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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsWinter is coming! Not in the parallel world of 'Game of Thrones', but in the real world. The AC remotes have already taken a backseat and blankets are piling up our rooms. Talking about blankets, Delhi recently got a smog blanket for itself and there is nothing cozy or comfortable about it. While we would appreciate if someone served us our favourite cappuccino with thick whipped cream on top of it at our bedside, Delhi went a step ahead woke its citizens up with this thick grey smog which is equivalent to smoking as many as 50 cigarettes a day. © Twitter Delhi's condition is so bad that a public health emergency was declared by the Indian Medical Association (IMA). This declaration reportedly came after the US embassy website said that the levels of the fine pollutants aka PM 2.5, which are the most harmful to health have crossed over 700 micrograms per cubic meter – over double the level of 300 which is considered to be hazardous. But, if optimism is Delhi's favourite word, then we should possibly slow clap on how some parts of Delhi have broken all records, to an extent that pollution levels can't even be read beyond that number. Yes, the RK Puram area reportedly stands at 999, post which there are no readings available. © Twitter Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal too took to Twitter to express his concern over the alarming pollution level and said that Delhi has now become a gas chamber and added that “We have to find a solution to crop burning in adjoining states.” Delhi has become a gas chamber. Every year this happens during this part of year. We have to find a soln to crop burning in adjoining states — Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) November 7, 2017 Advisories have already been issued for schools to remain closed for a few days until the situation improves to some extent. Having said that, with schools being asked to shut down for a few days and people choking on polluted air during their commute to work, we don't think there's anyone except the air-purifier manufacturers who are rejoicing about the alarming levels of pollution. On one hand where people were losing their minds over the dangerous levels of pollution, Twitter was busy inhaling humour from whatever clear air was left for us out there. From taking sarcastic digs at Diwali and banning crackers to making funny jokes on how they can't see things clearly, Twitter went bonkers over Delhi smog and the result is these hilarious reactions. Hauz khas raha hai. #delhiAirpollution — Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) November 7, 2017 Well, at least now you have a legit reason for not having any clarity on relationships. Your indecisiveness and inability to commit can now be wrapped in that blanket of smog. Relationship Status: #Smog level Kuch clear nahi hai. — Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) November 7, 2017 That's a cool mask to flaunt. We are sure other superheroes will be extremely jealous of Superman right now! Superman after flying through Delhi air for 10 min. pic.twitter.com/1TWGwv4IDy — The Skin Doctor ð© (@thecyberbully13) November 7, 2017 #RelationshipGoals. We need to learn a lesson or two from these people. Somewhere in Delhi#Smog pic.twitter.com/iWUS8LLiVa — Mogamboð®ð³âº (@UberHandle) November 7, 2017 Who needs Instagram filters when you can get such 'killer' filters in real life? DELHI BE LIKE: #smog filter for today Because Instagram filters are too mainstream! ð pic.twitter.com/ujUmLacMkK — Barney Stinson (@BarneyStinsonYo) November 7, 2017 Infinite problems, one solution = blame Diwali. At least that's what some people like to believe in. Thick #Smog In Delhi. This Must Have Been Caused By People Celebrating Diwali By Bursting Crackers Last Night. Shame. Ban Diwali. ðð®ð³ pic.twitter.com/GGQapfhepu — Sir Jadeja (@SirJadeja) November 7, 2017 Delhi...killing us all softly. #pollution pic.twitter.com/84yjc9LjLt — Kabir Taneja (@KabirTaneja) November 7, 2017 Now, that's one creative ad. Other states - aur kya chal rha h?? Delhi - #smog chal rha h !!!! pic.twitter.com/0qNrDJ3D3y — à¤à¤ªà¤¾à¤¸à¤¨à¤¾ (@i_upasana) November 7, 2017 Now that's what you call a deadly idea! Kejriwal is a visionary. He knew ki waise bhi smog me kuch nahi dikhne Wala Hai. Why waste money on CCTV!#smog — Rishi Kapoor (@Chintscrap) November 7, 2017 Well, this would have probably been a good time for Mr. India to live in. He could have beaten the shit out of Mogambo without his magical watch and yet no one would have caught hold of him. Mr. India doesn't need his watch in Delhi. No one can see anything anyway. #Smog — SAGAR (@sagarcasm) November 7, 2017 We guess the makers of 'Blade Runner 2049' were already aware of Delhi's pollution levels, so they decided to make Ryan Gosling walk on a Delhi road to give fashion lessons to Delhiites for smog. Ryan Gosling strolling in Delhi pic.twitter.com/ZZ294T2sIu — Shivam (@GhantaGuy) November 6, 2017 Well, now we know why it's so hard for the cops to catch hold of Don, because he is hiding somewhere in Delhi and even if walks past them, they will 'clearly' not be able to see him.
3 downloadsThis plugin removes the default desktop view forum filter when in fluid forum view. It adds a button on the sidebar and/or on the forum index. Clicking this button brings up a window to filter the forums, like in mobile view. Compatible with Community Suite 4.2.4 (If the plugin seems not to be working on a 3rd party theme, try reinstalling it)
Filtering tools will improve over time. SAN FRANCISCO: Instagram on Thursday said it is using artificial intelligence to filter nasty comments and spam at the popular Facebook-owned photo-sharing service. The move comes as Facebook and other internet companies work to curb trolls, hate speech and the spread of violent ideology on their platforms. "Many of you have told us that toxic comments discourage you from enjoying Instagram and expressing yourself freely," co-founder and chief executive Kevin Systrom said in a blog post. "To help, we´ve developed a filter that will block certain offensive comments on posts and in live video." Written remarks will otherwise appear as usual at Instagram, and users can opt to turn off the new filters. The offensive-comment filter will launch first in English, with other languages eventually added, according to Systrom. Instagram said that the filter scanning for spam is designed to work in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. "Our team has been training our systems for some time to recognize certain types of offensive and spammy comments so you never have to see them," Systrom said. "The tools will improve over time." Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube this week announced the launch of an anti-terror partnership aimed at thwarting the spread of extremist content online. The Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism intends to share engineering, research and knowledge to help "continue to make our hosted consumer services hostile to terrorists and violent extremists," the companies said. Each of the technology giants has been working individually to prevent its platforms or services from being used to promote or spread extremist views.