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"It’ll shut the door on this ball earth. the guards went to make some arrests in a particular community and they met stiff resistance from the Fulani because they were already tired of the persistent harassment from the guards, Minn. had just gotten home from school when it happened Neighbor and friend Jaylen Lemna 18 was finally able to bring his master promposal plan to fruitionIn honor of National Ag Week Jaylen — who acts as the president of his FFA chapter — decided to hold a "kiss the goat" contest in order to raise money for charity Conveniently his brother had won a goat at a church auction a year earlier; setting eyes on the goat inspired him"(The goat) was sitting in my garage at the time" Jaylen says "Me and my friend just grabbed it and carried it over to Alyssa’s house"Jaylen lugged the miniature 30-pound dwarf goat down the stairs and into Alyssa’s room without her knowingHe smiled as he held the sign reading "Will you goat to prom with me""I’ve been friends with (Alyssa) for the longest time so I figured I should do something special" Jaylen says "I didn’t just want to just straight up ask her; I wanted to do something picture-worthy I think she just giggled for 3 to 4 minutes straight then nodded ‘yes’"Unfortunately Alyssa’s parents weren’t home to see the entertainment But Jaylen had planned it that way "I figured I’d get the goat out of their house before they came home and saw it""They didn’t stay for long with the goat because they were afraid it was going to poop on the floor" Alyssa saysOn May 6 Alyssa and Jaylen will strut down the runway at Breckenridge High School’s grand march to make one last memory as friends before graduating in JuneRequesting doc’s permissionWest Fargo senior LeAnne Brydl 18 has had an unexpected year What started in January as flu-like sickness turned into weeks of hospitalization An avid hockey player LeAnne hoped she would overcome the illness and be back in the game by state playoffs but that wasn’t the case"As time went on I got weaker and weaker and I slowly wasn’t able to walk by myself" LeAnne recallsWith terrible pain and worsening conditions doctors feared she had kidney disease stomach ulcers or — worse yet — cancer After running extensive tests and consulting neurologists LeAnne’s doctor called her mother with a warning: "How fast can you get to the ER" Eventually doctors diagnosed her with a rare disease called Guillain-Barre which caused her body to attack itself LeAnne was admitted into the hospital March 2-17 During that time her boyfriend of a year Easton McLean paid her several visits; LeAnne yearned for company"I remember she kept asking and really wanted to see me but I was busy with school and work" Easton says "But that (particular) time I knew I was going to see her so I gave her some really bad excuses so I could really surprise her"Dressed up in a tie lab coat and stethoscope he popped his head in the hospital room door"I didn’t realize it was him because I saw the white lab coat and was like ‘Which doctor are you’" she recalls confused having worked with three internal medicine doctors three neurologists and several residency students"Without saying anything he walked over and handed me a clipboard" LeAnne says It was a fake medical consent form asking for permission to take her to prom; family members whipped out their phones to capture the creative moment"She was pretty speechless The first time she opened her mouth she didn’t know what to say It was kind of cute" Easton says "She makes me feel special as a person so I felt like I should do something to make her feel happy and surprised"LeAnne continues to grow stronger in therapy each day Despite her senior year setbacks she is determined to beat her disease and walk on "My main goals are prom (May 6) and to be able to walk on that stage to get my diploma"Its a good Friday indeed: Kanye West started up GOOD Fridays again by releasing a new track titled "30 Hours" via SoundCloud less than a day after he debuted The Life of Pablo via a live stream at Madison Square Garden West first launched GOOD Fridays in 2010 as a way to promote that years My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy He released a new track each Friday between Aug 20 and Nov 12 before the album officially dropped Nov 22 Although most of the songs stood alone some like "Power" and "Monster" ended up appearing on the album West announced the return of GOOD Fridays by tweeting "Now that the album is finally finished its back to Good Fridays" along with a link to the "30 Hours" SoundCloud but he deleted that tweet right after posting (A similar thing happened when he attempted to release "No More Parties in LA" back in January) He soon re-posted the link along with a message that he added a couple tracks to Life of Pablo including "30 Hours" which wasnt on the original track list he released Wednesday In other Twitter news West posted a series of tweets Friday morningclaiming that Taylor Swift came up with the lyric "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why Because I made that bitch famous" in new track "Famous" (Swift though said through a rep that "Kanye did not call for approval" and that Swift was "never made aware of the actual lyric") Following the release of "30 Hours" he also said "the album is being mastered and will be out today" See the tweets and hear "30 Hours" below This article originally appeared on EWcom Contact us at editors@timecomIDEAS The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington DC 1 Scientists created a $30 digital 3D-camera to record ancient artifacts before theyre destroyed by ISIS By Mairi Mackay in CNN 2 The tech industry might be in another bubble What could burst it By Nick Bilton in Vanity Fair 3 Ignore political game changers They probably wont make a difference By Nate Silver in FiveThirtyEight 4 Russia has 40 icebreakers The US has two Heres why the icebreaker gap is important By Jen Judson in Politico 5 End the bias against black jurors By Mary Turck in Al Jazeera America The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington DC Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors Last year, ND-73, Instead of having the ability to describe where a particle is,By Jamie Freed SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Some major customers of Boeing Co’s popular 737 jets including Korean Air Lines Co Ltd said on Wednesday they were inspecting engines of the type that blew apart mid-air on a fatal Southwest Airlines Co flight on Tuesday One of Campbell’s longstanding messages hasn’t changed: Industry relationships are pervasive in academic biomedicine. the authors point to the growth of the National Institutes of Health budget and level research funding in industry as possible factors—as well as a growing public uproar about drug company payments. 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At its core, the rationale behind rewarding wanted behavior and punishing unwanted behavior is not completely flawed; after all, this is how we were raised, how our schools kept us in check, and how most companies try to guide the actions of their employees. They can’t all be wrong, right?But have you ever experienced the limitations of this approach? Have you ever seen kids (perhaps even yours) disobey in spite of being fully aware of the consequences, or employees not giving their best in spite of the attractive bonuses offered? There’s no easy way to influence behavior, even when common sense would tell us that everybody should want to obtain a reward and avoid a punishment. Surprising as it may sound, we don’t always act in our self-interest, and knowing what’s best for us is not always enough.Let me share some examples of how the old ways of stirring behavior often fall short, and what alternatives we have to be more successful at making others go our way.Example 1. I told them to do it, so why won’t they? Equally common among managers and parents, the assumption is that because we told someone what to do, or how to do it, this should automatically translate into them doing it. If you think about it, although coercion can sometimes do the trick, most of the time we do things when it makes sense to us, when it makes our lives easier, or when it helps us achieve something we want.Hack #1: Reframe by showing what’s in it for them. Authority alone doesn’t fly, especially with younger generations. Instead, try to frame the situation as a choice where there’s something they can get out of it. Instead of handing down the solution, work with them finding one and make it about simplifying things or achieving more. Change is uncomfortable, and we don’t want to do it unless we see a good reason to. Help people see that reason by reframing and you’ll be more successful at influencing their actions.Example 2. They know they shouldn’t do it, so why do they?  The administration at an apartment complex was struggling to make residents comply with the rule of picking up their dog’s poop and disposing of it properly. The idea of not accidentally stepping on poop should be incentive enough for people to comply, right? Wrong. People would let their pooch evacuate freely on the lawn in spite of all the signs warning and threatening offenders.Hack # 2: Make it easier for people to act. What’s true in game and app design is true in poop-disposing habits: want people to do something? Make it easy for them to do it. It turns out most people were breaking the rule because they kept forgetting the baggie upstairs, and no sign in the world was going to make them ride the elevator and come back to pick it up. The solution? Place bag dispensers all over with a positively worded sign encouraging residents to keep it clean for the sake of kids.Example 3. We all have to do it, so why won’t they? A friend from a network marketing company was having trouble with people attending the weekly meetings. Team members always had a good excuse not to be there in spite of having committed to show up the week before. The problem was that their commitment was towards an individual (my friend), so as long as they felt they had a good alibi, they were ok with breaking it.Hack # 3: Use social proof to your advantage. Nobody wants to be a castaway, and we will go to great lengths not to feel left out. I advised my friend to work on building a team identity and make the members commit to the team instead of to a person. Making everyone feel they were part of something bigger was the first step, because that is what connects one’s identity to the higher purpose of the team. Once members feel this, it is substantially harder to bail on each other. This works equally in the military, in church and on your soccer team. 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