#Brands need to do more to understand the #NFT and #web3community before doing drops. Find a native partner to work with or learn more about the space.
Another perfect example of why from @TiffanyAndCo
If brands keep doing this they will push the #web3community further away 🤡
🐰 @elonmusk we noticed, as usual, your powers of foresight were on the bunny... We mean money.
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👂📋I went to a school yesterday to talk to young people about what I do...
One of the questions from a 9/10 year old was "is your company in the metaverse?".
➡️Kids are already aware of the #metaverse / #NFTs
➡️Kids are excited
➡️Kids expect #gamification
🚨 Building the Cryptoverse Live Stream Alert!
Come hang with us for a wild Wednesday live stream where we'll demo our #Cryptoverse VR experience (first time outside of Vegas) and then take a look at how the CBD area is shaping up.
Tune in on Discord: discord.gg/QjVhBXGT
1/10 🐩Just had a rather unseemly confrontation with several dog walkers about an off-lead dog.
Here's a few points about off-lead dogs:
- If your dog is off-lead and doesn't return immediately when you call them, they should be on a lead.
- In the above scenario, UK Law stipulates that your dog is dangerously out of control if they do not return when called. You *COULD* be prosecuted. In reality, that will never happen unless they bite someone/thing, but the principle is the same.
- If you call the dog, and it doesn't return immediately, but does so eventually of their own accord, that's not under control and it's NOT listening to you. The dog is in control (or out of control) and doing what it wants, when it wants.
- If a dog is on lead and your off-lead dog runs over to the on-lead dog🐕🦺, and the on-lead dog starts barking with what sounds like an aggressive tone, that doesn't mean that the on-lead dog is aggressive. Many dogs bark out of fear. It's called #Fear#Reactivity
- You should especially not, as the owner of the off-lead and out of control dog, accuse the on-lead dog owner as having an aggressive dog or poorly trained dog.
It is your lack of education which has caused the issue and a poorly trained off-lead dog. Read some books.
- The ironic thing is, that the vast majority of 'barking' or 'what seem to be aggressive dogs' likely have extremely well versed owners in dog training. Because they've had to do everything they can to educate themselves on the rights and wrongs of dog ownership.
- The truth is, the dog which is on-lead likely has perfect recall and would return to their owner 100% of the time, but they are on-lead due to your off-lead out of control dog not having any impulse control. Do some research on impulse control.
- I get it - it's much easier to live in blissful ignorance when you have what seems like a 'perfect' dog because it's 'friendly'. But here's a few things about perspectives of dog friendliness:
- A dog is not friendly if it continues to pursue a dog barking out of fear
- A dog is not friendly just because it approaches every other dog and doesn't 'fight' or aggressively bark. Dogs have thousands of subtle body languages which we, as humans, do not pick up on.
- A dog is not friendly if it cannot 'read the room' (or field).
- A dog is not friendly if it is jumping up at another dog in an owners' arms (this is terribly anti-social doggy behaviour).
If you disagree with any of the above, you should consult a QUALIFIED dog trainer. You are responsible for your dog. Ignorance is not an excuse.
Public #healthcare in the #UK@NHSuk...
🤮20%+++ in tax every single month
⛔️Close during #COVID
🤑Constantly striking for more money
📞Call a doctor once in 5 years
⛱️"Sorry too busy - we're only working half day today"