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    Isabella got a reaction from Michael Krewson in The Coronavirus may have mutated to become more infectious +   
    Do you think we'll get to a point that all will be infected before getting a vaccine?
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    Isabella reacted to Michael Krewson in iPhone 12 rumors / Lemonade insurance app / Wal*Mart Drive-In Movie Theaters   
    Today's stories from:
    Walkie, no talkie: Japan city launches pedestrian smartphone ban
    PULSE: Changing habits for the better
    MIT apologizes, permanently pulls offline huge dataset that taught AI systems to use racist, misogynistic slurs
    After Amazon Acquisition, Two Senior Zoox Engineers Go to Waymo
    Facebook is killing Lasso
    China’s Huawei and ZTE officially designated ‘national security threats’ by the FCC
    Amazon Web Services Forms Space Division
    Lemonade Goes Public
    Can Capitalism Survive? Chamath Palihapitiya Isn’t Sure
    Boeing Quietly Pulls Plug on the 747, Closing Era of Jumbo Jets
    Tribeca Partners With Walmart to Expand Drive-In Series (Exclusive)
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Isabella got a reaction from Srecko Sostar in The Best of Richard Clayderman   
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    Isabella reacted to Michael Krewson in News Wrap for July 1, 2020   
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    Isabella reacted to James Thomas Rook Jr. in Why does Apple assume I want to be reminded of a photo memory from years ago? Do they not realize the pain they cause many people reminding them of dead loved ones etc?   
    QUESTION: Why does Apple assume I want to be reminded of a photo memory from years ago? Do they not realize the pain they cause many people reminding them of dead loved ones etc?
    ANSWER:   Because either their programmers are cruel, sadistic trolls who believe that creating pain in the morning will help them sleep better at night .... OR .... it just never occurred to them that you are that fragile, or thought that you would completely forget them, if not reminded, by a photo from the past.
     
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    Isabella got a reaction from admin in Apple's iOS 14 shines a light on a HUGE invasion of privacy by leading apps like TikTok   
    I can't read this post but as for the title, I heard the same of faceapp and the other app that made people look older... I have never had an Iphone so I can't say 🤭
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    Isabella got a reaction from 4Jah2me in Some child abuse victims won't get redress   
    Some child sexual abuse survivors will miss out on compensation because organisations like the Jehovah's Witnesses refuse to join the national redress scheme.
    Religious, community, charity, education and sporting groups that fail to meet Tuesday's deadline to join the scheme will be "named and shamed" and face possible financial sanctions and changes to their charitable status.
    The Jehovah's Witnesses refuses to join despite the threatened action and legal service Knowmore expects other survivors will also miss out because the organisation responsible for their abuse has not signed up.
    "This will result in survivors receiving nothing," Knowmore principal lawyer Anna Swain told AAP.
    Institutions have had two years to opt into the redress scheme, with some Knowmore clients saying "they're punishing us" or "they're waiting for us to die".
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    Hello guest! Please register or sign in (it's free) to view the hidden content. #childabuse
     
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    Isabella got a reaction from Space Merchant in A 'Godzilla' dust cloud from Sahara Desert is nearing US Gulf Coast   
    The plume of dust began to emerge off western Africa last weekend and has now traveled over 4,000 miles. "The main impacts are a whitening of the sky during daylight hours, redder sunsets, and decreased air quality." Some of the dust may then move as far north and east as the Ohio Valley and mid-Atlantic this weekend. It's almost here.
    The long-awaited cloud of Saharan dust is poised to "hit" the U.S. Gulf Coast on Thursday and Friday, forecasters say, promising hazy skies and fiery red sunsets but also potential health problems.
    Nicknamed "Godzilla" for its unusually large size, the plume of dust began to emerge off western Africa last weekend and now has traveled over 4,000 miles from the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico, the Weather Channel said.
    Read more: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/06/24/sahara-dust-storm-us-gulf-coast-texas-what-to-expect/3250102001/
    #saharandust
     
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    Isabella reacted to The Librarian in Mãe de JW com bebê de 15 dias morre em Covid-19   
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    Isabella got a reaction from Melinda Mills in The Court Ordered to Free Dennis Christensen, one of Jehovah's Witness From Denmark. For His Faith, He Stayed in Prison for 1128 Days   
    On June 23, 2020, at 19:50 Lgov district court, considering Dennis Christensen's petition for mitigation of his sentence, replaced his unexpired part of the prison term with a fine of 400,000 rubles. A Jehovah's Witness convicted of faith will be released after the court ruling enters into force.
    The hearing was attended by Danish diplomats. No one else, including Dennis' wife Irina, was allowed into the building. Christensen himself attended the hearing via video.
    Dennis Christensen was arrested on 25 May 2017 and sentenced to six years in prison in February 2019. The court considered it extremist that the believer continued to gather with his fellow believers for religious meetings and welcomed them before the religious service. However, there were no victims of Christensen's "crimes". To date, the believer has actually been behind bars for about 3 years and 1 month. However, taking into account the fact that according to the law, one day in the pre-trial detention facility equals 1.5 days in the general regime colony, Christensen has served more than 4 years of the term appointed by the court.
    "From the moment of his arrest Christensen has behaved and behaved respectfully and correctly towards the employees of the investigation and court, the pre-trial detention facility and the employees of correctional colony № 3. He independently organized free English language training for prisoners, maintains friendly relations with other convicts," said Christensen's lawyer, explaining to Galina Petlitsa the grounds for the mitigation of punishment to the believer.
     
    The lawyer described the mistakes made by the courts, which put Christensen in prison. As stated in an appeal ruling of the Supreme Court on October 18, 2016, which confirmed the liquidation of the local religious organization of Jehovah's Witnesses "Oryol," believers in Russia "are not deprived of the opportunity to perform their own religious worship. Contrary to this, the courts interpreted Christensen's private religion as the continuation of a banned legal entity.
    "Judge Galina Petlitsa made a fair decision. This is a brave and honest act, which is not often decided recently by the judges hearing the cases of Jehovah's Witnesses," said the representative of the European Association of Jehovah's Witnesses, Yaroslav Sivulski.
    Replacing the punishment of a believer means for Christensen the opportunity to go free without any additional restrictions, except for the obligation to pay the fine, said Christensen's advocate.
    Currently, there are 10 convicts in Russian colonies for the beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses, while another 24 people are imprisoned. A total of 353 people who hold the views of Jehovah's Witnesses are accused of extremism for their Christian faith. The religious persecution continues despite assurances from the Russian government and Vladimir Putin that there is no reason to persecute Jehovah's Witnesses.
     

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    Isabella got a reaction from admin in At least two dead after powerful 7.4-magnitude earthquake hits Mexico   
    At least two people have died after a powerful earthquake shook central and southern Mexico, swaying buildings and sending thousands of people into the streets on Tuesday.
    The 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck at 10:29 a.m. local time (5:29 pm CEST) on Tuesday, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS).
    The USGS estimated that two million people felt strong or moderate shaking and another 49 million felt weak or light shaking.
    Seismic alarms sounded in the morning, giving enough warning for residents to exit buildings.
    Read more: https://www.euronews.com/2020/06/23/powerful-7-4-magnitude-earthquake-hits-mexico
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    Isabella got a reaction from admin in #Hashtags   
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    Isabella reacted to admin in 1982 Clark County - 164th Ave, Vancouver, WA   
    This is the 205 bridge, Hwy 14 and 164th in Vancouver in 1982. Notice there were no houses, restaurants or anything out here. The 205 bridge was brand new and not even open yet for traffic. 
     
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    Isabella reacted to admin in What would you like offered on this website to make it more useful to you?   
    @Isabella That might be harder to accomplish .... 
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    Isabella got a reaction from admin in What would you like offered on this website to make it more useful to you?   
    I'd like to react to private messages 
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    Isabella reacted to The Librarian in Don't like what somebody posts?   
    You can hover over their name and you will see a link to "ignore user"..... problem solved.
    You're welcome!
    Thank you @admin
    p.s. - If you happen to like what somebody posts... you can "follow" them.
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    Isabella reacted to admin in #Hashtags   
    Enjoy the new functionality of #hashtags that we are testing out.....
    Let me know what you think.
     
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    Isabella got a reaction from Arauna in CRIMEA: Third jailing as second Jehovah's Witness jailed   
    In the third jailing in Russian-occupied Crimea on "extremism" charges to punish the exercise of freedom of religion and belief, Jehovah's Witness Artyom Gerasimov was jailed for six years after a prosecutor appealed against an earlier fine. Jailed earlier were Muslim Renat Suleimanov for four years and Jehovah's Witness Sergei Filatov for six years. Like Suleimanov and Filatov, Gerasimov expects to be sent to a prison in Russia.
    For the third time, a court in Russian-occupied Crimea has jailed an individual on "extremism" charges to punish the exercise of freedom of religion or belief. After an appeal by the prosecutor, on 4 June Crimea's Supreme Court changed the punishment imposed on 35-year-old Artyom Gerasimov from a fine of two years' average wages to a six-year jail term. He was arrested in the courtroom. He was the second Crimean Jehovah's Witness to be jailed.
     
    The decision to make prisoner of conscience Gerasimov's punishment harsher without sending the case for a retrial is the first such instance in any Jehovah's Witness case in Crimea, or in Russia within its internationally recognised borders.

    The first such jailing for exercising freedom of religion and belief was Muslim prisoner of conscience Renat Suleimanov. In January 2019 a Simferopol court jailed him for four years on "extremism"-related charges for meeting openly in mosques with three friends to discuss their faith.
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