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So you're enjoying your morning run in the park before work and then suddenly a stray dog runs up to you looking like it's ready to attack you well what should you do in a situation like this should you run should you fight should you give them a dog biscuit that might be a good idea give them something else to munch on here are the most helpful recommendations of experts on how to keep yourself safe from dogs or what to do if you're attacked who is at risk most of the time joggers cyclers and other fast moving people get attacked the thing is dogs react to movement and it triggers a chase instinct plus they may consider some area theirs and if you trespass in their property they might try to protect it so what to do if you see that a dog is ready to attack you part one avoiding the attack don't panic many people believe that dogs and some other animals can kind of sense human fear well it's not that they really sense the fear it's just that they become more confident when they see that their prey is intimidated so no matter how hard it is try to stay calm if the dog sees that it can't scare you it might think you're a dangerous person to mess with don't dispel its illusions don't try to rot first things first dogs are faster well at least most of them accept this fact and relax there's no chance you can run away it's not even worth trying secondly running will provoke the dogs instinct to chase so you might create a problem yourself even if the dog didn't mean any harm in the first place stand still if you were running slow down to a walk and then stop completely most likely if the dog saw you as a threat when you were moving fast the threat must be eliminated either by you or by the dog we prefer the former so if you stopped moving chances are the dog will lose interest in you and walk away also it's better to stand sideways to the dog this way you will appear slimmer to it which means you are less of a threat don't make eye contact direct eye contact may make the dog more aggressive it may be a reason for an attack your best course of action is to keep the dog in sight but avoid direct eye contact this will signal to the dog that you are not dangerous and it can let you go unharmed make fists no not for fighting fists are necessary to protect your fingers from getting bitten off even if the dog bites your fist it is much easier to break free from that distract the dog with another object if you have something in your hand threw it in another direction it can be a bottle of water your bag or anything


Are Russian claims of military parity or even superiority founded?
Take Eastern claims with huge grains of salt. The Russians said they possessed plasma stealth which not only superceded American stealth designs but was so modular it could be fielded to their entire fleet of flankers and MiGs, we can clearly see the authenticity of their statements right? No, that technology never existed.The Chinese claimed to have terahertz anti stealth radar or in laymen’s terms: an IR flashlight paired with an IRST which is rediculously stupid considering the IR output from a jet is orders of magnitude more that can be obtained from the reflection of even powerful IR beam originating from dozens of noy hundreds of kilometers away.The Russians said their Kontact 5 on the T90 gave it equal protection to western tanks, when the Cold War ended NATO got its hands on a few T90s and tested their guns and armor, it penetrates the Leopard 2 armor but not the Abrams or the Challenger 2s, not even at point blank range, the Abrams on the other hand could still penetrate the base armor + kontact 5 at 1000m and this was before special anti-ERA penetrators like the M829A3 and M829A4 came out.The T72’s performance in desert storm was down to export model and crew incompetence according to our eastern friends, the Chechens made videos of them arguing who got to destroy the next Russian T72 in an ambushed column. No rooftop to fire into deck armor and no rear aspect shots, just a couple RPG7s using the baseline PG-7V rocket lobbed into the sides.The Iranian MBT is a T72 tank fitted with some other tech stripped from other tanks like the M48 Patton and additional angular plates of metal welded on to give a futuristic look, it’s a literal PR tank. Wtf do they need a sleeve for their gun for?The latest Kinzhal missile is supposedly impervious to NATO defenses and yet these claims ignore basic physics. in their own depictions the missile needs a braking maneuver to slow itself down because they can’t fit a radar seeker powerful enough to penetrate its own plasma layer generated by Mach 10 speeds through exponentially thickening atmosphere.this prolongs the engagement and slows the missile down considerably making it easier to shoot down.Their claim to fame is developing the world’s most capable airborne PESA radars which is true…because the west switched to AESAs decades ago and their most powerful AESAs outperform their PESAs. They are still trying to integrate AESAs into their aircraft fleet while simultaneously delaying their own 5th gen fighter program due to delays in engine development.Their most powerful naval assets are their submarines, the tragic Kursk incident of 2000 created from the Russians lacking the ability to rescue their own submarine crews right underneath their northern fleet. In 2005 they lost another sub. This time the crew was rescued…by the British and Americans who sent their own DSRVs to assist.Their new “next generation” T14 looks impressive but actual tankers have pointed out numerous issues. Even now their guns have stabilization issues and despite supposedly not being a massively expensive machine to produce compared to the T90 the Russians cut their order to just 100 by 2020 by which time the entire fleet of M1A2s will be upgraded to SEPv3 standard and begin upgrades to SEPv4 standard.In Yugoslavia the supposed deadly SA6 and hundreds of SHORADs including the SA8 launched hundreds of missiles and shot down 2 aircraft even after realizing they were flying the same path repeatedly and intercepting NATO communications on numerous accounts.Some of their statements have validity but be sure to fact check every supposed advantage since most of it can be debunked rather quickly.
How do I bring a dog to the USA from Russia?
You’ll have to toss it into a blender and run it on high for two minutes. After you’ve created a thick, pink puppy paste, spoon out into freezer safe containers and then mail each parcel to the US.If that seems too hard, then fine. Bring your dog to the US alive. The US provides this handy guide: Dogs | Bringing an Animal into U.S. | Importation | CDC
How can I bring my pet dog to India from the USA?
Call the airport and ask.You WILL need a veterinary’s health certificate that was issued no longer than 30 days prior to the day of departure. This also means any vaccines required for India.You will also need a crate that approved BY the AIRLINES and make sure to fill out all the paperwork. Dogs can’t fly without crates and be aware of the air temperatures. Cargo holds are NOT usually climate controlled and if the airplane sits on the runway for an extended length of time IT WILL GET HOT !!! Many airlines cut off flying animals after certain dates when the weather is hot. CALL Air Cargo of the airline you will be flying and ask.
How can I bring my dog from us to Mexico?
Do you mean to ask “How can I bring my dog from the United States (U.S.) into Mexico?”Well IF that is the case it is pretty easy. You can:Put it on a leash and walk across the border. (Note: If it is well mannered the leash is optional.)You can drive across in a vehicle, car, truck or motorcycle (Note: dogs prefer side cars on motorcycles, it makes them feel super cool)You can pay an exorbitant price and have your canine friend flown into the country. (Note: even with a first class ticket the dog will be in a crate in the underbelly of the plane, unless you are one of those jackasses that want to pretend your fido is a “service animal” because he gives you emotional support, and you paid $99.95 to a bogus website that magically transformed him and made the two year minimum training unnecessary)Or you can sneak into Mexico over the mountains and swim through the river and trek through the desert. (Note: take lots of water and pay no attention to Northbound traffic less a coyote might charge you for going the wrong way.)Seriously, have a healthy and well cared for pet, keep his shots up to date with current vaccination tags and a signed and dated note from the vet (they are cool, I call it my doggy passport) and you are good to go. Getting into Mexico is never the issue.Getting back into the us, I mean United States with your dog will require all the shots and proof mentioned just above. Going South is super easy and you pal will enjoy the tacos. (Note: my dogs prefer the carne asada without hot sauce, ,0 )
How the US Army see the Russian Army?
That’s difficult to answer. Overall, I would say we are not impressed.As individuals, they should be taken seriously. As an army, they are a paper tiger.The Russians nurture a talent for corruption and mismanagement that would rival any third world banana republic. This filters into their military.The upper ranks are shot through with ass kissing careerists, and the lower ranks are full of conscripts. This has an interesting effect on the Russian army. They really don't have a professional NCO corps the way that most western military's do. Technical jobs and leadership positions that are filled with junior enlisted men in the west, like fixing radios or running a squad of tank mechanics, are done by officers in the Russian army.As a consequence you end up with a large group of barely trained soldiers (known to be savage and difficult to control) at the bottom, and a large chunk of the officers at the top having their only real leadership experience running the motor pool. They don’t have a pyramid, they have an hourglass and so are missing the huge chunk in the middle of the military comprised of career enlisted men that actually know how to do stuff.The Russians are aware of this. Officers on exchange programs with the Russian military reported back that the Russians were not afraid of our tanks, fighters and guns, what they feared the most were NCO’s. It's just not a core competency they have in their military structure.On the hardware side, they have a different philosophy of use, that being “cheap and disposable”, where the west tends to prefer “expensive but capable.” They do develop some very good stuff, but here is where the “paper tiger” aspect comes in.Look at the T-14 Armata tank. It has very impressive specifications, a real monster on the battlefield. Why are western armies not shaking in their collective boots?Well, because no one gets in the way of Russians quite like Russians. They were supposed to start mass production of the tank in 2015, rolling out 500 a year. Its almost 2018 now and they’ve barely made 20. No that's not a typo. I didn't mean 2000, or 200. I meant twenty.Even if they did manage to fix the production lines, they are supposed to be buying a total of 2300 tanks. Maybe that's impressive to you, but bear in mind that the US has over 8000 M-1 Abrams already. And that's just the USA, we aren't even talking about the rest of NATO, who are treaty bound to help us fight in a war with Russia.All the while, the dirty secret is that even if they managed to build 2300 Armata’s, the Russian military doesn't have the cash to actually train 2300 crews, or keep up with parts, fuel and ammo to make them proficient. And that's just for training back home, we haven't even begun to talk about the expense of forward deployment during war time.Same with the T-50 PAK FA. The “5th” gen fighter for the Russian air force. Looks impressive on paper. But unlike the F-22, it does not have 360 deg stealth. It doesn't have the right engines yet. They traded full stealth for something else that looks good on paper but in the real world is useless. Supermanuverability. What good does dog-fighting maneuverability do you when stealth planes are locking onto your rear from 100 NM away? That’s not even like bringing a knife to a gun fight, its like bringing a knife to a long distance sniper fight where the other guy is wearing camouflage.It was supposed to have gone into service this year, now they are saying 2025, maybe. Number of prototypes built? Nine. This will be hampered even more by the fact that India will likely cancel their orders for the plane leaving the Russians too short on cash to finish the project. Meanwhile the 180+ F-22’s have been in service for 12 years already.And again, assuming the Russians could even build 120+ stealth planes without Indian money (they can't), it’s well documented that Russian fighter bases are in a terrible state of decay and disrepair, with the average fighter pilot only flying once a month if they're lucky. Western pilots fly more training hours in a month than Russian pilots get in a year.We have 10 nuclear supercarriers. They have one oil burning pocket carrier, the Kuznetsov, that has to travel with its own tugboat because it breaks down so much. I’m not making this up.The list goes on and like this. Being able to build a cool plane or tank is a long, long way off from being able to train proficient crews, affording fuel, ammo and parts for training, retaining your soldiers once they're trained long enough for them to pass that knowledge off and then being able to deploy with them in a wartime ops tempo.What does the US military think of the Russian military? Honestly we barely think about it at all.
What could Trump do to bring lots of well paid manufacturing jobs back to the US Rust Belt?
I was at a recent summit in Ohio where a woman from a local college said that there were 50,000 high paying technical jobs in Ohio alone that companies were having a difficult time to fill due to the lack of trained people. If this is true, then there is a huge disconnect between our our needs and expectations. The biggest problem is that job functions change over time and what was needed in the past is no longer needed or valued (how many Rolodexs do you see in offices?). In my 30+ years in industry, I have seen a tremendous change in the needs, skills, jobs, etc. The biggest problem is how to train or re-train people to move from one job set to another. Throughout my career, I have tried to maintain a level of knowledge and skills that I had hoped would keep me employed in the long term. I did not expect that either industry or the government was going to look after me.Moving from one job function to another is a difficult task especially when you have bills to pay, a family, and a desire to maintain some semblance of a life. It is difficult to know which jobs will be relevant in the future and how long that they will be needed. It is also difficult to move radically to a different discipline or skill set.Manufacturing in the US and elsewhere will become more automated since automation solves a lot of problems. Don’t expect the old manufacturing jobs like those found in sewing factories, foundries, electronic components, assembly plants, etc. to come back to the US with large number of manufacturing jobs. If you want a good paying job in the US, you will need to learn a new trade - and a valued trade. Easier said than done, but reality. Of course, you can force the issue, but as others have pointed out, expect to pay higher prices for everything.I think what needs to be supported is re-training that assists families during the transition. A transitional stipend to pay the bills and on-the-job or work/study training is the best way to achieve a healthy skills base. Often people do not want to move when companies do so the only alternative is being re-trained and not to hold the company hostage. Of course, the problem here is the desire of the individual to be re-trained. The same person who said that we have 50,000 high paying technical jobs available also said that they are having problems finding people who want to be trained for those high paying jobs.It is a bit of a quandary and perhaps others have other good ideas to keep people joyfully employed and give them a sense of purpose and a chance at a good life. I have felt extremely privileged in my life and my career for living and working in the US even though I came from an economically strapped family and had to work my way up. We have to give others the same chance for the long term health of the nation.It upsets me quite a bit when wealthy politicians try to manipulate the system and our emotions to their own end. Anger, trade wars, pointing partisan fingers is not the way to prosperity unless you thrive in a state of fear.I am waiting to see what will transpire keeping my fingers crossed that the country will do the right thing,Update:Last week, the NYT had an article about Siemens opening a turbine plant in North Carolina. 800 manufacturing jobs were announced and 10,000 people applied for those jobs. Of those 10,000 people less than 15% of the applicants could pass a 9th grade English and Math proficiency test. Let that sink in: LESS THAN 15%! I remember when I started in industry more than 30 years ago and spent a good deal of time in our company’s plant in Richmond, Va. I was shocked to learn that about 30% of our hourly workers were functionally illiterate. So this has been going on for a long time. OK before you go half-cocked screaming that this is the failure of our education system, remember, people come from all over the world to attend OUR colleges and universities. We have a systemic problem in the country which involves all of us at every level. Parents are not doing their jobs. Our children are distracted by commercialization and consumerism, and yes, sports - more money is spent in our school system on sports than science. 42% of Americans believe that the world is less than 10,000 years old. Many parents believe that sports will be their savior for averting college tuition. Our teachers are forced to teach to an ability to regurgitate facts rather than to reason. Critical thinking skills are not valued and we can’t tell fake news from facts and go with our gut instead. (This question is a good example that the answer should have been self-evident).If the goal is to bring good manufacturing jobs back to the US, we NEED an educated workforce. What does this mean for those people in North Carolina who have not achieved a ninth grade proficiency? Do we want jobs that mentally only grade schoolers can do and pay higher wages for these jobs? Would you do that if you were running a business and spending your money? If we spend money to train people to do the jobs of the future, everyone in the value chain must be committed. I feel for these people who came to Siemens looking for hope in acquiring a job in a high tech industry. Local community colleges should look at this as an opportunity to build a viable workforce and the people of North Carolina should look at this as an opportunity to be a part of the future manufacturing workforce. Re-training is hard, especially when you need to do it all at once but if you don’t think that life is nothing but series of learning experiences and you need to be prepared for change, then, more likely you will the one who suffers when the world does change.The days of Rolodex’s and buggy whips, coal mines and picture tubes are over unless you want to move backwards as a nation. We are at a precipice and so far it seems the President is more concerned with crowd envy and closing the borders.
How much cash can I carry in the US?
While you're legally allowed to carry as much as you want, there are extreme risks to carrying large amounts of cash in the US. Not only could you be robbed by a criminal, but US police and airport security sometimes seize cash claiming that it must be related to criminal activity. Under American civil asset forfeiture laws, they do not need to convict you of any crime or even charge you with a crime to seize your cash. Once a law enforcement agency has your money, they make it extremely difficult and expensive to get it back even if you can prove it's not related to any criminal activity. People carrying cash to buy cars or other large items have had their money seized by police without any charges or warrants. Police departments are often allowed to use seized funds for their own budgets, so they're highly motivated to take cash whenever they find it. Never carry more cash than you can afford to lose.Civil forfeiture in the United StatesAsset Forfeiture AbuseThese states let police take and keep your stuff even if you haven't committed a crimeCollege student had his life savings seized by the cops even though he was never charged with a crime