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When COVID-19 was creating havoc at the nursing homeowner John Griffin says only two people quit.
"99 percent of the staff stayed we had 34 employees that contracted Coronavirus all lived and 98% are back at work right now," Griffin said.112 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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Based on what I've been hearing and reading, it is seasonal in the sense that heat and humidity greatly reduce its transmission rates. The expectation seems to be that transmission will plateau or even go down in July and August, and likely make a resurgence in November and December. However, it does remain to be seen. It may be premature to definitively assert anything at this time.83 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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Any time you deal with any customer service type people they will be wearing a name tag. Whether its at the supermarket checkout or the appliance store or the post office or the reception desk. The idea is supposed to create a more friendly atmosphere by connecting with the customer, if they are able to call the person by name supposedly it puts them more at ease. Somebody who works in one of these places told me they never use their real names, the employees were not comfortable with any random stranger knowing their name and potentially "stalking" them online or worse. So if the person on the checkout is wearing a name tag that says "Helen" that may not be her real name. But how common is this really, what kinds of businesses do you know of that use real or fake names?7 AnswersEtiquette2 days ago
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Do you think it's right for parents to slap their kids in the face if they say something highly disrespectful?
My sister called my Mom a "f**cking b**tch" and my Mom slapped her across the face.
I think that was wrong (as well as my two others sisters) and so does our father.
What do you think?54 AnswersFamily1 day ago
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Why so many Trumpers think face masks a political statement? Why can\t they comprehend maybe they have seniors at risk, or a sick child?
When you wear a mask, you are protecting your loved ones. If you don't want to wear a mask, fine. Just stay away from me. I have vulnerable parents, who I would like to be able to visit. Why are so many GOP, I shouldnt say GOP because they are not really Republicans anymore, just Trumplicans. But why don't these people see we are wearing masks to protect loved ones, and not to make any stupid political statement.59 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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All natural processes are some kind of physical or chemical interaction of matter resulting in a specific effect. Both the interaction and the effect are observable or identifiable. For e.g. A fire is an interaction of heat, fuel, and an oxidizing agent in the form of an uninhibited chemical reaction. The effect is transfer of heat to the surroundings. Or, sexual reproduction is an interaction of two individuals of different sexes. The effect is new organism.
In all these instances we can point to nature and show fire, heat transfer, reproduction and new organism. But what physical or chemical interaction is "natural selection"? And what is the effect of this "process"? Some say the fittest organisms. But this is an obvious nonsense. Organisms are always the effect of reproduction and growth processes.
In the Darwin's finches all that could have been observed were finches and seed. Nothing else. But seed is just something that was consumed by the finches. Seed is not a "natural process". When refering to Darwin's finches some use terms such as "the power of natural selection" or "natural selection in action". Given the above said, this is like saying: "the power of seed" or "seed in action". And this is again, an obvious nonsense.
So, natural selection is nonexistent in nature. Nobody can point to it. Nobody can observe it. Meaning, it exists only as an imaginary construct in the human mind. Hence, the question.36 AnswersBiology2 days ago
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Twitter says President Donald Trump has violated its rule against glorifying violence and has affixed a warning label to one of his tweets — the first time such action has been taken against the president's account.11 AnswersPolitics9 hours ago
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Since two negatives cancel each other out would I heal from coronavirus and COVID-19?23 AnswersSoftware2 days ago
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When I had a bad professor I made it my goal to try to do good despite that. You can always hit the books instead of depending on his lectures to teach you anything and if you spend enough time in the library you can master the subject matter despite his bad teaching. Also don't wait till the last minute to study for an exam or work on a term paper get way ahead of the game and use overkill to learn more than you have to know.14 AnswersHigher Education (University +)2 days ago