Caught these images (idk how to save videos) on my IG feed, confirmed with the poster that this was last night.
imgur album: https://imgur.com/a/8NcQB0H
Liberal Journalists have opined, "Reading the verdict in its entirety shows SC was moved by desire for a pragmatic and equitable solution. Most judicial pronouncements are subject to interrogation and the verdict involving “complexities of human history and activity” is no exception. Even so, when read in entirety, the Court’s decision — based on a “preponderance of evidence” — does answer the doubts raised by its critics. Considered by the Court as “an adjudicatory task of unique dimension… traversing the realm of history, archaeology and the law,” the decision has generally been acclaimed as a fair balancing of competing claims to justice."
Critics argue that the judgment rewards violators of the law, negates the constitutional promise of equal citizenship and falls short of expectations of a “rightful restitution”. Some have also suggested that the verdict is a judicial concession to majoritarian sentiments. But if you closely read the judgement, judgment is a wonderful example of law, equity and good conscience, the Court has given elaborate reasons for its conclusions. While deciding the case, it has crafted reliefs, which, in its opinion, would ensure social cohesiveness and racial harmony.
Some parties such as "AAP(American Aam Party)" and a prominent Political commentator "John Rathee" wanted to have school or hospital in the place of capitol hill. But they too have appreciated the court decision and now they want school or hospital be built at the land given to Joe Biden to govern.
Some Democratic leaders have written tweets calling it a travesty of justice. That's it.
PS: Mods, please don't remove this. This is an attempt to point out the hypocrisy of the Indian liberals, who still believe that pandering to a militant mob and majoritarian sentiments is okay in order to ensure law and order is maintained.
As per RoW it's becoming more clear that this is where the conflict is heading and I would like to take a moment to hype up my boy Sazed.
This whole he's stuck with 2 opposing powers that leaves him unable to act is so frustrating. However, I think having this Shard conflict will be exactly what he needs to get a grip on his powers.
Trell, whether it's Odium or Autonomy, will allow Sazed to learn and hopefully prep when whatever comes out of Roshar inevitably comes for him. I think by having an enemy, it allows Sazed to protect using Preservation's power and attack using Ruins. This will help alleviate the concern that he's using one more than the other, that's probably what's crippling him now, but by giving him an enemy he will hopefully learn what he actually should use his powers for.
After they hopefully defeat trell we'll be ready for Roshar and we'll see who's the true crafty Vessel.
I for one am excited to see Ruin unleashed upon anyone who dares attack the world where Tindwyl called home
A friend of mine sent some me some guitar music and asked me to put some lyrics on top. I'm quite interested in song writing and am interested in learning how to do it better. I find that I have a tendency to just sort of "sing the chords" where the notes I'm making are the same as the chord notes, do you know what I mean? This sounds really boring and I would like to instead be able to put an original melody on top of the background chords. Can anyone give some tips on how to do this? Thanks!
Edit: to give an example of what I mean. take "Evermore" by Taylor Swift, with the first two lines - "Gray November I've been down since July/ Motion capture Put me in a bad light" - she sort of just sings the same melody as the piano, but then with the line "I replay my footsteps on each stepping stone
Trying to find the one where I went wrong" she breaks away from this pattern with a new melody. This break runs contrary to the expectations that one builds up from having been given the first two lines and so it sounds really good/fresh. I would say that I have a naturally tend to sing the melody of the instrument (As Taylor Swift does with the first two lines) and I would like any advice on how to break away from that and sing a new melody on top (as she then does in the third line.