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What do you miss about your school-going days?

zaidwali915’s Profile PhotoZaid Wali
MY LOVELIEST DAYS AHHH, I MISS SO MANY THINGS. Here are a few:
– How, because it was a very small one consisting of only 150 students, I knew everybody. And when I say everybody, I mean it. I was literally friends with this grade 1 student, she wrote an essay on me for the topic "best friend."
– How I'd play head and tails with everyone during free periods. We were SO loud.
– At the back of our class, we had this empty place without any seats. Whenever we had a free unit, we all sat on the floor. Collective floor time??? Hello??? We were literal goals.
– My classmates. I will never vibe with humans like I vibe with them. I love them so much it hurts.
– Luca. That kitten. I adopted him for a month before he went away :(
– I was a prefect. During break time, I was assigned the duty of supervising the "ground" where students of grade 4 till grade 7 were allowed. Sab badmaash thay. I miss handling them.
– We had two consecutive units of Economics on Mondays in grade 9, and my teacher would ask me to sit in front right after entering the class because I always fell asleep.
– The gossip. We'd talk about everything.
– PT. Please, the best unit ever. I miss Tuesdays.
– MY ART TEACHER. I used to bully him and he'd let me. Love that old dude.
– Van times. We had a group, we'd wait for everyone to leave so we could play Kings.
– Singing all the time.
– One time, a class fellow lost his brother. We all cried with him.
– How I'd see my Chemistry teacher enter school and he'd laugh at my grimace every single day. I always used to tell him to take a goddamn break.

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How do you think your career has shaped the way you think?

Saira019’s Profile PhotoSaira.
My career in accounting and economics has taught me to approach problems methodically, analyzing data to make informed decisions in both professional and personal choices.
For example, When choosing a movie, I thoroughly research its box office performance, cast, reviews, and IMDb ratings rather than just looking at the poster or genre ✌🏻

That’s weird why do you talk to her rarely?

she's a CEO of a company that supplies economics data and research for the Canadian Government. She's way to busy for daily chats. When she lived closer and had a less important job, we talked more. She's still my best friend. The point here is- adults are expected to prioritize other things. I have a local friend who I talk to like, every other day, and a neighbor I hear from like once in a while, and friends I see on friday and don't talk to the rest of the week past social media comments

Post your last copied text 😁 mine : You don't go through all for nothing 🤞🏻

usernamehiba’s Profile Photohiba
Read this answer from fellow Quoran for more clarification:
Women are only capable of birthing one healthy child per nine(ish) month period. So having 4 men tied to one woman means only one child in nine months. Whereas 4 women tied to one man means (at maximum) 4 children in nine months. This may sound like a weak argument today, but considering the lack of medicine and the chance of child mortality then, it was important to have many many children so at least one would survive.Economics- In Islam it is a man's duty to support his entire family (whether 1 wife and 1 child, or 3 wives and 8 children). By tying 3 men to 1 woman, that means all three men areonlyresponsible for that one woman and her children. Whereas if one man is tied to 3 women he has to support all 3 and their children. This is a much better situation because it means more women and children are being taken care of.NOTE:Islam does hold that women are allowed to work and support themselves,BUTin that time in Arabia there wasn't a whole lot of work women were physically able to do. A lot of it was hard physical labor or work that required education (which women[before Islam]were not allowed to have)War- War was fairly common, especially around the time of Islam's birth. Due to this men would die in battles and leave behind widows all the time. Due to the above reason (economics and work) it was hard for widows (espically someone raising a child) to work and take care of and raise her children. At this time there was no social services assistance to people who desperately needed it, so instead you would marry them and add them to your family, thus (as state in 3) the man has the responsibility of caring for her and her children as well.Gender Ratio- Due to war, work, and the harsh climate the gender ratio was way out of wack. Today the gender ration is about 101:100 (m/f) which is great, but then the male ratio was down and the female was up. This generally isn't a problem (or it wouldn't

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Why in Islam Muslim girls cant marry four guys while boys can?

Read this answer from fellow Quoran for more clarification:
Women are only capable of birthing one healthy child per nine(ish) month period. So having 4 men tied to one woman means only one child in nine months. Whereas 4 women tied to one man means (at maximum) 4 children in nine months. This may sound like a weak argument today, but considering the lack of medicine and the chance of child mortality then, it was important to have many many children so at least one would survive.Economics- In Islam it is a man's duty to support his entire family (whether 1 wife and 1 child, or 3 wives and 8 children). By tying 3 men to 1 woman, that means all three men areonlyresponsible for that one woman and her children. Whereas if one man is tied to 3 women he has to support all 3 and their children. This is a much better situation because it means more women and children are being taken care of.NOTE:Islam does hold that women are allowed to work and support themselves,BUTin that time in Arabia there wasn't a whole lot of work women were physically able to do. A lot of it was hard physical labor or work that required education (which women[before Islam]were not allowed to have)War- War was fairly common, especially around the time of Islam's birth. Due to this men would die in battles and leave behind widows all the time. Due to the above reason (economics and work) it was hard for widows (espically someone raising a child) to work and take care of and raise her children. At this time there was no social services assistance to people who desperately needed it, so instead you would marry them and add them to your family, thus (as state in 3) the man has the responsibility of caring for her and her children as well.Gender Ratio- Due to war, work, and the harsh climate the gender ratio was way out of wack. Today the gender ration is about 101:100 (m/f) which is great, but then the male ratio was down and the female was up. This generally isn't a problem (or it wouldn't

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Were you born before or after 2000? Do you think there's a difference between the generations before and after? In what way?

AsMaaGaDo97’s Profile PhotoAsmaa
Before. The change is inherent and noticed in priorities, goals, values and being driven by economics, media, technology.. etc. The traits they produce are both on pros and cons sides. The successful society employees those traits to what build and nuture them. The problem appears when we blind side to what has to remain as virtues.

Hey guys! I want to share my feelings coz I'm feeling nervous alot ...ok the thing is i have my economics exam on 23rd of june and i have only completed 4 chapters out of 23....i know that's insane many of you may tell me to go then study now...but dude I'm trying to study it's hard to grasp knowled

intella’s Profile PhotoJarhead
So what else do you expect to hear other than study? Yes it is hard. Poore saal mein karna tha wo. Tum 4 din mein karne ki sochoge aur bologe ye to hard h, you made it that way. Pehle kya kar rahe the, ?
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What really makes you angry?

MinhalBaloch’s Profile Photoᴍᴜʜᴀᴍᴍᴀᴅ ᴍɪɴʜᴀᴀᴀʟ
being too dumb to understand to economics econ should’ve been a core subject in school all my ecom knowledge comes from losing in monopoly mujhe kuch samjh nahi araha kiya ho raha hai i tried watching youtube videos but they all use terms like employment consumption and consumer confidence and even with context i don’t understand i get lost 15 seconds into every video aaaaaaa

Was trickle-down economics in a capitalistic society treated like communism is a realist society where the greed outfavors the need?

If this is STAIF question (Sent To All I Follow) - I would really like to know what answers you have got from 15 - 25 y.o. children here 😂😂😂
Was trickledown economics in a capitalistic society treated like communism is a

What do you say about the political instability at the moment?

Funny how people who have varying degrees of knowledge regarding money have things to say, want to get rich through capitalist economics and free markets, but have extreme sympathies for price caps and other socialist policies. Humour
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In the student musical I'm a part of there are several sections: Stage, dance, band, prop builders, PR (💙), cooks, makeup, sewing, sound / lights and party-fixers. Imagine you were gonna apply to join, which of those sections speak to you the most? Why? 🎭👨‍🍳📸🎺💃

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Prop building. . . I helped out in that department in high school as well as making costumes in Home economics, (sewing). . . That’s when they actually had that in school. In my opinion they definitely need to put something like that back into schools.I would just like to be able to help out any where I may be needed.

If you could meet anyone in this world today, who would you meet? 🖤✨

FiaSaif’s Profile PhotoM.
Me Economics teacher. And I’d beg her to allow me to give the exam because apparently my attendance is short and you cannot sit in exam with short attendance. Sab log dua karen. Tayari hogyi paper bhi dedu.
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Has there ever been a time when something so amazing or unexpected happened that it literally left you speechless for a time?💫

Warisha_khan13’s Profile PhotoWarisha khan
I came back v v late from my cousin’s barat and I had economics ka quiz the very next at day 10 am. Not just this I was super tired and my routine was really messed up I would be sleeping at 7 in the morning. Well as usual I slept at 7 and when my alarm rang at 9:20 I said fuck the quiz my sleep is more important and I slept like a beghairat aur jab meri 2:49 pe ankh khuli Maine Dekha k 3 bje hoga quiz and that mam had internet issues in morning. I was amazed. I immediately woke up and gave the test. Got 8/10 and that day I was like how we plan and Allah plans. It was like the universe wanted me to get those marks and it was all done to facilitate me. The feeling and sense of reassurance I got that day is unmatchable.

How can inflation be reversed? raising interest rates for the newly printed paper so that not many financiers would borrow? QE vs QT? Are we at a point where we can't really solve it?

> How can inflation be reversed?
Printing less fiat money might be a good start. Replacing the currency with a medium of exchange which is backed by something with an intrinsic value (gold, silver, etc.) would be another solution. Lowering energy costs (which drive up other costs) could be an option too. Spending fewer tax dollars on wasteful government bureaucracies and engaging in voodoo economics wouldn't be a terrible idea either. We have numerous paths toward a robust economy with sound fiscal policies but the witch doctor in the White House is too busy making monetary blood sacrifices to the Fed's idols.
> raising interest rates for the newly printed paper so that not many financiers would borrow?
Absolutely. I might raise the prime rate too - other interest rates would follow.
> QE vs QT?
Anything which may reduce the Fed's balance sheet should be considered. To ensure a gradual decline, the monthly amounts of securities that are permitted to mature and not be replaced should be capped but I would go a step further and not allow any amounts above those caps to be reinvested or left on the balance sheet. Complete removal. Think of it as quantitative easing on steroids...
> Are we at a point where we can't really solve it?
Not at all but it has to be done correctly. As long as a private central bank with no accountability or transparency (which is exactly what the "Federal" Reserve happens to be) is still permitted to operate so carelessly at our expense, we will face higher inflation with periods of orchestrated decline. It is unconstitutional, ill-conceived, alien and strictly against our Republic's interests.

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have you tried baking? are you any good at it? 🧑🏽‍🍳🥐🍞🧁🥖

nurbzee’s Profile Photonurulhuda
I have and I'm absolutely horrible at it. Tried doing it during our home economics classes in school and I never looked back. I honestly think yeast has a personal vendetta against me 😅😆
have you tried baking are you any good at it

How can we foster the economic empowerment of women after the coronavirus crisis?

Almost forgot. The historical collusion between English Royalty and the "Grand Olde Party" is alive and well, I would think. Britain still dominates most of Europe and Canadian tax evaders still manipulate the free western press. No worries there or with those mobster Shanghayists.
Women's spending only accounts for roughly 70%. Probably a pay cut of about 20% will teach them real economics. I'm absolutely serious. and the sellout of the Democrats to the Republicans being as complete now as it seems, all the more reason to think that the Global Corporatization of the planet will continue at a brisk pace. Unless of course, something goes terribly wrong and people start to resent the admission of their revocation of unfettered elections over the past 50 years or so. Thx for the award.

Is psychology a good subject to study at university? Why?

If it was me, I would combine psychology with economics to put you in the field of Behavioural Economics.
“Behavioral economics studies the effects of psychological, cognitive, emotional, cultural and social factors on the decisions of individuals and institutions and how those decisions vary from those implied by classical economic theory.”
I would suggest reading Think, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman. It is an excellent read for anyone with neither a background in psychology or economics. You will be very pleasantly surprised.

Do you like podcast ?

I have a number of podcasts I listen to daily. They include US political commentary, global political commentary, global intelligence reports, economics commentary, religious commentary, a Bible in a Year podcast, Dalai Lama podcasts, an English language Quran podcast, a sleep relaxation music podcast, a neuroscience podcast, and to show I am not a complete geek I have a chess podcast that is excellent. 🤪
We barely use 10% of our brain’s intellectual capacity. There is nothing written in stone that says we cannot at least try to bump that number up a tiny bit.

ok competitive exams ki age limit hoti h jese fpsc ki age limit 28 years h is k elawa koi or competitive exam? me filhal kisi job k talash me hu qualification MA (Economics)

Diff age limit for diff jobs. 5y general relaxation in upper age limit usually hoti hai. Inspector FIA, Customs, preventive, Appraisal are good options for you. These jobs are going to announced pretty soon.

Drop your lowest marks with subject.

There are things to be remembered and to be forgotten. And i always remember to forget marks 😂
But let me tell you the time when i felt scoring the lowest marks.
I got 51 out of 100 in Economics in 11th class. Why I felt lowest? Cause it was 2nd highest marks in the subject by all the sections🤣
And that's not even the worst part, the highest one had 52 marks😂😂😂
It's a lot of struggle to handle micro and macro economics simultaneously🤣
P.S.- Vo raat apun 2 baje tak piya😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣
Drop your lowest marks with subject

ايه مجالات تجاره و ايه احسن الاقسام (تجاره عربي) ،و هل ف فرق بين تجاره عربي و انجليزي ف المواد ؟

اولا بالنسبه للأقسام ف إنت هتدرس و تشوف نفسك ميال ل اي قسم ؟
مواد اقتصاد و جرافات Economics و بتاع 😂
ولا جمارك و Taxation
ولا محاسبه SAS و Cost accc
ولا اداره و تاخد Marketing و مواد نظري اكتر وحفظ
كل حاجه من دول ليهم زبونهم زي م بيقولوا 😅
ف انت ادرس و غالبا هترسي ع محاسبه عشان الشغل مع انك ممكن مش حاببها بس الاغلب بيخشها عشان الشغل 😅
و انا محاسبه عموما لنفس السبب 😅
اما الفرق بينهم اعتقد في فرق من رأيي
المواد تقريبا هي هي بس اللغه فرق بس

damn i hate it😂economics is love.wish i had an option of economics and accounting :( upar sa mara sath sab bacha hain and they treat me like im their age fellow aur mujha wo bacha lagta hain.aur masters wala jo mari age ka hain they treat me like bacha too.bad scenes chal rha hain😂😂😂🌚

hahahahaha nahi nahi just keep going with the flow. you are going good. btw which university?

Thanks. It looks like identical subject matter - why people make the (financial) decisions they do using inherent and flawed biases. That is an extra scoop of 🍦for me. 🤓

Cuz we 're H.U.M.A.N.S😁 ..the cause of all intellectual disasters ...some of us ’re bound to be makin' some...let’s say suboptimal decisions...they 've systematic biases like psychologists have proven again and again that can get in the way of the best intentions...this 's particularly the case with💸💰🤑
Plus the weak and stupid governments haven't been inspired by behavioral economics any damn thing to help their citizens make better financial decisions...logic speaks 👇
A new conclusion away from the two books😉
And atriple scoop from me to u dude 🤗
+6 answers in: “What genre of book do you prefer? I’ve gotten quite an enjoyment from a new theme of books I’ve been reading.”

equality as a guiding principle does not thereby imply adherence to a capitalist mode of production or slavery to the whims of the market.

ari
I take all of the points you made but Communism is nevertheless a thoroughly limiting system, both materialistically and metaphysically. It essentially serves as a mere *reaction* to liberal economics, so I don't see how it can possibly go further beyond the very system to which it is ostensibly opposed. Thus Communism and liberalism are two sides of the same coin - both fundamentally materialistic systems and philosophies primarily concerned with economic outcome and seemingly little else. In the grand scheme of things, I just don't believe economics is of *such* great importance.
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+6 answers in: “Foucault is interesting and the reason a lot of people hate him (besides the fact that they think he wrote pedophilia apologism, which isn’t the case, even if in his personal life he did questionable stuff) is bc his capillary account of power doesn’t center the human subject.”

Ofcourse and I will be in hawler in September I think because when the pandemic came to hawler a cameback to Jordan... I'm a medical student in faculty of medicine... Maybe you will be my freind in the college If you want to study with us🌸 اه صحيح نورت بوجودك 🌹

Yeahh when the pandemic came all of us went to our house and quarantine life started
Inshallah in September we’ll go back to our college’s
I’m a student at administration and economics
Accounting department
+10 answers in: “Hey I want from you to teach me kurdish because I study in hawler 😊😅”

لكل واحد رفع سعر اي ماده غذائية.. وأستغل حاجه الناس.. بكره لما تعدي الازمه ع خير.. رح نظل نتذكر إنك كنت مشم في وقت عزة النفس والرجولة.. وقت محنة الوطن...

Moath-A-Alhrahsheh
بكرة لما تعدى الأزمة انا هدرس اللى حصل ده فى economics مش كفايه انى محشورة ف برنامج الإصلاح 91 🙄🙄🙄

Lmao yeah ik balkay I’m sorry to disturb that thread....I’m pretty bad at that to crash at threads...I thought appki micro achi hogi sis😂🤷

SCOOBY
Meri achi hoti tou khud na bna leti😂😂😂btw i love economics aur maybe i can help you
Maybe*
+63 answers in: “If thousands of painters worked for thousands of years they still won't be able to create an art as beautiful as you”

What is one thing that happened in your life that without it happening, you would never be where you are today?

I was supposed to continue my degree in Bachelor of Human Resource Economics after my A’levels. but then a few weeks before my orientation, I was called up by Insurance Islam TAIB. I didn’t apply for it but they saw my profile & education history on one of the websites & decided to offer me a position there. after further discussions with my parents, I decided to put aside my dreams of continuing my studies & help my parents since I’m the eldest & my other siblings are still in school. after a few months in Insurance Islam TAIB, my colleague told me there were a few opening positions in DST. so I decided to give it a try & applied for it. alhamdulillah, I got a position in DST (151 Call Centre). (before I continue, I applied for a government position after I finish my A’levels, just to secure my future) after going to many ujian bertulis & interviews for a government position, alhamdulillah.. a few months after being in DST, I finally got a permanent position in government. alhamdulillah for Allah’s blessing & my parents’ non stop doa & blessing as well. my journey was tough, I can tell you that. I worked at tamu, school’s canteen, gerai, my neighbor’s home business, Gong Cha, Jollibee, Insurance Islam TAIB, DST 151 Call Centre & now currently a government employee.. alhamdulillah. if I had continued my studies, I wouldn’t be able to get this permanent job. my dream is still there: to continue my studies until Master or PHD. but I gotta wait for 3 years until I can apply to study while working (LDP - Latihan Dalam Perkhidmatan). so guys.. no matter how hard it is or how you banar banar inda mau something, but sometimes you gotta think what’s best for you & your parents doa & blessings are everythinggggg. all the best to everyone who’s still waiting for a miracle, my prayers are with you ❤️

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https://youtu.be/o5xxIciBSME Ironically, All the screens and processers used on Apple products are made by Samsung.Samsung benefits no matter what.Anyway, your arguments are still as logical as ever 😅 and I don't think it is interesting (not to you atleast) t go any deeper into the economics of it.

AmrAlSayed0’s Profile PhotoAmr Al Sayed
We're talking about smartphone sales not parts, the public doesn't care who made their screens as long as it has the apple on the back :'D not to say apple phones are worthless again I believe they are high quality but too expensive.
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What's interesting is that such economic dysfunctional marriages as described in the video is so similar to the relationship between USA and china, as economies, they are at war yet they have massive mutual trade benefits.
+10 answers in: “Do you use iOS or Android?”

Han adventurous to hai :’) now I’m being sad. Koi preparation nahe hai and I’m getting drowned into guilt now.

attu143’s Profile PhotoSyed Arsam Iftikhar
Today I have got a motivation. Crash batch Ke bache Abhi aaye hein, they have started 5th chapter of economics where 1st chapter is still pending and I'm thinking we can easily do it still now. There in RISE in crash batch of Accounting, there have just been almost 3 chapters completed i.e. Books of prime entries, double book keeping system and BRS. So it's easier to do that as well. Baaqi Law Mein ne bhi shuru karna hai, so I think I can do it 😅 Thus we can still do it :)
+19 answers in: “MUJHKOO PEHCHAAN LO, MAI HU KOOONNNN!?”

As 2020 opens with greater uncertainty from geopolitical tensions and rising oil prices, can global growth recover from the lows it reached at the close of the last decade?

Yes. In the US, and UK now free of the EU,, things will get better.
Not a straight line up, but increasingly improving as the dead hand of government is brought back to proper size.
In the EU, less so. Brexit means the hacks in Brussels lose a major net contributor and tax payer, so it will be harder to keep up all the subsidies and welfare. In China, the issue hinges on whether Xi can stop aggression and loosen the totalitarian grip. Seems doubtful, even though he sees the prosperity of Taiwan, and South Korea. He also has the example of the softer authoritarian Singapore, where the markets are a bit freer than the people, quite rich despite no natural resources. Just imagine what a less-totalitarian ruler could do with China! No.
Overall consumption will continue to wane forcing science and technological solutions to the forefront of human development.
Economics is destructive (consumption) while nature is constructive (production). Economics is a horribly failed social science that relies on real & fake value inequality, real & fake value(wealth), inefficiency & wasteful destructive consumption to benefit the few over the many. I call it the tyranny of the minority. Nature must be repaired, restored and expanded as the only source of REAL life sustaining value on the planet.
To sustain all life failed economics must and will inevitably be replaced by natures real value, real time value system with or without the human species (mammal).

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