when prime minister of armenia, nikol pashinian, was a political prisoner, the guy who worked in a prison and who was taking pashinian to the interrogations, are now working as pashinian’s guard.
the other case is: society did not understand well, when he appointed osipian to the position of police head - we did know osipian as a police guy from the different side of barricades.
now he works for new armenia.
one of the slogans of the revolution was 'policeman is ours'.
so it is.
>As I had understood it, Polaroid had special contracts (as did companies like Kodak) with governing bodies and regulatory agencies to allow the use of the chemicals that were environmentally damaging or those that had been linked to causing serious health issues (usually the same).
>When Polaroid went belly up, the agreements dissolved.
i have got [a couple of answers](https://www.flickr.com/groups/polaroid_/discuss/72157705266454831/):
>old formulations that do not meet current environmental regulations
low volume compared to historical Polaroid purchases. Vendors are not interested.
so according to wikipedia
>In May 2017, Impossible's largest shareholder acquired the brand and intellectual property of the original Polaroid corporation.
old real polaroid papers where developing fast, in hand, like today's instax. but polaroid originals film still after update has to be developed for 15 minutes or something like that.
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>We’ve recently received notification from both Kodak and Ilford that they will be raising prices by between 5-7% on their film due to Brexit. Kodak Alaris and Ilford are both based out of the U.K. We will always try to keep prices as low as possible for the Georgian film community but on some film you may see a .50 - 1 lari increase in the coming months. You can thank English politics for this one unfortunately.
Any #rustlang devs interested in porting the Mastodon streaming API from Node.js to Rust?
We would likely not be able to abandon the Node.js version completely for portability's sake, but there is no reason not to have a more performant drop-in for those who can install it.
The Node.js version consumes about 1GB of RAM for 21k connections.