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2023.06.10 18:42 someguy3 Introducing Middlemak-NH. A variant that puts all vowels on one hand to maximize alternating hands.
This is a variant of Middlemak that gives:
QWLDG JFOU: NSRTP YHEIA ZXCVB KM,./ Middlemak-NH GitHub download.
This was inspired by Northstars placement of H, which I think he got from Nerps.
This is an extraordinary option of Middlemak. Specific details:
1) The most fundamental change is that it puts all the vowels on one hand and most consonants on the other. This maximizes alternating hands (since 75% of all bigrams are between vowels and consonants) while still maintaining a good amount of Qwerty similarity to make it easy to adopt and keep shortcuts the same.
2) Second, this is a pretty impressive reduction in SFB (from Middlemak) by getting rid of NK, KN, NY, NF, and NM (and even AZ). None of those are humongous, but they do add up.
3) It reduces NFBs (from Middlemak). (Explanations on points 3 and 4 get pretty big, the short of it is that it reduces NFBS, massively reduces rolls, and puts in more alternating.) Full details:
3a) Left pinky: being N reduces the ring-to-pinky NFBs even more. WN, SN, and XN are much less common than WA, SA, XA.
3b) Right pinky: being A is slightly worse because it gets rid of the H inside roll. It basically splits the previous HI inside roll to half IA and half AI.
3c) RIght index: being H reduces NFB by replacing ON with OH.
4) It massively reduces rolls, replacing them with alternating hands. Full details:
4a) Left pinky: being N reduces overall rolls with the pinky by a massive 53%. The inside rolls reduce significantly, and the outside rolls to N go to almost nil.
4b) Right hand pinky: being A reduces overall rolls with the pinky by slight 11%. There is an increase in outside rolls with the pinky (previously having H there meant there was basically no outside rolls).
4c) Right index: being H reduces overall rolls with the index by 45%. There is also an increase in outside rolls (because H to vowels is common), but the reduction from removing N is huge.
Added up the three letters on both hands and it’s an impressive 43% reduction in overall rolls.
5) I expect this would reduce pinballing even more, because H is less common than N in the middle of words and in-between vowels.
6) Putting H, as the sole common consonant, on the same hand with the vowels works very well. H has half its bigrams with vowels and half with consonants, so putting it with the vowels means ~half the bigrams are on the opposite hand. That’s not as high as the vowels (86% of bigrams with consonants), but it’s quite high all things considered.
7) This still maintains a good amount of Qwerty similarity. Not just the ZXCV, but pretty much the whole bottom row of ZXCVB_M,.? including the punctuation. On the top row it keeps QW in the same spots. On the middle row it still “keeps” part of the SRT order. The letters TG and NYJ switch on the same finger as well. I think Qwerty similarity can’t be overlooked to make it easier to learn.
1) It introduces ND and NG on the same hand. These really don’t feel too bad going from pinky to index inside roll. And this is pretty small considering the amount of rolls taken out.
2) The hands are a little more unbalanced, with the right hand doing a bit more. But it’s very reasonable and still more balanced than most layouts. There’s no changing that without moving one of the uncommon letters Q, Z, X, V to the vowel hand, which would create knock on changes and likely result in a full change layout.
I think this is a great option to maximize efficiency with most vowels and consonants on opposite hands.
(I do find it interesting that my variant changes 3 letters on the homerow. Most variants change letters around the edges.)
Quick thoughts on other layout’s O and centre column NFBs.
One of the issues with putting O on the middle-finger-upper-row is that the EO column has a ton of frequency that pairs with the centre column. Think of Colemak’s HE, but now you have an O as well. I think you have to be careful or they will add up pretty quick.
Middlemak (and Middlemak-NH) I specifically put less common bigrams (OY and OK) on the center column. These are also low with E.
Canary(ansi): There are a ton of NFBs with O and the centre column with OF and OM. Canary ortho still has a lot with OM on its centre column.
CTGAP(final/5) has similar NFBs with O and the centre column compared to Middlemak.
MTGAP is top notch in this regard by putting punctuation on the centre column. Very low pairings.
Nerps has a notable handful more than Middlemak with BO/OB. Not huge but not nothing.
(APTv3 doesn’t have the O on the middle finger. Putting O on the ring-finger-upper-row pushes the NFBs further away but imo puts O in a weaker position.)
If people really want I can put in charts for this. Have them in excel but it’s a lot of data.
Quick thoughts on columns
A lot of these layouts share similar columns. For consonants RL, TD, SW. Many vowel clusters are similar. A lot seems to come down to the C and what to do with it. It’s interesting to see Canary put C essentially by itself, which means 4 common letters are put off the homerow. Nerps and CTGAP make SCW. APTv3 makes SC.
Moving on, I’ll add some breakdown charts:
Hand balance is a difficult topic. The two most obvious metrics for hand dominance are 1) the frequency of the letters, and 2) the distance the fingers have to travel (which is different from frequency because you don't travel to the home-row). But any pinballing from having too many vowels and consonants on the same hand doesn’t show up in those numbers. Having said that, I’m going to look at frequency and distance.
|Keyboard ||Vowel Hand ||Dominant Hand ||Hand Balance ratio based on Frequency ||Hand Balance ratio based on Distance ||Hand Balance ratio based on Frequency and Distance ||Corrected comparison number for left hand dominant |
|QWERTY ||n/a ||Left ||0.77 ||1.06 ||0.82 ||1.22 |
|Norman ||n/a ||Right ||0.93 ||1.27 ||1.19 || |
|Beakl-15 ||Left ||Right ||1.07 ||1.48 ||1.59 || |
|Workman ||Right ||Left ||0.97 ||0.82 ||0.80 ||1.26 |
|Dvorak ||Left ||Right ||1.23 ||1.86 ||2.30 || |
|Middlemak ||Right ||Right ||1.05 ||1.06 ||1.11 || |
|Colemak ||Right ||Right ||1.14 ||1.15 ||1.32 || |
|MiddlemakNH ||Right ||Right ||1.11 ||1.04 ||1.15 || |
|MTGAP ||Left ||Right ||1.00 ||1.43 ||1.43 || |
|Nerps(ansi) ||Right ||Right ||1.06 ||0.98 ||1.04 || |
|Engram ||Left ||Right ||1.09 ||1.43 ||1.56 || |
|CTGAP(final/5) ||Right ||Right ||1.16 ||1.23 ||1.43 || |
|APTv3 ||Right ||Right ||1.11 ||1.01 ||1.12 || |
|Canary(ansi) ||Right ||Right ||1.30 ||1.29 ||1.68 || |
Notes: Sorted by SFB count (see next chart). Ratio >1 indicates right hand dominant, <1 indicates left hand dominant. The hand balance ratios are based on each hand's frequency/distance, right hand divided by left hand. E.g. Middlemak: 51.2% right hand frequency divided by 48.8% left hand frequency equals 1.05. Colemak: 53.2% right hand frequency divided by 46.7% left hand frequency equals 1.14. Hand Balance ratio based on Frequency and
Distance is a simple multiplication of the two ratios. I did this because having more frequency and
more movement on the same hand amplifies the hand dominance. Or if one hand has more frequency and the other hand has more movement, that would mitigate it to some degree. This is by no means the most definitive way to look at it, but it's what I've managed to come up with. The "Corrected comparison number for left hand dominant" is a hard math thing to explain (that I hope I'm right about anyway). E.g. for Workman listing 0.80 gives the wrong impression the hand dominance is equivalent to 1.2 (20%). But it's actually 1.26 (26%), obtained from 1/0.796=1.26.
SFB (index finger pressing C)
The SFB of Middlemak is still pretty low, but it does come out a tad higher than Colemak’s. Middlemak-NH comes in lower than Colemak (for index finger pressing C).
I’ve debated how to show this and decided to go with the full nuclear information. Data is from Mayzner revisited in millions (which only has letter bigrams and doesn’t have punctuation data, that’s what the 0’s are).
|Keyboard ||Total SFB ||Left hand SFB ||Right hand SFB ||L Pinky ||L Ring ||L Middle ||L Index ||R Index ||R Middle ||R Ring ||R Pinky |
|QWERTY ||185,270 ||125,920 ||59,350 ||1,105 ||1,661 ||54,502 ||68,651 ||34,166 ||3,970 ||21,214 ||0 |
|Beakl-15 ||85,917 ||33,527 ||52,390 ||2 ||21,580 ||3,134 ||8,812 ||18,927 ||31,183 ||2,157 ||123 |
|Workman ||78,147 ||29,268 ||48,878 ||1,105 ||3,712 ||2,806 ||21,645 ||27,338 ||5,037 ||16,503 ||0 |
|Dvorak ||70,570 ||28,306 ||42,264 ||0 ||31 ||0 ||28,275 ||12,142 ||16,265 ||8,229 ||5,629 |
|Middlemak ||44,698 ||25,806 ||18,892 ||1,105 ||1,661 ||2,716 ||20,323 ||12,415 ||3,134 ||3,343 ||0 |
|Colemak ||39,023 ||23,336 ||15,687 ||1,105 ||1,267 ||639 ||20,323 ||9,831 ||5,037 ||819 ||0 |
|MiddlemakNH ||36,570 ||24,999 ||11,571 ||298 ||1,661 ||2,716 ||20,323 ||5,094 ||3,134 ||3,343 ||0 |
|MTGAP ||34,151 ||14,550 ||19,601 ||1,147 ||339 ||3,134 ||9,931 ||4,629 ||8,633 ||5,071 ||1,267 |
|Nerps(ansi) ||34,056 ||20,038 ||14,018 ||76 ||2,745 ||1,435 ||15,783 ||7,541 ||3,134 ||3,343 ||0 |
|Engram ||31,167 ||19,467 ||11,700 ||124 ||2,628 ||3,134 ||13,581 ||5,922 ||1,435 ||2,344 ||1,999 |
|CTGAP(final/5) ||30,915 ||20,125 ||10,790 ||54 ||437 ||6,262 ||13,371 ||4,314 ||3,134 ||3,343 ||0 |
|APTv3(ansi) ||24,947 ||14,697 ||10,251 ||1,227 ||6,551 ||1,435 ||5,484 ||2,643 ||5,037 ||1,751 ||819 |
|Canary(ansi) ||24,537 ||13,103 ||11,434 ||23 ||2,745 ||4,528 ||5,808 ||4,957 ||3,134 ||3,343 ||0 |
Notes: This is with index finger pressing C location, how I think most people type. Adding in punctuation the numbers would be higher.
Notes 2: I think some people have misinterpreted what I mean with index pressing C. I mean on the bottom row: Pinky presses Z. Ring presses X. Middle presses nothing. Index presses C, V, B. This is not angle mod, which is: Pinky presses nothing. Ring presses Z. Middle presses X. Index presses C, V, B. Index finger pressing C (not angle) is how I think most people naturally type on a normal ansi keyboard, but it’s hard to know for sure. Most of the time this doesn’t make much of a difference of SFBs. Nerps, APTv3, Canary above have been given as angle mod because that’s what the creators specifically wanted, and it does make a difference. For index pressing C, they go up. Nerps to 38,832, APTv3(ansi) to 30,893. Canary(ansi) to 27,296. On the flip side Middlemak and Middlemak-NH if using the angle mod go down just a tad, not enough to be worth giving numbers. That means Middlemak and Middlemak-NH works for all 3 of index finger pressing C, angle mod, and “proper” ortho typing (Index finger pressing C actually gives the highest SFB count). (I could do yet another chart for 3 total on SFBs, but I think this is enough. Note the ortho chart below for APTv3 and Canary uses their ortho specified layouts.)
Middlemak-NH: This is very impressive and in league with full change layouts. All while keeping Qwerty similarity.
If you want overall percentages with index finger pressing C:
|Layout ||SFB % |
|Qwerty ||6.264% |
|Beakl-15 ||3.575% |
|Workman ||3.053% |
|Dvorak ||2.639% |
|Middlemak ||2.078% |
|Engram ||1.863% |
|Colemak ||1.815% |
|Middlemak-NH ||1.784% |
|Middlemak(rotate punctuation) ||1.614% |
|APTv3 ||1.420% |
|MTGAP ||1.247% |
|Middlemak-NH(rotate punctuation) ||1.272% |
|Nerps(ansi) ||1.207% |
|CTGAP(final/5) ||1.142% |
|Canary(ansi) ||1.062% |
This is from Colemak-DH analyzer. This is quite a bit different and the differences between them are greater. Engram even switches places. This is from a) different corpus used and b) accounting for punctuation. On a) I used Mayzner Revisited which is a massive 5.6 trillion characters (does not have punctuation or spaces). Not sure what Colemak-DH uses but KLAnext considers 1 million to be big and slow. On b) Mayzner Revisited doesn’t have punctuation. Note that Middlemak doesn’t change punctuation while CTGAP, APTv3, and Canary do change them, presumably to reduce SFBs.
Ok I confirmed the big gap is from punctuation. Changing Middlemaks ,./ to ’,. and ’ to / (like Nerps, CTGAP, similar to Canary) gives dramatically lower SFB%. They are listed as (rotate punctuation). I’ll leave it up to the user to decide if they want to change punctuation.
|Keyboard ||Total SFB ||Left hand SFB ||Right hand SFB ||L Pinky ||L Ring ||L Middle ||L Index ||R Index ||R Middle ||R Ring ||R Pinky |
|QWERTY ||195,687 ||136,337 ||59,350 ||1,105 ||1,661 ||86,462 ||47,108 ||34,166 ||3,970 ||21,214 ||0 |
|Beakl-15 ||85,917 ||33,527 ||52,390 ||2 ||21,580 ||3,134 ||8,812 ||18,927 ||31,183 ||2,157 ||123 |
|Workman ||79,561 ||30,682 ||48,878 ||1,105 ||3,712 ||8,206 ||17,659 ||27,338 ||5,037 ||16,503 ||0 |
|Dvorak ||70,365 ||28,101 ||42,264 ||0 ||31 ||1,591 ||26,480 ||12,142 ||16,265 ||8,229 ||5,629 |
|Middlemak ||42,816 ||23,924 ||18,892 ||1,105 ||1,661 ||14,888 ||6,270 ||12,415 ||3,134 ||3,343 ||0 |
|MiddlemakNH ||34,687 ||23,117 ||11,571 ||298 ||1,661 ||14,888 ||6,270 ||5,094 ||3,134 ||3,343 ||0 |
|MTGAP ||34,151 ||14,550 ||19,601 ||1,147 ||339 ||3,134 ||9,931 ||4,629 ||8,633 ||5,071 ||1,267 |
|Nerps(ortho) ||33,861 ||19,843 ||14,018 ||254 ||2,745 ||1,435 ||15,410 ||7,541 ||3,134 ||3,343 ||0 |
|Canary(ortho) ||31,034 ||19,600 ||11,434 ||179 ||2,745 ||10,897 ||5,780 ||4,957 ||3,134 ||3,343 ||0 |
|Engram ||30,848 ||20,036 ||10,812 ||124 ||2,628 ||6,438 ||10,846 ||9,010 ||1,802 ||0 ||0 |
|Colemak ||30,032 ||14,345 ||15,687 ||1,105 ||1,267 ||5,702 ||6,270 ||9,831 ||5,037 ||819 ||0 |
|Hands Down Nue ||28,429 ||17,012 ||11,416 ||1,267 ||5,702 ||3,773 ||6,270 ||10,334 ||126 ||819 ||138 |
|CTGAP(final/5) ||27,449 ||16,659 ||10,790 ||54 ||437 ||7,826 ||8,341 ||4,314 ||3,134 ||3,343 ||0 |
|APTv3(ortho) ||22,871 ||12,620 ||10,251 ||1,267 ||6,551 ||1,435 ||3,366 ||2,643 ||5,037 ||1,751 ||819 |
Notes: This is with the middle
finger pressing C location, “proper” or ortho style. Same data as above.
If you want overall percentages - middle finger pressing C, Ortho style (Data from Colemak-DH analyzer:
|Layout ||SFB % |
|Qwerty ||6.575% |
|Beakl-15 ||3.823% |
|Workman ||3.147% |
|Dvorak ||2.625% |
|Middlemak ||2.160% |
|Middlemak-NH ||1.866% |
|Engram ||1.845% |
|Colemak ||1.669% |
|Middlemak(rotate punctuation) ||1.696% |
|Middlemak-NH(rotate punctuation) ||1.354% |
|APTv3 ||1.375% |
|MTGAP ||1.281% |
|Nerps(ortho) ||1.203% |
|Canary(ortho) ||1.070% |
|CTGAP(final/5) ||1.069% |
|Hands Down Nue ||0.949% |
This is from Colemak-DH analyzer. Again quite different. It oddly says Middlemak and Middlemak-NH ortho increases, as opposed to what I found that ortho decreases SFB on both based on Mayzner Revisited. It must come down to the data set used, specifically CT vs CR+CL. And the same as above, the differences between them are larger which again may be from changing punctuation.
Same as above, confirmed the big gap is from punctuation. Changing Middlemaks ,./ to ’,. and ’ to / (like Nerps, CTGAP, similar to Canary) gives dramatically lower SFB%. They are listed as (rotate punctuation). I’ll leave it up to the user to decide if they want to change punctuation. It still oddly says ortho version increases.
|Keyboard ||Vowel % ||Consonant % ||Consonant % minus home row |
|Beakl-15 ||100% ||HKQJX 7.3% ||HKQJX 7.3% |
|Canary(ansi) ||95% ||NHMFXZ 29.5% ||HMFXZ 18.3% |
|Dvorak ||100% ||YPKJXQ 8% ||YPKJXQ 8.5% |
|Middlemak ||80% ||NMFKJ 20.5% ||MFKJ 11.9% |
|Middlemak-NH ||100% ||HMFKJ 19.4% ||MFKJ 9.3% |
|CTGAP(final/5) ||100% ||HDFYKX 25.8 ||DFYKX 15.6% |
|APTv3 ||100% ||NLQJZ 18.5% ||LQJZ 7.3% |
|Nerps(ansi) ||100% ||HFBKZ 17.8% ||FBKZ 7.6% |
|Colemak ||80% ||NHLMKJ 33.7% ||HLMKJ 22.4% |
|Workman ||80% ||NLFPKJ 26.5% ||LFPKJ 15.2% |
|MTGAP ||100% ||NPJQZ 15.0% ||PJQZ 3.8% |
*I decided to not include H for Middlemak because of the direction that the bigrams go. (Fyi if H was included, the NHMFKJ would be 31%, and the consonant % minus homerow would still be MFKJ 12%.) But the location of H matters because it’s almost always followed by a vowel. Putting H with the rest of the consonants means the pinballing can start there. Putting H alone on the pinky gives an inside roll.
The way I would read this to make probabilities, eg for Middlemak, would be 1.0*0.8*0.205*0.8...= 0.132 vs Colemak of 1.0*0.8*0.337*0.8...= 0.216 for a quadgram. For a pentagram: Middlemak would be 1.0*0.8*0.205*0.8*0.205 = 0.0269 vs Colemak of 1.0*0.8*0.337*0.8...= 0.0727. You can keep going. Starting with 1.0 to establish the word starts with the consonant on the vowel hand.
There are issues with this, it's based on frequency rather than actual specific _gram information or words.
The Consonant % minus home row is given because the home row is easier to type on. The consonants that are not on home-row are more awkward to move to.
There are more charts at middlemak/wiki
that breakdown all the finger distances, frequencies, etc. Very interesting to see if you are concerned about specific finger workload.
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2023.06.10 18:25 thinkingstranger June 9, 2023
At 3:00 today, Washington D.C., time, Special Counsel Jack Smith delivered a statement about the recently unsealed indictment charging former president Donald J. Trump on 37 counts of violating national security laws as well as participating in a conspiracy to obstruct justice.
Although MAGA Republicans have tried to paint the indictment as a political move by the Biden administration over a piddling error, Smith immediately reminded people that “[t]his indictment was voted by a grand jury of citizens in the Southern District of Florida, and I invite everyone to read it in full to understand the scope and the gravity of the crimes charged.”
The indictment is, indeed, jaw dropping.
It alleges that during his time in the White House, Trump stored in cardboard boxes “information regarding defense and weapons capabilities of both the United States and foreign countries; United States nuclear programs; potential vulnerabilities of the United States and its allies to military attack; and plans for possible retaliation in response to a foreign attack.” The indictment notes that “[t]he unauthorized disclosure of these classified documents could put at risk the national security of the United States, foreign relations, the safety of the United States military, and human sources and the continued viability of sensitive intelligence collection methods.”
Nonetheless, when Trump ceased to be president after noon on January 20, 2021, he took those boxes, “many of which contained classified documents,” to Mar-a-Lago, where he was living. He “was not authorized to possess or retain those classified documents.” The indictment makes it clear that this was no oversight: Trump was personally involved in packing the boxes and, later, in going through them and in overseeing how they were handled. The employees who worked for him exchanged text messages referring to his personal instructions about them.
Mar-a-Lago was not an authorized location for such documents, but he stored them there anyway, “including in a ballroom, a bathroom and shower, an office space, his bedroom, and a storage room.” They were stacked in public places, where anyone—including the many foreign nationals who visited Mar-a-Lago—could see them. On December 7, 2021, Trump’s personal aide Waltine Nauta took two pictures of several of the boxes fallen on the floor, with their contents, including a secret document available only to the Five Eyes intelligence alliance of the U.S., Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, spilled onto the floor.
The indictment alleges that Trump showed classified documents to others without security clearances on two occasions, both of which are well documented. One of those occasions was recorded. Trump told the people there that the plan he was showing them was “highly confidential” and “secret.” He added, “See, as president I could have declassified it….Now I can’t, you know, but this is still a secret.”
This recording undermines his insistence that he believed he could automatically declassify documents; it proves he understood he could not. In addition, the indictment lists Trump’s many statements from 2016 about the importance of protecting classified information, all delivered as attacks on Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, whom he accused of mishandling such information. “In my administration,” he said on August 18, 2016, “I’m going to enforce all laws concerning the protection of classified information. No one will be above the law.”
The indictment goes on: When the FBI tried to recover the documents, Trump started what Washington Post
journalist Jennifer Rubin called a “giant shell game”: he tried to get his lawyer to lie to the FBI and the grand jury, saying Trump did not have more documents; worked with Nauta to move some of the boxes to hide them from Trump’s lawyer, the FBI and the grand jury; tried to get his lawyer to hide or destroy documents; and got another lawyer to certify that all the documents had been produced when he knew they hadn’t.
Nauta lied to the grand jury about his knowledge of what Trump did with the boxes. Both he and Trump have been indicted on multiple counts of obstruction and of engaging in a conspiracy to hide the documents.
Eventually, Trump had many of the boxes moved to his property at Bedminster, New Jersey, where on two occasions he showed documents to people without security clearances. He showed a classified map of a country that is part of an ongoing military operation to a representative of his political action committee.
Trump has been indicted on 31 counts of having “unauthorized possession of, access to, and control over documents relating to the national defense,” for keeping them, and for refusing “to deliver them to the officer and employee of the United States entitled to receive them”: language straight out of the Espionage Act. Twenty-one of the documents were marked top secret, nine were marked secret, and one was unmarked.
These documents are not all those recovered—some likely are too sensitive to risk making public—but they nonetheless hold some of the nation’s deepest secrets: “military capabilities of a foreign country and the United States,” “military activities and planning of foreign countries,” “nuclear capabilities of a foreign country,” “military attacks by a foreign country,” “military contingency planning of the United States,” “military options of a foreign country and potential effects on United States interest,” “foreign country support of terrorist acts against United States interests,” “nuclear weaponry of the United States,” “military activity in a foreign country.”
Smith put it starkly in his statement, “The men and women of the United States intelligence community and our armed forces dedicate their lives to protecting our nation and its people. Our laws that protect national defense information are critical to the safety and security of the United States and they must be enforced. Violations of those laws put our country at risk.”
On Twitter, Bill Kristol said it more clearly: “These were highly classified documents dealing with military intelligence and plans. What did Trump do with them? Who now has copies of them?” Retired FBI assistant director Frank Figliuzzi noted that there is a substantial risk that “foreign intelligence services might have sought or gained access to the documents.”
There is also substantial risk that other countries will be reluctant to share intelligence with the United States in the future. At the very least, it is an unfortunate coincidence that the Central Intelligence Agency in October 2021 reported an unusually high rate of capture or death for foreign informants recruited to spy for the United States.
Since Trump supporters have taken the position that Trump’s indictment over the stolen documents is the attempt of the Biden administration to undermine Trump’s presidential candidacy, it is worth remembering that Trump’s early announcement of his campaign was widely suspected to be an attempt to enable him to avoid legal accountability. Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed Special Counsel Jack Smith precisely to put arms length between the administration and the investigations into Trump.
Smith noted today, “Adherence to the rule of law is a bedrock principle of the Department of Justice. And our nation’s commitment to the rule of law sets an example for the world. We have one set of laws in this country, and they apply to everyone. Applying those laws. Collecting facts. That’s what determines the outcome of an investigation. Nothing more. Nothing less.
“The prosecutors in my office are among the most talented and experienced in the Department of Justice. They have investigated this case hewing to the highest ethical standards. And they will continue to do so as this case proceeds.”
Smith added: “It’s very important for me to note that the defendants in this case must be presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. To that end, my office will seek a speedy trial in this matter. Consistent with the public interest and the rights of the accused. We very much look forward to presenting our case to a jury of citizens in the Southern District of Florida.”
Likely responding to MAGA attacks on the FBI and the rule of law, Smith thanked the “dedicated public servants of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, with whom my office is conducting this investigation and who worked tirelessly every day upholding the rule of law in our country,” before closing his brief statement.
The indictment revealed just how much detailed information Smith’s team has uncovered, presenting a shockingly thorough case to prove the allegations. Trump’s lawyers will have their work cut out for them…although the team has shifted since this morning: two of Trump’s lawyers quit today. The thoroughness of the indictment also suggests that Trump and his allies might have reason to be nervous about Smith’s other investigation: the one into the attempt to overturn results of the 2020 election.
Some of Trump’s supporters are calling for violence. After Louisiana representative Clay Higgins appeared to be egging on militias to oppose Trump’s Tuesday arraignment, Democratic senate majority leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House minority leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) issued a joint statement calling for “supporters and critics alike to let the case proceed peacefully in court.” Legal scholar Joyce White Vance noted that it was “extremely sad for our country that this isn’t a bipartisan statement being made by leaders from both parties.”
Notes: https://www.justice.gov/opa/speech/special-counsel-jack-smith-delivers-statement https://www.cnn.com/2023/06/09/politics/walt-nauta-trump-indicted/index.html
https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.648653/gov.uscourts.flsd.648653.3.0_2.pdf https://www.nola.com/news/politics/clay-higgins-urges-war-over-trump-indictments-author-says/article_db78acde-0701-11ee-af01-73c2414fd4d7.html https://www.nytimes.com/2023/06/09/us/politics/trump-indictment-lawyers-trusty-rowley.html https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/05/us/politics/cia-informants-killed-captured.html https://www.cornellpolicyreview.com/the-executive-records-recovered-from-mar-a-lago-and-the-c-i-a-s-missing-informants/ https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/793
Twitter links: BillKristol/status/1667332834514616320 JRubinBloggestatus/1667287186616754177 JoyceWhiteVance/status/1667277258183065601 petestrzok/status/1667276941043351555 djrothkopf/status/1667237607388880922 petestrzok/status/1667276952439324674?s=20
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2023.06.10 14:26 wcs1113 Recommendations for upbeat shows
I'll be in NY for a couple of weeks and want to fill it with as many shows as I can. However, I'm very new to the theatre world, and am not familiar with a lot of the shows.
The shows I'm definitely seeing are:
&Juliet (Current favorite - saw it 19 times during the pre-broadway run in Toronto)
Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Obsessed with the mischief theatre company)
The Play That Goes Wrong (Saw a clip with the original cast, and have to see it in person even though it's not them. I adore their comedy style.)
Hadestown (Been dying to see it ever since I came across a clip of Wait For Me. Want to make sure I see it before Reeve and Eva leave one day.)
Leopoldstadt (Not my usual kind of thing to watch, but my great-grandparents escaped from Vienna during WWII, so definitely wanted to see this.)
I want to fill any remaining dates I have with the most upbeat, joyous shows available. I'm uncultured in theatre. I'm simple. I want something that will make me laugh, dance in my seat, and keep me smiling after I leave. My first time seeing &Juliet, I had no idea what it was about. It completely changed the next couple of months of my life, and made me more happy than I can explain. (As a queer person, May spoke to my soul.) I'd love to discover other shows that are just as joyful.
P.S. Massive preference to shows that have cheaper seats in the first few rows all the way on the sides. It's much more important for me to be super close and fully immersed than it is to have a view of the whole stage. I can't afford center orchestra, so side orchestra at the front is my preference if shows have cheaper seats there. Like &Juliet has first and second row extreme side view for $99, whereas center is $250+. Even bigger preference if there's any shows that are known for having rush/lottery seats that are first few rows - extreme side view is ok!
(Not looking for a play unless it is SO filled with comedy that I'm laughing the whole time. I have a VERY difficult time sitting still for so long at plays. I've watched Harry Potter and the Cursed child in Toronto and was bored out of my mind. I'm making a special exception for Leopoldstadt.)
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2023.06.10 14:25 sattakingresu Sattaking Rajdhani
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2023.06.10 12:15 lmb_reddit All State - PICK 4 List Performance for 2023-06-09
Lottery Website for Workouts and Tools - Lets Make Billion All State - PICK 4 List Performance for 2023-06-09 Numbers:
Congrats all Winners and Followers.
|State ||Draw Date ||Draw Time ||Winning Number ||BOX Number ||VTRAC Number |
|DC ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||6030 ||0036 ||1124 |
|FL ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||1647 ||1467 ||2235 |
|IL ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||0200 ||0002 ||1113 |
|KY ||2023-06-09 ||Midday ||6200 ||0026 ||1123 |
|LA ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||6229 ||2269 ||2335 |
|MA ||2023-06-09 ||Midday ||0018 ||0018 ||1124 |
|MD ||2023-06-09 ||Midday ||0414 ||0144 ||1255 |
|MI ||2023-06-09 ||Midday ||9150 ||0159 ||1125 |
|MO ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||7290 ||0279 ||1335 |
|MS ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||6299 ||2699 ||2355 |
|NM ||2023-06-09 ||Midday ||3039 ||0339 ||1445 |
|NY ||2023-06-09 ||Midday ||7209 ||0279 ||1335 |
|ONT ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||1314 ||1134 ||2245 |
|PA ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||1791 ||1179 ||2235 |
|PR ||2023-06-09 ||Midday ||4209 ||0249 ||1355 |
|TN ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||3501 ||0135 ||1124 |
|TN ||2023-06-09 ||Midday ||8064 ||0468 ||1245 |
|TN ||2023-06-09 ||Morning ||8352 ||2358 ||1344 |
|TX ||2023-06-09 ||Night ||6039 ||0369 ||1245 |
|WI ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||8064 ||0468 ||1245 |
|WV ||2023-06-09 ||Evening ||3609 ||0369 ||1245 |
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2023.06.10 11:28 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Business] - I Won $50,000 From a Scratch-Off Lottery Ticket and Bought a House NY Times
2023.06.10 07:54 poppers4352 [FND] Pac-Man #10323 - 114 spots at $3/ea
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2023.06.10 06:23 madmag23 Major League Soccer USA
SUNDAY 11 JUNE 2023 (GMT +7)
Atlanta United vs DC United
9th in the league and unbeaten in their last five league games (W1 D4), Atlanta United will face the challenge of 11th-place DC United at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta tomorrow. The visitor has been inconsistent of late, recording 2 victories, 2 draws, and 1 defeat in their last five league games. Last time out, Atlanta steals a point on their visit to Los Angeles courtesy of a brilliant performance by their goalkeeper Brad Guzan who produced 8 saves in that game. That is their fourth draw in a row and they will be looking to get back to winning ways in this game in front of their supporters. Meanwhile, DC United manage to claim all three points on their visit to Miami to beat Inter Miami thanks to a 90th-minute winner from Christian Benteke. That is their first win in the last three league games and Wayne Rooney’s side will take confidence from that performance to try to keep the momentum going in this game. However, in the last four meetings between the two sides, it was Atlanta United who dominated with them winning all of those games. But Atlanta will be without the services of three players for this game, with Amir Sejdic, Erik Lopez, and Osvaldo Alonso on the sidelines. That injury situation is still better than their opponent DC United as they have a lengthy injury list at this moment in time, with Luis Zamudio, Russell Canouse, Luan, Mohanad Jeahze, Nigel Robertha, and Martin Rodriguez all out of action. All those leads to me backing Atlanta United to get back to winning ways in this game.
Prediction: 55 – 45
Montreal vs Minnesota United
Saputo Stadium in Montreal will host the game between Montreal and Minnesota United this Sunday. Two teams are only separated by one point in the table with the visitor Minnesota United having a one-point lead over the host at the moment. The visitor is without a win in their last three league games (D2 L1) and in their last game, they were to forced to settle for a point when they entertain Toronto at home. They even nearly lost the game if not for an 89th-minute equalizer from the substitute Kervin Arriaga. As for Montreal, they lost their last two league games but those two games were on the road. At home, they are pretty solid. They won all of the last five games at Saputo Stadium in all competitions, scoring nine goals while conceding none in the process. That positive record at home will surely breed confidence for Hernan Losada’s side and they will be determined to end their three games losing record against Minnesota United in this game. To make it more interesting, Minnesota United holds the second-best away games record in the league with 12 points collected in 9 games (W4 L5). However, they lost four of their last five games on the road (W1) and that is something that can be used to boost Montreal’s player’s morale ahead of this game. Montreal’s recent excellent record at home will be the key differential in this game where I expect the home side to claim all the three points here.
Prediction: 55 – 45
Charlotte vs Seattle
Just recorded two consecutive defeats in the league against Philadelphia Union and Columbus Crew, Charlotte FC will have another tough challenge this weekend when they entertain Seattle at Bank of America Stadium. Seattle is 5th in the league at the moment, but could only win one of their last five league games (D1 L3). In their last game, they were held to a 0-0 draw at home by Portland despite controlling 61% of ball possession. They could also only manage to produce 1 shot on target throughout the match and that is the homework for their manager Brian Schmetzer to solve ahead of their visit to Charlotte this Sunday. In the meantime, Charlotte lost four of the last five games in all competitions (W1). They also lost their last home game against Nashville where they got beaten 2-1 in that game due to the last-minute goal scored by Nashville’s player. This game will be the second meeting between the two sides at MLS and Seattle won the game in a reverse fixture last year. The home side will be without the service of Hamady Diop, Enzo Copetti, Kamil Jozwiak, and George Marks in this game as they are still recovering from their injuries. Meanwhile, the visitor will be missing their top scorer Jordan Morris and their midfielder Ethan Dobbelaere through injury in this game. Jordan Morris’ absence in this game will be a big blow for Seattle as he is their top scorer in the league with 9 goals scored from 15 appearances. Without him, Seattle will have weaker attacking forces and that is good news for Charlotte to take the initiative to attack from the beginning of the match. It will be tight but I think Charlotte will be the one to take the three points from this game.
Prediction: 55 – 45
New England vs Inter Miami
Without a win in their last six games in all competitions (D3 L3), New England will welcome the visit of Inter Miami at Gillette Stadium this Sunday. The visitor has been out of form in recent weeks but they grabbed the headline as they manage to sign the superstar, Lionel Messi. The departure of their manager Phil Neville is expected after the England man could only record five wins from 11 league games at the start of the season and then proceed to lose five straight league games. Inter Miami then turn their hope to the interim manager Javier Morales to improve their situation ahead of the arrival of Lionel Messi next month. On the other side, New England has been struggling in recent weeks, and last time out they hold NY City to a 0-0 draw on their visit to New York. Despite failing to win any of their last five games in the league, New England remains in 6th position and they will be determined to try to hold that playoff spot. There is no fresh injury concern for Bruce Arena’s side for this game and he could go with the same starting XI on their visit to New York last week. Meanwhile, Inter Miami will be missing their defender Kamal Miller as he will be serving his suspension and at the moment, he is the only confirmed absentee for them in this game. It is hard to separate these two sides at the moment and I think in the end the spoils will be shared here.
Prediction: 50 – 50
Orlando vs Colorado
Two teams in contrasting form, Orlando and Colorado, will face each other at Exploria Stadium in Orlando this weekend. The home side is unbeaten in their last five league games (W2 D3) while the visitor is failed to record a single victory from their last six league games (D1 L5). Colorado manages to stop their five games losing run in the league when they hold San Jose to a 0-0 draw at home last week. However, that point came at a cost of a red card for their player Moise Bambito and in that game, Colorado’s player Connor Ronan failed to convert a penalty in the 70th minute. Those bad moments are not an ideal momentum to help boost their confidence ahead of their visit to Orlando who in their last game, Orlando manage to record a solid 3-0 victory over New York Red Bulls. One thing really interesting from Orlando this season is that they hold the best away games record in the league but at home, they could only collect 9 points from the last 8 home games. A game against a struggling side like Colorado really presents them with a great opportunity to improve their record at home and continue their climb up the table. Moreover, they have more motivation to end their winless record against Colorado which stretches to four games in all competitions now (D3 L1). Abdi Salim and Luca Petrasso remain out for Orlando in this game while the visitor will miss Moise Bambito and Max Alves through suspension for this game. I’m expecting Orlando to continue their unbeaten with a win over a struggling Colorado side here.
Prediction: 60 – 40
Toronto vs Nashville
Nashville’s impressive run of form continues as they manage to extend their unbeaten run to seven games in the league when they record a victory on their visit to Dallas last week. An own goal from FC Dallas midfielder Nolan Morris and Hany Mukhtar’s 10th goal of the season was enough to seal their four consecutive three points in the league. Those positive run of results put Nashville 2nd in the league at the moment and they will be keen to at last stay there in the remaining games of the campaign. Meanwhile, Toronto FC themselves are currently unbeaten in their last three games in the league (W1 D2) with their last two games in the league seeing them record back-to-back draws against Chicago Fire and Minnesota United. That positive run of results put Toronto in the 22nd position in the league at the moment. Interestingly, Nashville has failed to beat Toronto in the last four meetings in the league (D2 L2). That will ultimately boost the confidence of Bob Bradley’s side ahead of this game. Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Bernardeschi have a combined 5 goals scored between them in the league so far and will be relied upon by Bob Bradley to attack Nashville’s strong defense that boasts the second-best defensive record in the league. It will be tight and both teams have the qualities to hurt each other here. I think a draw would be the likeliest outcome from this close contest.
Prediction: 50 – 50
1. This prediction content comes from a third party and is for reference only. I am not responsible for any wins and losses generated by members using these tips.
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2023.06.10 06:02 zriojas25 “There is no accountability in this Dojo!”
2023.06.10 05:19 The-Underdog1984 Check it- Ohtani comes through for the W.
2023.06.10 04:31 WillingAd1887 Pirates potent offense, shoddy Mets defense results in a seventh straight loss for NY SNY
2023.06.10 04:31 LoveMangaBuddy Read Demon X Angel, Can't Get Along! - Chapter 85.5 - MangaPuma
Demons and angels are two opposite races. As the times change, they are tired of fighting. In order to coexist peacefully, they decided to start a marriage plan! The plan has a one-year observation period. If the devil and angel still cannot get along well, the marriage will be cancelled. As a result, Jiacheng (devil) and Yu Shanshan (angel) were “luckily” selected by lottery as marriage partners, ... Read Demon X Angel, Can't Get Along! - Chapter 85.5 - MangaPuma. Read more at https://mangapuma.com/demon-x-angel-cant-get-along/chapter-85-5
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2023.06.10 03:07 Kurisu810 When to look for graduate housing
In coming engineering graduate student, haven't really started looking for graduate housing. I sort of understand the school-affiliated housing lottery system. The results start rolling out in July, but just in case I am unlucky, when is it the latest I can realistically look for housing options that r not school-affiliated?
I'm trying to move in the last few days of July or early August the latest.
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2023.06.10 02:50 anytvnews Satta King Result 2023: Results of Satta King came on June 9, became millionaires by investing money in lottery games including Golden Mumbai-Disawar
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2023.06.10 00:53 Ohios_3rd_Spring AITA for telling my mom she isn’t as thin as me?
I hate that this sounds like me weight shaming my mother.
When my mom was young she was super skinny. Supposedly, no matter what she ate, she always hovered around 110lbs. After she had me she put on about 100 more lbs. Growing up my parents never really paid attention to nutrition so we ate whatever and I was an overweight kid. When I was a teenager my mom and I were about the same size. Through high school and into college she would buy duplicates of what she bought clothes wise and give them to me. I would also get a lot of her clothes she didn’t want anymore. As a broke college kid, I was super grateful to not have to buy clothes.
I moved out, only saw my parents about once a month during college and since I started working. I lost about 50-60 lbs in my early to mid twenties when I leaned how to eat better. I’m 29 now, and my mother and I haven’t been the same size for at least 5 years, maybe longer. I’ve tried telling her when she gives me clothes, they don’t fit. We aren’t the same size anymore. Again, trying to be grateful, but I can’t wear them.
My mother started leaving clothes her size behind at my house like she used to do when she visited my college dorm. I either give them away or return them, sometimes giving her the money back when I see her. She asks why, I remind her they don’t fit me. She insists they’re the right size but she thinks I want to wear too tight of clothes instead.
On a family trip she made everyone matching t shirts. Hers was an XXL. She made mine an XXL without asking what size I wanted (would be M). In front of my family I first said, “This won’t fit, do you have one my size?” She replied, “I know you’re a little smaller now, but you can tuck it in.” A little smaller? I’ve busted my ass to lose weight. I was angry. I told her, “You aren’t thin like me, I haven’t been overweight in a long f-ing time.”
Well, she lost it crying. Dad’s mad, my uncle’s mad, aunt won’t speak to me. ATIA?
Edit: my mom has tried to lose weight. By that I mean, she’ll pick a fad diet for a few weeks, when she doesn’t see immediate results she quits it. I’ve tried encouraging her. I’ve tried talking to her about it because I want her to live a long time. She just continues to insist diets don’t work and it’s a complete luck of the genetic lottery. I grew up thinking being overweight was gross because my mother would remind me how thin she was as a teenager when I wasn’t, but also thinking I couldn’t change being overweight because she couldn’t lose weight. Also probably worth mentioning I have a younger brother in college who she refers to as fit, strong, and the male version of her at that age - he plays sports and has a naturally high metabolism. He was a chubby kid but not my level of overweight.
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2023.06.10 00:41 dont_be_all_unc00l Ovarian Remnant Syndrome in 4 yr old spayed dog?
I adopted my 4 year old dog a little over a year ago. Shes a mutt and was found in rural Georgia where she had at least a couple pups (that I know of), was spayed and immediately shipped up to NY and adopted (by me). There was some weirdness with the rescue around the confirmation of her spaying but they ultimately confirmed with the shelter and I saw that she still had stitches where one would expect them to be after spaying. Now, a year later I had a couple weird experiences with her that landed us at the vet. She’s generally fearful/reactive so I don’t typically take her to dog parks but on two separate occasions I took to one nearby just to sniff around by the edge. Both times dogs ran over to her and started aggressively licking her vagina. So aggressively that I had to physically pull them off of her. It made me uncomfortable and prompted me to do a little physical exam and I noticed she had some white discharge. Nothing super alarming but I was unsure if this was an indication of some medical concern so I took her to the vet and he put her on antibiotics and took a sample for cytology.
Today, he called with the cytology results and said he saw some evidence of inflammation which could indicate vaginitis and also saw some estrogen producing cells (I’m not 100% sure if I’m repeating this correctly) he said it could have something to do with where/how he took the sample. At this point, our plan is to finish the round of antibiotics and take her back to the dog park and see if the dogs continue hounding her. He said possible next steps could be, another round of antibiotics and/or testing her AMH levels to see if she has signs of ovarian remnants. I’m having a tough time with the wait and see approach and I’m not sure if I’m fully understanding everything correctly. Does anyone here have any experience with this and can shed some light?
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2023.06.10 00:35 M4RKJORDAN Why do News Channels use this Rhetoric and why does nobody complain?
Is any of you guys ever bothered by how certain words are used in news articles?
I have a big problem with the headlines some news channel use or the rhetoric some journalists use when writing their articles.
Before explaining myself better I will leave some examples of headlines from various articles found online:
1 NBC NEWS: "Putin thinks he can win in Ukraine because it matters more to him than to the U.S., says CIA chief"
- Source: https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/national-security/putin-thinks-he-can-win-ukraine-war-says-cia-chief-rcna74221
2 NY TIMES: "Putin Thinks He’s Winning" -
3 CNN: "Putin wants China to think he can defeat Ukraine. But his expensive military gambit is yet to yield results" -
What do these articles have in common? A particular word is used in all the headlines.
The word I'm referring to is "THINKS".
I wonder if articles titled like this are garbage or if those people seriously think they can read a person's mind. How can articles like these be allowed on Mainstream news channels, and why does nobody seem to question how these articles are presented?
Do you guys also find this strange or perhaps you think there is nothing wrong with those headlines? Why do they use this rhetoric? Is it just propaganda?
I think articles titled like this share the same level of credibility as conspiracy theories.
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2023.06.10 00:18 indigo_field Getting a job is like winning the lottery - literally!
2023.06.09 23:29 ILoveMoney_93 Useless stats on if it's better to go 1st or 2nd on the finale date episode
This very random thought occurred to me, so i decided to check. I wondered if more winners went on the first date or the second date when it comes down to the final two contestants. Do we start strong? Or is it best for last?
Spoilers will follow for the results of rol, fol, ilny & dol
Rol1 - Heather 1st, jes 2nd. Jes wins.
Rol2 - Ambre 1st, daisy 2nd. Ambre wins.
Rol3 - Mindy 1st, Taya 2nd. Taya wins.
Fol1 - NY 1st, Hoopz 2nd. Hoopz wins.
Fol2 - Deelishis 1st, NY 2nd. Deelishis wins.
Fol3 - Black 1st, Thing2 second. Thing 2 wins.
DOL - Flex 1st, London 2nd. London wins.
ILNY1 - Tango 1st, Chance 2nd. Tango wins.
ILNY2 - Buddha 1st, TM 2nd. TM wins.
Out of the 9 shows, 1/3 of the winners were the one who went on the first finale date. The other 2/3 winners were the ones who went on the date second.
So, maybe, it's statistically better to go second if you make it to the finale 🙂
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2023.06.09 22:55 CamayPerfumeScent Any of y’all cats play NY Lottery and games and win consistently?
I’m from Buffalo and everyday my favorite number comes out whether I play it or not.
Like today ‘193’ came out. I’m nine-trey blood gang. I played it yesterday but I played some weird shit today and missed it.
The other day I hit ‘350’ cause that the temperature most ‘black’ people cook on.
I hit the ‘911’ and the ‘360’ too. Plus I got 4/5 numbers on the Take5 winning $500 all this month.
I’d win everyday if I was REALLY on it fr. I’m about to be rich again!
Y’all play too? What’s your favorite numbers?
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2023.06.09 21:35 Wolfleaf3 Is there some way for me to disable T production?
I can’t get to my HRT appointments anymore and I don’t know if it’ll have insurance much longer anyway.
I would prefer not to die so I would like to disable T production, if that’s possible somehow. Preferably in such a way that it doesn’t preclude good bottom surgery results.
It isn’t realistic I’ll ever get bottom surgery… but I don’t know, in case I win the lottery or something.
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2023.06.09 19:28 elborracho420 Dark Coin Roadmap Update
We are excited to share the updated roadmap for the Dark Coin project, outlining key milestones and proposals for the upcoming quarter. We've made some updates and improvements over at dark-coin.io
to help keep track of our progress so far, as well as our path forward. Our focus remains on community empowerment, decentralization, and developing the Dark Coin project. Here are the highlights:
1.) Multi-Sig Election Scheduled (July-August 2023): In line with our commitment to decentralization, we will facilitate an election process to select multiple community representatives. These elected users will exercise control over the creator wallet and project funds using multi-signature functionality. This democratic approach enhances representation and fosters a stronger community.
2.) DAO Proposal: Arena Bossfights (Lottery): Our team is preparing a proposal to further enhance the Dark Coin Arena. This exciting new feature will enable users to engage in thrilling boss fights and captivating questlines using their character NFTs. Stay tuned for more details on this immersive gaming experience.
3.) DAO Proposal: Game Project(s): We are exploring additional game projects, including ASA Defender, a playful twist on the classic Asteroids game. These proposals will be presented through the Dark Coin Council system, where community members can discuss and approve the projects' specific details and the integration of Dark Coin within these games.
4.) DAO Proposal: Dark Coin xGov Proposal: We invite the community to vote on whether the Dark Coin team should pursue an xGov proposal for project funding. As a grassroots project, our funding primarily relies mostly on team member and community donations and project NFT sales. It is crucial to carefully consider the implications and potential benefits of this proposal for the future of Dark Coin.
5.) Integration of Council dApp with Discord Bot: To streamline communication and enhance transparency, we are developing a Discord bot that will automatically update the DAO channel in our Discord server with proposal information and vote results, ensuring that community members are promptly informed and engaged in the decision-making process.
6.) Technical Documentation page: Further development of the dark-coin.io
page to serve as the technical documentation page for the Dark Coin project. Significant progress has already been made with changes deployed to the page, and we are working to further improve the design and information. This page will host the project roadmap, darkpaper, and links all relevant project socials from across all channels. The big picture plan here is for the DAO to take control of the roadmap, allowing the community to decide our best path forward using the Council dApp.
7.) Development of Rewards Claim dApp Features: We have already implemented a "rewards" section on our dApp, allowing users to claim reimbursements owed during the transition to the V2 token. Building on this foundation, we are expanding the features to accommodate other project airdrops. Users will be able to conveniently claim drops directly from our website at dark-coin.com
We are thrilled about the progress and upcoming developments in the Dark Coin project. Your support and active participation are vital in shaping the future of our community-driven ecosystem. Stay engaged, provide feedback, and join us as we continue to push forward.
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