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 <kevin_db1サンの>『給料貰いながら、雇用主批判は…』の意見に対して、『雇用主は国民…』に私も同意見と申し上げ、給料は、どこから出ているのか、お忘れですか?…とお尋ねしたのです。ohtanobumasa さんの今の事ではないです。






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 レディー・ガガ、まぶたに目を書いて会見に登場 「日本に住みたい」







 ・・・shyness and introversion -- or more precisely, the careful, sensitive temperament from which both often spring -- are not just normal. They are valuable. And they may be essential to the survival of our species. ・・・
 Introverts, who tend to digest information thoroughly, stay on task, and work accurately, earn disproportionate numbers of National Merit Scholarship finalist positions and・・・even though their I.Q. scores are no higher than those of extroverts. Another study, by the psychologists・・・, <as far as> knowledge of 20 different subjects <are concerned>, from art to astronomy to statistics,・・・the introverts knew more than the extroverts about 19 subjects -- presumably,・・・because the more time people spend socializing, the less time they have for learning.
 ・・・many of the most creative people in a range of fields are introverts who are comfortable working in solitary conditions in which they can focus attention inward.・・・
 Shy children are often easier to socialize and more conscientious・・・
  By 7 they’re more likely to be described by their parents as having high levels of moral traits such as empathy. ・・・
 Another advantage sitters bring to leadership is a willingness to listen to and implement other people’s ideas.・・・


 ・・・Mexicans don’t believe in the efficacy of collective action. They shy away from confrontation and are too accepting of a corrupt status quo. That mind-set may have made sense when the country was dominated by a dictatorship and a vast majority of citizens struggled merely to survive. But since 1994 Mexico has enjoyed a flawed but functioning democracy and a growing middle class. Its future holds promise. As Castaneda persuasively argues, however, in order to realize that future, Mexicans will need to leave their old ways behind. ・・・



 ・・・ two years into Obama's administration, "nearly 200 of his biggest donors have landed plum government jobs and advisory posts, won federal contracts worth millions of dollars for their business interests or attended numerous elite White House meetings and social events." Especially likely to be rewarded are "bundlers," fundraisers who collect contributions from many individuals.
 "Nearly 80% of those who collected more than $500,000 for Obama took 'key administration posts,' as defined by the White House," the report said. "More than half the ambassador nominees who were bundlers raised more than half a million." (Twenty-four bundlers have been appointed ambassadors).
 <Although n>ot every bundler appointed to an important position is unqualified・・・<a>s the candidate of hope and change, Obama should have turned off the patronage machine. Instead, he revved it up.


 The British government wasn’t terribly keen on submarines before the second world war. It even tried to have them outlawed by international treaty, but France insisted they were the perfect weapon for a smaller naval power and frustrated British attempts to ban them. It was a good thing they did too, because,・・・the Battle of Britain was won not only in the air but beneath the waves of the North Sea.
 In spring 1940, British submarines were given the task of sinking Scandinavian merchant ships supplying Nazi Germany with vital raw materials; when the Germans decided to invade Norway, these same submarines were suddenly on the front line. Their torpedoes sank several troop ships, drowned hundreds of German soldiers and crippled key enemy warships.
 It was an impressive performance by this unloved branch of the Royal Navy, and discouraged the Germans from launching any further seaborne invasions. It did not, however, stop German aircraft attacking submarines caught on the surface, and Britain’s submariners paid a heavy price.・・・
 As the war progressed, submarines were being lost at the same rate they were being built, with casualty rates of 50 per cent. Because the government had never been that keen on them, British submarines suffered from a lack of funding and were poorly equipped, with inadequate radios and guns and a constant shortage of torpedoes. Trained to fire salvos of six, many commanders had to get lucky with one torpedo per target.・・・


 ・・・British opinion during the American Civil War was sharply divided. Support for the North was strong among those who abhorred slavery, an institution that Parliament had succeeded in abolishing decades earlier. The antislavery movement in Britain, led by the crusading William Wilberforce, had eliminated the practice throughout the British Empire a quarter century before the bombardment of Fort Sumter in 1861. But British business interests and many Foreign Office types supported the Confederacy because they feared that if the United States remained united, and continued to grow as fast as it had been growing, it would soon eclipse Britain as a world power. In addition, some English aristocrats felt a bond of identity with Southern planters, who constituted a kind of landed aristocracy.・・・
 Pro-Confederate sentiment particularly ruled in Conservative Party circles, where it was hoped that, if the United States became the Disunited States, the idea of democracy would be discredited. ・・・


 ・・・Piracy in particular is shown to have surprisingly intimate connections with the origins of a profit-driven, Protestant British identity following the Reformation -- especially when the captured vessels carried Spanish gold.・・・


 ・・・straight women at their peak period of fertility are far more accurate than non-ovulaters at sussing out who's gay and who's not just by looking at a man's face.・・・
 Finally, researchers went a step further, asking half the female subjects to read a sexy story in order to "induce reproductive thinking" before repeating the previous two experiments with both groups. The women who'd read the tale -- a hokey-sounding beach romance about meeting a handsome guy on an island — were even more successful at predicting sexual orientation than the control group, an outcome that Rule says proves that women's brains are evolutionarily primed for mating during ovulation.・・・
 <既に、排卵期の女性は男の顔を覚える能力が高まるってことが分かっていたんだね。 また、昨年には排卵期の女性は父親に寄り付かなくなる傾向があることが分かった。近親相姦を避けようとするってわけだ。↓>
 Previous research has found that women are quicker to identify a man's face than a woman's face near ovulation; subsequent analysis divined that the opposite held true for lesbians: they were faster to pick out a woman's face. Last year, another study・・・found that ovulating women are half as likely to call their dads. Why? Because incestuous relationships are more likely to produce problematic offspring, women are unconsciously shunning pop at their most fertile time of the month.・・・