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Africa, Belgium, and Chicago: Collegeville, MN Conway Springs, KS Covington, KY Dallas, TX Albany, NY Altoona, PA Grand Mound, IA Grand Rapids, MI Anchorage, AK Anchorage, KY Baker, OR Greenbush, MN Hannibal, MO Davenport, IA Denver, CO Hartford, CT Baltimore, MD Helena, MT Billings, MT Bridgeport, CT Honolulu, HI Detroit, MI Dubuque, IA East Greenwich, RI Indianapolis, IN Briscoe Memorial, WA Jackson, MS Brooklyn, NY Burlington, VT El Paso, TX Jolict, IL Fairbanks, AK Kansas City, KS Kansas City, MO Fall River, MA Camden, NJ Cape Girardeau, MO Charleston, SC Fargo, ND Farmington, IA Lincoln, NE Los Angeles, CA Chicago, IL Fort Worth, TX Los Gatos, CA Gallup, NM Louisville, KY Cincinnati, OH Cleveland, OH Goshen, NY Manchester, NH Phoenix, AZ Marietta, GA Scranton, PA Marty Indian School, SD Memphis, TN Mendham, NJ Pittsburgh, PA Portland, ME Seattle, WA Spokane, WA Springficld, MA Portland, OR Providence, RI Miami, FL St. Francis, WI Milwaukee, WI Ralcigh, NC St. Ignatius, MT Mobile, AL Richmond, VA St. Louis, MO St. Michael, AK Rochester, NY Monterey, CA Nashville, TN New Orleans, LA St.Paul/Minneapolis, MN Stebbins, AK Rockville Centre, NY Rosebud Reservation, SD New York, NY Stockton, CA Sacramento, CA Toledo, OH Oakland, CA San Antonio, TX Omaha, NE San Bernardino, CA Tucson, AZ Wellesley, MA Wilmington, DE Onamia, MN San Diego, CA Orange, CA Palm Beach, FL Santa Barbara, CA Worcester, MA Santa Fe, NM Yakima, WA Peoria, IL. Santa Rosa, CA Philadelphia, PA Savannah, GA Yuma, AZ Adelaide, Australia Franca, Brazil Caen, France Akute, Nigeria Antigonish, Canada Arapiraca, Brazil Canberra, Australia Gortahork, Ireland Cape Town, South Africa Cebu City, Philippines Goulburn, Australia Grenada, Spain Hamilton, New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand Chatham, Canada Ayacucho, Peru Ballarat, Australia Chimbote, Peru Hobart, Australia Christchurch, New Zealand Hollabrunn, Austria Igloolik, Canada Bass Hill, Australia Ciudad de México, México Comillas, Spain Cottolengo, Chile Cuacnopalan, México Curracloe, Ireland Bathurst, Australia Kilnacrott, Ireland Kircubbin, Northern Ireland Berazategui, Argentina Berlin, Germany Lancefield, Australia Letterfrack, Ireland London, England Bindoon, Australia Dandenong, Australia Dublin, Ireland Bo, Sierra Leone Bontoc, Philippines Lota, Ireland Edinburgh, Scotland Feilding, New Zealand Flawinne, Belgium Maipú, Chile Manchester, England Manila, Philippines Brits, South Africa Bruges, Belgium Buenos Aires, Argentina Newcastle, Australia Salta, Argentina Mariana, Brazil Masterton, New Zealand San Luis Potosi, México Ngong, Kenya Ollur, India Santiago, Chile Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Medellín, Colombia Ottré, Belgium Paraná, Argentina Perth, Australia Melbourne, Australia Melipilla, Chile Mérida, Venezuela Sherbrooke, Canada Silverstream, New Zealand Middlesbrough, England Pilar, Argentina Soni, Tanzania Mildura, Australia St. John's, Canada Poznań, Poland Mittagong, Australia Monageer, Ireland Sydney, Australia Toowoomba, Australia Preston, England Quilicura, Chile Quilmes, Argentina Trondheim, Norway Tubay, Philippines Wagga Wagga, Australia Wexford, Ireland Morisset, Australia Morón, Argentina Rab, Croatia Reading, England Rickhofen, Germany Mount Isa, Australia Munich, Germany Nairobi, Kenya Naval, Philippines Neerkol, Australia Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Wilno, Canada Rufisque, Senegal Wollongong, Australia Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, France This is the list of cities that the film Spotlight (2015) displayed in its end credits where major sexual abuse scandals involving the Catholic church were uncovered.
Africa, Belgium, and Chicago: Collegeville, MN
 Conway Springs, KS
 Covington, KY
 Dallas, TX
 Albany, NY
 Altoona, PA
 Grand Mound, IA
 Grand Rapids, MI
 Anchorage, AK
 Anchorage, KY
 Baker, OR
 Greenbush, MN
 Hannibal, MO
 Davenport, IA
 Denver, CO
 Hartford, CT
 Baltimore, MD
 Helena, MT
 Billings, MT
 Bridgeport, CT
 Honolulu, HI
 Detroit, MI
 Dubuque, IA
 East Greenwich, RI
 Indianapolis, IN
 Briscoe Memorial, WA
 Jackson, MS
 Brooklyn, NY
 Burlington, VT
 El Paso, TX
 Jolict, IL
 Fairbanks, AK
 Kansas City, KS
 Kansas City, MO
 Fall River, MA
 Camden, NJ
 Cape Girardeau, MO
 Charleston, SC
 Fargo, ND
 Farmington, IA
 Lincoln, NE
 Los Angeles, CA
 Chicago, IL
 Fort Worth, TX
 Los Gatos, CA
 Gallup, NM
 Louisville, KY
 Cincinnati, OH
 Cleveland, OH
 Goshen, NY
 Manchester, NH
 Phoenix, AZ
 Marietta, GA
 Scranton, PA
 Marty Indian School, SD
 Memphis, TN
 Mendham, NJ
 Pittsburgh, PA
 Portland, ME
 Seattle, WA
 Spokane, WA
 Springficld, MA
 Portland, OR
 Providence, RI
 Miami, FL
 St. Francis, WI
 Milwaukee, WI
 Ralcigh, NC
 St. Ignatius, MT
 Mobile, AL
 Richmond, VA
 St. Louis, MO
 St. Michael, AK
 Rochester, NY
 Monterey, CA
 Nashville, TN
 New Orleans, LA
 St.Paul/Minneapolis, MN
 Stebbins, AK
 Rockville Centre, NY
 Rosebud Reservation, SD
 New York, NY
 Stockton, CA
 Sacramento, CA
 Toledo, OH
 Oakland, CA
 San Antonio, TX
 Omaha, NE
 San Bernardino, CA
 Tucson, AZ
 Wellesley, MA
 Wilmington, DE
 Onamia, MN
 San Diego, CA
 Orange, CA
 Palm Beach, FL
 Santa Barbara, CA
 Worcester, MA
 Santa Fe, NM
 Yakima, WA
 Peoria, IL.
 Santa Rosa, CA
 Philadelphia, PA
 Savannah, GA
 Yuma, AZ
 Adelaide, Australia
 Franca, Brazil
 Caen, France
 Akute, Nigeria
 Antigonish, Canada
 Arapiraca, Brazil
 Canberra, Australia
 Gortahork, Ireland
 Cape Town, South Africa
 Cebu City, Philippines
 Goulburn, Australia
 Grenada, Spain
 Hamilton, New Zealand
 Auckland, New Zealand
 Chatham, Canada
 Ayacucho, Peru
 Ballarat, Australia
 Chimbote, Peru
 Hobart, Australia
 Christchurch, New Zealand
 Hollabrunn, Austria
 Igloolik, Canada
 Bass Hill, Australia
 Ciudad de México, México
 Comillas, Spain
 Cottolengo, Chile
 Cuacnopalan, México
 Curracloe, Ireland
 Bathurst, Australia
 Kilnacrott, Ireland
 Kircubbin, Northern Ireland
 Berazategui, Argentina
 Berlin, Germany
 Lancefield, Australia
 Letterfrack, Ireland
 London, England
 Bindoon, Australia
 Dandenong, Australia
 Dublin, Ireland
 Bo, Sierra Leone
 Bontoc, Philippines
 Lota, Ireland
 Edinburgh, Scotland
 Feilding, New Zealand
 Flawinne, Belgium
 Maipú, Chile
 Manchester, England
 Manila, Philippines
 Brits, South Africa
 Bruges, Belgium
 Buenos Aires, Argentina
 Newcastle, Australia
 Salta, Argentina
 Mariana, Brazil
 Masterton, New Zealand
 San Luis Potosi, México
 Ngong, Kenya
 Ollur, India
 Santiago, Chile
 Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
 Medellín, Colombia
 Ottré, Belgium
 Paraná, Argentina
 Perth, Australia
 Melbourne, Australia
 Melipilla, Chile
 Mérida, Venezuela
 Sherbrooke, Canada
 Silverstream, New Zealand
 Middlesbrough, England
 Pilar, Argentina
 Soni, Tanzania
 Mildura, Australia
 St. John's, Canada
 Poznań, Poland
 Mittagong, Australia
 Monageer, Ireland
 Sydney, Australia
 Toowoomba, Australia
 Preston, England
 Quilicura, Chile
 Quilmes, Argentina
 Trondheim, Norway
 Tubay, Philippines
 Wagga Wagga, Australia
 Wexford, Ireland
 Morisset, Australia
 Morón, Argentina
 Rab, Croatia
 Reading, England
 Rickhofen, Germany
 Mount Isa, Australia
 Munich, Germany
 Nairobi, Kenya
 Naval, Philippines
 Neerkol, Australia
 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
 Wilno, Canada
 Rufisque, Senegal
 Wollongong, Australia
 Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, France
This is the list of cities that the film Spotlight (2015) displayed in its end credits where major sexual abuse scandals involving the Catholic church were uncovered.

This is the list of cities that the film Spotlight (2015) displayed in its end credits where major sexual abuse scandals involving the Catho...

Michigan, Today, and Cold: Oh, it’s so cold outside today in Michigan!
Michigan, Today, and Cold: Oh, it’s so cold outside today in Michigan!

Oh, it’s so cold outside today in Michigan!

Choose One, Fail, and Finals: Mo San h Abatrac Thoma Inter #UN 5OVERET MATH 432 Hahn LUNE (5 pts) at of your work. Do not make false statements. Keep your eyes Tost 1 (5 pts each) 1. Define a group < G, * >. m WITH SELECT TEAS AND NATURAL FLAVORS PLEAEE etermine if each of the following statements are true or false. If it is true Drove Crener prove it false or give a counter-example. (Hint. These are all false.) 3. (a) Every finite cyclic group has at most two generators. (B) If every proper subgroup of a group is cyclic, then the group is cychc. (c) Every finite group is abelian. (5 pts) 3. Given the following permutations, 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 5 6 8 :) 1 2 3 4 5 6 78 3 4 1 8 7 5 2 6 4 3 1 7 compute o OT, TOO and o-1. (10 pts each) 4. Determine if the following sets G with the given binary operations * are groups. If they are, veriEY Che axiomms. If they are not, explain which axioms fail. If it is a group, determine if it is abelian. (lf the operation is a usual form of multiplication or addition, you may assume associativity.) (a) Let G =R+ and let a * b= a. %3D (b) Let G = Z* and let be multiplication. (c) Let G = Z; and let be multiplication mod 7. (d) Let G = Un= {z € C|2" = 1} and let * be addition. |3D (e) Let G= {A € M2,2(R)I det(A) = 1}, and let * be matrix multiplication. (15 pts) R be defined by o(x) = 2x + 1. 5, Let o: R %3D (a) Show that o is a bijection. (b) Define the binary operation so that o:< R, * >→<R,+ > is an isomorphism. (c) What is the identity for ? 10 (10pts) (a) Let o: G G' be an isomorphism between two groups < G,*> and <G,>whose are e and e' respectively, and let H<G. Prove that oH <G'. 6. Choose one of the following problems to do. Clearly indicate which problem you wish to have g (b) Vet G be an abelian group. Prove that the set of all elements of G that are their ow Aorms a subgroup of G. What happens if G is not abelian? G be a group, and let H <G. Define a relation on G by a~bif and on 7. 2) n equivalence relation on G. Ind by a, and let o:G G be an isomorphi Tea Made Wien Real Brewed TWISTED TE HARD ICED TEA ORIGINAL Studying for abstract algebra and real analysis finals for tomorrow then I'm graduated!
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 San h
 Abatrac
 Thoma
 Inter
 #UN
 5OVERET
 MATH 432 Hahn
 LUNE
 (5 pts)
 at of your work. Do not make false statements. Keep your eyes
 Tost 1
 (5 pts each)
 1. Define a group < G, * >.
 m WITH SELECT TEAS AND NATURAL FLAVORS
 PLEAEE
 etermine if each of the following statements are true or false. If it is true Drove
 Crener prove it false or give a counter-example. (Hint. These are all false.)
 3.
 (a) Every finite cyclic group has at most two generators.
 (B) If every proper subgroup of a group is cyclic, then the group is cychc.
 (c) Every finite group is abelian.
 (5 pts)
 3. Given the following permutations,
 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
 5 6 8
 :)
 1 2 3 4 5 6 78
 3 4 1 8 7 5 2 6
 4 3 1 7
 compute o OT, TOO and o-1.
 (10 pts each)
 4. Determine if the following sets G with the given binary operations * are groups. If they are, veriEY
 Che axiomms. If they are not, explain which axioms fail. If it is a group, determine if it is abelian. (lf
 the operation is a usual form of multiplication or addition, you may assume associativity.)
 (a) Let G =R+ and let a * b= a.
 %3D
 (b) Let G = Z* and let be multiplication.
 (c) Let G = Z; and let be multiplication mod 7.
 (d) Let G = Un= {z € C|2" =
 1} and let * be addition.
 |3D
 (e) Let G= {A € M2,2(R)I det(A) = 1}, and let * be matrix multiplication.
 (15 pts)
 R be defined by o(x) = 2x + 1.
 5, Let o: R
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 (a) Show that o is a bijection.
 (b) Define the binary operation so that o:< R, * >→<R,+ > is an isomorphism.
 (c) What is the identity for ?
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 are e and e' respectively, and let H<G. Prove that oH <G'.
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 (b) Vet G be an abelian group. Prove that the set of all elements of G that are their ow
 Aorms a subgroup of G. What happens if G is not abelian?
 G be a group, and let H <G. Define a relation on G by a~bif and on
 7.
 2)
 n equivalence relation on G.
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Studying for abstract algebra and real analysis finals for tomorrow then I'm graduated!

Studying for abstract algebra and real analysis finals for tomorrow then I'm graduated!

Bad, Bones, and Food: writing-prompt-s You drop a small piece of food on the floor, and decide to kick it under the oven/couch/ whatever because you can't be bothered to pick it up. As you're walking away, you hear a very quiet "Thank you!" from under it. bethanythemartian "No problem," I say, the words passing out of my mouth on autopilot, before my brain engages and I freeze. I turn, and look at the fridge. It seems to be the same fridge that was here when I moved in. I mean, I'm also kind of embarrassed. I never do that, I know that's how you get roaches, but my back hurts so bad that getting up and down is next to impossible, much less bending over. “Um, you holding up okay down there?" I ask. There was silence. "I know that we're probably the only apartment in the building that doesn't have a bug problem. That's, well, that's you, right?" Again, silence. But I know I heard it. "Listen, I can't really bend over right now, but if you're down there and hungry, like, there's half a rotisserie chicken in there that's about to go bad. I was going to throw it away, but if you could use it-" "Yesssss. Please." Well. Whatever it is, it's well-mannered, anyway. I set my sandwich down and go back and open the package to the questionable chicken. “Honestly, it might be a little off. Can you still eat it? I've got.." "I eat." "Okay. Bones too?" "Yes." I break the bird into pieces and drop it, kicking each piece under the fridge. The compressor kicked on, so I only had hints of whatever noises might be coming up from there. "You good? Thirsty?" "Iccccce? Please?" "Oh, sure, no problem." I just hit the ice maker button until there's a handful of cubes on the floor, and use the broom to knock them under. "Better?" "Yesss. Thank you." "Sure. Listen I need to eat and take a nap. You're- you're just stuck under there, I guess, or you'd have gone through the garbage, right?" "Ssstuck, yes." "Okay. Just under the fridge or can you move under other things." "Sometimes move. In same place." "In the same apartment, or you gotta move to other fridges." "Same... home." "Ah. Okay. Um, well, l'll try to remember to kick stuff under the fridge for you." "Hurt?' "Um, my back. I just need to sleep, l'll be okay." “Make better." "That's the plan, friend." I sure hope that, when I go to sleep and wake back up, there won't be a weird pile of chicken smooshed under the fridge. Or maybe I hope that there is? When I wake up, it's like my back had never hurt at all. And when I kick an ice cube under the fridge, I hear a soft noise and sigh and 'thank you', so. Not just some weird pain induced hallucination. It goes on like that for weeks. The Thing Under the Fridge especially likes moldy cheese and stale tortillas, but they'll eat just about anything. Their English gets better the more I talk to them, though they still struggle with sibilants. I assume because of the way the mouth is formed. They're friendly and polite and haven't been menacing at all, and the one time I ducked down with a flashlight and looked under the fridge I heard chuckling from under the couch. “Cannot see, always move," they said. "Fair enough, but I had to try." "Understand." They sounded very amused. Sometimes they hang with me in the living room, under the couch, and watch tv with me. They really like Umbrella Academy, as it turns out. "How long have you lived here?" "Where?" "This... this place. You came with the apartment, right?" "No." "No? The fridge?" "I came with you. Always you." It took me a moment. A long moment. "You're the monster who lives under my bed." "Yessss. Always with you, where you live, I live." They sounded pleased. "Huh. Cool. You need anything?" "Ice?" "You got it, pal." It's kind of nice. I always have company, but I have privacy if I ask for it. They like to hear about the world, and sometimes we listen to audiobooks or I read out loud. I made sure every room has some place for them so they can follow me, or not, as they like. And, well, there was this... I don't like talking about it. But I was half asleep, and someone came in through my bedroom window. Honestly, I don't think he thought anyone would be home. I'd gotten in from out of town very late, and had been dropped off, too tired to drive, so my car wasn't out front. But he advanced on my bed, lifting his fist, and by the time I was working myself up into panic, well, I suppose the front of his foot must have gone under the bed. Like I said, they'll eat just about anything. When The Monster Under Your Fridge Has Your Back !
Bad, Bones, and Food: writing-prompt-s
 You drop a small piece of food on the floor, and
 decide to kick it under the oven/couch/
 whatever because you can't be bothered to pick
 it up. As you're walking away, you hear a very
 quiet "Thank you!" from under it.
 bethanythemartian
 "No problem," I say, the words passing out of
 my mouth on autopilot, before my brain
 engages and I freeze.
 I turn, and look at the fridge. It seems to be the
 same fridge that was here when I moved in.
 I mean, I'm also kind of embarrassed. I never do
 that, I know that's how you get roaches, but my
 back hurts so bad that getting up and down is
 next to impossible, much less bending
 over. “Um, you holding up okay down there?" I
 ask.
 There was silence.
 "I know that we're probably the only apartment
 in the building that doesn't have a bug problem.
 That's, well, that's you, right?"
 Again, silence. But I know I heard it.
 "Listen, I can't really bend over right now, but if
 you're down there and hungry, like, there's half
 a rotisserie chicken in there that's about to go
 bad. I was going to throw it away, but if you
 could use it-"
 "Yesssss. Please."
 Well. Whatever it is, it's well-mannered, anyway.
 I set my sandwich down and go back and open
 the package to the questionable
 chicken. “Honestly, it might be a little off. Can
 you still eat it? I've got.."
 "I eat."
 "Okay. Bones too?"
 "Yes."
 I break the bird into pieces and drop it, kicking
 each piece under the fridge. The compressor
 kicked on, so I only had hints of whatever
 noises might be coming up from there.
 "You good? Thirsty?"
 "Iccccce? Please?"
 "Oh, sure, no problem." I just hit the ice maker
 button until there's a handful of cubes on the
 floor, and use the broom to knock them under.
 "Better?"
 "Yesss. Thank you."
 "Sure. Listen I need to eat and take a nap.
 You're- you're just stuck under there, I guess, or
 you'd have gone through the garbage, right?"
 "Ssstuck, yes."
 "Okay. Just under the fridge or can you move
 under other things."
 "Sometimes move. In same place."
 "In the same apartment, or you gotta move to
 other fridges."
 "Same... home."
 "Ah. Okay. Um, well, l'll try to remember to kick
 stuff under the fridge for you."
 "Hurt?'
 "Um, my back. I just need to sleep, l'll be okay."
 “Make better."
 "That's the plan, friend." I sure hope that, when
 I go to sleep and wake back up, there won't be a
 weird pile of chicken smooshed under the
 fridge. Or maybe I hope that there is?
 When I wake up, it's like my back had never
 hurt at all. And when I kick an ice cube under
 the fridge, I hear a soft noise and sigh
 and 'thank you', so. Not just some weird pain
 induced hallucination.
 It goes on like that for weeks. The Thing Under
 the Fridge especially likes moldy cheese and
 stale tortillas, but they'll eat just about
 anything. Their English gets better the more I
 talk to them, though they still struggle with
 sibilants. I assume because of the way the
 mouth is formed.
 They're friendly and polite and haven't been
 menacing at all, and the one time I ducked
 down with a flashlight and looked under the
 fridge I heard chuckling from under the
 couch. “Cannot see, always move," they said.
 "Fair enough, but I had to try."
 "Understand." They sounded very amused.
 Sometimes they hang with me in the living
 room, under the couch, and watch tv with me.
 They really like Umbrella Academy, as it turns
 out.
 "How long have you lived here?"
 "Where?"
 "This... this place. You came with the
 apartment, right?"
 "No."
 "No? The fridge?"
 "I came with you. Always you."
 It took me a moment.
 A long moment.
 "You're the monster who lives under my bed."
 "Yessss. Always with you, where you live, I live."
 They sounded pleased.
 "Huh. Cool. You need anything?"
 "Ice?"
 "You got it, pal."
 It's kind of nice. I always have company, but I
 have privacy if I ask for it.
 They like to hear about the world, and
 sometimes we listen to audiobooks or I read out
 loud. I made sure every room has some place
 for them so they can follow me, or not, as they
 like.
 And, well, there was this... I don't like talking
 about it.
 But I was half asleep, and someone came in
 through my bedroom window.
 Honestly, I don't think he thought anyone
 would be home. I'd gotten in from out of town
 very late, and had been dropped off, too tired to
 drive, so my car wasn't out front.
 But he advanced on my bed, lifting his fist, and
 by the time I was working myself up into panic,
 well, I suppose the front of his foot must have
 gone under the bed.
 Like I said, they'll eat just about anything.
When The Monster Under Your Fridge Has Your Back !

When The Monster Under Your Fridge Has Your Back !