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@gta 5 lwp adapter plugin 1A Category: Games Category:Business models Category:Mathematical economicsVatican City (AFP) - Pope Francis said on Wednesday that as a pastor he was "sick of seeing the image of a homosexual person parading like a winner." The Pope's comments came in response to a question on the issue from a Spanish journalist, who asked whether "many" Catholics still held such "stereotypes" about homosexuals. In a wide-ranging speech to the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, the Pope said he was not judging or condemning the people who believed in such stereotypes. But as a pastor he was sick of seeing the image of a "homosexual person parading like a winner," the pope said. "It must be said... that the people who do that, those who promote it, do so in the name of the law, in the name of the law, and all those who support the law are supporting what the law is." Francis added that the push for homosexual marriage had "nothing to do with love" but was in fact an "attempt to destroy the institution of the family." "It's like changing a bride into a groom, what is a shame, what is a shame," he said. "I'm not judging people who believe this, but... I tell you, the family cannot be destroyed."Q: How to calculate the difference between two dates in bash? I want to calculate the difference between two dates in bash. But it doesn't work. It just shows 0. current_date=`date +"%Y-%m-%d"` my_date=`date "+%Y-%m-%d"` new_date=$(( $(date -d "$my_date" +"%s" | awk '{print $1}') - $(date -d "$current_date" +"%s" | awk '{print $1}') )) echo $new_date The output should be in seconds. A: You're using the wrong date format in awk, you need the -u option to get a Unix timestamp: $ new_date=$(( $(date -d "$my_date" +"%s" | awk -u '{print be359ba680


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