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Dotty Pringle
Dotty Pringle
1 month ago

Regarding Nextdoor and some of their volunteers —“What kind of sad life does this person live that they have to Lorde over a stranger like me?
And that’s where the energy comes from that drives people to abuse the little power they do have. Insecurity. Someone who feels small in their day-to-day life takes advantage of the rare time they have control. This person is either someone who craves a leadership position but can’t get it, Or someone who does have a leadership role and undermines their team because of their insecurity.
Either way, people who can’t handle a tiny bit of power definitely shouldn’t be trusted with a lot.”
https://chef-boyardeji.medium.com/?source=post_page—–3e8bca4e9a01—-

C E Voigtsberger
C E Voigtsberger
9 months ago

dapple | ˈdapəl |
verb [with object] (usually be dappled)
mark with spots or rounded patches: the floor was dappled with pale moonlight.

dabble | ˈdabəl |
verb
1 [with object] immerse (one’s hands or feet) partially in water and move them around gently: they dabbled their feet in the rock pools.
• [no object] (of a duck or other waterbird) move the bill around in shallow water while feeding: teal dabble in the shallows.
2 [no object] take part in an activity in a casual or superficial way: he dabbled in writing as a young man.

There is no such word as dappling

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