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Huge Beluga Whale Stranded In French River Rescued: Report
After nearly six hours of work, the 800-kilogram (1,800 pounds) cetacean was lifted from the river by a net and crane at around 4:00 am (0200 GMT).
WorldAgence France-PresseUpdated: August 10, 2022 8:48 am IST
Huge Beluga Whale Stranded In French River Rescued: Report
The whale placed on a barge under the immediate care of a dozen veterinarians.
Saint-Pierre-la-Garenne: The beluga whale stranded in the river Seine in northern France was removed from the water early Wednesday in the first stage of an ambitious rescue operation, an AFP journalist said.
After nearly six hours of work, the 800-kilogram (1,800-pound) cetacean was lifted from the river by a net and crane at around 4:00 am (0200 GMT) and placed on a barge under the immediate care of a dozen veterinarians.
The beluga, a protected species usually found in cold Arctic waters, will next be placed in a refrigerated truck and transported to the coast, Isabelle Dorliat-Pouzet, secretary general of the Eure prefecture, said ahead of the rescue operation.
The four-metre (13-foot) whale was spotted more than a week ago heading towards Paris and was stranded some 130 kilometres (80 miles) inland from the Channel at Saint-Pierre-La-Garenne in Normandy.
Since Friday, the animal's movement inland has been blocked by a lock at Saint-Pierre-La-Garenne, 70 kilometres northwest of Paris, and its health had deteriorated after it refused to eat.
But its condition was "satisfactory", Isabelle Brasseur of the Marineland sea animal park in southern France, Europe's biggest, told AFP earlier on Tuesday.
A seawater basin at a lock in the Channel port of Ouistreham has been readied for the animal, which will spend three days there under observation in preparation for its release.
The "exceptional" operation to return it to the sea is not without risk for the whale, which is already weakened and stressed, said Brasseur, part of a Marineland team sent to assist with the rescue, alongside the NGO Sea Shepherd France.
"It could be that he dies now, during the handling, during the journey or at point B," in Ouistreham, she said.
The 24 divers involved in the operation and the rescuers handling the ropes had to try several times between 10:00 pm and 4:00 am to lure the animal into the nets to be lifted out of the water.

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What is your favourite food to cook?

Thank you so much for posting this! I visited India a few years ago and I got a cold while I was there and some awesome and sweet little old Gujarati ladies found out I was sick and fed this stuff to me. They tried to tell me the recipe at the time, but I couldn't remember it later and didn't know what it was called to look it up again!
Meatball sandwich. I'm not very good at cooking and I don't eat very many different things. I mix 97% lean ground beef with bread crumbs, cook those on medium heat. Add prego meat sauce, cook on high for 5-10 mins, put 2 slices of provolone cheese on a french roll, add meatballs and bake on broil until cheese melts. It's quick, easy, and taste delicious
Enchiladas. I make spicy red sauce, then put that in the fridge. When hungry I heat up three corn tortillas, put in mozzarella and any veggies or leftover meat, roll them, put sauce on them, then microwave for two minutes.
Tourtière. It's a québécois meat pie. I use a lard crust (recipe from the Tenderflake package), ground pork, mashed potato, and spices. Do the google, most of the recipes are pretty good. There are regional variations that don't use ground pork, but I prefer it.
My favorite dish to cook is Bolognese. My favorite recipe here . I just love taking my time in the kitchen sometimes and this is a great recipe to spend an afternoon on. In the past I've used different meat blends (can't always find ground veal, I've used just beef/pork, beef/turkey, I've even made a version with only minced chicken) and typically use bacon in place of pancetta. I've had it with a lot of different pastas, but my favorite so far has been shells (like velveeta mac). Although it's one of those really traditional Italian pasta sauces, I've put a handful of spins on it and it comes out great every time.
I kind of just wing it when it comes to food measurements and it always turns out fine for me somehow. The lasagna is basically layers of the noodle, spicy tomato pesto sauce, bell peppers, mushrooms, chicken, spicy italian sausage, a ricotta/mascarpone/parmesan cheese mix and then topped with a mozz/parm/asiago cheese mix, parsley and chili pepper flakes. Woo boy.

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Piękne to były czasy, kiedy nie było telefonów, komputerów, a telewizory były rzadkością i wszystkie dzieci bawiły się razem na podwórku spędzając na powietrzu całe dnie, nie tylko latem. Zgadzasz się? 👍

"Kraino mojej straconej radości, widzę cię duszy oczyma, szczęśliwe ścieżki mojej młodości, dla których powrotu nie ma"
Nicci French

вы когда-нибудь менялись ради кого-то?

Но больше не хочу
Я изменилась ради себя и довольна тем, что есть сейчас
French Montana feat. Swae Lee — Unforgettable
вы когданибудь менялись ради когото

Is it true that in France, you have to speak french? I heard the french isn't so fond of the english.

I mean.. I was 6 when we went lol
So I didn't speak any French. But most countries, least where I've been, are understanding of non fluent speakers :)
Is it true that in France you have to speak french I heard the french isnt so
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No i jak ci się funkcjonuje w tych paznokciach? pamiętam że pisałaś że nie lubisz takich paznokci

Pisałam tak, ale dotyczyło to takich dość długich paznokci, szponów. Ja takich paznokci nie lubię, nie podobają mi się, a te wczorajsze w stylu french zrobiłam dlatego, że po prostu chciałam inaczej ozdobić moje paznokcie, dobrać coś, co będzie pasowało do moich małych rączek i palców. Te paznokcie są takie delikatne, adekwatne, pasują do mnie. Miałam je robione pierwszy raz, więc jak wyszłam stamtąd, to nie wiedziałam co mam z rękami zrobić, uważałam na każdy ruch, ale myślę, że powoli się do nich przyzwyczajam i w niczym mi nie przeszkadzają xD No i cholernie mi się podobają, jestem z nich zadowolona 🤩😎

Jaman sekarang cewe² ngeri², misalny kau di janji in cewe bakal setia, tau tau kalian putus, sicowok minta waktu buat dieman nenangin, dan yg jadi cewe jadian lg trs french kiss lidah ke cowo lain, dan lu sbg cowo sakit ati, kira-kira Doa kehancuran pantas g untuk wanita seperti itu? dpt Karma ygy

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Gue kan cewek ya bang. Jadi pertanyaan lo gue balik nih. Do'a gue buat dia (si cowo yg kek ajg) itu semoga keputusan dia buat nyakitin gue itu ga bikin dia nyesel. Gue pun berterima kasih ke Tuhan udah ngasih lihat betapa ajgnya orang yg pernah gue cintai itu. Setidaknya gue sama dia belum sampe di jenjang yg pernikahan. Dari pada waktu dan energi gue abis buat dendam ke dia. Gue lebih baik buat benahin diri gue. Mulai dapetin goals yang selama ini belum tercapai. Gue percaya kok Tuhan udah persiapin jodoh gue dengan baik selama kita ga menutup hati.
Semoga hati lu cepet sembuh ya bang😊

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What is postmodernism and how is it affecting our society?

Postmodernism: Understanding the Roots of Wokeness - By Adam Vicari
You may have noticed that, especially in the last few years, western civilization, and American society generally, seems to have plunged into an abyss of insanity, depravity, and general confusion. With the introduction to concepts like “Critical Race Theory” or “Gender Theory” to the national discourse, and with words being created seemingly out of thin air, like “heteronormative,” “pan-sexual,” “non-binary,” and the prefix, ”cis-,” society has been pushed closer and closer to the edge of national disunity and societal insanity.
The fact that men and women are now being referred to not as “male” or “female,” but “cis-male” and “cis-female” by not only professional idiots who happen to be gender studies majors or bitter middle-aged lesbian feminist college professors, but by major corporations who make the sodas you drink at barbecues or who manufactured the car you drive or even by a legendary company beloved by children for decades that was, until recently, an institution in and of itself, is an indication of just how far our society has fallen. And, indeed, “Doctor” Jill Biden’s latest speech at the “Latinx Incluxion” luncheon, in which she made a gaffe that would cause any average peon to be completely demolished and ostracized, blackballed, and character assassinated by American Pravda (CNN, MSNBC), is just the latest example of America’s collective mental breakdown.
While all this woke nonsense and linguistic gibberish may make it sound like the people uttering these ridiculous words had a stroke, rest assured, these words are being used not by accident, or not just to be sensitive to the “feelings” of others, but to, quite literally, erase reality itself. This absurd babel did not just spontaneously emerge within the last few years, but is deeply rooted in an academic theory that has been applied to multiple disciplines since at least the 1960s, known as “postmodernism.”
In essence, the theory of postmodernism literally rejects the ideas of objective reality and truth itself. Postmodernism was born out of the psychotic mind of radical French philosopher Jacques Derrida, who was the primary and original advocate for a line of thinking known as “deconstruction.” The goal of the Deconstructionists was to essentially blur or erase the lines between fact and fiction, reality and fantasy, and, from their perspective, there was no such thing as absolute truth, objective reality, or fundamental morality, it was all relative, subject to the interpretation of the individual and/or his social group or community. In a phrase, these lunatics spawned the idea of “living your truth.”
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What did you do with that picture of the embarrassing haircut from your teenage years?

I love my teenage haircut, I still cut my hair this way) But before that, I went for a long time with two striсt french braids to my knees, which were braided so tightly every morning that the skin stretchеd and I'm generally surprised how after that I had at least some hair left. As you can guess, it didn't look good. Nothing like Ahsoka Tano (I wish), it looked more like a bald head with mouse tails, like a snoopdogg hairstyle. I destrоyed all the photos, there were only on the pass (I shаrpie'd this hоrrоr) and on the first version of the yearbook - however, then I ran to the photographer to replace it with a photo with hair down.
Therefore, one day I learned to braid a looser braid myself, and once I cut bangs myself - I was almost kickеd out of the house, but It was the first day I was satisfiеd with my hair.

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How good would you say you are at cooking food? What are some of your favorite dishes to make? 👨‍🍳

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I'm not very good at this. This year I tried to learn a wee how to cook at least my favorite dishes (coz prices have skyrocketed), but my maximum is french fries, shawarma, jelly (the only thing I like to cook), fruit ice, udon, lasagna (it is still very, very far from perfect), sandwiches, cookies, onigiri, sushi, traditional triangular pies (they don't turn out very well either), moonpies. This activity requires too much concentration, which I don't always have.

✑⠀#marauderseracrew⠀: ⠀ ⸐ Qᵘᵉˢᵗⁱᵒⁿ "Co oznacza Twoje imię?"

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⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀〈⠀〃 ANTONIN⠀❜⠀〉
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ french⠀ name,⠀ which⠀ derived ⠀ from⠀ the
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Latin⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀name ⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀ A N T O N I U S,
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ an⠀ ⠀ancient⠀ ⠀ Roman ⠀ ⠀family⠀ ⠀ name,
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ which⠀derived ⠀ from ⠀ the ⠀ ancient Greek
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ name⠀ A N T E O N,⠀son ⠀ of ⠀ ⠀ Herkules.
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ meaning⠀of ⠀ name ⠀ A N T O N I N ⠀ ⠀ is:
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ( ⠀〃 ⠀⠀BEYOND PRAISE⠀ ❜ )⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀
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marauderseracrew   Qᵘᵉˢᵗⁱᵒⁿ Co oznacza Twoje imię

💢Do you listen to songs and watch movies which objectify and stereotype women, even when you are aware of it?

How do you do? ✨🌹🍃
▪️No I don't, When I listen to music, what really matters to me are the feelings, sensations and the rythm, even so if there is a language that I don't know, same with movies, I remebered once I saw a movie un french which was subtitled in spanish (spanish it's my first language), after watching it I felt excited.
To me, what Is the most important is the content and what makes me feel.
Do you listen to songs and watch movies which objectify and stereotype women

What is one skill you would love to learn?

I'd love to be able to fluently speak multiple languages!
I know school taught French and German, and then learning Spanish and Japanese. But being able to be fluent in more languages than my mother tongue would be a great thing to be able to do!
There's probably lots of other skills that are currently not coming to mind as well :3
What is one skill you would love to learn

What does “Revolution dans la balistique” mean? But not literally, in a figurative sense. What do you think?

I have no idea. I don't speak French or whatever language that is.
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What is something you have accomplished as an adult that your younger self would be proud of ?

- I managed to get to a better place mentally, and started feeling that there's some hope for me, and managed to get out of the infinite darkness, pain, and emptiness which had been surrounding me for several years, to the extent which was actually debilitating (my younger self would've never thought that this was possible for me)
- I successfully finished secondary school, passed a language exam, and got into a UK-based university
- I moved to London (I always knew that I needed to get out of my home country but of course, it seemed very difficult, and I wasn't sure I was capable of it...well, turns out I was!)
- I've got a job, and I'm about to get promoted
- I experienced what it feels like to genuinely love someone and feel very close to someone. A “normal” person may not think about this as an accomplishment, but given how isolated I normally am, my younger self would defo be happy for me and proud of me
- I published quite a few articles
- I'm actively working on myself
- I started learning French in 2020, and this year, I began to learn Arabic too.
My younger self would think I'm super cool the way I am now :))

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Okay, okay, so tell me. What is your guilty pleasure?

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McDonald's French fries and ice coffee.
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Jak to robi kobieta, że ogarnia: dom, życie, prace, dzieci? :)

Kobieta to istota wielofunkcyjna, a na dodatek w wielu przypadkach potrzeby innych stawia ponad swoimi, stąd też bierze się w niej siła by ogarniać wokół wszystko i wszystkich, bo jak nie ona, to kto? Faceci nadal dosyć często wynoszą z domu przyzwyczajenie, że kobieta ma całą masę zadań, za którą mu nawet przez myśl nie przeszło żeby odpowiadać...
"Mężczyźni pracują, żeby można było przeżyć, kobiety pracują, żeby można było znieść to życie".
Akurat dzisiaj zaczęłam czytać "Miejsce dla kobiet" Marilyn French ^^

here's the scenario. he went to a bar and got drunk then called u. his cousin asked him how many french kiss he got and he answered only one. So you heard everything and you're in a MU stage of relationship. The question is, titigilan mo na ba sya or bibigyan mo pa ng chance

Ano pa ba dapat pag isipan rito? If nagawa niya na more likely, gagawin at gagawin niya uli yan. Di pa nga kayo e. Canceled na yan.

Milyen műfajokban szeretsz zenét hallgatni? Az általad felsorolt műfajokban, ki a kedvenc előadód, S miért? Szerinted te milyen előadó lennél? (Eltekintve minden tehetségtől S tudástól, tegyük fel ez mind megvan).

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Szinte mindegyikben.
Everfound, Dan Bremnes, Austin French, Britt Nicole, Face to Face, Citizen Way, Ararat, Emlp, Tibes, Planetboom, for King & Country, Amen, Patrióta, Pajor Tamás, Petra
Mert tetszenek a dalaik.😊
Szerintem valamilyen rockosabb.

When you become highly fluent in a 2nd language do you start thinking in that language?

I spent my 3rd year of uni in Spain. I was sent to a little Andalusian village where nobody spoke English, and I very quickly realised I wasn't as proficient as I had thought I was. The first couple of months were really hard but by the end of the year I was thinking and dreaming in Spanish, and when I would call my parents (once a week from a pay phone at the time - I'm old!), I would sometimes struggle to find the English words.
It could depend on which language you're using more at that time. For example, I am trilingual. Back in my home country, I would think more in my native language. When I moved (to the US), I used the two other languages more so I would think in them more than my native language. I think the past few years though I think more in English. I'll think in my native language still from time to time, but I codeswitch a lot more often.
A lot of active listening really helped. Even tho at some point I understood like 60% of what was said it eventually let to me understanding most of the language and being able to use it with no problem. Took me about 4 years to get from a2/b1 to c2. I didn't deliberately try and listen to as much as possible but rather there was a lot on English speaking YouTube that I was into. I hope some of that comes in handy
I started thinking in Spanish as soon as I finished the beginning level (AKA year 1 of college). This didn't happen after I took a year of Mandarin, although I sometimes think of Chinese numbers first because somehow they became very solidified in my brain. Being fluent in 3 languages means I think in that language when I am surrounded by it or I think about things linked to that language (for example I think in my ML when thinking about my family, mostly french when thinking about work and almost completely in English when I'm on ASK). Personally with my Spanish, while nowhere near fluent, have been able to produce and carry very short conversations by linking my Spanish words to English words. I can connect a Spanish word to an object just as quickly as I can connect the Spanish word to the english word to the object, and i've not been able to just connect a Spanish word directly to an object. Not sure how that works but if it works it works.

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When did you realise you were fluent?

If you really want to learn, you have to stop using English. I was basically forced to abandon it; taking classes à la fac meant I couldn't take notes fast enough in English, so I had to use French and my listening and writing skills exploded. My host mother had folks over for dinner, and they'd practice their English while I practiced my French.
Maybe it's my self-esteem, but I'm not comfortable with saying I'm fluent. However, a few weeks ago, one of my exchange partners and I had a 30-40min discussion about political ideologies and philosophy. It was mostly in French. I stumbled here and there but I was amazed that I was able to participate in such an abstract conversation at all. Now I'm ok with saying that I "speak some French." :P
I found myself accidentally eaves dropping on people in a restaurant. They were t talking about anything particularly interesting, but I remember thinking how cool it was that I knew that this couple was going to a different town tomorrow and they had said it all in French.
If you really want to learn, you have to stop using English. I was basically forced to abandon it; taking classes à la fac meant I couldn't take notes fast enough in English, so I had to use French and my listening and writing skills exploded. My host mother had folks over for dinner, and they'd practice their English while I practiced my French. Interesting point. Yeah, I can definitely see myself faltering in that area, except for the most simple of jokes. It's a good way to look at it. I'm sure you don't need to hear it from me, but your English is really good by the way. I certainly wouldn't have guessed you weren't native.
As things are starting to click for me too, I see it, fluency, as my native language when I was like 10. I didn't know what so many ancillary words or specialized words were. I had to ask or look it up in a dictionary. Nor could i write an essay and sound educated. There is just so much polish we are able to put on our native language as we get older through education, reading, media, and just plain immersion around others. But being that way at that age didn't break my flow of conversation. And that to me is what fluency is...being fluid in being able to converse. Sometimes you hear something that makes you say "hmmm...what does that mean?" but you will get the context from the rest or just ignore it and move on. Instead of thinking, you are just doing.
A turning point for me is when I realized I could listen to the radio or watch some videos without missing (almost) anything. Also being able to speak naturally and understand others, as if it were your native language. When you can talk about the weather or have a great philosophical debate in the same conversation naturally!

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When do you consider yourself fluent in a language?

I mean, even in our native languages, there are tons of things we don't know. You start reading a book in an entirely new domain and there will be new ideas and concepts, but it doesn't challenge our notion of fluency. I feel like there is a point in learning a new language where the things you don't know or can't say stop feeling like they undermine your ability in the language, and just become "oh, yeah, this is something some people don't know, now I know it."
For me it starts when I can confidently talk around a word I don't know without using hand gestures and helplessly repeating the word in the language I know (ie explaining a German word without switching to English or Russian), and still be understood. Native speakers use filler words a lot, btw, it's not something to feel bad about.
I don't worry about it. You're probably always going to need to improve a language that's not native/one you use every day. Focus more on what you can do in the language and what you still need to learn (can you read the news? watch a movie? travel to a country where it's spoken and get around without trouble? debate politics?)
I started considering myself fluent in english when I tried to remember a conversation with someone and couldn't remember if the conversation was in french or english, not sure if it make sense but I felt like I didn't need to make that extra mental effort to speak/understand english, it was almost completely natural.

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With summer (or winter) not too far away now, do you have any plans for the upcoming months? ☀️🏖

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Not really. We have to make passport for my son so that we can visit my family in slovenia after the summer but no specific plans until then.
I am just trying to handle single parenting and housekeeping best i can, trying to keep daily contact with both families and to support my husband as he has goes through a big project in his career. Any time left i plan on spending learning chinese and french + i am deeply invested into psychology atm and i am learning a lot about specificaly personality disorders. Mainly BPD to be precise.
I am also eventually gonna continue my weightloss during summer but for the time being i am so preocupied with everything that i am just working on maintaining until i have time for exercise again. We used to go on walks a lot during winter but summer here is sooo hot that leaving the house is something we try to avoid :'D

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If you were a king / queen during medieval times, how'd your castle look like? What kinds of rooms and features would it have? 🏰

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French Interior
Most rooms highly be in pink with rose gold and gold
Outside there will be a huge cottage garden with water fountains
Many bed rooms with bathrooms
Huge personal closet
Huge showcase closet
Ball room
Entertaining rooms
+ many many rooms with so many features not sure where to start with that one

Doufám, že jsi to dnes zvládla a zvládáš dobře a je ti v rámci možností dobře...

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Zvládla js to dobře, Ori. Tedy aspoň si to myslím..
Byla jsem na pokladně, pak jsem přebírala zeleninu a potom jsme kontrolovaly zboží, co dorazilo, jestli přišlo všechno, co bylo v papírech. Byly toho čtyři palety a byl to dost opruz. Ale zvládly jsme to v celkem slušném čase..
Potom jsem byla do konce směny na kase.
Zmizela jsem ovšem celkem brzy, šla domů pěšky, koupila si french press, vyzvedla maté a šla domů.
Trochu jsem uklidila a teď se jdu koupat 😊🤗🤗🤗

"Becoming the best version of myself" can be interpreted in many different ways. How would you interpret it?

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Doin one or more of..
Getting more religious..
Working on learning Spanish, French, German
Starting to learn Hieroglyphics..
Working, traveling abroad..
Working in some shelters for old ppl or animals
Get a horse or a car, have a home

I'm trying to see some subtle and major differences between different INTJs. Describe yourself like telling us about your hobbies, interests, talents, what your personality is like, etc.

I'm complex as hell. No one ever sees the full me because of that. My family sees one piece. People I work with see a totally different piece. People I like/friends see something else. And you people on Reddit see mostly a different piece from everyone else. When people from any of these four elements see me in one of the other elements, they get really confused. Some people think I'm intimidating as hell while other people think the idea that I'm intimidating is completely laughable. I'm old, but I look significantly younger than I am, i.e. at least a decade younger. So, I get a lot of amusement from people because of all of these things. I like dark blue and black and wear those colors almost all the time. I actually love sports, but I treat it like an academic subject. I'm into politics, psychology, reading, research, learning, social issues, pretty much all kinds of music (no "I have eclectic taste" followed by "I hate pop music," though, admittedly, I'm less familiar with modern music--but I just like anything that sounds good to me), old sitcoms. I like philosophical discussions. Great career, but always thinking about what the next step is and positioning for it. "Forever alone"--too weird and different to find someone who is compatible with me and actually wants me. Not "girly." Very calculating and always staying a step ahead of others. Usually have a plan B or a contingency plan. Very unemotional on the outside, more emotional and romantic on the inside. I'm on my early 20s. Very introverted. I find it hard to connect with people. I am picky with my relationships (platonic and romantic). Quite elitistic and arrogant. Loves fine art and the violin. Adores dogs. Pragmatic. Loves money money money! 🤑
I am kind of motivated but unmotivated most of the time. I am a highschool student and I used to go to a boarding school. It taught me a lot about people. And I dream of becoming an engineer and make stuff. I made friends when I used to attend the school, but only talk to one after leaving the school. And I don't really have a person to talk to a lot, but that dosent mean I am alone, have family and friends (2), but just lonely. Closest thing to a friend I have is a random french girl I found on omegle. I rarely talk, to a fistfull of people. I am just shy. Oh and the compliment I get the most by few people I talk to is "weird in an interesting way"
I am also interested in philosophy and psychology, especially applying it to my personal life or analysing the behaviour of others around me. I have grown more confident over time but I still feel very awkward or out of place. I am a very reserved person but I enjoy talking with my friends about meaningful topics. I usually mind my own business but I enjoy giving insightful advice to my friends because I know it will be useful for them. I have two cats. I like iced coffee. I am a good leader.

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What was the outcome of the Battle of Waterloo?

The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday, 18 June 1815, near Waterloo in the United Kingdom of the Netherlands, now in Belgium. A French army under the command of Napoleon was defeated by two of the armies of the Seventh Coalition. One was a British-led coalition consisting of units from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Hanover, Brunswick, and Nassau, under the command of the Duke of Wellington. The other was a larger Prussian army under the command of Field Marshal von Blücher.
Here is what Nathan Rothschild, who financed both the French Army and the British Army had to say about the war:
"I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the empire. The man who controls Britain's money supply controls the British Empire and I control the money supply..." - Nathan Rothschild

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