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Very Reddit The Japanese Disaster Team arrived in Turkey.

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r/todayilearned 3h ago Faith In Humanity Restored

TIL of "Earthquake diplomacy" between Turkey and Greece which was initiated after successive earthquakes hit both countries in the summer of 1999. Since then both countries help each other in case of an earthquake no matter how their relations are.


r/interestingasfuck 5h ago

/r/ALL people in the 80s react to new laws against drinking and driving

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r/Wellthatsucks 6h ago

currently stuck inside my house missing work because my neighbors started shooting at the cops this morning

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ancient wisdom found within Fun facts and good times

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r/wholesomememes 6h ago

2 best friends reunited

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r/MurderedByWords 6h ago

Why aren't people afraid of showing their stupidity in public?

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r/Damnthatsinteresting 3h ago

Image Family in 1892 posing with an old sequoia tree nicknamed "Mark Twain" - A team of two men spent 13 days sawing away at it in the Pacific Northwest - It once stood at 331 feet tall with a diameter of 52 feet - The tree was 1,341 years old

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Fuck you Putin, see you in a week from Canada

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r/suspiciouslyspecific 5h ago

kid can be a kid.

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Meme 💎🙌🏼

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r/facepalm 7h ago

🇲​🇮​🇸​🇨​ Tat

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r/nba 6h ago Take My Energy

Shannon Sharpe on Ja Morant: "For some reason he wants to surround himself with these type of people. Bruh, you're not hard. This is not your life. You got a $200 million contract and you want people in the NBA to think you hood, to think you gangster."

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r/nonononoyes 4h ago

The security had one job

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r/terriblefacebookmemes 5h ago

There's Alot to unpack here..

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r/oddlysatisfying 7h ago

Dividing brown sugar cubes


r/space 6h ago

No emergency "We're not calling this a rescue Soyuz." For the first time in the 22 year history of the ISS, a docked spacecraft has been declared unfit to return its crew. A meteoroid strike damaged the Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft, and 3 temporarily stranded astronauts now wait for the launch of a new ride home.


r/memes 3h ago Gold

These are bomb I don't care what yall say

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r/movies 7h ago

News AMC Theaters to Change Movie Ticket Prices Based on Seat Location


r/mildlyinfuriating 6h ago

WYD if your pizza arrives like this?

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r/BestofRedditorUpdates 4h ago

EXTERNAL AAM A sweet solution to an annoying problem.


I am NOT OP. This was originally posted on Ask A Manager here (number 3) with the update here.

Mood spoiler-wholesome af

Trigger warnings-none

How to tell a former employee he can’t visit us weekly

I’m a senior director for a group of highly skilled experienced employees. Everyone is at a high level in the large organization and they are primarily self directed while I set organizational strategy and ensure everyone has resources. We had a very kind and beloved employee, “Frank,” retire in 2021. He was very isolated during Covid and had a hard time with the transition to retirement. He feels comfortable resuming activities now, and one of those activities is stopping by our office once a week to chat. We are a very relaxed hybrid so most days there’s only a small handful of people there, but Frank will sit down and chat with whoever is there for 30-40 minutes and then move on to the next person.
We aren’t a public-facing office so it’s unusual to have someone visit to hang out, but while everyone is busy, it’s not completely unheard of that someone would have a 30-minute chat catching up with an old colleague or client, and everyone can manage their time and a break for a midday chat is welcome on occasion. However, this has been going on for MONTHS, and I’m hearing people make offhand comments about Frank’s visits.
I told everyone to feel fine saying “It’s a busy day, no time to talk” but everyone genuinely does care about Frank and it seems like these visits are a lifeline to him. I tried inviting him to an after hours happy hour to set the tone that he’s welcome to socialize with us but at a less disruptive time, but the visits haven’t stopped.
I was going to directly talk to him about the need to stop or drastically cut down on visiting but when I mentioned it to two other directors they thought that was really harsh and I’m having trouble coming up with the right words to use with Frank since the usual things a manager would say don’t work with a team this self directed. Should I just ignore this perceived problem and leave it up to everyone if they want a chat? Any potential scripts for how to also tell a very kind person that we cannot be his social club?


I have an update to a question you posted a few months ago about our retired worker, Frank, who kept dropping by weekly for hours long chats. A very big THANK YOU to the commenters who suggested volunteer work. I don’t know why that hadn’t occurred to me since my aunt founded and ran a nonprofit near and dear to me (shout out to diaper banks, which are a huge unmet need in many communities where diapers aren’t covered by food assistance programs or food banks).

The next week when Frank came in, I saw two people run in the other direction and decided to address it. I invited Frank to lunch and unprompted he shared that he was really at loose ends and didn’t know how to spend his time. I brought up volunteering and he said he didn’t know how to find a place to volunteer, how do you even apply, and who would want his help (EVERYONE! everyone wants people who have unlimited daytime ability). I gave him my aunt’s number then and there and sent her a text to expect his call.

He called the next day and by the following week was a full-time fixture there. At Thanksgiving, I asked my aunt how Frank was doing and she gushed about his hard work pitching in wherever, his positivity, the ideas he was bringing to the table. She loved Frank.

New Year’s rolls around and we have another family get-together and who walks in but Frank! He and my aunt are in a relationship! They are looking at moving in together!!! They are both ehhh on marriage but “we’ll see”! The office has a break from Frank but now I might be getting more of him. I don’t know if AAM has been responsible for a love match before, but I’m crediting this one to you and the commenters for this kismet!

Reminder-I am NOT OP. This was originally posted on Ask A Manager here (number 3) with the update here.

r/Eyebleach 7h ago

Sooooo, whatcha doin'?


r/funny 5h ago All-Seeing Upvote

What’s the owner of this cars job?

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