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2020.09.22 00:10 NikolaiBenlinski Help with exercise, where to start?

You are asked to develop a Python program to process “new_purchases.txt” data. Your boss wants to compare the average transaction amount between New York and San Francisco. Output your result to a .txt file. The output should contain the following lines:
The average transaction amount based on (number)_ transactions in New York is ___. The average transaction amount based on _(number)_ transaction in San Francisco is __. ____ has a higher average transaction amount than _______.
Note: I am not sure what to do? I can open the file with Python and read it but I am not sure how to compare or even select the information i need from the text file. Am I supposed to download a package like panda that will analyze the data then all I have to do is write some print statements for the questions? Help please.
This is what the data looks like:
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2020.09.22 00:00 its_my_36th_account Good writeup on the Hinduphobia promoted by State of California.

The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (CDFEH) is the latest player in a series of negative actions being perpetrated by the State of California against a minority Hindu population in the state. Hindu Americans in California are overwhelmingly productive and lawful contributors to the state’s economy in a variety of industries and capacities, but yet they have unfortunately been singled out and targeted because of their religious beliefs through a barrage of negativity and hatefulness by various agencies and government officials within the State of California.
A state’s oppression of a minority community on the basis of their beliefs adversely impacts not only the Hindu American, as in this case, but also all Americans that believe in democratic values. The use of power to oppress is not only unlawful and unethical, but it is also a clear abuse of the processes laid out in the US Constitution by our founding fathers.
In a recently filed lawsuit by California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (CDFEH) against Cisco Systems (case number 5:20-cv-04374) under the pretext of discrimination of a Hindu ‘Dalit’ by other fellow Hindus, the complaint contains slurs against Hindu Americans while making false allegations about Hinduism, the religion followed by over 1.3 billion people world wide. This unfortunate approach by a government agency towards Hindus should not be judged in isolation. Instead, it is indicative of greater systemic discrimination being exhibited by the state’s governmental entities against a minority community. Below are simply a few recent examples of California’s rampant Hinduphobia.
Over the past decade, there have been many instances of blatant discrimination against Hindus. For example, until recently, California textbooks have been blatantly unfair to Hindus in their description of Hinduism as a religion. Whereas words like ethics and moral teachings, unselfishness, compassion, righteousness, peace, love, law and justice are used for all other major religions including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and Buddhism, none of these words were used to describe Hinduism in school textbooks. Whereas Christianity from Judaism and Islam from Christianity are depicted as distinct religions that share common beliefs and history, Buddhism and Jainism are described as improvements or “civilizing forces” from Hinduism. In 2017, prominent Hindu organizations like the Hindu American Foundation and the Hindu Education Foundation worked hard to convince the California Department of Education of the need for basic fairness in their depiction of Hinduism. Comparing the strengths of a few groups with the weakness of another violates every rule of basic decency and fairness, and yet, based on a press release on the Hindu American Foundation website, it took “a broad coalition of more than 75 interfaith and community groups, 17 state and federal officials, and 38 leading academics” to convince the California agency to portray Hinduism in a fair and balanced manner compared to the portrayal of all other religions discussed. To make matters worse, the Hindu children and their parents that patiently went through the process to share their feelings and thoughts with the CA Department of Education, were viciously attacked by the Director of the anti-India and anti-Hindu organization Equality Labs Thenmozhi Soundarajan. This group used abusive remarks towards Dalits and Hindus, while pretending to be the ‘savior’ of Dalits.
CA Department of Education has been at the core of Hinduphobic textbook curriculum for decades. Tom Adams, former Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction was later accused of being involved in Hinduphobic malpractices by collaborating with anti-Hindu hate groups.
On July 22, 2020, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors (SFBOS) passed an ill-conceived, ill-researched resolution, to express their displeasure at the Government of India’s humanitarian efforts. In December 2019, the Indian Government had taken steps to help persecuted Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, and other minorities by passing an act called the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). In response, the SFBOS passed Resolution 200771 which stated that it opposed India’s exclusionary National Register of Citizens and Citizenship Amendment Act. This is outrageous considering the Indian Government till date has not even passed (nor even considered passing) a National Register of Citizens nor does the CAA preclude any person of any religion from applying for citizenship using the proper channels. In fact, the United States in 1990 had enacted similar legislation called the “Lautenberg Amendment” which does the same thing; it expedited citizenship for certain persecuted religious minorities from the former Soviet Union. The US’ Lautenberg Amendment and India’s Citizenship Amendment Act were humanitarian gestures by secular democracies to protect minorities that were being badly hurt, tortured, or killed in their native countries. It is disgraceful that the SFBOS didn’t bother to do any due diligence prior to collectively wasting taxpayer money and passing this insulting and offensive resolution.
Instead, Supervisor Gordon Mar, the former Director of the Chinese Progressive Association and the main sponsor of this resolution, stated the following before the vote:
“India’s Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the National Register of Citizens (NRC), and the National Population Register (NPR) is rooted in the far-right Hindu nationalist ideology of the Modi/Shah regime in his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Together they lay the legal foundation to denaturalize millions of Indian minorities to create the largest network of concentration camps in the world. Since the act was passed last December, and especially during COVID, Muslims and other vulnerable communities, including Dalits, queers, and trans people, women, and the poor are being profiled and treated as second-class citizens and imprisoned in massive detention centers being built in India. Last August, the Indian government required 33 million people to prove their citizenship in the state of Assam, denaturalizing almost 2 million mostly Muslim Indians, rendering them stateless.” This statement is egregiously defamatory, blatantly false, irresponsible, and wrong on so many levels: the NPR and NCC have not even been discussed by the Indian parliament nor passed into law; the CAA does not discuss or affect the citizenship of any Indian citizen, including that of any Indian Muslim; there is no evidence of concentration camps being built across India; and the NRC that was conducted in Assam was done on the order of the Indian Supreme Court not on the orders of the BJP government.
Interestingly, Supervisor Mar then thanked the people who helped bring this resolution to the forefront, and among those, was Sharmin Hossain from Equality Labs.San Francisco Board of Supervisors (seen above) not only passed an anti humanitarian resolution on July 22, 2020, but also made false remarks about the largest democracy in the world
And now we witness yet one more example of blatant Hinduphobia by a California governmental department. On June 30, 2020, the CDFEH filed a lawsuit against Cisco Systems on behalf of a Cisco employee alleging workplace discrimination on the basis of caste. While the discrimination issue itself is a matter for the courts, it’s appalling to witness that the complaint as-drafted is blatantly offensive to Hindus by openly linking casteism to the Hindu faith. This claim linking the two, which has been debunked by many scholars world-wide, is as offensive as linking slavery to the tenets of Christianity. And, to make matters worse, the entire case is seemingly predicated on the poor research, false statements and superficial articles that have originated from the same two-person anti-Hindu organization Equality Labs mentioned repeatedly above.
For example, the complaint prominently utilizes a 2018 Caste “Survey” conducted by Equality Labs that neither follows accepted standards nor norms of statistical surveys. The survey purports to find evidence of caste-based discrimination in the United States. However, it is interesting to note that there is no evidence that the survey was ever disseminated among any Hindu temples or mainstream Hindu organizations. The Hindu community at large seems to have been excluded from a survey that purports to measure discrimination in the Hindu community. The details of data collection or the process followed are surprisingly not even mentioned in this “survey”, but yet it was used by a California governmental entity to insult a major contributor to the Silicon Valley economy: the Hindu population.
To make matters worse, the complaint is replete with racist anti-immigrant statements against a minority community that has been facing a growing level of discrimination and hate crimes in this country. In fact, since 2015, the FBI has recorded about a 300% increase in anti-Hindu hate crimes annually. And yet, this CDFEH complaint makes general statements devoid of context with the effect of further igniting flames against this community. For instance, the complaint states that Cisco has a significant “over representation” of Asian employees compared to other companies in this field. This is a blatantly deceptive statement. Cisco is a tech company headquartered in the Bay Area; its industry and its location would naturally lead to a higher percentage of Asian employees. The inclusion of this statement is baffling; it clearly had no relevance to the issues of the complaint.
There are many other examples of anti-Hindu/anti-India behavior being orchestrated by the progressive organizations and governmental agencies across California in recent years. Hindu Americans are and have always been positive, productive contributors to their families, their companies, their societies, and to the country. They are one of the most highly educated demographics in the United States. And they are not usually the community to claim the victim status.
However, some patterns of unethical and harmful behavior become too blatant to ignore, and any American who cherishes the values of democracy would be foolish to do so. It is simply a matter of time before the propaganda machinations come for them too.
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2020.09.21 18:47 FuzzyOneAdmin New Industry Data: Family Safety vs. Financial Security - COVID-19 and...

This post was originally published on this siteThis post was originally published on this site SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) September 21, 2020 WorkStep, the company helping large industrial employers, including 16 of the Fortune 500, source, screen, hire –– and now, retain –– their frontline workforce, today releases “COVID-19 and Flight Risk in the Industrial Workforce.” The data finds that the majority of […]
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2020.09.21 17:21 derApfel44 [Hiring] Lead Data Engineer - Full Harvest · San Francisco, CA

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We’ve built the B2B marketplace connecting farms with food & beverage businesses to sell ugly and surplus produce that would have otherwise gone to waste. We are rapidly growing the team, after raising a $8.5 million Series A, led by Spark Capital.
Full Harvest has been recognized in major publications including TechCrunch, WSJ, Forbes, the Economist and featured on Bloomberg. We have received the United Fresh Award for Innovation and our CEO, Christine Moseley was named ‘#2 Most Innovative Women in Food and Drink’ by Food & Wine Magazine.
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2020.09.21 11:47 Cinci1a Game won't work

Played it earlier today.Later it didn't work. I tried to delete data, nothing. Uninstall and reinstall, nothing. WB San Francisco and DC logos screen and that's it. Is there a maintence break or something?
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2020.09.21 11:27 MasterBob [Health][Practice][Science] Healing Traumatic Experiences through Dance & Writing


I would like to take a moment and share a practice which I learned about in a recent book I read. This is a practice which targets healing / integrating / your-verb-of-choice a traumatic experience or difficult emotions. If you want to just know what to do, skip to The Practice.
I see dance as the main function of this practice. This is just what my understanding of what "dance" is and I am just speaking from my own dance journey. I suspect there is this perception of what dance is, a very structured form of movement, look at TV shows such as America's Best Dance Crew. There is usually music accompanying dance as well, with dance moves timed to certain aspects of the movie. I see dance as much more than this structured form of movement. It is a play between person and music, or in this case between the physical body and the emotional body. While dance may be a highly trained skill, everyone has this ability within them. If you can blink, you can dance.

The Literature

Extract from The Body Keeps the Score

One of the few systematic studies to compare nonverbal artistic expression with writing was done by James Pennebaker and Anne Krantz, a San Francisco dance and movement therapist. One-third of a group of sixty-four students was asked to disclose a personal traumatic experience through expressive body movements for at least ten minutes a day for three consecutive days and then to write about it for another ten minutes. A second group danced but did not write about their trauma, and a third group engaged in a routine exercise program [move continuously in a non-emotional way]. Over the three following months members of all groups reported that they felt happier and healthier. However, only the expressive movement group that also wrote showed objective evidence: better physical health and an improved grade-point average. (The study did not evaluate specific PTSD symptoms.) Pennebaker and Krantz concluded: “The mere expression of the trauma is not sufficient. Health does appear to require translating experiences into language. [...] that the object of writing is to write to yourself, to let your self know what you have been trying to avoid.
  • Bessel van der Kolk, The Body Keeps the Score, pg. 245

The Study

Expressive Dance, Writing , Trauma and Health: When Words Have a Body (PDF) by Anne M. Krantz PhD, ADTR , and James W. Pennebaker, PhD.


People in the dance group were asked to express their deepest thoughts and feelings about a personally significant issue or traumatic experience in their life through movement. They were told to move their bodies in ways that expressed what they felt inside and to express in movement what they had never been able to say in words. Participants from the dance/write group were given identical movement instructions [...] but then told that afterward they would write about what they expressed. In their writing, they were encouraged to explore their thoughts and feelings about what they expressed in movement.


Short Term Effects

See figures here.
The experiment was successful in manipulating students’ expressions of their thoughts and feelings. Both dance groups initially reported that their dancing was more personal, valuable, and emotion-eliciting than those in the Exercise control condition. An important and consistent difference emerged between the two Dance groups, however. Dance Only participants tended to increase their rates of expressiveness in their movement over the course of the study as evidenced by their self-reports, heart rate levels, and judges’ ratings of videotapes. Dance/Write subjects, on the other hand, gradually disengaged from the expressive dance over the three days. By the last day, Dance/Write participants were almost indistinguishable from Exercise subjects in self-reports about their movement, heart rate elevation, and judges’ ratings of expressivity.
Two dance therapy judges watched videos from a selection of participants from each of the groups.

Long Term Effects

Three types of long-term health and adjustment data were collected from the participants: the self-report questionnaire completed 10 weeks after the experiment; changes in frequency of health center visits four months after the experiment compared to six months before; and changes in grade point average for the semester of the experiment compared to the semester before.
Automatic summary of the self-reported questionnaire:
Students in the Dance and Dance/Write conditions generally found the movement to be beneficial and thought-provoking. Ironically, two people in the Exercise group indicated that they found movement helpful because they clearly expressed their feelings . Even 10 weeks after a short movement intervention, students continued to be quite affected by what the experience evoked. Students in the two dance groups thought the study was more valuable than those in the exercise condition.
Further, both dance groups reported that their movement task was more difficult than control group participants.
Of note, there were no changes in all groups with respect to “alcohol and caffeinated beverage consumption, cigarette use, and hours of strenuous exercise per week”.
See figures here.

The Practice

  1. Select a personal issue, say a traumatic experience or a difficult internal emotion. Perhaps unrevealed
  2. Dance about this experience for at least 10 minutes
    • Move your body in a way to express what you feel inside and express in movement what you have never been able to say in words
  3. Write about the experience
    • “the object of writing is to write to yourself, to let your self know what you have been trying to avoid.”

My Experience

I had some material arise in my life as a result of practice and I chose to use this material to explore this practice. I wrote and then danced (misremembered the order), and then I danced and wrote.
The first time, I went out to the park to try this practice. I wrote then danced with my eyes closed. At first the dance was for me, and then suddenly it shifted. I began to reenact a traumatic memory I had been told from my father’s childhood. While doing so, I saw a stream of colors on the back of my eyelids.
For the second time, I sat and waited for the body-mind to calm down. I then recalled the experience for five minutes, danced for ten minutes, and finally wrote (for ten minutes). My dance was a bit wild to begin with no boundaries. I was moving on top of this rug and decided to limit myself to only dance on the rug. I continued dancing. My body was physically tired, and I had to lay down and dance like a turtle on its back.
The first time I danced it was made clear to me how I have been impacted by the trauma my father experienced. The second time I danced it was made clear to me that I hold onto my past way too much, that I continuously am looking for explanations for why I am the way I am, and that I am confining myself by doing so.
After the second time dancing, I was satisfied and did not dance/write again about this material.

An experience from Mr_My_Own_Welfare

I am standing, and feeling some tension and discomfort building up in the body. I know something wants to emerge and express itself, so I let it. The body, arms and legs, move on their own. At moments, the arms mirror each other symmetrically; sometimes there is a vortex spinning around me, my arms twirl tracing it, clockwise, then the vortex reverses counter-clockwise. Anger erupts and I stomp the ground like a caveman and snarl like a wolf, tribal and primal. It is followed by sorrow, my movements slow and mellow, cradling my heart. I feel compassion for myself for what I suffered through in childhood. Then ecstatic joy, I bloom up and out, smiling like a flower, weightless. There is no external music, but I hear music anyway. Nobody's watching: uninhibited, unrestricted expression. It felt like decades worth of tight body armor was coming undone. The emotion I'm left with at the end is gratitude.
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2020.09.21 00:45 Ikestrman Daily Pick'Em Thread Monday, 09/21/2020 Game day

Welcome back to another Pick’Em thread!  
This post can be used to discuss your picks for 09/21/2020. If you have any feedback or suggestions on improving the thread further, drop a comment below or message the moderators.  
Don't forget: picks must be submitted during the twelve-hour window before Noon EDT on game day, you can only make one selection per day, and missed days count as losses, so choose wisely and don't delay!  
Games for Monday, 09/21/2020:  
Matchup and Team Records Probable Pitchers (Season ERA) Estimated Win Probability
Texas Rangers (18-34) @ Los Angeles Angels (23-30) Kyle Gibson (5.18) / Dylan Bundy (3.12) 39% / 61%
Philadelphia Phillies (27-25) @ Washington Nationals (19-32) Zack Wheeler (2.62) / Anibal Sanchez (7.38) 53% / 47%
Chicago White Sox (34-19) @ Cleveland Indians (29-24) Dane Dunning (2.33) / Aaron Civale (3.80) 50% / 50%
New York Yankees (31-22) @ Toronto Blue Jays (26-26) TBD / TBD 64% / 36%
Milwaukee Brewers (26-26) @ Cincinnati Reds (27-27) Brandon Woodruff (3.45) / Luis Castillo (3.03) 50% / 50%
Chicago Cubs (31-21) @ Pittsburgh Pirates (15-37) Jon Lester (4.91) / JT Brubaker (4.79) 57% / 43%
Tampa Bay Rays (35-19) @ New York Mets (24-29) Pete Fairbanks (2.74) / Jacob deGrom (2.09) 41% / 59%
Miami Marlins (28-24) @ Atlanta Braves (31-22) Trevor Rogers (6.00) / Huascar Ynoa (5.30) 39% / 61%
St. Louis Cardinals (25-24) @ Kansas City Royals (21-32) Adam Wainwright (2.87) / Carlos Hernandez (3.86) 60% / 40%
Houston Astros (27-26) @ Seattle Mariners (23-29) Lance McCullers Jr. (4.87) / Marco Gonzales (3.49) 58% / 42%
Colorado Rockies (22-29) @ San Francisco Giants (25-26) German Marquez (4.33) / Johnny Cueto (4.78) 52% / 48%
  1. All columns are Away / Home. Records are current as-of the time of posting, and do not contain the current day’s matchup results.
  2. A bolded matchup means that there is a chance of Precipitation greater than 35% in a non-domed stadium at the time of this post.
  3. An italicized matchup means that it is Game 2 of a doubleheader, which for Pick'Em purposes will not be applicable (only Game 1 is counted, but Game 2 is still included above so that you can be aware that Game 1 will be 7 innings, and that pitching management may be different than a non-doubleheader game day).
  4. Probable pitchers, stats, and weather data sourced from (via the MLB-StatsAPI and Swish Analytics).
  5. Estimated chance of winning percentages sourced from FiveThirtyEight’s 2020 MLB Game Predictions.  
Our thoughts go out to all individuals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and we hope for full recoveries for the players and staff infected. We will try to include updates as information is made known; however, there is obviously a great deal of uncertainty, so details such as probable pitchers, winning odds, and match certainty are (even more than usual) subject to change. Note that cancelled games (weather or other reasons) are automatically counted as correct guesses, but not all games have been included as available selections (due to cancellations and late-rescheduling).
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2020.09.20 22:55 Zelbinian Kickstarter Roundup: September 20, 2020 20+ Ending Soon (including: Plantopia: The Card Game) & 55+ New This Week (including: Cascadia)

What this is:

This is a weekly, curated listing of Kickstarter board game projects that are either:
All board game projects meeting those criteria will automatically be included, no need to ask. (The occasional non-board game project may also sneak in!)
Expect new lists each Sunday sometime between midnight and noon PST.

Ending Soon

Project Info Players Backers Min / Avg Pledge Ends Comments
Puzzle Dungeon Deluxe Edition Reprint The endlessly playable monster-hunting solitaire card game. // Has raised $19,263 of $6,000 so far. (~321%) ☑ 1 358 $18 / $54 Sep 21 kicktraq #reprint
Plantopia: The Card Game A strategic card game based on the wonderful and wacky world of Life of a Potato. // Has raised S$147,439 of S$5,000 so far. (~2949%) ☑ 2 - 5 4104 $17 / S$36 Sep 21 kicktraq
Crazy Taco Start a new day at the mexican fast food restaurant. Do not lose popularity and deal with all the customers and issues that may happen. // Has raised €7,678 of €4,300 so far. (~179%) ☑ 1 - 2 338 $18 / €23 Sep 21 kicktraq
EvolveSum: A Card Game with Cats & Children's Illustrations Adorable playing cards, featuring cats and illustrated dreams drawn by children from an Indonesian orphanage. // Has raised S$1,504 of S$1,500 so far. (~100%) ☑ 2 50 $23 / S$30 Sep 22 kicktraq
Last Days of Athobrae - Final Countdown A strategy, resource gathering game where the planet falls to pieces beneath your feet, and the first to build a ship and escape wins! // Has raised $6,852 of $4,750 so far. (~144%) ☑ 2 - 5 82 $59 / $84 Sep 22 kicktraq #take3
Elite An empire-rebuilding strategy game set in not-too-distant-future earth. // Has raised $9,288 of $12,000 so far. (~77%) 2 - 4 48 $40 / $194 Sep 22 kicktraq
Katootsie!© - The Exciting NEW Party Game! (Updated Project) Welcome to the updated Kickstarter page for Katootsie!© The exciting NEW party game that relies on quick-thinking word savvy! // Has raised $3,776 of $3,500 so far. (~108%) ☑ 2 - 10 80 $25 / $47 Sep 22 kicktraq #take2
Rurik: Stone & Blade (Reprint & Expansion) Seize your destiny and claim the throne! The first expansion to the critically-acclaimed Rurik: Dawn of Kiev, a euro-style board game. // Has raised $161,427 of $50,000 so far. (~323%) ☑ 1 - 4 2247 $39 / $72 Sep 23 kicktraq #reprint #expansion
Shamrock Deckbox Handcrafted Leather Deckboxes for trading card games such as Magic the Gathering, Pokemon or YuGiOh! // Has raised €641 of €500 so far. (~128%) ☑ 12 $60 / €53 Sep 24 kicktraq #bling
Scenic Resin Terrain for 28mm Tabletop Wargames Miniatures Ready made resin terrain and accessories for WW2 28mm Miniatures offering ruined town pieces alongside earth and log emplacements. // Has raised £714 of £250 so far. (~286%) ☑ 20 $ / £36 Sep 24 kicktraq
SUPERCHARGED A car racing game for 1-5 players set in the 1920s and 1930s // Has raised $8,385 of $8,000 so far. (~105%) ☑ 1 - 5 185 $47 / $45 Sep 24 kicktraq
The Wretched: Second Printing Bringing The Wretched back into print. // Has raised £11,353 of £750 so far. (~1514%) ☑ 820 $8 / £14 Sep 24 kicktraq #rpg
Remember 3 A board game about tactics, memory & deceit // Has raised €1,155 of €1,400 so far. (~82%) 3 - 5 24 $21 / €48 Sep 24 kicktraq
ANTEMATTER A cosmic mash-up of poker and space strategy // Has raised $92,816 of $30,000 so far. (~309%) ☑ 3 - 6 769 $60 / $121 Sep 24 kicktraq
Lark A Game of Challenge & Chance // Has raised $8,091 of $10,000 so far. (~81%) 141 $25 / $57 Sep 24 kicktraq
Rock, Paper, Doomsday A witty card game where the worst card wins. // Has raised $5,774 of $10,000 so far. (~58%) 3+ 66 $20 / $87 Sep 24 kicktraq
Ivion - The Herocrafting Card Game Play out the brutal climax to an epic story in Ivion, an immersive 2 player experience. Craft your hero and reach for glory! // Has raised $33,368 of $28,743 so far. (~116%) ☑ 2 362 $39 / $92 Sep 24 kicktraq
Votes for Women A card-driven board game on women’s suffrage and the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment. // Has raised $22,615 of $15,000 so far. (~151%) ☑ 1 - 4 373 $50 / $61 Sep 24 kicktraq
BOMBS: the card game. a print and play card game designed to play with friends and family. // Has raised MX$2,569 of MX$2,000 so far. (~128%) ☑ 2 - 5 37 $2 / MX$69 Sep 25 kicktraq
Boss Babe The Game The #AntiMLM Board Game where nobody makes any money and everyone loses. // Has raised $11,470 of $10,000 so far. (~115%) ☑ 2 - 4 221 $25 / $52 Sep 25 kicktraq
Finding Sasquatch Be the first to find Sasquatch in this fast paced adventure card game! // Has raised $8,936 of $3,500 so far. (~255%) ☑ 2 - 5 304 $20 / $29 Sep 25 kicktraq
Blitz: Speed War A 3D Printable Real-Time-Strategy Board Game for 2 - 4 players // Has raised $1,607 of $500 so far. (~321%) ☑ 2 - 4 50 $10 / $32 Sep 25 kicktraq
"Grammin Adventure" Made in Japan / グラミン探検隊 "Grammin Adventure" is designed to learn the basics of programming thinking while having fun! // Has raised ¥79,639 of ¥100,000 so far. (~80%) 2 - 4 17 $ 39 ¥4,685 Sep 25 kicktraq

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10+ Game A Card Game for Players & Inventors // Has raised HK$79,072 of HK$46,500 so far. (~170%) ☑ 2 - 6 214 $24 / HK$369 Oct 15
6° The Movie Connection Card Game - as seen in The Scotsman With simple, easy-to-understand rules, players or teams race to win. Great for families, in the pub, on holiday or just a rainy day. // Has raised £1 of £30,000 so far. (~0%) any 1 $26 / £1 Oct 18
8th Air Force/20th Air Force Twin WW2 games "8th Air Force" and "20th Air Force" simulate the massive USAAF strategic bombing campaigns against Germany and Japan // Has raised $1,512 of $3,000 so far. (~50%) 17 $65 / $89 Nov 16
Aced It! Are you cognitively there? A satirical card game for 2 to 5 players about the best words, really good brains and to trump your opponents. // Has raised €342 of €12,000 so far. (~3%) 2 - 5 10 $19 / €34 Oct 17
Arms & Influence A political strategy card game, where you compete with neighboring nations to achieve world dominance. // Has raised $8,346 of $7,500 so far. (~111%) ☑ 3 - 4 144 $19 / $58 Oct 17
Automated Alice: A Cooperative Dice Game Based on the novel by Jeff Noon // Has raised $8,563 of $11,000 so far. (~78%) 1 - 4 260 $29 / $33 Oct 08
Bots Up - The bot battling card game Build a bot, send it to battle and compete to be the last bot standing! Find out more at // Has raised £10,313 of £3,500 so far. (~295%) ☑ 2 - 5 336 $20 / £31 Oct 15
Brinkwood: The Blood of Tyrants A castlepunk Forged in the Dark roleplaying game. Mask up. Spill Blood. Drink the Rich. Join the discord! // Has raised $23,896 of $10,000 so far. (~239%) ☑ 778 $10 / $31 Oct 16 #rpg
Capitalism: The Board Game A strategy-driven turf war circular board game. // Has raised $3 of $45,000 so far. (~0%) 3 $65 / $1 Oct 14
Cascadia A puzzly tile-laying game featuring the habitats and wildlife of the Pacific Northwest with gorgeous artwork by Beth Sobel! // Has raised $109,484 of $8,000 so far. (~1369%) ☑ 1 - 4 3625 $29 / $30 Oct 21
Castaway Curse (Second Printing) The shipwreck adventure game, now available with international shipping! 2-6 players, 20 min/player. Ages 13+ // Has raised $4,136 of $1,000 so far. (~414%) ☑ 2 - 6 16 $100 / $259 Oct 15 #reprint
CHARMS: Quests for Antiracism A question and answer expansion for antiracism using CHARMS: A Game of Insight, or use as stand alone discussion prompts. // Has raised $1,023 of $100 so far. (~1023%) ☑ 3 - 8 31 $35 / $33 Oct 08
Check Yes Romeo Check Yes, Romeo is an improv narrative dating simulator card game meant to get to know people better. Find your lucky match. // Has raised $1,278 of $5,000 so far. (~26%) 29 $45 / $44 Oct 16
Choo Choo Game. The Choo Choo card game is a train building game for everyone. // Has raised A$341 of A$750 so far. (~45%) 2 - 12 7 $21 / A$49 Oct 15
Climate Change Memory The old school Memory game for 2-8 persons, now with opposite images to stimulate your sustainable way of living. // Has raised €236 of €17,000 so far. (~1%) 2 - 8 9 $21 / €26 Oct 14
Coalition The Napoleonic Wars 1805-1815 // Has raised $6,435 of $2,500 so far. (~257%) ☑ 2 - 6 73 $52 / $88 Oct 05
Deck Organizer System New Deck Organizer System (D.O.S.), organize game cards effortlessly! Interlock as many trays and sizes as needed for your games! // Has raised C$251 of C$1500 so far. (~17%) 6 $13 / C$42 Oct 17 #bling
DOPPELT ODER NICHTS Ein Kartenspiel, bei dem niemand sicher ist. Du hast die Wahl, aber wenn du dich überschätzt, trifft es dich doppelt - ENGLISH AVAILABLE // Has raised €1,796 of €7,000 so far. (~26%) 4 - ? 48 $21 / €37 Oct 17
Embarcadero - Rule the Waterfront! Build the city of San Francisco on the hulls of abandoned ships during the California Gold Rush. // Has raised $33,091 of $5,000 so far. (~662%) ☑ 1 - 5 605 $60 / $55 Oct 02
ENGKANTO: A Filipino Mythology RPG Board game A Filipino Mythology inspired RPG board game! Play as an ancient Filipino Bayani (Hero) and set off on a journey to find Biringan City // Has raised A$3,401 of A$35,000 so far. (~10%) 31 $37 / A$110 Nov 14
Escape Deathrace 2182 "Micro" - A Game That Fits Anywhere. A pocket-sized table-top dungeon crawler that pits you against your friends (and aliens!) in a cosmic street race to save the galaxy! // Has raised $1,872 of $8,200 so far. (~23%) 1 - 4 24 $25 / $78 Oct 17
Everbane The Card Game // Has raised CHF1,453 of CHF60,000 so far. (~2%) 2 - 6 35 $33 / CHF42 Oct 14
Facility 07: Exploration - Espionage - Battle Royale Twist! Infiltrate an evil genius' lair to stop him from destroying the world! Take That, Spy-Style! 2-6 semi-co-op players. Tons of laughs. // Has raised $4,614 of $14,900 so far. (~31%) 2 - 6 104 $39 / $44 Oct 15
Flourish A delightful game about crafting gardens from the creators of Everdell. In English, German, and French. // Has raised $74,792 of $15,000 so far. (~499%) ☑ 1 - 7 2008 $39 / $37 Oct 01
Forgotten Depths - Co-op Dungeon Adventure A quick-playing but substantial experience of exploration and combat // Has raised $17,889 of $26,000 so far. (~69%) 1 - 3 620 $30 / $29 Oct 15 #take2
Fruit Salad: The Multiple Games in One Game We will be creating a board game called Fruit Salad. This game comes with 8 different games perfect for all kind of players. // Has raised $283 of $7,064 so far. (~4%) 6 $25 / $47 Oct 14
Good vs Gooder Fun debates for funny people—a family-friendly party game celebrating the gooder things in life // Has raised $8,581 of $18,500 so far. (~46%) 3+ 110 $29 / $78 Oct 16
In Home Alley Ball: High-Quality Cardboard Alley Game Alley Ball game made from high-quality eco cardboard! Perfect for temporary entertainment but sturdy enough to last for years. USA made // Has raised $180 of $3,000 so far. (~6%) 1+ 2 $179 / $90 Nov 01
In Too Deep (Reboot) Hack into criminal minds in the undercover operation of a lifetime. Save the city without losing your soul in this game for 1-4 agents. // Has raised C$83623 of C$50000 so far. (~167%) ☑ 1 - 4 1156 $50 / C$72 Oct 08 #take2
INKAS: The Legend™ - Miniature Board Game with Golden Llamas A strategy game for 1 to 4 players, where you must battle gods and enemy nations in your quest to become the founder of a NEW empire! // Has raised $5,242 of $30,000 so far. (~17%) 1 - 4 96 $39 / $55 Oct 15
Inventure Quest Challenging co-op adventures, powered by you. RPG party game for all levels of experience. Infinite characters, settings, & quests! // Has raised $3,317 of $11,500 so far. (~29%) 2 - 6 52 $27 / $64 Oct 15 #take2
Lion Challenging Party Game Challenging party card game. This game will make your party really cool. // Has raised $2 of $1,000 so far. (~0%) 4 - 9 2 $24 / $1 Oct 31
Lucky Luau Flower matching and lei making fun from beautiful Hawaii! // Has raised $3,265 of $4,000 so far. (~82%) 2 - 6 110 $15 / $30 Oct 15
Ludicrous Adult Party Game The adult party game that will unleash the deviant in everyone. // Has raised £216 of £10,000 so far. (~2%) 3+ 8 $26 / £27 Oct 17 #take2
Math Eclipse Educational card and dice game for kids to learn multiplication and division. // Has raised $35 of $1,500 so far. (~2%) 2 3 $13 / $12 Oct 19
Mythalix: Chapter 1: Greek Mythology Gods and Titans clash in a new world. Battle opponents, control areas & build your deck in this light strategy board game. // Has raised £5,253 of £10,000 so far. (~53%) 2 - 4 114 $33 / £46 Oct 15
Name That Puppy - A Party Game For Puppy Lovers A card game for all ages where you compete to pick the best name for different adorable puppies. // Has raised $331 of $500 so far. (~66%) 13 $15 / $25 Oct 03
Never Say Never The Hilarious Game of Horrible Hypotheticals // Has raised $2,278 of $7,000 so far. (~33%) 39 $20 / $58 Oct 18 #take2
Oak & Steel a 3.5x game set in the American Old West // Has raised $5,408 of $12,000 so far. (~45%) 2 - 4 133 $45 / $41 Oct 02
Office Buzz The Drinking Game To Become The CEO // Has raised $4,880 of $5,000 so far. (~98%) 4 - 10 166 $18 / $29 Oct 15
RECIPE RUSH This card game is for foodies, families, and friends who enjoy chaos, sabotage, thievery, double-dipping, and sometimes sheep cloning. // Has raised $1,565 of $10,000 so far. (~16%) 2 - 4 20 $25 / $78 Oct 15
RUMSKI (Second Edition) A quick-thinking, rummy style, strategy card game // Has raised $1,418 of $3,500 so far. (~41%) 2 - 6 30 $13 / $47 Oct 15 #newedition
Scratch the Deck Game Changers A cool card game for people who love cats featuring some new feline friends with extra special powers. // Has raised €1,319 of €333 so far. (~396%) ☑ 2 - 4 56 $16 / €24 Sep 27 #newedition
Secret Sinners A deviously strategic card game where players accuse each other of being evil! Hide your past sins carefully or fall straight to hell! // Has raised C$2972 of C$23500 so far. (~13%) 3 - 8 56 $27 / C$53 Oct 12 #take2
Sharks Feeding Frenzy Life getting you down? Wouldn't you rather be a shark? Eat new and exciting people! // Has raised $6,475 of $10,000 so far. (~65%) 2 - 6 103 $29 / $63 Oct 13
Soulgivers Absorb the Souls of the fallen heroes and capture the Fragment to survive the Decay in this competitive strategy game for 2 players. // Has raised €40,238 of €40,000 so far. (~101%) ☑ 2 560 $82 / €72 Oct 14
Stack O'Cats The most fun you'll ever have trying to get cats to do what you want them to. // Has raised $1,943 of $2,800 so far. (~69%) 2 - 5 59 $22 / $33 Oct 18
Stink! Dice-rolling card game designed for family game nights. // Has raised $1,696 of $2,000 so far. (~85%) 52 $11 / $33 Oct 18
Symfony : The Lyrical Card Game A card game that pits your lyrical know-how against your closest friends! // Has raised C$4 of C$7000 so far. (~0%) 2 - 5 4 $23 / C$1 Nov 16
TeWero Te Wero is a rapid-fire card game designed to encourage your use of Te Reo Māori. // Has raised A$1,472 of A$7,400 so far. (~20%) 2+ 25 $20 / A$59 Oct 03
The Sable Scourge A board game for ordinary citizens. // Has raised $472 of $20,000 so far. (~2%) 2 - 6 18 $35 / $26 Oct 06
They Were Soldiers and Dak To - Hill 875 The board game of the battle that changed the war in Vietnam! 450 Americans faced long odds against the NVA at LZ X-Ray. Nov 14, 1965. // Has raised $9,762 of $24,900 so far. (~39%) 2 94 $69 / $104 Nov 14 #take2
Untamed: Feral Factions - Spirit Strike Edition A beautiful, shuffle-building, card battle game featuring 12 unique animal factions and the new Spirit Strike expansion! // Has raised €19,481 of €9,000 so far. (~216%) ☑ 2 - 4 792 $11 / €25 Oct 06 #expansion
What's The Point? - The Cactus Card Game What's The Point? is an exciting, family-friendly, and cacti-loaded card game! // Has raised $4,303 of $3,000 so far. (~143%) ☑ 2 - 6 82 $25 / $52 Oct 15
Xmas PileUP A pocket-sized, Christmas-themed, stacking-dexterity game for the whole family. Featuring cute Christmas tree shaped meeples! // Has raised £5,259 of £1,000 so far. (~526%) ☑ 2 - 4 239 $13 / £22 Sep 29

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2020.09.20 20:09 ai_jobs [Hiring] Data Scientist in San Francisco, CA

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2020.09.20 18:43 ryandack [AMA Announcement] Hi South Orange County - I'm Ryan Dack, a candidate for South Orange County Community College Board of Trustees. I'll be hosting an AMA HERE on Saturday, October 3rd from 5pm-8pm!

Hi all, I'm Ryan Dack, and I'm running for South Orange County Community College Board of Trustees (a mouthful, I know), which sets policy and allocates funding for Saddleback College, Irvine Valley College, and ATEP (Advanced Technology & Education Park). I’ll be on over 595K ballots covering a vast majority of South Orange County and will be hosting an AMA on Saturday, October 3rd from 5pm-8pm! A note on that map, despite it showing districts, those only regulate where trustees can reside. I reside in Area 6, but will be on the ballot for all registered voters on this map regardless of trustee area.
A little about me: I was born in South Orange County, grew up in San Clemente, and currently reside in Irvine. My political life began while attending San Francisco State University, where I received a degree in Political Science and was a member of the political science honors society. During my time in the bay area, I became involved in a number of volunteer activities and political causes. Most notably, I interned over the summer for Irvine Mayor Sukhee Kang during his 2012 congressional campaign, where I helped build his campaign’s data operation and lead high school volunteers. After flirting with law school, I eventually decided that I could best give back to my community as an educator. My career in education began as a substitute teacher in 2016 and I have worked in over 100 classrooms across the county to build up students ever since. In late 2018 I completed the University of California, Irvine School of Education’s Masters program, and have become even more connected with the needs of the modern classroom.
Today, I teach remotely for Laguna Beach High School as a resident teacher specializing in English and Social Science. I have lived most of my life in South Orange County, and had no intention of running for this position prior to COVID-19. As many of you know, the Orange County Board of Supervisors and Board of Education have not only made Orange County a national laughing stock, but have directly put lives at risk with their politically motivated actions and lack of leadership in dealing with COVID-19. I’m running in this district of over half a million to ensure our community college students, faculty and community do not become political pawns, and are kept safe during this pandemic. This race is non-partisan, but I am proud to say that I have been endorsed by the Democratic Party of Orange County in this contest.
Here are my priorities:
You can visit my website, Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram to see what I'm about.
If you’d like to support our grassroots campaign, please consider donating. Reaching voters in a district this large is hard work, and every dollar counts.
I’ll see everyone on Saturday the 3rd!
EDIT: Wow, I am so humbled by the response from this subreddit. I'm so excited to share my campaign and vision with everyone soon!
I'm getting a lot of questions, and while I will answer what I see here, I do want to save a vast majority of my answers for the community on October 3rd. If you do have a really burning question, feel free to fill out a contact form on my website, and I'll get in contact with you ASAP!
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2020.09.20 08:09 ai_jobs [Hiring] Senior Data Scientist in San Francisco, California, United States

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