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What are some mind-blowing facts about social psychology?
If you ask someone a question and they only partially answer, then just wait. If you stay silent and maintain eye contact, they will usually continue talking.When a group of people laugh, people will instinctively look at the person they feel closest to in that group.Good way to know who wants to sleep with you, right?If you get yourself to be really happy and excited to see other people, they will react the same to you. It doesn't always happen the first time, but it will definitely happen next time.Chew gum when you're approaching a situation that would make you nervous like public speaking or bungee jumping. If we are 'eating' something, our brain trips and it reasons 'I would not be eating if I were danger. So I'm not in danger'.Pay attention to people's feet. If you approach two people in the middle of a conversation, and they only turn their torsos and not their feet, they don't want you to join in the conversation.Similarly if you are in a conversation with a coworker who you think is paying attention to you and their torso is turned towards you but their feet are facing in another direction, they want the conversation to end.When people are angry at you, if you stay calm it'll get them even angrier, and be ashamed about it after.False attribution of arousal. When you take somebody out on a first date, take them somewhere exciting that will get their heart beating. For instance—a roller coaster or horror film. This gets their adrenaline up. It makes them think they enjoy spending time with you rather than the activity.People will remember not what you said but how you made them feel. Also most people like talking about themselves so ask lots of questions about them.Always be honest so when you have to lie, people will believe you.If you make the biggest smile you can, you will automatically feel happier. Just don’t do it while staring at somebody. Unless you want to come across as a creep.Refer to people you've just met by their name. People love being referred to by their name, and it will establish a sense of trust and friendship right away. Say your friend introduced you to John. After 5 minutes he decides to leave. Don't just say, "bye", but instead say "Bye John!"If you want to stare at someone unashamedly, look directly past them and wait for them to try and meet your eyes. When they fail to do that, they'll look around (usually nervously for a second) and won't look at you again for some time. This is your chance to straight up stare at this person for at least 45 seconds.When you’re studying/learning something new, teach a friend how to do it. Let them ask questions. If you’re able to teach something well, you understand it better.99 per cent of guys that don't fight often will instinctively throw a right hook when provoked.If you really want something from someone, frame it as an offer rather than a request. When Teddy Roosevelt was running for president, his campaign printed out 3 million leaflets with a picture of Teddy and a copy of a campaign speech. The campaign then realized that they didn't have the rights to the photo. Instead of explaining the situation to the photographer, which would have given him leverage to ask for a lot of money, the campaign made an offer that they would use the picture, giving the photographer lots of publicity if the studio paid them $250. The studio paid the money.People are extraordinarily aware of their sense of touch. If someone 'accidentally‡ rests their knee on yours, they may not act like they realize it, but they definitely know that it's there.Ask your interviewer as many questions about what they do for work and really listen. They will walk away from the interview in a good mood because they got to talk about themselves and they will then think that the interview went well.You have a much higher chance of success in a relationship if your parents and your friends like your romantic partner.You can judge the character of a person by how they treat people who can do absolutely nothing for them.You know how a joke ceases to be funny when you have to repeat it? Well use that to your benefit, if that asshole in the group is making jokes at your expense, act like you can't hear him and ask him to repeat it like 3 times. By the time he says it a 3rd or 4th time, no one’s laughing.
How do death penalty inmates spend their time while waiting for their last day?
You mean Death Row inmates. I corresponded with serial killer John Wayne Gacy for several years. While attending a writing convention in Nashville, someone was passing around a book by Gacy, THEY CALL HIM MR. GACY, which was nothing but copies of letters he had received from reporters, family members, talk show hosts, lawyers. It was published the previous year, 1989.He murdered at least 37 male teenagers and adults and buried most in a crawlspace under his house. He was arrested in December of 1979 and was executed by lethal injection in May of 1994.During that time, he had a day job. He worked in the laundry. He also did paintings, mostly of the Seven Dwarves. He sent me a list of his paintings and their prices, and if I had bought one he did of Elvis for $65 I could sell it today for $3000. He couldn’t make money from his work, so a friend in Indiana had all of the paintings he had done before his incarceration. So the artwork he did while in prison was more a hobby. But he loved getting mail, and he answered every letter he received.I wrote him on a whim and was genuinely surprised that he answered. So I contacted a magazine that would print a potential article on his last days, and we wrote back and forth for about two years. The postmark on that last letter above is dated six days before his death. But he asked for people to send him photos of themselves and he would send them a questionnaire to fill out and he would fill one out in return. That creeped me out, so I sent him a photo of the recently-closed Clown’s Alley tavern in exchange for that Q&A. A good portion of his salary went to buying stamps, envelopes, and paper. The questionnaire was photocopied in bulk in 1989 by MYCO, Inc., who also published the book.He was very narcissistic. The real killer was a media monster, not him. He would often talk about his paintings of the Dwarves and his work as Pogo the Clown at parties. Anything related to his conviction was blamed on the media. And the title of his “book”, because all it was was a bound copy of photocopied pages, was filled with narcissism, too. Every letter I sent started “Dear John…”, the ones that “call him Mr. Gacy” would have been from the offices of Oprah Winfrey or Larry King, because of course they were professional letters.So I do have a copy of that form, the one that says his current address is Death Row, Chester, Illinois. He loved to blame the media. Take a look at who one of his heroes was at the time of his execution.
How would a newly elected Libertarian British government have handled the Irish potato famine?
I’ll try not to repeat too much of what is said in the previous answers. The Irish potato famine was of course a natural disaster ‡ between 1845 and 1852, an infection repeatedly destroyed the potato crop on which much of the population was dependent. But more important, it was a failure of government, both in terms of long-term policies that made a humanitarian disaster inevitable and in terms of an abysmal response to the disaster when it struck. In the circumstances, any government (libertarian or otherwise) would have had an obligation to ameliorate the immediate suffering, what a libertarian government could do in the long run is to promote human liberty so that nothing like the famine happened again.Rob Weir and others have pointed to the British government’s role in creating the conditions that led to the famine, including as the 17th century confiscations of land (in 1600, almost all land in Ireland was owned by Irish Catholics, by 1700, only about 4 percent was), and the Corn Laws. But perhaps even more pernicious were the effects of the Penal Laws, a series of sectarian measures enacted after the defeat of the Jacobites in 1691 that were only finally repealed in 1829.These laws were designed to reduce Catholics to penury and to keep them that way. For example, Catholics were barred from education, excluded from most professions, and subject to limits on the value of personal property that they could own. But particularly devastating from the perspective of the eventual famine, a Catholic landowner or leaseholder (with the latter being greatly in the majority) was forced by law to divide his holdings equally among all his sons on his death. Thus, with each successive generation, holdings became progressively smaller and the Irish tenant farmers progressively poorer. The potato offered an advantage in that even a tiny patch of bad land could yield a large enough crop to keep a family alive.In short, even if there had never been a potato blight, a demographic catastrophe ‡ caused entirely by long-term, malicious government policy ‡ was inevitable. The potato blight was just the match, the bonfire had already been set. Now, unlike many libertarians, I am not opposed to government intervention in cases of genuine natural disaster. Sometimes, only governments have the resources to act quickly enough and on an appropriate scale in the wake of an earthquake or tsunami. But surely everyone this side of Ayn Rand would agree that the government should act when a humanitarian disaster is the direct result of the government's own policies.Finally, I think it a bit obtuse to suggest, as another answer did, that the problem was not that the Irish lacked food but rather that they had no money to buy food. The peasants had no money because of the same government policies that drove them into subsisting on a potato monoculture. They labored on a landlord’s farm (which often had been their grandfather’s land), in return for which the landlord leased them a patch of ground on which they grew the potatoes that were their sole means of subsistence. Of course they had no money to buy food. They had no money, period.
How can I obtain Japanese citizenship?
Great answers by Dick Karp and David LaSpina.I can only add my two cents of knowledge to their insights.The first thing: citizenship and naturalization are two different matters.You can only get citizenship if you were born from Japanese parents, AND being registered within 3 months with your local Japanese consulate.AND when you reach 20 years old, it's mandatory you choose whether lose your local citizenship or your Japanese citizenship.Should you not make a move, you lose your Japanese one by default.On the other hand, you might be naturalised Japanese (i.e.: become a non-born Japanese with a permanent visa) if all these criteria are met:- you're living for at least 5 years in Japan- you're at least 20 years old- you can read, write and speak Japanese fluently- you are willing to go through writing exams and interview processes- you have professional skills and $ to support yourselfEvery case is examined and weighed individually. Say, if one of your parents is Japanese (Japanese-born), the Ministry of Justice may wave the age and residence requirements. But again: it is a case-by-case process.Sources:Japanese nationality lawI want to become a Japanese nationalMany angles to acquiring Japanese citizenship | The Japan TimesAlso, I went myself to my local Japan consulate and talked with them.
Am I supposed to report income which is earned outside of the US? I have to fill the 1040NR form.
If you are a US citizen, resident(?), or company based within the US or its territories, you are required by the IRS to give them a part of whatever you made. I'm not going to go into specifics, but as they say, "the only difference between a tax man and a taxidermist is that the taxidermist leaves the skin" -Mark Twain
What are telltale signs that you're working at a "sinking ship" company?
Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina Principle states, "Happy families are all alike, but every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." He saw that unhappy families were each doomed by unique problems of their own making, while happy families were those who steered clear of such problems.The corporate world suffers from the reverse of the Anna Karenina Principle. Successful companies each seem to invent their own unique paths to success. But failing companies follow predictable death spirals that have been followed by many other companies preceding them.Often these "sinking ship" companies can seem to be doing just fine, especially to employees who don't have the experience to recognize the obvious signs. This is handy guide of what to look out for.If you work at a big company, look for:New opportunities are evaluated and shot down based on their impact to the old legacy businesses. (See The Innovator's Dilemma).Managers are paid for making quarterly and annual targets, so they avoid investments that pay off in the future since they detract from their bonus numbers. As the business declines, they simply negotiate lower bonus targets each year.You benchmark your performance against your direct, legacy competitors instead of the new disruptive entrants in your market. You think you are doing well vs. your competitors without being aware that you are competing in the equivalents of the Seniors Tour.Mediocre employees are not fired since their managers know they can't recruit better ones anyway.When asked "why do you like working here?" your employees talk about the dental plan.Your managers roll their eyes when you point out that how new technologies like Apple Watches, Twitter, and Amazon Web Services will impact your business. They call them "toys" and say, "our customers will never trust their businesses to those!"Your co-workers use Blackberries from 2021. They say, "I already know how to use it, and I don't need that distracting new stuff."You spend the first week of the quarter talking about long-term strategic planning. You then forget about it and spend the next twelve weeks scrambling to make the quarter.Instead of firing bad leaders, you create cross-functional committees to solve the problems those bad leaders created. When those problems persist, you disband the committees and bring in consultants to solve the problems the bad leaders (then the committees) created.All conversations about new grown end with reluctant middle management saying, "only if you give me more budget!" The budget never comes, and you all go back to what you were doing.You integrate acquired companies so quickly that you destroy their businesses and their best people leave.Or, instead of integrating the acquired companies, you keep them as independent business units and get no synergies. You integrate them in a hurry a year later during a cost-cutting exercise. The best people leave.Your CFO spends 5% of her time talking about innovation and revenue growth and 95% talking about cutting costs. She says, "that's my role here."The HR department thinks their job is administration, compliance, and keeping employees from suing, not ensuring the company wins in the market by having the best team.To pay $9.99 for an Evernote subscription, you need to wait a year for the "Information Technology Steering Committee" to approve Evernote as a vendor.You have a Chief Strategy Officer. People say, "I don't know what he does all day." He disappears and is not replaced.You don't target the best companies and try to hire their best people. Instead, you put three-page job descriptions on your website and wait for candidates to find them, fill out a form, and apply.People argue over offices. They all use the same excuse: "I'm on the phone a lot."You launch "innovation projects." When it looks like you'll miss earnings by a penny a share a few quarters later, those projects are cut. After those risky but innovative projects are cancelled, the people working on them are laid off, getting richly punished for their risk taking. No one ever signs up for an "innovation project" again."Succession planning" has become a euphemism for, "when the boss quits, just promote someone on her team so we don't need to pay for a search."You have five CEOs in five years. The board then announces the company is getting broken up and sold. They act like that was the plan all along, then lay off you and half of your co-workers.You ask your laid-off co-workers why they joined the company in the first place. Their answer: "job security."If you work at a startup:You never hear how much cash you have in the bank or hear what was discussed in the board meeting. When you ask questions, your executives say, "I need you to stay focused on your work."When you get your stock option offer, no one will tell you how many shares are outstanding or that the last round of funding came with a 5x liquidation preference.People never talk, coordinate, or even leave their desk because they "hate meeetings." (They actually hate each other).You "rehearse" for board meetings and spend a week on board meeting slideshows that are prettier than your customer slides.You have more MBAs on the team than engineers. They all do "business development" since sales is beneath them.You have a Chief Strategy Officer. No one knows what he does. He disappears one day and is not replaced.Your CTO just came out of a PhD program and wants to "commercialize his research."You have a raucous launch party that is attended by no customers, only your friends.When the product doesn't sell, you complain about how the customers "just don't get it" and aren't "visionary."You've fired three VPs of Sales because each one told you, "the customers don't want the product."Your CEO has a "great" customer meeting that he says is sure to lead to a closed deal before the quarter ends this Friday. All he needs to do is meet with procurement, negotiate price, win the deal, agrees on terms, write up up contracts, negotiate them, sign them, and invoice the customer. The deal closes 175 days later.You add features because board members want them. Your CEO calls himself a "visionary" in his bio.The CEO keeps everything secret because, "that is how Apple does it."The CEO approves all of the design decisions because, "that is how Apple does it."The technical co-founder is a bad manager so agrees to hire a VP of Engineering to replace him. He thinks that VP will report to him since he is the "visionary'".Your site is going to be ad-supported, and you have 1500 users.You get free lunch but have no customers.Your free lunch is taken away.Your boss renegotiates your salary and asks you, "how much do you really need to live on?"He offers you more stock options. He still doesn't tell you how many shares are outstanding.You get laid off and become a creditor to the company because they didn't reimburse your last five expense reports.The liquidation yields five Aeron chairs and a Nespresso machine, and Ashton Kutcher's stock is senior to yours.
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.
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 :)
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