Anxiety is awful and is probably the villain here. It doesn’t have to be logical: some part of you is cringing about past mistakes or awkwardness and you can’t see over the protective fence your mind built.
Here’s a quote from a book by Alan Watts, The Book: On the taboo against Knowing Who You Are: “the ego is indeed a fake—a wall of defense around a wall of defense, around nothing.”
I try to remember that what I’m protecting when I dread interacting with other people is imaginary. Sometimes it works, sometimes I just avoid things. Your choice.
If you have time, read Corporate Executions. I have been downsized twice.
First time, (years ago) I was given 20 months of severance. The second time, I was given one month severance, a cardboard box and 15 minutes to get the fuck out of the building.
To people who say that I have good writing I'm really surprised. I have a feature on my computer which checks for misspelled words so I don't really make mistakes that often and I also read Reddit quiet a bit so I know how people write posts so I try to follow that structure. It's nothing really special. I also can easily look for words on the internet. I learned somewhere that it's good to not repeat words so I use this website: http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/synonym to make my text richer.
Where I work, many of our users have gotten the same email. Enough so that we were able to adjust the filters to get rid of them.
Don't sweat it, don't click any links in the email, don't respond, and don't pay. They got nothing, and are just mass emailing using emails and passwords from various sites that were hacked.
You can also punch your email into https://haveibeenpwned.com to see what sites may have exposed your data, then change your passwords on there too.
Found it, original title " mystic wall clock ":
It took my 20 minutes on Google Search until I just said fuck it and deleted everything that could be replaced which lead to this:
Then I put it in Google Images, got nothing but the same shit, and went to TinEye, put it through the search, and got it!
I'm keeping this since it took me time. I'm gunna host it on mega.nz as well in case I lose it.
Down the Rabbit Hole, Holly Madison. https://www.amazon.com/Down-Rabbit-Hole-Adventures-Cautionary/dp/0062372114/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1549492534&sr=1-1&keywords=holly+madison Bunny Tales: Behind Closed Doors at the Playboy Mansion, Isabella St James. https://www.amazon.com/Bunny-Tales-Behind-Playboy-Mansion/dp/0762432306
This is really down to the sketch artist -- a talented sketch artist knows how to talk to people and ask the right questions to get info to produce the sketch. They use stuff you wouldn't think made sense.
This is a book by a famous sketch artist, if you're interested, and she explains how she works and her experiences on a bunch of famous cases, she's kind of amazing -- https://www.amazon.com/Portraits-Guilt-Jeanne-Boylan/dp/0671034855
Guy from NASA:
>Astronauts spend more than two hours a day exercising. A lot of that time is running on a treadmill. Even though there is no noticeable pull from gravity, there is still inertia. So while they are running on the treadmill, their rib cage is constantly changing its direction of motion and other more delicate parts are resisting those changes. That's a lot of stress, so sports bras are commonly used during exercise. When not exercising, it is up to the preference of the individual astronauts and not really our business.
Tell them you found out it's actually Plantar fasciitis; a common injury to runners. It's EXTREMELY painful but there's no exterior symptoms.
Be wary of PIA; they were recently bought by a shady company. I’m currently using them, but I’m probably going to switch next time other good options such as NordVPN go on sale.
EDIT: Watch the Linus vídeo someone linked in a reply to me. It has a lot more information on the situation than I had previously seen. Do your research and make your own decision. For what it’s worth, I do think PIA has a great price for its quality and services, and I chose them over other VPNs when I did research on cost/quality/services/privacy a few years ago.
Emojipedia carries this warning for the emoji in question:
> Appearance differs greatly cross-platform. Use with caution.
Chances are, a lot of people here are seeing different designs of the same unicode character based on the OS and/or browser they're using. See https://emojipedia.org/hugging-face/ for different implementations of it for Apple, Google, Microsoft, etc.
My job. I’m an indie game developer with a small company (5 people) and a game about colonizing and terraforming planets (shameless plug: TerraGenesis on iOS and Android ), using real science and planet textures from NASA.
We get around 5-10 Flat Earthers every day “informing us” on social media about how wrong our game is.
PS To do block quotes, just start the line with a “greater than” symbol, the triangle bracket pointing to the right.
I got the same mail as you, several months ago. Laughed and ignored it, because that password hasn't been secure since several Sony hacks ago. https://haveibeenpwned.com has already been linked, I can confirm it's a good tool to use and register for.
Just make sure your email and banks/paypal use completely unique and strong passwords (keep reminders on paper, not electronically), and you're as secure as it's possible to be. That's the minimum, ideally you should do that for every service you actually care about.
It sounds like you are feeling an anal fissure. You probably need to clean up your diet, add fiber, and drink more water. In addition, you can take a stool softener.
If you don't take care of this and fix it, you're going to be in a world of pain and misery. It can get worse, where the pain doesn't go away and you get scared to even go poop because of it.
Ok you've heard it here. You've been warned.
Buy some silicone shoelaces like these and never look back. I have them on all my shoes (they even make them for dress shoes) and I never have to tie or untie anything.
You can buy fish sauce at any asian grocery store! It smells like death but add a little as a flavor booster to dishes like tomato sauce or soups. It's similar to Worcestershire, both are fermented anchovies, but less spicy with a fishier funk. If you like thai cuisine, it's a key ingredient in their seasonings.
I tried mushroom ketchup using this recipe from Townsends but I didn't find it that mind blowing. I'm planning to try some with either boletus or shiitake, and other wild mushrooms mixed in next time.
Try Sync for Reddit if you're on Android. The app is awesome, the developper is even awesome-r and the community around the app is great too.
EDIT: r/redditsync is the app's subreddit for suggestions and bug reports, etc.
It’s fake, but you should change your passwords. These are opportunistic mildly tech-savvy dudes that got your password from a security breach. If you wanna look into your privacy, check this out: passwords and e-mails. Enter your password or e-mail (depends on which tool you use, but it’s pretty straightforward) and it’ll tell you if your password has been breached. Cheers.
They sell the individual parts.
The ass usually is like a butt and thighs with an anus that allows for insertion that's made of the same stuff a fleshlight is made of and they sell the tits as a wearable for drag shows or sissification.
I took a summer psychology course in college, called Social Cognition. We spent 5 weeks reading and discussing a book called Blink, by Malcolm Gladwell, and I can't recommend it enough if you want to learn more about implicit bias/split-second unconscious decision making and how it effects so many aspects of our lives. I also grew up in a racist environment and sometimes struggled with old ticks; the book really helped me understand more about why that was happening and what I could do about it.
I'll gift you a copy to help you along your improvement journey. Shoot me a PM if you're interested. Good luck!
Personally I just hate the scummy ass way NordVPN, and a lot of other businesses actually, advertise their plans. Like they'll advertise it as $X a day but when you go in to actually buy it it turns out to be an $XX a month purchase. Kind of rubs me the wrong way that they use it to exploit people who wouldn't know better.
>Do I call someone to take care of the body?
There's a checklist here. Essentially someone has to pronounce the death. If it happens in a hospital or hospice then there will be someone to do it there. If it's in his home or yours then you can call 911. Paramedics will arrive and probably try to resuscitate him unless he has a Do Not Revive order that he's signed and you have on hand. Assuming they can't revive him they'll take his body to the hospital where a doctor can pronounce him officially dead and sign the death certificate.
>What official things should I take care of?
The checklist linked above also has advice for that. You would arrange for transportation of the body through a funeral home. Contact his doctor (or county coroner if he doesn't have a doctor) to notify him of your grandfather's death. The funeral home may offer to do this for you. Generally they do as much as they can to make the process easy for the family. You'll also want to call family and friends to notify them.
Once those immediate things are taken care of you can get back in touch with the funeral home and arrange the actual funeral. They should be able to help you with getting any burial benefits he might be entitled to through military service or other organizations he may have been a member of. They'll also generally get you official copies of the death certificate. You may need a few of these for insurance claims, closing various accounts, clearing debts, and so on so you'll want a few as most places that need one will want the actual document and not a photo copy.
The checklist provides lots of other incidental stuff that you probably won't need to worry about right away but that you should be aware of. Look it over so that you have some idea of what to do since waiting until you need the information probably won't be the best time to go looking for it.
Pads, probably not much. If heavy flow, could encounter leaks. Maybe the pad will stick to the skin, or could get an infection or irritation. Tampons can potentially cause toxic shock syndrome, so women should wear the lightest absorbency for their needs and change as frequently as feasible, wearing no longer than recommended.
As someone who is literally in Shanghai, as of writing this, expats pay for a VPN service. Around the price point of 100 dollars a year in my case for 3 accounts with up to I think 10 devices on each account (ExpressVPN, highly recommended) in order to use Google services such as Google, YouTube, Gmail anything else reqlly. However the Chinese Nationals themselves have Chinese equivalents to the well known platforms we have elsewhere in the world. Google is replaced by Baidu, YouTube by youku. Reddit itself ironically enough isn't blocked but hey what ever. Now you must be, oh /u/Kraglenn why are things this way? And to that I reply, why because of government control and censorship of course dummy. Effectively through these Chinese equivalents the Chinese government is much more able to censor things they deem the common people not allowed to see. A typical example is the Tiananmen massacre, won't find anything about it anywhere under Chinese equivalents.
If there are any other questions, I'll be happy to have a mini AMA on this. Also if I got anything wrong correct me please.
TLDR, no Google, but there is Chinese Google, why? Because censorship.
I've been using RiF (GP) for at least 7 years and see no ads, at all.
Download Google Opinion Rewards, and then buy the golden platinum edition with the free credit.
Obviously, everyone is spot-on with how to do the actual washing, but a few more things you should do:
Name the body part while you wash it. “Let’s wash your arm! And now we’ll wash your hand. I’m gonna wash your big fat belly!”
Give her a wash cloth as well and encourage her to try to wash the parts you name. If she has no interest, that’s fine.
If she doesn’t like having her hair/head done, consider getting a bath visor, they work great!
I switched from PIA to a few days ago, and it's been working great. Similar pricing, similar server count, built in kill switch, and it's run out of the Seychelles. Keep in mind, I'm a light user with only a 100 Mbps connection.
Stumbleupon is now [mix.com](mix.com), which isn't the same but it's something. You used to be able to import old Stumbleupon links to the new site, it might still be possible. Other than that, there is r/internetisbeautiful which occasionally has some great new websites posted, there are many curation portals, mainly for articles, (apart from Pocket) like Refind, and I always encourage people to search for anything they're curious about. Searching your interests, even if you know everything about them, can lead you to some pretty niche websites. Google's algorithms have been a hit or miss lately but DuckDuckGo still seems to turn up proper results.
I know it's easier to simply scroll through feeds of the 4-5 regular sites you visit, but there still are a lot of interesting websites out there and many are making new ones, with the main struggle being getting people to their websites and engaging with it and not just seeing the screenshots on social media. The internet's economy is attention and we can all be a little more mindful of where we spend it.
There was a book that came out recently which actually discusses the transition from cock to dick as the go-to profanity for men's genitalia. Nine Nasty Words: English in the Gutter: Then, Now, and Forever by John McWorter.
You can hear him talk about it on last week's Savage Lovecast. He talks about "levels" of profanity and how words become more or less taboo over time, and the role pornography played in popularizing terminology.
There is a subreddit for it /r/Vanced, they will be better at answering your questions, but you will indeed log in like you would Google.
Micro G is open source, which is like one base of the App. The other base is just YouTube.
I checked on Amazon and a 24 family pack of blueberry Eggo waffles weights 839g. Certainly possible to eat that in one sitting, I don't know if you can do that tho.
One thing that crossed my mind is that they might dry your mouth out, so that it becomes impossible to swallow them. I have no experience with them, but if you are allowed to drink in between that shouldn't be a problem.
From Oxford Dictionaries:
>English uses the Latin alphabet of the Romans. However, this had no letter suitable for representing the speech sound /w/ which was used in Old English, though phonetically the sound represented by /v/ was quite close. In the 7th century scribes wrote uu for /w/; later they used the runic symbol known as wynn. European scribes had continued to write uu, and this usage returned to England with the Norman Conquest in 1066. Early printers sometimes used vv for lack of a w in their type. The name double-u recalls the former identity of u and v, which you can also see in a number of words with a related origin, for example flour/flower, guard/ward, or suede/Swede.
The condition is called night sweating or nocturnal diaphoresis.
There are several factors that could contribute to this. The body has tons of thermoregulatory (body temperature) things to manage, and when even one is out of place, sweating can occur. Some (not all) things that that cause this are:
•Thyroid problems— hyperthyroidism can cause night sweating.
•Obstructive Sleep Apnea— “apnea” = “not breathing,” when someone stops breathing during sleep due to airway blockage (usually the tongue blocking the throat)
•Heart problems— if the heart is working harder than it wants to, it’ll cause sweating.
•Endocrine/Adrenal problems— the adrenal gland produces and releases *adrenal*ine, which directly tells sweat glands to produce sweat. Too much adrenaline at inconvenient times (like at night) can cause sweating.
•Menopause causes an extreme change in the body’s hormones, and thus body systems systems, which very commonly causes night sweats.
This is paraphrased from MayoClinic
This would be a better question for r/AskDocs, and night sweats can, but not always, indicate some condition. If it gets severe it might be wise to see a doctor
Have I Been Pwned? is owned and operated by Troy Hunt, a storied information security consultant. He’s recognized by Microsoft as a Most Valuable Professional and was called to speak before the US House Committee on Energy and Commerce about infosec.
HIBP is sponsored by 1Password, a leading password manager app, as well as the networking company Cloudflare. It’s also served over HTTPS.
You’ve got every reason to be skeptical, but it’s a pretty reputable and useful website recognized by security experts all over.
Realistically if it gets repealed, we go back to the era of 2014.
Which should not be that long ago to remember.
The issue was that netflix, youtube, etc were experiencing throttling. This was -- ostensibly -- because they wouldn't pay the ISPs the premium fee.
Assuming things go back to that, you could use a VPN and have non-throttled rates -- or -- complain directly to the ISP. Some had even noticed that using speed tests would show decreased speeds. Then they noticed they didn't, but netflix still seemed slow. So they came out with Fast.com, which does speed tests directly through netflix servers.
Netflix, you see, was the biggest target of the ISPs.
This issue will be a battleground for many years, and we can expect this to go back and forth for awhile. There is a lot of money behind both sides. That's how it'll work.
Sure! This is it:
It's not amazingly healthy, but I wanted to get him some snack-type food too, and this was the healthiest big pack that I could find. Plus without Amazon Fresh, finding healthy stuff was harder. :/
Same. I torrented and downloaded things since I was a kid and I never got any issues. I started torrenting big name stuff, Django Unchained and Game Of Thrones and more, and got warnings when i opened my web browser. they cut off traffic until i acknowledged that I had violated their policies. i started using Tunnelr as a vpn due to a promotion on reddit. If i remember correctly, tunnelr was a vpn made by redditors. I had a small discount from being a redditor but the service started not performing as well as i'd've liked, or maybe my perceptions of what a good VPN service should be changed over time. a reddit comment elsewhere suggested Nord, so I tried that a few years ago, and I've been consistently happy. I have been a regular user of NordVPN since before I started seeing it advertised or recommended in several different places. The app gets so many updates its almost frustrating, since i get the notification after i've already connected and starting doing things.
I recommend it.
First, New York City is more than just the super-pricy borough of Manhattan (you know, the skinny island with the Empire State Building, Central Park, the museums, Times Square, Chinatown, and rest of the things most people think of when they hear "New York City"). One can live in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, or Staten Island, where the rent is cheaper (though still quite expensive compared to virtually anywhere else in the US) and still be in NYC.
Plenty of people do live in the suburbs--New Jersey, Long Island, Westchester County, Connecticut--and commute into the city every day.
Another option--though I'm not quite sure how prevalent they are these days--are rent-controlled and cooperatively owned (co-op) buildings. One such example is "Stuy-Town", a sprawling apartment complex which allowed 25,000 middle-class New Yorkers to live in lower Manhattan on the cheap. However, it was privatized in 2006, and I don't know what kind effect it has had on rent. Maybe someone who knows more about it than me can tell us.
If you want to extract your revenge on ads in general then you can use https://adnauseam.io/ it's a browser plug that works in the background clicks on every ad on a site. Cost the advertisers money and confuses tracking cookies, so targeted ads don't work.
AFAIK, they are all varieties or closely related species of tangerines. This link talks about the origin countries of all but the satsuma (which is Japanese).
The clementine is notably seedless, and is reproduced by grafting branches onto other root stock, but this is very common in the fruit industry anyway (for instance, most French wine grapes are apparently growing on rootstock imported from California, due to their fungal resistance).
I can't speak to their flavor differences.
Gold is not a great investment generally speaking; there's been a rise in gold prices due to people hoarding it as an investment, but that's unusual. Here's a chart with year-by-year comparisons of S&P index funds, gold, and silver.
It's a reasonable investment if you think the stock market and government are going to collapse without Mad-Max style anarchy ensuing (the value of gold depends entirely on rich people; if there are no rich people, you definitely should have invested in some means of producing food instead).
It's run by Netflix and uses the same ports and IPs Netflix uses. That means that ISPs can't cheat it by detecting that you're on a testing site like speedtest and then throttle Netflix.
> When I'm at home, I end with a wet wipe, and as such, am sure that I'm clean.
Get a bidet. It's well worth it. The initial cost is a bit much but it won't clog up the pipes (like wet wipes will) and you will save money over time. There are now the bidets you can add on to your already existing toilet.
To add to this, I have a mood tracker app on my phone (available on Android and iOS), I put in my overall mood for the day, any other feelings I felt during the day, and a quick summary of what I did or why I felt some of those feelings.
The app I’m referring to is called Pixels. There are many similar, but I personally have only used the one I’m currently using.
Fits any toilet. No hands. Fully adjustable pressure. Be sparkling clean.
However, net neutrality prevents your ISP from disabling encryption on you, so it in a way does prevent 3rd party intrusions if you are using https everywhere like you should be.
I'm really happy when my favorite youtubers get a good sponsor because youtube is so shit, but man do a lot of those sponsors suck. It's sad because you know that the content creators know this as well, but they're told to sound as honest as possible while sponsoring their shit. NordVPN is alright, but most of them peddle shit that you can get 10 times cheaper with a quick google search.
Your dream life is 100% possible today. You can get remote gigs as a programmer making 6 figures working 5 hours a day if you have the aptitude for it. So if you're fine making $50k per year (which is more than enough for van life), you could work like 15-20 hours per week doing consulting work over a satellite internet connection from your van. And then take all the rest of that time and live your life. :) But you've got to work to get there because it requires lots of technical expertise in something.
These books have good generic advice for getting there if you're interested. They're by a professor who got into a tenured position while working normal hours (most people on tenure tracks work INSANE hours), so he knows what he's talking about.
The full list is indeed helpful. Like I mentioned in another comment, emojipedia is fun to look at for historical reference to see how the emoji have changed per platform over the years. One of the most (in)famous examples is how the "grinning face with smiling eyes" used to look in iOS 6.0 and before. See https://emojipedia.org/grinning-face-with-smiling-eyes/ and click on Apple to see how it used to appear similar to what they're now using for "grimacing face" https://emojipedia.org/grimacing-face/
go to your local fabric store and find actual black out fabric, the kind of shit used for film screen and shit. cut out a square of cardboard big enough for your windows and get a cut of the fabric a little larger than the cardboard (so it can wrap back on it. then just push it all into your window so its nice and snug. you wont get any light coming through and it'll help a bit to keep your room cool (assuming its warm with the sun on it and all)
I've tried black out curtains and they tend to kinda suck. proper black out fabric works really well when used correctly.
that or just get a sleeping blindfold
Check out the l on this sans-serif font.
Other fonts like Cantarell also exist.
It is thus my understanding, as a non-expert on the subject, that it only counts as a serif font if all the serifs are included in their full form.
As I said I am in no way an expert, and I could be wrong.
I'll be honest, I have ear wax issues. Despite others here saying wax is SUPPOSED to drain from the ear, mine does not. I've had issues my whole life. I don't use Q-tips because I was also told it was bad.
When I can tell my ears are getting bad, I will use hydrogen peroxide (~~HO2~~ H2O2), of which you can buy a lifetime supply of for $1. That with a bulb to force water in usually helps for the average person. I like this method just to listen to all the fizzing. It's like pop in your ear.
Every once in a while I need to go to the doctor to get my ears cleaned. I only do this when I'm losing hearing though since it can get pretty expensive. They use a squirt bottle to with a small funnel on the end and force warm water into your ear. This is the result. Gross as all get out, warning you.
I recently bought the tool they use on Amazon, but there is something that the doctor does a lot better than me. They can get a lot of nasty gunk out of there.
In summary, warm water with force, and funny chemicals. All much better than a Q-tip.
no. this stuff is fucking magic.
I hate phone makers for this. I just want to say it's well worth the time and money to learn how to fix nearly anything on your own phone from iFixit. This has saved me so much money and allowed me to keep the same phone alive for a long time.
Edit: fixed link
Looking at global moth distribution seems to give a pattern similar to this
Cold climates such as Siberia or Greenland seem to have the lowest numbers of moths.
The make converter kits for this. Common in European hotels to have a "king room" that can be converted into 2 twins because many of the king beds are just two twins pushed together.
This actually began during the Cold War; the 1983 Strategic Defense Initiative (the "Star Wars" program) under Reagan was a plan to build a network of satellites designed to down incoming ICBMs.
The scientific community was opposed to the project. It was impossible to test (how do you test a system designed to shoot down ALL of a nuclear arsenal without firing an entire nuclear arsenal at yourself?), it was extraordinarily costly, and it would result in the weaponization of space.
The Reagan administration decided to get "its own scientists" to convince Congress to fund the project. They basically hired a bunch of PhD shills to argue that the scientific community was politicized, communist-leaning liberals and that the SDI project was scientifically sound. This led to discussions of "nuclear winter" which gave Carl Sagan his platform.
Fast forward a few years, and the same "scientists" hired by the Reagan administration were hired to argue that acid rain was not a major environmental problem.
Later, that same group was arguing that second-hand smoke was not harmful.
Next, they argued that smoking itself was not harmful.
Today, those same people are leading campaigns of disinformation attempting to discredit the science surrounding climate change.
If you'd like to learn more about the history of scientific disinformation in conservative America
Use verbatim mode.
Press the search tools button, then click on "All results" and select verbatim on the drop-down menu.
I found out about this mode months ago and my google-life is great now, it's like old times, no more Google changing what I type.
You can also add it to the search engine list in Firefox:
http://mycroftproject.com/search-engines.html?name=google+verbatim - Click on "google verbatim" under "Major engines"
This story is discussed in "The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business" by Charles Duhigg. Essentially, mint was added to toothpaste to make brushing one's teeth more rewarding and enjoyable (due to the minty fresh feeling) so that people would be more likely to make it a habit (and therefore keep buying toothpaste). This addition of mint created a national toothbrushing habit. You can read more here in this Slate article.
In addition to a stellar track record, they are also extremely quick in adding new security features to the app. The website haveibeenpwned added a feature where you could check if your passwords are already logged in a gigantic database of hacked accounts and the 1Password team added this check to their Watchtower within 24 hours
I bought NordVPN last year during black friday and I totally regret it. Google will detect that you're using a vpn and will ask you to verify using captcha for every search you do. I bought a one year subscription and I used it like 5 or 10 times in total. Guys, if you're in the same situation, don't forget to cancel your subscription because they have an auto renewal system.
Change any passwords associated with anything that shows up on https://haveibeenpwned.com/
And then stop pretending that internet is anonymous if you haven't taken any precautions to make it so.
The mere fact that people can find you is no big deal - there were already a fuckton of people who could find you without internet. Like all your government's agencies and anyone friends with anyone there (or willing to pay them enough).
His name is Frank and this photo of him was taken in the summer of 2016. He's the significant other of a photographer named Lesley Juarez who posts some of her photos to a free stock photo site called Unsplash. The photos posted to the site are completely free to use for any purpose. He's a photographer himself and doesn't appear to model professionally.
I found his personal Instagram but won't post it here for privacy reasons. He made a post when this photo was taken.
A quick Ecosia search brought this up:
.su is an Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) that was designated for the Soviet Union (USSR) on 19 September 1990. Even though the Soviet Union itself was dissolved a mere 15 months later, the .su top-level domain remains in use today with over 100,000 .su domains as of July 2020. It is administered by the Russian Institute for Public Networks (RIPN, or RosNIIROS in Russian transcription).
Not sure why I'm getting downvotes.. or care.. but anyway.. a lot of girls practice their handwriting. At an early age girls also tend to mimic each other's handwriting more than boys. That type of mimicry and caring about handwriting is just more prevalent in girls than boys.
>If a girl receives positive reinforcement (in the form of praise or acknowledgment) for being neat, she's more likely to value pretty handwriting. Moreover, kids are amazingly good at picking up on differences in how you treat people. Even if they can't explicitly say it, it is understood that neatness is something that is valued in GIRLS but not boys. This may even disincentivize neat handwriting in boys.
you are ~~literally~~ talking out your ass. I know it's biased coming from the company itself, but legally they are liable if they do the opposite of what they say.
"We do not sell your personal information. Ever.
Honey works by finding you the best deals. When you buy something with a Honey coupon, promo code, or offer, the store sometimes pays us a fee. That's how we make money. We do not need to (or want to) sell your information.
So how do we use your data?
First and foremost, we analyze some information on the retail website you're on so that we can look for great coupons for that site or product. Also, we collect limited shopping data to support the Honey community. That means Honey members share real-time information about deals, prices, and products with the rest of the community to help everyone save time and money."
If there is a book called "Pounded In The Butt By My Own Butt" on Amazon, there is a novel for your kink; or you haven't written it yet.
Relay for reddit master race!
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Yeah, it's possible. It'd be a pain to do so, though. Aphex Twin hid a picture of his face in one song, you can see pictures of it online or if you have a spectrogram program like Sonic Visualiser.
Well assuming you're in the US, looking at the value of the illegal drugs market being at $360 billion there's not doubt money is being laundered and floating in and out of the country, so I don't think it'd be insane to wish for a couple billion and not fuck up anything (other than the local economy maybe?).
However, I'm no economist/billionaire/drug dealer/genie hell, I'm not even American, so I could be totally wrong.
Kind of a combination of things - but in general the age old adage "if it ain't, broke don't fix it" applies here.
See about 500 million years ago the basic body plan for tetrapods was decided upon. From this basic body plan very few modifications have been made. For whatever reason four limbs, two eyes, two ears, two nostrils, two kidneys, two lungs, two ovaries/testes, but one heart and one liver worked for it so it works for us.
Its not just humans that have these basic structures - birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians, and other mammals all have this basic body plan. Yes some have lost their limbs - like snakes, and others have lost an ovary - like birds...but underlying it all is that same basic blueprint. You may be interested in the book your inner fish.
We can see from this graph that the change really occoured in the mid-1980s.
The story as to how that happened is here:
I think this is a good explanation.
>In common usage both assume and presume can mean ‘suppose’ and are often interchangeable in this meaning. However, technically there is a subtle difference between the two where presume is to ‘suppose to be the case on the basis of probability’:
>>two of the journalists went missing and are presumed dead
>Assume on the other hand is to ‘suppose to be the case without proof’:
>>I just assumed it to be the case
>Both words also share other meanings that can be summarised as ‘to take on oneself’. In this sense assume is generally used to describe taking on a role:
>>I assumed the role of the aggressor in the conversation
>Whereas presume is generally used when taking on an attitude:
>>he had presumed too great a level of familiarity
You take it for granted because everything now that you liken to Star Wars actually exist BECAUSE of Star Wars.
Star Wars created the fantasy sci-fi adventure epic.
Before it there were few sci-fi stories that had broad appeal. You had Flash Gordon serials that appealed to adventurous kids or Star Trek that appealed to curious adults.
Star Wars took the elements of fantasy like romance and rescuing damsels in distress and combined it with adventure like king solomons mines and set it in space with alien-looking aliens instead of painted humans like Star Trek and spaceship that zoomed around like jet fighters instead of sitting stationary and firing phasers like Star Trek. There really was nothing like it before. It had mass appeal and got audiences into theaters.
All I can do is show you this clip that tries to recreate the awe and excitement of those first seeing it in theaters.
To help combat tracking from sites you might want to try the extension Ghostery. I've been using it for a few months and it's pretty non-invasive. https://www.ghostery.com/
EDIT: See below post of Disconnect vs. Ghostery
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You might need this.
I like the book No More Mr. Nice Guy by Robert Glover.
Be prepared to do some deep digging and to uncover some painful hangups you have about yourself, the world, and your childhood. The biggest one for me: Acting perfect is actually boring and repels people, because it's fake and everyone knows it. As long as you wear a "perfect person" mask, you will never be able to make real connections with anyone. Peoples' flaws are what make them interesting to others. To make real connections with people, you have to be vulnerable. The more open you make yourself to being hurt, the more opportunities to connect with others you will have. The second biggest hangup for me: Acting needy is something almost nobody likes, except maybe your mom. It is nobody's job to meet your needs, except you. It's not immoral or bad to go after what you want and to be honest about it. People generally respect that, a lot more than they respect acting nice.
For dating advice, check out Models by Mark Manson.
It's good advice, and it's not sleazy, which is great.
Also. Women like hot guys. Just like YOU like hot women. After the baseline of feeling safe around someone is established, women want the guy who is aggressive, driven, handsome, strong, tall, competent, and dominant. They don't want a little boy. That doesn't make them whores, it makes them women. I don't imagine you look at how nice a girl acts as the primary indicator of attractiveness. You look at their looks, their interests, their personality, their sense of humor. Well, so do women.
Coup doesn't mean cut, but it can mean a lot of things! But to be fair, I don't think I'd be able to find an elegant translation of "coup d'état" in English haha.
Some screen readers use AI to attempt to generate a description of what's in images, with widely varying results. However, I tend to stick to subreddits that have almost or exclusively text or URL posts. On webpages and social media, you can add something called alternative text (more commonly called "alt text"), which is text that is a description of images that is only viewable by screen reader users.
Most blind people, including me, don't know much about memes. We can't create them, and the few times people have explained them to me I've struggled to understand the message they're trying to convey. However, a podcast that I recently found out about is trying to get blind people more aware of what's in memes: https://www.bemyeyes.com/podcasts-show/say-my-meme
It's called surface tension. It's similar to how water can hang over the top edge of a glass. There are some alcohol based drops that can be used to displace the water.
If you're interested, you can take a look at unidan's old user page via archive.org.
Lots of people (looking at you, /r/circlejerk) love to hate unidan now, but I'll always remember him fondly, he was reddit's excited biologist, you could summon him by just mentioning his username, and he would always have a couple informative paragraphs, and some weird interesting facts about any biology question you might have
If you get an Nvidia shield or any Android TV box, you can install the youtube vanced app from https://vancedapp.com/ and avoid those ads along with adding sponsor block which is great.
Unfortunately if you're using a Chromecast to cast from your phone to TV, this option won't be available. I highly recommend going the extra mile and getting an Nvidia shield. Even the cheapest model is great to avoid those pesky ads. Its a good replacement for Smart TV apps too if you use any paid subscriptions or just Plex.
Alternately, you can install the app on your phone (there's a difference youtube ad blocker app from Iphone) and then cast your screen to your TV. The downside to this is casting usually doesn't cast the audio unless they changed it recently so you would need to bluetooth your phone to your soundbar or TV somehow to get the sound.
This happened to me once when I finished reading a motivational book. I had everything you described, eventually after about the 3rd or 4th day I was able to calm down and get some sleep. It's worth noting I did get some sleep during that time but very little.
Edit- The book was Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Only if they are idiots.
Intellectual curiosity is a positive human trait. Read what you like -
you cannot have too much information nor too much understanding of the political philosophies that have shaped the world - whether for good or evil. After you have read it, have a go at Karl Marx's "Das Kapital" and "The Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith.
Incidentally, Mein Kampff is more like a teenage "life in unfair" diary than a political philosophy but it does show that Hitler had personality problems and was no intellectual.
You can download Open Office or Libre Office. They're open source versions of Word and several other Microsoft Office products. The two are basically identical, but Libre Office is updated more often and Open Office is now being run by Apache. You'll find people who prefer one over the other (due to the way development is going), but they're both nearly identical. Both will open Word files as well as save documents created in the software as a Word file.
You can also get a paw impression kit at any time, you don't have to wait for them to pass. I have one for each my dogs hanging on the wall.
As for ashes spreading them somewhere meaningful can be nice. When my father in law passed we took some of his to his favorite spot in one of the city gardens and spread them there. It's a place my wife and I visit from time to time anyway so it's a nice reminder of him and something we used to do together.
In general one of the functions of dreams seems to be an in detail replay or review of something your subconscious mind caught but your overtaxed conscious mind did not pay sufficient attention to in the moment. As a result, if someone appears in your dream that you did not actually interact with within in the last 24 to 48 hours, it tends to be a stand in, important for what they represent rather than the reality of the person themselves.
Dream "dictionaries", that is the set of symbols an individual's subconscious uses, tend to be personalized and thus only the individual can make the final call as to whether an interpretation is correct. A method of developing recall and facility with interpretation is put forward by Dr Ann Faraday in The Dream Game.
Here's an article where a particular website justifies why they stopped recommending Security Essentials, back in 2013. It's a mix of the software no longer performing well in comparative protection tests, and some internal MS documentation admitting they'd stopped bothering with the software.
Here's a link to a more up-to-date set of the stats they used to justify that decision. Clicking through to the real stats will get you detection rates as low as 50% on common-in-the-wild threats.
It's a real shame that MS are continuing to pretend Security Essentials is still a proper antivirus solution.
I don't know your country law, but if you are torrenting a lot, it's better to buy a VPN.
For example, in Germany, there is a piracy warning and a huge fine for seeding torrents.
Personally, I'm using Anonine VPN while torrenting. Never had problems.
People are incredibly good at justifying their beliefs and actions.
People are masters of saying, I'm not X, I'm just X-1. "I'm not an alcoholic; I'm just a guy who likes a fifth of scotch with breakfast." "I'm not a wife beater; that bitch just needs to learn some respect." "I'm not a sexist, I just think neuroscience proves men are better."
The reasoning starts something like this: A "racist" is a monster, and I'm not a monster, so I'm not racist. And if I'm not a racist, then there must be some other reason why I believe these things. Maybe I'll claim to hate everyone equally. Maybe I'll rely on religion. Maybe I'll say I truly believe in separate but equal.
There's a reason racist forums spend so much time posting about "evidence" that supports their beliefs. They feel that if they can "prove" it, then they're just realists, not racists. (Conversely, you'll notice that /r/biology doesn't spend an inordinate amount of time posting evidence that genes are the main mode of inheritance. They believe it, but they're don't need to be defensive about it.)
So, yeah, there might be some people on there who think of themselves as "racist", but I'm guessing most of them would say they are not.
If you want to learn more about how we trick ourselves about our beliefs, I would recommend The Unpersuadables and Thinking, Fast and Slow.
It's very common. 90% of people get at least one cold sore in their life (source) and for many people they're recurrent, because they're caused by the Herpes virus which doesn't go away.
You have a moral obligation to avoid spreading it, which means keeping your mouth and your saliva away from other people's mouths, eyes, genitals, when you have such a sore.
It's still possible to spread the virus with no visible sore, but not as strongly likely.
The "s" in HTTPS stands for "secure". It's basically just an encrypted connection between your computer and whatever site you're connecting to. If you use a standard HTTP connection instead then anyone can intercept and read whatever you send to the site. If it's HTTPS it can still be intercepted but it would be encrypted so that it couldn't be read.
If you want to make sure you're using HTTPS (which everyone should, just as a general rule) then you'll either have to manually type in "https://" for each site you visit or you can get the HTTPS Everywhere plugin from the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The plugin forces your browser to use an HTTPS connection whenever one is available at the site you're connecting to. Not all sites allow an HTTPS connection though. If that's the case you'll just connect over a normal HTTP connection instead. Otherwise you'll always get a secure HTTPS connection.
If the check engine light is on, that means at least one part of the engine isn't operating as it should, and the car's OBD (On-board diagnostics) system has received an error code.
You could take it up to a mechanic who could read the code for you, or you could buy an OBD tester off Amazon and read the code yourself. It would tell you what the problem is, and what you'd need to do to fix it.
If you are experienced with cars at all, you can generally diagnose the problem on sound or sight some of the time without hooking up a tester at all. Things like faulty sparkplugs can make the light come on, and it would make the engine's timing to be off for example.
So I definitely heard of people having bobcats as pets, and I googled to refresh my memory, and I found these links:
https://www.quora.com/Can-bobcats-be-domesticated wherein a farmer describes their experience with domesticating a bobcat, who was nice and then killed their cats.
And this the relevant part of which is:
>Bobcats are a stocky, medium-sized cat native to North America. Bobcats may have the best ‘pet’ personality of all the exotic cats because they bond strongly with their owners. However the catch is that bobcats actually do possess the strength to kill an adult human. They are short, but they are muscular, and they do have success hunting fully grown deer in the wild, making one suspect that they can easily fatally attack humans. Fortunately, this does not seem to have occurred with any captive-bred pet, but it does reveal that this animal should be heavily supervised around children (or kept away from them).
>The video below shows just how lovable a naturally solitary, bold, top-level predator like a bobcat can become when it is captive-raised. Bobcats can even be friends with deer when raised with them since kitten-hood.
>They also adore dogs and are highly affectionate. Do not think that bobcats are perfectly harmless, as they can have their aggressive moments, and they should, like the others, have a large outdoor cage to retreat to during the periods when they become moody. Being escape artists, these cages should be sturdy and well-designed with a top.
>How much could a bobcat kitten mess you up?
They can kill you, but if properly domesticated and socialized and given plenty of energy outlets you should be okay. Also, the mother might not be too happy and come looking for her kitten but I'm not too sure.
I'm surprised why you think that proper writing requires intelligence and skill, I'm pretty sure anyone can write good, I simply use the tools in my computer.
I have a program which checks spelling, so I don't make spelling mistakes. I also use this website http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/synonym to make my text richer.
Super surprised that people are saying that my writing is good, I think it's really average but I just use tools.
His name would probably break things:
Assuming you mean the salt shaker it is included in the draft of the next standard.
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One of my kids has ADHD/Asperger’s and uses this cushion:
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It improves focus, especially in people who have floppy muscles and tend to slouch and zone out.
Every other middle schooler covets the thing. Several of them who don’t have disabilities have bought one and are carrying them around. One dude has several in different colors to match his various Nikes.
Most of them with fewer than 10 victims are related to domestic issues, and most of them occur at home.
The median shooter age is just a few years more than the median age in the US: 37.5 vs. 34.
Most have no "red flag" beforehand.
The overwhelming majority are not committed with "assault weapons", and in fact in mass shootings where a handgun was used, more people are killed.