Re: Soros is hiring
Keep it up. You might have a good chance of being hired by Soros (if not already). One of his useful idiots recently leaked a toolkit on Twitter exposing at least three others in India. He surely reGretas hiring such dimwits.
21 posts • joined 27 Jan 2015
"made in Jammu and Kashmir , two Muslim-majority states that Hindu-dominated India recently stripped of autonomy on security grounds"
This article from Christian-dominated UK has some factual errors:
1. Jammu and Kashmir is one, not two states. Union territory, to be precise. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jammu_and_Kashmir_(union_territory)
2. Jammu region is Hindu-majority. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jammu_Division
3. The autonomy granted to the state was a temporary constitutional provision. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Article_370_of_the_Constitution_of_India
Yeah it's taking some time to clear the mess left behind by the British Raj and later by their puppets. Enjoy the show!
By the way, UK's Christian-dominated cricket team is currently touring India. Can be asked to cross check with local sources.
In related news supporting your theory, the two seats reserved in Indian parliament (lower house) for Anglo-Indians were recently scrapped.
Now waiting for reserved seats for Indian-Anglos in House of Commons.
For the record:
- "Aarogya Setu becomes fastest growing mobile app with 50 million users in 13 days": https://www.msn.com/en-in/money/news/aarogya-setu-becomes-fastest-growing-mobile-app-with-50-million-users-in-13-days/ar-BB12E7DH
- "...the app could also have feature phones versions, with the Indian Institute of Technology Madras working on IVRS-based features, with testing reaching “maturity levels.”": https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/policy/beyond-contact-tracing-aarogya-setu-may-find-use-in-policy-inputs/articleshow/75078678.cms
"The disappointing performance of Black Arrow launcher R2 in September 1970 was not due to poor project management, bad fundamental design, or low grade effort. We know we were taking a gamble in trying to make do with so few test launches, and the gamble went against us."
Hmm. No, the management is never at fault. It's always the workers. In our software project RCA (root cause analysis) the cause almost always is "coding and unit testing"! Victors write history.
@Eddy Ito -- I used 'Storage Check' app to 'move' my maps to the SD card. This app has been replaced by Storage Sense, which unfortunately does not have the moving maps to SD card feature.
See here for details: http://www.windowscentral.com/how-move-offline-map-data-your-sd-card-windows-phone.
- Storage Check does not show up in the Store. Use the download link given in the above article to install it.
- You need to delete your existing maps on the phone, and then download them again after switching their location to the SD card.
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