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2014.04.29 21:15 seniorinfo Adults Dealing with Aging Parents

Please share your ideas for dealing with issues regarding caregivers or aging parents.

2014.11.04 02:02 RWBY_RPG_Maker Rwby tabletop gaming

This is the place for all tabletop adaptations of Rwby. Share systems, both homebrew and reskins. Help with adventure ideas, campaign hooks and world building.

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Welcome to the kratom advocacy subreddit. Feel free to share helpful hints, tips, and news about kratom.

2023.03.27 18:34 Crusader_2 13 in 13 - Series 12 Review

This is part of a series of posts. You can find the rest of them here.
Chibnall’s second series as showrunner is one of the most intriguing chapters of Doctor Who yet. When it does something well, it does it really well, but when it falls, it falls flat. There are some really strong episodes in the series, but also some of the weakest ones that I’ve reviewed. It’s one of the lower points in Doctor Who’s long run as a show, but there are still many bright lights that shine throughout the dark bits.
The first thing that comes to mind when I think of Series 12 is its series arc, and just how weird it is. When you look at the story being told throughout these 10 episodes, you get some weird mixture that seems quite overwhelming. The Master, Cybermen, and (the rest of) the Time Lords all have a role to play in what’s happening. It all seems very disorganised, but it’s put together in a way that works. It’s not perfect, and it doesn’t work very well, but it works nonetheless. The Timeless Child twist itself is not a bad one. I can see why people would dislike it, but I think there’s some good to it. In the past, Moffat had to give the Doctor another set of regenerations to keep the show going onwards despite the Doctor having run out of his original regenerations. With the Timeless Child twist in effect, this barrier no longer exists for the Doctor, meaning that they can have as many incarnations as they would like. Other than that, however, I don’t think the new information given throughout the series changes much. There’s still an air of mystery towards the Doctor, and much of her pre “An Unearthly Child” history is still unrevealed. If anything, the show will continue on as it usually does until some writer down the line decides to bring the Timeless Child up again.
There is one choice made by Chibnall that does bother me, however. The decision to destroy Galifrey once more feels really unnecessary. Obviously, it plays a big part in the series finale, but that could easily be rewritten. We just got Galifrey back during the Capaldi Era, and now it’s gone again, which removes any sort of shock value from viewers since we’d already dealt with it before. Had RTD not destroyed the planet during his era, perhaps it would work. However, due to previous events throughout NuWho, it feels a little redundant.
As I mentioned before, Series 12 has a wide variety of hits and misses. There are some stories in between, but I found that there were some very high highs and some very low lows. This can be demonstrated by looking at the series ranking:
  1. “The Haunting of Villa Diodati” (Rated 10/10)
  2. “Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror” (Rated 9.5/10)
  3. “Revolution of the Daleks” (Rated 9/10)
  4. “Fugitive of the Judoon” (Rated 9/10)
  5. “Spyfall” (Both Parts Combined Rated 9/10)
  6. “Can You Hear Me?” (Rated 8.5/10)
  7. “Praxeus” (Rated 7.5/10)
  8. “Ascension of the Cybermen/The Timeless Children” (Both Parts Combined Rated 6/10)
  9. “Orphan 55” (Rated 5.5/10)
As you can see, the lowest rated story of the series is a 5.5/10. It’s not exactly groundbreaking, being a whole 0.5 points higher than the lowest rated story of Series 11, but it’s worth keeping in mind that there are actually two stories within Series 12 rated below a 6/10. This is a first for 13 in 13. Usually, when there is a story rated so low, there’s only one of them. This proves that Series 12 has some low points. However, these are balanced nicely with some higher scores like “The Haunting of Villa Diodati”, “Spyfall”, and “Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror”, making for a really mixed bag of stories
Series 12 is a very interesting series to watch. Is it a bad series? No, but it’s not perfect. It could use quite a bit of polishing up and various other changes could be made. However, it still contains a few great episodes that I loved revisiting. Perhaps it’s not the Doctor Who many of us wanted, but it’s still pretty solid.
Episode Average: 8/10
Series Rating: 7/10
Next time, we take a final look at the last two series of the show in the Fam tenure overview.
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2023.03.27 18:34 Dt2_0 Contemplating Browser Change, Need Suggestions

Due to the upcoming Manifest V3 update to Chrome, I am looking into a new browser. I have a few requirements.
1) I need to be able to have multiple users for Chrome. I utilize a 2 user profiles. One for work use and one for personal use. This allows my work user to not get search suggestions.
2) I manage a call center and need access to Brightpattern extensions. Unfortunately I can only be logged into Brightpattern when I am working, so testing is pretty difficult.
3) I don't really care about the extra privacy aspects of browsers like Brave, but am ok with disabling them to have a similar experience I have with Chrome currently.
4) I would need to carry over passwords, profiles, and such from Chrome.
5) Ublock Origin must function for the foreseeable future.
6) A built in Dark Mode would be nice, but a good extension would be acceptable as well.
To me it seems like a Chromium fork that is not disabling Manifest V2 extensions would be the best transition, but I am getting mixed signals upon research if that is even possible. I'd consider a move to Firefox, but not sure if it supports the multiple user profiles I need, and transferring log in information.
It's been a long time since I've had to switch so apologies if there is any easily accessible information I have missed.
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2023.03.27 18:33 ii-i Received my acceptance letter for Fall 2023 today! Advice?

And the age-old question:
What are some beginner-friendly OMSCS courses I can take to help me ease into the program?
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2023.03.27 18:32 Superunknown11 1 person accident on Employer Property

So this past Thursday I was pulling my personal vehicle into the driveway of one of my work sites. It is essentially a group home ran by a human services agency. I pulled into the side of the drive, behind another truck also parked on that side. When i backed up to adjust my car slipped into a ditch that was next to the driveway. Upon pulling out, plastic on the underside broke off and from front wheel well. Doesn't appear to be any other damage, and I am guessing not very costly. Another employee was outside and witnessed the whole thing.
I reported to my supervisor and the onsite manager saying that that edge of the driveway had long been used for parking, and likely the gravel/dirt on the side had sunk over time just before the ditch. My main concern was that it either needed to be leveled out or a no parking sign put on that section of the driveway. I was directed to do the usual accident forms and take pictures of the damage and where i tried to park.
As of today, my employer is saying I need to submit a claim for any repairs to MY insurance.
So question: I feel like my employer has some liability here, so shouldn't their insurance take the claim? Im not really interested in suing or anything, but looking for thoughts on how to approach?
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2023.03.27 18:32 chiasecongnghe123 Anemia in Cats

Anemia is not a disease on its own, but rather, is a sign that there is an underlying health problem of some kind. This blood disorder occurs when an animal’s red blood cell count drops lower than normal. This decrease can be from blood loss, a decrease in the number of red blood cells produced, or an increase in the number of red blood cells destroyed by the body. Many diseases and health issues can cause a cat to become anemic.
Because red blood cells help transport oxygen to cells and tissues throughout the cat’s body, if the red blood cell count drops quickly or gets very low, the cat will show signs of oxygen deprivation, which can include lethargy, pale gums, increased heart rate, and difficulty breathing.
Although the outlook for anemic cats depends on the underlying condition, most cats will recover with treatment and go on to lead normal and happy lives.

What Is Anemia?

Anemia is a common blood disorder not just in cats, but also in dogs, humans, and many other animals. An anemic cat or other animal has too few red blood cells circulating in its blood, or too little hemoglobin within its red blood cells. Hemoglobin, a type of protein, is the component of red blood cells that binds to oxygen and carries it to the cells throughout the body.
Anemia in cats is typically broken down into two broad categories: regenerative and nonregenerative. In regenerative types of anemia, red blood cells are lost or destroyed. In nonregenerative types of anemia, the production of red blood cells is suppressed. Both categories of anemia have many underlying causes.

Symptoms of Anemia in Cats

Symptoms of anemia can vary based on the underlying issue that’s causing the problem, but there are some general symptoms to watch for. Two of the most common signs of long-term anemia in cats are lethargy—you’ll notice your cat seems more tired than usual, or isn’t interested in things that it used to enjoy doing—and pale gums.


If you take a peek into your anemic cat’s mouth, you’ll probably notice that its gums are paler than normal, and may appear almost white. This is due to a lack of red blood cells.
An anemic cat’s heart rate also increases in an effort to get oxygen to the cells that need it. You might see your cat’s breathing rate speed up in an effort to bring more oxygen into the body. Most likely, your pet will appear lethargic and won’t be as interested in playing, grooming, or socializing as usual, as reduced oxygen levels leave muscles weaker than normal.
Some cats also lose their appetite when they’re anemic and may drink more in an effort to replace lost blood volume. In severe cases, when a cat has lost a lot of blood, it may be unable to move or can become unresponsive due to a lack of oxygen to the brain.
If your cat is showing any of these symptoms, it should be evaluated immediately by a veterinarian.

Causes of Anemia

The usual lifespan of a circulating red blood cell is only two months, so the cat’s body must continually produce new red blood cells to replace the old ones. The different causes of anemia are grouped based on whether the anemia is regenerative, meaning the underlying condition is causing red blood cells to be lost or destroyed faster than they can be replaced, or nonregenerative, meaning the underlying condition is suppressing the normal production of new red blood cells.

Causes of Regenerative Anemia

Causes of Nonregenerative Anemia

Diagnosing Anemia in Cats

The diagnosis of anemia in cats is fairly straightforward. A blood test called a complete blood count (CBC) is the basic test used for evaluation. There are several components to a CBC. One is a count of white blood cells, which can be useful in diagnosing infections. However, it’s the tests evaluating the red blood cells that are of most interest when a cat has symptoms of anemia.
Hematocrit: One component of the CBC is the hematocrit, which measures what percentage of a blood sample’s volume is red blood cells. Normally, this should be around 25 to 45 percent, although different laboratories can have slightly different ranges. If the hematocrit is below 25 percent, a diagnosis of anemia is made.
Red blood cell count: The red blood cell count is another CBC component your vet will consider. This measures the actual amount of red blood cells in the blood sample. A typical normal range is 6.1-11.9 x 106/µ l for cats. Anemic cats will be low in total red blood cells.
Hemoglobin: This is another important component of the CBC. This test measures how much hemoglobin the red blood cells contain. It’s also usually low in an anemic cat. A typical normal range for cats is 9-15.6 g/dl.
Additional blood tests: Your veterinarian will probably also run other blood tests to check for your cat’s overall health condition, as well as specialized tests to determine or rule out kidney disease and infectious diseases such as feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) because these viruses are frequent causes of anemia.
Fecal test: A fecal test will often be performed to check for intestinal parasites causing internal blood loss, as well. Occasionally, your vet might want to use a long needle to draw a sample of bone marrow to determine if the problem is due to a disorder of the marrow.

Source (Read more): Anemia in Cats
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2023.03.27 18:32 lesley_nelson ONSF Questions

Hello again! I am scheduled to have an optic nerve sheath fenestration on my left eye tomorrow morning and am looking for some anecdotal experiences about what recovery is like. How long did you take off work? How soon were you able to drive again? Scale of 0-10, how bad is the pain? Did it help your eye pain? I’m super anxious and can’t find much online regarding these answers so any advice is welcome!
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2023.03.27 18:31 szep113 First update on my Late Cold War T series Tank recognition guide: +4 new variants, 1 mistake corrected, small other changes (this guide is a tool to help recognize and differentiate T-64, T-72, T-80, T-90 types and their 43 most important variants from each other)

the 4 new variants: -T-72EA: page 122-123 -T-72B model 2023: page 124-128 -T-80BVM model 2022: page 176-178 -T-90S: page 191-192 Small changes on the T-64BM2 Bulat part +1 page mostly about its exhaust. Corrected a small mistake on the page where I talk about the cast T-80U turret: I stated that the T-84 used the cast T-80U turret what is incorrect (forgot to remove that sentence in the earlier version) Other changes mostly cosmetic. Here is the Google Drive link for the PDF.: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BfFIwUv_DLkyI7oTbrBEp0DmiCeqDji3/view?usp=share_link
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2023.03.27 18:31 CrispyPollack17 Need Advice! Half English & Half Olde English

Hello! First time potential bulldog owner here! My family has always had dogs, but I have not had a dog of my own. My family between my grandparents, parents, and sister have 3 Long Coat Chihuahuas. I’m looking for a bulldog to add to the family (the bulldog would be living with me, not the other dogs).
I found this breeder that has good reviews. He mentioned the following:
“These 8 puppies are actually half Olde English and half English. We do this intentionally to eliminate some of the respiratory and breathing problems that full blooded English are generally associated with. You still get the look, but generally they are a little healthier. So we are an Amish, Christian based family with a side hobby of raising puppies. I have 3 kids who love playing with puppies. We always had dogs as a kid so it was easy for me to decide I want this for my kids too! And I just love to see the look on people's faces when they meet their new puppy!! We do offer a 1 year health guarantee as long as it's genetic and not just a bacterial infection or virus. The mom is ICA registered and the dad is AKC registered. The puppies are ICA registered as well. We do have shot and vaccination records followed as recommended by our Vet but we don't usually do health tests. We leave it to the customer to see their vet in the first 2 weeks or so. If this a problem, we can work something out, but I've never had a puppy come back and I have been doing this for 5 years straight and off and on before that even. I would say we have sold probably 80-100 puppies.”
He is selling this half olde and half English bully for $2500.
Any thoughts or concerns from this group?
Thanks so much!!
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  • New High-Grade discovery ("Ember Zone") located 3.5 kilometers southwest of the Smoke Lake Zone
  • Multiple near surface drill intercepts of high-grade nickel - copper mineralization Including:
    • 6.9 meters grading 1.1% Ni, 0.3% Cu (Hole TK22-104)
      • Including 1.9 meters grading 2.0% Ni, 0.4% Cu
    • 5.3 meters grading 0.7% Ni, 0.8% Cu (Hole TK22-100)
      • Including 1.5 meters grading 2.0% Ni, 2.8% Cu
  • Ember Zone is located adjacent to a greater than six (6) kilometer long interpreted Chonolith / Feeder Dyke that is on strike with the Cupa Lake Versatile Time Domain Electromagnetic airborne ("VTEM") anomaly.
    • Cupa Lake also hosts coincident strong nickel and copper soil anomalies.
  • Chonolith / Feeder Dyke geological model continues to be confirmed.
Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - March 27, 2023) - Palladium One Mining Inc. (TSXV: PDM) (OTCQB: NKORF) (FSE: 7N11) (the "Company" or "Palladium One") is pleased to report the discovery of a new high-grade nickel - copper zone ("Ember Zone") which is located 3.5 kilometers southwest of the Smoke Lake Zone (Figure 1) on the Tyko nickel - copper project, in Ontario, Canada ("Tyko Project").
"The discovery of another high-grade nickel - copper zone at Tyko further supports our thesis that we have a significant new nickel camp on our hands. The Ember Zone exhibits many similarities to the nearby Smoke Lake Zone and other high-grade nickel - copper zones on the Tyko Project. Notably the Ember Zone is adjacent to an extensive interpreted Chonolith, which is on strike with the Cupa Lake VTEM / soil anomalies, suggesting Ember may be part of much larger mineralizing system," commented Derrick Weyrauch, President and Chief Executive Officer.
The Ember Zone was first identified by a moderate two line VTEM anomaly in 2021 (see the Company's news release dated October 28, 2021), reconnaissance soil sampling returned weakly anomalous nickel values up to 42 parts per million ("ppm"), and copper values up to 30 ppm (Figure 2). The weak geophysical and soil anomalies of the Ember Zone resulted in it being drill tested during Q4 2022, Its discovery reinforces the notion that any VTEM anomaly and even weak soil anomalies can point to high-grade nickel - copper mineralization on the Tyko Project.
Notably the Ember Zone is located just north of an interpreted lengthy east-west trending Chonolith / Feeder Dyke structure which is on strike with the Cupa Lake VTEM / soil anomaly (Figure 2). Cupa Lake represents a multi-line VTEM anomaly and a strong soil anomaly with values up to 132 ppm nickel and 512 ppm copper. Cupa Lake is a priority drill target which has an outstanding Exploration Permit application.
The geometry of the Ember Zone is not fully delineated, drilling to date was focused on defining the zone at shallow depths as the conductor's orientation was poorly defined by the airborne VTEM survey. Thus far, the zone appears to form a southwest plunging body toward the interpreted Chonolith / Feeder Dyke structure located to the South (Figure 3). Hole TK22-108 was drilled as a Bore Hole ElectroMagnetic ("BHEM") geophysical platform but deviated from the interpreted plunge of the zone. A BHEM survey is planned in Q2 2023 to better define the VTEM conductor and search for potential conductors at depth.
The 2022 drill program consisted of 70 holes totaling 13,038 meters, of which 14 holes are pending assay results. The 2023 field season is currently underway, with a high-resolution magnetic survey having been completed. The survey was designed to refine the geometry of the interpreted feeder dykes / chonoliths across the Tyko Project's 30-kilometer strike length prior to additional drill testing. The 2023 exploration program will continue to focus on these newly identified and interpreted Chonolith / Feeder Dyke structures on the 30,000-hectare Tyko Project (Figure 1).
Figure 1. Tyko Property map showing various mineralized zones and multi-line VTEM anomalies, background is Calculated Vertical Gradient Magnetics ("CVG").

Figure 2. Ember Zone and Cupa Lake target showing drill holes, soil samples and recently staked claims (see the Company's new release dated January 26, 2023) which cover the eastern extension of the interpreted Chonolith / Feeder Dyke Structure.

Figure 3. Semi-massive to net-textured sulphide consisting of pentlandite, chalcopyrite, and pyrrhotite hosted by pyroxenite in the Ember Zone (Hole TK22-100).

Figure 4. Ember Zone plan map and stylized cross section, with select significant intercepts looking northwest. Hole TK22-108 was drilled as a geophysical platform hole for a future BHEM survey. Hole TK22-107 was drilled to test the interpreted Chonolith structure but failed to intersect any ultramafic rocks or explain the strong magnetic anomaly, the Chonolith structure remains to be tested.
Figure 4. Continued
Table 1: Assay Results: Tyko 2022 Drill Results from New Ember Zone
Hole From(m) To(m) Width(m) Ni% Cu% Co% TPMg/t Pdg/t Ptg/t Aug/t
TK22-096 No significant values
TK22-097 54.9 56.3 1.4 0.52 0.26 0.01 0.06 0.02 0.04 0.00
TK22-098 No significant values
TK22-099 Abandoned due to hole deviation
TK22-100 51.3 56.6 5.3 0.71 0.85 0.02 0.09 0.03 0.05 0.00
53.3 54.8 1.5 2.01 2.85 0.04 0.26 0.11 0.14 0.01
TK22-101 No significant values
TK22-102 54.4 60.4 6.0 0.28 0.15 0.01 0.05 0.01 0.02 0.02
54.4 57.4 3.0 0.38 0.23 0.01 0.08 0.02 0.03 0.04
TK22-103 43.8 47.6 3.9 0.45 0.26 0.01 0.04 0.02 0.02 0.00
43.8 45.8 2.1 0.74 0.45 0.02 0.08 0.03 0.04 0.00
TK22-104 32.0 38.9 6.9 1.07 0.28 0.02 0.07 0.03 0.04 0.00
35.7 37.5 1.9 2.02 0.36 0.04 0.11 0.05 0.06 0.00
TK22-105 No significant values
TK22-106 12.2 20.4 8.2 0.24 0.14 0.01 0.02 0.01 0.01 0.00
14.2 19.3 5.1 0.30 0.17 0.01 0.02 0.01 0.01 0.00
TK22-107 No significant values
TK22-108 No significant values, drilled as a BHEM geophysical platform
(1) Reported widths are "drilled widths" not true widths.
Table 2: Drill Hole Locations for assay results from this News Release
QA/QCThe drilling program was carried out under the supervision of Neil Pettigrew, M.Sc., P. Geo., Vice President of Exploration, and a Director of the Company.
Drill core samples were split using a rock saw by Company staff, with half retained in the core box and stored onsite at the Tyko exploration camp core yard facility.
Samples were transported in secure bags directly from the logging facility at the onsite exploration camp, to the Activation Laboratories Ltd. ("Actlabs") in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Actlabs, which is ISO 17025 accredited with CAN-P-1579 (Mineral Lab). In addition to ISO 17025 accreditation, Actlabs is accredited/certified to ISO 9001:2015. All samples are crushed to 2 millimeters with a 250-gram split pulverized to 105 microns. Analysis for PGEs is performed using a 30 grams fire assay with an ICP-OES finish and for Ni, Cu, and Co using 0.25 grams by 4 acid digestion with ICP-OES finish. Ni, Cu and Co samples over 1.0 wt% were re-analysed by ore grade methods using 4 acid digestion with ICP-OES finish.
Certified standards, blanks and crushed duplicates are placed in the sample stream at a rate of one QA/QC sample per 10 core samples. Results are analyzed for acceptance within the defined limits of the standard used before being released to the public.
About Tyko Nickel - Copper - Cobalt ProjectThe Tyko Nickel - Copper - Cobalt Project, is located approximately 65 kilometers northeast of Marathon Ontario, Canada. Tyko is a high sulphide tenor, nickel - copper (2:1 ratio) project and currently has six known mineralized zones spanning over a 20 kilometer strike length.
Qualified PersonThe technical information in this release has been reviewed and verified by Neil Pettigrew, M.Sc., P. Geo., Vice President of Exploration and a director of the Company and the Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.
About Palladium OnePalladium One Mining Inc. (TSXV: PDM) is focused on discovering environmentally and socially conscious metals for green transportation. A Canadian mineral exploration and development company, Palladium One is targeting district scale, platinum-group-element (PGE)-copper-nickel deposits in Canada and Finland. The Läntinen Koillismaa (LK) Project in north-central Finland, is a PGE-copper-nickel project that has existing NI43-101 Mineral Resources, while both the Tyko and Canalask high-grade nickel-copper projects are located in Ontario and the Yukon, Canada, respectively. Follow Palladium One on LinkedIn, Twitter, and at www.palladiumoneinc.com.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD"Derrick Weyrauch" President & CEO, Director For further information contact: Derrick Weyrauch, President & CEO Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Market Regulator (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
Information set forth in this press release may contain forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that relate to future, not past events. In this context, forward-looking statements often address a company's expected future business and financial performance, and often contain words such as "anticipate", "believe", "plan", "estimate", "expect", and "intend", statements that an action or event "may", "might", "could", "should", or "will" be taken or occur, or other similar expressions. These forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements relating the 2023 exploration program and its focus and results*; the pending results of the Company's previous drilling; the standards of testing; and other statements that are not historical facts. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or other future events, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors include, among others, risks associated with project development; the need for additional financing; operational risks associated with mining and mineral processing; fluctuations in palladium and other commodity prices; title matters; environmental liability claims and insurance; reliance on key personnel; the absence of dividends; competition; dilution; the volatility of our common share price and volume; and tax consequences to Canadian and U.S. Shareholders. Forward-looking statements are made based on management's beliefs, estimates and opinions on the date that statements are made and the Company undertakes no obligation to update forward-looking statements if these beliefs, estimates and opinions or other circumstances should change. Investors are cautioned against attributing undue certainty to forward-looking statements.*
To view the source version of this press release, please visit https://www.newsfilecorp.com/release/159861

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2023.03.27 18:31 captaindata1701 WEF - Fratelli tutti Fronting for the most evil system I have researched.

" 173. In this regard, I would also note the need for a reform of “the United Nations Organization, and likewise of economic institutions and international finance, so that the concept of the family of nations can acquire real teeth”. "
Run away from anything that is: Ecumenical " An Ecumenical Christian Prayer "
If you read this through then and see what they Jesuits have done and are doing in the USA you know all the flowerily language are lies.
We get show trials IE Epstein but the largest ped ring the priests get comfy retirement or moved from one church to the next.
There were other attendees, of course. Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, and Ernest Moniz, a former US energy secretary, also joined in.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), has emerged for many as the voice of reason and integrity as the nation confronts the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Much of that he learned at Regis High School, a no-tuition, Jesuit-run boys college-prep school in New York City that is renowned as an academic haven. Fauci, a member of the class of 1958, told a group of alumni last May that attending the school “was the best educational period I could ever have imagined having.”
Fauci also is a graduate of College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, another Jesuit institution.
“I take great comfort in knowing that when he speaks that he is speaking the truth and nothing but the truth,” Jesuit Father Daniel Lahart, Regis’ president, told National Catholic Reporter.
“I worry about a pandemic,” Fauci said last May. Now, less than a year later, his worries are a reality and he has emerged as the public face of the fight against coronavirus. (Source: catholiccourier.com)
The same Jesuit Georgetown University that sponsored Anthony Fauci’s speaking event also trained Georgetown alumni, Robert R. Redfield. Despite having a long history of controversial public health actions, he was appointed to his position as director of the CDC in 2018 by another Jesuit trained government leader, President Donald Trump, alumni of Fordham University, the oldest Jesuit University in the northeastern United States.
Redfield’s controversial history includes the CDC’s initial response to the coronavirus in February 2020 when they sent contaminated test kits to state labs, leaving them unable to get conclusive results and thereby effectively delaying our response to the growing danger. In 1992, the Defense Department investigated Redfield after he was accused of lying about the effects of an experimental HIV vaccine which was developed under his oversight and ultimately failed to protect anyone from HIV. (Source: Vice.com)

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2023.03.27 18:31 Traditional_Bake_755 Some annoying things MIL did during her visit

These are petty, but I don't care. MIL is so damn annoying sometimes. She is loud and obnoxious, goes against the grain on what everyone says and makes everything a huge freaking problem.

  1. Complained that we had too many photos in our house of FIL (her ex husband) and only one of her. She's lucky we have one of her up, and I'm the one who put it up there not DH. I explained that all those photos were already in frames from when I met DH so we just put them up and added more (why do I even need to explain myself??).
  2. Asked me if I liked something, I said no I did not because I have a sensory issue with it and that my mom is similar. She then told me, "Well we need to make sure you don't put that onto LO, you can't dump your issues on her and make her feel the same way." I told her that I do not do that, that I'm not sure why she thinks that and I let LO explore and enjoy things even if I don't find them enjoyable. She of course says this when DH is not there.
  3. Cooked us dinner, which was nice, but burned one of my pans and got mad when we didn't want to eat right away even though I explained to her we eat after LO is in bed and we just make the dinner early so LO can eat it first.
  4. Brought HER moms handicap placard and got upset and defensive and rude with me when I told her I did not feel comfortable using that, and that we did not need to. She got really pissy so I told her, "I'm not using it and taking a spot away from someone who really needs it."
  5. Kept her shoes on in the house even when we asked her not to. Stepped on LO's pacifier with her shoes on and I was telling her to please move out the way so I could get it, didn't stop talking didn't care and accidentally kicked it under the couch until finally my DH got mad and told her to take her shoes off and move.
There's more but I'll just save the rest. Thankfully that will be the last visit to our home for a long, long time. I am reminded why we go to her, because we just leave early when it's not going well.
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2023.03.27 18:30 Relevant-Hearing-694 Can't find information - is this legal?

Hey everyone,
Recently we've had a lot of issues at work and I wanted to check if some of these are even legal at this point.
  1. We dont get finish times, we're just told when to come in. Usually everyone is fine with this but on occasion it means running over 6 hours with no break and the excuse "we didn't know you would be here that long". I would look over this if I was compensated for my break I lost but I'm told that they're not paid so they won't be adding extra to my pay.
  2. Also as we don't have finish times, the time between shifts isn't always 11 hours. We could be put on a night shift that we would guess would run till 12am and then the same staff be expected to open up at 9am. When asking about this we're told that we don't know how long the event will run for so technically it could be 11 hours. We've had people walk off shift at the 6 hour and no break/11 hours mark.
  3. To top it off, we're meant to get the rota a week in advance. It is done on the weekend at night and is hung up on a board at work. This would be okay if we have no extra events to work - however there have been times that the rota is posted Saturday night (when the bar is closed), and it is checked on the Sunday to find out I'm in on Monday. That's not even 2 days notice that I'm at work.
  4. They will also change shifts mid week, adding extra people or removing them and if we don't see this change within what could be a few days, it looks bad not showing up for shifts. There have been many times I've went into work knowing I was scheduled a few days before and immediately went home because "we don't need you now". Not even a phone call, spent money on petrol and parking to not work.
Is all this legal? It feels really wrong and slimy but it's just the normal now.
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2023.03.27 18:30 Feisty_Novel_6359 Is your NOTEBOOK data lost in case step 1 uworld expires and you buy step 2 uworld after a long gap?

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2023.03.27 18:30 HardGainer What's the best way to buy my mom a nice post-residency car when I already have 40k cash not counting other investments? How would you do it?

Basically I want to buy my mom a thank-you gift after I graduate residency, thinking along the lines of a nice Mercedes with a few options. Something around 50-60k. She's already looking forward to it and would easily pay for insurances and maintenance.
I'd say I'm above average resident when it comes to finance knowledge, but I don't do crypto/options/property right now. I also do a lot of churning credit card points to travel but never carry a balance. Credit score >750 depending on which one. I will finish radiology residency summer 2024. Right now, I have 40k cash I can use and probably would have enough to buy a car straight up in cash at graduation, assuming I don't get any attending sign on bonus.
I have ~200k across roth 403b, roth IRA, i-bonds, and taxable brokerage from prior work and moonlighting. I have ~350k student loans.
Now I was thinking just buy a car last month of residency straight up in cash, especially since interest rates nowadays are higher than the 2% a few years ago. But I wonder if there's an even smarter, investing-focused way of doing this. I admit I did almost no research on what are the rates available, but I just want to know the different options out there to begin researching myself.
  1. Straight cash (what I've always done with all my used cars)
  2. Get car loan, invest cash in brokeage in sp500 (I never used an auto loan before, DCU showing ~6% rate)
  3. Get brokerage margin loan, invest cash (Fidelity showing margin rates ~12%)
  4. Buy property as attending (probably condo), take out HELOC. No wife/kids. No experience with property. Could be good learning experience.
Any other ideas? How would you do this?
Yes I know just investing the cash and paying off student loans asap is the financially smart thing to do, but some things are bigger than that and I feel secure enough to do something like this. This is a thank you gift to show my appreciation before my mom gets too old to drive a car at all. Don't worry. The vast majority of my income will go to student loans (assuming I don't do PSLF) or probably to save up for a house/condo. I personally am going to continue driving my 2014 Mazda hatch for a long time as its been great to me.
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2023.03.27 18:30 Hey_look_new Ever have one of those days where you realize something you KNEW was just totally wrong and out to lunch?

I have been on this wild mission for the last several months to attempt to cobble out the "perfect" dock, or dock system to play nicely with my DeX setup, as well as my Steam Deck. The idea is to be able to use them absolutely interchangeably, and possibly concurrently
long story short, I'd somewhere gotten the idea that while HDMI carries video and audio, displayport would only carry video.
The monitor I'm using in this particular setup does have 2x HDMI, and 1 displayport, but the displayport will do 144hz, while the HDMI are limited to "only" 120hz, so I'm trying to accomodate the DP input
I'd been monkeying with all kinds of USB dacs and adapters and tons of cable spaghetti when I said out loud "why can't displayport just carry audio too?!?!"
So I googled it, to find out what the limitation was
works just fine, lol
now I've realized I can just plug the speakers directly into the monitor, and I'm done
so dumb
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2023.03.27 18:30 Feisty_Novel_6359 Is your NOTEBOOK data lost in case step 1 uworld expires and you buy step 2 uworld after a long gap?

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2023.03.27 18:30 Altruistic-Turn6228 Another post about Robby :(

Without wanting to go on too long, I just wanted to come here to share a few things I've been thinking about:
The first season was about Johnny trying to revive Cobra Kai after leading a failed life because of a defeat he suffered in the past. Thinking about it, I remembered the phrase that Kreese says to him in the last episode of the fourth season: "Whatever happens, the fame that he (Robby) will get with this victory will haunt him for the rest of his life, because different from what everyone points out, winning does make the difference.", and it was exactly with that sentence that I thought how meaningful and symbolic it would be for Johnny to see his blood son win Sekai Taikai and conquer the glory he dreamed of obtaining throughout his life. of your life. It would be a very emotional scene if he said something like: "Unlike me, he managed to win and everyone in the world will know that he is a winner.", and this is a thought that makes me very emotional in particular.
On top of that, I'd like to share another thought: Robby never cared about his tournament losses because in the end winning or losing meant nothing to him since, after all, it was just a stupid trophy. However, that changes when you put the fate of all the world's children on your shoulders. I'm not claiming anything, but when someone has a reason to fight in Cobra Kai, he ends up gaining even more focus, like Robby in S4, Johnny in S5, Daniel in S5, among many other examples. I'm saying this because, unlike all the other students, Robby was the one who became someone's sensei, trying to guide them to a better path. This turning point for Kenny to fully embrace the Cobra Kai philosophy could be the motivational key Robby needed to get that ferocity and drive to become the best. He would never let Cobra Kai win this tournament and infect children all over the world with this selective and silly philosophy, but that is just my imagination, so feel free to question or add something.
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2023.03.27 18:30 Otaku_squish88 Just my take

8 dungeons, 9 soon. 3 arenas Opr Wars Open world PvP 3v3 Farming Crafting Refining 13 different weapons Each weapon has 6 different abilities Three different armor ratings achieved by variations of different weight and armor types. 6 different enemy types This is my first MMO. I'm 35 years old. I've been gaming since sixth grade, and been involved with online gaming for 15 years. I see varying complaints about this game and it's content. 1. Not enough of it. 2. Having to engage in all of it to enjoy some of it. 3. Pve content rewards affecting PvP content. And so many others. First off your feelings are semi valid. New world can get stale and easily frustrating. But game devs have a revolving door they live in. More content or quality content. While you critique the content they put out now they are also working on content to give you as soon as possible to bed everyones thirst. The problem is the gaming culture once valued catologs of various games to play. Or eagerly waited for the next installment. Whereas now people now life content and rush to get to end game status and then pine for more. Also not liking all aspects of a game, and deeming the fault of the maker not making the game in the light you want, means maybe it's not the game for you. In summary, try adding more games to your library, try finding another hobby, go outside, turn off your computer, spend time with your family, or don't, the game is what it is, it's going to be what they make it. Coming from an era where you bought a game, and either liked it or it sat on a shelf, stop whining. You want AGS to do all these things to please you. These things take overhead, from revenue. A number that goes down when a games player base is entitled and moans and drives new and returning players away. Thus affecting the quality of the content we are giving that you then complain about more. Fire away guys.
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2023.03.27 18:29 StepwiseUndrape574 Gta 5 modded account: Modded outfits, modded cars, 16trillion in the bank, everything unlocked. FULL ACCESS link in bio

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2023.03.27 18:28 SnooBananas460 Name Questions.

I'm taking a poll for a school assignment and want to know your answers t these questions:
  1. What is your "new" name? (idk how else to phrase it)
  2. How did you choose your name?
  3. How long did it take for you to decide on it?
  4. Did you go by any other names before deciding on your current one?
  5. How hard was it for you to choose/decide on your name?
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2023.03.27 18:28 DogshitHandGrenade PXMD - Game Day is Here - This is how I think the next day, and 2-weeks plays out.

PXMD - Game Day is Here - This is how I think the next day, and 2-weeks plays out.

PXMD - Game Day - 2-Week Outlook

I don't have a crystal ball, but I do have a crystal potato, and it's guided me well.

If you're new and wanna get jacked up, here is my QUICK HITTER DD from yesterday.

1 Action so far today

It's less than 3-hours into the market as of writing this and we've just traded the entire freefloat.
Most candles have non existent volume. The volume has come from desperate short beating down the retail spike to $2.24. That was 80k volume for them to beat that spike down.
Now just recently we saw this sacrifice 18k soldiers just to take a 2-minute dip below $2.0.
In those couple minutes they were under $2.00 you guys went bananas and filled up the order book. This confirms to me, again, that the floor is here in the $1.90s. Shorts can't keep throwing themselves into the slaughter.

Clip of the order book during that short-attack to under $2. You guys are nuts. Well done.

2 Crystal Potato Thoughts
Here is how I think rest of today could play out.

We spend the rest of the day trading around $1.97-$2.03.
Tomorrow we will gap up again and trade around $2.10s. It would be great to keep up consistent 5-10%+ days.

Here is the Shorts strategy:
-Keep the price as low as possible for as many days as possible to drain the enthusiasm of retail. Retail then moves on and they buy up their shares to close shorts.

How to conter this strategy:
-Just stay put. We can wait 1-week, 2-weeks. They cannot.
-Spread the word. Take my DD and Youtube links and share. Watching the ticker will not help the price go up. Getting just 1 or 2 people introduced to the play will help.

3 Conclusion
-Shorts will give up within 2-weeks unless retail get's bored and moves on. They have to due to CTB bleeding them $0.04/day/share.
-If enthusiasm continues to increase, this 2-weeks will turn into 2-days real quick.
-As long as we keep these consistent 5%+ days we should be able to keep eyeballs on the play.
-At any moment, one short could give up and that will start a boom-boom explosion as they race to exit.

I love seeing that concrete floor. I have never felt more relaxed. I laugh when they short attack and I got 30,250 shares on the line now. Not swing trading. I am resolute in my conviction here. Waiting for my plans to play out.

I am not a financial analyst, I am a potato. Make your own investing decisions.
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2023.03.27 18:28 webdad2000 Notes from a Lastpass refugee - Migrating a family of 5 with 1200+ LastPass items

Notes from a Lastpass refugee - Migrating a family of 5 with 1200+ LastPass items
While I had been generally following the recent security bulletin from LP, I found myself late last week coming to the conclusion that I really needed to get the family off of LP for my sanity and the safety of the family in general. I had started on LP over 5? years ago and things have grown since then. Given the decision to move, I needed to figure out where to go. Some general Reddit browsing through the LP subreddit landed on either 1Password or Bitwarden for the short list of destinations. There are a host of other options as well, but those two came to the top for me. General comments on Reddit went both ways but this article is what sealed the deal for me to choose 1Password -- Bitwarden vs 1Password: Which Provider is Better in 2023? Cybernews
With that, I needed to figure out how to best do this migration. After setting up my 1Password family trial, my initial attempt to import directly from LP failed with a diagnostic error, which I sent off to 1P, and they were quick to get back to me with a recommendation to switch to the Beta. After doing that, the LP import worked perfectly. Everything from LP came in with tags of "LastPass" and "lastpass-" as well as having the folder names converted to Tags. Shared folders came in as separate vaults named "Imported shared - ..."
Now the grind. How best to get through minimizing risk and making our existing LP data basically inert. Deleting everything on LP would be some help, but as the security bulletin / issue showed, backups / dev / test copies would still be floating around, so the best option would be to change all LP original LP passwords. Normal password hygiene would have had these changing anyway, but hey, we're a family of five. There's this thing called everyday life.
Here are the tips I picked up from some other postings as well as the approach I'm taking (still in the middle of doing all this):
  • I've been doing all of this work using the 1Password Windows app and I'm impressed with how fast changes are rendered / available in the browser plugin. Small thing and something you would take for granted, but still. Changes seem to propagate with lightning speed.
  • Even with the LP import, I still took an LP export to CSV and have added that, in its unchanged form, as a document in my Private vault
  • Vaults - Aside from my private vault (and the "import shared...", I created the following vaults (names have been changed to protect the innocent).
  1. Parents share - this is held for items shared between my wife and I - primarily financial sites, and data.
  2. Family share - Openly shared with the entire family - things like netflix, hulu, travel, etc
  3. Business1 share - holds all sites / data related to my business - just me at this point for access
  4. Business2 share - holds all sites / data related to my wife's business - shared between my wife and I, but may also use the family "Guest" feature to share this vault with my wife's business partner.
  • Tags - With the initial tags from the import I did get the original folder structure and will continue to use that with a little refinement, but also wanted to leverage tags to help with the overall migration / nullification of LP data. WARNING: Tags are case-sensitive (at least as of this writing, and so "DefCon" is different from "Defcon") So this is what I came up with:
DefCon - As I go through every password, I assign a Defcon rating, with DefCon 1 being reserved for ultra critical like financial, DefCon 2 healthcare and other, down to DefCon 5 being benign things that don't even have a credit card stored at the site. The cool thing with this is that I used the "/" in the name to create nested tags. Clicking the parent DefCon tag shows all the children. Pretty slick. So "DefCon/1" ... "DefCon/5" show up in the sidebar as:
DefCon Tags
Confirm - Use the "/" approach here as well and create tags like "Confirm/Wife" to collect all the items that my wife will need to confirm, change, validate. Same with the kids.
  • Watchtower - This was one of the initial starting places for me. Using the dashboard, it shows various categories for weak, reused, LP imported, at risk PWs. I've zeroed out the LP imported which was just a subset of PWs it felt were at risk due to the August LP data breach. Now working through other categories.
  • Reused Passwords / Weak Passwords - Fortunately for us, we only reused passwords for what I'm classifying as the "DefCon/4" and "DefCon/5" categories, and even those reuses were limited. Still with 1200 PWs, there is a lot to go through :).
  • Historically, I was the main contributor to the 1200 and long long ago I settled on using unique phrases for these DefCon 4's and 5's, so again, there is risk there but something I think that is manageable.
  • Updating existing PWs using 1P - The success rate of 1P successfully updating an existing entry with a new PW is not as high as I'd like (50-60%'ish?), but this isn't a simple thing to do with the variety of security implementations, and hopefully I'll do a lot of it upfront and then only have to do it sparingly for the DefCon 1's and 2's, maybe 3's.
  • Generating new PWs in 1P - Have had a number of struggles with 1P generating a "secure" PW that winds up not being accepted by the site. Supposedly it knows what the site accepts, but when the site accepts only some special characters or something like that, 1P tends to fail, which creates some cascading update issues as you try to make sure you get a valid PW and it gets back into the 1P entry. I've had a few situations where the new PW was in the entry but I had to go back and enter the previous PW at the site because of an initial new PW failure. Thankfully I was able to recover the "original" PW using the password history.
  • Variety of "New PW" schemes - Really nice that 1P has a variety of new PW schemes from "Smart" to "Memorable" which strings together 3+ words to create a phrase. Really like that for these DefCon 4s and 5's that I might have to give to a family member in the heat of battle while trying to order pizza online.
  • "2FA" Tag - 1P will show a purple? message at the top of entries that could use 2FA but it doesn't think they do. If you add a "2FA" tag that message will go away, and it gives you a good way to find those sites that you've configured with 2FA. I'd like to be able to differentiate the types of 2FA, since I prefer something with an authenticator app over SMS messages. something like "2FA-SMS" or something like that.
  • Setting up 1P on other devices - When I went to get 1P up and running on my laptop, it asked for the secret key which is like 40 characters long! Ugh. But here again, not too much of an issue thanks to "show in large type" which brings up a very clear, large rendition of the secret key (or passwords) on my phone showing position numbers of each character and alternating shades/colors. Made it a breeze. I'm still learning all the ins and outs of 1P, so there might have been a better way, but this was fine since it was a one off.
  • Emergency Kit - This is another nice feature for some peace of mind about continuing to be able to access the account. I downloaded this, updated with my master password and printed and stored in a safe place.
  • Finding items WITHOUT a particular tag - with my DefCon tagging I really need / want to find items that DON'T have any DefCon tags. I haven't found out how to do that in the normal search bar or if it is possible, so my hack is to do a CSV export (which includes tags) and then bring it into Excel and create a filter for "does not contain DefCon" on that column. Works well enough.
That about does it for now. I've been on the 1P train for just about 3 - 4 days and overall I find it much much nicer / easier than LP. Really happy with the switch and think the WAF will go up as well.
By no means do I have the corner on all of this, so any suggestions are welcome. ON a final note, I've had a couple of interactions with 1P support for the import as well as getting reimbursement for unused time on our LP family account and they've all be very responsive, and very helpful.
Why didn't I do this sooner. :)
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