Difference between Complements and Compliments:

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Complete is a version of complements. It means to make something whole or complete.

 

I like nice things being told about me so of course there is an I in complIments.

Difference between partition and perdition and petition

 

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“Dustin” – by The Dustin Team: 

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More movie making skills:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKRZn0uS6eA

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Salary negotiation:

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The following are some notes I took in an unemployment workshop. Any misinformation is the fault of the note taker.

  • After you receive a firm offer, give a range between salary figures of what you open to.
  • Someone gives an offer wait 10 seconds does that include my ability to accomplish (power statement. A power statement is one of the key attributes or accomplishments that you stated in your resume.
  • When you get an offer he can respond when you need to know a response
  • A source of range salaries can be provided by Utah State’s workforce. It should also be found on the
  • Follow up on the interview: have a folder with multiple resumes.
  • Get a business card from the person you interview with.
  • Bring with you blank paper envelope. Then at the reception desk write a thank you note and give it to the reception is to deliver to that person. In the card thanking them for the interview. Mention how you can contribute to the success of the company. Reference memorable power statements
  • Present yourself as a problem solver.
  • Follow-up with that interview
  • If you’re going to hell slow down

 

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The atonement:

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Went to a fireside hosted by Gene r Rasmsiesosn , a 70. Here is his counsel about The Atonement.

  • Atonement provides relief from suffering we cause ourselves from sin but also restitution and healing as a result of sin.
  • Matt 18:21-22: how often should I forgive. 7×70. Our very salvation relies upon our ability to forgive.
  • It is our acceptance of the atonement that will save us.
  • Forgiveness is considering the other side of the atonement that will permit others go through repentance.
  • The atonement can heal us from the hurts of others.
  • Mosaic Law: Paul said. That the Mosaic law it is our schoolmaster to bring us to Christ. Christ says I come not to destroy but to fulfill.
  • The law of sacrifice: is a contrite heart. It is one component of the Mosaic Law.
  • Restitution: must make up for the damage the sinner causes.
  • Mosaic Law to protect and respond to the heart of extended victims.
  • Ways the atonement employs the restitution
  • Alma 11:44 Promised everything will be restored to its perfect frame. Lord promises us all he has.
  • Forgive others: it a sign of faith in the atonement and promise that the saver’s sacrifice that will satisfy our debt but also others debt.
  • Forgiveness does not mean the sin against but maximize Gods atonement. It makes us whole.
  • Reason we can let get us that that savior makes us whole.
  • The greater harm that is set against us the greater is the atonement.
  • The greater sinner will love the lord more because the greater use of the atonement used on his behalf.
  • Application of the restitution:
  • Mosiah 3:
  • We are not held acct. for the sins of others.
  • When we think of the atonement we think of our relationship with god. We tend to think of the atonement is related to your sins.it promotes our recognition that the person we have harmed needs to be restored who was hurt from our sins.
  • Our peace comes with the promised to restore the bank account of the people we love.

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John Adams Boston Massacre Courtroom:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2nzwbkj9TU

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Spelling Serpent:

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Good: serpent

Bad: surpant

 

Serpent has two E which can look like two EyEs of a sErpEnt.

 

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Spellbound Short Film by Ying Wu & Lizzia Xu:

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Enjoy some video talent

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_B2UZ_ZoxU

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How to tell fresh fish for cooking:

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Here are a couple of notes, compliments of a video by chef Todd MOhr.

  • Fish should have clear eyes. The clearer the eye the fresher the fish.
  • The flesh under the gills needs to be redder than older fish. The brighter red gills represent fresher fish.
  • Rub your finger against the scales. they should be tight and intact. If the scales come off on your finger, they are not the fresh.
  • Fresh fish should smell like salty and fresh.
  • A fish shop that smells fresh and like the ocean. It shows a shop that has fish that are turned over quickly and thus are usually fresh.
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Journaling advice for creative people:

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  • Carry it everywhere go.
  • Good for if you create every day.
  • It has everything except for really big rants.
  • Use my journal to document story seeds.
  • Instead of playing on phone thing of a 3 words story. Use it for planning.
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Spelling tomatoes:

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Good: Tomatoes

Bad: Tomoatoes

 

You don’t eat tomatoes in a moat. Sound it o and ToMaaTOES pronounced. Cherry tomatoes can be as small as toes.

 

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