Charlottesville’s Statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee will be melted down

2021.12.07 12:51 unacceptableloss Charlottesville’s Statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee will be melted down

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2021.12.07 12:51 TobiHovey Bitcoin, Ethereum Mount Recovery as Crypto Markets Rebound

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2021.12.07 12:51 0rganicpickle I am looking for any tips on my build
(I bought the GPU a few years ago)
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2021.12.07 12:51 G_Pino It's big brain time

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2021.12.07 12:51 Remote-Sheepherder-3 Tumblr

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2021.12.07 12:51 Imalmostoutofcookies Financial fundamentals for new adults

I've recently realized I've going to have a surplus of money in 2022 and won't have to worry about things like rent and food. I've done nothing related to finance other than like having a bank account (and acquiring student loans.) I want to use this opportunity to establish a good personal financial system. What are somethings I can/should do? Where do I start?
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2021.12.07 12:51 Zyrtex974 πš‰πšˆπšπ™»πš‡πšπ™³ - π™³π™Έπš‚π™²π™Ύ πšπ™°π™³π™Έπ™Ύ (π™Ώπš›πš˜πš. π™±πš’πšπ™±πšŠπšπ™±πšŽπšŠπšπšœ)

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2021.12.07 12:51 Jorge_Morrison88 Adorno Is Not Impressed - Philosophy

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2021.12.07 12:51 tobyjames31 GIFTS AND RAIDS LETS GO

inviting to raids all night , send gifts too please , trainer code : 0956 5419 4686
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2021.12.07 12:51 jnazario Critical Hit: How DoppelPaymer Hunts and Kills Windows Processes

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2021.12.07 12:51 vincefearsallelite The ultimate humiliation

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2021.12.07 12:51 van2z Did the insurance sales person mislead me about renters insurance?

I was interested in umbrella insurance because of the idea that it could protect me for malicious prosecution, or like if my kid gets into a fight, to cover lawsuits. Regardless of where this happens.
I called up an insurance and talked with the sales person. She told me that I don't need umbrella insurance to cover these situations. She said that renters insurance would be sufficient.
She noted that personal liability renters insurance covers my whole family against malicious lawsuits, (or the kid fight example), regardless if they happen on my property or not. She said it can be in a school, on the streets, whatever, doesn't matter.
I have been checking online, and nowhere do I see that personal liability insurance will cover me outside of my property.
Am I missing something? Did the insurance sales agent mislead me?
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2021.12.07 12:51 newguybj100 Girls are ignoring me I'm 25 and single.

I have this problem, maybe I can get some advice. When I start chatting with girls online, at first everything seems fine. But after some time they begin to ignore me, won't respond to my messages and sometimes they even block me. We just chat about basic topics, nothing special, sometimes I ask for some questions or give some compliments. No matter how it's going on, sooner or later they start to ignore me, stop responding to me... as I said we chat about basic stuff, I ask some questions to them and that's it. Nothing sexual or offensive or anything... This happens every time. I don't know what to do. I don't know what I did wrong. Maybe I can get some advice? Thanks. I'm desperate...
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2021.12.07 12:51 Kriss1369 I’m not able to belt and I think I might have damaged vocal cords

When I try to belt all that comes out is a very distorted sound and there’s this sudden harsh irritation in my throat that makes me cough. I’m able to belt out notes above C5 but I can’t belt out notes E4 to B4 and I don’t know why. Could it be I have some form of vocal damage? What could be the problem? Any help would be really appreciated.
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2021.12.07 12:51 Sanity_Madness Travis - Avalanche

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2021.12.07 12:51 Mazuna I can’t get over his eyelashes.

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2021.12.07 12:51 neilbaldwn Need Help With My Project

Need Help With My Project There's a fair chance that I'm approaching this wrong as I'm in the midst of an oddyssey of self-learning web backend, JS, Flask and a bunch of other stuff.
Without going into too much detail I'm trying to write a Flask app (with HTML + JS) for my father-in-law so that he can monitor his internet speed. One aspect of it is that it uses a database (actually just a JSON file) of speed test results (using the Python lib speedtest-cli) to plot a ChartJS chart of historical download/upload speeds. The idea then being that a scheduled task will run on the Flask server (by appending new results to the JSON file) and thus update the database so that any time you open the app in a browser you'll see the last 24 hours of speedtest data at a glance.
I've actually got this working fine on my local development machine but I'm trying to deploy it on Apache on a Raspberry Pi (this is only an internal network project). I've almost got it working on the Raspberry Pi but I've come across a few frustrations that I can't seem to get my head around:
1) Where is the best place to serve this project on the Pi? Originally I had it in the Apache root (/vawww/html) and it was working OK but the main problem here was updating the server remotely from my development machine. I was trying to use scp or rsync to update the server (with user 'pi') and was suffering some file permission errors that I couldn't see how to resolve. I got it working, of sorts, but each time I uploaded modified files from my local dev machine to the server, the ownership/group would get modified (presumably because I'm using the 'pi' user to scp/rsync the changed) so I'd have to chown and chmod the Flask server files each time. It's clearly the wrong way to do things but I'm struggling to figure out the correct/better way.
2) Frustrated by (1) I then moved the whole thing to the home folder of the 'pi' user and reconfigured the virtual host to point at '/home/pi/www' instead. Again, I managed to get it working to some extent but the file/foldepermission stuff seem to be all over the place. This is mainly to do with writing to the databse (JSON). If I set permissions to 777 for the entire project then it would work but didn't feel like the right solution.
3) I'm using APScheduler to fire an event that updates the test database. This works on my local development server but not on the Pi. I had it working with non-blocking scheduler events but they would repeatedly trigger (the events were set to fire every 15 mins but they would fire repeatedly around the 15 minute point and the debug info on the local machine showed that). I read that the correct was was to use blocking scheduler events but I can only get these to work on the local development server, they don't fire on the Pi Apache server.
Here's a screenshot of the project tree so you can get some idea of the structure. VirtualHost loads the .WSGI file which runs the .PY file. This fetches index.html from the templates folder which in turn loads the .css file and the app.js file. Python file handles the backend and updating of the JSON file, JS file handles the front end (interraction and GraphJS plotting).
Any advice or points would be very much appreciated.
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2021.12.07 12:51 Party-Competition-1 Harvard 2022-23 LLM Applicants

Hey everyone, I opened this thread for all Harvard LLM applicants for the academic year 2022/ 2023. I submitted my application, however the Status appears to be awaiting for my Transcript records and my TOEFL Score Reports, even though I sent them. Any other Harvard applicants here?
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2021.12.07 12:51 SwapSpace_co New listing πŸš€ Please welcome UFO on πŸ™Œ

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2021.12.07 12:51 Soggy-Speech2735 WTS: Srixon 565 irons 5 thru PW
Srixon 565 Forged Irons 5i thru PW KBS Tour 120 steel stiff flex shaft Lamkin Crossline standard grips $425 includes PayPal and shipping. No trades
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2021.12.07 12:51 phedre_kmf Knocked this little wooden Nutcracker puzzle out last night. Normally only do 1000 piece puzzles, but this was a gift last year from my mom. It was fun and festive!

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2021.12.07 12:51 JeffMakesGames Order collection levels explained.

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2021.12.07 12:51 TheGamingHero Help with both of my brothers

Hello, last year for Christmas I had some banging ideas for my brothers. Unfortunately, this year I'm struggling to find something good for both of them and was looking for any suggestions.
The first one is in his late twenties, he's into - Football, specifically the Steelers - Games, anything Playstation related - Tech - He doesn't go out much so does not have many hobbies.
The other one is in his young twenties, and is into - Photography (it's his life passion.) - Camping, hiking, traveling - Home decoration - Recently, really into Legos
Both of them have really goofy personalites, so also any just fun gifts would also be appreciated. Thanks for any help!
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2021.12.07 12:51 asadfaizi Kubernetes 1.22 and The Direction of Future Releases

Kubernetes 1.22 and The Direction of Future Releases
Kubernetes had its latest major release, 1.22, on September 9th, 2021, with subsequent patch releases 1.22.1 and 1.22.2. In 2021, Kubernetes changed its release cycle from four releases to three for the first time, and the 1.22 release is the second major release of Kubernetes this year. This release contains 53 enhancements with 13 stable enhancements, 24 in beta, and 16 entering alpha with three deprecated features.
Most notable features in the 1.22 release
  • Server-Side Apply (SIG: api-machinery)
Finally, the the server-side apply feature became a stable feature, allowing users and controllers to efficiently manage resources using declarative configurations. Clients can create and modify their objects by sending fully specified intent. Changes to fields of an Object are tracked through a field management mechanism without relying on the last-applied annotation, and any change in these fields leading to apply or update operations. This is poised to become a replacement for kubectl apply as well as a simpler method for controllers to manage changes.
  • External Credential Providers (SIG: auth)
The client credential plugins have been in beta since the 1.11 release, and now they are stable and ready for general availability. Users can confidently use external credential providers in K8s production environments with improved support for interactive login flows and bug fixes.
  • seccomp by Default (SIG: node / sig-security)
Previously, the Kubernetes method for specifying seccomp profiles for workloads was disabled by default. Yet, seccomp is now enabled by default in the alpha version of the new release, enabling users to enforce seccomp at the cluster level. This feature provides an additional layer of security to prevent CVE or 0-days vulnerabilities.
  • API Server Tracking (SIG: instrumentation)
This feature has been requested since 2018 and is now available in Kubernetes with this release as an alpha feature. It will extend the Kubernetes API server to allow tracing requests, increasing the observability of incoming and outgoing requests. This is achieved by using the OpenTelementry libraries as they support exports in OpenTelementry format.
  • PodSecurity Admission Control (SIG: auth)
The Pod Security Policy was deprecated as of Kubernetes 1.21 due to numerous issues relating to the policy authorization model, rollout challenges, and inconsistent API. However, PodSecurity Admission is now available in alpha as the new mechanism to limit privilege escalation out of the box. It acts as a built-in method to limit pod permissions. This admission controller will enforce the Pod Security Standards with enforcement controlled at the namespace level through labels. These policies can be applied in 3 modes as enforcing, audit, and warning with a single namespace supporting multiple modes.
  • Memory Manager (SIG: node)
Memory Manager is the new subcomponent in the kubelet echo system that can be used to enable single-NUMA and multi-NUMA guaranteed memory allocation. This feature was developed to offer guaranteed memory and hugepages allocation over a minimum number of NUMA nodes for containers in a Pod.It will help better optimize containers for high-performance and performance-sensitive workloads.
  • Changes to kubeadm Config File Format (SIG: cluster-lifecycle)
The kubeadm config file has evolved to the v1beta3 version, introducing some welcome changes to this configuration file format. This third beta iteration makes the config file format more CRD and third-party friendly, enabling users to integrate external tools with k8s easily. These changes include adding metadata fields for InitConfiguration, JoinConfiguration, and ClusterConfiguration and marking omit empty fields as +optional. Additionally, it also brings the ability to use the skip phases field in InitConfiguration and JoinConfigurations to skip installing bundled features.
  • Windows Privileged Containers (SIG: windows)
Privileged containers can directly access the host, similar to a process that is directly running on the host machine. Until now, this feature was only supported on Linux containers, while Windows-based containers required workarounds. However, the new release provides privileged container support for Windows as an alpha feature, including support for Windows Server 2019 LTSC and all future Windows server versions. This feature allows windows based containers to directly access the host resources, including network access of the host. This access enables using privileged demon sets to configure the container storage interfaces, log demons, and even perform administrative tasks on host machines like installing updates from Windows-based containers.
The Direction of Future Kubernetes Releases There are many new enhancements in this new release, and Kubernetes provides a handy google sheet. to track all those enhancements. However, if we dive a bit deeper into this release, it is more focused on quality of life improvements than introducing revolutionary new features. Most alpha and beta features are aimed at improving the user experience of Kubernetes administrators and developers. Overall, this release is focused on extending the existing Kubernetes feature set to support different use cases and requirements with a particular focus on increasing security in all aspects in K8s.
If we look at the next Kubernetes release, which is 1.23, we can see the same trend continuing. Most features in the 1.23 enhancement tracking sheet are also targeted at quality of life improvements. Enhancements like volume health monitoring, kubectl events, kubectl debug, In-place Pod updates are prime examples of QOL improvements in release 1.23. Kubernetes has evolved to the point that it offers a solid foundational feature set to manage any containerized environment. Now it is slowly refining all these features and introducing new community requested features to expand the functionality of Kubernetes further while providing a better user experience.
Conclusion Kubernetes is rapidly evolving, the future is distributed, yet these rapid changes might affect the stability of your production environments. Therefore, you and your team need to spend considerable time diving into the release notes to understand and decipher all the changes and their effects on your environments.
Fortunately, CloudPlex is here to support your team and help them ride out the storm. CloudPlex will make transitions smoother while allowing you to take advantage of all the new features and enhancements that come with a new release. At the same time, it will ensure that these new features won’t negatively impact your production environments.
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2021.12.07 12:51 WagerTalk UEFA Champions League Match Day 6 Preview | Liverpool vs Milan | Bayern vs Barcelona | Stoppage Time

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