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If someone bought a gun and wanted to give it to their kid once they where of age, how would they go about that, what kind of paper work would need to be filled out?From what I can tell when looking at the laws. It really depends.If say you bought just some regular old deer rifle, and your kid wanted it when they turned 18, you really could just hand them the rifle and call it theirs. Now this does assume that you and they are residents of the same state, and that you are both legally allowed to possess firearms.The only issues I can think of that would require even the slightest shred of paperwork are; if your kid lives in another state, you might have to transfer it as a gift through a FFL dealer at a guy shop. Or, if it is an item that requires a special tax stamp or permit to possess (though I couldn't find any specific laws on the latter).If for some reason you really wanted to play it safe and have some kind of paper trail, you could in theory write out a bill of sale or gift receipt and make the transfer of ownership through that. Though I should point out, firearm ownership requires no paperwork at all, and the transfer can be completely done with just word of mouth, and a handoff.
If you are disowned by your family before college at age 18, how would you fill out the financial aid form?I’m not sure what ‘disowned’ means, is this a legal situation where you are emancipated or are you just out of the house and not supported?If you are just on your own and not supported you are out of luck. It isn’t any different than any other kid. Until you are 24, you are not independent for aid and have to file FAFSA with your information and your parent financial information. This does not require your parents to pay anything. But it is used for the aid calculations.There are a limited set of circumstances where you can file with just your information only. This is called being an Independent Student for aid and it is not based on your parents supporting you are not. It is based on these criteria:https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/faf...Now if your parents refuse to provide information you are still out of luck. You may file a FAFSA with only your information but aid will be limited. The most you will get is a federal loan starting at $5,500 for freshman year. You will have to contact the financial aid office at the colleges where you are accepted in order to get the override instructions. You won’t get any Pell Grant or college aid in this case.
What could a 20-year-old do to potentially improve their quality of life?Take a 10-30 minutes walk every day. Sit in silence for at least 10 minutes each day. Sleep for 7 hours. Live with the 3 E’s — Energy, Enthusiasm, and Empathy. Play more games. Read more books than you did the previous year. Spend time with people over the age of 70 & under the age of 6. Dream more while you are awake. Eat more foods that grow on trees and plants and eat less food that is manufactured in plants. Drink plenty of water. Smile and laugh more. Don’t waste your precious energy or time on gossip. Forget issues of the past. They’ll just ruin your present happiness. Don’t have negative thoughts or things you cannot control. Instead invest your energy in the positive present moment. Realize that life is a school and you are here to learn. Problems are simply part of the curriculum that appear and fade away like algebra class but the lessons you learn will last a lifetime. Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a beggar. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone, so don’t even try. Don’t take yourself so seriously. You don’t have to win every argument. Just agree to disagree. Make peace with your past so it won’t spoil the present. Don’t compare your life to others’. You have no idea what their journey is all about. Don’t compare your partner with others either. What other people think of you is none of your business. No one is in charge of your happiness except you. However good or bad a situation is, it will change. Your job won’t take care of you when you are sick. Your friends will. Stay in touch. Get rid of anything that isn’t useful, beautiful or joyful. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need. No matter how you feel, get up, dress up and show up. Call your family often. Your inner most is always happy. So be happy. Each day give something good to others.
How to make facial hair grow?If your body were to grow beard, it would have done it anyhow naturally, and you would have had a fully grown, nice, big, bushy beard even before completing your teens.However, for those like me, less blessed in the matter of beards, and hence craving to grow a nice one to look sexually more appealing, I’ve the following suggestions.Firstly, don’t use beard oils. Mind it, these oils won't help you grow even a single new beard hair. Also, the claim by the manufacturers, of accelerated growth of existing beard hair, is a load of bullshit. I've used such an entire 50ml bottle of beard oil. I used it as directed on its package, i.e., twice daily on the face after a face wash.The bottle takes around 2 months to get over and within that duration of 2 months, I used to shave occasionally. After the bottle got over, I didn't shave for next 2 months, whereas, the package said only 1 month, to see a nice growth of new beard hair. But all that grew was a Chinese moustache and goatee, which was growing anyway even without using that oil.And oh yes, have a nice burst of ugly and very stubborn pimples instead of beard hair.Next, let’s discuss about shaving. I suggest don't shave yourself, go to a saloon instead. Ask them to use that razor in which they insert half cut blades, also tell them to shave really close and insist on using alum stone as an aftershave.Having said that, I don't suppose that the ultra modern saloons use that primitive razor or alum stone, so try desi saloons instead. Give this a try, a well experienced barber will give you a very close shave. You won’t get that by yourself, shaving with a so called modern razor. A close shave seems to help sprout more hair.I recommend you to observe the following 3–1 routine. Go for a shave to a saloon once a week for 3 months. Then do a progress check, i.e, let your beard grow for 1 month. If you are not satisfied, then again go for once a week shave for 3 months. Follow this 3–1 routine till you get proper amount of beard hair. Once you are satisfied you may let your beard grow as much as you wish.I’m following this routine and it seems to work for me. However, I don’t claim that it’ll work for everyone. Needless to say, it requires a lot of patience.Indulge in heavy exercises to boost your levels. This in turn will promote your beard growth.ALSO, you need to throw away any skin products containing turmeric. Turmeric is known to destroy hair right from the roots. That's why women in South apply turmeric powder paste to get rid of body hair. I wish I’d known this much earlier because I was a loyal user of Vicco turmeric face cream for more than 5 years. Now I’m cursing myself for using it.Consult a dermatologist for beard growth. He might wave a magic wand (don't take it literally!!).Finally, the following link seems promising too. Have a look: 7 Ways to Grow a Beard Faster and Stimulate Facial Hair Growth
How do I motivate my teenage son to study?This is difficult to answer as all children are different. In previous answers, people suggest rewards, identifying learning styles and offering assistance.Now, I'll tell you what works. Let them fail. Let them fail miserably. How do I know this? I have lived this and have tried everything.My son, while a great kid, was a lousy student! I would get calls from teachers once a week starting in middle school. I knew then I was in for trouble. Going to high school, I knew that he needed to shape up or college was off the table. Off he went to to high school. He wanted to play football but the team had grade requirements. He barely met them but he did.Now remember, I tried offering tutors, suggested he ask for help from teachers, threatened and begged. After almost 2 years of that bullshit, I stopped. I never took football out of the equation because I felt the work ethic and commitment it required was important for him. He needed (or maybe I needed for him) to be passionate about something. He needed something to feel good about, especially since his older sister was a straight A student all through high school and received multiple academic awards.I, as a single mom, made sure he knew I was there to support his achievements. I went to every single football game of his and volunteered my time to help support his team. What I didn't do is ask him if he had homework, or tests, or exams. I stopped because he needed to learn to do things without his mom nagging him. When he talked about college, I simply said “You're not going to college Noah”. He would say to me “Wow Mom, way to be supportive”.What I wasn't going to do was waste a 529 fund on a kid that wasn't ready to go away to college. He watched all of his friends go away to school while he lived with me at home. He saw independence, fun, freedom and a different world in his friends pics on social media.I had to sit back and watch my son flush his future away because of laziness. Fast forward a year and a half from graduating high school and he is finally leaving the nest to go away to school. He worked his ass off in junior college, got very good grades and will be attending a very reputable college.Failure works!!!! Pestering, bribing and punishment doesn't. At least not for my kid.
What is the best way to improve your web development skills?Well,You have already mentioned php,CSS3,HTML5 as technologies you know in web development.Let me take this question up and explain in an elaborate manner:There are various stacks that you can work like LAMP,MEAN,RAILS,DJANGO etc.Now you have worked on php,here i have a question that “Do you know any framework associated with php?”like:Code Igniter,Falcon etc.Now,since you have a knack of web development,i assume you have built static web apps as well as web pages,you can move towards advanced frameworks and technologies not only in php.Let me tell you one important funda here,if you are interested towards the web,learning or being fluent in only one tech would not suffice.You have to start exploring frameworks and languages.Take up any framework be it MEAN,RAILS,DJANGO.Clear basics on these tech,learn a NOSQL or SQL DB, and start building an app.Get used to MVC architecture.Learn to write tests.Deploy in heroku or AWS or any here.There are lot of resources you can find as for rails we have :http://guides.rubyonrails.org/for MEAN we have:MEAN Stack Tutorial for Beginners (this is just for beginners)you can find a lot more video as well as written tutorials on mean and rails.Coursera | Online Courses From Top Universities. Join for Free can help you with this.Good luck!!!
Did almost all kings in the Middle Ages or later try to appoint their own bishops and archbishops rather than let the Holy See make the exclusive decisions in filling these positions? How did it usually work out?Yes. Although the question seems to imply this was something strange or weird. In fact, it was the norm throughout the history. The appointment of bishops was always a political issue, even if the act of consecrating one was a religious ceremony (per doctrine of Apostolic succession). But someone had to decide who gets to be hand-laid upon, even if that decision was just a rubber-stamp on whomever the congregation already chose.First council of Nicea, a fresco from the Stavropoleos Church in Romania.That someone, in the early days of the Roman church, was the Roman emperor. As shown in the ideologically-packaged image above, the emperor was the true head of Christendom. It was he who summoned ecumenical councils, it was he who ratified their decisions into Roman law, and it was he who enforced it with all the might of the Roman state. The bishops were religious officials of that state, so naturally that the emperor had a say in their appointment. It is telling that in the Christian East, the schism between Orthodox Church and Oriental Orthodoxy runs along the fault lines of Melkite (Syriac for “Royal”, i.e. “Imperial”) church, which remained loyal to the Roman empire - contrary to whatever other local churches were there, which neatly slipped under Ethiopian, Persian or Muslim rule as soon as given the chance. To be a member of the Roman church meant being a citizen of the Roman state, and subjected to its law, of which the canon law was a part. The church and the empire were united in terms described as soul and the body, or a divine and mortal: and the emperor, who ruled and unified both in his persona, was a living embodiment of Christ Pantocrator.Christ as heavenly emperor, 5th century mosaic from the church of Santa Pudenziana in Rome.The only power that papacy had back then was the power of appeal. The papal primacy over the church was understood as a court of last resort, a final judge of sort, the “Buck stops here!” whose decisions on matters of faith were the final “Amen!” So it was to be expected that the entire Roman church be in communion with Holy See - meaning, to follow their interpretation of Christianity. Otherwise, proactive popes could (and did) employ their primacy as a sort of a judicial review, by which they overturned imperial appointments, decrees and even ecumenical councils. But the bishops of Rome themselves were appointed by the emperors in Constantinople, and whatever quarrels erupted between the two, interpreted in today’s terms, were conflicts between judicial and executive government in a single, Christian state. The Duo sunt doctrine that pope Gelasius elaborated in 495 stated as much: the authority (auctoritas) of the Church legitimizes the power (potestas) of the Empire; and the power of the Empire then executes the authority of the Church.The medieval depiction of a monarch investing the prelate with insignia of his office.Consequently, the translatio imperii back to west, didn't happen so much because pope Leo put the imperial crown on Charlemagne’s head in the year 800, but because Charlemagne confirmed Leo’s election as pope in 795, and judged the appointment valid in the following trial. Only an emperor could do that, and the subsequent coronation was merely a formal recognition of this fact. The Holy Roman Emperors following Charlemagne - who were, from the western point of view, the only Roman emperors, those Greeks in Constantinople remaining just sadly deluded cosplayers in their purple robes - continued to be the rightful heads of western Christendom, with the power to appoint the popes and bishops just like the Roman emperors of old. Even the Donation of Constantine, that later papal forgery with all its megalomaniac implications, explicitly admits that the papal power comes from imperial power, and not vice versa. And it is worthy to remember, that it was the Roman emperor Henry II, and not the Roman pope Benedict VIII, who in 1014 shoved filioque into the Roman rite.Of course, with the actual power of Holy Roman Emperors going up and down between Carolingian, Ottonian and Salian dynasties, the kings, dukes and rulers who were nominally imperial vassals took it upon themselves to appoint bishops in their domains, or to create new bishoprics in the lands they conquered. These were naturally required to be in communion with the pope on matters of faith, but since the papacy also wasn't in best of shape at the time, rarely anyone bothered to check. But the mess being created this way wasn't the reason behind Investiture Controversy of 11th and 12th century. That whole affair was nothing but an attempted coup against the empire, brought about by a power-hungry schemer claiming the chair of St. Peter, aided by some tsignNowerous Germanic nobility, and cooked up by a bunch of Cluniac religious fanatics.The election of Hildebrand of Sovana as pope Gregory VII (pictured above) in 1073 was highly irregular, to say the least, and frankly stank of corruption and foul play. To cover his tracks, Gregory started a fight against simony - that is, of buying and selling of ecclesiastic offices, which was considered a grave sin whenever the church decided it to be - aimed ultimately against the emperor Henry IV. So when in 1076, the emperor had the pope deposed, the pope responded by excommunicating the emperor, and absolving all of his vassals from their oaths of loyalty to him. This brought about 50-years of feudal war in the Holy Roman Empire, that continued for centuries more in series of low-intensity conflicts between Guelph and Ghibelline parties. The so-called Gregorian reforms, far from bringing any kind of moral rejuvenation to the Christendom, in fact made the feudal chaos of Middle Ages worse: the imperial power was seriously undermined at the expense of local oligarchs, who now all turned to papacy to sanctify their private bloodsheds.The “exclusive decisions” of Holy See in appointing bishops were nothing short of usurpations of imperial power. As laid out in the megalomaniac Dictatus papae, supposedly authored by Gregory Hildebrand himself, the papacy became hellbent on making itself the true emperor of Christendom. Holy See now began to claim the ultimate rule over various lands - not just in Italy, but in Croatia, Hungary, Normandy, England, etc. - whose rulers it was crowning as kings, turning them into its own vassals outside (and opposed to) imperial feudal order. The calling of crusades and creation of holy military orders (Templars, Hospitallers), was another step in that direction - as were the further excommunications of those emperors (Frederick I Barbarossa, Frederick II of Sicily) who tried to sort out the mess popes were creating.It is telling that the two greatest names of medieval Catholicism (or, come to think of it, of all Catholicism), Francis of Assisi and Dante Alighieri, were both anti-papal and pro-imperial in their outlook: the first one implicitly, the second one explicitly so. The Franciscan insistence on the “church of the poor” in reality meant that papacy has to butt out of politics and give up on its claims of temporal power. Dante went even further: Divine Comedy, interpreted politically, is an ideological pamphlet calling for restoration of imperial potestas over Christendom, and of returning papacy back into its sphere of religious auctoritas.The laws exist, but who applies them now?No one—the shepherd who precedes his flockcan chew the cud but does not have cleft hooves;and thus the people, who can see their guidesnatch only at that good for which they feelsome greed, would feed on that and seek no further.Misrule, you see, has caused the world to bemalevolent; the cause is clearly notcelestial forces—they do not corrupt.For Rome, which made the world good, used to havetwo suns; and they made visible two paths—the world’s path and the pathway that is God’s.Each has eclipsed the other; now the swordhas joined the shepherd’s crook; the two togethermust of necessity result in evil,because, so joined, one need not fear the other:and if you doubt me, watch the fruit and flower,for every plant is known by what it seeds. (1)That’s from Purgatorio, Canto 16 - structurally, the very heart of entire poem - where Dante lays down all the evils of his time at the feet of papacy. By claiming for itself the imperial power (“the sword has joined the shepherd’s crook”), it caused nothing but misrule and malevolence in the world. Laws exist, but are not enforced by such a ruler (“the shepherd who precedes his flock”), because he can only pontificate on what is to be done (he “can chew the cud”), but doesn't really have the power to separate justice from injustice (he “does not have cleft hooves”). Beneath all the symbolism, this is really a profoundly astute and realistic assessment of medieval political (dis)order.By claiming power over the Holy Roman Empire, the Holy See was empowering rival monarchs (Hungarian, Norman, French), who were usually worse tyrants that the emperors themselves. But the papacy could in no way control those kings that it was creating, and the chaos they caused would backfire spectacularly in its face. So when in 14th century, pope Boniface VIII reasserted his power in bull Unam sanctam - in which he, essentially, proclaimed that the salvation of every living soul depends on its subjugation to Roman pontiff - the French king Philip IV le Bel, deciding he had enough of that crap, proceeded to quite literally beat the crap out of pope.The death of Boniface VIII, after Philip IV sent a band of his marauders to empty a whole can of whoopass on the pope.This scared the bejeezus out of papacy, so much so, that for almost a hundred years to follow, they would reside in Avignon, playing the role of chaplains to the French monarchs. That worsened the chaos even further, so that by the beginning of 15th century, there were now three popes: one in Avignon, one in Rome, and one in Pisa. This clusterfuck was finally ended, at the dawn of Renaissance, by Sigismund of Luxembourg, then the king of Romans and to-be Holy Roman Emperor. It was he who in 1414 called a new Ecumenical Council in Constance, that resolved the matter by deposing all three claimants, and electing the pro-imperial Otto Colona, as the new and rightful pope Martin V.And so, to conclude with as happy end as possible, let’s just say that, ever since then, the bishops and prelates were appointed with the consent of their respective monarchs.
Can I fill out the SSC CGL 2018 form at the age of 18? I am a BSc. part 1 student.Ssc cgl direct means combined graduated level examinationYou have to complete first your degree then you apply for the ssc cgl examinationYa you have to give examination of ssc chsl and sonographyBest of luck