2021.09.29 03:39 BATTLE_SAUCE How I feel when I need to work with overly political colleagues
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2021.09.29 03:39 N_o_o_B_p_L_a_Y_e_R Cutest Kittens & Puppies
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2021.09.29 03:39 Kizziea57 Every time 臘♂️臘♂️臘♂️
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2021.09.29 03:39 Shin_Dis Problem with switch.
2021.09.29 03:39 vicky_foxx Test
2021.09.29 03:39 ChunkyArsenio Brazil: President Bolsonaro, ‘Only God can take me from presidency’
2021.09.29 03:39 KSlacker What’s the “secret weapon” in your bag?
Interested to see some of your favourite clubs that produce shots which keep ya coming back to play this game.
Mine’s recently the Mizuno MP20 HMB 3 Iron, 90% of the time it’s used on the tee and it’s the go-to if the driver is on an off-day. Noodle arms baby!
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2021.09.29 03:39 Affectionate_Swan592 Arrow Legion | Looking for gamers that want to be in a more casual but still active company
Name: Arrow Legion
Region: US West
Server - Uku Pacha
Faction - Syndicate
I was thinking that I won't be making a discord for this but if I get enough people I will make a discord.
About us - Just ca couple of close friends looking to do some wars but we don't have 30 friends that are ready to go.
We don't have any requirements, just need more people.
My in game name is - Hellusinn - if anyone is interested
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2021.09.29 03:39 napparaauto The last thing you ate is all you are eating forever. What is youre last meal?
2021.09.29 03:39 FrodoSwaggins125 I’m currently making a base and I would love some criticism/feedback.
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2021.09.29 03:39 bluepandadev 125/1000 - "Y" is for Yo-yo!
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2021.09.29 03:39 Dabfordayz47 Second grow is underway! Wedding Cheesecake! Stacking up nicely!
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2021.09.29 03:39 bitter_vitriol Game design and development by committee
Remember Twitch plays Pokemon? It was a fascinating experience and like a piece of postmodernist art, raises a lot of questions about what it even means to play games.
Well what if someone applied the same idea to designing and developing a game? What if every design choice was chosen democratically and anyone can be a part of the design and development process? What would that process even look like, and more interestingly, what kind of game would it be? Theoretically, if every design choice is made by popular vote, the result would be a game with the broadest appeal, but I doubt that would be the case.
What do you think? Do you have ideas on how to execute an idea like this? Do you think the entire idea is dumb? Should we even care what happens when...
Twitch Designs a Video Game
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2021.09.29 03:39 DontHateDefenestrate Does changing religions increase your provinces’ local autonomy?
I went from ~+12 gpt to less than 3gpt immediately upon going from Catholic to Protestant, and it hasn’t recovered after converting all my provinces.
Trying to figure out why.
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2021.09.29 03:39 Boring-Fascinations How is your LTE reception doing? Anyone else having issues getting a signal on LTE only networks? (the areas where 3G was shutdown)
Ever since ATT shutdown a local 3G tower, I have a horrible 4G / LTE signal. It stays in the -110 to -120 dBm range, which is unusable. Cannot make or receive calls. I have the international variant SM-N920I. How is everyone's LTE reception? If you had this issue, did you resolve it? Note5 still running great otherwise.
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2021.09.29 03:39 doubtingshipowner The Ethics of Belief & The Dragon in My Garage
Taken from Carl Sagans book 'The Demon-Haunted World' - This book woke me up. (Note: before recommending this book to PIMI's, Carl Sagan does briefly mention JW's prediction that the world would end in 1917; in chapter 14 about antiscience, page 209)
"A shipowner was about to send to sea an emigrant ship. He knew that she was old, and not overwell built at the first; that she had seen many seas and climes, and often had needed repairs. Doubts had been suggested to him that possibly she was not seaworthy. These doubts preyed upon his mind, and made him unhappy; he thought that perhaps he ought to have her thoroughly overhauled and refitted, even though this should put him to great expense. Before the ship sailed, however, he succeeded in overcoming these melancholy reflections. He said to himself that she had gone safely through so many voyages and weathered so many storms, that it was idle to suppose that she would not come safely home from this trip also. He would put his trust in Providence, which could hardly fail to protect all these unhappy families that were leaving their fatherland to seek for better times elsewhere. He would dismiss from his mind all ungenerous suspicions about the honesty of builders and contractors. In such ways he acquired a sincere and comfortable conviction that his vessel was thoroughly safe and seaworthy; he watched her departure with a light heart, and benevolent wishes for the success of the exiles in their strange new home that was to be; and he got his insurance money when she went down in mid ocean and told no tales. What shall we say of him? Surely this, that he was verily guilty of the death of those men. It is admitted that he did sincerely believe in the soundness of his ship; but the sincerity of his conviction can in nowise help him, because he had no right to believe on such evidence as was before him. He had acquired his belief not by honestly earning it in patient investigation, but by stifling his doubts . . ."
William K. Clifford, The Ethics of Belief (1874)
fire-breathing dragon lives in my garage.' Suppose (I'm following a group therapy approach by the psychologist Richard Franklin) I seriously make such an assertion to you. Surely you'd want to check it out, see for yourself. There have been innumerable stories of dragons over the centuries, but no real evidence. What an opportunity! 'Show me,' you say. I lead you to my garage. You look inside and see a ladder, empty paint cans, an old tricycle - but no dragon. 'Where's the dragon?' you ask. 'Oh, she's right here,' I reply, waving vaguely. 'I neglected to mention that she's an invisible dragon.' You propose spreading flour on the floor of the garage to capture the dragon's footprints. 'Good idea,' I say, 'but this dragon floats in the air.' Then you'll use an infrared sensor to detect the invisible fire. 'Good idea, but the invisible fire is also heatless.' You'll spray-paint the dragon and make her visible. 'Good idea, except she's an incorporeal dragon and the paint won't stick.' An so on. I counter every physical test you propose with a special explanation of why it won't work. Now, what's the difference between an invisible, incorporeal, floating dragon who spits heatless fire and no dragon at all? If there's no way to disprove my contention, no conceivable experiment that would count against it, what does it mean to say that my dragon exists? Your inability to invalidate my hypothesis is not at all the same thing as proving it true. Claims that cannot be tested, assertions immune to disproof are veridically worthless, whatever value they may have in inspiring us or in exciting our sense of wonder. What I'm asking you to do comes down to believing, in the absence of evidence, on my say-so. The only thing you've really learned from my insistence that there's a dragon in my garage is that something funny is going on inside my head. You'd wonder, if no physical tests apply, what convinced me. The possibility that it was a dream or a hallucination would certainly enter your mind. But then why am I taking it so seriously? Maybe I need help. At the least, maybe I've seriously underestimated human fallibility. Imagine that, despite none of the tests being successful, you wish to be scrupulously open-minded. So you don't outright reject the notion that there's a fire-breathing dragon in my garage. You merely put it on hold. Present evidence is strongly against it, but if a new body of data emerges you're prepared to examine it and see if it convinces you. Surely it's unfair of me to be offended at not being believed; or to criticize you for being stodgy and unimaginative, merely because you rendered the Scottish verdict of 'not proved'. Imagine that things had gone otherwise. The dragon is invisible, all right, but footprints are being made in the flour as you watch. Your infrared detector reads off-scale. The spray paint reveals a jagged crest bobbing in the air before you. No matter how sceptical you might have been about the existence of dragons - to say nothing about invisible ones - you must now acknowledge that there's something here, and that in a preliminary way it's consistent with an invisible, fire-breathing dragon. Now another scenario: suppose it's not just me. Suppose that several people of your acquaintance, including people who you're pretty sure don't know each other, all tell you they have dragons in their garages, but in every case the evidence is maddeningly elusive: All of us admit we're disturbed at being gripped by so odd a conviction so ill-supported by the physical evidence. None of us is a lunatic. We speculate about what it would mean if invisible dragons were really hiding out in garages all over the world, with us humans just catching on. I'd rather it not be true, I tell you. But maybe all those ancient European and Chinese myths about dragons weren't myths at all . . . Gratifyingly, some dragon-size footprints in the flour are now reported. But they're never made when a sceptic is looking. An alternative explanation presents itself: on close examination it seems clear that the footprints could have been faked. Another dragon enthusiast shows up with a burned finger and attributes it to a rare physical manifestation of the dragon's fiery breath. But again, other possibilities exist. We understand that there are other ways to burn fingers besides the breath of invisible dragons. Such 'evidence' - no matter how important the dragon advocates consider it - is far from compelling. Once again, the only sensible approach is tentatively to reject the dragon hypothesis, to be open to future physical data, and to wonder what the cause might be that so many apparently sane and sober people share the same strange delusion.
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2021.09.29 03:39 Embarrassed-Essay140 Hyperion guns
2021.09.29 03:39 Abomination-626 They caught me
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2021.09.29 03:39 Jump-Kick-85 I-95 available in flower, popcorn, and shake at rec dispensaries in Northern IL. No med yet as far as I can tell 🧐
2021.09.29 03:39 chewyclutch4 ps4 need third for 3s im on a playshot
2021.09.29 03:39 soupandsalad1622 [serious] What was the ‘best’ thing someone said to you - after someone close to you died?
2021.09.29 03:39 HeneHoe My partner (M 20+) is deciding on his own what belongings that were intended for me (M 20+), to be his property. (Computer build related issue)
This isn't a really big issue, and something we can honestly solve on our own usually, but there can be some stubbornness from the both of us. I really need some outside opinions of this small, particular situation just so that it possibly clarifies larger come-ups.
Both me and my bf are long distance. We want to build computers for the both of us, starting with the components for my computer first. I had this whole computer built where he lives because I intended to move there. So this means he would be able to use it for the time being. Fast-forward, plans have changed and I am not moving there and we intend to have the computer shipped across country to me. One little issue, he tells me he's going to keep the SDD for his computer build, meanwhile leaving me with the temporary part I have here for my current, crap computer. He attempts at explaining the difference with visual representation on performance between the two, which is not crazily significant, but there is still a distinct difference. They both are priced the same as well. My main point is, is not the performance, but the act of him with his own approval, claims he's keeping what was intended for me in the first place.
This guy cherishes his plants-- what if I decided with my own approval his plants are mine now or something else.
TL:DR bf decides he gets to keep my computer part, and suggests I stick with the one I bought to temporarily use being that there's is a very small difference between the two.
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2021.09.29 03:39 FrostbiteKavez We do a little bit of trolling
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2021.09.29 03:39 spunkythefunk Is this happening to anyone else or is it just me? I've been trying to login for a few hours and it's still giving me problems. Any solutions?
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2021.09.29 03:39 Jeromethy We might get a SEA server in an undisclosed amount of time. (Also spain)
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