By Joel Kaplan
VP Global Public Policy
Last month we announced plans to share with Congress the ads that appear to have come from a Russian entity known as the Internet Research Agency. We found more than 3,000 of these ads, which ran between 2015 and 2017. Many appear to amplify racial and social divisions.…
Gone are the days of playing with dolls. Talking to them and pretending they are your best friends. For those of you who grew up playing with a doll houses, plastic army figures and GI Joe’s, this article may bring back some memories. For the readers who missed out on doll and toy play, hugs from me to you.
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CreateSpace is a DBA of On-Demand Publishing LLC, part of the Amazon group of companies.
They were originally founded as CustomFlix Labs, Inc. and BookSurge Inc.
CustomFlix launched in 2002 when four colleagues decided to make widespread distribution easier for independent filmmakers—they started CustomFlix, a DVD on-Demand company.
BookSurge was launched in 2000 by a small group of writers who wanted to create opportunities for authors to not only publish their work, but to also retain their content rights and sales profits. BookSurge grew to support leading publishers and independent authors, offering complete self-publishing, on-demand printing, and online distribution services.
In 2005, BookSurge and CustomFlix were both acquired by Amazon.com. CustomFlix’s name was changed to CreateSpace in 2007. In October of 2009, due to the harmonies that would be created in the businesses, the CreateSpace and BookSurge brands merged under the CreateSpace name to become the publishing and manufacturing on-demand leader for independent content creators, publishers, film studios, and music labels.
Attention to the detail(s)
Physical Demands of a Labor Career.
Stand F (Frequently)
Walk F (Frequently)
Sit C (Constantly)
Handling / Fingering C (Constantly)
Reach Outward F (Frequently)
Reach Above Shoulder O (Occasionally)
Climb N (Not Applicable) Maybe
Crawl N (Not Applicable) ” “
Squat or Kneel N (Not Applicable) ” “
Bend N (Not Applicable) ” “
10 lbs or less O (Occasionally)
11-20 lbs N (Not Applicable) ” “
21-50 lbs N (Not Applicable) if you have a partner
51-100 lbs N (Not Applicable) same as above
Over 100 lbs N (Not Applicable) omg we need a lift
12 lbs or less N (Not Applicable) maybe
13-25 lbs N (Not Applicable) ” “
26-40 lbs N (Not Applicable) ” “
41-100 lbs N (Not Applicable) ” “
N (Not Applicable) Activity is not applicable to this position.
O (Occasionally) Position requires this activity up to 33% of the time (0 – 2.5+ hrs/day)
F (Frequently) Position requires this activity from 33% – 66% of the time (2.5 – 5.5+ hrs/day)
C (Constantly) Position requires this activity more than 66% of the time (5.5+ hrs/day)
Answer: The word is DOES.
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