@infoamfred teacher shortage... you should ask someone why they chosen a different career path even after getting an Ed degree.
How many have left to teach internationally or in a private system.
Maybe find out... Who is recruiting cohorts of NB Ed students away from here?
Here's the thing emergency services that people need may choose to not verify
Ooooh... link it to PayPal!
So right now you have a potential 3.2m / month revenue based @ 8$ / month
To meet this you need about 6.4million users to follow your 400k blue check marks
The add the ability to comment back for $0.25 / account followed
@elonmusk charging $8/month for a blue checkmark
Bringing back free verification, and then offering people the opportunity to follow each verified account for a fee
$0.50 to follow / month
$0.25 to tweet and reply/month
@jkenney You know you did have the confidence of the party...
You could have stayed on
You could have provided leadership
You chose to quit
You created a power vacuum
You and you alone are responsible for this.
This is your legacy.
@infoamfred cattle don't eat any more BUT the cost of fuel is up, the cost of feed has gone up by 50%, this is just the tip of the iceberg for farmers
Instead of supporting billionaires like galen weston, perhaps purchasing locally, directly from the farmer is an option.
Every producer knows the savings by pasturing vice confinement
I hope you interview someone from the beef industry regarding this
Lastly pretty much the only reason beef is fed grain is the industry demands fat
I am $0.55 /lb if my animals are too lean
@TheCurrentCBC transhumance in Canada and other countries beef producers such as myself use rotational grazing. I believe a highly effective way to manage pastures. We do this with our chickens and pigs also.
@susanholt That's what's called in the exasperation business a "full Fauci"
Canada has 38.6 acres of arable land
Canada has about 500,000 horses, each one of those horses requires about 1 acre of land
Do the math
We got out of the pet food business - hay for horses - and now concentrate on making food for people.
#Geography #farming #agriculture
Finally... how much agricultural land is used to feed pets
How many dogs, cats and even livestock did you see in the movie Interstellar... no hotdogs at a ball game.. did you see that
This all cost $$ and requires markets ... look up a dude called Von Thünen
Population growth, those in ever expanding cities and those escaping cities to purchase a lot in the country are the largest detractors to agricultural productivity and the carrying capacity of the land
Farmers are amazing stewards of the land, where ever they are located. The interaction of humans and the environment is predicated by what the environment will allow.
Yes humans can push the envelope of certain activities on the land, greenhouses etc.
So excited for Friday @TheCurrentCBC is going to do a show on the future of farming
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT I WILL NOT TOLERATE ANY BS REGARDING THE CURRENT STATE OF AGRICULTURE, NOR WILL I TOLERATE ANY GEOGRAPHICAL BIAS FROM ANYONE ...
Strong administrative support invaluable
All that said, I absolutely agree with full inclusion and have gone above and beyond to make this successful... even in an AP Canadian Geography course
None of this is funny, but the reality of teaching
Class composition- heterogeneous learners matters
Now consider the health, welfare and SAFETY of the other 97% who just want to learn
These students are sent home, because they are dangerous or in fact ruin the learning environment
Anyone see an issue why this student shouldn't be excluded for that behaviour
The reality is violent, disruptive student are less than 3%, but they use up to 90% of teacher / administration interventions
@TheCurrentCBC personally I've been assaulted three times
Every time I took it
Here in my community with a school of 150 students , one student, who was openly nick named "stabby" because they didn't just bring a knife to school but openly threatened other students...
Tough morning of chor'n done!
Winter weather suuuuuucks! Trust me I work in it every day.
But days like these, that start cold and dark are so much nicer when you put a positive spin on it.
Let's find some positive moments, or at least bring back the "two pairs of stanfields" warnings.
@infoamfred it is a beautiful fall - yess it's still fall- day here in Fredericton Junction
A New Brunswick winter - Dec 21- March 21st is typically a bit worse.
I get it, it's cold in the AM, you need to express that to listeners. Especially children going to wait for busses
Do we actually have the right to impose, or even EXPECT our eurocentric behaviours to be tolerated in their country
What would have been a powerful demonstration is just don't go
Don't support it
Don't watch it on TV
Just don't go
@TheCurrentCBC ever person visiting Qatar is literally a visitor. You are there at the privilege of that gov't under their rules
Flip the question... what do we do when an oppressive regime participates in a sporting event here... just ask the Russians