Wood tinder can be made by carefully shaving thin slivers off a larger piece. Another method which keeps these slivers together, is to make a feather stick. The driest wood, which makes the best tinder, are dead branches that have not fallen to the ground yet.
Any flammable material may be used as long as it is finely divided. As the tinder gets thinner, the surface area and edges increase, making it ignite more easily.
On February 5, 2016, members of the Facebook group "Bernie Sanders Dank Tinder Convos" (BSDTC) (a spin-off of Bernie Sanders' Dank Meme Stash) were reportedly being banned from dating and social discovery mobile application Tinder for promoting Sanders's presidential campaign. BSDTC members would send messages to other Tinder users promoting Sanders and imploring them to vote for him. In response, many BSDTC members' profiles would either become locked or deleted after being flagged for posting spam or being bots. Tinder spokeswoman Rosette Pambakian stated in an email, "We wholeheartedly support people sharing their political views on Tinder, but we don't allow spamming. So feel free to spread the Bern, just don't spam."
Tinder can be made of any flammable substance, as long as it is finely divided and has an open structure.
Vulture listed Tinder Live! in a guide to the best NYC comedy shows along with Assscat 3000, Whiplash, and the Comedy Cellar.
Tinder is easily combustible material used to start a fire. Tinder is a finely divided, open material which will begin to glow under a shower of sparks. Air is gently wafted over the glowing tinder until it bursts into flame. The flaming tinder is used to ignite kindling, which in turn is used to ignite the bulk material, to produce a fire.
Tinder is a location-based application that filters the matches according to the location of the user; users are able to choose the maximum distance they want to focus their search on. They are also able to filter down matches by age and gender. Tinder is known for its unique swiping feature. If users find a potential match, users swipe right. If users do not like the candidate, users swipe left. Tinder is used more as a dating application in many college campuses.
On the morning of May 1, officials reported that the Tinder Fire had grown to 11420 acre. It remained at zero containment. Firefighters continued to focus on structure protection and mopping up. Later that day, investigators reported that an illegal, abandoned campfire was to blame for the Tinder Fire. The next day, May 2, the fire was declared 12 percent contained at 12286 acre. By the evening of May 3, the fire was 48 percent contained. The Forest Service allowed selective re-entry into evaluation areas on May 4. Arizona governor Doug Ducey declared a state of emergency for Coconino County as a result of the fire.
The Tinder Fire was spotted on April 27, 2018 in the East Clear Creek area approximately 1 1/2 miles northeast of Blue Ridge Reservoir. It was spotted by the Coconino National Forest Moqui Lookout at 11:45 AM. The fire was fueled by pine, mixed conifer and understory. By April 27, the fire had burned 150 acre of forest. Fire crews arrived on site and by the evening, multiple engines, handcrews, dozers, water tenders air tankers, helicopters and two other aircraft were fighting the fire. By April 27, it was unclear on the cause of the fire.
At age 22, Wolfe Herd joined Hatch Labs. Through Hatch, she became involved with the startup Cardify, a project led by Sean Rad through Hatch Labs IAC incubator. The project was later abandoned, but Wolfe Herd joined the dating app Tinder with Rad, Chris Gulczynski in 2012 within the IAC startup incubator.
As noted above, dryer lint burns readily. Although this may present a hazard in the household, it also means that lint makes excellent tinder for starting fires. It is especially useful for catching sparks from flint and steel, or similar striker-type fire starters in the absence of matches.
Tinder is combustible material used to start fires.
Tinder Live has been praised for its positivity, with Vice saying, "Moore expertly steered the crowd from mean-heartedness to substance with each match." Brooklyn Based said, "In anyone else’s hands this show could feel mean-spirited, or perhaps like an invasion of privacy, but Moore makes it cathartic, a bracing comedic espresso shot."
Wolfe Herd became vice president of marketing for Tinder and was reportedly behind the name of the app, taking the idea from the flame logo and having used tinder (small sticks) to start the fireplace at her father's cabin in Montana. She has also been credited with fueling its popularity on college campuses and growing its user base. Wolfe Herd left the company in 2014. Her departure from Tinder was in part due to growing tensions with other company executives. After leaving the company, Herd filed a lawsuit against Tinder for sexual harassment. Wolfe Herd reportedly received more than $1 million settlement in addition to stock in the company.
Tinder Live is a stand-up comedy show created and hosted by comedian Lane Moore where she goes on the dating app Tinder and interacts with Tinder matches in real time. During the show, Moore projects Tinder profiles in front of an audience and panelists help her dissect profiles before swiping left (no) or right (yes).
Tinder Live was also called one of the best comedy shows in NYC by The New York Times, The Village Voice, Time Out, CBS, New York Magazine, [[Brooklyn Magazine, and HelloGiggles who noted the show "has all the addictive, fun qualities of a television game show. One of her show’s segments include going through Tinder profiles with the audience to come to a vote on whether to swipe left or right. This could be this generation’s version of The Dating Game."
John Daniel Tinder (born February 17, 1950) is a retired United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
In March 2014, Tinder announced his retirement plans for February 2015, when he would turn 65 years old. Tinder previewed his post-retirement career plans in an interview with The Indiana Lawyer. He assumed senior status on February 18, 2015, one day after his 65th birthday. He retired from senior service on October 9, 2015.
Tinder was nominated to a judgeship on the United States District Court by President Ronald Reagan on June 2, 1987, to replace Judge James Noland on the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, and the United States Senate confirmed him just two months later on August 7, 1987.
The Tinder Fire was a wildfire in East Clear Creek in Coconino National Forest, 1 1/2 miles northeast of Blue Ridge Reservoir in Arizona in the United States. The fire was caused by an illegal campfire and burned a total of 16309 acre. The fire was 100 percent contained on May 24, 2018.