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2021.10.18 22:26 Quiet-Perception3026 The american exeggutor regional form
2021.10.18 22:26 Vegetable-Village-34 Giratina on me! 1466 7778 1193
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2021.10.18 22:26 CountingMoons Happy MC Monday!
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2021.10.18 22:26 typicalaussie23 Old video that popped up on my recommended (EW)
2021.10.18 22:26 coolio9876 Is aoe2.net down ?
Was wondering if https://aoe2.net/ is down for anyone else ? Anyone have any idea what's going on with it?
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2021.10.18 22:26 Ok_Cantaloupe_1465 Plan to move out from toxic household
UPDATE i got the job today after the interview and i start on wednesday, From here i’ll try save a bit before moving out though i’m also looking at applying for grants etc
i’m a 19 year old guy in scotland trying to move out from a toxic household though each time i try too, i’m constantly made to feel bad for ‘leaving my mum’ bc she suffers from cancer. my parents have my savings and keep hold of them and never give me them when i ask or when i’m in desperate need of them. I’m always told ‘i’m not responsible enough to hold my savings’ even though it’s money that i’ve saved up over the past years. i’ve threatened them both saying i’d seek legal advice if they don’t give me my savings that i saved and that i was entitled too though their response is ‘there’s no proof this money belongs to you so if you do seek legal help there’s nothing they can do’ then laugh in my face. On top of that i work part time in the family business where they pay me £40 per shift for a 7 hour shift (roughly £5.71 per hour) not even minimum wage. though i don’t get that either. they claim to ‘put it towards my savings’ though i’m realistically never getting them. i’ve tried to leave the job before though when i did my mum got her two brothers to ‘have a word with me’ and instead they made me feel bad and manipulated me for thinking about leaving the workplace.
and also they don’t let me out the house after 9pm, if i try to they’ll start arguing with me and then throw tantrums and call me a shit son and say how i shouldn’t be going out. i’m running out of ideas on what to do with this situation and i’m needing help because i need out this toxic environment before i end up doing something silly though i cannot move out until i have all my savings.
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2021.10.18 22:26 GodLevelShinobi stepped on a nail last night. I believe it was dirty.
I had my last shot 7 years ago. I cleaned wound well. It barely went into my skin. I've heard stories about getting shots before 10 years and bad reactions. I feel very anxious because I feel like I'm I'm a damned if I do damned if I don't scenario. Vaccines give me anxiety and the possibility of adverse reactions. So does contracting tetanus. Should I go to doctor? What will they do for me?
All help is appreciated.
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2021.10.18 22:26 brothermanrighteous I’m not even in Australia
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2021.10.18 22:26 2confrontornot Just got in trouble at work for using the bathroom.
I feel so disgusted and angry and humiliated. I feel like I’m treated like a criminal because of a natural bodily function.
I do have IBS from having my gallbladder removed. Every time I eat anything my stool is always diarrhea. It’s rare that I have a solid BM. I know this is disgusting to have to explain but I feel like a child right now. Or a dog having its face stuck in shit. I can’t help when I have to go it just happens. I have been close to shitting myself at work and I sometimes feel like just letting happen so people will realize im not fucking around in the bathroom.
Maybe I should take pictures for them every time I go. Maybe a video so they realize that… yes, I am shitting for the full 10-15 minutes that I’m in there.
Am I insane? They want me to plan when to shit. They actually expect me to be able to plan to shit the last 10 minutes of my lunch break.
It’s humiliating and degrading.
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2021.10.18 22:26 Kirilizator Почина жената с КОВИД-19, върнати от шест болници
Кратки новини за Ковид-19: Почина 77-годишната жена, заразена с COVID-19, на която 6 лечебни заведения в София отказаха прием. Внучката й Ива разказа, че до петък, баба й била добре. Но започнала да се влошава, затова потърсили Спешна помощ. Възрастната жена била ваксинирана. За това разказва Нова.
Здравното министерство обаче съобщава за съществуваща комуникация между екипите на Спешна помощ и болниците относно свободните места в отделенията. Към момента свободни легла за Ковид-19 има. За това също съобщава Нова. Защо въпросната линейка е скитала въпреки това из столицата, а не предала пациентката на болница с капацитет за прием, остава неизяснено.
Същевременно зад океана почина бившият държавен секретар на Съединените щати Колин Пауъл от COVID-19. Роденият в Ню Йорк Пауъл, който бе на 84 години, е и бивш ръководител на началник-щабовете на САЩ. Той е бил напълно ваксиниран. За това разказват Дневник и Уошингтън Пост.
В медиите обаче продължават да напомнят, че пробивните случаи с Ковид-19 са изключително редки.
След като изчерпа арсенала от мерки като задължителна ваксинация, зелен сертификат, маски и карантини, Гърция приема нови правила, в отчаян опит да контролира епидемичния процес - носенето на двойна предпазна маска може да бъде задължително в някои райони на Гърция, съобщава гръцката телевизия "Скай", цитирана от Дир бг. Гърция е балканският шампион по ваксинации с цели 58,8% ваксинирани в страната.
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2021.10.18 22:26 FromMartian Match the following: Nehru, Gandhi, Veer Savarkar to their jail cells
2021.10.18 22:26 typicalBACON I'm a student, and I'm struggling financially to stay here in the UK need urgent help.
So I have pretty much no savings other than this few bits of cash from a Bitcoin investment (I put 250€ and have 2000€ now, I already took 300€ out though so I have 1.7k€ left)
I moved here to study but I didn't get any chance of going last year and I'm hoping to start this January. I got a job offer at CeX which I'm really excited about but it pays £8.96/hour maximum and it's 35 hours/week but they're okay with me going to uni and switching to part-time so it's a great opportunity.
If I was alone I'd go for a rented room in the city center, close to uni and the job, £450-£600/month en-suite with all bills included and I wouldn't need to use public transportation only on rare occasions.
But my gf doesn't want to live in a place like that because there would be other people and with the virus she's even more concerned. She's considering going back to our country and I'd have to go with her as she's been crying about us being apart. But she also would like to stay cause she's getting better healthcare here as she has an eye infection which she had for many years and she has a perforation in her eye now, but it's almost fixed in just a couple months that we lived here.
We weren't able to find a job, and especially her because of her problem but if she manages to find a job we'd only save £200 every month which she complains about because we have barely any furniture, and we would need a car if we were to live here where we are still far from city center.
I'd love to build a side business and maybe some passive income to help us get some extra but I really don't know where to start or what to look for. I only have a couple months until January, and still have to fix my situation in uni. With no money to invest, what can I do?
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2021.10.18 22:26 devTripp EDIT to Tunro
2021.10.18 22:26 Bubbler-saurus Found toothy
2021.10.18 22:26 Yinzer-tits40 Inspection question
I understand that we are required to show proof of insurance during the auto inspection. Like most companies I don’t get paper cards anymore they are purely electronic. Can I show them an electronic version of my insurance card on my phone or do I need to print it out?
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2021.10.18 22:26 sasdie Growing on a dog rose, southern Germany. Looks like moss, but is firmly attached to the branches. Not all roses at that place have it.
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2021.10.18 22:26 Anonymouse-21 Only Murders in the Building
Os anyone else enjoying this show on Hulu? I really like Steve Martin and I am enjoying the murder mystery with all its twi and turns.
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2021.10.18 22:26 The_Negotiator1012 What is your favorite David Bowie song?
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2021.10.18 22:26 Pepsi4755 Who do you think would win Akuma vs Yujiro. Akuma with no transform to oni or anything just regular Akuma. Because he would be too OP at that point on, it would be like puting Yujiro vs Full on monster Garou
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2021.10.18 22:26 TheRightStuph Anyone selling a G70 19 inch OEM Sport rim?
The front left rim I have is damaged and I need a new. I have the sport G70 so it has the black alloy 19 inch rim. Would really appreciate it.
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2021.10.18 22:26 sunny_autumn_morning Book Review - Survival of the Prettiest by Nancy Etcoff
I don't remember how I first heard of this book, but it had been sitting on my to-read list for a while. I had a minor emotional crisis when I found my first white hair about a year ago and came across a quote from this book about beauty, age, and fertility. That sealed the deal and I ordered it right away.
I enjoyed reading this and found it extremely engaging. It's incredibly well researched and pulls together pop culture, social sciences, philosophy, and literature seamlessly. There's about 50 pages of references to various studies in case any of the content sounds dubious, you can go to the study to dig into it yourself. I found it to be very informationally dense, with not a lot of fluff, but that didn't make it difficult to read. It's coming from a purely secular viewpoint, although there are some religious references, and I've noted below a few places that I see overlap or conflict with Biblical truth.
Some Christians get all up in arms about any reference to evolution, and if that's you, skip this book. There is a good bit of evolutionary biology used to try to explain the measurable, observable facts, which you could probably guess from the title. Personally, I'm comfortable reading something that says "A million years ago, humans had to do xyz, and evolved to accommodate that, which is why we still have such-and-such trait inherent in our biology" and translating it as "A long time ago, xyz was an important part of human life, and we were created to be able to do that" or even "this might be why a human quality was important in the past, even though it doesn't directly provide benefits to the way the world is structured today." Chapter 1: The Nature of Beauty
- People find it hard to define beauty, but experiencing pleasure is always part of it.
- We all have a concept of perfect beauty that we measure everyone against, even though we've never actually seen what we would consider perfect.
Interesting quotes in this chapter about the conflicts of beauty in early Christianity. "Beauty was feared as a sensual temptation and a worldly vanity. But it was also revered as an image of God's grace. According to Genesis, man is made in the image of God, therefore his appearance is divine, and the more beautiful, the more Godlike."
"In Durers four books of human proportion, released after his death in 1528, he speaks of the physical perfection of Apollo, Adam before the Fall, and Christ. Their perfect beauty is a sign of their divinity, while our imperfect beauty is a sign of our fall from grace." (Side note here: Isaiah 53:1 says we didn't actually see perfect beauty in the human Christ. "He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to him, nothing in his appearance that we should desire him.")
While I imagine this could vary by denomination or specific faith community, I think many of us still struggle with this conflict. Our body is a temple and we should care for it, but women shouldn't concern themselves with outward appearance, but being attractive for your husband/to attract a future husband is important, but make sure you do it modestly because you wouldn't want anyone to actually find you attractive. (Ok, maybe this is more an issue in purity/modesty culture, but I'm certain that hasn't totally died out.)
"Attitudes toward beauty are entwined with our deepest conflicts surrounding flesh and spirit. We view the body as a temple, a prison, a dwelling for the immortal soul, a tormentor, a garden of earthly delights, a biological envelope, a machine, a home. We cannot talk about our response to our body's beauty without understanding all that we project onto our flesh.
" - This stood out to me as an insightful note about how we understand and relate to our beauty specifically as Christian women. I need to seek to understand not just what I believe about my body, but what God says about it. Unless we rightly (by Biblical standards) understand our physical bodies, we likely won't fully understand how to think about our body's beauty. Chapter 2: Beauty as Bait
Chapter 3: Pretty Pleases
- We like to think our concept of beauty is learned, but it appears to be innate, with very young babies showing a preference for faces adults have rated as more attractive
- Babies' cuteness is a survival technique: Mothers spend more time connecting emotionally with attractive babies, and fathers are more involved with babies they perceive to have a resemblance to themselves
- Less attractive children, or those who look older than their actual age are more likely to suffer abuse
- Looks are a reliable indicator of goodness in food or hospitable landscapes, but less so for people, even though we're all inclined to attribute moral goodness to beautiful people
- We are more likely to give help to beautiful people, and less likely to ask them to help us
- Both men and women benefit from being attractive, but women seem to reap more benefits than men
Chapter 4: Cover Me
- Beauty is linked to reproductive potential
- "the prevalence of parasitic diseases and not exposure to supermodels was the key factor in determining how much a culture valued physical beauty in a mate" Beauty is most prized in cultures where beauty is most reliably correlated to health
- Men value beauty in their partners more than women do, and both genders find it more important in casual, short term relationships than in long term commitments.
- When men rate the physical attractiveness of women, they usually come to a very quick decision, and don't change it after looking longer or comparing notes with other men. Women take longer to rate men, are more likely to lower their rating after looking for a longer time, and are swayed by the opinions of other women.
- Casting decisions in Hollywood frequently pair much older men with young women, while in real life, it's rare for an age gap to be greater than 8 years and that is most often seen in subsequent marriages after the 1st. Also interesting is that in subsequent marriages, successful men are more likely to pursue a similarly successful partner than they are for their first marriage where looks are weighted more heavily. (Hmm...maybe mission is more important than appearance?)
- Attractive men are more likely to be successful in their careers, but are also judged more harshly if they are not successful
- Attractive women are more likely to be hired into entry level or administrative type positions, but are less likely to be promoted or hired into managerial positions. Average looking, but not homely, women typically fare better.
- Beauty does not seem to lead to an overall increase in happiness, except in the specific area of romance. That's the only area where more attractive people are measurably happier
- Beautiful people are generally assumed to have more good qualities, except they are assumed to be more capable of deception.
- [A beautiful woman] "may be favored in a million small ways but if what's important to her is to be seen as a good mother, to succeed in a high-level profession, and to be honored for her kindness and integrity, beauty may either be irrelevant or it may even interfere with her chances to be seen as she is, and wants to be."
Chapter 5: Feature Presentation
- Smooth, blemish free skin (or at least the appearance of it) is the most sought-after trait both now and throughout history, with a healthy head of hair in second place
- Tanning and smoking are the most destructive habits to skin and hair, however those consequences don't tend to appear until a person enters their 40s
- Long hair (defined as past the shoulders) is an indicator not just of current health (like skin) but also of the past several years. Poor diet, drug use, and disease makes it improbable to be able to grow long hair and it looks less appealing even if it is long.
Chapter 6: Size Matters
- Many have tried and failed to define mathematical proportions of the ideal face
- Some features are generally more masculine or feminine. Beautiful feminine faces usually have large eyes, high cheekbones, plump lips, and smaller lower faces, including small jaws and chins. Beautiful masculine faces are usually larger, with smaller eyes and more angles, including a protruding brow ridge, wider jaw, and protruding nose.
- Features that are considered most feminine have the same proportions as children. Neither men nor women are considered beautiful if they have proportions more like a baby.
- Men can use facial hair the same way women use makeup, to conceal and enhance by changing the appearance of proportions, especially the chin and jaw.
- People find composites or combinations of multiple faces almost universally more beautiful than any individual face. It's possible that what we find attractive is an average of the features we see the most often.
Chapter 7: Fashion Runaway
- Tall (6 ft or taller) men are more preferred by women, more likely to be successful (CEOs are overwhelmingly tall, and most US presidential elections could have been successfully predicted just by which candidate was taller), and make higher salaries. (There has been no difference observed in relation to women's height)
- Heterosexual men are less dissatisfied with their bodies than other groups, but generally desire to have larger muscles, especially in his upper body
- Women seem to be most attracted to men who are symmetrical in size, left and right wrists are same circumference, ears are the same height, feet are the same size, etc., with one of the surprising pieces of evidence being an increase in the number of orgasms with symmetrical partners.
- The fat deposits in breasts may be an indicator that a woman has enough stored fat to sustain a pregnancy, even through a time when food is scarce
- Waist to hip ratios of healthy women are typically between .67 and .8. Young women are more likely to gain weight in their hips and thighs before their waist, further enhancing the ratio
- Heavy women are often judged to be 8-10 years older than slimmer ones, even with identical faces
- In developed nations, there's a strong inverse correlation between weight and economic status of women - the more money a woman has access to, the more likely she is to be thin
Of all the chapters, this is the most telling that the book was published in 1999! The ideal body shape of the 90s supermodels and the clothing that were in style are quite different than what we're seeing today.
Chapter 8: Conclusion
- Fashion trends help identify what we find beautiful through what parts of the body are hidden vs highlighted
- Fashion is often an attempt to signal a particular social status. Sumptuary laws (unsuccessfully) attempted to curtail poorer people's ability to imitate upper classes. It's also why fashion moves at such a fast pace today; only those with the time and money to devote can truly stay "in style" all the time
- Modern fashion seems to be moving in a direction to highlight the body, not the clothes, leading those with means to invest in plastic surgery, liposuction, personal trainers in order to ensure their bodies are designed in the right way to wear the most stylish clothes
- There is a set of physical signals that women use to indicate interest that are better predictors than physical beauty of who will be approached by a man. (research by psychologist Monica Moore)
- If we hear voices without seeing a person's face, we will assume an attractive voice belongs to a more attractive face. Attractive voices make a person appear more attractive and unattractive voices detract from our perception of a person's physical beauty.
- Pheromones and scents in general are less studied, but seem to have a bigger impact on how women perceive men than vice versa.
- After recognizing the assumptions we make about people's character based on their appearance, we can be careful to dissect which ones may be true and which are not
Like I said at the beginning, I loved reading this book. And in the 9ish months since I finished it, I still see connections everywhere and think about many of these ideas regularly. (How attractive are the men and women you know who are successful at work? Are you more likely to help people you consider more attractive than you and how does that affect your marriage if you view part of your role as a wife as a helper? What moral value do you assume based on a person's looks? What behaviors help people overcome the looks-based assumptions others make about them? How much of what you consider beautiful is really an indicator of wealth?)
While this was my favorite book I've read all year, and probably even in many years, in no way would I consider this a fundamental book that everyone needs to read. I think it's immensely helpful though to step back and consider the overall concept of beauty and it's importance to help put your own efforts in perspective, to determine which might be the most productive in reaching your goals, and how it all fits into the priorities in your life.
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2021.10.18 22:26 spiritelk25 Radio Broadcast from Sunday?
Does anyone have the radio broadcast with Brad and Babe recorded from yesterday? TuneIn stopped providing game replays because of some technical issue. I’ve looked everywhere but can’t seem to find even a trace.
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2021.10.18 22:26 WillXProject [Help] I’m using uYou and the speed should be way higher than that according to speedtest (8mb/s OR 60mbps)
2021.10.18 22:26 jobsthrow56 What’s up with the slow drivers lately?
Lately I’ve had not one, but two absurdly slow drivers (driving in the right lane, going under the speed limit) and it drives me crazy especially bc I end up needing to pee, badly, and barely make it home. I don’t say anything to the drivers but I swear it seems they’re doing it on purpose. I’ve never noticed or had this with Lyft drivers before. Are there new regulations or what?
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2021.10.18 22:26 remhedrich Lap puppies
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