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What is the craziest lie a customer has come up with when calling your work to complain about you?I was working as a Census taker for Statistics Canada during the national census of 1996 when one member of the public made a false complaint against me.To give the necessary background: Each census taker was assigned a different territory. We were each provided a detailed map of our own territory, clearly marking out its boundaries. Every residence within that territory was depicted on the map as a little square or rectangle. And for each street within our territory, it listed the relevant range of house numbers for each side of that street (e.g. one territory might end at numbers 49 and 50 Random Street, the next territory started across the intersection at numbers 51 and 52 Random Street.) If everyone got together in a huge field, they could potentially piece together a cool, giant detailed map of Canada.A big part of our job was physically delivering a census form to every separate lot within our territory with a residence on it. If the map showed a lot with a newly built home as empty, a form still needed to be delivered to that residence, and then we needed to mark the missing residence on the map of our territory. The maps were extremely accurate, and I had to mark maybe one new home on mine.The census was meant to be a snapshot of Canada on a particular day. If someone owned multiple residences, they needed to fill out the form for each property with information for that residence as of census day. So if the entire family stayed in one house on that date, the information for their second house would be that it didn’t have any residents as of census day — there was no need to fill out any of the additional data on that form. If someone’s son spent that date in the spare house? Then the form would reflect that the second home had one resident as of that date, and that son’s data would need to be entered on that form.People didn’t have to fill out the forms on the spot, but could mail it in (at no cost) by the deadline, some date following the “census date”. If they had any questions about filling out the form, I could try to answer their questions while I was at their door, or they could call the help line provided on the form itself.There was a different, and longer, census form for farms. It collected some agricultural data as well as data about the residence and its inhabitants. If someone groaned about having to fill out the longer form, I’d point out that they only needed to provide estimates for most of the extra questions (statistically, if someone slightly overestimated one figure, someone else would balance that out by underestimating). I’d also point out they could probably get all the information they required from their last income tax form. If someone hadn’t kept their income tax form and was concerned about providing any inconsistent data? I told them not to worry, because Revenue Canada is not allowed to see their census form, Stats Can is not allowed to see their income tax form (which is why they don’t just take the data from that), the data is all aggregated and, again, Estimates Are OK.This groaning was far from universal — strangely enough, I had to talk some people who had a hobby garden in their backyards out of trying to claim the longer agricultural form to fill out — but I quickly became used to having some people act reluctant about accepting the longer agricultural form.So, on with the story at hand: During one of my trips I came to one farm with clearly only one entrance to the residence, from a road well within my territory, to a home well within my territory. With agricultural form in hand, I knocked on the door and it was answered by a woman. I explained I was here to drop off a form for the census. She looked at the form then told me she will not fill it out. No explanation. She just said she would not fill it out.This wasn’t entirely unusual or unexpected (although up to that point I faced zero resistance — only, in a couple of cases, some antsy migrant workers hurriedly running off to hide in barns.Some people think they aren’t required to respond to the census and consider it to be the government being too “big brother”. So I politely explained to the woman that all the information she provides will be kept private, and won’t be shared with any other government authorities. I was about to explain there are benefits to the census, e.g., ensuring that the appropriate level of health services, police services, etc, are provided to different areas. But before I could, she again said “There is no requirement for me to fill out the form.”So I read to her from a paper we were provided politely explaining that a census form is required to be filled out by every residence in Canada.Then she says she was already given a form. I asked if someone came up to this property? (Because that would mean another census taker erroneously came into my territory). No.Finally, she explained that she had received special permission from someone in the government to not fill out the agricultural form. Taken aback, I asked her where she got that advice from, and she said she had spoken to someone from the census office, and she was told that she wouldn’t be required to fill out a form for this address because they already had a form for another part of their farm operating out of the neighbouring territory.So, I thought to myself “why the hell didn’t you tell me this to begin with instead of wasting everyone’s time?”, but instead I said to her something like “Okay, I was completely unaware of that. How about I leave a form with you, and you give my supervisor a call at this number. Then if you don’t need to complete the form, just throw it out. He can also let me know if I don’t need to get a form back from you.” She seemed very agreeable to this. So I apologized for taking up her time, and headed off.This was in the days before everyone had mobile phones. So instead of driving home, calling my supervisor, finding my way back to where I had left off (which wasn’t at a convenient intersection), and getting back to the job at hand, I decided to continue going door-to-door and following up the next morning.The next day, before I could call my supervisor, he called me.He was a former highschool principal whom I had the pleasure of working with on other contract jobs with the government (Elections Canada, specifically), so he knew me fairly well. He said to me “Hey, I got a complaint from a woman. Don’t worry about it. I know you, and I think this is completely out of character, but she complained that you were very rude and aggressive. She said you threatened to call in the police and get her fined if she didn’t take a form from you, and other things that strike me as very unlikely.” So I told him my side of the story. He said, “You did the right thing. We verified that part of her farm operation is in the next territory, she’s already received a form for it there, and Stats Can doesn’t need her to fill out a second form. The other operation doesn’t have a separate residence, so she can fill that data in on the one form. I told her she can dispose of the form you left with her, and we’ll follow up on her complaint. As far as I’m concerned, that’s the end of that. Keep up the good work.”
How should a town clerk reconcile her moral objections to gay marriage with her official duty to sign and issue same-sex marriage licenses?Ledyard, NY town clerk Rose Marie BelfortiThe civil disobedience perspective presented by Quora member Colin Jensen is interesting. This was an important public issue with the underground railroad for escaped slaves prior to the Emancipation Proclamation. Syracuse, New York where I grew up was a major way station for many escaped slaves, and many Syracusans refused to participate in the return of slaves, even after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled clearly mandating such returns. Typically in these type cases, defendants get the best lawyer they and any supporters can afford, and do their best to minimize the legal consequences, and publicly expose the law's injustice.For myself, if this was her motivation I applaud her activist spirit, if not the values that prompted her action. In the details of the actual case involved here, Rose Marie Belforti, the Ledyard, NY town clerk is an elected official in a rural county who cited her religious objection to issuing the license to a lesbian couple. An opportunity was provided to come back and obtain a marriage license with an assistant's signature at a later time, and the town and Ms. Belforti have since passed the duty of issuing the licenses on to this assistant. One of the couple was a lawyer and they were sufficiently offended that they threatened to sue the town if the elected clerk in question did not personally issue the marriage license. (http://www.syracuse.com/news/ind...)Katie Carmichael (left) and Deirdre DiBiaggio tried last month to obtain a marriage license from a town clerk in Cayuga CountyFrom the limited information I have, it seems quite possible that the clerk Belforti (incorrectly) believed she had the right to not personally issue the because of her religious beliefs. While this is something the New York courts will need to sort out, I do not believe pure motivations, ignorance of her legal duties, or performing acts of civil disobedience obviates one from civil or criminal consequences. Regarding the details of Ms. Belforti's moral culpability, I must defer here to an insightful letter to the editor written by Adam Kimball to the main morning regional paper, the Syracuse (NY) Post Standard. Mr. Kimball writes, "Since Belforti claims the Bible as the source of her objection to gay marriage, she must surely be aware that the Bible also calls the marriage of previously divorced people adultery and an “abomination.” If she has refused such a license, then her consistency is to be respected, but it would seem to me that she, along with the other dissenting clerks, are cherry-picking their commandments and claiming religious objections to justify their own personal prejudices." (http://www.syracuse.com/news/ind...)I don't share Mr. Kimball's conclusion that clerk Belforti is necessarily duplicitous if she had earlier issued marriage licenses to previously divorced individuals, as internal inconsistencies are commonplace among we humans. I do think that now that this has been pointed out that she would have some moral accounting to do with both the public and herself.
Is India changing?Yes it is!SCENE 1:A few months back, Evan Spiegel, CEO of Snapchat gathered the attention of the Indians by his controversial remarks saying that “the app is only for rich people. I don’t want to expand into poor countries like India and Spain”.And this is how Indians reactedHe said nothing wrong. I repeat, NOTHING WRONG! Yes his way of saying might be judgemental but what he actually meant to say is that he does not want to expand his business in countries which do not have easy access to high end connectivity or high end phones(a truth indeed).And if it is about poverty, yes we are poor. India is home to 1/3rd of the extreme poor population. Instead of trolling him, we should have taken it as a challenge to develop India, but we did what we always do, criticize without even knowing the truth.SCENE 2:Today while scrolling my Facebook feed I came across thisKevin Durant an NBA player, on a tour to India commented upon India saying that India is 20 years backward in knowledge. This is his full speech :“Um, it was a unique experience. I went with no expectation, no view on what it’s supposed to be like. I usually go to places where I at least have a view in my head. India, I’m thinking I’m going to be around palaces and royalty and gold — basically thought I was going to Dubai. Then when I landed there, I saw the culture and how they live and it was rough,” Durant told The Athletic in an interview.He further added -“It’s a country that’s 20 years behind in terms of knowledge and experience. You see cows in the street, monkeys running around everywhere, hundreds of people on the side of the road, a million cars and no traffic violations. Just a bunch of underprivileged people there and they want to learn how to play basketball. That was really, really dope to me,”https://www.google.co.in/amp/ind...I was sure that again people might have trollled him heavily although whatever he said was 90% true, if not 100%.But as I opened the comments section, this is what I got -It was really heartwarming to see that this time instead of trolling him my fellow Indians accepted that he said the truth and said about developing our country.This is what we need. “A change in mentality” to make our nation prosper. No matter how much we develop our country in terms of technology and science it is our mentality and narrow outlook towards others that eats us from inside. Maybe this was just luck, a coincidence of a group of open minded people commenting at the same page at the same time but if it is true, we are changing, our behavior and thinking towards others is changing and consequently, the entire nation is changing.Note: I honestly have no intention to hurt someome’s feelings or contradict someone. This was just my personal viewpoint of the question. If I have said anything wrong or contradictory, please let me know in the comments section. Suggestions are welcome :)Thank You!Edit: Thank You for the upvotes! My first answer with 100+ upvotes :)
How did the BJP become the largest political party in the world with an estimated 8.8 crore members?True story.The year is 2014. I am at my good friend's house. His mom is a BJP worker and is in a senior position at the local BJP Mahila Morcha office.We are studying for our final year exams when she comes in with a piece of paper and hands it to me and my other friend.“Altaf, beta, fill this form.”“What is it, aunty?” I catch her son grinning at me.“Membership form beta.”“Uh.. umm.. But aunty, I don’t follow the BJP. In fact, I don’t follow any party at all.” The last part was a lie. I had and still have a political opinion and it is anything but pro-BJP.“So what? You can still fill it up.”Now, I was in an awkward situation. I didn’t want to offend her. She is to me like my own mother. A very sweet lady who always welcomed us into her home and didn’t let us go without having a proper course of lunch or dinner.I reluctantly took the form from her and filled out my name, phone number, and email address. So did the other friend. He, in fact, really didn’t have any political opinion and wanted nothing of it. But he faced the same dilemma as I did and ultimately gave in.Her son did not because he had the freedom to say no to his mother. He would later go on to vote for the AISA in the JNU Students Union elections, the party of Shehla Rashid. He remains a leftist to the core.But anyways, two days later I get a welcome message from none other than Shri Narendra Modi, who at the time was in full campaign mode.I was officially a member of the Bhartiya Janata Party.Over the course of the next few months, I would get spammed with messages about different party events happening near me in which they hoped I would attend. Of course, I ignored each one of them.After the elections, the frequency of messages started to ebb and now it comes once every few months.Yes, yours truly, for all his apparently anti-government stances is secretly a BJP member!So, how did the BJP become the largest political party in the world? By making the membership process ridiculously easy. You could even get in with a missed-call. But how many of those 8.8 crore members are for real, with an ideology that matches that of the party’s, and how many of them are like me is a question that remains unanswered.But one thing is true. Even though the BJP has a strong organizational base, the figure of 8.8 crores is fantastical, to say the least.
How do I get into local government?Check with your Town Hall, especially the Town Clerk or equivalent. There are probably a number of appointed boards/commissions that may have an open seat on them. You should be able to fill out an application form which the town's elected government (Selectmen, Council, whatever you have) would review when a seat needs filling. This can work well since it gives you a closer-up view of how local government works, gets your name out there as well as establishes more credentials for when you do decide to run for elected office.
How do you define Capitalism, Socialism and Communism in one line?[Handing shoot up!] "Oooh, me! Pick me! Pick me! PICK ME!"I now present my answer to "How do you define Capitalism, Socialism, and Communism in one line?" but with a notable new twist: using elementary school analogies!* Capitalism: where a few kids bring candy to school (fourth graders) sell it to other kids (first graders) who buy it all up using their lunch money...oops!* Socialism: when the teacher asks the kids with the candy, "Did you bring enough for everyone?" and then takes away most of the candy and distributes it the kids who don't have any (and then no one brings candy anymore...oops!).* Communism-Authoritarian (China): when the teacher takes the candy away, tells the kids that candy is bad for you, and that there will be no more talk of candy by anyone ever again "or else more homework!"...yikes!* Communism-Totalitarian (USSR): when the teacher asks the kids with the candy, "Did you bring enough for everyone?" and then takes all of the candy away and keeps it for herself...and also requires the "candy kids" to keep bringing her more and more if they value their recess time!...and a few more just for fun...* Marxism: where every child just takes what he or she needs--candy, lunch money, toys, homework, etc.--from the magic "unlimited supply" machine... (Huh?)* National Socialism: when the teacher takes all of the candy away and gives it to the principle "for the good of the school"...and also takes away the lunch money, too.* Fascism: when the teacher takes all of the candy and lunch money and gives it to her favorite students...* Nazism: when the teacher takes all of the candy, lunch money, and "good grades" and gives them mostly to students with blue eyes and some to brown-eyed kids, all while blaming the student with green eyes for all of the classrooms problems (and taking away recess from the poor green-eyed kids)...* Religious Oligarchism: when the teacher takes candy and lunch money away from the "evil children" with birthdays in months other than April or don't love math and gives it to the "blessed kids" with birthdays in April who love math (...because the "holy text" commands it be so!)...* Monarchism: when their is no teacher and the oldest student rules the class with an iron fist!* Anarchism: when the teacher takes the day off and the bullies run the class!...and my personal favorite...* Benevolent Autocratism: when one kid deposes the teacher, banishes the principle, and establishes herself (or himself) as the ruling power of the class...and then distributes lots and lots of cookies to everyone (that her mom baked last night) and shares her homework answers with all the other kids. (Unfortunately, she eventually learns that being a despot is so much easier, but in the meantime....yay!)FULL DISCLOSURE: Okay, I am not a political scientist, nor do I even play one on television...but I did sleep at a Holiday Inn last night!
Should the US make it a felony crime for a candidate to lie to the public during an election?Should I believe by the subtext that only Trump lies?I wonder how Clinton supporters would react when they cannot find any factual error with anything she says, while watching her being led away in handcuffs based on documented proof that she lies.Let’s be clear. They all lie. They lie before, during and after. They lie, they lie, they lie.To your question. A lie is a false statement, and the liar knows it’s a false statement.Can you imagine how our election will go if the opposition accuses a candidate of a lie. Do we arrest them for lying? Jail them? After all, it’s a felony. Then we have the trial and he/she is found not guilty, because the opposition lied when they said their opponent lied.The liar loses because of being accused of a felony and the other liar wins and gets thrown out of office because they lied. Oy veh. Problem is, if the first accused liar is of the same party of the DOJ, good luck with that prosecution.Let’s do this instead. We get a list of all the issues in the election and the candidate has one month after declaring, to fill out the form. After that, the candidate may not say another word about his/her beliefs or their opponents beliefs. It’s all on paper and the contents of that paper is the only thing any candidate can say about their positions on issues.All candidates must have their “forms” filled out one month before election day. We have the election and someone gets elected. No one goes to jail for lying, because if he/she says anything that contradicts the form, they have to drop out.A piece of paper is all it takes. Of course the tv ad people will have a shit fit.
What is the basic difference between elections held in India and the US? What is meant by state and what is its significance in electing a president in the US?Hi..to understand the answer to this question, you have to first understand the differences between Indian and American democracy. First, USA is a perfect federal democracy meaning states are extremely powerful and are independent to take decisions in lots of areas whereas India is quasi-federation where centre in too strong. Second, US has a presidential form of government whereas India has a parliamentary form of government.Coming to elections, US has 50 states and each state has some votes to elect president assigned to them like California has 55 and Texas has 37. Overall there are 538 votes. Whoever gets 270, wins. If you get more votes from public in a state all the presidential votes of that state go to you. So suppose Donald Trump wins 50.01% votes in Texas and Hillary Clinton wins 49.99%, all the 37 votes of Texas will go to Trump. Now this is true for almost all states except Nebraska and Maine. So focus of candidates is winning states. So if Donald trump knows that he is going to get 30% votes in New York and Hillary 70%, he will not campaign there because no matter how much he tries, even if he gets to 40% all 29 votes of new york will go to Hillary. So he won’t campaign there. In US, lots of states are like this only where one knows beforehand which party is very strong. These are called Red or Blue states. Texas is deep red state and you will not see any Democrat candidate nor Republicans campaigning there. Similarly California and New york are deep blue states and Republicans and Democrats do not campaign there. States where both sides see chance becomes the centre of election like Ohio, Florida etc. Both Candidates will concentrate their resources on winning these states. These are called Swing states. Now suppose Hillary wins 99% votes in all the states she wins and Trump only wins 50.01% in the states he won. Still if trump wins those states which add upto 270 and Hillary gets 268 still Trump will be president. Something similar happened in 2016 elections. Even though Hillary got more overall votes from public, Trump was elected president.India is a parliamentary republic. Our entire country is divided into 543 constituencies. So here basic unit is a constituency. So even if BJP gets 5% votes in Bihar and Cong/RJD gets 95 %. BJP can win seats if all their 5% votes is concentrated in one constituency. In Indian Parliamentary elections, state are not blocks. The basic unit is a constituency. So you see our leaders campaigning everywhere. BJP even won a seat in Tamilnadu in 2014. In a US like polity, this would have been impossible.
How can I fill out Google's intern host matching form to optimize my chances of receiving a match?I was selected for a summer internship 2016.I tried to be very open while filling the preference form: I choose many products as my favorite products and I said I'm open about the team I want to join.I even was very open in the location and start date to get host matching interviews (I negotiated the start date in the interview until both me and my host were happy.) You could ask your recruiter to review your form (there are very cool and could help you a lot since they have a bigger experience).Do a search on the potential team.Before the interviews, try to find smart question that you are going to ask for the potential host (do a search on the team to find nice and deep questions to impress your host). Prepare well your resume.You are very likely not going to get algorithm/data structure questions like in the first round. It's going to be just some friendly chat if you are lucky. If your potential team is working on something like machine learning, expect that they are going to ask you questions about machine learning, courses related to machine learning you have and relevant experience (projects, internship). Of course you have to study that before the interview. Take as long time as you need if you feel rusty. It takes some time to get ready for the host matching (it's less than the technical interview) but it's worth it of course.
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