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So, I am exploring the idea of a career change into the mortgage industry and have looked into taking the MNLS classes and exam to apply for licensing. It looks like I need to be sponsored by a company to get my license (Virginia), but I have no experience (or license) to get hired. All job postings I've found required a couple years of experience in mortgages. [more inside]
I'm a British citizen, living in the UK, but quite likely moving to Paris at the end of this year for my partner's new job. We have a young child, and we are planning that for the first year of our stay, I would be a stay-at-home parent. Possibly longer than that, though I'm keen to learn French and get a job after that year. I'd like to get suggestions for the best way to study for a bachelor's degree while we are in France. [more inside]
Years ago, on the web, I came across a test question that a college professor posed to their students, sort of asking them what information ought to go onto an ebook reader/mobile device that oppressed peasants could use to make their own lives better, but subtextually demonstrating that this problem is very very hard. I can't find it now -- anyone got a link? [more inside]
A dear friend of mine needs a family law attorney in Salt Lake City, UT to review some documents regarding custody that her ex-husband's attorneys drew up. Any recommendations? [more inside]
What are some great iPhone apps for fun, light reading or trivia? [more inside]
Can you recommend an iOS personal financial management app? Quicken data import ability would be a major plus. [more inside]
I really like the new Linux phone/workstation Librem. Two little hiccups. I need streaming music with stations and skips integrated with my steering wheel controls (currently on Slacker on iPhone, but I'm not all that loyal) and more importantly, an app that will navigate to where I need to go. (Currently Google Maps on iPhone.) If I can get streaming music and turn-by-turn GPS map navigation, I will absolutely flip to Librem, as my iPhone 6 Plus is decidedly pokey these days and can't get me to a shell prompt.
I've got a LP gas grill from North America but I'm in the Netherlands. The US grill comes with a type 689 gas regulator. The grills here in the Netherlands have type 714 gas regulators. Are these the same? (other than the size of the fitting for the gas bottle) If they are the same, then I can just buy an adapter (like this one: link ) [more inside]
Early breakfast spot near Liberty Landing Marina Sunday morning? [more inside]
I have been assigned to the HR section of a public sector organization without any real prior experience in HR work. This organization is currently getting ready to try to rehaul its workforce planning and institute a results-based management system for the first time. I'm looking for a book that will give me a basic handle on workforce planning and RBM - ideally, focused on the private sector and/or on the process of designing these policies. Googling has not produces anything that fills me with confidence. Any suggestions?
I cannot use the "show in calendar" option when clicking on dates within emails on my iPhone. Can this be fixed? [more inside]
We are moving soon and I need tips for helping our 2 large adult dogs adjust. I'm also pondering some new opportunities for training that a new house gives us. [more inside]
Sometime in the last couple years, somewhere on the internet (likely on MetaFilter but maybe not) I read something which I'll paraphrase here: "Fascists use the same strategy for 3-dimensional chess as any other game; if their opponent reaches a hand toward the board, they smash it with a truncheon." I don't know if the context I saw it in was as a quote from some other medium or an original observation, and find myself wanting to quote it but not knowing how to attribute it. Does it ring any bells?
Maybe about 5 years ago, there was a funny commercial. I think it was for a car. The premise was a guy was hosting a candy selling fundraiser to school kids. He said something like "whoever sells the most gets... a free trip to wacky water kingdom!" The kids run out and scream in excitement and the man goes "Now get out there and sell that candy!" Anyone remember what commercial this was for, and would you send me a link if you find it? Thanks!!
I'm looking to find a source for something. I remember seeing an extended metaphor on comedy, but searching has provided nothing. It went something like... [more inside]
I'm spending the first week of July en famille on this small island in the Gulf of Morbihan. If anyone happens to have been there, I would love recommendations and suggestions.
What is the easiest way to get voicemail for a Japanese cell number? I would like a solution that is free and can be accessed via any web platform, but I have both an android and an iPhone to work with. [more inside]
A loved one is in need of intensive help. Can anyone personally recommend an excellent, accredited therapist/therapy center in/near Nashville, TN who specializes in a few key areas? [more inside]
We're suspending our subscription to Gather... [more inside]
Can anyone advise on the downsides to being declared as a disabled worker in France? [more inside]