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From the "Play! Pokémon VG Tournament" rulebook:
> * If a player’s final Pokémon used Selfdestruct, Explosion, Destiny Bond, or Final Gambit, and both players’ final Pokémon faint as a result, the player who used the move loses that game.
> * If a player’s final Pokémon used Double‐Edge, Volt Tackle, Flare Blitz, Take Down, Submission, Brave Bird, Wood Hammer, Head Smash, Struggle, Head Charge, or Wild Charge, or was holding Life Orb, and both players’ final Pokémon faint as a result, the player who used the move wins that game.
> * If both players’ final Pokémon faint due to a weather condition, such as Hail or Sandstorm, the player whose Pokémon faints last wins the game. This includes the effects of Perish Song.
> * If a Pokémon’s Ability (such as Rough Skin, Aftermath, Liquid Ooze, or Iron Barbs) or held item (such as Rocky Helmet) results in both players’ final Pokémon fainting, the player whose Pokémon had the Ability or held item wins the game.
The only way to have a tie is if the time runs out, both players have the same number of Pokémon left, their teams' average HP percentage is equal, and their teams' total number of HP is equal. (In that case, the event would have a sudden-death tiebreaker.)
XLR male to 3.5mm Aux male
I recently read a book called Wild and Crazy Guys about that group of comedians and he did a fairly lengthy section about how stunned Chevy was that none of his "friends" showed up to roast him and how mean all of the comments were.
Apparently after the taping, Paul Scheffer went to his hotel room and Chevy just looked at him and said "is this really my legacy?"
Have any proof it is hard? Cos I see a lot of hard decisions that are supposedly made. Yet they make them in so many more cases than not. Like when they take perfectly healthy pets and murder them. Difficult but the right the to do...right?
Well technically the definition of motorcyclist is a person who rides a motorcycle.
That does not say they have to be on the motorcycle at any given time.
definition came from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/motorcyclist
It depends on the book maybe.. Two of those in the pic already sum to almost U$500
(1) Elementary chemical reaction engineering U$356,60
(2) Separation Process Principles: Chemical and Biochemical Operations
Type “Chemistry” on book section of Amazon and sort by price you will find a bunch over U$1000 each.
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I use this app to browse reddit. I tested a few, this is my favorite. It's highly customizable and has some great features
Sauce. Scroll down and there's more pictures from that set.
Think about it. This is the font they use as their logo. Other people can pretend to be them and "tarnish" their name if they let them use this font. Google has many more free to use fonts- check out https://fonts.google.com
Its greek. An being the prefix for without, and archos meaning authority. Here is the book recommendation as promised. Its actually a very effective system that is largely kept down by the fact that it directly challenges the individuals who hold the most power
that’s awesome, when i was eight or so my mom got me their twenty year compilation. when i was like 11 or 12, she let me borrow her TMBG album, which was their first one. sometimes i still get their songs stuck in my head, although i haven’t given them a good listen in years. usually it’s dr. worm or i palendrome i
Hoops indeed. You need an app for remapping the button, and run a script on your computer to unlock all features (included in the app).
There might be an option to remap the button directly from Bixby settings now (supposedly after some updates), and you can add custom actions to that with this app. However I use the remapped button from the very start, so I don't care about Bixby updates anymore - unless they break things.
It’s just lube.
Nope, or at least not from me.
See the button below cos:
Something like this? Maybe another product, more likely a DIY version
See, I would think that, as a chef, you'd spend less time worrying about the accuracy of a crowd-sourced encyclopedia and more time thinking about innovative ways to use a variety of fruit ketchups you didn't know existed to create new and interesting dishes. I mean, I know that I have better things to do than debate ketchup with strangers on the internet.
In two ways I thought. Albeit perhaps a bit cryptic.
You may get a kick out of this https://www.amazon.com/Dirty-Japanese-Everyday-Slang/dp/1569755655/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2I98TT28QLJTW&keywords=dirty+japanese+book&qid=1657994368&sprefix=dirty+japanese+book%2Caps%2C88&sr=8-1
And a c*nt in Scunthorpe
I think I might have to get myself this.
Bruh why do you keep saying “people” when your clearly just referring to exceptionally wealthy western countries. Also your points don’t even make sense if you would do basic research we on average worked more during the 70s then we do right now.
Just because something is bad doesn’t mean it’s way worse then the past your clearly living in a bubble
Quite the revisionist history you have there.
Might I suggest a good reading source that has real verifiable sources, Black Rednecks and White Liberals, by Thomas Sowell,
Stretching you say.
You’re suggesting there’s something more practical than putting a seed in the ground and letting it grow? The world has gone mad.
Yeah. There are books written on the subject. It’s called carbon sequestration. The solution exists, it just won’t make musk richer. That’s the only problem here.
You are completely missing where I am coming from. I know the difference between the 2. I am not disputing that there is a difference, just pointing out that there are languages out there where there might not be the distinction as in English.
Also, just to add to this, venomous and poisonous was used synonymously back in the day. Venom is even described as a type of poison. Even older books referred to snakes as poisonous (https://www.amazon.com/Poisonous-Snakes-World-Department-Navy/dp/048626629X)
So my point is, people need to stop being so pedantic and shit on other people when their native language is not english
Oh, we can do better.
Now also create a new keyboard layout using Microsoft's keyboard layout tool:
And actually remap M and N so the keys work "right".
No you're NOT a Rustacean
I'm so sick of all these people who think they're Rustaceans.
No, you're not.
Most of you are not even close to being Rustaceans.
I see these people saying "Rust is caused by oxygen, I put well over 100 hours in that research" THAT'S NOTHING, most of us Rustaceans can easily put multiple hours in our coding.
I see people who only know about IRL Rust thinking they're even near the level of a true Rustacean.
Come talk to me when you pick up some Rust programming tutorials, then we'll be friends.
^((this is a parody of the "No, you're not a gamer" copypasta, I don't even code in Rust))
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Obviously, I wasn’t shaming you for rectal cacti pis but it is reasonable to be concerned.
You haven't answered my questions so go ahead.
If you want to know what really happened in Venezuela, please read the following:
If you guys want to see a really well done version of The Christmas Carol I'd recommend the 2019 one on BBC iPlayer. It's written by the same guys who wrote Peaky Blinders, it's gritty and real, not recommended for kids. Made me feel many an emotion.
Link for those interested. Use a VPN and yes, yes you do have a TV license.
Lol. It's the same topic. The joke here is about definitions of grammar terms; in English grammar we say a verb has a subject, and in the passive voice this sentence's subject is the noun phrase "more chores around the house". The meaning of the sentence (and the fact that both sentences mean the same thing) is irrelevant.
You don't have to enjoy, care about, or understand nerdy grammar jokes, but telling me to piss off when I explain the joke is pretty rude and also pointless; that jargon will continue to exist and get used by people who want to talk abut grammar whether you like it or not. If you don't care then all you have to do is ignore it.
The crap out of China? Where are yours made? What brand are they?
People with breathing difficulties are not allowed to use the masks.
1. This mask is not for medical use.
Single use only.
Do not touch the inside of mask while wearing the mask.
When the respiratory resistance of the mask is obviously increased, or it becomes dirty or damaged, the mask should be replaced immediately.
Humidity<80%, No aggressive gas, room with good ventilation
I can highly recommend MX Linux. I use it on my notebook, and I'm very happy with it.
While it also comes with a bunch of apps and little helper program pre-installed, which is something I usually dislike, it somehow doesn't feel bloated. It also runs quite swiftly on said notebook which has a Pentium N4200, Intel HD 505 graphics, and just 4 GB of DDR3 RAM (for non-techies: not the very bottom of the hardware performance barrel, but faaaaar closer to the bottom than the top).
It's an image made with ganbreeder, a machine learning based image generator. Some of the pics end up really uncanny because they are realistic, but don't portray anything actually real.
You can download and read the entire wikipedia offline using Kiwix.
The full English zim file download (via Bittorrent) is 92GB
Without pictures it is reduced to 38GB found here
Might be worth a download if you might have a long period without internet.
You ever hear of Jupyter Notebooks?
You can run more than just Python in there, but most researchers use Python so that's the focus.
Yes you do:
Here’s a good lighter with piezoelectric ignition and I’ve been using these for years. You can see the igniter right there in the clear model. 👍
Well, maybe get one of these self defense keychain thingys. Couldn't hurt to have one just in case. But if it's not a dangerous neighborhood and you're not drunk you will probably be fine.
Anyways, take care :)
To add to this I found tracking the habits I want to grow in an app really helps me.
Best app I found was HabitHub.
Bit pricey at £6 one time payment to unlock premium, but if anything that helped me stick it out because of the initial cost making me want to make the most of it.
Really great app though.
The word for debt and sin is the same in the original language. "and forgive us our debts, as we forgive those in debt to us". See also, chasing the moneylenders out of the temple, and declaring the "year of our Lord", a translation of "andurarum" from the Akkadian "debt jubilee year" source .
There is actually a book by a Harvard research fellow that presents Jesus as an activist against the moneylenders and debts, who was persecuted for declaring a debt cancellation year (the year of our Lord) and that the prayer line isn't forgive us our sins, but is actually "and forgive us our debts, as we forgive those who owe us"
That's like my favourite kind of book to tell people about!
Up until 2017 I had never done drugs or anything cool to tell my grandchildren, but during a bucket-list discussion at work trying out psychedelics and running ultramarathons came up. So the idea to combine the two things crossed a coworker's mind.
His joke became the thing I knew I would have to do - and that same weekend I signed up for my first ultramarathon, set to run it tripping on LSD. That would be something to tell the kids one day (or not!)
The whole journey I turned into a book - imagine it as a cross between Born to Run and How to Change your Mind, if those are familiar. It's available as an ebook and in paperback form on Amazon under the name Runner's High: or Can LSD Make You Gay?
If you are more of a podcast listener you can also head over to ultrarunnerpodcast and listen to me talk about the experience there. It was a wild ride!
This level doesn't suck and I have personally used the same one for over 5 years with one battery change.
Still good over multiple drops over 6 feet
Double checked and happy! Even when checking by switching level up and down and left and right.
You continue to believe that disagreeing with a person's actions, means you hate the person.
There is nothing I can do to convince you of this fallacy. Therefore, I suggest you take part in a Philosophy course, or read some books on logic & rhetoric.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0872209547/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_image?ie=UTF8&psc=1 is a good one that got me started.
I tend to universally recommend the Contemporary Music Theory series of books.
If you are coming from a zero theory background it starts simple enough to let you easily understand and build up from nearly nothing.
If you are coming from a more common practice period theory background, it'll put you in a position to start over and re-evaluate music through a slightly different lens that sort of necessary to "unlearn" some concepts from CPP theory that honestly just don't scale to work once you get deeper into "jazz" stuff (things like inversion notation versus slash chord notation for example).
I highly recommend watching the low budget movie "The Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley: The great untold story of Australia's Robinson Crusoe"
White convicts and settlers would never have succeeded without the help of Buckley, who escaped a penal colony and lived with Aboriginals for 32 years. He'd become one of them. He introduced them to white settlers. White settlers almost wiped them out. That's on William Buckley.
The Mark Harrison series of Contemporary Music Theory books are my go-to recommendation for people.
I don't know if I have any strong thoughts about minoring in music. If it's something you want to do for and it's not a financial liability for you to do so, go for it.
While I have major problems with the way almost everything is taught in most of academia, it's not that it's without value. There's definitely interesting information to be found, just that it's very much an "art for art's sake" degree in most cases rather than a collection of useful skill.
Firstly, I really recommend you read this book. It’s beautifully written and helped me so much with my lack of understanding in evolution. I know Dawkins has said some shitty things lately and I absolutely condemn him for it, but I have to appreciate how amazing this book is.
Secondly, even if you could disprove evolution entirely, it wouldn’t get you a single step closer to god being real. Just like the fact the evolution is real, does not in anyway disprove god. They are entirely unrelated.
Often is true, here’s how:
‘This is the amazing and unique True Mirror, the world's only mirror that reflects you without reversing your left and right sides. Discover your true nature in the true image reflection, and see how much the backwards mirror has changed how you see yourself. Hear the True Mirror story at NPR's RadioLab’
Eh, I feel that's a pretty good encompassing definition of a chair. It's by no means perfect and isn't that succinct as language and categorization isn't cut and dry in most of the real world; there are plenty of objects at the border of being a chair or not being a chair. Are bean bag chairs really chairs? Are stools (designed to be sat on, but having no back like a traditional chair) actually chairs? Is a balance ball chair actually a chair (it has no back -- closer to a stool)? If you have a hospital bed angled to let you sit in it like a lounge chair, is it a chair? Etc. The divisions aren't always clear and there isn't any authoritative group that ultimately gets to dictate whether something is or isn't a chair.
I'd be glad to learn it too, since the idea wasn't anything unique. It's Sengoku jieitai or A Long Time Until Now once again...
PSA for any smokers with even the slightest thought about quitting: look up the book "Allen Carr's Easy Way To Stop Smoking", read all of those sweet sweet reviews, and find yourself a copy!!! It sounds impossible, but it really works - I used to be a heavy smoker and was incredibly skeptical at first, but I told myself that I'd at least read the book even if I wasn't ready to quit. I've now been smoke free for 6 months, and I've never felt better. Addiction is nothing to joke about!! Smoking is a hard habit to quit, but you can do it!