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[-] EndOfLine 78 points 1 week ago

A survey of 18,000 Americans released in March pointed to flexible work schedules helping mental health.

It's almost like the work force actually values the quality of their lives more than ... umm, honestly I've never been able to figure out a positive side for companies pushing RTO. Report after report show remote work improves productivity, employee retention, is perceived as a significant perk to attract new talent, and reduces corporate overhead (that last one is just an assumption on my part).

Seriously, what is the attraction for RTO?

[-] EndOfLine 11 points 1 week ago

The phrase "diversity hire" implies that they were not hired for their abilities. It attacks the person looking for a job rather than one making the hiring decision. So yes, it is a slur.

The purpose of phrases like "diversity hire" is to dehumanize and marginalize without ever having to learn anything about the person you don't like and you won't bring about inclusion by embracing those tactics, but it is noticed and called out, but it is done as a conversation and against the individual doing the hiring, not against a group of people who were hired and did nothing wrong.

At least that has been my experience.

[-] EndOfLine 6 points 1 week ago

As I understand it, the warden as the authority to add such monitoring, but regulations only require supervision to the degree of preventing contraband from being passed between visitors and inmates. While I found no confirmation for this, I cannot imagine the warden of a minimum security facility wanting to spend a portion of their budget on this level of surveillance.

[-] EndOfLine 10 points 1 week ago

This sounds like it was a bad match for you and you are better off without them.

In my opinion, the criteria for a successful relationship is one that encourages growth. It should provides a safe space where differences, changes and mistakes are accepted without judgement. Above all, you feel loved and supported. From your limited description it does not sound like he provided any of that.

I think I’m just meant to be single.

You are 20. You are likely still discovering the type of person you are and developing the strength and tools to be that person in the face of adversity. I think that you should enjoy being single and focus on you, not some "us".

Love who you are, build a strong and healthy relationship with yourself, and realize that you deserve somebody who will honor and respect all of you not just the bits that are convenient for them.

[-] EndOfLine 19 points 1 week ago

Odd response. I am curious to know what reportable offense OP thinks I committed.

[-] EndOfLine 9 points 1 week ago

You seemed really confused why somebody would be upset about 8,000 dead children and also stated that you were "happy" about the updated numbers.

[-] EndOfLine 12 points 1 week ago

I dream most nights, though the dreams themselves very rarely make it into my long term memory and are forgotten within minutes of waking up.

[-] EndOfLine 16 points 1 week ago

You are "happy" about 8,000 dead children?

[-] EndOfLine 25 points 1 week ago

It's a minimum security Federal Prison Camp where inmates can escape by simply waking away. Even when convicted, these traitors don't do hard time.

I cannot find confirmation on this, but I suspect the reason for the visit is that in-person visits are less likely to be monitored and "safer" for discussing illegal or incriminating topics. Can't imagine any other reason for Donnie Jr to go there in person.

[-] EndOfLine 26 points 1 week ago

Today, under 5,000 women and 8,000 children are now officially listed by the UN as casualties.

Is that supposed to be the good news?

[-] EndOfLine 1 points 1 week ago

The Fair Representation Act has been re-introduced in Congress. This bold solution can stop gerrymandering and make Congress work for every American.

Click "show more" from the link to see more details.

[-] EndOfLine 15 points 2 weeks ago

Sadly, no. I think most people are apathetic about anything that does not immediately and directly impact themselves. Evil doesn't need much more than that to thrive. Meanwhile, good requires active participation, selflessness, and continual vigilance to thrive.

Judging by the number of people who cannot literally lift a finger to make roads a safer place through the use of turn signals, I don't hold much hope for humankind, as a whole, to put in the continual effort to quash "evil".

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It somehow makes more and less sense, all at the same time.

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After a woman escaped from a makeshift “dungeon” made of cinder blocks in a man’s Oregon home, the FBI says it is looking for additional victims in other states.

The man, 29-year-old Negasi Zuberi, was taken into federal custody on suspicion of kidnapping across state lines after a woman from Seattle escaped from his home in Klamath Falls, Oregon, according to a news release from the FBI Portland Field Office. The woman also said she was sexually assaulted, the FBI said.

Zuberi, who has lived in at least 10 states since 2016, has been linked to violent assaults in at least four states, according to the FBI. Investigators have reason to believe there could be several other victims, the agency said. Zuberi was indicted by a federal grand jury in Oregon on one count of kidnapping and one count of transportation with intent to engage in sexual activity, court documents filed Wednesday show.

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After a woman escaped from a makeshift “dungeon” made of cinder blocks in a man’s Oregon home, the FBI says it is looking for additional victims in other states.

The man, 29-year-old Negasi Zuberi, was taken into federal custody on suspicion of kidnapping across state lines after a woman from Seattle escaped from his home in Klamath Falls, Oregon, according to a news release from the FBI Portland Field Office. The woman also said she was sexually assaulted, the FBI said.

Zuberi, who has lived in at least 10 states since 2016, has been linked to violent assaults in at least four states, according to the FBI. Investigators have reason to believe there could be several other victims, the agency said. Zuberi was indicted by a federal grand jury in Oregon on one count of kidnapping and one count of transportation with intent to engage in sexual activity, court documents filed Wednesday show.

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I didn't place in the "aquatic" costume contest, but I'm proud of my submission.

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