2021.10.25 14:49 woopie_doopie rating how sad the character deaths made me feel :( (spoilers for all the game)
2021.10.25 14:49 LucaDarioBuetzberger Only the best for my good boy! ▼・ᴥ・▼
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2021.10.25 14:49 s618o Splinterlands Governance, Splintershards ($SPS) Token Distribution and the Chaos Legion
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2021.10.25 14:49 darkstar839 This is the reason ! We must WIN ! Not for ourselves only but also for our comrades !
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2021.10.25 14:49 wharfrats420 I knew Bill Walton as a deadhead but never knew Larry bird was one too.
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2021.10.25 14:49 ShinraX8 Finally figured out how to do qcf qcb consistently on PS4 dpad.
Was labbing Millia Rage's new special cancels from Mizrah that requires quick succession of qcfqcf or qcbqcb or even worse qcfqcb.
The key is not to focus on pressing the buttons but focus on slightly gliding as short distance as possible on the empty space between down and left right, just consciously applying force and glide on the empty space, your finger will automatically trigger consistent qcf, which often I glide too quick, too long distance and at the wrong place and it becomes a qf instead of qcf.
Hope this helps someone learning any fighters that requires qcf motion input.
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2021.10.25 14:49 Additional_Comfort84 🔥🔥🔥🔥
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2021.10.25 14:49 suiciniv22 Best Dragon Engine Looking Game
2021.10.25 14:49 Familiar_Outcome_688 What happened to the new distribution deal?
Guys remember when Ed Nordholm mentioned that he was working on a new distribution deal? There were a lot of gossips that if it was Paramount+ or ESPN but it never happenee does anyone know what happened?
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2021.10.25 14:49 Sieben-Kaiser Edvard Grieg: The Pearl #shorts
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2021.10.25 14:49 Pricefield- blursed_pinhead
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2021.10.25 14:49 old_J_Roger От Маркеса до наших дней: восемь отличных романов из Латинской Америки. "...Здесь и магический реализм, и семейные тайны, и скелеты в шкафу, и много чего еще. Будет страшно, весело, жутко и увлекательно, а вот скучно — точно не будет." [Литература]
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2021.10.25 14:49 greencuteogre Hi, can someone take a look at my essay and comment on it?
Kool Aid and its Impression on Society
Every US citizen can recognise the familiar cartoon character on each packet of the popular powdered drink mix known as Kool-Aid. Kool-Aid is an American brand currently owned by Kraft Heiz but was invented by Edwin Perkins in Hastings, Nebraska in 1927. As a young boy, Edwin worked in his family’s rural store in Hendley and was particularly enthusiastic about Jell-O, a new powdered mix and was intrigued by the idea of selling his products door to door, so he set up a mail order business called the Perkins Products Company. In 1920 Perkins moved from Hendley to Hastings, a more convenient distribution point for his growing business and eventually was manufacturing over one hundred items, including Fruit Smack, a fruity glass bottled drink in six flavors. The glass bottles took up a lot of space, were too easily shattered, and frequently spilled (“Kool-Aid”). Reminiscing of Jello-O, Perkins knew that making a powdered, flavorful power was possible so in 1927, he had achieved doing so and the famous kool-aid was formed (Bedell). Edwin turned his dream into reality and positively impacted society by transforming a fruity bottled juice into the go-to juice of US families, a pop-culture icon, and a trademark of his home state.
During the Great Depression, Perkins made a risky move which would prove to be tactical, resulting in Kool-Aid becoming a household name over the years and something that Americans could associate with fun, family and summer. An article from 1956 described it to be "a daring gamble that made the company" (Advertising Age). During the Great Depression, when the economy was poor and there was a large-scale recession, Perkin’s saw a business opportunity and dropped each pack’s price from 10 cents to just 5 cents. During these hard times, Kool-Aid was still a luxury for families to enjoy. This promoted Kool-Aid to become a household name. The fruity flavors soon became associated with summer. An advertisement from 1956 stated “A pitcher full of Kool-Aid on an ice box shelf… keeps a family happy for each can help himself.” (Kool-Aid). This perfectly described how Kool-Aid was perceived as the perfect treat on a hot day for families to enjoy. Soon, the company would further appeal to children by creating a cartoon mascot (“An American Classic: The Fascinating History of Kool-Aid”).
The famous rambunctious and joyful anthropomorphized pitcher would eventually appear in 1975 and would be adored by children all over the United States as a pop-culture icon. The signature entrance of breaking through walls would contribute to his lively personality and earned him a place in pop-culture history. In the 1980s, the Kool-Aid man was everywhere. For example, his popularity was enough to have a brief marvel comic series called The Adventures of Kool-Aid Man. The character also starred in two video games for the Atari 2600 and Intellivision systems (“Kool-Aid Man”). Kool-Aid has its place in the United States’ national consciousness and this pride is more visible in the state where Edwin grew up.
Hastings, Nebraska, the state where Perkins started his company, Hendley, Nebraska, where he grew up, and the entire state as a whole all celebrate to honor the invention of Kool-Aid. Each year, Hastings celebrates a three day festival dedicated to Kool-Aid and Perkins’ family. Events include a bicycle race, a frisbee golf competition, live music, fireworks, Kool-Aid drinking games, cardboard boat races, and finally, Miss Kool-Aid Days Pageant. The town of Hendley also celebrates the invention and feels that it was a great contribution for accommodating young Edwin. The entire state where these two towns are situated put Kool-Aid as "the official state soft drink" in 1998 (Bedell). The invention of Kool-Aid made such an impact on US society that these areas feel honored to have contributed and are enthusiastic to celebrate. The invention of Kool-Aid will always bring US citizens positivity and has made its impression on society that way.
Kool-Aid, like many other popular inventions, has impacted society positively by bringing felicity to several families, even through the dark times such as the Great Depression. It has brought joy to children all over the United States as a pop-culture icon, forming a special place in the national consciousness and bringing pride to the towns associated with the invention, as well as the entire state of Nebraska. The Kool-Aid pitcher will forever be remembered as a cheerful, familiar, timeless character on packets of the fruity powdered mix, suitable for all ages to enjoy.
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2021.10.25 14:49 TheBigPhilbowski Hertz makes a four trillion dollar order to Tesla. Giving trillions to labor-exploiting space billionaires is "YEET"!
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2021.10.25 14:49 missC08 Her?
2021.10.25 14:49 fatima_toota07 😀
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2021.10.25 14:49 Canineteeth 10 inch upgrade, progress post/rant
Loving being back to working on the scooter now that 10inch tires finally arrived from AliExpress (Wandas). I'd removed the back tire earlier, slipped the 10 inch wheel on a spare I had from my last attempt at replacing a tire (8 1/2 wheels, never again). So much easier! Still a little struggle but so much easier.
The front wheel though: Miserable experience thus far. I had trouble removing the cable side front nut (bought a real 18mm wrench, stepping on it removed it with no problem). I then stripped a bolt on the other cover. Didn't have any other tools, honestly kinda angry at the scoot at this point so I ordered a new pair of covers and broke the old one (Still haven't removed the stuck bolt).
Removing the tire off the front after that took me a solid hour or so, creating a mess of slime and not slime (I popped the tube on a crack in a bikepath). Tried cutting the tire, didn't have a sharp enough knife. Managed to remove it eventualy, took a lot of effort, would've probably been easier with better tire irons. Lesson learned! Cut the tube off, still needed pliers and a lot of force to get the valve out of the front hole. Legitimately do not understand how the factory managed to get that valve in the first place.
Will post a follow up, I've got the 10inch spacers for the kickstand and rear mudguard but still need to get a flat screw for the front mudguard.
Pictures for the sadists. https://imgur.com/a/YSZNiyT.
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2021.10.25 14:49 FerroGrim Halloween Reading!
With Halloween just around the corner we thought it might be appropriate to do some spooky or horror readings. This week, we'll be discussing two (very short) short stories; The Cats of Ulthar by H.P. Lovecraft (found here) and Harry by Rosemary Timperley (found here).
You can join the meeting using this link at 10PM on Thursday (October 28).
Also, everyone is encouraged this week to share any spooky stories, urban legends or scary events that they know of!
See ya all!
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2021.10.25 14:49 Skinny_Thor Artificial Muscles Robotic Arm
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2021.10.25 14:49 Shewcrafter Are old trials bikes still viable for the modern state of the sport?
A few months ago, I bought a 1986 Honda TLR200 Reflex. I'm currently in the process of restoring it; just finished rebuilding the carb with new jets and floats, and I've started on the engine; new cam chain/tensioner, replacing all gaskets, etc. I'll likely do a bit of welding to lowewiden the foot pegs as well.
I have experience on dirt bikes, but I'm new to trials. I remember wanting to get into it when I was a kid, and that wish has been revived. I've done some unspeakable things with my Vstrom 1000, but there's something in me that I just can't satisfy. I love the tight, technical trails and going places that no bike has been before.
I prefer to ride out in nature, but I'd also like to meet with other trials riders and practice on organized courses to get feedback and learn proper technique (I live in Arizona).
So anyway, back to my original question: is the Reflex worth starting out on, or should I restore it, sell it, and get something newer? I love the retro aesthetic and the fact that it's 4-stroke and street legal, but I realize that it's heavier and lower-performance than a modern bike. Not expecting to do anything crazy on it, but if it's good enough to learn the basics, that's good enough for me. Just don't want to start out with any bad habits that'll hurt me when I get a newer bike.
Sorry for the novel lol, and thanks in advance!
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2021.10.25 14:49 Kletkah b32561973
2021.10.25 14:49 nekrodomus Oppo A56 5G con un SoC Dimensity 700 y gran batería
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2021.10.25 14:49 Mysterious_Dentist00 What are your thoughts on Block Plan? How does it work?
I wanted to learn more about it and how it works. How do you guys select the blocks? How do you design it? I'd love to hear from you all.
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2021.10.25 14:49 RLCD-Bot [Tyranno GXT] [Tyranno: Crazed Firefly] [Incantor] [ARA-51]
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2021.10.25 14:49 NotKerisVeturia Speaker for the Dead Reread Ch. 10-12
Just a short one today. There’s not a lot I can say about this part without going “OMG, religion”, and I don’t particularly want to do that on this sub, considering what we all know about Card.
First of all, the quote “Here is the world of the Church, everything in its place and no weeds allowed.” Ender could be talking about Milagre and Lusitania as a whole, not just the monastery. In the town of Milagre, there is a lot of emphasis on conformity. Everyone has to be a good Catholic, which includes being guarded around the Speaker. Everyone has to participate in the community, but only the way they want. Some plants are considered weeds because you did not intend for them to grow in your garden, and therefore they are unwelcome. However, dandelions are pretty and delicious if you let them take root. Novinha’s family is non-conformist, and Ender is unexpected, but the Ribeira family houses three scientists (at the time of Speaker for the Dead), a priest in the making, and a cybernetic-enhanced boy with more gifts than he’s credited with. Ender is a deliverer of truth and peace. On the planet of Lusitania, the virus has pruned away everything but the plants and animals that are useful and fit into the ecosystem. Is this a planet with no weeds, or one entirely made of dandelions.
Ender’s “forced solitude” after turning off his jewel and then being rejected by Jane actually gives us a prime example of the difference between solitude and loneliness. Ender reflects that in the past, he valued having time alone with his thoughts. Now that both Valentine and Jane are gone, it feels too empty for him. Solitude is a welcome state and a choice, but loneliness is forced.
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