The Daily Populous

Friday October 26th, 2018 evening edition

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Smash event attendees have been trashing each other about tournament stench for years.

In 2008, a California tournament organizer put a rule into effect that, if players aren’t keep up with their hygiene, he has the right to disqualify them.

In 2015, a Tallahassee Smash event coordinator feared losing their biweekly tournament slot after locals apparently labeled it “stinky day.”

Smash games can get intense, tickling players’ sweat glands, and that odor can become particularly pronounced around games for which opponents sit next to each other.

Unfortunately, compounding upon that, it looks like some Smash event attendees don’t take precautionary measures.

It’s not that a majority of Smash event attendees smell, he told me over e-mail.

Pidge added that, while tournament stench is sometimes an issue, what’s really obnoxious is how incessantly Smash players tweet about it. »

Gay artist explodes Twitter: ‘Straight men understand consent when they go to a gay bar’

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Tweeting under the handle @BLCKSMTHdesign, Schneider posted a picture of himself in front of a sign that read, “Straight men understand consent when they go to a gay bar.”.

I suspect that much straight male fear of gay men, stems from the fear that gay men will treat straight man the way straight men treat women.

those same straight men would be very uncomfortable being hit on by gay men and would understand what its like having the terms of your consent violated — ❝ 𝙁𝙄𝙕𝙕 ❞ (@burstbombz) October 25, 2018. »

The Science of The Job Search, Part III: 61% of “Entry-Level” Jobs Require 3+ Years of Experience

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In fact, after analyzing a random sample of 95,363 jobs, we discovered that 61% of all full-time “entry-level” jobs require 3+ years of experience.

Based on our analysis, you can successfully apply to jobs if you’ve got ±2 years of the required experience.

3 is the magic number here: below 3 years of experience, you don’t (officially) qualify for most entry-level jobs; above 3 years of experience, you do. »

Caitlyn Jenner: I thought Trump would help trans people. I was wrong.

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Since then, I have learned and continue to learn about the obstacles our community faces, the politics that surround us and the places my voice can help.

Following Trump’s election as president, I saw fertile ground for change within the Republican Party on LGBTQ issues.

I believed I could work within the party and the Trump administration to shift the minds of those who most needed shifting. »