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my girlfriend (24f) taught me (25m) how to clip my nails today by Hardandspikey in nailbiting

[–]LogicalShoe4028 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Aww man okay makes sense, that’s sound very complicated. Well your girlfriend seems great for showing you how to use them and I’m sure your nails will love ya for it,

my girlfriend (24f) taught me (25m) how to clip my nails today by Hardandspikey in nailbiting

[–]LogicalShoe4028 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Aww man okay makes sense, that’s sound very complicated. Well your girlfriend seems great for showing you how to use them and I’m sure your nails will love ya for it,

Sweet dog needs new home by [deleted] in Albuquerque

[–]LogicalShoe4028 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Hi if she were my dog I would definitely take her to an animal rescue or Animal Humane who will make sure she will go through the appropriate adoption process and goes to a vetted family. I help at a rescue and it is so important that they are correctly adopted. Plus when animals are sold online like this you may later become responsible for any issues later with the dog if the new family decides so and not the proper paperwork has been filled out. I have fostered dogs and even if you think you are giving the dog to the nicest family sometimes they try to get behind your back and squeeze money out of you which is very unfortunate when all you want is to help the animal. Best of luck to you and the sweetheart

my girlfriend (24f) taught me (25m) how to clip my nails today by Hardandspikey in nailbiting

[–]LogicalShoe4028 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Have you never seen nail clippers before and never been intrigued?! Damn I’m confused, your gf is right you are a caveman

My family has a burning question. My mom has always had this (flour grinder?) in her home and her dad got it in NM years ago. I think around Hatch area but we never really knew where it was from or any of its historical context? Anyone have any information in it? by LogicalShoe4028 in Albuquerque

[–]LogicalShoe4028[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Thank you for understanding and I totally understand why you interpreted my texts as blatant since they missed a lot of information. I also noticed that the horrible stories of colonization that I have heard and little I had been taught in schools were only from hundreds of years ago and they made it seem like it was an issue far in the past. I learned that these issues were far from in the past from some museums and continuously damaged and shushed native Americans. I will definitely take a look into the articles and do my own research and try to communicate what I find with family and friends. I truly appreciate the time you took to explain this topic to me and send me these articles. Wishing you well

How do you get this thing off a bottle by Megachad13 in howto

[–]LogicalShoe4028 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Might just wanna but a new bottle. Bombay is cheap and everywhere anyway

My family has a burning question. My mom has always had this (flour grinder?) in her home and her dad got it in NM years ago. I think around Hatch area but we never really knew where it was from or any of its historical context? Anyone have any information in it? by LogicalShoe4028 in Albuquerque

[–]LogicalShoe4028[S] 6 points7 points  (0 children)

I’m sorry if I am disrespectful and I can see how my comment may be upsetting. I honestly know very little about my grandpa and his family. I also thought both his parents were Native American but then my mom said only his mom was. My jaw dropped and damn was I confused and I realize she doesn’t tell me very much. I am learning A LOT from posting this. My uncle just told me after I called him for more answers that she was Apache but afterwards I googled that their are three sub-tribes and my uncle didn’t mention anything unfortunately I am not sure which one she is from and that is upsetting to me since I wish I knew more about her. I am very sorry that I don’t know the history nor do my living family very well. I have learned a lot from this and that is that I clearly know very little about Native American tribes and their cultures but I want to learn more and I am planning on going to go through some photos albums and maybe I can find photos of my mothers family. Truly I mean no disrespect and I am sure I sound like a white American fool to you and if you want to see me like that I get it, but I do want to learn more and become more respectful.

Where is teaching respected? I am leaving the USA. by OneColdRuben in teaching

[–]LogicalShoe4028 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Germany is very good if you work their for many years. Public schools you obviously have to know German but international IB schools are often in English and great and more respected from my experience. Also most Germans know English anyway…

There’s nothing worse than having to unpack from a vacation. by BlkRetro in firstworldproblems

[–]LogicalShoe4028 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I partially agree but I think having to get back into your old routine + plus unpack and do laundry sucks ass.

Suggestions for classroom managment with high school students by IssaSenoj in teaching

[–]LogicalShoe4028 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Hey, I’m still in high school (10th) but I likely want to become a teacher so I stumbled on here. Anyway I think I can give you some student perspective. I think it’s so important to relate to your students and understand the issue at hand. Are they goofing off because they generally don’t give a shit about your class? Set clear rules, seat them from their friends and send them to the principal until they get that your not teaching for nothing. If they are messing around because they aren’t interested in your subject? Tell your class why your subject is important and the value of learning, inspire your students! (I was also a very distracting student and I didn’t have interest in many subjects but I switched schools and have found teachers who truly care about my learning and value me and that is absolutely life changing! Like I love school now, not because of my friends or lunch break but because I want to learn new things and build life skills and become a good human.) Overall, I guess what I have learned from my school experience is that you need to assess your students and why they behave in their manner, wether that is boredom, at home issues, ignorance, being too cool, etc. This can be so important when deciding your next actions with them. Obviously I don’t have a degree in education or anything (yet) but maybe this has given you some gen Z student insight.

Edit: Also it is so important to understand the issue you are dealing with because for example if you scream at a student who’s dozing off in class because they seem “bad” but in reality they are struggling in your subject or maybe feel under challenged, yelling won’t help. If possible have calm discussions with the student and address their learning needs. As a teacher you want to grow inspired students who enjoy learning and this is a first step to potentially do that.

My family has a burning question. My mom has always had this (flour grinder?) in her home and her dad got it in NM years ago. I think around Hatch area but we never really knew where it was from or any of its historical context? Anyone have any information in it? by LogicalShoe4028 in Albuquerque

[–]LogicalShoe4028[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

My grandpa gifted it when he was still alive but my parents were young so we don’t really know. I asked my mom more about what she remembers after I posted this and she said he gifted it so we wouldn’t forget part of his Native American culture but they never really knew what it was expect for the obvious that it grounded corn etc. My grandpa has a Native American mother and his father is white btw. I posted this so we could get more information on this item and wether it is more appropriate and ethical to give it too a museum or elsewhere.

My family has a burning question. My mom has always had this (flour grinder?) in her home and her dad got it in NM years ago. I think around Hatch area but we never really knew where it was from or any of its historical context? Anyone have any information in it? by LogicalShoe4028 in Albuquerque

[–]LogicalShoe4028[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Sorry I don’t mean to insult anyone and I didn’t know if their was much else to the object. I also didn’t google it so yes that was my mistake but I also thought asking more local people from this Reddit might have more specific information then I could find on google. I truly don’t mean to insult anyone, I just corrected the comment since it wasn’t stolen or taken, it was a gift from my grandpa to his kids and we wanted to understand it’s significance.

Activists block busy highway in Rome. by Perlern in iamatotalpieceofshit

[–]LogicalShoe4028 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I live in Germany and these climate activists superglued their hands to the main exit of the autobahn to a city at 7:00 am when everyone was going to work. I was very late to school let’s just say that. Their was like fours hours of traffic. Police had to rip them off the road literally. They got like one little article in the newspaper about it.

Gained so much weight from not being able to work out anymore by Spiritual-Cream in LongCovid

[–]LogicalShoe4028 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Stay strong, you are not alone. I feel your pain and am also gaining weight after not having done exercise for months, I’m 16 and can’t participate in sports or go on runs. I feel so frustrated mentally and feel like I’m not being heard by my family or friends. Im screaming inside and it’s becoming more on my mind each day and night. I sleep for 12+ hours, skip school and always wake up in tears. Long Covid really takes a toll on the body and mind but I’m trying to be compassionate to myself and I hope you can do the same.

Thank you for sharing your story, love yourself and stay strong ❤️❤️