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Has serving on a jury in the U.S. given you a different view of the law and the judicial system? Has your view become better or worse of the system?I already had a poor opinion of the jury and court system before I was ever summoned. My experience merely confirmed it.Trial by jury is an anachronism, and in an age where jurors have to send to the judge to ask what a Senator is, it is dangerous. It was a necessary remedy 750 years ago, when Henry II sent royal justices from shire to shire to try cases on the Crown’s behalf. Knowing nothing of local circumstances, the justices had a panel of local men swear to the truth of a matter. Of course it was an improvement over trial by ordeal or combat.Many matters today are simply too complex for reasonable decisions to be rendered by anyone except experts. To think that I might find myself at risk of being deprived of life, liberty, or property by the sort of person who voted for our current President is intolerable.Around 1976, I read Louis Nizer’s My Life in Court. Nizer argued for the plaintiff in a civil case in which a professional had been egregiously negligent. Any reasonable verdict ought to have included enormous damages. In his summation, Nizer said the defendant’s indifference to his professional duty had been little short of criminal.When the verdict was read, the jury found for the plaintiff but, to Nizer’s astonishment, awarded an insultingly trivial sum. When Nizer asked why, it turned out that the whole time, the jury had never understood the difference between a civil and criminal trial. They could not evade the defendant’s obvious guilt, but when Nizer used the word “criminal” in his summation, they feared that if they awarded large damages, this would somehow result in a prison sentence for the defendant.I was summoned for jury duty in 1997 and spent 2 or 3 days reading in the jury room. Finally, I was called.The judge, who had the reputation of being a judicial lightweight whose wealthy family had purchased her judgeship, gave a languid description to the jury, in a barely audible voice, of the difference between a criminal standard of proof (“beyond a reasonable doubt”) and a civil standard (“preponderance of the evidence”). I would be amazed if one in 10 understood what she meant. I was tempted to just speak up and ask them, but of course, I would have been immediately held in contempt.The case was about a traffic accident. The judge allowed one of the attorneys to make a statement before the jurors that, as far as I could tell, immediately prejudiced the case and made a fair trial impossible before it began.Years later, that judge was forced into retirement when it was found that she was conducting her own investigation into a case before her court and actually visiting the home of one of the parties to demand information.The sheriff’s deputy who escorted us to that courtroom was found as a customer in a crack house a few weeks later, in uniform, with his service revolver by his side.This happened in a city of over half a million people.I was called again in 2012. This time, I served for half a day on a grand jury. That, too, was an eye-opener.We were warned that we were not there to try the case, but only to decide, upon presentation of basic facts, if a “true bill” existed (that is, if it seemed there was probable cause to return an indictment and hold a trial). I did not find most of the presentations convincing.For instance, a robbery had occurred at a Walmart. A black man had been apprehended nearby, running. Now he may have been the robber, or perhaps he was someone else altogether. I asked on what basis this black man had been detained. The very polite detective presenting the case said he was sorry, but he had not been involved and was only presenting these facts on someone else’s behalf. I voted “no true bill.” In this, as in the other cases we heard, almost all the jury seemed to simply rubber-stamp whatever the police said.The next witness, a female officer, was not so polite; she seemed to regard any questions as an impertinence. A gun had been found under the hood of a man’s car; it had been assumed it must be his, and his denial of ownership was ignored. I pointed out to the officer that I did not own a gun and asked what was to prevent some gun owner who had committed a crime from placing it under the hood of my car, only to be discovered by a surprised mechanic when I took my car to the dealer for servicing. I don’t recall her answer, only her smart, sarcastic attitude. My overall impression of the process was that the grand jury was expected to uncritically vote a true bill for insubstantial and poorly prepared cases.My third experience was for Federal jury duty. This judge seemed intent on badgering everyone, of any background or persuasion, to acknowledging that they could be objective in judging any case. He made a show of asking for people’s opinions but then simply ignored them. For instance, the case to be cried was a gun crime (but not a violent one), and I told him that my cousin’s two children had been shot to death by their stepfather just a few years before, and the judge still said “But you can be objective in this matter, yes?” I suspect many people answered “Yes” for fear that if they answered otherwise, they would be held in contempt, perhaps even jailed.One poor woman even spoke up and said she had Crohn’s disease, which would make her bathroom needs urgent and immediate, and the judge still said he thought it best if she would serve. I found his forcing her to admit such a thing publicly, disgusting.Despite the judge, the attorneys found ample reason to challenge me, and I was dismissed.I believe cases should be tried before mature, well-informed people of sound judgement and sufficient knowledge to evaluate the evidence. To think that such a group is likely to be discovered in today’s United States by the present jury selection system is simply laughable.
What was your biggest culture shock while living in or visiting India?Those might not be "the biggest" shocks, but definitely not expected stuffsNow those things are mostly funny to me, or I just understand them, but that time it was surprising. I like to see myself as a funny person, therefore my answers are written in that way. I mean what I say, just the way I describe it is bit "lighter". So, let's look into my memories...:1) Got out of air plane, got on riksha, got out, paid (local friend told me how much) driver took 50Rs and did the headshake. I was totally lost. I didn't know if I paid less, or if it is okay, when I asked, the driver again did the headshake... :-D This together with overall different body language was very confusing the communication.2) Second week. I was able to cross the road with heavy traffic without any help. Applause! After few weeks I developed my own style how to cross any road. Feeling of a master.3) People think I am rich and awesome just because I am a pale foreigner. WTF? :D But it was certainly a pleasure to be treated like someone special. - True is, this applies especially to less educated people. (EDIT: It is tiresome. Of course I AM awesome. But don't take it for granted, the other pale foreigners are not! :D)4) Cows are worshipped but they are damn skinny and eating rubbish from the streets. ?!!!! Seems like cows are really independent over there!5) As a woman I am considered to be weaker, taken care of, endangered etc. Sometimes it made me feel like I am a kid or less developed in my mind according my male friends.6) Kids working manually instead of being in a school. Fact that some kid washed my clothes or was brooming in my guest house and that they were paid for that or it was considered to be normal was bit scaring me.7) Meeting handsome, entertaining, smart males at age 20+ who are virgins. Plus they talk about it. First, I was shocked sex is so oppressed in this culture, second - why the hell is that even a topic to be discussed? For me it is my personal stuff, not even my parents should be interested in. Please do not inform me about the state of your virgnity ever, I do not care. Especially when I see you for the first or second time in my life.EDIT: On contrary, in my country people would pity you for being a virgin in mid twenties anyway, we would think you are too unwanted/have not grown up yet and that is why you are still a virgin.8) Youths hanging around the malls considering this as a fun. To me it was super pointless as well as the amount of Bollywood movies watched by a regular person. I expected more creativity in the free time, more culture... including sports, walks, performing arts, music concerts, actual theatre etc.9) Lack of coffee.... but chai everywhere. Even though I was served with a coffee it was this processed "shit", the powdered one (Nescafé), I was surprised, I expected the "real" one in a country which plants it. (Now I know it is to be found rather in the south...)10) Incredible neverending noise. Even inside the houses - the fans are on.11) The huge number of students - engineers, and how many girls study this field as well.12) Old skinny people riding bicycle rickshaws and young fat/wealthy people using this service. Now talk to me about respecting elders!13) Pissing yes - kissing no "rule" for public.14) Bribing even at the lowest level. ('Coz of simple signNowwork or little fines from a policeman)15) Fact that I should not be outside in the night/using tuk-tuk in the night. Or that it is dangerous to do so. What's wrong with night? Ghosts and murderers get out?16) Many people are doing even a tiniest, non productive job. Like - it took three guys to serve me at a cash desk. One was naming the items, one was typing it in the machine and third was putting them into a bag... It took them a lot of time too.17) Once I mistakenly left the grocery shop in a hurry without being given the cash back. I came back six hours later, there were different people, but within ten minutes they made the calls etc. and gave me my 500Rs back. WOW! I don't think this is possible in my country.18) The way how Indians serve and help each other without knowing each other. Providing water to ANYONE who asks. Lending your phone for a call to a stranger! That is still blowing my mind. I have never seen this in Europe.(And thank you, the guy from pizzeria in Jodhpur, who managed to get a private toilet for me, when I really needed it and there was no option around and my bus was leaving in 20 minutes... Also thanks to that family who owned that toilet :DDD.)19) Buying a SIM card - I had to fill out the form with the name and a job of my father. What?! Why? :D20) The fact that the youth are looking forward for their arranged marriage. I was supershocked by that. (Now I wish for one too, *sigh*)EDIT: Just a note for why Europeans perceive an arranged marriage with a shock: It is not a new thing to us. We had arranged marriages commonly 100years ago. And because along with new technologies and social changes we moved from that times it seems to us as "outworn concept". Something like candles instead of electricity. So seeing modern people in India going for arranged m. is difficult to understand. Some of classics of Czech literature and theatre (The Bartered Bride) are about arranged m. Well, nowadays, it sounds more as a fairy tale to us.21) People consider quite common to speak three or more languages. In Europe we also speak more languages sometimes, but if we do, we consider ourselves rather special. :D22) PC games are equal to sport in sense of prestige; for winning them you can be awarded and recognized even at the university level. Real absurd to me.23) Shorts are wrong to wear by girls but sari without bra under the choli and revealing tummy is okay... Please, bewray the rule to me, I don't see that! :D EDIT: See, if I had to make some joke on this it would be like:"I think that the Indians who put a ban on jeans and t-shirt for girls do so just because sari is far more sexier."24) Indian males with their hair dyed red/ginger. I guess it is caused by henna, and my friend told me it is not just a fashion but serves good health (which henna surely does) but to me this was very "girlish" - grown up man dying his hair is funny, the more when picking bright colour which is considered to be "female".Sorry for a too long list, you are too surprising country :) Comments, disagreement and debates are more than welcome! (Much more than plain down votes...)I am from Czech Republic - that is the European country where Baťa company is from. Yeah. Really. ;) Been to Jaipur in 2011 for two months during monsoon, met mostly college students, dated an Indian, having close NRI friends now.EDIT:Where I was?I stayed 70% of the time in Jaipur. Visited also: Udaipur, Jodhpur, Agra, Delhi and Rishikesh.
Have you ever walked out of a doctor's office because the doctor was being disrespectful to you?I was about 16 when this happened, and I refused to go to any doctor for 2 years fearing something bad would happen. This doctor was so unprofessional that my story might sound fake or exaggerated but i PROMISE you, it’s not.I had pretty bad depression, but I didn’t want to take medication for it so I always informed my doctors that I didn’t need it and I was fine on my own. This year, I got into a pretty bad relationship that made it harder for me to deal with depression. I self-harmed often and tried to commit suicide once. I told my mom I needed to go to the doctors and get a prescription because i couldn’t handle it anymore. Well, my mom had just changed jobs and therefore, had an insurance change, which means I had to get a completely new set of doctors. She took me to a doctors office in the ghetto city (I guess that was the only office her new insurance would cover, because we lived in a wealthy city and even the surrounding cities were fairly affluent).When we got there, the nurse took my vitals, measured me, weighed me, all that stuff and then had me wait in one of the rooms. I had to go to the bathroom and on my way there, I overheard the doctor scold the nurse for taking my vitals, etc. The nurse argued that it was procedure for every new patient, but the doctor said it specifically wasn’t necessary for me. I didn’t think it was weird at the time. When I got back to the room and the doctor walked in, the FIRST thing she said wasn’t hello, it wasn’t acknowledging me at all, it was telling my mom that if i was “too much for my mom to handle, she could always provide my mom with a brochure about giving me up to the state.” WTF?? the next thing the doctor did was ask a series of questions about depression off of a signNow script. halfway through the signNow, she stops and tells me that “i shouldn’t be depressed because i have a mom, i have a roof over my head, i have clean clothes, etc.“ the thing is, she doesn’t say it empathetically but she says it as if i’m ungrateful instead of depressed… anyways… when she sees that i answered “yes” to suicide attempt, she blames my mom for not taking me to the emergency room. My mom explained to her that she did call the 24-hour nurses hotline and they told her what to do and when i was showing signs that i was fine, they said it’s up to her whether she wants to take me to the ER or not but to keep monitoring me. This doctor told my mom that the nurses hotline “doesn’t exist” and kept trying to say that she’ll report my mom to CPS. I was literally there, i heard my mom on the phone with the nurses hotline the whole time. Even after this doctor visit i looked it up and YUP ITS STILL THERE. anyways!!! the doctor starts doing a check up on me and i tell her that i got my ear cartilage pierced TWO DAYS AGO and it’s sensitive. she looks at it, sees that it’s red, and says it’s infected. it’s not infected, it’s brand new lol. she then GRABS MY EAR AND TWISTS IT SEVERAL TIMES. i was screaming and crying and all she did was keep saying “does it hurt? how bout now? still hurt?” by then i was in tears. later on, she goes through the questionnaire again and sees that i marked “yes” to sexually active. she asked if it was one person or multiple people. i said just my boyfriend of two years. she tells me that he “probably doesn’t love me and is only using me for sex” and at this point i realize why am i letting this woman berate me all this time? she knows i’m here for depression but all she has done is make me feel worse than anyone ever has. i walked out and waited outside for 30 minutes before my mom walked out. to this day, i still don’t know what happened after i left. two weeks later though, we got a letter in the mail from that doctor’s office saying i needed to finish my appointment or else they would report to the police that my mom never took me to the ER that one time.BTW, not sure if anyone’s wondering but the doctor works out of a Molina office in Colton, CA. old black lady. don’t know her name.
What are the best airport tips?Ohh you need some Airport Tips. Here's my and some universal tips on this topic.1)If you've ever observed the airport security doesn't let you carry water. They ask you to throw the water or in my case at Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok, they just took the water bottle from my bag themselves and threw the bottle in the bin.So in this case you should carry an empty bottle with you. So after the security check you can ask the employees at Starbucks or any other restaurants beyond the security to fill the bottle up for you. They usually do it for free.2) Avoid carrying something that's in the form of powder. Even if you are not carrying anything that's illegal, the security is going to open your bags and check it themselves, after all c'mon it's their job to do so. Don't carry anything that's in the form of powder that's my tip number 2.3) Never stand in a security queue with kids in. That queue is more likely to move slower. Go for the queue with suitcase. They move faster. Because the queue which kid's in it are mostly families going for holidays or something else and they don't often travel by air so they will take time to do signNowwork, etc but the one's work suitcase are businessmans they travel by air a lot so that would comparative take less time than normal people.4) Always take a picture of your boarding pass. Incase you get it misplaced or if you have lost it, the pictures are going to help. Don't rely on the airlines app or on a good Internet connection at the airport.5) Set a alarm for you boarding time. You have to be alert, as there are a lot of distractions around. And afterall you don't want to miss your flight, do you ?6) Skip the queue for boarding. Sit and read your book until the last possible minutes. Wait until the que comes down to the last person. Then casually walk and join in. The airline is not going to leave you behind, atleast without calling out your name.7) Make a good impression at the arrivals. You don't want to give a second interview right. Dress smart, be polite, speak well, be generous, ask them about how their day went. C'mon they are questioning atleast 1000 people a day. Have a clear idea of what you are doing next.8) Always when you are about to leave a lounge cafe or anything, just look if you are leaving anything behind. People are most likely to forget things when they are late or also when it's announced that the boarding has started. So look before you leave.So there you have it. 8 airport tips to help you out for you next Vacations. Do hit me on Instagram if these tips really worked. My Instagram is _nugget_ninja_ .I hope this helps you. Cheers mate !
What should you actually expect on the day of the SAT Subject Tests (India)? What is the whole procedure from the minute you walk in, till after the exam is over?Different Centres may have different procedures, but the basics are as follows-As you enter the venue, you’ll see a board with the names of the different candidates, with details regarding which classroom you will be giving your Subject SATs in.You will be guided towards the registration desk, were you’ll have to show your ID and admission ticket.You’ll then move towards your classroom, guided by different signs posted in the area. Normally, you are asked to leave your bag outside the classroomOnce you signNow your classroom, the teacher present there will check your admission ticket and show you to your allowed seat.When it is time for the SAT Subject Test to officially start, the teacher will read out the rules and regulations. She will then pass out your MCQ answer sheet.The teacher will then guide the whole close as to how to fill out the personal data section of the form, including your name, address, phone number etc.Once this is completed, she will hand out the actual SAT Subject Test Booklet, and will ask you to flip to the required page for your SAT Subject Test- Please note that all of the tests are in one booklet, and you must not, under any circumstances, flip to a different test when you are supposed to be doing another one- Eg: flipping to physics when you’re supposed to be doing Chemistry.You will have some background questions, (these are not a part of the test, just to know a little more about you), to fill in.After this, the teacher will announce that you may begin with your test- You get an hour, and the teacher normally announces the time remaining at different intervals.After an hour, you are asked to put your pencils down. There's normally an undertaking to be signed at the bottom, which you are then asked to fillIf you are giving only one test, the teacher will come individually to each student and ensure that the details regarding your personal details and background are filled in correctly. You are then free to leave the room.If you are giving another subject test, there is a five minute break, following which they will ask you to flip to the page of the second subject test, and follow the same procedures as listed above.I think that pretty much sums it up- I’ll be happy to answer any queries if required. Thanks :)
How do you manage emotional triggers after narcissistic abuse?The most disconcerting part of walking away from narcissistic abuse was the realization that the amount of time and energy I was spending on the abuse/abuser didn’t seem to reduce. I was no longer in the same house but I was still going through cycles of intense grief, anger, euphoria and triumph. I was obsessively researching information and keeping tabs. I would find myself engaged in intense arguments and explanations with them and with bystanders who happened to question my hyper reactivity. Intent on making everyone understand the way I was feeling, I went to ridiculous lengths to prove my point. Objectively, in the occasional bouts of calm, I could see the problem, but more often than not, I was in a state of defensive offense, and couldn’t understand how to snap out of it. Well, research and slow,painful experience helped me gradually move away from that behavior. These are the stages and simple practical tips I wish I had known at that time.Effects of emotional abuse persist beyond moving out.Certain words have been weaponized, weak, lazy, failure, dumb, careless, silly, angry, toxic.Very specific triggers have been embedded deep under layers and are very strategically used to create an emotional response.Any engagement is success for the narcissist. It need not be compliance or admiration, anger, hatred, grief, fright- it’s literally all the same.Like training a dog, every time you allow them to succeed in triggering you, they will double down on their efforts.You will react, many many times. It’s ok. Shame and guilt will only worsen the situation. Forgive yourself. Have compassionThink of your time during narcissistic abuse as a state of being in stress constantly, with a heavy soup of adrenaline in your blood. It really helped me to visualize adrenaline as this thick purple goo in my blood stream. This will take time to disappear.Because you have all that adrenaline in your system still, you are susceptible to stimuli. Any stimuli. Coming from the narcissist or any one else. So you have to reduce your exposure to potential stimuli.You will suddenly find gobs of time on your hands. All that time you spent managing your narcissist, well that is now empty. You will feel suddenly disoriented, depressed, empty, purposeless. And will seek anyway to fill that time.The easiest and most familiar way to fill that time is to engage with your narcissist. Either in arguments or plotting revenge or tracking their actions. This keeps you in the gooey purple mess, sometimes even adding more adrenaline as the narcissist gleefully escalates his efforts to hurt you or get you back.Other easy escapes are often dangerous, alcohol, drugs, hyper sexuality- all things that give the same highs and lows as abusive relationships.So you need to find a hobby. A passion. Something that will physically prevent you from engaging in seeking those highs to fill the time. This is key. For me this was drinking (yes. I know) and painting. Every time my thoughts would go in that direction, I would paint. Every time I got a message or found myself in an argument with my ex, I would drink and paint till I was physically incapacitated.Once the immediate compulsion starts leaving your system, start spending a bit of time analyzing what triggered you. I had to go through many many diary entries before I could pick out exactly what set me off. For me it was the accusation of being a dominating person (which was really unfair, see it still sets me off), and by extension, being a dominating toxic mother. I HATE the idea of anyone implying I make someone else do what I want them to do to their detriment.This will take a long time. Have compassion for yourself. I am at almost 3.5 years and my last triggered hyper reaction was a week ago.Now that you know your triggers, find a small activity to do that will delay your reaction when you feel yourself getting upset. This could be verbal things like naming five objects in the vicinity (a blue pen, a brown car, a white House). For me it is solitaire on my phone. Or videos of my kids. Literally anything that will give you twenty thirty seconds, a couple minutes before you respond. Try to push it for as long as possible.As you get better and better at the exercise above, you will find it possible to consider IF you want to or need to respond.You are only responsible for your own life. You are not here to save others teach others. Like the airline safety instructions say, you need to first make sure you are calm and safe. So if there is no immediate need to respond, don’t.This is an emotional muscle you need to strengthen. Like any other muscle, the more you use it, the stronger it gets. Use it consciously. Choose to walk away sometimes. Choose to engage calmly to a point sometimes. The purpose is to be in control.This is where you will suddenly discover other hidden triggers. As you recognize, acknowledge and deal with each one, other smaller hidden barbs will surface. Don’t get discouraged. Each time you stay in control, you are winning.Acknowledge your wins. Make sure you have some form of a care box to go to when you feel tired and discouraged. Because believe me, you will. But every time you pick yourself up and move again, it will be better.Remember that not everyone will understand.Find your joy. These activities are things I see myself doing when I’m my best self. For me it means going to art museums, traveling, learning new skills.Know yourself to be a survivor. You already have the skills to remake yourself. To adapt and grow. It may not seem like it but you are not alone.Link to learning the truth about safe spaces: Alka Writes
If you could only read 40 books in order to live the wisest life, what would they be?Here’s my list! Took a real long time to compile and am pretty sure am missing many. And I haven’t read all, but yeah most of them.FictionTo Kill a Mocking Bird, Harper LeeShantaram, Gregory David RobertsGod of Small Things, Arundhati Royall of Ruskin Bondall of JK RowlingNancy Drewall of Jeffrey Archerall of Mark Twainall of Charles DickensHistoryIndia After Gandhi, Ramchandra GuhaOur Moon Has Blood Clots, Rahul PanditaThe Emergency: A personal history, Comi KapoorDongri to Dubai, S Hussain ZaidiAnnihiliation of Caste, BR AmbedkarThe Hindu, Wendy DonnigerBusiness & TechAll of Rashmi BansalPandemonium, Piyush PandeyHooked, Nir EyalThe Design of Everyday things, Don NormanMythologyJaya, Devdutt PattnaikAsura, Anand NeelakanthanMy Gita, Devdutt PattnaikMyth is Mithya, Devdutt PattnaikBhagvad Gita, Swami PrabhupadaAutobiographiesOpen, Andre AgassiMy Experiments with Truth, Mahatma GandhiLosing my virginity, Richard BransonThe Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Benjamin FranklinLetter to my Daughter, Jawaharlal NehruThe Discovery of India, Jawaharlal NehruBiographiesNikola TeslaElon MuskNetaji Shubash Chandra BoseKasturba GandhiWarren BuffetFinance & EconomicsThe Intelligent Investor, Benjamin GrahamWarren Buffet’s Letters to Shareholders, Warren BuffetFreakonomics, Steven D. LevittScienceThe Selfish Genes, Richard DawkinsA Brief History of Time, Stephen HawkingThanks for asking Anusha :)
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What is a walk test?Walk tests (also called exercise tests) measure how able a person is to do simple exercise (walking). The most common walk tests are the 6-minute walk test and the shuttle walk test. ... The shuttle walk test requires you to walk up and down a 10-metre distance at increasing speeds until you get too breathless to continue.
What is the Six Minute Walk Test?The six-minute walk test (6MWT) measures the distance an individual is able to walk over a total of six minutes on a hard, flat surface. The goal is for the individual to walk as far as possible in six minutes.
How do you do a 6 minute walk test?The 6MWT should be performed indoors, along a long, flat, straight, enclosed corridor with a hard surface that is seldom traveled. ... Countdown timer (or stopwatch) ... Comfortable clothing should be worn. ... \u201cThe object of this test is to walk as far as possible for 6 minutes. ... QUALITY ASSURANCE.
How do you do the 6 Minute Walk Test?The 6MWT should be performed indoors, along a long, flat, straight, enclosed corridor with a hard surface that is seldom traveled. ... Countdown timer (or stopwatch) ... Comfortable clothing should be worn. ... \u201cThe object of this test is to walk as far as possible for 6 minutes. ... QUALITY ASSURANCE.
What is the 2 minute walk test?The Two/2 Minute Walk Test (2MWT) is a measure of self-paced walking ability and functional capacity, particularly for those who cannot manage the longer Six Minute Walk Test (6MWT) or 12 Minute Walk Test.