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2021.12.07 12:51 ForeignMRE How to pour concrete road - Pour Concrete
2021.12.07 12:51 doomer_honka Eu não consigo aproveitar nada
Nessas últimas semanas, meu irmão voltou pra casa e uns amigos dele de longe vieram passar o fim do ano aqui. Eles estão curtindo tudo aqui, vão para as festas, ficam muito loucos, levam as mina pra casa. Eu fui com eles numa festa no último sábado e me arrependi, ninguém falava comigo lá, exceto meu irmão tentando me alegrar, parecia fazer isso por pena. Eu me senti um idiota lá, tentando ser o que não sou. Eu queria ter aproveitado a noite como eles, mas simplesmente não consigo, eu saí da festa bem cedo, o segurança perguntou se eu tava desconfortável, ai fiquei la fora sozinho por duas horas até um deles sair la fora e me dar uma carona pra casa, eu sinto um mix de emoções nesses dias, raiva, tristeza, incapacidade, porque eu simplesmente não consigo me encaixar em nada, minha vida só se baseia em trabalhar e ficar em casa.
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2021.12.07 12:51 manda729 Season 22
2021.12.07 12:51 lvl3SewerRat WTS Ohm for hammerdin gear
Looking to trade an Ohm for any combo of hammerdin gear adding up the value of an Ohm (shako, vipermagi/skulders, hoz, arach mesh). The only gear I dont need are boots
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2021.12.07 12:51 Need_helpv Is Zaryas healing definitely a glitch or? (Experimental/making sure)
2021.12.07 12:51 Thai628 DRS is the only way “we” can get MO🍑
Believe it or not, they’re gonna let the price run up a bit then attack it like always on earnings report release. All of this is psychological to them.
Some of us get excited for Green Day’s, others excited for red days. The only way we’re gonna launch this rocket, is by filling up ComputerShare with all the fuel needed to stop the fuckery from continuing.
DRS IS THE WAY!
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2021.12.07 12:51 afreakinthekingdom Question about Nye
2021.12.07 12:51 SpicyPipe0 Morning wood
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2021.12.07 12:51 Padawk Electricity Cost Inflation Rates?
I live in a 1 bedroom apartment by myself in West Lafayette and am very conservative on electricity usage. Last month, I turned on my heating for 2 days during a weekend when my girlfriend was staying here, otherwise I kept it off (my apartment is generally well insulated between two other floors). I’ve noticed that my energy bills are through the roof. Last year I averaged about $40 in summer, $50 in winter, but this year my average was $50 in summer and my recent bill last month was $53 when I didn’t even turn on my heating.
I have Duke Energy, and they give some statistics. Apparently my average use is around 7-8 kWh per day, and the weekend I turned on the heat it was 13 kWh/day….I can’t even imagine what my bill would be if I was heating my apartment.
So my question. Are energy costs going through the roof? How have your energy costs changed in Indiana? I can’t find any data online about it, at least the rates of inflation Im experiencing. I can’t tell if it’s my apartment complex and the way the meters work or inflation.
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2021.12.07 12:51 theanswertotheproces What is the most versatile legendary card?
Title. Curious what ya'll think. For me, it has to be the EWiz. Survives fireballs, has an aoe stun ability for entering the arean, and has an attack that hits air and ground, while also stunning/resetting opponents cards
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2021.12.07 12:51 drewskimull His and hers oddly placed chairs
2021.12.07 12:51 snkde iRobot Roomba i7 Vacuum Cleaning Robot (Refurbished) $224 + free shipping [Use code 'SAVEONFAVES' at checkout]
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2021.12.07 12:51 PapaSwoli Mega Stahlos on me Add 9076 1522 7118
2021.12.07 12:51 slothyCheetah My carnivorous planted tank is now festive.
2021.12.07 12:51 averagecrusader1 I was doing some trolling on discord and I didn't know the guy was sensitive help
I feel like shit now
Why do i fuck up so often
He's like sensitive with anxiety and he took it to heart now I've fucked up and none likes me again this is why I have no friends
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2021.12.07 12:51 farimuses Need to know the name of a drumming pattern
How do we call it when a drummer beats harder everytime to increase tension when being at the end of a prechorus to jump into the chorus with a cymbal? (beat - harder beat - much harder beat - .... - then a cymbal on the 8th..)
(I'm sorry I have just started learning about music so I hope I am using the right terms.)
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2021.12.07 12:51 balotelli96 TEFL in colombia
Hi folks, i am currently considering teaching English in South America and I think Colombia is appealing to me the most. I just have a few questions for anybody who may have experience teaching there.
I'm from Ireland and have a bachelor's degree but am not yet TEFL qualified nor have any teaching experience. Not sure if it's relevant but I have some volunteering experience teaching English to adults here in Ireland, but only for an hour a week for about 3 months, as well as experience teaching swimming to kids.
I am looking to do a TEFL course and from what I've read, it seems a 120 hour online course is enough to get a job.is this correct? Would i have enough here to get a job? Would I need a better course or get some experience before I go? I am not looking to make money and have saved up quite a bit so literally just looking for a job that pays for my food and accommodation.
I've also read that it's best to go there first then look for a job and that schools start in Jan/Feb. Would Feb/march be a good time to go or would all teachers be in place by the time the term starts?
Finally I wanted to ask about a work visa. I've seen some people saying you need a job to get a work visa and others saying you need a work visa to get a job so not sure which is true. Is this something I need to have sorted before I go or can I worry about it once I get there?
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2021.12.07 12:51 Ornery-Combination97 Scammers need to be bonked
2021.12.07 12:51 StillaCentristin2021 Man arrested, charged in harassment case against Kim Potter judge
Protester Arrested for Harassing Judge in Potter Case
A man was arrested for allegedly harassing the judge overseeing the trial of Kim Potter, the former Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, officer who shot Daunte Wright during a traffic stop in April.
A group protested Judge Regina Chu last month for her decision to ban cameras inside the courtroom during the trial and rallied outside an apartment building in Minneapolis, where they believed the judge lived, according to court documents.
Cortez Rice, 32, was among the protesters and went inside the building while others remained outside, investigators said. Rice allegedly made his way to the 12th floor, live streaming his actions on YouTube, according to the complaint.
More at the link at the top of this post.....
Tribalism does indeed suck and can get one arrested....it is noted this clown acted alone, maybe trying to appease his tribe....but then again, maybe not.....
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2021.12.07 12:51 minimotres h: 1500 gears w: 1500 springs
2021.12.07 12:51 ResolutionFit4749 Is Volkov viable?
2021.12.07 12:51 BlueSparksFly Do allistic people have their own “nails on a chalkboard” sensory issues?
I can’t stand cotton, toilet paper, or nails on a chalkboard. Do allistic people respond to stuff in that way, or are they fine with annoying cringy noises?
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2021.12.07 12:51 thinkingstranger December 6, 2021
On June 3, 2021, President Biden vowed to combat international corruption in order to protect democracy. [C]orruption threatens United States national security, economic equity, global antipoverty and development efforts, and democracy itself,” he said. “[B]y effectively preventing and countering corruption and demonstrating the advantages of transparent and accountable governance, we can secure a critical advantage for the United States and other democracies.”
Today, two days before the Biden administration will host the Summit for Democracy, a gathering of 110 countries to consider ways to strengthen democracy, it released a comprehensive strategy for countering corruption. In a Washington Post op-ed, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Samantha Power, the administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), focused on money laundering and tax evasion as the key tools of financial corruption that are eroding democracy.
The new strategy pulls together the Departments of State, Treasury, and Commerce, along with the USAID, to expose global financial shenanigans, hold corrupt actors to account, and protect journalists who dig into stories of corruption, the stories that often bring down corrupt autocrats (as Alexei Navalny did to undermine Vladimir Putin in Russia before Putin had him thrown into prison).
That latter point is significant, since tomorrow Biden will have a phone call with Putin about Russia’s troop buildup on its border with Ukraine. The release of this document before the call reinforces the message Biden is expected to deliver: if Russia invades Ukraine again, it will pay an enormous financial price through sanctions and exclusion from international financial markets.
In the Washington Post, Jennifer Rubin points out that combating the rise of authoritarianism overseas is all well and good, but the administration ought to start at home. “[T]he Republican Party in the United States is conducting itself precisely as illiberal movements in other countries,” she writes, “seeking to corrupt our election system, limit access to the ballot, discredit the sanctity of elections and wink at violence. Unless defenders of democracy recognize and identify the party as the most serious threat to American democracy, we will be in a poor position to halt the advance of illiberalism.”
Indeed, in an interview on the Fox News Channel last night, former president Trump appeared to say that he fired FBI Director James Comey in May 2017 to prevent his own removal from office. This sure sounds like the crime of obstruction of justice.
More currently, Trump’s venture into a media company is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The announcement that Trump Media and Technology group would merge with Digital World, a special purpose acquisition company (known as a SPAC), sent shares of Digital World up by as much as 1,657%, according to CNN Business (that number is not a typo). Little is known about Trump’s venture, and so far it hasn’t produced anything; it missed the November date by which it claimed it would release a preliminary product.
Representative Devin Nunes (R-CA) announced today he is retiring from Congress at the end of December to run Trump’s new media company. Nunes has been a staunch Trump loyalist. In California’s redistricting after the recent census meant it would lose a congressional seat, Nunes’s district was reshaped, making winning reelection look like an uphill battle. Announcing the deal, Trump called Nunes “a fighter and a leader…[who] understands that we must stop the liberal media and Big Tech from destroying the freedoms that make America great.” But that Nunes is going to work for Trump’s apparently dormant company suggests he does not have a lot of options.
This morning, Politico revealed the contents of a 36-page memo written by Colonel Earl Matthews of the D.C. National Guard to the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol. In the memo, Matthews called two Army generals “absolute and unmitigated liars” for their account of what happened on January 6. He says that General Charles Flynn, who served as deputy chief of staff for operations on January 6 and who is the brother of Michael Flynn, and Lt. Gen. Walter Piatt, the director of Army staff, would not authorize the deployment of the D.C. National Guard despite the pleas of then–Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund. In testimony before Congress, both men denied they had stood in the way of the deployment; Matthews says their very careful testimony was “willful deception of Congress.”
But not everyone is ignoring behavior that may be criminal. The January 6 committee has been gathering testimony, and we learned today that Marc Short, who was chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, is cooperating. Short has worked for Pence for years and objected fiercely to the Eastman memo demanding that Pence overturn the election. Short was with Pence on the day of January 6. According to CNN reporters Jamie Gangel, Michael Warren, and Ryan Nobles, several members of Pence’s inner circle in addition to Short are cooperating with the committee.
Also today, the Department of Justice sued the state of Texas for violating the Voting Rights Act, saying its aggressively gerrymandered new districts discriminate against minority voters. Ninety-five percent of Texas’s population growth in the past decade has come from Black, Latino, and Asian people, but the new maps dilute their voting power and strengthen that of white voters. Voting rights expert Ari Berman explains that the new maps mean that whites make up 40% of the population but control 60% of the districts, Latinos make up 39% of the population but control 20% of the districts, Blacks make up 12% of the population but control 2% of the districts, and Asians make up 5% of the population but control 0% of the districts.
📷Ari Berman @AriBermanBreaking: Justice Department files suit challenging extreme gerrymandered Texas redistricting maps
December 6th 2021
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2021.12.07 12:51 truckingham How much wiggle room do we actually have with speed in the highway?
Every time my trainer sees me going barely over the speed limit (for example 56 or 57 in a 55) he yells “watch your speed! [my company] frowns upon speeding tickets!”
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2021.12.07 12:51 REWintersbitch I told someone things, now I'm alone and scared