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The Lions Club Lions Recycle for Sight program collects used eye glasses, which are sent to the regional Lions Eyeglass Recycling Centres (LERCs). The LERC volunteers clean the glasses, sort them by prescription strength and pack them up. Most of these glasses are sent to people in need in developing and third world countries, where many cannot afford or do not have access to proper glasses.
Calling it a ‘mainstream’ part is strictly a technicality, because with 12 cores and 24 threads at its disposable, the Ryzen 9 3900X is one heck of a multi threaded workhorse. The bug was discovered when mobile app developers reported the update was deleting user data and resetting mobile apps. One that catches our eye today is the Nintendo Switch.
First 2 days visit we were exploring Angkor Wat temple. Since the beginning I really don want to take picture of the temple alone. My intention is more to human interest as it’s the soul of the temple. Both Wagner and The Ronettes confront us with what might be called “sonoric landscapes” or what Murray Schafer has more elegantly and more broadly termed in his book The Tuning of the World as a “soundscape.”12 My phrase, however, is intended to be more site specific than Schafer’s; I refer specifically to land. Four basic assumptions are embedded in my use of the phrase “sonoric landscape”: (1) that sounds surround us and as such help to construct us as human subjects, locating us within particular social and cultural environments; (2) that humanly produced or manipulated sounds are the results of conscious acts, hence carry semantic and discursive charge; (3) that all sounds even those not produced by humans but ones “merely” heard by humans are subject to being read or interpreted; and (4) drawn from the preceding three, that sounds are a means by which people account for their sense of reality: as it was, as it is now, and/or as it might be. That is, people do not employ sounds arbitrarily, haphazardly, or unintentionally though the “intentionally” haphazard may itself const.
Ramdas Gandhi, the Mahatma’s third son, was among those who pleaded with Nehru that the lives of Nathuram and Apte should be spared. Gandhi, it was pointed out, was a staunch and inflexible opponent of the death penalty. Nehru remained unmoved: as he was to write to Ramdas, no lesser a person than the ‘Father of the Nation’ had been assassinated, and much as he was inclined to accept and honor the teachings of Bapu, his very own mentor, the ends of justice would be better served by the deaths of Nathuram and Apte.