The resignation was announced by Trump via Twitter, Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen will take his place. His last day as AG is December 23rd.
##Submissions that may interest you
|Trump says Barr resigning, will leave before Christmas||apnews.com|
|William Barr To Step Down As Attorney General Before Christmas||npr.org|
|William Barr steps down as Trump's attorney general||theguardian.com|
|Barr to step down before Christmas, Trump tweets||pbs.org|
|Bill Barr to Step Down||cnn.com|
|Trump says Barr resigning, will leave before Christmas||apnews.com|
|William Barr Resigns||huffpost.com|
|President Trump Says AG Barr Will Resign, Effective Before Christmas||news9.com|
|Attorney General William Barr to step down, Trump says||cnn.com|
|Bill Barr Has Resigned||thedailybeast.com|
|Attorney General William Barr resigns - CNNPolitics||cnn.com|
|William Barr To Step Down As Attorney General Before Christmas||bloomberg.com|
|William Barr Resigns After DOJ Throws Cold Water On Voter Fraud Claims||m.huffpost.com|
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I actually judge the potential of the candidate by how they format their resume (typos? grammar? formatting? style?). If you format it as a PDF, I see your resume how you want me to see it. If you have it as a Word document, margins, fonts, etc may be lost or adjusted when I open it.
Ensure you show me your best self by converting it to a PDF.
And please... proof read it. Give it to a friend or family member to proof read it thoroughly. I will likely not recommend you for interviewing if you have poor grammar or obvious typos. I assume you are providing me a sample of your work when I look at your resume. It shows either that you don't care or aren't detail oriented when you have typos and I assume I can expect the same if I hire you.
Edit: There is a lot of conversation about Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and how they can vomit on PDFs. So, please be aware of this when submitting to systems that may utilize this.
Edit: this post has been substantially rewritten, in response to a few comments indicating that the original version was unclear. The content is the same, but I hope my wording is now much clearer!
/r/DMAcademy gets multiple posts per day consisting solely of very brief, generic requests for first-time DMing advice:
"I'm a first-time DM, and I'm not sure how to get started. Does anyone have any advice?" <end of post>
Yes, we do have a lot of advice! I think it would be great to have a community-generated "how to get started" type of resource for this subreddit, in order to help out new users who aren't even really sure what questions they should be asking. Many other hobby-based subreddits have extensive FAQs and wikis available. Unfortunately, the existing wiki on this subreddit is quite bare-bones, and is mostly made up of links.
I propose that the mods create a stickied megathread where users can submit their best general advice for a brand-new DM: tips and tricks, favorite resources, encouragement, troubleshooting advice, etc. We'd want this post to be highly visible in the community for a while, so that everyone who wants to contribute can see it and add their comments to the thread. After a while (say, a month or two), we can either take all of the comments and condense them into a Wiki/FAQ page, or we can just leave the post as a sticky so that new users wanting a place to start can be directed there.
I don't intend for this megathread to seek to tackle every potential question a new DM could have, and I definitely don't want to discourage newcomers from posting. I think this would be helpful to new users who are looking for a place to start, and also cut down on the number of practically-identical questions this sub receives every day. As it stands, those posts usually only get 2-3 comments and 1-2 upvotes because of their repetitive nature, so I think a big megathread filled with loads of first-time DM advice would be more useful to them. I'm sure that it won't eliminate people submitting "I'm new, what do?" posts, but I think this would still be a great resource to have.
From official CSGO Tweet:
We have not told teams when RMR stickers will be discontinued and any communication on the matter will be public.
If you purchased RMR Capsules due to this story, or for any other reason, you can submit a refund request for unopened capsules at http://help.steampowered.com.
Why YSK: I was a Manager in the Customer Service/E-Commerce industry for over a decade, companies will almost always blame the low-level employees for a negative survey, even if the customer is upset about things completely out of an agent's control.
If you've got an issue with the company or their policies just understand that the negative survey likely hurts the employee who's also usually the lowest on the totem pole (potentially getting them fired), whether or not they have any control over said policy.
Earlier today we posted on social that we will be taking in questions for the Diablo Q&A at BlizzConline. I should note that we will be taking questions before BlizzConline and through the first day of BlizzConline. We will be pulling from the form link here, Reddit and from the Diablo forums. I wanted to get a Reddit thread up to help consolidate everything into one post for easier tracking!
As the Q&A is limited in time, we will try to get to as many questions as possible in the segment and we will be sure to pull relevant questions submitted after the opening ceremonies/panels on Day 1 to ensure we obtain some of the newest and latest questions that come across your mind!
Hope to virtually see you at BlizzConline!
Is there a subreddit where you submit a paragraph and can have someone reword it for you more articulately? I struggle with articulating exactly what I mean since I am dyslexic, and would love to have my emails reworded by people for whom this comes very naturally.
I am extremely nervous about not submitting an sat score I feel like it's not really "optional" and they're just saying that. Anyone here who got into a great school without submitting their sat score? Lol I need some emotional support..
Everyone knows the power of comments can really breathe life into an author, so I'd like to help any fellow writer out there with some personal feedback. Feel free to submit a link to our story here in this thread. I'll eventually get around to them
but after this weekend, no more submissions will be considered.
>One story per author, please.
>If your story is multi-chapter, please note I will only read the most recent chapter (unless I am familiar with the fandom, in which case I'll let you know and read the entire story). However, there is a good chance I won't be familiar with your fandom, so please provide me with a synopsis of your story leading up to that chapter if you could so I have some context going into it (you can DM me those details if you don't want them public).
>I will give kudos no matter what! And my reviews will always be substantial and honest.
To all authors out here, keep up the good work. Writing is true passionate work. Thanks for building and maintaining such a supportive community here.
I hope in my own way I can provide some support to you in return with this offer.
Hey everyone, just wanted to put it out there that I just started a Coaching Series where you can submit your clips from Ranked & I will review, coach, and talk about what you could've done differently and better in any scenario. I'm really looking to use my competitive experience to help everyone doing their best to improve and be the best player they can be. 🏆
Here's the first Episode on the video, the form link is in the description & ANY feedback is appreciated! 💙
➡️ youtu.be/UvgiNeaIiWw ⬅️
##The theme for February is back sides of projects.
Show us the back side of your project! Is it super neat? Let's see! Such a disaster zone you should get federal aid for the clean up? Show me!
For this month only, you may submit a FO or a WIP. There just needs to be enough stuff going on in the back that we can adequate judge how much we love the back.
Reply to this post with a direct comment.
You may submit up to two pieces but they must be in separate comments.
You have until February 28 to submit your project.
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You have until February 28 to vote for the winners.
Winners will be announced the first week of March.
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