2021.12.08 03:44 LVDAM First post on here, testing out the waters, thoughts? (I have no idea what I’m doing lmao)
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2021.12.08 03:44 Constant_Emphasis_22 On guard
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2021.12.08 03:44 MrMrPls She likes watching National Geographic
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2021.12.08 03:44 Embarrassed_Fun525 The Solaverse giveaway
The SolaVerse is a metaverse based in the stars. If you’ve heard of Axie Infinity, Sandbox, Decentraland - you’ll want to join! By holding a SOLA-STAR you’re going to earn token rewards from everything that happens within The SolaVerse.
Minting is open and they’re running some competitions and giveaways currently worth $1000 in ETH.
Would love to see you in there 🛸 @everyone
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2021.12.08 03:44 gsntaro im new to acnl and i could use some friends to play with together!
here's my code,
hope i'll get some new friends :D
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2021.12.08 03:44 ariearieariearie Felix (10m samoyed) and Olaf (4y, mix) enjoying the light Dutch snow.
2021.12.08 03:44 Solfiera Update : professional orientation
Four months ago, I came to you asking about professional orientation for gifted people, as I wanted to be able to help my gifted boyfriend. I didn't know anything about giftedness and you all gave me so much to read about.
So this isn't much of an update, no life-changing decisions (yet). After taking about a month to read a lot about giftedness, and professional orientation dedicated to them (there is actually not much to read about that, but I found a business that specializes in hiring gifted people - I'm not American), I decided to talk to my boyfriend about changing career. But he thought that it was just kind of a tantrum, and that he was actually fine. I know better than to contradict him about his emotions so I decided to wait for the next time he told me he hated his job and felt like life lacked meaning.
Well, before he went to work this morning, he told me exactly that. So it was finally the right time to tell him about how his giftedness can have an impact on his career decision. He was detected very early on and never takes into account his giftedness for anything, which I think might not be the right thing to do. Of course, it doesn't define his personality, but it's something that must be taken into account if you go to therapy etc so it has a bigger importance than what he gives it (none).
Finding the right time to tell him this took months, as he really sweeps it under the rug, so as I told you before, not much of an update but huge steps! I feel like the idea will grow from now on.
I also wanted to thank you all for all your answers, advice on readings and how welcoming you have been. I still see your posts and often read them, while not contributing as I am not gifted myself (though reading a lot about giftedness, I think I might be), and I see that you are always ready to answer people without judgement and in a very positive way. Thank you for that!
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2021.12.08 03:44 Solid_Mauro Thoughts on the new Wattson heirloom?
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2021.12.08 03:44 Agima [100% OFF] Amazon Sagemaker Ultimate Course (29 days or 13 registrations left)
2021.12.08 03:43 linearloophq MobX vs Redux: Comparison - Which performs better?
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2021.12.08 03:43 pattyeagan This psychotic shit
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2021.12.08 03:43 dumdaramastmast What was the most groundbreaking thing that helped you to learn python (Fast or slow doesn't matter)?
What do you think was that 1 thing that helped a lot while learning python. Was it making projects? If yes, how did you decide what types of projects you could do at your current level?
Was it some books? Automate the boring stuff? How is the udemy course for the same book? Is it as great as book?
How much practice did you did? And from where did you practice? Like what you exactly practice? Leetcode? Or what??
I am personally confused in for loops(nested for loops) to be precise. Got any tips for me?
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2021.12.08 03:43 Lalimker w5500
2021.12.08 03:43 professor20yrold Hold on black
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2021.12.08 03:43 Comrade_Yodama Average redditor and twitterer don’t realize two holidays doesn’t mean they should get a month off from work
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2021.12.08 03:43 CryBoi1738 Basically Pearl Harbor | Easy Lambda
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2021.12.08 03:43 Ehvuhlinn ELI5 why people see a "running figure" in their peripheral vision late at night
2021.12.08 03:43 kgkgqwe jd
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2021.12.08 03:43 gellerross086 NIT Tiruchirappalli Electronics and Communication Engineering Department (ECED) Junior Research Fellowship 2021 [Win upto INR 35,000 per month 16% HRA]
2021.12.08 03:43 BigGirthyBob Advice wanted re first loop/s
I'm about to run my first couple of loops, and I'm just after some general advice about loop order and a couple of other things (I'm doing the wife's system as well as mine, is the reason for multiple loops).
Cases are Thermaltake Core P8s, which have a lot of theoretical radiator configs/compatibilities, but are actually quite limited in terms of what configs you can run together as rads start conflicting with each other quite easily.
After trying and failing to source Thermaltake parts (and kinda deciding not to based on the reviews anyway), I've gone for the Bykski option for both systems.
This includes the Bykski version of the Thermaltake Core P5 distro plate with built-in pump (preferred this to the L shaped version as it doesn't limit you to a 360 rad on the rear intake), 2 x 480mm rads (which I plan on using), 1 x 420mm rad (don't plan on using due to compatibility issues), a 120mm rad (don't plan on using for this build, but I have it anyway), and a 120mm distro plate for the top rear exhaust port. Block wise, I have a GPU block with a second active backplate block, a CPU block and a RAM block (might not use this, but it was cheap af in the sale, so we'll see how much it complicates things I guess).
The distro plate contains the pump, so that's the start of my loop order obviously. From there, it clearly goes GPU block into GPU backplate block, but from there I'm not sure if I should go straight into the CPU block, or into the second distro, top 480 rad, and then into the CPU block (in my head this would mean the CPU is getting a cooler water feed, but I'm not sure how much difference this would make in practice), which then goes into the RAM block, back into the main distro, then into the rear mounted 480mm rad, before finally going back into the main distro plate.
A: does this all sound okay/logical/reasonable? (or can someone recommend a bettemore effective way to do it?)
B: I would very much like to keep my GPU vertically mounted from an aesthetic POV, but I'm worried that this both makes the loop more difficult to run (partly because of the active backplate and proposed not going straight to the CPU from there), and also presents a significant obstacle if I ever need to get to one of the lower M.2 slots, or remove the CMOS battery for some reason (I do have a dual BIOS mobo with clear CMOS functionality, but Gigabyte's last BIOS update essentially bricked my mobo/rendered clear CMOS useless, and the only way I could fix it was with a manual pulling of the CMOS battery). Any clever solutions to this, or is this just a risk I run? (I know about quick disconnects, but the general verdict seems to be that they are a significant point of failure, and also lower flow rate a decent bit).
C: Has anyone that's built in one of these got any tips to share/can spot any flaws/conflicts in my plan, as I'm aware the top rad and the rear rad aren't going to have much clearance between them once the fans are taken into account for instance (all my rads are standard 30mm thickness for this reason). I know some of the bonkers builds in these things have 3d printed brackets to allow the top and bottom of the case the same spacing as the front/allows you so you can properly fit rads+fans/even push pull without leaving the glass panels off etc., but honestly, this is all far too hardcore/much work for me lol).
Sorry for the long post, and thanks.
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2021.12.08 03:43 GaymanKnight My little yorkie a year ago on our trip. She was frightened by all the noises and buried herself.
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2021.12.08 03:43 thepres1s_stuff Always frustrates me while hunting for campsite visitors. And no, I don't Nook mile ticket hunt, because I think that is a waste of Nook miles.
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2021.12.08 03:43 DecisionPrior United Nations Home Security
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2021.12.08 03:43 Brasdeoliva Smoking Downstairs Neighbor
I’ve gone through previous posts on similar subjects but looking for more information on my specific situation. I moved into a non-smoking building in May 2021. Almost immediately we were smelling cigarette smoke drifting into our windows, air ducts & floorboards (it’s an old building). I’ve spoken to my building manager and landlord and they confirmed our downstairs neighbors have “no-smoking” language in their lease. The building supposedly sent an addendum in August to the neighbors in question just to confirm everything was up-to-date. They also put up a couple no-smoking printouts in the hall which have since been removed (not sure who actually took them down). I was told to text each time we smell smoke by a building manager that helps out our actual building manager. We’ve done this for six months. We can also see it drift from their window. I even have a text of our building manager admitting that he smelled it in the hall. Our manager and landlord eventually stopped responding. Per the other building manager’s suggestion, I ended up screenshotting the texts, all the way back from June, including the ones that my landlord ignored, and sent it to them again via email. I did this to track all of our texts and show lack of response. I also mentioned how we aren’t the only tenant to file a complaint about it, and how were subjected daily while working from home. My landlord responded for the first time in a couple of months explaining that it takes a while and she’s trying to retain a lawyer. She said the same thing months ago (August 15th specifically). I don’t know how long that actually takes, so maybe I’m being unfair.
My main questions are: Has anyone gone through this in SF? If so, how long did it take to come to a resolution/eviction? Is it normal to wait this long for assistance? Is there someone else I can contact for help?
I feel like I’m just being dragged along and told what I want to hear. It’s all unfortunate as I love my apartment, it’s affordable, and I would like to stay if the smoke stops.
Anyway, thanks in advance for any advice you can give!
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2021.12.08 03:43 G3OBAZZ1 [Help][Xbone][DS3] Old Demon King