. It contains twenty grams of protein and 17 grams of fat for only two hundred forty calories…’
‘Shut the fuck up and let me taste it,’ Ramsay said with a quizzical look on his face. He took a bite and his face scrunched up in disgust.
‘Its burnt to fuck. Did you use a fucking flamethrower to cook it? That’s a point to the ladies. All right, the final dish now!’
The last two remaining contestants walked up to the table and placed their dishes on the table. ‘My name is Redd and I am an executive chef at a pizzeria in Milan. I have made you a pizza with parma ham and artichoke.’
‘This is the best dish I have tasted so far and one of the best pizzas I have tasted in my entire career. Excellent,’ Gordon remarked.
‘My name is Oatmeal and I am a caterer. I have cooked veal scallopini for you,’ the last contestant introduced himself.
‘The veal is overcooked. What a shame. Congratulations to the Red Team on winning your first Challenge. Today will be an enjoyable day. You will all be going to the highly acclaimed Charcoal restaurant and there you will be meeting a very special guest. As for the men it will be a tedious day for you. There is a massive mess inside the kitchen. You will clean it up and prep the kitchen before today’s dinner service. Get going, all of you!’
Two hours later
The ladies were chatting away while enjoying a delicious lunch at Charcoal, Los Angeles.
‘Yeah and then I told my father that if he..,’ Ace stopped as there was an audible cough from behind. When the team saw who had caused the interruption they all froze in surprise and shock.
‘This is the special guest I had told you about. Please welcome Will Water, the first winner of Hell’s Kitchen International,’ Gordon introduced the guest. The late entrants seamlessly integrated into the group and they were soon joking and laughing with the rest. Will gave the Red Team some valuable advice.
‘Gordon will attempt to break you. It’s painful as fuck, but the reawrds are enormous, even if you don’t win. What you will learn here, you won’t learn anywhere else. All you gotta do is to persevere. Even if you get eliminated, any Michelin Star restaurant will hire you in a flash. You all are meant to go places now.’ Will raised his champagne flute for a toast, ‘To success!’
‘TO SUCCESS!’
Three hours later
Both the teams lined up in the kitchen ahead of the dinner. Chef Ramsay gave them a small pep talk- ‘Today is the first dinner service of the season. I want everything to run as smoothly as possible. I believe you have already met my sous chefs, Chef Weenie for the Red Team and Chef Wzxe for the Blue Team as well as the Maitre d’hotel Tambino. All of you best of luck and do not embarrass me.’
The chefs took their places at their stations. For the Red Team, Ace and Redd were working appetizers, Hixine and Eidnd were doing meat, Lily was cooking fish and Maddy was at the garnish station. In the Blue Team, Soda and Cynical were at the appetizers, Shredded and Oatmeal were doing meat, Ed was doing fish and Zachary was working at the garnish.
‘Tambino, open Hell’s Kitchen.’
As always every table at Hell’s Kitchen was booked. The Red Team got an order first.
‘Two risotto and three scallops. How much time will that take?’ Gordon asked after reading out the order.
‘Five minutes Chef!,’ the two chefs answered at the same time. Moving over to the Blue Kitchen, Gordon announced their first order- ‘Two tuna and two scallops. Make it quick eh?’
‘Four minutes chef!’ Soda and Cynical replied and got to cooking.
Five minutes later in the Red Kitchen
‘How much longer for the risotto?’ Chef Weenie asked as Redd walked to the window with her scallops. ‘Just a minute chef. I'm almost done,’ Ace said and stirred the risotto one last time and then walked over to the pass where Gordon was waiting.
‘Scallops are cooked beautifully,’ Gordon remarked but then he took a spoonful of risotto.
‘Oh fuck me. Come here all of you, taste this shit!’ Gordon said, exasperated, ‘What’s missing?’ Gordon asked Ace.
‘It needs m-m-m-more salt chef,’ Ace stuttered. Gordon got even madder upon hearing this. ‘More salt? It fucked! The rice is crunchy and there isn’t an ounce of seasoning in it! Its not fit to be kitty cat fucking cat food! Hey Redd can you cook the risotto?’
‘Yes chef!
‘And listen here Ace!’
‘Yes chef?’
‘FUCK YOU!’
Over at the Blue Kitchen
The Blue Team, having managed to push out a steady stream of appetizers, had a great momentum but then it came to jarring halt.
‘What the fuck have you done to this tuna? It's burnt! Who cooked it?’ Cynical raised his hand. ‘You doughnut! Do it again!’ Gordon shouted.
‘Refiring tuna!’ Cynical announced as Chef Ramsay noticed another faux-pas. ‘Shredded, what the bloody hell do you think you’re doing?! The pan isn’t even hot, you thick cunt!’
‘Sorry chef!’ Shredded replied as Ramsay announced the first order of entrees, ‘Two salmon and two chicken. Five minutes!’
Two minutes later, Cynical came back with the re-done tuna which met Chef Ramsay’s approval. Now that Cynical had corrected himself, the Blue Team started serving out entrees at a steady pace.
In the Red Kitchen however
‘WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON?!’ Gordon screamed as he touched the salmon Lily had sent to the pass. ‘Ay madam! That salmon is RAW! ITS REDDER THAN A SOVIET FLAG YOU STUPID FUCKING BITCH!’
‘Sorry chef, refiring salmon!’ Lily announced as Hixine walked with the lamb, which Chef Gordon deemed good enough to serve. But then he saw what Eidnd was doing and lost it again.
‘Stop flipping the steak so much! You’re flipping it every five seconds! Let it stay on the fucking pan, you panini-head! THIS IS FUCKING PAINFUL!’
‘Where is the garnish? Maddy, are you ready with the garnish?’ Chef Weenie asked.
A visibly flustered Maddy replied, ‘Just a minute! Just a minute!’, as she flipped her eggplants on the pan and then walked over to the window. Chef Weenie checked them out and declared them raw.
Tambino chose this opportune moment to walk up to the window and return a steak, ‘Chef Ramsay, this steak is well done but the customer wanted it rare. She has returned it.’
And at this moment Gordon had had enough.
‘The eggplants are RAW! They’re rock hard and bitter! And Eidnd can't cook a bloody steak!’ Ramsay shouted, half exasperated and fully furious. ‘Fine dining? This is a FINE FUCKING MESS! LISTEN! YOU, YOU, YOU AND YOU! FUCK OFF, FUCK OFF, FUCK OFF, FUCK OFF! GET OUT!
Now only Hixine and Redd were left in the kitchen. Gordon adjusted his apron, took a quick look at the order and said ,’Let's finish this service now shall we? I’ll take over meat with Hixine. Weenie, tell Wzxe to send someone over here and to take over the pass at that Blue Kitchen, they’re probably on desserts anyway. Redd, you start with desserts.'
A second later Zachary walked over to the Red Kitchen and took over the fish station with Chef Weenie. The newly formed team quickly started sending out the entrees.
Zachary meanwhile tried making small talk with Chef Weenie. ‘So how old are you Chef?’ he asked while he seared a snapper. ‘Twenty six,’ Weenie replied, not bothering to look up. ‘Are you married?’ Zachary tried again. Weenie looked up, irritated and snapped at the amatuer chef- ‘Shut the fuck up and cook. More cooking, less talking.’
Fifteen minutes later, all the entrees and desserts were served and the dinner service was finished. Gordon met the two teams in the kitchen.
`We have a clear winner here. Congratulations Blue Team on winning the first dinner service. There were hiccups but you bounced back. I want to see more of this,’ Turning to the Red Team he said, ‘You guys were a disaster today. There was no coordination, no communication. I want you all to go upstairs and come back with the names of two chefs, without whom you’ll be better off without. Now fuck off.’
Upstairs, in the ladies’ dorms
'You fucked up on the risotto Ace, you fucked up so badly that Redd had to cook it!,’ Eidnd said, ‘It's you who should be on the chopping block today!’
‘Didn’t you serve the wrong steak today? I think you should shut up. You did jack in the challenge too, ‘Ace retorted.
‘I think it should be Lily and Ace should be there today. They were just not up to the mark,’ Redd gave her opinion.
‘It’s settled then, Lily and Ace,’ Eidnd said with finality.
Ten minutes later in the dining area
‘Redd, who are the two nominees and why?’
‘The two nominees are Lily for her mess up on the fish and Ace for her risotto. We feel that these two missteps cost us the service today,’
‘Come forward, the two of you and tell me why you should stay in Hell’s Kitchen.’
Lily went first- ‘I know I messed up on that fish today, but it was just one fish. Every other fish I had cooked was perfect.’
Then Ace said her part- ‘My performance today was shit but I promise you it will never happen again. I am here to learn Chef Ramsay.’
Gordon replied, ‘This is a tough one since you’re both equally trash. The person leaving Hell’s Kitchen is…’
‘Eidnd. I am sorry but you don’t know how to cook a fucking steak. That shit doesn’t fly. Give me your jacket and leave Hell’s Kitchen. The rest of you, piss off.’
As Eidnd left Hell’s Kitchen, Gordon walked upstairs to his office and hung Eidnd’s jacket from the hanger. He remarked- I wouldn't have hired Eidnd as a line cook, much less as a head chef. She had no place in my restaurant.
To be continued...


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2020.04.25 15:08 F1-Bot 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix - Race Discussion

ROUND 20: Brazil

FORMULA 1 GRANDE PRÊMIO PETROBRAS DO BRASIL 2012
Sat 25 April
São Paulo
Session UTC
Race Sat 14:00
Watch the race here

Autódromo José Carlos Pace

Length: 4.309 km (2.677 mi)
Distance: 71 laps, 305.909 km (190.083 mi)
2011 pole: Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault, 1:11.918
2011 fastest lap: Mark Webber, Red Bull Racing-Renault, 1:15.324
2011 winner: Mark Webber, Red Bull Racing-Renault

Starting grid

Row Lane 2 Lane 1
1 2. Jenson Button 1:12.513 McLaren 1. Lewis Hamilton 1:12.458 McLaren
2 4. Sebastian Vettel 1:12.760 Red Bull 3. Mark Webber 1:12.581 Red Bull
3 6. Nico Hulkenberg 1:13.206 Force India 5. Felipe Massa 1:12.987 Ferrari
4 8. Kimi Räikkönen 1:13.298 Lotus 7. Fernando Alonso 1:13.253 Ferrari
5 10. Paul di Resta 1:14.121 Force India 9. Nico Rosberg 1:13.489 Mercedes
6 12. Sergio Perez 1:14.234 Sauber 11. Bruno Senna 1:14.219 Williams
7 14. Kamui Kobayashi 1:14.380 Sauber 13. Michael Schumacher 1:14.334 Mercedes
8 16. Pastor Maldonado 1:13.174 Williams 15. Daniel Ricciardo 1:14.574 Toro Rosso
9 18. Romain Grosjean 1:16.967 Lotus 17. Jean-Eric Vergne 1:14.619 Toro Rosso
10 20. Heikki Kovalainen 1:17.086 Caterham 19. Vitaly Petrov 1:17.073 Caterham
11 22. Charles Pic 1:18.104 Marussia 21. Timo Glock 1:17.508 Marussia
12 24. Pedro de la Rosa 1:19.699 HRT 23. Narain Karthikeyan 1:19.576 HRT

Useful links

Race Discussion

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2020.04.15 14:55 womensocialjustice International Resource List for Immediate Crisis Needs

I could not figure out how to crosspost this, but found this helpful list of crisis resources and support posted by the mods on emotionalabuse :)
https://www.reddit.com/emotionalabuse/comments/g06zng/a_new_subreddit_during_covid19_fofnh51h0?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x
Mods here - We were reached out to and asked permission for this post.
We have been receiving a lot of traffic as of late and I am especially supportive of those of you who may now be cooped up with your abusers for an indefinite time. I hope that this sub and the one posted above can help you cope with your current situation.
Additionally neither this sub or others should be used in times of an immediate crisis - Here is a list of resources below for that. Thank you everyone and stay safe!
United States
Emergency: 911 National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1- 800-799-7233 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) National Hopeline Network: 1-800-SUICIDE (800-784-2433) Crisis Text Line: Text "DESERVE" TO 741-741 Lifeline Crisis Chat (Online live messaging): https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/ Self-Harm Hotline: 1-800-DONT CUT (1-800-366-8288) Planned Parenthood Hotline: 1-800-230-PLAN (7526) American Association of Poison Control Centers: 1-800-222-1222 National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependency Hope Line: 1-800-622-2255 National Crisis Line - Anorexia and Bulimia: 1-800-233-4357 GLBT Hotline: 1-888-843-4564 TREVOR Crisis Hotline: 1-866-488-7386 AIDS Crisis Line: 1-800-221-7044 Veterans Crisis Line: https://www.veteranscrisisline.net TransLifeline: https://www.translifeline.org - 877-565-8860 Suicide Prevention Wiki: http://suicideprevention.wikia.com
UK & Republic of Ireland
Emergency: 112 or 999 Non-emergency: 111, Option 2 24/7 Helpline: 116 123 (UK and ROI) Samaritans.org: https://www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help-you/contact-us YourLifeCounts.org: https://yourlifecounts.org/find-help/
Argentina
Emergency: 911 Recuerde siempre que si usted esta en una situación de emergencia debe comunicarse con los teléfonos: *107 (SAME-Sistema de Atención Medica de Emergencia), *911 (Emergencia policial), para atención telefónica inmediata. Si desea orientación telefónica a familiares y amigos, déjenos su mensaje y teléfono. Nos comunicaremos con usted. Argentina Suicide Hotline: +5402234930430
Spain
Emergency: 112 Telefono De La Esperanza - 717-003-717 - http://telefonodelaesperanza.org/llamanos
Australia
Emergency: 000 Lifeline.org: https://www.lifeline.org.au/Get-Help/Online-Services/crisis-chat LifeLine Australia: 1-300-13-11-14 YourLifeCounts.org: https://yourlifecounts.org/find-help/ Beyond Blue https://www.beyondblue.org.au/get-support/get-immediate-support
China
Emergency 110 Beijing Suicide Research and Prevention Center http://www.crisis.org.cn/ 800-810-1117 (landline) or 010-8295-1332 (mobile and VoIP callers) Shanghai Mental Health Center http://www.smhc.org.cn/ Lifeline Shanghai https://www.lifeline-shanghai.com/
CanadaEmergency: 911Hotline: 1-888-353-2273YourLifeCounts.org: https://yourlifecounts.org/find-help/Crisis Services Canada: http://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/en/Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention https://suicideprevention.ca/need-help/South Africa
Emergency: 10 111 for police or 10 177 for an ambulance 24hr Helpline: 0800 12 13 14 or SMS 31393 (and we will call you back) Depression and Anxiety Helpline: 0800 70 80 90 YourLifeCounts.org: https://yourlifecounts.org/find-help/
New Zealand
Emergency: 111 Lifeline 24/7 Helpline: 0800 543 354 Suicide Crisis Helpline: 0508 828 865 (0508 TAUTOKO) YourLifeCounts.org: https://yourlifecounts.org/find-help/
India
Emergency: 112
Sneha India (http://www.snehaindia.org) is available 24/7 on the phone by calling 91 44 24640050
Germany
Emergency: 112 Hotline: 800 111 0111 Hotline: 0800 111 0222 YourLifeCounts.org: https://yourlifecounts.org/find-help/
Finland
Emergency: 112 Crisis Line: 010 195 202
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2020.04.05 14:56 Fwoggie2 Covid-19 update Sunday 5th April

Good afternoon from the UK; for those of you fighting to keep track, today is a Sunday. I opted out of Reddit yesterday and instead went to see a man about getting an allotment. £12.50 later ($15.35 USD / €14.20), we’ve rented a patch of land for a year from the local council that is 8.2m x 7.2m (that’s 59 sqm or 635 sq ft). My wife and I then happily spent much of the rest of the day researching how to prepare it, what we’d want to sow given the time of the year and what equipment we need. Fortunately our local garden centre (whilst closed) is proving to be very active on social media and is doing home deliveries; fingers crossed they can sort us out + have some seeds left because apparently there’s a much larger than normal demand on seeds in the UK as lots of quarantined people turn their attention to their gardens or allotments as a way of passing the time / improving their mental health.
Temperatures for those of us living in the central and south UK are expected to hit a very pleasant 20C (68F) today which would normally bring every man, woman and dog out to enjoy it but authorities have repeatedly pleaded for citizens to instead stay at home. Time will tell whether the public do as asked or whether the quarantine restrictions will have to be tightened further with a scaling up of police checks and fines.
This evening at 8pm UK time Britons - along with the other 2.4bn commonwealth citizens - will be able to watch a highly unusual pre-recorded televised statement from Queen Elizabeth II as she offers her thoughts on the pandemic. The Queen traditionally gives a televised Christmas Day speech every year but tonight's speech will be only her fifth non-Christmas-related televised speech in her 68 year reign. It’s scheduled for broadcast 8pm tonight UK time although presumably it will be uploaded on the official Royal Youtube channel here fairly soon after.

Virus news in depth


'He (Jared Krushner) has no idea what the hell he's talking about!' - Retired US Army Lt General Russel Honore (known for leading the joint task force for the supply chain response to Hurricane Katrina) has been on MSNBC. Jared Kushner has been saying that distributing lifesaving materials from the federal stockpile is not the government's job: “You have instances where, in cities, they’re running out, but the state still has a stockpile… And the notion of the federal stockpile was it’s supposed to be our stockpile; it’s not supposed to be state stockpiles that they then use… You have to take inventory in your own state and you have to show that there’s a real need.” Asked for his opinion, Lt Gen Honore (a frequent critic of Trump) said that the government should be doling out its stockpiled supplies more freely, as it has done in the wake of natural disasters. “They are confused as to what their number one priority is… “He doesn’t know what the hell he’s talking about. He’s totally clueless.” You can watch the interview here. There is concern that all available masks for the US coming onto the market are being purchased by federal authorities then sold for a profit to distributors who then sell them (for a further profit) to hospitals.

Trump, 3M clash over order to produce more face masks for US - Associated Press reports that President Donald Trump said Friday his administration will try to stop “profiteers” from exporting medical protective gear, shortly after picking a fight with manufacturing giant 3M, a major producer and exporter of face masks used to protect health care workers from the coronavirus. 3M argued that blocking exports will raise “significant humanitarian implications” abroad and lead other countries to retaliate by withholding much-needed medical supplies from the U.S. Nearly all of 3M’s exports of high-grade N95 masks go to Canada and Latin America, and Canadian officials took the company’s side lobbying Trump administration officials not to cut off part of their supply. Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meanwhile reinforced that no country can be self sufficient in an interview on CTV News saying that 3M has indicated that it understands how important it is to continue with delivering on orders to places like Canada, “because there is much trade that goes back and forth in essential services and it can end up hurting Americans as much as it hurts anybody else.” The Wall Street journal points out that despite 3M’s efforts to ramp up production, it’s still only able to deliver about 50m masks per months vs. a demand of 300m in the US alone, mainly due to a shortage of raw material.

China May Have Beaten Coronavirus, But Now It Could Be Facing a Food Crisis - Vice says that rumours of food shortages have swirled around Chinese social media for weeks but now a leaked Chinese government document (from a party committee meeting in Linxia Prefecture, a region of 2 million people in central China) shows that government officials have also been planning for a shortfall in food supplies. “The State Party Committee and the state governments and counties and cities must do everything possible to transfer and store all kinds of living materials such as grain, beef, mutton, oil and salt through various channels,” the document said, according to a report from Radio Free Asia. The government denied there was a problem; "Consumers have no need to worry about the shortage of food supplies and the sharp rise in prices. They don't have to concentrate on buying bulk food at home,” Wang Bin, deputy director of the Department of Consumer Promotion of the Ministry of Commerce, said Thursday. Wang’s comments are in stark contrast to those from the Ministry of Commerce in February, when a spokesperson admitted that China’s agriculture and food industries would be “heavily impacted” if the coronavirus crisis persisted. Farmers are struggling to find feed for their livestock and fertilizer is now in short supply. Hubei province, the epicenter of the outbreak, is also the country’s main producer of fertilizer, and factories have struggled to reopen.

Virus news in brief


Supply chain news in depth


Two massive cranes have just been delivered to Port Elizabeth harbour in South Africa in time for a record citrus season - Business Insider says that the Liebherr cranes will help to ease the pressure at the harbour after a crane was lost due to extreme winds, said Michelle Phillips, Transnet Port Terminal’s acting chief executive. “Having lost an entire crane due to gale force winds really set us back. The arrival of these two modern cranes will ensure that our promise to industry is realised”. South Africa has a record 143.3 millions cartons of citrus available to harvest and pack, says Justin Chadwick, CEO of the Citrus Growers' Association. But he warns that the disruption caused by COVID 19 regulations etc may impact on ability to harvest and pack, and logistics could be disrupted. “This is going to be an unusual year.” Also, the international demand for SA citrus – especially in the key Chinese market – is under threat. In Asia, fresh produce is sold mainly on wholesale markets, which may remain closed, This means little to no fruit from South African being shipped to China for wholesale, says Adéle Ackermann, brand manager at Capespan.

CMA CGM sends ships via the Cape to Europe and Asia - Splash247 says (link) that the 16,020 teu CMA CGM Alexander Humboldt is making its way down the west coast of Africa having departed Algericas in Spain for Port Klang in Malaysia on the FAL-1 service bypassing the Suez Canal. Meanwhile, the 15,000 teu CMA CGM Chile is in the Indian Ocean en route to Le Havre, also via the Cape of Good Hope, marking the first westbound ship to make this route to Europe for many years….
...(Cont’d) Writing on LinkedIn, container shipping expert Lars Jensen noted that the route chosen by CMA CGM is more than 3,000 nautical miles longer than via the three-week Suez Canal route and the speed for the new journey has been increased by more than two knots despite the added five days to the schedule equating to an approximate $200,000 higher fuel bill for each ship. However, Suez Canal tolls are in the region of $400,000 to $500,000 per transit. The canal already has a 45-65% discount scheme for US east coast vessels to prevent re-routing. A few days ago the Suez Canal Authority announced a 6% discount for European vessels, something it might have to revisit if other liners follow CMA CGM’s lead.

U.S. Accused of 'Modern Piracy' Over Face Masks - The WSJ reports that German officials said on Friday that 200,000 FFP2 respirators (the high-quality masks, known in the U.S. under the designation N95) ordered from a U.S. manufacturer had been “confiscated” in Bangkok and never reached their destination. They said they believed the incident was related to U.S. threats to ban the export of medical masks and accused the Trump administration of an act of “modern piracy.” The statement from Berlin authorities didn’t provide any further detail or say when the incident happened. But a Berlin official said the masks were manufactured by U.S. company 3M’s factory in China and were part of a total order of 400,000 pieces. The official said U.S. officials had confiscated the shipment while it was in transit in Thailand.

FedEx update presents some concerns - Freightwaves reports on a business update that FedEx has provided to the stock market on its business including the announcement of several actions taken to reduce costs and preserve available liquidity amid the coronavirus outbreak. The company noted weakness in business-to-business demand across all of its transportation offerings globally, but said that its ground package segment has benefited from “sharp increases in ecommerce volume” given quarantine mandates. However, the change in mix to more business-to-consumer goods and household supplies, “is expected to negatively impact margins and operating results.”

Nigeria’s lockdown causes confusion for logistics operators - TechCabal reports of disruption for logistics operators in Nigeria due to confusion over whether they’re essential; iIn the Nigerian case, the lockdown was announced on Sunday, March 29, and went into effect by 11 pm the following Monday. Without prior information, the government identified certain businesses as essential and granted them exemptions. Logistics operators are confused. There was no clear exemption for them. According to the president, trucks can leave the ports “to other parts of the country”. Trucks bringing in food and “other essential humanitarian items” into the lockdown states are also free to move. The lack of clarity is causing a lot of confusion for logistics companies and there is a high risk that their drivers will be harassed by law enforcement officials in the lockdown states. Already one incident has confirmed this fear; on April 1, the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) sealed off the main warehouse of Jumia, Nigeria’s biggest ecommerce company. The warehouse was later reopened by 11 pm after the agency realised that Jumia is an “essential supplier” under a new regulation passed by the Lagos state governor.

Why there's still no flour in UK supermarkets - and it's not just because everyone is baking in coronavirus lockdown - The i (major newspaper) reports that on as the magnitude of the situation began to unravel, consumers bought everything else - all the baking flour included. Millions had baking in mind. Shelves sat empty. The reason why isn't the foodstuff itself – the UK is self-sufficient in standard flour, producing around 90,000 tonnes each week – but the packaging. Of the 50 mills in the country today, just 12 are geared towards retail. They're at capacity, and while workers have been toiling at factories now open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, they haven't been able to keep up with the extra demand. With 27.5m households in the UK, there will never be enough 1.5kg, small bags of flour to go around. Home baking, affordable and efficient as it is, has long been more an artisan or weekend frivolity, and most loaves are bought already made. The sector is tailored to that structure. Less than five per cent of UK milled flour is sold at supermarkets.

Supply chain news in brief



Good news section


The benefit of so much of the world practicing self isolation - the recorded rates of flu and influenza (which are still a thing) has dropped significantly according to the CDC (link).

Donations


Several asked if they can send me $/£/€ via Patreon (in some cases because I've saved them time or money, others for no reason at all). I don't need the cash (that's lovely though) but food bank charities are getting really hit hard with all this panic buying. Please consider giving whatever you'd have given me to a foodbank charity instead:
UK: https://www.trusselltrust.org/
France: https://www.banquealimentaire.org/
Germany: https://www.tafel.de/
Netherlands: https://www.voedselbankennederland.nl/steun-ons/steun-voedselbank-donatie/
Italy: https://www.bancoalimentare.it/it/node/1
Spain: https://www.fesbal.org/
Australia: https://www.foodbank.org.au/
Canada: https://www.foodbankscanada.ca/
USA: https://www.feedingamerica.org/
Thanks in advance for any donations you give. If there's foodbank charities in your country and it's not listed above, please suggest it and I will include it going forward.
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2020.03.28 15:13 F1-Bot 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix - Race Discussion

ROUND 3: Bahrain

FORMULA 1 GULF AIR BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX 2014
Sat 28 Mar
Sakhir
Session UTC
Race Sat 15:00
Watch the race here

Bahrain International Circuit

Length: 5.412 km (3.363 mi)
Distance: 57 laps, 308.238 km (191.530 mi)
Lap record: Pedro de la Rosa, McLaren, 2005, 1:31.447
2013 pole: Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, 1:32.330
2013 fastest lap: Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull-Renault, 1:36.961
2013 winner: Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull-Renault

Starting Grid

Row Lane 1 Lane 2
1 1. Nico Rosberg 1:33.185 Mercedes 2. Lewis Hamilton 1:33.464 Mercedes
2 3. Valtteri Bottas 1:34.247 Williams 4. Sergio Pérez 1:34.346 Force India
3 5. Kimi Räikkönen 1:34.368 Ferrari 6. Jenson Button 1:34.387 McLaren
4 7. Felipe Massa 1:34.511 Williams 8. Kevin Magnussen 1:34.712 McLaren
5 9. Fernando Alonso 1:34.992 Ferrari 10. Sebastian Vettel 1:34.985 Red Bull
6 11. Nico Hülkenberg 1:35.116 Force India 12. Daniil Kvyat 1:35.145 Toro Rosso
7 13. Daniel Ricciardo 1:34.051 1 Red Bull 14 Jean-Eric Vergne 1:35.286 Toro Rosso
8 15. Esteban Gutiérrez 1:35.891 Sauber 16. Romain Grosjean 1:35.908 Lotus
9 17. Pastor Maldonado 1:36.663 Lotus 18. Kamui Kobayashi 1:37.085 Caterham
10 19. Jules Bianchi 1:37.310 Marussia 20. Marcus Ericsson 1:37.875 Caterham
11 21. Max Chilton 1:37.913 Marussia 22. Adrian Sutil 1:36.840 2 Sauber
1 10 Place grid penalty
2 3 Place grid penalty

Useful links

Live timing leaderboard

For those of you who are F1 ACCESS members, you can check the position of the drivers throughout the race on the official live timing leaderboard

Race Discussion

Join us on /formula1's IRC chat: #f1 on irc.snoonet.org
Stream talk has a channel of it's own: #f1streams on irc.snoonet.org
Be sure to check out the Discord as well.
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2020.03.14 20:43 flyingspagettt Suicide Prevention Hotlines

There is always help. There is always someone who looks out for you. You are strong. You are not stupid, you're not weak. You are amazing. It is okay to ask or accept help. We all need someone to help us through our hardest times. There is no shame in it. Please take a look at this list of hotlines, hopefully you will find your country. There are worldwide helplines as well.

Crisis Hotlines By Country

Suicide hotlines provide help to those in need. Contact a hotline if you need support yourself or need help supporting a friend. If you're concerned about a friend, please encourage the person to contact a hotline as well.
Worldwide
Befrienders.org allows you to type in your country and brings up what crisis hotlines are available
International Association for Suicide Pervention breaks it down by continent.
Australia
BeyondBlue ☏ 1300 22 4636 ✉ Contact BeyondBlue Chat: Live chat
Reachout Australia
Lifeline Australia ☏ 13 11 14 Chat: Live chat
Kids Helpline ☏ 1800 55 1800
Headspace ☏ 1800 650 890 Chat: Live chat
Austria
Rat auf Draht ☏ 147
Belgium
Centrum Ter Preventie Van Zelfdoding ☏ 1813
Zelfmoordlijn1813 ☏ 1813
Brazil / Portugal
CVV ☏ 141 ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Canada
Kids Help Phone (for youth under 20) 1-800-668-6868
For people over 20, find a crisis centre that serves your area: http://suicideprevention.ca/thinking-aboutsuicide/find-a-crisis-centre
Czech Republic
Linka bezpečí ☏ 116 111
Pražská linka důvěry ☏ 222 580 697
Linka důvěry Ostrava ☏ 596 618 908 ☏ 737 267 939
Linka duševní tísně Most ☏ 476 701 444 Skype: ldt.most
Linka důvěry DKC http://dkc.cz/linka_duvery.php ☏ 241 484 149 Skype: ld_dkc
Linka bezpečí http://www.linkabezpeci.cz ☏ 116111 (děti a mládež)
Denmark
Livslinien ☏ 70 201 201
Finland
Suomen Mielenterveysseura ☏ 01019 5202
France
S.O.S Amitié ☏ 01 42 96 26 26
Greece
Klimaka NGO ☏ 1018
Klimaka NGO
Germany
Telefonseelsorge ☏ 0800 111 0 111 ☏ 0800 111 0 222
Nummer gegen Kummer ☏ 0800 111 0 550 (adults) ☏ 0800 111 0 333 (children)
Hong Kong
The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong ☏ 2389 2222 help4suicide.com.hk
The Samaritans Hong Kong ☏ 2896 0000
Hungary
Magyar Lelki Elsősegély Telefonszolgálatok Szövetségével ☏ 116 123 ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Kek Vonal ☏ 116-111
India
AASRA ☏ 91-22-27546669 ☏ 91-22-27546667 ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Ireland
Safe Ireland
Reachout Ireland
Samaritans ☏ 116 123
Israel
ERAN ☏ Free call within Israel: 1201 ☏ Out of Israel: 972-76-8844400
ERAN ☏ 09 889 1333
Italy
Telefono Amico ☏ 199 284 284
Telefono Azzurro ☏ 19696
Telefono Amico ☏ 199 284 284
Japan
TELL Tokyo English Lifeline ☏ 03-5774-0992 (English)
TELL ☏ 03-5774-0992
Latvia
Skalbes ☏ 371 67222922 ☏ 371 27722292
Lithuania
Lithuanian Association of Emotional Support Lines
Vaikų linija (Child line) ☏ 116 111
Jaunimo linija (Youth line) ☏ 8 800 28888
Vilties linija (Hope line) ☏ 116 123 ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Pagalbos moterims linija (Women’s line) ☏ 8 800 66366 moters-pagalba.lt/linija ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Linija Doverija (Support for Russian-speaking clients) ☏ 8 800 77277
Luxembourg
SOS Détresse – Hëllef iwwer Telefon ☏ 454545
Latvia
Skalbes ☏ 67222922 27722292
Netherlands
Foundation 113 Online ☏ 0900-113 0 113
New Zealand
National Depression Initiative ☏ 0800 111 757 SMS: 5626 http://www.thelowdown.co.nz ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Youthline ☏ 0800 376633 SMS: 234 ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Norway
Kirkens SOS ☏ 815 33 300
Poland
Fundacja Dzieci Niczyje ☏ 116 111
Serbia
Centar Srce ☏ 0800 300 303 [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Singapore
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) ☏ 1800 221 4444 ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
South Africa
The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) ☏ 0800 567 567 SMS: 31393
South Korea
HopeClick
Spain
Teléfono de la Esperanza ☏ 902500002
Sweden
Självmordsupplysningen (Föreningen Psykisk Hälsa)
Självmordsupplysningen (Föreningen Psykisk Hälsa)
Switzerland
Tel 143 - La Main Tendue – Die Dargebotene Hand – Telefono Amico ☏ 143
Taiwan
Taiwan Suicide Prevention Center v ☏ 0800 788 995 ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
United Kingdom / Ireland
LifeSigns
Paladin
Samaritans ☏ 08457 90 90 90 (UK) ☏ 1850 60 90 90 (Republic of Ireland) ✉ [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
United States
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline ☏ 1 800 273 TALK (8255) Chat: Lifeline Chat
Veteran Crisis Line ☏ 1 800 273 8255 SMS: 838255 For active U.S. service members, veterans, and family members.
American Psychiatric Association
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
Half of Us
National Institute of Mental Health
National Network to End Domestic Violence
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline ☏ 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
SAFE Alternatives ☏ 1-800-DONT-CUT (366-8288)
Self Injury Foundation
The Trevor Project ☏ 1-866-488-7386 Suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth
Without my Consent
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2020.03.01 19:45 isuck_at_fortnite Global suicide hotline Resources

Global Suicide Hotline Resources
Suicide hotlines provide help to those in need. Contact a hotline if you need support yourself or need help supporting a friend. If you're concerned about a friend, please encourage the person to contact a hotline as well.
United States
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org Phone: 1 800 273 TALK (8255)
Lifeline Crisis Chat http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/gethelp/lifelinechat.aspx
Veterans/Military Crisis Line (for active U.S. service members, veterans, and family members) http://www.veteranscrisisline.net Phone: 1 800 273 8255, Press 1 SMS: 838255
The Trevor Project (for LGBT youth, friends and family members) http://www.thetrevorproject.org Phone: 1 866 488 73865
Worldwide
Befrienders http://www.befrienders.org
Australia
Lifeline Australia http://www.lifeline.org.au Phone: 13 11 14
Kids Helpline http://www.kidshelp.com.au Phone: 1800 55 1800
Headspace http://www.eheadspace.org.au Phone: 1800 650 890
Austria
Rat auf Draht http://rataufdraht.orf.at Phone: 147
TelefonSeelsorge – Notruf 142 http://www.telefonseelsorge.at Phone: 142 (24 Stunden täglich) Email: https://onlineberatung-telefonseelsorge.at (chat & mail)
Belgium
Centrum Ter Preventie Van Zelfdoding http://www.zelfmoord1813.be Phone: 1813
Brazil / Portugal
CVV http://www.cvv.org.br Phone: 188 Email: [email protected]
Canada
Kids Help Phone (for youth under 20) Phone: 1 800 6686868
For people over 20, find a crisis centre that serves your area: http://suicideprevention.ca/thinking-aboutsuicide/find-a-crisis-centre
Czech Republic
Linka bezpečí www.linkabezpeci.cz Phone: 116 111
Pražská linka důvěry http://www.csspraha.cz/linka-duvery Phone: 222 580 697
Linka důvěry Ostrava http://www.mnof.cz/linka_duvery Phone: 596 618 908 Phone: 737 267 939
Linka duševní tísně Most http://www.mostknadeji.eu/linka-dusevni-tisne Phone: 476 701 444 Skype: ldt.most
Linka důvěry DKC http://dkc.cz/linka_duvery.php Phone: 241 484 149 Skype: ld_dkc
Linka bezpečí http://www.linkabezpeci.cz Phone: 116111 (děti a mládež)
Denmark
Livslinien http://www.livslinien.dk Phone: 70 201 201
Børne https://bornetelefonen.dk/ring Phone: 116 111 (Child Helpline is open daily from 11:00-23:00.)
Finland
Suomen Mielenterveysseura http://www.e-mielenterveys.fi/en/ Phone: 01019 5202
France
S.O.S Amitié http://www.sos-amitie.org Phone: 01 42 96 26 26
Germany
Telefonseelsorge http://www.telefonseelsorge.de Phone: 0800 111 0 111 Phone: 0800 111 0 222
Nummer gegen Kummer https://www.nummergegenkummer.de Phone: 0800 111 0 550 (adults) Phone: 0800 111 0 333 (children)
Greece
Klimaka NGO http://www.klimaka.org.gr
Suicide Help Greece http://www.suicide-help.gr Phone: 1018
Hong Kong
The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong http://www.help4suicide.com.hk
The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong http://www.sbhk.org.hk Phone: 2389 2222
The Samaritans Hong Kong http://www.samaritans.org.hk Phone: 2896 0000
Hungary
Magyar Lelki Elsősegély Telefonszolgálatok Szövetsége http://www.sos505.hu Phone: 116 123 Email: [email protected]
Kek Vonal Phone: 116-111
India
AASRA http://www.aasra.info Phone: 91-22-27546669 Phone: 91-22-27546667 Email: [email protected]
Israel
ERAN http://www.eran.org.il Phone: Free call within Israel: 1201 Phone: Out of Israel: 972-76-8844400
SAHAR (Emotional support chat line)(Hebrew) http://www.sahar.org.il
SAHAR (Emotional support chat line)(Arabic) http://www.sahar.org.il/?categoryId=63068
Italy
Telefono Azzurro www.azzurro.it Phone: 19696
Telefono Amico http://www.telefonoamico.it Phone: 199 284 284
Latvia
Skalbes http://www.skalbes.lv Phone: 371 67222922 Phone: 371 27722292
Lithuania
Lithuanian Association of Emotional Support Lines http://www.klausau.lt
Vaikų linija (Child line) http://www.vaikulinija.lt Phone: 116 111
Jaunimo linija (Youth line) http://www.jaunimolinija.lt/laiskai/ Phone: 8 800 28888
Vilties linija (Hope line) http://www.kpsc.lt/vilties_linija.html Phone: 116 123 Email: [email protected]
Pagalbos moterims linija (Women's line) http://www.moteriai.lt Phone: 8 800 66366 Email: [email protected]
Linija Doverija (Support for Russian-speaking clients) Phone: 8 800 77277
Luxembourg
SOS Détresse – Hëllef iwwer Telefon http://www.454545.lu Phone: 454545
Kanner-Jugendtelefon http://www.kjt.lu Phone: 116 111
Netherlands
Foundation 113Online http://www.113online.nl Phone: 0900-113 0 113
New Zealand
National Depression Initiative http://www.depression.org.nz
The Lowdown http://www.thelowdown.co.nz Phone: 0800 111 757 SMS: 5626 Email: [email protected]
Youthline http://www.youthline.co.nz Phone: 0800 376633 SMS: 234 Email: [email protected] Email: [email protected]
Norway
Kirkens SOS http://www.kirkens-sos.no Phone: 815 33 300
Poland
Fundacja Dzieci Niczyje http://www.116111.pl/napisz Phone: 116 111
Serbia
Centar Srce http://www.centarsrce.org Phone: 0800 300 303 Email: [email protected]
Singapore
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) http://samaritans.org.sg Phone: 1800 221 4444 Email: [email protected]
South Africa
The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) http://www.sadag.org Phone: 0800 567 567 SMS: 31393
South Korea
중앙자살예방센터 (Korea Suicide Prevention Center) www.spckorea.or.kr Phone: +82 2-2203-0053 Email: [email protected]
HopeClick http://www.hopeclick.or.kr
보건복지부 보건복지콜센터 (Ministry of Health & Welfare Call Center) Phone: 129 (24시간 위기상담 / 24 hour hotline)
정신건강증진센터 정신건강위기상담전화 (Mental Health Center Crisis Counseling) Phone: 1577-0199 (24시간 위기상담 / 24 hour hotline)
Spain
Teléfono de la Esperanza http://telefonodelaesperanza.org Phone: 902500002
Sweden
Mind https://mind.se/
Switzerland
Tel 143 - La Main Tendue – Die Dargebotene Hand – Telefono Amico http://www.143.ch Phone: 143
Taiwan
Taiwan Suicide Prevention Center http://www.tspc.tw Phone: 0800 788 995 Email: [email protected]
United Kingdom / Ireland
Samaritans http://www.samaritans.org Phone: 116 123 Email: [email protected]
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2020.03.01 19:44 isuck_at_fortnite Global suicide hotline Resources.

Suicide hotlines provide help to those in need. Contact a hotline if you need support yourself or need help supporting a friend. If you're concerned about a friend, please encourage the person to contact a hotline as well.
United States
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org Phone: 1 800 273 TALK (8255)
Lifeline Crisis Chat http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/gethelp/lifelinechat.aspx
Veterans/Military Crisis Line (for active U.S. service members, veterans, and family members) http://www.veteranscrisisline.net Phone: 1 800 273 8255, Press 1 SMS: 838255
The Trevor Project (for LGBT youth, friends and family members) http://www.thetrevorproject.org Phone: 1 866 488 73865
Worldwide
Befrienders http://www.befrienders.org
Australia
Lifeline Australia http://www.lifeline.org.au Phone: 13 11 14
Kids Helpline http://www.kidshelp.com.au Phone: 1800 55 1800
Headspace http://www.eheadspace.org.au Phone: 1800 650 890
Austria
Rat auf Draht http://rataufdraht.orf.at Phone: 147
TelefonSeelsorge – Notruf 142 http://www.telefonseelsorge.at Phone: 142 (24 Stunden täglich) Email: https://onlineberatung-telefonseelsorge.at (chat & mail)
Belgium
Centrum Ter Preventie Van Zelfdoding http://www.zelfmoord1813.be Phone: 1813
Brazil / Portugal
CVV http://www.cvv.org.br Phone: 188 Email: [email protected]
Canada
Kids Help Phone (for youth under 20) Phone: 1 800 6686868
For people over 20, find a crisis centre that serves your area: http://suicideprevention.ca/thinking-aboutsuicide/find-a-crisis-centre
Czech Republic
Linka bezpečí www.linkabezpeci.cz Phone: 116 111
Pražská linka důvěry http://www.csspraha.cz/linka-duvery Phone: 222 580 697
Linka důvěry Ostrava http://www.mnof.cz/linka_duvery Phone: 596 618 908 Phone: 737 267 939
Linka duševní tísně Most http://www.mostknadeji.eu/linka-dusevni-tisne Phone: 476 701 444 Skype: ldt.most
Linka důvěry DKC http://dkc.cz/linka_duvery.php Phone: 241 484 149 Skype: ld_dkc
Linka bezpečí http://www.linkabezpeci.cz Phone: 116111 (děti a mládež)
Denmark
Livslinien http://www.livslinien.dk Phone: 70 201 201
Børne https://bornetelefonen.dk/ring Phone: 116 111 (Child Helpline is open daily from 11:00-23:00.)
Finland
Suomen Mielenterveysseura http://www.e-mielenterveys.fi/en/ Phone: 01019 5202
France
S.O.S Amitié http://www.sos-amitie.org Phone: 01 42 96 26 26
Germany
Telefonseelsorge http://www.telefonseelsorge.de Phone: 0800 111 0 111 Phone: 0800 111 0 222
Nummer gegen Kummer https://www.nummergegenkummer.de Phone: 0800 111 0 550 (adults) Phone: 0800 111 0 333 (children)
Greece
Klimaka NGO http://www.klimaka.org.gr
Suicide Help Greece http://www.suicide-help.gr Phone: 1018
Hong Kong
The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong http://www.help4suicide.com.hk
The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong http://www.sbhk.org.hk Phone: 2389 2222
The Samaritans Hong Kong http://www.samaritans.org.hk Phone: 2896 0000
Hungary
Magyar Lelki Elsősegély Telefonszolgálatok Szövetsége http://www.sos505.hu Phone: 116 123 Email: [email protected]
Kek Vonal Phone: 116-111
India
AASRA http://www.aasra.info Phone: 91-22-27546669 Phone: 91-22-27546667 Email: [email protected]
Israel
ERAN http://www.eran.org.il Phone: Free call within Israel: 1201 Phone: Out of Israel: 972-76-8844400
SAHAR (Emotional support chat line)(Hebrew) http://www.sahar.org.il
SAHAR (Emotional support chat line)(Arabic) http://www.sahar.org.il/?categoryId=63068
Italy
Telefono Azzurro www.azzurro.it Phone: 19696
Telefono Amico http://www.telefonoamico.it Phone: 199 284 284
Latvia
Skalbes http://www.skalbes.lv Phone: 371 67222922 Phone: 371 27722292
Lithuania
Lithuanian Association of Emotional Support Lines http://www.klausau.lt
Vaikų linija (Child line) http://www.vaikulinija.lt Phone: 116 111
Jaunimo linija (Youth line) http://www.jaunimolinija.lt/laiskai/ Phone: 8 800 28888
Vilties linija (Hope line) http://www.kpsc.lt/vilties_linija.html Phone: 116 123 Email: [email protected]
Pagalbos moterims linija (Women's line) http://www.moteriai.lt Phone: 8 800 66366 Email: [email protected]
Linija Doverija (Support for Russian-speaking clients) Phone: 8 800 77277
Luxembourg
SOS Détresse – Hëllef iwwer Telefon http://www.454545.lu Phone: 454545
Kanner-Jugendtelefon http://www.kjt.lu Phone: 116 111
Netherlands
Foundation 113Online http://www.113online.nl Phone: 0900-113 0 113
New Zealand
National Depression Initiative http://www.depression.org.nz
The Lowdown http://www.thelowdown.co.nz Phone: 0800 111 757 SMS: 5626 Email: [email protected]
Youthline http://www.youthline.co.nz Phone: 0800 376633 SMS: 234 Email: [email protected] Email: [email protected]
Norway
Kirkens SOS http://www.kirkens-sos.no Phone: 815 33 300
Poland
Fundacja Dzieci Niczyje http://www.116111.pl/napisz Phone: 116 111
Serbia
Centar Srce http://www.centarsrce.org Phone: 0800 300 303 Email: [email protected]
Singapore
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) http://samaritans.org.sg Phone: 1800 221 4444 Email: [email protected]
South Africa
The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) http://www.sadag.org Phone: 0800 567 567 SMS: 31393
South Korea
중앙자살예방센터 (Korea Suicide Prevention Center) www.spckorea.or.kr Phone: +82 2-2203-0053 Email: [email protected]
HopeClick http://www.hopeclick.or.kr
보건복지부 보건복지콜센터 (Ministry of Health & Welfare Call Center) Phone: 129 (24시간 위기상담 / 24 hour hotline)
정신건강증진센터 정신건강위기상담전화 (Mental Health Center Crisis Counseling) Phone: 1577-0199 (24시간 위기상담 / 24 hour hotline)
Spain
Teléfono de la Esperanza http://telefonodelaesperanza.org Phone: 902500002
Sweden
Mind https://mind.se/
Switzerland
Tel 143 - La Main Tendue – Die Dargebotene Hand – Telefono Amico http://www.143.ch Phone: 143
Taiwan
Taiwan Suicide Prevention Center http://www.tspc.tw Phone: 0800 788 995 Email: [email protected]
United Kingdom / Ireland
Samaritans http://www.samaritans.org Phone: 116 123 Email: [email protected]
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2020.02.09 02:13 phrresehelp List of Suicide Hotlines

List of suicide crisis lines
Algeria
34342 and 43 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Algeria.
Suicide Hotline Algeria: 0021 3983 2000 58

Argentina
911 is the national emergency number in Argentina.
Centro de Asistencia al Suicida by calling 135 (Greater Buenos Aires) or 5275-1135 (rest of the country).[4]
Centro de Atención al Familiar del Suicida is made up of professionals and focuses on the problems caused by suicide, both in the community and in the people it can impact. Their number is (54-11) 4758-2554.[5]
SOS Un Amigo Anonimo is available seven days a week from 10 AM to 7 PM by calling 4783-8888.[6]

Armenia
112 and 911 are the national emergency numbers in Armenia.
Trust Social Work and Sociological Research Centre: can be reached at (2) 538194 or (2) 538197

Australia
000 is the national emergency number in Australia.
Lifeline is a 24-hour nationwide service that provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and mental health support services.[7] It can be reached at 13 11 14. They also offer an online chat service.[8]
Kids Helpline is a 24-hour nationwide service that provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and counselling services for Australians aged 5–25. It can be reached at 1800 55 1800. In addition the Kids Helpline does also provide online chat services.[9]
Beyond Blue provides nationwide information and support regarding anxiety, depression, and suicide. It has a helpline which can be reached by calling 1300 22 4636. The helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In addition, the organisation also provides online chat from 15-24.[10]

Austria
112 is the national emergency number in Austria.
142 is the number of Telefonseelsorge in Austria. Free of charge, operating 24 hours a day.[11]
147 is the number of Rat auf Draht, a crisis number especially for children, juveniles and their attachment figures. Free of charge, operating 24 hours a day.[12]

Azerbaijan
112 is the national emergency number in Azerbaijan.
510-66-36 is the official youth crisis hotline operated by Initiative for Development.[13]

The Bahamas
911 is the national emergency number in The Bahamas.
National Suicide Hotline: 322-2763

Bangladesh
999 is the national emergency number in Bangladesh. 199 is the national number for ambulance and fire.
Kaan Pete Roi (http://shuni.org/) is an emotional support helpline in Bangladesh whose mission is to alleviate feelings of despair, isolation, distress, and suicidal feelings among members of the community, through confidential listening. The helpline is intended for suicide prevention and the promotion of mental health.[14]

Barbados
911 is the national emergency number in Barbados.
Samaritans of Barbados: (246) 4299999

Belarus
112 works on the territory of Belarus (works for tourists as well). Call 102 for police and 103 for ambulance if needed.
For victims of violence at home: 8 801 100 8 801 (anonymous, 24/7).
For children: 801-100-1611 (anonymous, 24/7).
Other psychological help phones can be reached at (minzdrav.gov.by)

Belgium
112 is the national emergency number in Belgium.
Stichting Zelfmoordlijn 1813 provides a 24/7 national suicide prevention phone line and a webchat everyday from 18:30 to 22:00 for Dutch language.[15]
Zelfmoordlijn 1813 hotline can be reached at [1].
Zelfmoordlijn 1813 limited webchat can be found at https://www.zelfmoord1813.be/chat-met-zelfmoordlijn-1813.
Stichting Centre de Prévention du Suicide provides a 24/7 national suicide prevention phone line for French language.[16]
The Center for the Prevention of Suicide hotline can be reached at [2].
The Center for the Prevention of Suicide website and Forum can be found at https://www.preventionsuicide.be/fj-ai-besoin-d-aide.html.

Bosnia and Herzegovina
122 is the national police number in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
123 is the national fire-brigade number in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
124 is the national emergency number in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Centar Srce is a Serbian organisation for emotional support. Currently there isn't any other organisation inside Bosnia and Herzegovina that deals with suicidal thought and prevention.
0800-300303 is the number of Centar Srce.

Bolivia
911 is the national emergency number in Bolivia.
Teléfono de la Esperanza aims at promoting mental health to the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking world. Bolivians living in Cochabamba and La Paz can call (00 591 4) 4 25 42 42 and 75288084.[17]

Botswana
911 is the national emergency number in Botswana.
3911270 is the national lifeline.

Brazil
188 is a national emergency number in Brazil.
190 and 191 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Brazil.
Centro de Valorização da Vida (http://www.cvv.org.b) is an emotional and suicidal prevention support NGO founded in 1962 in São Paulo, Brazil, and recognized as Federal Public Utility in 1973. It offers voluntary and free support, with all communications being confidential. Contacts can be made through the phone number 141 (available 24/7), personally (in one of the 72 centres around the country), chat (via their website), VoIP (via Skype) and e-mail.

Brunei
991 is the emergency number for ambulances
993 is the emergency number for police
145 is the national suicide hotline

Bulgaria
112 is the national emergency number in Bulgaria.
0035 9249 17 223 is the number for the Sofia Hotline.

Canada
911 is the national emergency number in Canada.
Kids Help Phone (https://kidshelpphone.ca/) is a free 24/7 national support service that provides confidential professional counselling, information, referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support to young people in both English and French.
Crisis Services Canada (http://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/) nationwide suicide prevention and support network.
Crisis Text Line powered by Kids Help Phone (crisistextline.ca) is a free, confidential 24/7 national crisis-intervention text-message service.[18]
Crisis Text Line can be reached by texting CONNECT (English) or PARLER (French) to 686-868.
Trans Lifeline (http://www.translifeline.org/) is a toll-free crisis hotline available in the United States and in Canada for transgender people staffed by transgender people.
The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (https://suicideprevention.ca) maintains a Canada-wide list of phone numbers and websites related to suicide prevention.

China
110 is the national emergency number in mainland China.
Beijing Suicide Research and Prevention Center (http://www.crisis.org.cn), a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Research and Training in Suicide Prevention, available 24/7 at 800-810-1117 (for landline callers) or 010-8295-1332 (for mobile and VoIP callers)
Lifeline Shanghai (https://www.lifeline-shanghai.com/) available 10am to 10pm every day at 021-6279-8990
Shanghai Mental Health Center (http://www.smhc.org.cn) serves as a mental health clinic as well as teaching, researching and planning mental health prevention throughout China. They can be reached at 021-64387250.
Shenzhen Mental Health Center (http://www.psyonline.com.cn/) free professional counseling available 24/7 at 0755-25629459
Guangzhou Crisis Research and Intervention Center (http://www.gzcrisis.com/) available 24/7 at 020-81899120 or 020-12320-5, online counseling is also available with QQ messenger at 1661042151
Mental Health Center of School of Medicine of Zhejiang University (http://www.hz7hospital.com/) available 24/7 at 0571-85029595

Croatia
112 is the national emergency number in Croatia.
Plavi Telefon (www.plavi-telefon.hr) can be called at 48 33 888 and aim to provide support for issues such as depression, alcoholism, drug abuse and suicide that traditional centers might not accomplish.

Cyprus
112 and 199 are the national emergency numbers in Cyprus.
Cyprus Samaritans (http://www.cyprussamaritans.org) is available every day from 4pm to 12am and is confidential. They can be reached at 8000 7773.

Czech Republic
112 is the national emergency number in the Czech Republic.

Cuba
104 Ambulance
105 Fire
106 Police

Denmark
Livslinien (https://www.livslinien.dk) offers telephone support 11am-4am on 70 201 201, or online chat
112 is the national emergency number in Denmark.

Egypt
122 is the national emergency number for police in Egypt.
123 is the national emergency number for emergency health services in Egypt
126 is the foreigners emergency number in Egypt.
https://befrienderscairo.com/, BeFrienders in Cairo, Egypt, along with their two hotlines: 762 1602/3 and 762 2381.

Estonia
112 is the national emergency number in Estonia.
Eluliin (http://www.eluliin.ee/) provides emotional support for those suffering from depression and relationship issues. They're available from 7pm to 7am at 655 8088 in Estonian and 655 5688 in Russian.

Fiji
917 is the national emergency number in Fiji.
Lifeline Fiji runs the National Crisis Line, Crisis Support, and Suicide Intervention line. Free calls at any time on 132454

Finland
112 is the national emergency number in Finland.
Finnish Association for Mental Health has provided assistance and support for those dealing with mental health issues and suicide since 1897. They can be reached at 010 195 202 (Finnish) or (09) 4135 0501 (foreigners).

France
112 is the national emergency number in France, 15 is the number for ambulances, 114 for all emergency services for deaf using FAX or SMS and 17 is for police.
Fil santé jeunes : 0800 235 236 : anonymous and toll-free number for young people.
Suicide écoute : 01 45 39 40 00 (24-hour) : suicide prevention helpline (volunteers).
SOS Suicide Phénix: 01 40 44 46 45 (schedule) : suicide prevention through listening and hospitality (volunteers).
Sos amitié : distress listening on multimedia platform : phone, email, chat (volunteers).
La Croix Rouge Ecoute : 0 800 858 858 : psychological support online, anonymous and free (volunteers).

Germany
112 is the national emergency number in Germany.
Telefonseelsorge (http://www.telefonseelsorge.de/) (24/7, no cost): 0800 111 0 111 (Protestant), 0800 111 0 222 (Catholic), 0800 111 0 333 (for children and youth)

Ghana
999 is the national emergency number in Ghana.
National Lifeline: 2332 444 71279

Greece
1018 (http://suicide-help.gr) is the national emergency number in Greece, 166 is the number for ambulances, 199 for the fire department, 100 is for police.
Greenland
134 is the national crisis number for Greenland

Guyana
999 is the national emergency number in Guyana.
Inter-agency Suicide Prevention Help Line (http://guyanapoliceforce.gy/police/policing-menu/community-outreach-programs/launching-of-inter-agency-suicide-prevention-help-line) was launched by the Guyana Police Force in 2015 to help those struggling with depression. They can be reached 24 hours a day by calling 223-0001, 223-0009, or 223-0818, as well as 600-7896 or 623-4444 by cellphone.

Hong Kong
999 is the national emergency number in Hong Kong.
The Samaritans Hong Kong (https://samaritans.org.hk) is available 24/7 by calling 2896 0000.
The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong is available 24/7 at 23892222.

Hungary
112 is the national emergency number for Hungary. 104 is the national number for ambulances and 107 is for police
Blue line (http://www.sos116-123.hu/index.php/segelykeres) - 116-123 is a nationwide 24-hour hotline - [email protected] is an email address to use. Helpline providing emotional support for those who are stressed, distressed, depressed, or suicidal.
Help line: (http://www.kek-vonal.hu/index.php/hu/lelkisegely-vonal) - 116-111 is a helpline providing emotional support for those who are stressed, distressed, depressed, or suicidal.

Iceland
112 is the emergency number
1717 Hjálparsími Rauða Krossins (Suicide help line)[citation needed]

India
112 is the national emergency number for India.
Samaritans Mumbai: (samaritansmumbai.com) - +91 8422984528, +91 8422984529, +91 8422984530 - 3 pm to 9 pm, all days. [email protected]. Helpline providing emotional support for those who are stressed, distressed, depressed, or suicidal.
AASRA (http://www.aasra.info/): 91-22-27546669 is a 24-hours a day, 7 days a week nationwide voluntary, professional and confidential services.
Sneha India (http://www.snehaindia.org) is available 24/7 on the phone by calling 91 44 24640050.
Befrienders India (http://befriendersindia.net/helpline-details.php) contains contact numbers of local crisis helplines in 15+ cities in India.

Indonesia
112 is the national emergency number for Indonesia.
Kementerian Kesehatan: 150-0454

Iran
110 and 115 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Iran.
Iran Organization of Well Being (http://moshaver.behzisti.ipage.aspx?id=1480) has provided the free and governmental hotline, 1480, by which the specialists give different types of consultations for a variety of problems such as marriage, family, youths and children, suicide, etc. to those in need. this hotline is open from 6 am till 9 pm everyday and its services are reached from all provinces of Iran.

Ireland
112 and 999 are the national emergency numbers in Ireland.
Samaritans (http://www.samaritans.org/) is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in distress or at risk of suicide throughout Ireland.
Freephone 116 123 for Samaritans anywhere in Ireland or Northern Ireland.

Israel
100 and 101 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Israel.
Eran.org.il Suicide line (https://web.archive.org/web/20110909164614/http://eran.org.il/) operates 24/7 including holidays and can be reached from all regions of Israel by calling 1201 or 972-9 8891333 from abroad. SMS service is given as well during Sunday - Friday between 14:00-18:00 at 076-88444-00.

Italy
112 is the national emergency number for Italy.
Servizio per la Prevenzione del Suicidio (SPS) (http://www.prevenireilsuicidio.it/) ) is a suicide prevention helpline whose mission is to give psychological and emotional support to anyone in suicidal crisis or to anyone who lost a dear one for suicide, through a confidential listening from an equipe of doctors, psychologists and volunteers . The helpline is operating from 9.30 am till 4.30 pm, from Monday to Friday, and it can be reached from all regions of Italy.
Samaritans - ONLUS (http://www.samaritansonlus.org) is available every day from 1pm to 10pm by calling 800 86 00 22 or 06 77208977.
Telefono Amico (http://www.telefonoamico.it) provides services everyday from 10am to 12am by calling 199284284.

Japan
110 and 119 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Japan.
TELL (http://telljp.com/lifeline/) provides a free, confidential English-language Lifeline service, plus clinical mental health services, for the international community in Japan.[19]
Befrienders Worldwide Osaka Suicide Prevent Center (http://www.spc-osaka.org)

Jordan
911 is the national emergency number in Jordan.[20]
110 for Families & Children (https://www.jordanriver.jo/en/programs/protecting-children/110-families-children) The Helpline offers services in psychological support and consultation, as well as referrals. The initiative aims to alleviate the effect of risk factors children in vulnerable families are exposed to, including families facing challenges impairing their parenting, as well as abuse cases.[21]

Korea
112 and 119 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in South Korea.
Suicide.org (suicide.org) has a list of South Korean suicide hotlines.

Latvia
113 is the national emergency number in Latvia.
Skalbes.lv (http://www.skalbes.lv/) You can call them on +371 67222922 or +371 27722292 the lines are working 24h on all week days.

Lebanon
Suicide Hotline Lebanon (Embrace) : 1564
Embrace LifeLine (http://www.embracelifeline.org/) You can call them on 1564 the lines are working from 12 P.M until 2 A.M on all week days.

Liberia
911 is the national emergency number in Liberia
Lifeline Liberia: 6534308

Lithuania
Vilties Linija: Free and anonymous prevention of suicide and psychological crises for adults by phone. Phone 116 123, 24/7
Vaikų liniją (Childline): Free and anonymous help to the children and teenagers by phone and online. Phone 116 111 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM or chat online here (Mon-Fri, 6PM-9PM)
Jaunimo linija (Youth Line): Free, confidential and anonymous emotional support line for those struggling with daily issues, emotional distress or at risk of suicide. Help is being provided by Phone 8 800 28888 (24/7), email or chat online here (Mon-Sat, 6 PM - 10 PM)

Luxembourg
112 is the national emergency number in Luxembourg.
454545.lu (https://454545.lu/) +352 45 45 45 the lines are working 11h-23h on all week days and 11h-3h on Friday and Saturday.

Malaysia
999 is the national emergency number in Malaysia.
Befrienders (http://www.befrienders.org.my) offers a 24/7, confidential hotline.
Befrienders hotline can be reached at 03-79568144 or 03-79568145.

Malta
112 is the national emergency number in Malta
Appogg Supportline 179

Mauritius
112 and 114 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Mauritius.
Befrienders Mauritius (http://www.befrienders.org/directory?country=MU) offer a limited-hour crisis helpline for English and French speakers.
Befrienders Maritius hotline can be reached at 800 93 93 +230 800 93 93 (available from 09:00 to 21:00 daily).

Mexico
911 is the national emergency number in Mexico.
SAPTEL (http://www.saptel.org.mx/index.html) is an independent care provider subsidized by the Mexican red cross. It can be reached at (55) 5259-8121. SAPTEL has been active since 2000. It is totally free and they are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Provides crisis dialogue or treatment for anything related to mental health crisis.

Morocco
Sourire de Reda (Befrienders Casablanca) website: https://www.sourire2reda.org
Their hotlines: +212 (5) 22 87 47 40 Landline, (from 09:00 to 17:00, Mon. - Fri.) +212 (6) 62 58 95 70 Mobile, (from 09:00 to 17:00, Mon. - Fri.) Languages spoken: French, Arabic

Netherlands
112 is the national emergency number in the Netherlands.
Stichting 113Online (https://www.113.nl/) provides a 24/7 national suicide prevention phone line and webchat.
113Online hotline can be reached at 0900 0113.
113Online Webchat can be found at https://www.113.nl/ik-denk-aan-zelfmoord/crisislijn.

New Zealand
111 is the national emergency number in New Zealand.
1737, need to talk? (http://www.1737.org.nz) is the national mental health and addictions helpline. Free call or text 1737 any time for support from a trained counsellor.
Lifeline Aotearoa (http://www.lifeline.org.nz) is a New Zealand organisation providing free 24-hour counseling and phone help lines. It provides support, information and resources to people at risk of suicide, family and friends affected by suicide and people supporting someone with suicidal thoughts and/or suicidal behaviours. Call 09 5222 999 if you live within Auckland or 0800 543 354 for those outside of Auckland.
Youthline (https://www.youthline.co.nz) Call 0800 376 633 or text 234.
The Lowdown (https://thelowdown.co.nz) provides assistance in dealing with issues such as relationships, anxiety, and depression and are available by e-mail or texting 5626.

Norway
112 and 113 is the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Norway
Mental Helse Mental Helse (Mental Health). Can be reached at 116 123 and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Mental Helse does also provide an online mail service at http://sidetmedord.no where users can write messages anonymously and get answers within 48-hours. A chat-service is also provided. It is open Mondays from 19.00 - 22.00 and Wednesdays: from 19.00 - 22.00. The chat-services may not always be open in July and on public celebration days or Sundays.
Kirkens SOS Kirkens SOS(The Church SOS). Can be reached at 22 40 00 40 and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The line is free to call and confidential. Kirkens SOS does also provide an anonymous message service(which replies within 24-hours) 27 hours a day, 7 days a week and a chat open 7 days a week at 18.30 - 22.30.

The Philippines
911 is the national emergency number in the Philippines.
The Natasha Goulbourn Foundation (http://www.ngf-hope.org/contact-us/) provides 24/7 assistance to those who call (02) 804-HOPE (4673) or 0917 558 HOPE (4673)
Manila Lifeline Centre: (02) 8969191
National Center for Mental Health Crisis Hotline: 0917-899 8727 or (02) 989-8727 (open 24/7)

Poland
112 is the national emergency number in Poland.
Olsztynski Telefon Zaufania 'Anonimowy Przyjaciel (http://telefonzaufania.org/) provides 24/7 assistance as it's the only unit of this type in Poland. They can be reached by calling 89 19288 or 89 527 00 00.

Portugal
112 is the national emergency number in Portugal.
Voz de Apoio (http://www.vozdeapoio.pt) is anonymous and confidential. You can speak to them by calling 225 50 60 70 or through Skype, face-to-face, or writing.
Sos Voz Amiga (http://www.sosvozamiga.org) is available daily from 4pm to 12am by calling 213 544 545, 912 802 669, or 963 524 660. Free Green Line callers can call 800 209 899 from 9pm to 12am.
Sos Estudante (http://sosestudante.pt) provides anonymous, confidential support every day from 8pm to 1am by calling 915 246 060, 969 554 545, 239 484 020 as well as through Skype.

Romania
112 is the national emergency number in Romania.
Alianţa Română de Prevenţie a Suicidului (http://www.antisuicid.com/) is a Romanian support helpline whose mission is to give psychological and emotional support to those that find themselves in depression, those who are in a psychological crisis and those who are suicidal. Help is offered by psychologists and volunteers from Psychology Universities.
TelVerde antidepresie: 0800 0800 20. A toll-free anti-depression hotline which is available 24/7.

Russia
112 is the national emergency number in Russia.
051 (or 8495051) is a 24-hour emergency number for Moscow residents
Samaritans (Cherepovets): 007 (8202) 577-577

Serbia
192 is the national police emergency number for Serbia
193 is the national emergency medical services number for Serbia
SRCE Novi Sad (http://www.centarsrce.org/): (+381) 21-6623-393

Singapore
999 and 995 are the national emergency numbers for the police and ambulances in Singapore.
The Samaritans of Singapore (https://sos.org.sg/) is the only 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline in Singapore, for anyone having difficulty coping during a crisis, who are thinking of suicide or affected by suicide."[22]
The Institute of Mental Health (Singapore) also has a 24-hour Mental Health Helpline (https://www.imh.com.sg/contact-us/) if you are facing a mental health crisis or emergency."[23][24]
The Singapore Association of Mental Health (http://www.samhealth.org.sg/) is a voluntary welfare organisation that provides a toll-free counselling helpline for those with emotional crisis or mental health conditions."[22] 3

Slovakia
112 is the national emergency number in Slovakia
051 / 7731 000 - Linka dôvery (Prešov) (Mo: 7.00 - 15.30, Tue - Thu: 7.00 - 15.00, Fri: 7.00 - 14.30)
IPčko.sk (www.ipcko.sk) - Suicide prevention and psychological help (mainly for youth), providing online chat counseling service from 7am to midnight. IPčko also provides email counseling 24/7 on [email protected].

Slovenia
112 is the national emergency number in Slovenia.
Zaupni telefon Samarijan in Sopotnik (http://www.telefon-samarijan.si/) is available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The purpose of the organisation is to be available for a conversation to anyone suffering from distress. The confidential phone call hotline is carried out in accordance with the fundamental principles of the international organisation IFOTES. Qualified volunteers can be reached on the toll-free telephone number 116 123.
TOM – telefon za otroke in mladostnike (http://www.e-tom.si) is available 7-days a week from 13:00 - 20:00 and is primarily meant for children and adolescents in distress. The telephone functions within the Association of Friends of Youth of Slovenia (ZPMS). It serves the purpose of providing emotional support for children and young people who face various questions, dilemmas or distress during the process of growing up. Advisers are available to callers needing to share their problems or are seeking advice and additional information on the toll-free telephone number 116 111.
Klic v duševni stiski (http://www.psih-klinika.si/koristne-informacije/klic-v-dusevni-stiski/) is available 7-days a week 19:00 - 7:00. Counsellors of the hotline are trained to work with people and especially trained to talk with people who are having suicidal thoughts. However, you can call for help regardless of the cause of your distress. They are available on the telephone number (01) 520-99-00.
Ženska svetovalnica – krizni center (http://www.drustvo-zenska-svetovalnica.si/o-nas) is available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. It is a voluntary women's organisation that works in the field of psycho-social assistance and the self-help of women who are victims of violence. They offer free counseling, information on public service competencies and assistance in organizing self-help groups to women in need. They are available on the telephone number +386 31 233 211.

South Africa
10111 and 10177 are the national emergency numbers for the police and ambulances in South Africa.
The Triangle project (https://triangle.org.za/about/) provides a helpline where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people can talk to a trained professional. The professional will ensure the callers privacy and can also refer the caller to other support networks. It can be reached at (021) 712 6699 daily from 13:00 to 21:00. The counselor will then call you back.
Suicide Crisis Line: Call 0800 567 567 or SMS 31393 [25]

Spain
112 is the national emergency number in Spain.
Teléfono de la Esperanza (http://www.telefonodelaesperanza.org) is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, allowing callers to discuss a range of challenges from trauma and suicide to relationship issues.They can be reached by calling 717 003 717.

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Sumithrayo - Bandarawela: 011 057 2222662

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
The Samaritans, St. Vincent: (784) 456 1044

Sudan
Befrienders Khartoum: (249) 11-555-253

Sweden
112 is the national emergency number in Sweden.
Självmordslinjen (Suicide prevention hotline) (https://mind.se/sjalvmordslinjen/) is a registered Non-profit organisation[26] that has worked with mental health since 1931.[26] The organisation provides a 24-hour email, chat and hotline service, all of which are toll-free.[27]
Hjälplinjen (The help line) (https://www.1177.se/Stockholm/Om-1177/Om-Hjalplinjen/) offers temporary psychological support over the phone (toll-free), 7 days a week 13:00 - 22:00. You can opt to be anonymous.[28] The service is run by Sweden's municipalities through Vårdguiden (the care guide).[29]
BRIS - Barnens rätt i samhället (Children's right in society) (https://www.bris.se/) is a children's right organisation. they offer toll-free and anonymous support for all children and young adults up to the age of 18 through phone and chat every day of the year 14:00 - 21:00. BRIS can be reached at 116 111 but also offers contact to curators through email and contact with other youth through their online forum.[30]

Switzerland
112 is the national emergency number in Switzerland.
Die dargebotene Hand (https://www.143.ch/): 143 (helpline for any kind of life crisis and mental health problems)

Taiwan
Kaohsiung Life Line: http://www.life1995.org.tw/

Thailand
Samaritans of Thailand: (02) 713-6793

Tonga
Lifeline: 23000

Trinidad and Tobago
Lifeline: (868) 645 2800

United Kingdom
999 and 112 is the national emergency number in the United Kingdom
111, Option 2, is the National Health Services' First Response Service for mental health crises and support. This is not available in all areas of the country yet.
Samaritans (http://www.samaritans.org/) is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in distress or at risk of suicide throughout the United Kingdom.[31] They provide a 24/7, toll-free crisis line, as well as local branches.
Samaritans Helpline can be reached at 116 123.
Samaritans' previous hotline number, 08457 90 90 90, is no longer in use. Calling this line may result in charges for call forwarding.
Campaign Against Living Miserably (https://www.thecalmzone.net/) is a registered charity[32] based in England. It was launched in March 2006 as a campaign aimed at bringing the suicide rate down among men aged 15–35.[33] It has a limited-hour phone and webchat options.
CALM (Nationwide) can be reached at 0800 58 58 58 (available every day from 5PM to midnight).
CALM (London) can be reached at 0808 802 58 58 (available every day from 5PM to midnight).
CALM webchat can be found at https://www.thecalmzone.net/help/get-help/ (available every day from 5PM to midnight).
Shout (https://www.giveusashout.org/) is the UK's first free 24/7 text service for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere. It is a place to go for those struggling to cope and in need of immediate help. Shout exists in the US as 'Crisis Text Line', but this is the first time the tried and tested technology has come to the UK.
Text HELP to 85258

United States
911 is the national emergency number in the United States.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (http://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/) is a 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.[34][35] It provides Spanish-speaking counselors, as well as options for deaf and hard of hearing individuals. It is only available in the United States.[36] A 24-hour an Online Chat in partnership with Contact USA[37] is also available.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can be reached at 1-800-273-8255, and in 2019, the use of 988 was approved.[38][39].
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (ESP) can be reached at 1-888-628-9454
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Deaf & Hard of Hearing Options) can be reached at 1-800-799-4889
The Veterans Crisis Line (https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/) is a 24-hour, toll-free hotline that provides phone, webchat, and text options available to military veterans and their families. It provides options for deaf and hard of hearing individuals.
The Veterans Crisis Line can be reached at 1-800-273-8255, Press 1.
IMAlive Crisis Chatine (www.imalive.org) is a non-profit, worldwide 24/7, anonymous chatline to help anyone in crisis via instant messaging.
The Crisis Text Line (crisistextline.org) is the only 24/7, nationwide crisis-intervention text-message hotline.[40]
The Crisis Text Line can be reached by texting HOME to 741-741.
Samaritans USA (http://www.samaritansusa.org/) is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in distress or at risk of suicide throughout the United States.[9]
The Trevor Project (http://www.thetrevorproject.org/) is a nationwide organization that provides a 24-hour phone hotline, as well as limited-hour webchat and text options, for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.[41]
The TrevorLifeline can be reached at 1-866-488-7386.
TrevorChat can be found at https://www.thetrevorproject.org/get-help-now/ (available 7 days a week from 3PM to 10PM ET).
TrevorText can be reached by texting TREVOR to 1-202-304-1200 (available M-F from 3PM to 10PM ET).
The Trans Lifeline (https://www.translifeline.org/) is a nonprofit organization that is created by and for the transgender community, providing crisis intervention hotlines, staffed by transgender individuals, available in the United States and Canada.
The Trans Lifeline can be reached at 1-877-330-6366.
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2020.01.01 18:10 Dave37 Signs of Collapse 2019 - Summary of the year

Hi /FridaysForFuture! I have been working on an ongoing project for four years now nick-named “[Signs of collapse]”. We can all see how the natural world that we’re depending on is degrading at an increasing pace while the warnings of the scientific community are ignored. I think in order to reach a world that is truly sustainable and free from fossil fuels, it's imperative that everyone fully understand where we are now and which path we are on. To progress, we have to identify the problems and accept them for what they are if we wish to have any chance addressing them.
I try my best to not make this series into a rant about every little problem or mishap that’s going on. Even in a sustainable society accidents would happen and natural catastrophes would occur, seasons would vary in intensity from year to year and so on. So what I present here is my best attempt at distilling out anthropogenic anomalies.
I define a “sign of collapse” as a negative market externality that the current socioeconomic system for whatever reason hasn’t dealt with and is now ending up hurting people or the ecosystem. I try to pick studies and news that shows the occurring consequences of the current system’s failure to deal with externalities.
Urgent action is needed now and there's close to no upper limit to how radically environmentalist one can reasonably become at the present time. I hope this collection of catastrophes can serve as sharp ammunition in whatever project or strike you participate in.
Feel free to share any of the material or repost this on other suitable subreddits. If you would like to get involved in this project, don’t hesitate to chat me up.
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Signs of Collapse 2019 Summary of the year

Human well-being & non-specific climate change
Economy, Politics & Industry
Biodiversity
Pests, viruses and bacterial infections
Coral reefs
Ice and water
Hurricanes, storms and winds
Heat waves, forest fires and tree loss
Pollution
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2020.01.01 18:08 Dave37 Signs of Collapse 2019 - Summary of the Year

Hi /ZeroWaste! I have been working on an ongoing project for four years now nick-named “[Signs of collapse]”. Even if we strive for and dream of a sustainable world with zero waste, a lot of things are becoming worse. And I think in order to reach a circular economy with zero waste, working in harmony with nature, it's imperative that we fully understand where we are now and which path we are on. To progress, we have to identify the problems and accept them for what they are if we wish to have any chance addressing them.
I try my best to not make this series into a rant about every little problem or mishap that’s going on. Even in a sustainable society accidents would happen and natural catastrophes would occur, seasons would vary in intensity from year to year and so on. So what I present here is my best attempt at distilling out anthropogenic anomalies.
I define a “sign of collapse” as a negative market externality that the current socioeconomic system for whatever reason hasn’t dealt with and is now ending up hurting people or the ecosystem. I try to pick studies and news that shows the occurring consequences of the current system’s failure to deal with externalities.
I’m also trying to make the argument, and feel free to disagree with me and have a discussion, that urgent action is needed now and there's close to no upper limit to how radically environmentalist one can reasonably become at the present time. If you want to do something, you better hurry before it’s too late.
Feel free to share any of the material or repost this on other suitable subreddits. If you would like to get involved in this project, don’t hesitate to chat me up.
Previous posts:

Signs of Collapse 2019 Summary of the year

Human well-being & non-specific climate change
Economy, Politics & Industry
Biodiversity
Pests, viruses and bacterial infections
Coral reefs
Ice and water
Hurricanes, storms and winds
Heat waves, forest fires and tree loss
Pollution
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2020.01.01 18:03 Dave37 Signs of Collapse 2019 - Summary of the year

Hi /LateStageCapitalism, I have for four years collected studies and news articles that points to “[Signs of collapse]” of our current global market economy/society. Before I go on, let me first describe what I mean and how I use the term "sign of collapse". Because it's virtually impossible to point to definitive proof that our society is collapsing under the pressure of the market economy and since any one single event can't be justified proof, I've taken to collect a lot of indicators that we're in fact in the later stages of capitalism.
A "sign of collapse" is therefore a negative market externality that the current socioeconomic system for whatever reason hasn’t dealt with and is now ending up hurting people or the ecosystem. The idea is that when the amount, frequency and magnitude of these increases, they will start to destabilize the system.
I try my best to not make this series into a rant about every little problem or mishap that’s going on. Even in a sustainable society accidents would happen and natural catastrophes would occur, seasons would vary in intensity from year to year and so on. I try to pick studies and news that shows the occurring consequences of the current system’s failure to deal with externalities. I'm trying to avoid prognoses and instead only talk about what's happens right now, as it's easy to discard things that might not even occur.
I’m also trying to make the argument, and feel free to disagree with me and have a discussion, that “the collapse” that some people are waiting for that will apparently “wake up” people is occurring right now, and if you want to do something, you better hurry before it’s too late. And despite which path we’re on, we have to identify the problems and accept them for what they are if we wish to have any chance addressing them.
Feel free to share any of the material or repost this on other suitable subreddits. If you would like to get involved in this project, don’t hesitate to chat me up.
Previous posts:

Signs of Collapse 2019 Summary of the year

Human well-being & non-specific climate change
Economy, Politics & Industry
Biodiversity
Pests, viruses and bacterial infections
Coral reefs
Ice and water
Hurricanes, storms and winds
Heat waves, forest fires and tree loss
Pollution
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2020.01.01 18:00 Dave37 Signs of Collapse - Summary of the year

Hi /Sustainability! I have been working on an ongoing project for four years now nick-named “[Signs of collapse]”. Even if we strive for and dream of a sustainable world, a lot of things are becoming worse. And I think in order to reach a world that is truly sustainable, it's imperative that we fully understand where we are now and which path we are on. To progress, we have to identify the problems and accept them for what they are if we wish to have any chance addressing them.
I try my best to not make this series into a rant about every little problem or mishap that’s going on. Even in a sustainable society accidents would happen and natural catastrophes would occur, seasons would vary in intensity from year to year and so on. So what I present here is my best attempt at distilling out anthropogenic anomalies.
I define a “sign of collapse” as a negative market externality that the current socioeconomic system for whatever reason hasn’t dealt with and is now ending up hurting people or the ecosystem. I try to pick studies and news that shows the occurring consequences of the current system’s failure to deal with externalities.
I’m also trying to make the argument, and feel free to disagree with me and have a discussion, that urgent action is needed now and there's close to no upper limit to how radically environmentalist one can reasonably become at the present time. If you want to do something, you better hurry before it’s too late.
Feel free to share any of the material or repost this on other suitable subreddits. If you would like to get involved in this project, don’t hesitate to chat me up.
Previous posts:

Signs of Collapse 2019 Summary of the year

Human well-being & non-specific climate change
Economy, Politics & Industry
Biodiversity
Pests, viruses and bacterial infections
Coral reefs
Ice and water
Hurricanes, storms and winds
Heat waves, forest fires and tree loss
Pollution
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2020.01.01 17:59 Dave37 Signs of Collapse 2019 - Summary of the year

Hi /TZM! I have been working on an ongoing project for four years now nick-named “[Signs of collapse]”. I’m confident the world is getting worse, but despite which path we’re on, we have to identify the problems and accept them for what they are if we wish to have any chance addressing them.
I try my best to not make this series into a rant about every little problem or mishap that’s going on. Even in a sustainable society accidents would happen and natural catastrophes would occur, seasons would vary in intensity from year to year and so on. So what I present here is my best attempt at distilling out anthropogenic anomalies.
I define a “sign of collapse” as a negative market externality that the current socioeconomic system for whatever reason hasn’t dealt with and is now ending up hurting people or the ecosystem. I try to pick studies and news that shows the occurring consequences of the current system’s failure to deal with externalities.
I’m also trying to make the argument, and feel free to disagree with me and have a discussion, that “the collapse” that some people are waiting for that will apparently “wake up” people is occurring right now, and if you want to do something, you better hurry before it’s too late.
Feel free to share any of the material or repost this on other suitable subreddits. If you would like to get involved in this project, don’t hesitate to chat me up.
Previous posts:

Signs of Collapse 2019 Summary of the year

Human well-being & non-specific climate change
Economy, Politics & Industry
Biodiversity
Pests, viruses and bacterial infections
Coral reefs
Ice and water
Hurricanes, storms and winds
Heat waves, forest fires and tree loss
Pollution
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History of the Jewish Church, vol. I — Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D.D.
[Preface] [Introduction] I : The Call of Abraham [i.] [ii.] II : Abraham and Isaac [i.] [ii.] III : Jacob [i.] [ii.] IV : Israel in Egypt [i.] [ii.] V : The Exodus [i.] [ii.] VI : The Wilderness [i.] VII : Sinai and the Law [i.] [ii.] VIII : Kadesh and Pisgah [i.] [ii.] IX : The Conquest of Palestine [i.] X : The Conquest of Western Palestine—The Fall of Jericho [i.] XI : The Conquest of Western Palestine—Battle of Beth-horon [i.] XII : The Battle of Merom and Settlement of the Tribes [i.] XII : The Battle of Merom and Settlement of the Tribes [ii.] XIII : Israel Under the Judges [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XIV : Deborah [i.] [ii.] XV : Gideon [i.] [ii.] XVI : Jephthah and Samson [i.] [ii.] XVII : The Fall of Shiloh [i.] XVIII : Samuel and the Prophetical Office [i.] [ii.] XIX : The History of the Prophetical Order [i.] [ii.] XX : On the Nature of the Prophetical Teachings [i.] [ii.] Appendix I : The Traditional Localities of Abraham's Migration [i] Appendix II : The Cave at Machpelah [i.] [ii.] Appendix III : The Samaritan Passover [i.]
History of the Jewish Church, vol. II
[Preface] XXI : The House of Saul [i.] [ii.] XXII : The Youth of David [i.] [ii.] XXIII : The Reign of David [i.] [ii.] XXIV : The Fall of David [i.] [ii.] XXV : The Psalter of David [i.] [ii.] XXVI : The Empire of Solomon [i.] [ii.] XXVII : The Temple of Solomon [i.] [ii.] XXVIII : The Wisdom of Solomon [i.] [ii.] XXIX : The House of Jeroboam—Ahijah and Iddo [i.] [ii.] XXX : The House of Omri—Elijah [i.] [ii.] XXXI : The House of Omri—Elisha [i.] XXXII : The House of Omri—Jehu [i.] XXXIII : The House of Jehu—The Syrian Wars, and the Prophet Jonah [i.] XXXIV : The Fall of Samaria [i.] XXXV : The First Kings of Judah [i.] [ii.] XXXVI : The Jewish Priesthood [i.] [ii.] XXXVII : The Age of Uzziah [i.] [ii.] XXXVIII : Hezekiah [i.] [ii.] XXXIX : Manasseh and Josiah [i.] [ii.] XL : Jeremiah and the Fall of Jerusalem [i.] [ii.] [iii.] [iv.] [Notes, Volume II]
History of the Jewish Church, vol. III
[Preface] XLI : The Babylonian Captivity [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLII : The Fall of Babylon [i.] [ii.] XLIII : Persian Dominon—The Return [i.] [ii.] XLIV : Ezra and Nehemiah [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLV : Malachi [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLVI : Socrates [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLVII : Alexandria [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLVIII : Judas Maccabæus [i.] [ii.] [iii.] [iv.] XLIX : The Asmonean Dynasty [i.] [ii.] [iii.] L : Herod [i.] [ii.] [iii.] [iv.] [v.]
(i.) (ii.) (iii.)
Make America make sense again, lest I cease to exist. Even in the absence of functional institutions of journalism and government, a responsive Executive Branch could bring the 9/11 terror system to heel. Please consider writing in a vote for MARLEY ENGVALL, for President of the United States of America.
https://www.paypal.com/pools/c/8lVTi6EIcF
Though we expect no funding to reach us, every bit will help to expose the massive digital fraud that is afoot. In the absence of funding, word of mouth will be essential. Mass communication is heavily censored.
Soon, there will be a full accounting. No amount is too small. Eternal thanks.
(i.) (ii.) (iii.)
Professor Pileni's Resignation as Editor-in-Chief of the Open Chemical Physics Journal: an open letter from Dr. Niels Harrit
After the paper entitled "Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe," which I along with eight colleagues co-authored, was published in the Open Chemical Physics Journal, its editor-in-chief, Professor Marie-Paule Pileni, abruptly resigned. It has been suggested that this resignation casts doubt on the scientific soundness of our paper.
However, Professor Pileni did the only thing she could do, if she wanted to save her career. After resigning, she did not criticize our paper. Rather, she said that she could not read and evaluate it, because, she claimed, it lies outside the areas of her expertise.
But that is not true, as shown by information contained on her own website. Her List of Publications reveals that Professor Pileni has published hundreds of articles in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. She is, in fact, recognized as one of the leaders in the field. Her statement about her "major advanced research" points out that, already by 2003, she was "the 25th highest cited scientist on nanotechnology".
Since the late 1980s, moreover, she has served as a consultant for the French Army and other military institutions. From 1990 to 1994, for example, she served as a consultant for the Société Nationale des Poudres et Explosifs (National Society for Powders and Explosives).
She could, therefore, have easily read our paper, and she surely did. But by denying that she had read it, she avoided the question that would have inevitably been put to her: "What do you think of it?"
Faced with that question, she would have had two options. She could have criticized it, but that would have been difficult without inventing some artificial criticism, which she as a good scientist with an excellent reputation surely would not have wanted to do. The only other option would have been to acknowledge the soundness of our work and its conclusions. But this would have threatened her career.
Professor Pileni's resignation from the journal provides an insight into the conditions for free speech at our universities and other academic institutions in the aftermath of 9/11. This situation is a mirror of western society as a whole---even though our academic institutions should be havens in which research is evaluated by its intrinsic excellence, not its political correctness.
In Professor Pileni's country, France, the drive to curb the civil rights of professors at the universities is especially strong, and the fight is fierce.
I will conclude with two points. First, the cause of 9/11 truth is not one that she has taken up, and the course of action she chose was what she had to do to save her career. I harbor no ill feelings toward Professor Pileni for the choice she made.
Second, her resignation from the journal because of the publication of our paper implied nothing negative about the paper.
Indeed, the very fact that she offered no criticisms of it provided, implicitly, a positive evaluation--- an acknowledgment that its methodology and conclusions could not credibly be challenged.
(Reprinted from 911blogger.com)
South Tower Molten Metal & Collapse
May 2011 BBC Interview with Dr. Niels Harrit
Hypothesis -- Steven E. Jones
NIST engineer John Gross denies WTC molten steel
9/11 Mysteries: Demolitions [molten metal]
WTC7 in Freefall: No Longer Controversial
(i.) (ii.) (iii.)
Introduction The Gift of the Magi — O. Henry (i.) A Reward of Merit — Booth Tarkington (i.) (ii.) "American, Sir!" — Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews (i.) John G. — Katherine Mayo (i.) Friends — Myra Kelly (i.) A Camping Trip — Hamlin Garland (i.) A Thread Without a Knot — Dorothy Canfield Fisher (i.) (ii.) Chu Chu — Francis Bret Harte (i.) (ii) Feathertop: A Moralized Legend — Nathaniel Hawthorne (i.) (ii.) The Red-Headed League — Arthur Conan Doyle (i.) (ii.) The Inconsiderate Waiter — James Matthew Barrie (i.) (ii.) The Siege of Berlin — Alphonse Daudet (i.) The Silver Mine — Selma Lagerlöf (i.)
(i.) (ii.) (iii.) (iv.)
Introduction. Foreword. I. I Begin a Pilgrimage. (i.) II. En Route. (i.) III. A Pilgrim's Progress. (i.) (ii.) IV. Le Nouveau. (i.) (ii.) (iii.) V. A Group of Portraits. (i.) (ii.) VI. Apollyon. (i.) (ii.) VII. An Approach to the Delectable Mountains. (i.) (ii.) (iii.) VIII. The Wanderer. (i.) IX. Zoo-Loo. (i.) (ii.) X. Surplice. (i.) XI. Jean le Negre. (i.) (ii.) XII. Three Wise Men (i.) XIII. I Say Good-Bye to la Misère (i.)
(i.) (ii.) (iii.) (iv.)
I. His General Line of Business. II. The Shipwreck. III. Wapping Workhouse. IV. Two Views of a Cheap Theatre. V. Poor Mercantile Jack. VI. Refreshments for Travellers. VII. Travelling Abroad. VIII. The Great Tasmania's Cargo IX. City of London Churches. X. Shy Neighbourhoods. XI. Tramps. XII. Dullborough Town. XIII. Night Walks. XIV. Chambers. XV. Nurse's Stories. XVI. Arcadian London. XVII. The Calais Night-mail. XVIII. Some Recollections of Mortality. XIX. Birthday Celebrations. XX. Bound for the Great Salt Lake. XXI. The City of the Absent. XXII. An Old Stage-Coaching Horse. XXIII. The Boiled Beef of New England. XXIV. Chatham Dock-Yard. XXV. In the French-Flemish Country. XXVI. Medicine-Men of Civilization. XXVII. Titbull's Almshouses. XXVIII. The Italian Prisoner.
(i.) (ii.) (iii.) (iv.)
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I. The Origin of Man II. The Eastern Lines III. Ancient North America IV. Stone Tablets from the Valley of Mexico (i.) (ii.) V. South America (i.) (ii.) VI. Atlantis VII. Western Europe VIII. The Greeks IX. Egypt X. The Western Lines XI. India (i.) (ii.) XII. Southern India XIII. The Great Uighur Empire XIV. Babylonia XV. Miscellaneous XVI. Intimate Hours with the Rishi
I. The Dawn. II. A Dean, and a Chapter also. III. The Nuns' House. IV. Mr. Sapsea. V. Mr. Durdles and Friend. VI. Philanthropy in Minor Canon Corner. VII. More Confidences Than One. VIII. Daggers Drawn. IX. Birds in the Bush. X. Smoothing the Way. XI. A Picture and a Ring. XII. A Night with Durdles. XIII. Both at their Best. XIV. When shall these Three meet again? XV. Impeached. XVI. Devoted. XVII. Philanthropy, Professional and Unprofessional. XVIII. A Settler in Cloisterham. XIX. Shadow on the Sundial. XX. A Flight. XXI. A Recognition. XXII. (i.) (ii.) A Gritty State of Things comes on. XXVIII. (i.) (ii.) The Dawn Again.
Preface. Les Trois Ours. Les Quatres Saisons. La Rose Mousseuse. Les Trois Souhaits. Le Chat et le Renard. Blanche-Neige. Les Trois Citrons. La Ville Submergée. Le Poisson d'Or. La Cabane au Toit de Fromage. Le Vrai Heritier. Yvon et Finette. Le Renard et le Loup. La Mauvaise Femme. Baba-Iaga. Le Nez. L'Hospitalité du Pacha. Les Deux Frères. Le Berger et le Dragon. Les Deux Aumones. L'Amore d'Une Mère. Le Cheveu Merveilleux. Un Conte de ma Mère l'Oie. Godefroi, le Petit Ermite. Le Grain de Moutarde. Vocabulary. (a - l) Vocabulary. (m - z)
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History of the Jewish Church, vol. I — Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D.D.
[Preface] [Introduction] I : The Call of Abraham [i.] [ii.] II : Abraham and Isaac [i.] [ii.] III : Jacob [i.] [ii.] IV : Israel in Egypt [i.] [ii.] V : The Exodus [i.] [ii.] VI : The Wilderness [i.] VII : Sinai and the Law [i.] [ii.] VIII : Kadesh and Pisgah [i.] [ii.] IX : The Conquest of Palestine [i.] X : The Conquest of Western Palestine—The Fall of Jericho [i.] XI : The Conquest of Western Palestine—Battle of Beth-horon [i.] XII : The Battle of Merom and Settlement of the Tribes [i.] XII : The Battle of Merom and Settlement of the Tribes [ii.] XIII : Israel Under the Judges [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XIV : Deborah [i.] [ii.] XV : Gideon [i.] [ii.] XVI : Jephthah and Samson [i.] [ii.] XVII : The Fall of Shiloh [i.] XVIII : Samuel and the Prophetical Office [i.] [ii.] XIX : The History of the Prophetical Order [i.] [ii.] XX : On the Nature of the Prophetical Teachings [i.] [ii.] Appendix I : The Traditional Localities of Abraham's Migration [i] Appendix II : The Cave at Machpelah [i.] [ii.] Appendix III : The Samaritan Passover [i.]
History of the Jewish Church, vol. II
[Preface] XXI : The House of Saul [i.] [ii.] XXII : The Youth of David [i.] [ii.] XXIII : The Reign of David [i.] [ii.] XXIV : The Fall of David [i.] [ii.] XXV : The Psalter of David [i.] [ii.] XXVI : The Empire of Solomon [i.] [ii.] XXVII : The Temple of Solomon [i.] [ii.] XXVIII : The Wisdom of Solomon [i.] [ii.] XXIX : The House of Jeroboam—Ahijah and Iddo [i.] [ii.] XXX : The House of Omri—Elijah [i.] [ii.] XXXI : The House of Omri—Elisha [i.] XXXII : The House of Omri—Jehu [i.] XXXIII : The House of Jehu—The Syrian Wars, and the Prophet Jonah [i.] XXXIV : The Fall of Samaria [i.] XXXV : The First Kings of Judah [i.] [ii.] XXXVI : The Jewish Priesthood [i.] [ii.] XXXVII : The Age of Uzziah [i.] [ii.] XXXVIII : Hezekiah [i.] [ii.] XXXIX : Manasseh and Josiah [i.] [ii.] XL : Jeremiah and the Fall of Jerusalem [i.] [ii.] [iii.] [iv.] [Notes, Volume II]
History of the Jewish Church, vol. III
[Preface] XLI : The Babylonian Captivity [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLII : The Fall of Babylon [i.] [ii.] XLIII : Persian Dominon—The Return [i.] [ii.] XLIV : Ezra and Nehemiah [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLV : Malachi [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLVI : Socrates [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLVII : Alexandria [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLVIII : Judas Maccabæus [i.] [ii.] [iii.] [iv.] XLIX : The Asmonean Dynasty [i.] [ii.] [iii.] L : Herod [i.] [ii.] [iii.] [iv.] [v.]
(i.) (ii.) (iii.)
Make America make sense again, lest I cease to exist. Even in the absence of functional institutions of journalism and government, a responsive Executive Branch could bring the 9/11 terror system to heel. Please consider writing in a vote for MARLEY ENGVALL, for President of the United States of America.
https://www.paypal.com/pools/c/8lVTi6EIcF
Though we expect no funding to reach us, every bit will help to expose the massive digital fraud that is afoot. In the absence of funding, word of mouth will be essential. Mass communication is heavily censored.
Soon, there will be a full accounting. No amount is too small. Eternal thanks.
(i.) (ii.) (iii.)
Professor Pileni's Resignation as Editor-in-Chief of the Open Chemical Physics Journal: an open letter from Dr. Niels Harrit
After the paper entitled "Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe," which I along with eight colleagues co-authored, was published in the Open Chemical Physics Journal, its editor-in-chief, Professor Marie-Paule Pileni, abruptly resigned. It has been suggested that this resignation casts doubt on the scientific soundness of our paper.
However, Professor Pileni did the only thing she could do, if she wanted to save her career. After resigning, she did not criticize our paper. Rather, she said that she could not read and evaluate it, because, she claimed, it lies outside the areas of her expertise.
But that is not true, as shown by information contained on her own website. Her List of Publications reveals that Professor Pileni has published hundreds of articles in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. She is, in fact, recognized as one of the leaders in the field. Her statement about her "major advanced research" points out that, already by 2003, she was "the 25th highest cited scientist on nanotechnology".
Since the late 1980s, moreover, she has served as a consultant for the French Army and other military institutions. From 1990 to 1994, for example, she served as a consultant for the Société Nationale des Poudres et Explosifs (National Society for Powders and Explosives).
She could, therefore, have easily read our paper, and she surely did. But by denying that she had read it, she avoided the question that would have inevitably been put to her: "What do you think of it?"
Faced with that question, she would have had two options. She could have criticized it, but that would have been difficult without inventing some artificial criticism, which she as a good scientist with an excellent reputation surely would not have wanted to do. The only other option would have been to acknowledge the soundness of our work and its conclusions. But this would have threatened her career.
Professor Pileni's resignation from the journal provides an insight into the conditions for free speech at our universities and other academic institutions in the aftermath of 9/11. This situation is a mirror of western society as a whole---even though our academic institutions should be havens in which research is evaluated by its intrinsic excellence, not its political correctness.
In Professor Pileni's country, France, the drive to curb the civil rights of professors at the universities is especially strong, and the fight is fierce.
I will conclude with two points. First, the cause of 9/11 truth is not one that she has taken up, and the course of action she chose was what she had to do to save her career. I harbor no ill feelings toward Professor Pileni for the choice she made.
Second, her resignation from the journal because of the publication of our paper implied nothing negative about the paper.
Indeed, the very fact that she offered no criticisms of it provided, implicitly, a positive evaluation--- an acknowledgment that its methodology and conclusions could not credibly be challenged.
(Reprinted from 911blogger.com)
South Tower Molten Metal & Collapse
May 2011 BBC Interview with Dr. Niels Harrit
Hypothesis -- Steven E. Jones
NIST engineer John Gross denies WTC molten steel
9/11 Mysteries: Demolitions [molten metal]
WTC7 in Freefall: No Longer Controversial
(i.) (ii.) (iii.) (iv.)
Introduction The Gift of the Magi — O. Henry (i.) A Reward of Merit — Booth Tarkington (i.) (ii.) "American, Sir!" — Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews (i.) John G. — Katherine Mayo (i.) Friends — Myra Kelly (i.) A Camping Trip — Hamlin Garland (i.) A Thread Without a Knot — Dorothy Canfield Fisher (i.) (ii.) Chu Chu — Francis Bret Harte (i.) (ii) Feathertop: A Moralized Legend — Nathaniel Hawthorne (i.) (ii.) The Red-Headed League — Arthur Conan Doyle (i.) (ii.) The Inconsiderate Waiter — James Matthew Barrie (i.) (ii.) The Siege of Berlin — Alphonse Daudet (i.) The Silver Mine — Selma Lagerlöf (i.)
Introduction. Foreword. I. I Begin a Pilgrimage. (i.) II. En Route. (i.) III. A Pilgrim's Progress. (i.) (ii.) IV. Le Nouveau. (i.) (ii.) (iii.) V. A Group of Portraits. (i.) (ii.) VI. Apollyon. (i.) (ii.) VII. An Approach to the Delectable Mountains. (i.) (ii.) (iii.) VIII. The Wanderer. (i.) IX. Zoo-Loo. (i.) (ii.) X. Surplice. (i.) XI. Jean le Negre. (i.) (ii.) XII. Three Wise Men (i.) XIII. I Say Good-Bye to la Misère (i.)
I. His General Line of Business. II. The Shipwreck. III. Wapping Workhouse. IV. Two Views of a Cheap Theatre. V. Poor Mercantile Jack. VI. Refreshments for Travellers. VII. Travelling Abroad. VIII. The Great Tasmania's Cargo IX. City of London Churches. X. Shy Neighbourhoods. XI. Tramps. XII. Dullborough Town. XIII. Night Walks. XIV. Chambers. XV. Nurse's Stories. XVI. Arcadian London. XVII. The Calais Night-mail. XVIII. Some Recollections of Mortality. XIX. Birthday Celebrations. XX. Bound for the Great Salt Lake. XXI. The City of the Absent. XXII. An Old Stage-Coaching Horse. XXIII. The Boiled Beef of New England. XXIV. Chatham Dock-Yard. XXV. In the French-Flemish Country. XXVI. Medicine-Men of Civilization. XXVII. Titbull's Almshouses. XXVIII. The Italian Prisoner.
marley engvall 912 creamery road ashfield, massachusetts 01330
[email protected]
413-628-4548
https://twitter.com/marleyengvall https://facebook.com/marley.engvall
I. The Origin of Man II. The Eastern Lines III. Ancient North America IV. Stone Tablets from the Valley of Mexico (i.) (ii.) V. South America (i.) (ii.) VI. Atlantis VII. Western Europe VIII. The Greeks IX. Egypt X. The Western Lines XI. India (i.) (ii.) XII. Southern India XIII. The Great Uighur Empire XIV. Babylonia XV. Miscellaneous XVI. Intimate Hours with the Rishi
I. The Dawn. II. A Dean, and a Chapter also. III. The Nuns' House. IV. Mr. Sapsea. V. Mr. Durdles and Friend. VI. Philanthropy in Minor Canon Corner. VII. More Confidences Than One. VIII. Daggers Drawn. IX. Birds in the Bush. X. Smoothing the Way. XI. A Picture and a Ring. XII. A Night with Durdles. XIII. Both at their Best. XIV. When shall these Three meet again? XV. Impeached. XVI. Devoted. XVII. Philanthropy, Professional and Unprofessional. XVIII. A Settler in Cloisterham. XIX. Shadow on the Sundial. XX. A Flight. XXI. A Recognition. XXII. (i.) (ii.) A Gritty State of Things comes on. XXVIII. (i.) (ii.) The Dawn Again.
Preface. Les Trois Ours. Les Quatres Saisons. La Rose Mousseuse. Les Trois Souhaits. Le Chat et le Renard. Blanche-Neige. Les Trois Citrons. La Ville Submergée. Le Poisson d'Or. La Cabane au Toit de Fromage. Le Vrai Heritier. Yvon et Finette. Le Renard et le Loup. La Mauvaise Femme. Baba-Iaga. Le Nez. L'Hospitalité du Pacha. Les Deux Frères. Le Berger et le Dragon. Les Deux Aumones. L'Amore d'Une Mère. Le Cheveu Merveilleux. Un Conte de ma Mère l'Oie. Godefroi, le Petit Ermite. Le Grain de Moutarde. Vocabulary. (a - l) Vocabulary. (m - z)
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