Successful opening I’d say.

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2021.10.19 22:35 Darko779 Successful opening I’d say.

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2021.10.19 22:35 Ramdom--Person PSA, Keep checking for live with|s even if you think you got them all...

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2021.10.19 22:35 koreamusic Jejudo Sunset

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2021.10.19 22:35 eskie146 So Jessica decided to take a class in world history and decided to wear something with her school’s colors. I don’t have a photo of her classmates when she walked in like this.

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2021.10.19 22:35 Iron_Skeleton Is anyone else experiencing janky textures on their armor after festival launched? Before after update pics👇🏻

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2021.10.19 22:35 ZoolShop Crypto News Digest by U.Today

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2021.10.19 22:35 spookystudent20 Casalago Eastlake Chula Vista

Anyone live/know of anyone that lives at Casalago Eastlake in Chula Vista. I’ve read great reviews up until recently. On Yelp there have been concerns of criminal activity, so I just wanted to see if anyone here had any personal experiences to share.
Thank you
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2021.10.19 22:35 pr154 Possibilities are endless with this Jojo Rabbit template applied to World of Tanks 😉

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2021.10.19 22:35 xaldrinx FM2 Spin & Win Event Guide.

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2021.10.19 22:35 ashu7 Can we FaceTime screen share an Apple device's screen to Android/non-Apple device ?

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2021.10.19 22:35 AlaskaTuner First benchmarks on new system produced unexpected results

I’m not sure if anybody has had this issue before, I just finished my first custom loop watercooled build and was using this ekwb distribution block as the pump and reservoir for the system. Everything was in great shape last night, I started some memory tuning with benchmarks in between timing changes, was going to move some sticks around and noticed that the entire distribution block had this huge crack running through it :/
the loop never got hotter than ~33°C
Perhaps I over tightened the fittings? I was under the impression I was being pretty gentle with the application of torque on the fittings
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2021.10.19 22:35 volbeastsilludemise Pastels

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2021.10.19 22:35 ajabajab3 Ex Girlfriend who was suffering from depression wants to work on our relationship again

Girlfriend broke up with me in August giving reasons like I was not able to help her, motivate her during rough phase and she doesn’t see me lifting her up when she will be down in future again. I tried to be there for her, cared for her and was always available for her. Problem is her best guy friend was able to help motivate her lately and she started comparing me with him.
We were texting on and off, recently she told me she wants to give us chance by starting as friend and taking it further from there. She wants me to earn that trust back that I can be there during her rough times and help her out of it. I just don’t know what to do so just venting out here.
I love her so much, would do everything to see her happy.
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2021.10.19 22:35 CyberTurbanX AT&T wireless coverage

For those that have AT&T wireless have any of you noticed a huge drop in coverage? I have had AT&T for years but lately it seems coverage has dropped. I know South Reno has always had coverage issues but now even in the middle of town I have very low signal and very slow speed.
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2021.10.19 22:35 ChishNFips87 US Presidents is they played Minecraft

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2021.10.19 22:35 Conn_Ray224 Retaining EVs and IVs when transferring through Home

Yo, I haven’t really EV or IV trained competitive Pokémon since Gen 6 in ORAS but I’ve been keeping up with the scene and I want to get back into it.
My first question is, if I catch or breed 5 (or 6) IV Pokémon in an older game and transfer it up to Sword and Shield will it keep those same stats?
I ask because in the Let’s Go games and using the DexNav in ORAS you can find high IV Pokémon more easily and also have more fun doing it. But I don’t want to spend time chaining dittos in LG then transfer it up to Sword and Shield for breeding only to find it doesn’t keep the same IVs.
The second part of my question is basically the same for EVs. EV training and using the Blissey bases in ORAS is the way I’m most used to EV training and I find it fun but I don’t want to spend time training my sick Pokémon only to have them be useless after leaving the game. Also I know competitively training Pokemon in older games isn’t ideal because of movesets and stuff, but things like HA can be found really easily in some older games so I would like the option to train (or at least have for the purpose of breeding) some Pokémon in other games for use in the current competitive scene.
Thanks for the help! I’ve been trying to figure this out online but I couldn’t get a straight answer!
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2021.10.19 22:35 Other-Violinist-2782 Feed

Hi!! I’ve never posted on reddit before so bear with me :))
I just got my first BP a little over a week ago, and she hasn’t eaten. She’s about 2-3 months old and had a bump in her stomach the day we picked her up.
We tried leaving the warm (pre frozen) pinky in her cage, using the long tweezers in her cage, and putting her in a tub and using the long tweezers. She struck for the first time last night, but missed and didn’t try again, so we left the pink overnight. She looks healthy, has been exploring her cage off and on and hiding most the time in her hut, humidity and temp is good, we try to make sure to turn on a low light during the day, she has water, and in a 10gal tank.
What can we do?
Thanks !!
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2021.10.19 22:35 bellybox69 Seen at AACI Show.

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2021.10.19 22:35 Haters_Gunner_Hate "b-b-b-by the way... G-g-Gary Gensler, stop screaming in my ear!"


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2021.10.19 22:35 Odd_Ad5668 Returning shopper from before covid. Questions:

1) where did they hide the option to contact support? All i can find is their chatbot, which is basically just an FAQ search and completely useless.
2) can i still refund an item at the door?
3) so they're just gonna batch together as many orders as possible, regardless of distance, and offer $7 for them?
4) can i still accept a batch and get them to remove one of the orders?
5) any tricks/tips for me, after my 18 month hiatus?
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2021.10.19 22:35 CatchWild4130 Juste Bought My 1st Rolex from Chrono24 Direct Sale, I was Wondering if Anyone Could Check the Movement or Case in Case Something is Different From The Original 116200

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2021.10.19 22:35 IntelligentGur2973 Shiba PhotoBomb

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2021.10.19 22:35 mc3p000 Giratina 918056779597

Adding 10
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2021.10.19 22:35 AnythingMachine A Day in the Life of Eva Stratt

Eva Stratt woke, and for just a moment forgot that the world was probably going to end. It was a sensation like freefall, and even as she dozed she knew at the back of her mind that she'd forgotten something incredibly important and bad. Then she remembered that the sun was going out, and sat up in the hotel bed with a jolt of adrenaline. She made it to the bathroom this time, throwing up last night's soylent, feeling the shudders run through her limbs. Get a grip, Eva. You have to. There's no-one else. And she did, as she always did. There simply wasn't any alternative. Washington DC had changed, the way every capital had over the previous years. As Stratt was driven down Pennsylvania avenue she noticed national guard and police barricades, and few pedestrians. There hadn't been much in the way of civil unrest, despite the pessimistic predictions of some sociologists she'd known. For now, Blitz spirit reigned. But she knew it wouldn't last. The newest set of agricultural projections on her iPad were worse than the last. She'd asked some industrial engineers to look into re-engineering paper mills to mass produce starch and then sucrose from dead plant matter - a crazy drawing-board idea proposed by nuclear winter planners back in the day, now being rushed into prototyping and production. Essentially all of the worlds papermills would be diverted to the task within ten years. Before long, there'd be a lot of dead vegetation ripe for conversion, enough to last humanity decades, though it wouldn't be pleasant or especially healthy. But the problem was power and infrastructure - how did you keep factories running on a snowball earth? How did you keep the roads clear to deliver the factory-made food to whoever survived? She tried not to think about what it would mean for her personally, and pushed down the thought of whether she would starve or freeze, in the end. Stratt sighed and closed the preprint. The food factory people would get their money, but she didn't really think it would buy the world much time. The other briefing was something that had the particle physicists all in a tizz, but to her admittedly untrained eye didn't seem that useful. Apparently CERN had made some progress in understanding the mechanism behind enhanced crossectionality, the nigh-magical mystery that allowed astrophage to somehow enhance the interaction strength of neutrinos with ordinary matter. Enhanced crossectionality, since it enabled meaningful energy transfer between neutrinos and matter, also let the Astrophage cell somehow bind the neutrinos into tight orbits and hold them still. Neutrinos only felt the weak nuclear force, so CERN had concluded that the physical constants related to that force must somehow have been altered (and in a way that didn't completely destroy the ordinary nuclear and atomic physics that allowed chemistry to work). Thererefore, they inferred, there had to be some weird, physics-bending structures performing that trick inside the cell membrane. Experiments with atomic force microscopes had indeed revealed bizarre, fractal organelles like tiny threshing machines that, they theorised, somehow altered the fundamental structure of the quantum vacuum around the Astrophage, making the weak nuclear force not so weak anymore. That all sounded impressive, but she would still probably cancel her meeting with that physics team. Perhaps Grace could go instead. He'd probably get a kick out of it. This meeting, on the other hand - she really hoped that she'd never find out if this meeting had been worth her time. This was her final contingency plan. Nicholas was a balding, middle aged engineer with a constant nervous tick, tapping his fingers together. Stratt resisted the urge to yell at the man to stop as she sat down. Nick smiled at her, eyes showing fatigue, and pushed a sheaf of papers forward. "So, what do you have to show after the three billion dollars we've given you? Can you make it work?" "In a hundred years, sure, no problem," said Nicholas, pulling one of the papers from the sheaf. It showed a big plastic bubble, connected to what she instantly recognised as the International Space Station, or a close facsimile of it. "Astrophage makes the whole thing piss-easy. It's almost funny how trivial space travel's gonna be once we've-" "Yes, I know, but we don't actually have thirty years," Stratt interrupted, glancing at the diagram of the space ark. "How many people could this thing support? A few hundred at most, and with no room for expansion?" "There's plenty of room," Nicholas smiled, pointing to a fat metal can roughly in line with the kludged together structure's center of mass. "A half dozen spin drives and fifty kilos of astrophage will move the entire thing anywhere in the solar system. Endless delta-v with the built-in refuel panels. Need raw materials, just go visit an asteroid. We'll fly up machine shops and refineries…" "Yes that's all very nice," she said, "but just think of the number of ways it could go wrong. You'll be using everything in zero gee, your bones will atrophy, and what about microchips and things you can't replace without specialist machinery? It'll degrade in decades at most" Nicholas shrugged artlessly. "You asked my team to design a self-sustaining space colony that could be assembled in twenty years, without diverting resources away from Project Hail Mary. I'm telling you that this is the best we can possibly do." Stratt sighed. He really is doing his best. Remember that. "Yes, I understand, but I'm telling you that your best isn't enough. We need a backup plan." "There's only one way that I can make this work, Eva," said Nicholas. "I give project Elendil a ten percent chance of success with the resources you've assigned me. But with-" "We're not calling it project Elendil," Stratt snapped. "But it's so clever. You see, Elendil escaped the flooding of Numenor in Lord of the Rings and-" "Regardless," said Stratt. "I know what you're going to say. Your project would have a much better chance of success if we diverted all the resources from Project Hail Mary to this." "I'd give it a sixty percent chance of preserving a viable core of say five hundred humans, before the glaciers swallow us up," said Nicholas. "With no Hail Mary using up all our launch windows and astrophage, we could launch a project fifty times this size. Hell, have you seen our design for an astrophage SSTO?" Nicholas sifted through the papers. "Some of the boys at JPL worked this one out. Basically you get some liquid that's IR transparent, and inject a few micrograms of astrophage into it, and expose it to CO2 absorption-line light. Uses a tiny amount of astropage to flash the water instantly to plasma. I've even seen jet engine variants that use compressed air. Give me five years of dedicated work and we can ditch the Falcon Heavies and be flying a hundred tons to orbit every day, no refuelling required. We can get enough people off the dying Earth to save-" "Stop," Stratt snapped. "We're not doing it, and that's final. You'll get your renewed funding, and you'll make the project work with the twenty kilograms of astrophage we've given you, or it won't work at all." And people said she was ghoulish. Nicholas's willingness to sacrifice almost all of humanity to frozen death was disturbing, but he was an effective project manager, so that was that. Her next meeting was, somehow, even less pleasant. A single kilogram shipment of Astrophage had been reported lost, and she had a pretty good idea of where it had ended up. Colonel Reeve met her inside his office on the second floor of the Pentagon. She let herself be frisked by the marine outside the door before stepping in. Technically she didn't need to - like the President, Stratt technically had no security clearance. She didn't need one. "Ah, Ms Stratt, always a pleasure," the Colonel began. "Yes, lovely to see you as well," she flashed an insincere smile. "What have you done with my astrophage?" The colonel's expression didn't falter. "I have no idea what you are talking about." "Four hundred grams of astrophage - enough to wipe a city off the map - has gone missing from our strategic stockpile. For some reason, I then immediately scheduled a meeting with the officer who published a white paper on military applications of Astrophage." Reeve nodded, not saying anything further. "If you don't tell me what you've done with it I'll simply phone the secretary of defense, and if he won't take my call, the president." Reeve's expression faltered. "Eva, you have to understand the strategic situation-" "What are you building? Tell me now and let's get this over with." Reeve sighed, and turned to close the blinds to his office. "Spin bombs. Simplest tech in the world, really. Imagine a spin drive with a big block of tungsten steel on the front end. CO2 laser gets charged up by a capacitor bank and releases a bright light flash, and the little microbes release a few megatons of TNT directly into the dense metal and explode it. Smaller than a nuke, more powerful, and infinitely easier to build." "Are you a fucking moron?" Stratt exploded. "The United States signed the treaty that made all this possible and now you're threatening, what, a super-nuke war? We won't need the ice age to finish us off, you'll do it yourself." "There's a war coming either way," said Reeve. "Project Hail Mary is worth a try, but if it fails, which it probably will, we'll be faced with a struggle to secure the last farmable land on Earth. I have a duty to protect American lives, and it's one I can't ignore for the sake of idealism. Other countries will be working on these weapons." Stratt said nothing for a moment before replying. "The Spin Bombs - how are they propelled?" "That's classified - I've already told you too much." Stratt reached inside her pocket. "I have the secretary of defense on speed dial, you know. I could end your career, and I will, unless you tell me. And I have whatever security clearance I might need, as you already know, Colonel." Reeve sighed. "It's a spin rocket. Like a spin drive, but toned down, with a quartz window on both sides. We can pass a few gigawatts of IR through it without melting, enough to superheat the air without killing the delicate microbes inside. Basically it's a spin drive that won't destroy itself in atmosphere. It's still on the drawing board, but we should have prototypes ready in a year or so. The bombs will be tiny, about the size of an RPG, but they'll have practically unlimited range, will hit hypersonic speeds in atmosphere and carry more energy than an ICBM." "If you don't want me to reveal your secret black ops program to the world," Stratt said. "You're going to do the following - call the number of this man and liaise with his team." She drew a pen from a pocket and scribbled Nicholas's number on a notepad, ripping the note off and slamming it down onto the desk. "Give him everything you've got about spin rockets, all the blueprints. You don't need to say what it's for, just send over the information." She stood up to go. Grace and the team would be expecting her soon. "We should be able to get these up and running in a couple of years now. You may have just given us a hundred new launch windows."
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