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10 Most Asked Questions on Google for “How” - answered by Bemorepanda

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Don't know how to do something? Google helps you. Questions that start with "How" are very popular on Google. People trust Google, that's why everyone uses Google. They know they will get an explicit answer. Google is the page that gives you answers to all your questions, regardless of domain. That's why when you can't handle something or you're not sure, you turn to Google for help.


It seems that today, Google has all the answers in the world.

2020 searches are performed on several categories. The lists were created using a combination of several services and tools that give us a detailed picture of global and regional search trends.


Most of the data comes from Google Trends, a public service that shows the volume of searches across different geographic regions, time periods, and terms used. Here is the list of top questions sought with "Why" with answers from Bemorepanda.


1.How to draw

If you're looking to learn how to draw, Google got everything right here to get you started.On Google you'll find how to draw tutorials guaranteed to sharpen up your artistic skills, no matter what your ability. 


There's everything from drawing parts of the human body, to animals, flowers and the environment. So that it's easy to navigate, we've split them into three different sections – you can use the jump links opposite to find the one you want. 


2.How to make slime

How to make homemade slime

  1. Add glue and food coloring to bowl. Squeeze the bottle of glue into a bowl (photo 1). ...
  2. Mix in saline solution. Add 1 1/2 Tablespoons saline solution and mix until combined (photo 3). ...
  3. Knead the slime. Using your hands, knead the slime until it holds together. ...
  4. Store slime.


3.How to screenshot on mac

  1. To take a screenshot, press and hold these three keys together: Shift, Command, and 3.
  2. If you see a thumbnail in the corner of your screen, click it to edit the screenshot. Or wait for the screenshot to save to your desktop.


4.How to tie a tie

On this question, Google have million of videos as answer, so you can easily find the perfect one for you. In the end you'll have a perfect tie!


5.How many ounces in a cup

US recipes - cups to ounces · 1 US cup (236.59mL) = 8 US fluid ounces


6.How many weeks in a year

One year has approximatly 52 weeks.


7.How many ounces in a gallon

1 US fluid gallon is equal to 128 US fluid ounces (oz). To convert gallons to fluid ounces, multiply the gallon value by 128. For example, to calculate how many fluid ounces is 2 gallons of water, multiply 2 by 128, that makes 256 fl oz is 2 gallons of water.


8.How to lose weight

  1. Eat a high protein breakfast.
  2. Avoid sugary drinks and fruit juice.
  3. Drink water before meals.
  4. Choose weight-loss-friendly foods.
  5. Eat soluble fiber.
  6. Drink coffee or tea.
  7. Base your diet on whole foods.
  8. Eat slowly.


9.How long to boil eggs


  1. Place your eggs in a single layer on the bottom of your pot and cover with cold water.
  2. Over high heat, bring your eggs to a rolling boil.
  3. Remove from heat and let stand in water for 10-12 minutes for large eggs.
  4. Drain water and immediately run cold water over eggs until cooled.



10.How to unlock iphone

Only your carrier can unlock your iPhone. Contact your carrier and request an unlock. Your account might need to meet requirements for unlocking


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Many of us have questions about absolutely everything around us. The first thing we do is access Google, where we get all the answers. Google is the generator of absolutely all the answers to any question. No matter what type of question you have, the answer can be found very easily. Each year, Google issues lists of frequently asked questions. Bemorepanda decided to present them to you and to bring an answer to these questions.


It seems that today, Google has all the answers in the world. To all our possible questions.

2020 searches are performed on several categories. The lists were created using a combination of several services and tools that give us a detailed picture of global and regional search trends.


Most of the data comes from Google Trends, a public service that shows the volume of searches across different geographic regions, time periods, and terms used. Here is the list of top questions sought with "Who" with answers from Bemorepanda.


1.Is instagram down

Uninstall and reinstall the Instagram app. Occasionally a bug can appear when installing or updating Instagram that causes it to stop working. The only way to remedy this is to uninstall and reinstall the app.


2.Is mercury in retrograde

When Is Mercury in Retrograde in 2020? In 2020, Mercury will be in apparent retrograde motion during the following ranges of dates: February 17 to March 10. June 18 to July 12.


3.Is europe a country

Politically, Europe is divided into about fifty sovereign states, of which the Russian Federation is the largest and most populous, spanning 39% of the continent and comprising 15% of its population. Europe had a total population of about 741 million (about 11% of the world population) as of 2018.


4.Is today a holiday

Do you want to know what national holiday it is today, or why today is so special?


5.Is shingles contagious

A person with active shingles can spread the virus when the rash is in the blister-phase. You are not infectious before the blisters appear. Once the rash crusts, you are no longer infectious. VZV from a person with shingles is less contagious than the virus from someone with chickenpox.


6.Is is a verb

Yes, "is" is a linking verb. Linking verbs typically link subjects to descriptions. The linking verb "is" was used here to link the subject (car) to its description (blue).


7.Is pneumonia contagious

Pneumonia is swelling (inflammation) of the tissue in one or both lungs. It's usually caused by an infection, most commonly bacteria and viruses, which are both contagious.


8.Is it going to rain today

You want to know if today is going to rain? Google will answer this fast.


9.Is new york a state

New York is a state in the Northeastern United StatesNew York was one of the original thirteen colonies that formed the United States. With more than 19 million residents in 2019, it is the fourth-most-populous state.


10.Is water wet

 Water isn't wet by itself, but it makes other materials wet when it sticks to the surface of them.



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Do you have a question? Google is coming to the rescue. It is the mechanism that responds to absolutely everything. People ask a question in Google better than a friend. This is the society we live in today, people have access to and freedom to access and inform about absolutely anything. Google has become so powerful that it knows the answer to your question, even before you type it.


It seems that today, Google has all the answers in the world.

2020 searches are performed on several categories. The lists were created using a combination of several services and tools that give us a detailed picture of global and regional search trends.


Most of the data comes from Google Trends, a public service that shows the volume of searches across different geographic regions, time periods, and terms used. Here is the list of top questions sought with "Where" with answers from Bemorepanda.


1.Where's my refund

Whether you owe taxes or you're expecting a refund, you can find out your tax return's status by: Using the IRS Where's My Refund tool. Calling the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 (Wait times to speak to a representative may be long.) Viewing your IRS account information.


2.Where am i

Looking for an answer to the question "Where am I now?" Need to know your current location on the map? Wondering about the latitude and the longitude of your current location? Google Maps location pin shows where you are now if possible. Google Maps will give you instantly the answer.


3.Where is my phone

Lost your phone? Try some simple steps, like showing the location or locking the screen, to help you secure it. With the help of your Google Account you can easily find it.


4.Where am i right now

When you write on Google "Where am I right now", Google Maps will give you the exact address, that shows your current location on map coordinates including address, latitude and longitude. 


5.Where kidneys located

Your kidneys are located in the back of your abdomen, just under your ribcage, on each side of your spine. Pain in your sides or middle to upper back could be coming from your kidneys.


6.Where to eat near me

Google knows your location, so it knows where you can it. When you write this on Google, it will give you options of restaurants where you can eat, basically near you. This is a great tool of Google, especially when you are in a new city.


7.Where do i vote

Your polling place is where you go to vote on Election Day. Find out where yours is located, its hours, and if you can change your polling place.


Please note: Many voters with disabilities rely on in-person voting at accessible polling places. Voters with language barriers often depend on the help of interpreters at the polls.

Changes to polling places are possible due to the coronavirus. These may include different locations, layouts, procedures, and availability of translators.

If you need to vote in person, check your polling place close to Election Day. Find out about early voting options. And check with local election officials to learn:


  • If your needs will be met at your polling station
  • Other ways you may be able to vote



8.Where liver located

The liver is your largest internal organ. About the size of a football, it's located mainly in the upper right portion of your abdomen — beneath the diaphragm and above your stomach — but a small portion extends into the upper left quadrant.


9.Where is your appendix

Where Is Your Appendix? This 3 1/2-inch-long tube of tissue extends from your large intestine on the lower right side of your body.


10.Where do babies come from

When a girl goes through puberty her ovaries start to release an egg about once a month. Once a guy produces sperm and a girl produces eggs, if they were to have unprotected sex with each other, their bodies could reproduce or make a baby.


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Reddit is the place where you can find practically anything, and curiosities about everything in the world are definitely on this list.


This platform is difficult to fall into a certain category. However, in essence, it is a huge collection of forums, where you can find news, answers to questions or debate certain topics. Among all this, you can find all sorts of interesting things about the world around us.


So by giving an answer you can reach the top of the discussions. On Reddit, indeed, we found a multitude of surprising answers to more and more questions. Bemorepanda selected the most upvoted for you.


1.Right after Kobe Bryant's Death, reddit u/Panorama correctly detailed what happened. His analysis was confirmed a year later by the NTSB.

Upvotes: 14,8k

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No, as a helicopter pilot I can explain this.


The aircraft was flying VFR, which means not on instruments. Helicopters are allowed to fly during daylight in the type of airspace he was operating in from John Wayne to the crash site in 1/2 mile visibility and clear of clouds. This is predicated on the pilot determining he is in fact flying in at least 1/2 mile visibility and clear of clouds. This is not easily done, because it can be difficult to tell whether your projected flight path will keep you out of the clouds and clouds are a kind of fuzzy looking beast in front of you, or hopefully above you, and it can be very difficult to assure you aren’t going to fly into a cloud or an area of reduced visibility up ahead. This is why you shouldn’t play with fire; just land, at an airport preferably or street, park, etc.


The altitude read outs you see on these radar tracks are what the transponder reports which is Pressure Altitude, the height above the 29.92” Hg standard datum plane. This is essentially above sea level under yesterday’s conditions. So, if the altitude readout says 1,400’ you could actually be on the ground if the elevation where you are is 1,400’. What would be great is an Above Ground Level (AGL) readout, which can be determined by comparing the flight path with topographical maps.


I am a pilot who flies in Los Angeles and knows SoCal very well. I know the elevations throughout most of SoCal. This pilot was flying as low as 150’ at numerous times throughout this flight. This was done to “scud run” and get through to his destination. This is unacceptable and a very dangerous practice. He had multiple chances to end the flight by landing, somewhere. He kept pushing through, into rising terrain westbound towards Calabasas. If you have bad visibility and ceilings in the San Fernando Valley you are definitely going to have a much worse time in higher terrain.


It appears he flew into the clouds/fog shortly after. After realizing he was Inadvertent-Instrument Meteorological Conditions (I-IMC, or “cant see because he’s in a cloud”) he did the right thing by focusing on instruments instead, since he has no visual reference with the ground anymore. He actually began to do the right thing by climbing and starting a 180 degree turn. However, most helicopter pilots are not good at flying on instruments since we basically never do it after receiving the rating for the ability. There is a whole conversation of reasons why that is the case but is outside the scope of this comment. So the pilot likely developed Spatial Disorientation and lost control of the helicopter, which is indicated by the rapid descent in the last seconds of the flight.


As a helicopter pilot this absolutely enrages me. How someone could flout company policy, standard procedures, regulations and exhibit no shred of professionalism to keep everyone onboard safe is beyond me. He could have just landed at Van Nuys and they could get a car service the rest of the way. I have done this a BUNCH of times, is a little disappointing when you can’t make it to the destination but this was some of the worst conditions we’ve seen in a long while and in the end: what are you doing risking people’s lives to please them? Just. Fucking. Land.


Edit: Wow! Thanks for the gold!!


Edit 2: I want to make clear in my post (as I have in responses to comments elsewhere) that this is my opinion only. My opinion based off of publicly available data, knowledge from having worked in the industry for 15 years, knowledge of the aircraft, having flown the specific type of aircraft, knowledge of the regulations regarding Part 91, Part 135, and VFR and IFR regulations, local knowledge being a pilot here, and being well-aware of the leading causes of accidents in the helicopter industry. I too am a Certified Flight Instructor and Instrument-Instructor in Helicopters. However, until the NTSB concludes their investigation and finds a cause for this accident then my opinion is only my opinion and not fact. I sincerely, and with all my heart, hope that the NTSB finds a mechanical irregularity led to this accident. Helicopter pilots are a very tight community and we are all brothers. I hope Zobayan is flying his favorite heli right now wherever he is.


2./u/dijon_snow theorizes why when Trump's defense lawyers may be misspelling simple words like "United States" and "District" on purpose

Upvotes: 5,9k

At this point it almost has to be intentional. Here are a few potential reasons for it:

  1. Shift focus to the trivial. If we're talking about their spelling errors we're not talking about how incredibly ludicrous the content is. They have no valid defense, but now instead of dissecting their brief on its (complete lack of) merits, we are criticizing a typo. Since it's the most obvious, and most ridiculous of all the many criticisms of the document it soaks up a lot of the negative attention.
  2. That focus makes critics seem petty. Everyone makes mistakes. It's a typo. You know what they meant. You must be focusing on something so minor because that's all you got. Nothing burger. To the rest of us it's just the most obvious sign that they are incompetent, but if you're already predisposed to support the brief, it's an extremely forgivable and inconsequential error that your opposition is making a big deal out of.
  3. Taking advantage of some counter intuitive cognitive biases. The human mind tends to average things that should be summed. Even though it's irrational. If you accuse someone of stealing a $10k car and a $5 hood ornament, people tend to perceive the crime as less than just stealing the car. They will average the severity of the crimes instead of adding them together. By adding in spelling errors some of the audience will average the penalty for spelling errors (minimal, I think we would all agree) with the penalty for sedition (much higher) even though that isn't rational.
  4. It signals anti-intellectualism. Only stuck up academics care about spelling. Real Americans care about what you're saying, not how pretty the words are or how they're spelled. The target audience has had their spelling and grammar corrected constantly their entire lives by people who make them feel dumb and lesser. They hate those people.


3.u/dididaylia gives their account of what it's like to legally live under Sharia law in "moderately Muslim" Malaysia.

Upvotes: 5,6k

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Non Muslims are not subjected to Sharia law. So if you are a Christian or Hindu on paper, then Sharia law will not affect you whatsoever.

How Sharia law affects me:

  1. I can't eat out during Ramadhan (I have to watch my back, there are religious police)
  2. Can't consume alcohol. (As with the 1st point, you can avoid the religious police by going to high end bars, they will never catch you there)
  3. Islamic eduction (Primary and secondary education was the WORST period of my life. I had to be separated from my friends to go to Islamic classes 3 times a week. I can't even express how much this scarred me. I fucking despised it. Sitting in class as an agnostic, I was taught that apostates should be given the death penalty. And this was in a textbook provided by the government. The teacher that taught the class would pester me everyday why I'm not wearing a hijab. She bought me one and told me to wear it beginning the next day, I threw it in the bin in front of her. Everyday when prayer time comes, a disciplinary teacher who monitors the halls will ask me to see her outside the class and she'll ask me why I'm not praying. I always gave her the excuse that I'm on my period, literally every day. One time, she touched my private area to check if I had a pad on. I'm still traumatised by that. I still remember what she wore that day. I don't think I'll ever forget.)
  4. Continuation from third point. I have become terrified of Malays and Muslims. I can't help it. If I see a Malay in an event or public space, I don't talk to them, I don't want to be their friend, I avoid them at all cost. Why? Because I'm terrified of them. If I meet 1000 Malays and they for whatever reason suspect me as an apostate, 999 of them are cool with me and 1 person will report me to the religious police, I'll avoid them all. I do have some friends I met from work that are non practising Muslims and they are one of my best friends now. Made me realise how much I'm missing out by avoiding an entire race of people. But I can't change this out of my own safety.
  5. I can be prosecuted for premarital sex. Religious police conduct random raids of hotels and anyone can also report me to the religious police if they suspect me doing it. I remember going on a trip with my friends to another state. There were guys and girls, and we all stayed in an Airbnb together. I was terrified of handing over my Id to the house owner. During the entire trip, I kept thinking that the religious police will come and get me.
  6. This is the one that hurts me the most. I cry thinking about this every time. I can't marry or have children of my own. Who I marry has to convert to Islam and has to pretend just like I have my whole life. And if I have any children, they will automatically be Muslims, they won't have a choice. And they'll be subjected to everything I gone through from point 1 to point 5.

In conclusion, I just want freedom. That's it. I don't care if a person is a Muslim. That's up to them, I genuinely don't care. I just wish I can believe in anything I want. It doesn't harm anybody.

This is why I wish reincarnation was real, if I had a choice, I'd like to be reborn as a human again. Of course, in a normal country, not one where there's no freedom of religion. At the same time, I also look on the bright side, at least I wasn't born in Iran or North Korea right? Ahhahaha


4.u/huianxin summarizes the history of sushi in the United States to explain why Molly Ringwald eating sushi for lunch would be seen as snobbish in 1985's The Breakfast Club.

Upvotes: 5k

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I have not seen The Breakfast Club to fully understand the context of the scene. Moreover most of my studies regarding food history lie in East Asia, but I can offer some comments on sushi in America. Sushi in the 1980's would still be considered a meal for an occasion, perhaps not as common a meal for the American culinary vocab as it is nowadays, sitting alongside staples such as pizza or tacos with its accessibility through restaurant takeouts or supermarket trays. Certainly, having a decently priced item such as sushi for high school lunch would draw the comments of fellow students.


Japanese food only began to become part of the public American conscious around the 1960's. Following the postwar economic boom years and America's involvement with rebuilding efforts, Japanese culture on a whole began to make waves in America. The worldwide civil unrest of the 60's allowed for American attitudes to broaden and diversify, by the 70's cosmopolitan and consumerist culture meant many educated and upper class families could afford to pursue more adventurous foods. The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 allowed for, as its name suggest, more immigration and thus an increase in diversity. This then allowed for ethnic restaurants to open up, sometimes catering to ethnic communities but also for the local populace as well. While there wasn't as big of an immigration of Japanese as other groups during this time, the broadening of palates made the way for sushi to make its mark.


From the 1970's to the 1980's, areas of sushi consumption such as Los Angeles and New York saw the number of Japanese restaurants increase by as much as a factor of ten. Nationwide, in the 1990's to 2000's, this number increased 400 percent.


Raw fish was not the norm of the America diet, and appropriately was considered strange and exotic. However, increasing attention to health and diet as well the connotation of higher class food allowed sushi to draw a certain appeal. This paired with other avenues of cultural imports, period films from renowned artists like Kurosawa and the popular Shogun miniseries marked keen interest towards Japan. Within America's informal empire, Japan was a close partner. Cooperation and economic growth made the former wartime adversary into a respected global power.

Japanese aesthetics too were see as high class, refined, and cleanly designed, which only added to the sense of upscale participation in foreign cultures. Food writers and critiques could draw upon cliched imagery of the imagined premodern Japan to paint the exotic and foreign factors of sushi’s ingredients, preparation, and presentation. For example, Phyllis Richman wrote,

“sushi are highly developed examples of the art of simplicity, of such beauty that it can be appreciated even in the abstract."


“You feel neither stuffed nor hungry. And definitely serene.”

Reviewers of Washington's premier Samurai Sushiko restaurant saw comments like:

“an occasion of purity and subtlety, of contrasting sharpness and intensity, almost a ceremony”


“like eating in the middle of a Japanese brush painting” or “a small museum of Japanese arts.”

Another Post writer likened sushi as:

“an edible ikebana. A haiku in seaweed and translucent flesh.”

Karen Kenyon wrote on the San Diego restaurant Samurai:

“Walking into Samurai is like walking into a Zen poem... the feeling of harmony [that] exists in the balance of the Samurai warrior figure and the Japanese Geisha doll who stand and wait on opposite sides of the entry.”

Philadelphia food writer Elaine Tait described her meal at a Japanese restaurant as:

“serenely beautiful as a placid, lily-covered pond.”

All this romanticized imagery of the sushi experience tantilized the middle and upper class Americans. Etiquette to had to be followed as much as one might do in a proper French or Italian restaurant. Manuals described the proper ways of eating sushi. Jeffrey Carmel of the Christian Science Monitor in 1983 wrote:

“Before venturing into a sushi restaurant, it is a good idea to learn some sushi etiquette to avoid embarrassing yourself with soy-sauce-soaked rice balls disintegrating in your fingers and fish falling all over the place.”

Post critic Melissa Davis wrote of her experience"

“The Japanese think it is very funny if you try to bite sushi in half. It is rather like watching someone attack a Big Mac with a knife and fork. Not exactly gauche or rude, but amusingly ignorant. The first time I had sushi, the owner of the restaurant rushed frantically towards me and in sign language showed me how I was doing it all wrong.”

Diners could avoid such scenarios and show off their cultural capital and knowledge by "properly" eating sushi, dipping the sushi in a shallow dish of soy sauce, fish side down, and placing the whole morsel in their mouths.

Japanese food that was known to Americans prior to the explosion of sushi would have been cooked foods, such as teriyaki, tempura, sukiyaki, and the like. By understanding Japanese cuisine as grilled, broiled, boiled, or fried beef, chicken, and seafood, Japanese food was more relatable for the average American. Cookbooks thus omitted mentions of raw fish or sushi. Sushi then stood out and became prominent because it was so unlike any other food. It was raw, colorful, and embodied some premium aesthetic not found in most foods.

Eating sushi became a way to distinguish oneself, to let others see and know your education, economic standing, and openness to new ideas and cultures. In other words, you might be considered a sophisticated individual for daring to eat raw fish, at least, that's what many would have wanted to have been thought as. Poking fun at the consumerist class, The Yuppie Handbook listed sashimi among its “Things Yuppies Eat for Lunch.” Food Historian Lisa Heldke said:

“By sampling a cuisine none of your friends has tasted, you accumulate a bit of sophistication that you can bank, and invest later in a social situation in which it is important to raise your stature.”

To return to The Breakfast Club, Andrew C. McKevitt writes:

Like the other Japanese goods in this book, by the 1980s sushi not only had established a noticeable material presence across the United States but also had entered the American popular imagination. John Hughes’s iconic 1980s teen drama The Breakfast Club used sushi to highlight class distinctions among its detention-bound students. The snobbish wealthy girl explains to the troublemaking boy that she’s eating sushi—“rice, raw fish, and seaweed”— and the working-class delinquent responds churlishly, “You won’t accept a guy’s tongue in your mouth, and you’re going to eat that?” Hughes used the scene to demonstrate the expanding global cosmopolitanism of wealthy Americans, even to poke fun at the quickness with which the upper class adopts chic cultural fads, and to contrast it with the provincial sensibilities of working-class Americans.

All this points to illustrate the position of sushi in the 1970's and 80's, a high class exotic food that captured the imagination and romanization of the foreign and fanciful Japan. Sushi marked your class, both in the sense of sophistication and the socio-economic position. Since then however, sushi has steadily climbed down the ladder of social hierarchy. More restaurants, competition, and the creation of American sushi such as sushi burritos, california rolls, tempura sushi, and other curious items has pushed sushi into a more everyday sort of meal. While high class sashimi and omakase restaurants still exist, one can find a package of sushi even at convenience stores and supermarkets. Interestingly enough, Japanese officials have become "horrified with the liberties taken with their food overseas", so much that the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries created a “Japanese Restaurant Authentication Plan” for the 50,000 some sushi restaurants around the world. Agricultural minister Toshikatsu Matsuoka said:

"What we are seeing now are restaurants that pretend to offer Japanese cooking but are really Korean, Chinese or Filipino,” adding, with no intended irony, “We must protect our food culture.”

Indeed, most sushi and Japanese restaurants in the United States are not owned or staffed by Japanese, but instead of other Asians/Asian Americans. While the authentication program was abandoned over poor media coverage, it shows the changes in sushi landscape from the initial exotic luxury connotations of 70's and 80's to popular global staples of our present day. Much much more can be said about both sushi history and how it symbolizes and reflects the interactions of culture and Asian identity, but for now this should answer the question about the scene in The Breakfast Club.


5.u/Erur-Dan perfectly captures the clientele and atmosphere of Outback Steakhouse

Upvotes: 4,5k

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Applebee's and Chili's are the restaurants of sadness and apathy. The emotion of Outback is rage.

You're a 53 year old father of two working in commercial truck leasing. You've been working your ass off to repay the vacation money you took from the college fund, and you've been neglecting the wife. You want to give her a nice meal. She likes that guy from animal planet what got shish-kabobed by a stingray, so why not outback? You've been everywhere else in the last few years.


She wants to spend eight American dollars on an onion, and you let her because the fucking point of the night is to make her happy, but you can't fucking stand it. The cheapest fucking vegetable in the world and she thinks it's god damn special.


You both get steak. Your first bite tastes fine, but you keep chewing. You again continue chewing. You're genuinely confused by the amount of gristle still in your mouth. What few grains of beef that manage to slip out are more an insult than a reward. What the fuck are you supposed to do with the fucking gristle? You fake a cough and drop the wad of gristle on the ground so the wife doesn't complain about it being on your plate. That's when you see. She's staring at you. She doesn't know what to do with her own gristle, and she's noticed you somehow don't have gristle. Whatever she decides you did, you know you're not getting your blow job this month.


The smug prick of a waiter offers you desert. It's probably some dumbass name like Kangaroo cheesecake, but you don't hear a word of it. The wife orders one for each of you. You drive home. She thanks you for taking her out. She goes to bed. You get a beer and turn on Fox News. You hear her softly crying, and you're just too fucking tired to care anymore. Maybe she'll fuck that guy from church again and get a little happiness in her life. All you know for sure is that Outback steakhouse should be burned to the ground.


6.u/The_Lonely_Satirist guts the arguments of The Right regarding the Capitol Insurrection

Upvotes: 4,1k

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I am tired of the bad faith arguments, the false equivalencies, the utter denial and deflection tactics, the double standards, the radicalization, the vague generalizations and stigmatizing, and the incapability of the conservative party, nay the just plain refusal of them to see the forest through the trees.

Right now, conservatives are parroting the talking point, "but but but BLM! ANTIFA! THE LEFT! THEY INCITED RIOTS OVER THE SUMMER!" or they are hedging their bets on the basis of some interpretation of Trump's speech on January 6th.

This isn't just about one speech.


Putting aside the fact that the talking point that attempts to shift blame towards democrats in some sort of justification for what occurred on January 6th basically amounts to "two wrongs make a right" (it doesn't), let's put an end to this altogether. The infinitesimally small percentage of riots that occurred over the summer relative to the protests did not hinge on the words of any political leader, any democrat, any fucking tweet or speech. Those riots occurred at the hands of criminals who had no political motivation what so ever, they weren't checking their fucking smart phones for the latest social media blast from Kamala Harris or Joe Biden, or Bernie Sanders, or AOC or Barack Obama, they acted purely out of their own self interests to vandalize, loot, and commit acts of violence. That is the truth. They did not brandish their Biden flags or their liberal banners that wrapped around their necks and were worn like capes. They did not sport their democrat garb or proclaim to represent one party or another. These were apolitical criminals. Plain and simple.


Now let's take a look at January 6th. The storming on the capitol was perpetrated by those representing president Trump, those who listened to him spout baseless lies and conspiracy theories, those that hung on his every word via Trump's twitter rants, his rallies, his speeches and Fox News interviews. They waved their Trump flags, carried their Trump banners and chanted his fucking name. take Trump out of the equation, take away his hateful divisive rhetoric, take away his fearmongering propaganda, take away his lies for the past four years, for the months leading up to the election and the months thereafter and you have NO ATTACK ON THE CAPITOL ON JANUARY 6th. This is the part where we see the forest through the trees. It's objectively clear why they were there, why they did what they did. Without Trump and his rhetoric the storming of the capitol never happens. Without some cherry picked comments taken out of context from democrats like Nancy Pelosi, Kamala Harris and company, the riots over the summer still happen. PERIOD.


This is so painfully obvious. It's why ashamed conservatives like Rand Paul and Josh Hawley, the cowards they are refused to watch the video in the senate that showed Trump supporters breaking into the capitol, in Trump's name, chanting "hang Mike Pence", shouting "we're listening to TRUMP", beating officers with an American flag, telling eachother to "take their gun and shoot them with it", treasonously taking over the house floor, mobbing the halls of the capitol, vandalizing, smearing their shit on the walls, calling out for democrats, ready at all costs to give any congressmen a thrashing or far far worse. Ready to "drag them out by their necks" and execute them, hang them from an erected gallows. Trump's role he played in January 6th is clear, it's clear to Republicans in the senate who shamefully turn away and will later attempt to justify it, but yet here we are, receiving false equivalencies, bad faith arguments, and whataboutisms from those that would seek to completely deny accountability. Blaming democrats through sweeping generalizations for something they are in no way responsible for and denying Trump's culpability for the attacks on the capitol. Denying the fact that many of Trump's supporters were indeed lied to, manipulated, exploited and brainwashed by a consistent barrage of lies, conspiracies, fearmongering propaganda and misinformation for not just months, but YEARS, and it led to a culture and a movement of vitriol, polarization, hate, violence, extremism, conspiracies, victimhood, denial, but more importantly, it led to the storming of the capitol.


7.u/jb3108 explains why law firms (and other professional services) inevitably drive their staff to overwork and burnout - the billable hour.

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I was about to rant about the fact that these days the AFR is at best churning out contentless clickbait and at worst acting as a shill for abusive employers and their shit cunt practices but instead I'll write what Mr Barolsky should have. Keep in mind I'm writing this from the perspective of a jaded, but (somehow) not burnt out, corporate lawyer.


To understand why the legal profession is so hard on its members you have to understand the business of law. Law firms, like most professional services firms, are pyramid schemes. Lawyers sell their time at an hourly rate. Sometimes those hourly rates are very high but regardless of the rate, time does not scale as a commodity and it never will. There are 24 hours in a day, and every one of those 24 hours you spend working is one hour less that you get to spend, ya know, living.


So, if you're a seasoned lawyer who sells his time at $1000/hr, how do you increase the profitability of your practice? Your hourly rate is already as high as the market for your services will allow and you can't sustainably bill more than 10 hours a day. Some lawyers in less regulated jurisdictions have come up with creative ways to bill for the value they bring to their clients that breaks away from the billable hours model, but for most the only way to increase the profitability of their practice without cutting out essential activities like sleeping, shitting and sacrificing goats at midnight is to profit from other lawyers selling their time.


That brings us to the concept of the "fee earner". You know that scene in the Matrix where Morpheus explains what humans are by reference to a Duracell battery? That's what a fee earner is, except rather than harvesting energy from humans for the consumption of machines, law firms harvest billable hours from their fee earners and sell them for cash.


Your time on this earth is the only commodity that your firm sells. More than that, it is the only commodity it can sell. This all sounds simple but there's a big catch in that there are only 4 ways a law firm can increase its profit margins: (1) increase hourly rates, (2) reduce the amount fee earners are paid, (3) reduce overheads (i.e. take resources away from your fee earners and make them do more with less) or (4) increase the number of hours per day that fee earners bill. If we assume firms will generally charge the highest hourly rate the market will allow (and they do), every means of maximising profitability available to a law firm is counteractive to the interests of its employees.


Where businesses in other industries have significant opportunity to increase their profitability without diminishing the working conditions of their employees (for example, through technological innovation, IP development, capital gains or supply chain optimisation), law firms maximise their profit by maximising the amount of hours per day that each fee earner bills and minimising overheads.


A law firm reaches optimal profitability when every fee earner is billing 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Of course, that is impossible but from a balance sheet perspective every hour per day that a fee earner is not billing is wasted. In other words, it is in a law firm's commercial interests for you to be overworked, underpaid and under-resourced, and that is an inescapable feature of the billable hour.

I'm not saying the problem is unique to law, plenty of companies in other industries abuse their staff, but in law firms fee earners are both staff and product. I can think of no other profession where commercial interests are so diametrically opposed to health and wellbeing.


A car manufacturer can increase its profit per product by using cheaper materials, automating more of the production line or improving its processes to reduce wasted resources. Those things all have consequences, but the car doesn't have sentient thoughts, feelings and a biologically limited number of days on this planet.


The billable hour is problematic not only because it's antiquated and doesn't properly measure the value of services provided, but also because as an economic model it positions human wellbeing antithetically to the profit motive.

Anyway, that's my rant, I will forward my bill for the 8 units I spent writing it later cunts.

Edit: I should clear up some misconceptions since this was written for Australian lawyers and it seems we have plenty of blow-ins here.


First, billable hours and timesheets are obviously not unique to law but there are several features unique to the billable hour for lawyers (and probably for accountants working on time-based billing as well) which are not true for, say, management consultants. In management consulting you're usually delivering a product or project for a fixed or variable price, and timesheets are mostly used internally to track time spent on a given project. The product you are selling to the client, though, is not the billable hour itself.

Second, inaccurate or fraudulent billing is one of the leading causes of lawyers being sanctioned or struck off (or disbarred, as our yank mates would say). It's not so common with corporate clients but in practice areas where most clients are individuals paying the bill out of their own pocket, you can bet they'll scrutinise every bill closely.


Third, yes, doctors have patients and there might be a financial incentive to see more patients in a day to increase profit margin but patients are corporeal. They will not come to see you at 1am (unless you're an emergency doctor, in which case you're not paid per patient anyway). It's apples and oranges.


Finally, law firm partners/management squeezing their associates for billable hours are not necessarily doing anything other than attempting to maximise the profitability of their business. At least on a macro level, it's not that they hate their associates and want to grind them into dust (although, in some cases they might). All business should try to increase their profits, that's how a market economy works but, at least in Australia, law firms attempting to transact in any medium other than billable hours often face heavy resistance from regulators and clients.


8.u/kaenneth explains why in Japanese having two commentators is preferred more than one.

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The way it was explained to me decades ago is that Japanese is more of a 'dialog' language, because the form of speech varies depending on your relationship with the person you are talking to, it works better with having two known people go back and forth than having the the speaker addressing the camera, using the wrong form of speech.


I learned this working on software localization, where we had to scrub a product of every place where it said 'you' like "You click the Start button to open the menu." because addressing the user was difficult to translate.


That's why they talk to each other instead of the audience.

Again, that's how it was explained to me by someone knowledgeable, so I don't have a citation, maybe someone else has a better explanation.


9.u/stevenjackson121 explains how developers can handle people who want to develop an app with you.

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I had so many of those in college. I enjoyed them actually and classmates would happily refer anyone who asked them to me, instead of shooting down their friends personally. Conversations usually went like this:


"I have a great idea, I just need you to develop it. "

"Great! Development is what I'm good at, if you're good at everything else we'll make a good team. So what's the basic idea?"

"It will be like XXX but for YYY"

"That sounds like it could be a viable idea. Are you sure no one has done that?"

"Of course, its my own original total great idea"

"I think the basic idea is solid, but can you explain what differentiates your product from AAA?"

"Whats AAA?"

"AAA claims to be XXX but for YYY. You said your idea is original and no one has done it, so I know it must be different. Can you explain the difference?"

"Uh well AAA looks like it only has an Android App, we'll do Android and iOS"

"They list iOS as 'coming soon', and have a fully functional app on one platform already along with assets and presumably a backend which will be reusable for the iOS version, and since they have an existing user base and we don't, a tie in time to market basically means they win. If your only differentiator is being available on more platforms sooner, you must be ready to make a large capital investment to try to beat them there. I believe in you and will work as development lead for only stock options, but we honestly need a team to catch up. With 5 experienced developers @100k per year $500k should get the development team through the first year. I'll let you worry about the details on the marketing and design side, but going against an established product probably means similar investments there too. How quickly can you get $1,000,000 together so we can get started?"

"... Actually i had another idea that I think might be even better..."

"Awesome, whats the basic idea?"

<repeat until they give up and go away>


10.u/CCtenor breaks down the levels on which sexist comments work

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It’s funny to speculate, but it wouldn’t work. Men and women face different struggles, so the jokes that are derogatory towards women would probably be a lot of men’s dream.


“Go chop some lumber. Go fix my car. Get back in the wood shop and make me some furniture”.

I can personally say “absolutely, the fuck, yes”. I’d leap at the opportunity to not have to do office work so I could instead be “forced” to use my time woodworking and machining. Don’t get me wrong, I like my work just fine, but I’m much more engaged with directly creative tasks than I am office work. Hell, my response to “get back in the kitchen” would be “don’t threaten me with a good time”. One of the reasons I’m happy with my job is that, when I can finally move out, it should let me keep a fully stocked pantry, and a kitchen with quality tools, so I can make my own food on my own terms. I love the process of cooking, and if somebody told me I was too stupid to do office work and belonged in the kitchen, then decided to completely subsidize my lifestyle so all I had to do was cook, well

Never interrupt your enemy while he’s making a mistake

This post focuses on the insult itself as a direct way of denigrating people, not what the insult means. Being condemned to the kitchen is offensive to women because they struggle to be take seriously in the work place. Women are more than dishwashers and homemakers.


However, many men are condemned for showing emotion and following more creative pursuits. If you told a guy to “go home and fucking knit, you’re not meant to do office work”, and that guy loved knitting, you’d probably actually be validating his desires.


So, directly flipping this insult on it’s head doesn’t work because it misses the point. Condemning women to the kitchen to make a sandwich is demeaning because it invalidates women and their desire to be seen as equal people. Condemning a man to the garage or lumberyard would, for many guys, be welcome permission to likely do many things we already like to do.

You want to properly flip this insult around?


“Stop messing with your kids and go back to the office. You’re not supposed to care for kids, you’re supposed to bring home the bread. You’re not emotionally capable of properly interacting with, and raising, children.”

EDIT: well, shit, I didn’t think I’d be able to do this good a job at explaining myself. I’m glad people are finding this helpful.


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Every question has an answer, and Google proves it. Whether it's interesting what the weather is like outside or if koalas are bears, Google answers. In the list of top questions that start with "Are", there are many interesting questions. People are curious and want to know as many things as possible. The internet generates answers to all our questions. It is very useful and fast, you just have to enter your question on the search bar. The questions are so diverse and sometimes unconventional that they are worth seeing. All the more so as we have all the answers collected.


It seems that today, Google has all the answers in the world. To all our possible questions.

2020 searches are performed on several categories. The lists were created using a combination of several services and tools that give us a detailed picture of global and regional search trends.


Most of the data comes from Google Trends, a public service that shows the volume of searches across different geographic regions, time periods, and terms used. Here is the list of top questions sought with "Who" with answers from Bemorepanda.


1.Are banks open on veterans day

As Veterans Day is observed as a Federal public holiday, in the U.S, banks will remain closed on November 11 and will reopen on November 12, according to the Federal Reserve. While most of the banks organization will be closed, but ATMs will still be functional, available for cash withdrawals.


2.Are you the one

Are You the One?, sometimes abbreviated as AYTO?, is an American reality television series on MTV, in which young singles try to find love. A group of men and women are secretly paired into couples by producers, via a matchmaking algorithm. Then, while living together, the contestants try to identify all of these "perfect matches." If they succeed, the entire group shares a prize of up to $1 million. All couples in the first seven seasons were male-female, while in the eighth season a contestant's match could be someone of any gender.


3.Are we there yet

Are We There Yet? is a 2005 American family comedy film directed by Brian Levant. It was written by Steven Gary Banks, Claudia Grazioso, J. David Stem, and David N. Weiss based on a story by Banks and Grazioso. Ice Cube stars alongside Nia Long, Aleisha Allen, Philip Daniel Bolden, Jay Mohr, and Tracy Morgan.


4.Are banks open today

When federal holidays fall on Saturday, as is the case this year with Independence Day, the Fed's policy is to keep all of its banks and branches open on Friday and closed the following Monday. 


5.Are koalas bears

The koala or, inaccurately, koala bear (Phascolarctos cinereus) is an arboreal herbivorous marsupial native to Australia. It is the only extant representative of the family Phascolarctidae and its closest living relatives are the wombats, which are members of the family Vombatidae. The koala is found in coastal areas of the mainland's eastern and southern regions, inhabiting Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia.


6.Are you sleeping

The baby is still asleep, and all his animal friends want to try and wake him up. What do you think they should try next?


7.Are you afraid of the dark

Are You Afraid of the Dark? is a Canadian horror anthology television series that was on YTV and Nickelodeon. It aired from 1990 to 1996, and for a second run from 1999 to 2000.


8.Are eggs protein

Eggs are pretty much synonymous with protein in the average American diet. Considering how much protein there actually is in an egg—six grams in one large egg and seven in an extra large, per the USDA—it’s understandable that we rely so heavily on the affordable, versatile chicken egg to get our protein. 


9.Are cashews nuts

The cashew seed is often considered a nut in the culinary sense; this cashew nut is eaten on its own, used in recipes, or processed into cashew cheese or cashew butter. Like the tree, the nut is often simply called a cashew.


10.Are schools closed today

Most governments around the world have temporarily closed educational institutions in an attempt to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.


These nationwide closures are impacting hundreds of millions of students. Several other countries have implemented localized closures impacting millions of additional learners.


UNESCO is supporting countries in their efforts to mitigate the immediate impact of school closures, particularly for more vulnerable and disadvantaged communities, and to facilitate the continuity of education for all through remote learning.


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In this difficult time we all have many questions about our safety. We know well the covid effect on the whole earth, but we also feel our inner voice that longs for an ordinary life. We all want to go back to the big concerts, unrestricted travel, crowded beaches and maskless hugs.

We have selected the 5 most frequently asked questions and we offer you an answer. Bemorepanda is ready to inform you about the hottest questions, because many want to know more about the covid vaccine, about travel and other interesting things.

1. Is it safe to fly right now?

As there is a very changing trajectory of Coronavirus infection during this period, flight crews recommend that all passengers be informed in advance of the measures taken by the authorities in the country of destination / transit, in the context of managing and limiting the spread of Coronavirus infection. Coronavirus.

Flight crews use the following sources of information:

The safest information for your travels regarding the evolution of the Coronavirus virus can be found on the WHO (World Health Organization) website

Lately I have seen an increased interest in different destinations, especially for the summer. In fact, we notice a decrease in prices for trips booked for summer in countries such as: Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Sweden, Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece, etc.

We recommend that all travelers take protective measures against Coronavirus (also known as Covid-19).

  • If you are sick or not feeling well, we advise you to postpone your trip.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water (or 60% -90% alcohol) for at least 30 seconds as often as possible.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a napkin or elbow crease when you sneeze or cough.
  • Avoid touching your nose or mouth during the trip.
  • Avoid contact with people who show signs of a cold.
  • Avoid going to crowded places.

Each airport has taken additional precautions to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. These measures may include thermal scanners to identify people with fever, possibly carriers of Coronavirus, dispensers with disinfectant, leaflets with information about Coronavirus and special crews ready to intervene if an aircraft arrives from a contaminated area or a sick passenger is on board a aircraft.

2. Is it safe to travel to Mexico right now?



  • As of March 12, 2020, sanitary controls have been temporarily introduced at all border crossings.

  • Mexico City International Airport is only allowed for those who prove that they are making an essential trip, as the center of the country has re-entered, starting with February 15, 2021 in the orange code of the epidemiological traffic light. Persons unable to prove this shall be rejected at the border and sent back with the first available flight. Foreign nationals who declare that they are entering Mexico for tourist purposes, to get married or for other purposes that are not considered essential (and that can be postponed) are not allowed to enter through this airport.

  • At Cancun International Airport, immigration authorities have imposed much stricter controls as the Riviera Maya tourist area (Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, etc.) has re-entered the orange code of the epidemiological traffic light, and the capacity of hotels, restaurants and sights has been reduced to 50% while beaches, shopping malls and shops can operate at only 30% of capacity.

  • Immigration authorities carry out checks, in collaboration with hotels and airlines, on the firm confirmation and payment of accommodation for the entire period declared by tourists, as well as the return flight to Europe.

  • In order not to have problems boarding return flights, we recommend that you check whether or not the country in which you will stop is listed as one with an epidemiological risk. If that country is one with an epidemiological risk, you will have to present, at the time of stopping and boarding a flight, a negative PCR test (performed a maximum of 72 hours before) or the medical certificate attesting to the vaccination against Covid. (second dose) at least 10 days in advance or a medical certificate showing that you have been infected with Covid-19 and that 14 days have already passed since the infection was confirmed.

3. Is it safe to go to the gym?

Despite all the rules and restrictions imposed by the pandemic, the message to move remains valid if you want to stay healthy. Exercise, whether performed outdoors or indoors, ensures optimal physical and mental health, all the more necessary during this stressful and uncertain period.

Moderate exercise, if practiced regularly, has many benefits for the cardiovascular system, while also helping to strengthen the immune system, which is especially important in the fight against all types of viruses, not just COVID-19. At the same time, research shows that patients infected with the new coronavirus, who suffer from hypertension, diabetes or cerebrovascular or cardiovascular disease, have an increased risk of hospitalization and death. In contrast, physically active people have low levels of inflammatory markers and have a stronger immune response to vaccines, with a lower risk of disease, studies show.

Are you wondering if it is safe for you to return to the physical activities carried out inside the halls? Norwegians who are passionate about sports come with good news if you are a fan of indoor sports. A May-June study in Oslo on the risk of transmitting the new coronavirus found that people who went to the gym (in various places) were not at higher risk of becoming infected or ill compared to those who did not. were. The study, led by Mette Kalager, a clinical epidemiologist at the University of Oslo, involved 4,000 people, none of whom had been tested for COVID-19.

At that time, Norway reported 8309 confirmed cases and 235 deaths. Although the gyms were closed, half of the study participants had the opportunity to train in 5 rooms open especially for this research, respecting the rules of hygiene and social distance, such as disinfecting equipment after each use and maintaining a distance of 2 meters. Over 80% of those in this group went to the gym at least once in the 2 weeks of study and almost 40% went over six times. The other half of the participants were not allowed to go to the gym and continued their lives as usual. After about 2 weeks, both groups were tested for SARS-CoV-2.

None of the participants in the study received a positive result.

That being the case, it doesn't mean the rooms are safe, says Darren Dahly, an epidemiologist at University College Cork. Although no cases of COVID have been reported in this study, we need to find out what happens when infected people, who probably do not have symptoms yet or have mild symptoms - go to the gym and share the locker room with others, experts say. insists that there are risks even if the halls take measures of hygiene and social distance.

4. Is it safe to travel to Florida now?

Florida is not considered a safe place to visit during COVID-19, but not all counties are considered unsafe. Miami, Broward, Hillsborough, Duvall, Orange and Palm Beach are the most contaminated areas at the moment.

Florida remains the third most infected state in the United States since February 16, but the situation has gradually improved over the past few weeks.

Current daily rates have dropped to 5,000-7,000 daily chores in the last 7 days.

The US government is considering a travel ban on Florida, but the latest news and statements from Governor Florida Desantis are unlikely.

In total, Florida recorded 1,830,988 positive cases of COVID-19 infection and 28,934 deaths from the virus. In general, the CDC has taken a very cautious approach to interstate travel since the beginning of the pandemic. In their own words, it is much safer to stay home as long as possible.

Florida has one of the lowest rates of new cases in the country, according to the CDC's COVID-19 data card. This is very safe at this time, do not forget to follow the universal biosecurity instructions (social distancing, wearing masks and avoiding the crowd).

5. Is it safe to get the covid vaccine?

The COVID-19 vaccine will be a tool of major importance to help control the pandemic, along with effective testing and prevention. With several promising candidates working on vaccine development, others under review, but also Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna vaccines approved for use, the road to a safe and effective vaccine has entered a new phase.

The threat posed by COVID-19 to children is enormous, extending far beyond the immediate physical effects of the disease. As pandemic restrictions are maintained or repeatedly enforced, children's access to routine health services can be severely affected, and this, along with the emerging recession, is jeopardizing the future of a generation of children. Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions parents may have about a potential COVID-19 vaccine.

Developing a safe and effective vaccine takes time, but thanks to unprecedented investment in research and development, global cooperation, researchers have been able to develop a vaccine against COVID-19 in record time, based on rigorous evidence and standards. Currently, there are more than 200 candidates working on the development of a vaccine (56 are in the clinical phase and another 166 in the pre-clinical phase). Some of these vaccine candidates are in Phase III clinical trials - the last stage before the vaccine is approved.

Vaccines work by mimicking infectious agents - viruses, bacteria or other microorganisms that can cause a disease. This "teaches" the immune system to respond quickly and efficiently to it. Traditionally, vaccines do this by introducing a minimum dose of an infectious agent that allows our immune system to build a memory about it. In this way, our immune system can recognize it and fight it quickly before we get sick. This is how some variants of COVID-19 vaccines are designed.

Other potential vaccines developed use new approaches: so-called RNA and DNA vaccines. Instead of introducing antigens (a substance that causes the immune system to produce antibodies), RNA and DNA vaccines give our body the genetic code it needs to allow our immune system to produce the antigen itself. For more information on the development of COVID-19 vaccine, please visit WHO and CEPI.

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