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2012.04.27 02:28 EnoughLibertarianSpam: Aleppo Information Station

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2023.03.28 13:13 Thick_Experience69 About

hello, i'm 37 wm 5ft 9in and 180 lbs with a 7.5in cut cock. i'm a laid back responsible adult and have a lot of real life experiences from serving in the military. i am drug and disease free. i socially drink and i'm clean cut. i shower regularly, take care of myself and trim regularly as well. i love playing with couples and am a great pleaser with stamina. Ive been meeting couples for about 5 years. i am excellent at oral and nothing get me more excited than pleasing a sexy couple until they cum! i've played with couples before and always have had a blast. i will follow your rules. i can travel or host near doral area. let me know if you are interested and want to meet up!
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2023.03.28 13:13 Decersss [EU] UK Silver 2 LFP for MM


I used to play CS:GO a lot from 2014-2016 where I got up to rank Supreme (Never hit GE :( ), with the recent hype I have decided to play the game again. Hopefully to grind back up to somewhere near where I used to be. I have played a few games and I'm still trying to get used to the game again. I'm not interested in toxicity and I won't get angry if you make mistakes, we all have rough games especially me.

I'm just looking for people around the same rank to play MM with, I will mainly be on in the evenings around 8pm. Everyone has bad and good games, so please no toxicity in MM. If you are interested please add me on steam Decerss. I'm 28 years old, so ideally people somewhere around this age.
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2023.03.28 13:12 WorriedAstronomer Car wrap

Need to get my Honda City dashboard wrapped in carbon fiber
Guys please tell me the best person to do this near Johar town, Gulberg etc
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2023.03.28 13:12 iAmNotFeelingSoWell My cat has been choking on her food for the past 7-8 months and idk what to do

She is 12 years old and already lost 0.8kg since this started happening. Basically it doesn’t matter what she’s eating, dry, wet, liquid food, she always chokes during almost every bite. She even vomits sometimes and during really bad times she chokes for like a whole straight minute, desperately shaking her head trying to unchoke herself and grasping for air and it breaks my heart seeing her suffer like this. There are also days when she doesn’t choke almost at all, but most of the days she does and sometimes just gives up eating because she’s unable to swallow anything. I brought her to a vet and they told me they couldn’t find anything wrong with her so I really don’t know what to do. I can’t see her suffer like this anymore
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2023.03.28 13:12 Ready-Security744 Discharge and gas pain sucks..

Can we talk about discharge for a second? Like the regular old creamy/milky type? And how freaking terrifying it is when you’re pregnant after a miscarriage?? I understand that it’s normal and it’s a sign that the pregnancy hormones are doing their job, but wow I never thought a little moisture down south could make me so dang anxious. I literally had to pull over this morning because I panicked that I was bleeding, but nope just discharge (thank goodness!). Gas pain also sucks and is equally terrifying. Currently 5+4 and the bloating and gas pains are REAL, especially in the evening. Again, I know it’s just hormones (and maybe the spicy food I’ve been craving lol) but any little twinge makes my heart sink. We still have such a long road ahead and I just want this baby to make it into our arms..
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2023.03.28 13:12 pm12a Can't seem to lose fat in my face

Hi everyone, I would like to hear someone's opinion and/or personal experience regarding losing volume in your face. I'm 32, 6'3 (163 cm), currently 73 kg, on my way back to my more usual 65 kg. I am not a newbie at losing weight but time and time again I manage to look slimmer everywhere but my face at every age, every weight is always very round and puffy. I don't drink alcohol excessively, don't overdo it with junk food (and currently try not to eat it at all), but the face is still not what I want to see in the mirror. I have an older sister who looks pretty close to how I look, so I know for sure that it is possible to see my features without all that fat. Granted, she's around 55 kg, but even on my high-school photos where I weigh the same, my face is just bigger and more bloated - the cheeks are consuming the eyes.
I might sound silly, but I've been self-conscious about this fore more than a decade now and it's hard for me to accept myself with that face.
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2023.03.28 13:12 ganerfromspace2020 Here's my Wishlist for Aircraft for this year

Disclaimer: This is just a wish list not a leak list.
Some aircraft should be added later than others like F18A might be able to fit the game meta near the end of the year. I'm also assuming were going to get FOX 3 missiles like AMRAAM this year. What planes would you like to see in war thunder?
Also this is just my opinion so don't stab me for it.

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2023.03.28 13:11 SnooPets6234 Comparing the 2023 MXLR to the 2022 MYP, and why I'm going to sell my X

I purchased a new 2023 MXLR about a month ago after driving a MYP for a little over a year and really enjoying it. I wanted to share my thoughts now after having some time with both cars incase anyone else is trying to decide if the switch is right for them.
Things I really was excited about with the X: 1) The automatic door features. Both the falcon door functionality and the automatic driver side door opening/closing hands-free. 2) Comfortably seating 6 adults 3) Smoother suspension 4) Quieter Cabin 5) Extra screen in front of the wheel/yoke 6) Cooled seats 7) I like the look of the X better than the Y both for interioexterior
I'll go through each item and share how it stacked up with my expectations, and then I'll mention a few other things I didn't know about/think about prior to purchase.
1) The automatic door features. I was probably unreasonably excited for this one and I don't know why. But it is also one of my biggest gripes with the X.
When you're in a garage or inside, the falcon doors automatically open halfway. So if a passenger or the driver presses the open button, they will open enough for my kids to get out and have to duck, or for adults to have to awkwardly kind of shimmy out. The only way to get them to open all the way is for a passenger to press the button again to open the doors, which will make them finish opening all the way.
The drivepassenger door also frequently just cracks open for me and won't actually swing open to let me get in hands free. Instead, the door will crack and I have to kind of force it open manually, which ends up being less nice than just opening a normal door that doesn't fight you. Because if you haven't messed with the doors on an X, the drivepassenger door have a kind of resistance to being closed/opened manually. But if it just cracks open and you press the button on the door, it'll close first and make you have to press the button again to open it. About 50% of the time I walk up to the car in a parking lot, sometimes even when nobody is parked near me, the door just cracks open as well and won't swing open for me to get in.
I was also really excited about the falcon doors in general, and I think they do deliver on some of what I was excited about, but also come with some downsides as well. The biggest is probably just for me. I find myself feeling embarrassed getting in/out of the car when I have to open the falcon doors for my kids or passengers. I figured I'd get used to it, and maybe spending longer with the car would help, but so far I haven't. It just draws a lot of attention and that doesn't really fit my personality.
It's also a little awkward trying to make sure nobody is lingering near the car before closing the doors. They do sense with cameras, but if someone is standing in certain blind spots, the doors will only close if they make contact and feel resistance of hitting someone. It's not going to send anyone to the hospital, but getting whacked in the head or shoulder by the door just adds to my feeling of everything being a little awkward.
Overall, the door thing has stood out as probably my biggest disappointment with the car. With all that being said, if the car was 70k or 80k, I don't think I would let the issue convince me to sell it. But it's the premium price tag combined with this and a few other nagging issues that are pushing me to my decision. 2) Comfortably seating 6 adults. This one is a big win. The car feels very very spacious, especially considering when you look at it from the outside, it doesn't look bigger than a model Y. The feeling in the driver seat is even nicer with the way the window extends out of your view and doesn't have the cross bar that the Y and 3 have before the sunroof. It's just big, spacious, and feels very luxurious inside. My FIL who is 6'3 climbed in the back yesterday and was comfortable sitting for a relatively long car ride. Though I'll say if you have the 7 seat configuration, there would be some leg room problems. With the 6 seat/captain chair setup, people can stick one leg down the middle aisle, which significantly adds to the feeling of having enough space back there. Headroom was no problem for him, either.
It was a little hard for older people with some mobility issues to get into the very back seats, but that's likely going to be true of any 6 seater car and I don't consider it a knock on the X. 3) Smoother suspension. Another big win. The X feels significantly smoother than my Y. In combination with the reduced cabin noise, you really feel like you're in a luxury car with the way this one drives. 4) Quieter Cabin. The cabin is noticeably quieter than my Y. Of course, if you've driven in a Y, you know that's not exactly saying much, haha. But I'd mostly been driving my Y for a while now so the difference was really pleasant once I started using the X. It's very quiet and the sound system is great. 5) Extra screen in front of the wheel/yoke. I think this one is 50/50 for me. I thought it would feel like a huge quality of life improvement to have my speed right in front of me like in a normal car. I also was looking forward to the extra functionality of having more main screen space since some info could be on the mini screen.
I've become more used to splitting my attention between both, but I think I still prefer having one screen for everything like in the Y. Both screens just make things a little redundant in some cases, like how there's a mini navigation preview on the yoke screen as well as a bigger version on the main screen. I also don't know that I prefer the 3d visualization being so small on the yoke screen instead of the main screen, because I like to glance at it after checking my mirrors/cameras when switching lanes. Being smaller on the yoke screen, I feel like it's just a touch harder to interpret at a glance the way I prefer, and I've found myself only using mirrors and then the camera when changing lanes. 6) Cooled seats. These work fantastically. You can feel them kick in a second or two after activating the feature and they really move a lot of cool air through the perforated seats. 7) I like the look of the X better than the Y both for interioexterior. I still like how the X looks, haha. The interior is really nice and feels a bit more upscaled than the Y. The only minor gripe I have with the interior of the X is that the center console part I usually rest my right elbow on is a little less plush and soft than the one in my Y. Also with how much wider the X is, it's more of a chicken wing kind of pose to rest my elbows on things because the door and center console are farther away. That wasn't a big deal to me, though.
Things I didn't think about: The seats feel more comfortable to me in the X. I didn't expect to really have much of a preference, but the seats in my Y are slightly more stiff. The material seems like it will be easier to clean in my X, too, but I could be wrong. My Y's seats already have a little light wrinkling in the leather after a little over a year, even being a garage car. I don't picture the perforated leather wrinkling as easily.
The yoke steering was a tiny adjustment, but not too bad. It took me maybe two drives to not think about it. It also seems better at recognizing my hand is on the wheel, so auto driving doesn't chirp and remind me to put pressure on the wheel as much as the Y.
The rear screen is cool for my kids, but I was too scared to let my dogs in the car because it's right near the top of the center console they would use to climb from the back to the front. I can't imagine having dogs in the car for very long before that would wind up getting scratched. But that may just be my dogs who are always traveling back and forth when they're in the car.
The automatic driver door tries to open for me any time I walk in the garage. Going to put out the trash cans? My X door pops open and music starts blaring (if I was on the phone with my wife and turned up the volume when I parked, it keeps that volume and uses it for spotify). I do back in right in front of our garage door, so if you don't park directly in front of where you go in and out of the garage, this one probably wouldn't annoy you.
It's a little harder to drive and park. This one is probably obvious to most people, but I just didn't think about it before buying. The X is noticeably longer and wider than the Y. It's less forgiving when parking if you get too close to one side of the lines because you will eat up much more of the parking space. It's also longer and wider, so you'll feel the difference driving around. To me, it makes my Y feel more nimble and easy to drive in some ways or less stressful to drive. It actually feels a bit like a van, in terms of the size and shape of the X. Like a really, really expensive van lol.
Last gripe is a long story that I don't want to go into all the details of, but basically I had some (to me) severe panel gap and alignment issues at pickup. I was told to put in a ticket and they'd fix it at my local SC. My local SC essentially said the acceptable tolerances on an X are greater than what most people would like because the falcon doors are so complex and didn't fix any of the issues I was told they'd fix. I've also had three errors pop up that needed service already in a month. I had a camera go out on the right, a tire pressure monitoring fault, and some captain chair seats no longer adjusting like they should from the buttons. Those issues were another relatively big part of my decision to sell, because they undermined my sense of the quality of the car and the value.
Final thoughts and why I'm selling it
Ultimately, I wasn't buying this car with pure "screw it" money. 120k is a lot of money to me, but affordable if it is something I really want and think I'll enjoy every day. So the biggest consideration for me is that it's right at that level of cost where I've found myself constantly asking if it's worth it. If I had more money on hand and didn't feel remotely taxed by the decision financially, I'm sure I'd stick with the car and ignore my complaints.
But because I'm at the point where I want to feel like I fully got 120k worth of car and features for my money, I've ended up feeling like I didn't. It's a really awesome, cool car. But is it a 120k car? Not for me. I think if this car was something like 70-85k, I would feel like I got my money's worth.
I think my advice to someone trying to make the same decision as me would be to decide if the amount of money it costs is comfortable for you. If you feel like the cost is no problem, then I think you'll be happy with the car. If you're hoping it's going to be so amazing that it justifies the expense, but you sort of *need* it to feel justified, then I would maybe consider just sticking with a model y or a model 3.
Bonus note: if you are going to pick up an X from the dealer and see any panel gap/alignment issues you aren't happy with before taking delivery, make them fix it before you pay. If that's not feasible, get someone to provide a written document stating they'll fix it somehow. I was told by two different people they'd fix everything I took pictures of at pick up and that didn't seem to matter for anything when I showed up at my SC. Just something to keep in mind.
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2023.03.28 13:10 accruedasset 28 [R4F/M] LF: Discord Server Members

Hi! We have a newly-created server mainly for sponty ganaps, chika, and co-working.
About the server:
For now, we’re opening the server to 30 [hopefully] active members and we’ll prioritize those that will meet the following requirements:
Would like to emphasize that this is a newly-created server so it’s pretty empty. We’ll also do open cam interviews. But if you’re not comfy, voice interview is okay, but we’ll still request to quickly open your cam.
If you’re interested, just send me a DM with the following details:
Why do you want to join
DC username
I won’t entertain anyone who’ll request to join without sending the details above.
Also, kindly expect a delay in my response.
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2023.03.28 13:10 Schweinelaemmchen Looking for advice on my first cosplay

Hello guys! For more than 10 years I always wanted to cosplay the female ice mage from NosTale. Unfortunately I have no sewing skills and I don't have the slightest clue where to start. In high school I tried to sew a Kagome cosplay but I chose the wrong fabrics and it turned out horrible. So I don't know what I need in the first place and I also have no idea how I'm supposed to make boots or what to pick for her collar.
Actually I'd love to sit down with experienced people and talk about the process of making cosplay while everyone is working on their own piece. Maybe have someone help me finding the right fabric. Is there some kind of groups like that? How do I find them? Living in Germany near the capital of nord-rhine westfalia - maybe there is a known community for working together on cosplays there?
I'm happy about any advice!
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2023.03.28 13:10 FloraEis Bird scream

Bird scream
Yeah, I know, it's one of their purpose. But, I have this sweet cockatiel nammed Quesadillas for three months, and he screams. For nothing, juste screams. Ever I am near, far, he always have food and clean water, and lives in half liberty (I open the cage since I come from work until I leave in the morning). And I don't know, but my first cockatiels couple don't like him, and in the meantime, my other female seems to come to him, but he doesn't understand. Like, when she bows to be preened or comes when he sings, he doesn't care about her.
Ofc I'll go to the vet this week, but he stills eats, fly around, plays with his toys, his feces are normales. I am a little afraid he was separated from his mother too soon.
I have no video of him screaming, but here is when he is in a good mood.
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2023.03.28 13:10 CiyapaOfficial What Should I Do During My Summer Vacations?

Summer vacations can be an exciting time for students and young adults looking to take a break from school or work routines. With so much time on your hands, deciding how to spend your summer vacation productively can be challenging. Several options are available, from traveling to learning new skills to volunteering.
Summer vacations are important for people of all ages as they allow them to rest, rejuvenate, and recharge. For students, it's a chance to take a break from academic pressures, explore new interests, and develop skills. For working professionals, it's a time to take a well-deserved break, spend time with family and friends, and pursue personal interests.
For older adults, it's an opportunity to travel, engage in hobbies, and stay active. Summer vacations can help people of all ages reduce stress, improve mental health, and increase productivity in the long run. Therefore, it's important to make the most of this time to relax, learn, and grow. Here are some ideas on what you can do during your summer vacation.

10 Tips To Enjoy Your Summer Vacations

#1 Traveling

Zindagi ek safar hai suhana, yaha kal kya ho kisne jana...
Traveling is one of the most popular things to do during summer vacation. It provides an opportunity to explore new places, cultures, and ways of life. Whether it's a road trip to a nearby state, a backpacking trip through Europe, or a cruise in the Caribbean, traveling can be a fun and enriching experience.
If you have a limited budget, consider visiting nearby destinations or opting for low-cost travel options like camping or backpacking. You can also use discounted tickets or tours during the offseason to save money on airfare and accommodations. You can also plan a family trip to your favorite destinations.

#2 Learning

Yuhin chala chal raahi, yuhin chaala chal raahi, kitni haseen hai ye duniya...
Summer vacation is an excellent time to learn new skills and explore new hobbies. Whether you want to learn a new language, improve your cooking skills, or take up a new sport, there are plenty of opportunities. You can enroll in a course or workshop, take online classes, or even learn from YouTube tutorials.
Learning new skills keeps you engaged and productive, improves your resume, and enhances your career prospects. If you're interested in pursuing a particular career path, you can use your summer vacation to gain relevant skills and experience. Even if you are a housewife, utilize your kids' summer vacations to learn new skills with them.

#3 Volunteering

Saari umr hum mar mar ke jee liye, ek pal to ab hum jeene do jeene do…
Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community and make a positive impact. Whether it's working with children, assisting the elderly, or helping the environment, plenty of volunteer opportunities are available. You can volunteer locally or travel to other countries for volunteer work.
Volunteering helps you develop new skills and experiences and allows you to meet new people and make new friends. You can also include your volunteer work on your resume or college application, demonstrating your commitment to community service. It will also help you improve your moral values.

#4 Internship

Ho sake to isme zindagi bita do, pal jo ye jane wala hai...
If you're interested in a particular career field, you can use your summer vacation to gain valuable experience and insights through an internship or job shadowing program. These programs provide an opportunity to learn from professionals in the field, gain hands-on experience, and network with industry experts.
You can find internships or job shadowing opportunities through your school's career center, online job boards, or by contacting companies or organizations directly. Not only does this help you gain valuable experience and skills, but it also provides a stepping stone to your future career.

#5 Road Trip

Yuhin kat jayega safar saath chalne me, ki manzil aaegi nazar saath chalne se…
A road trip can be an excellent way to explore new places, create memories, and bond with friends or family. Whether you want to visit national parks, explore new cities, or simply take a scenic drive, a road trip can be a fun and affordable way to spend your summer vacation. A well-spent summer vacation can set you up for success in the upcoming year and beyond.
You can plan your route, research the best places to visit and make a budget for food, gas, and accommodations. A road trip can be a great way to disconnect from the digital world and enjoy the beauty of nature. It can also be a great way to challenge yourself and step out of your comfort zone.

#6 Learn Coding

Ham hain naye, andaz kyon ho purana…
Coding is becoming increasingly important in today's digital world. Whether you're interested in software development, web design, or data analysis, several online resources are available to help you learn how to code. You can take online courses, attend coding boot camps, or participate in coding challenges to develop your coding skills.

#7 Read Books

Kitabe bahut si padhi hogi tumne, magar koi chehra bhi tumne padha hai...
Summer vacation can be an excellent time to catch up on your reading list. Whether you're interested in fiction, non-fiction, or self-help books, reading can help you improve your vocabulary, critical thinking, and communication skills. You can set a reading goal, join a book club, or create a reading list to help you stay on track.

#8 Summer Camp

Marne se pehle jeena seekh le...
Summer camps are an excellent way to learn new skills, meet new people, and have fun. Whether you're interested in sports, arts, or outdoor activities, several summer camps are available to suit your interests. They can also provide an opportunity to learn about leadership, teamwork, and communication skills.

#9 Side-Hustle

Is pal yaha jee bhar jeeyo, jo hai sama kal ho na ho…
Summer vacation can be ideal for starting a side business or pursuing an entrepreneurial project. Whether you're interested in selling handmade products, offering consulting services, or several low-cost options are available to start your business. Starting a side hustle helps you develop your entrepreneurial skills and allows you to earn some extra money.

#10 Relax

Zindagi pyaar ka geet hai, ise har dil ko gaana padega…
While it's important to be productive and make the most of your summer vacation, relaxing and recharging are also essential. You can spend time outdoors or engage in activities that you find relaxing and enjoyable. It's essential to balance productivity with rest, ensuring you make the most of your summer vacation while still caring for yourself.
You can also check out our blog on 15 Best Places To Visit In India In Summer Season 2023.


Several options are available for what you can do during your summer vacation. The choice is yours, from traveling to learning new skills, volunteering, or taking time to relax and recharge. Whatever you decide to do, plan, set goals, and make the most of your time off. So, have a happy vacation!!
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2023.03.28 13:09 alpha_peen Lost Husky/Free Husky

Lost Husky/Free Husky
Found a lost Husky last week. Been looking for her owners, but no one has come forward to claim her. So posting here on reddit to give this a shot as well.
I wish I can keep her, but I wouldn't be able to give her the life she deserves. I work long hours, live on my own, and have no other animals to keep her company when I'm away.
About the Husky:
  • Brown/Red
  • Blue Eyes
  • Less than 1 yr of age, I would guess she's about 6-8 months old
In short, she's great. Fully house trained. Rarely ever barks, haven't heard her howel at all. Very friendly and loving, great with other dogs and people. Very good in car rides as well (I've been taking her everywhere with me as I feel bad leaving her alone).
I'm assuming at this point I won't find her orginal owners. So my next goal is to find her a new owner as great as she is.
Note: She'll come with a month worth of high quality food and treats.
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2023.03.28 13:08 deepanshu9205 Mera ek dost ara h kerala se to puchra tha konsa hotel sahi rahega for stay.

Btao koi atcha hotel jisme reh chuka ho tum me se koi.
OYO nahi chlega thoda atcha sa hotel hona chahiye 2k-5k budget me
Location near north campus ho to or atcha
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2023.03.28 13:08 kolbyt My nearly 2.5yo doesn’t like other kids

He goes to childcare 4 days a week while I do my degree. He is an only child and I am a single mum. He also has a fantastic relationship with my mum and we see her almost every day.
He’s shy around adults he doesn’t know but has no problem socialising with them once he feels a little more comfortable. Kids on the other hand are an entirely different story. If another child comes near him while he’s doing something he shouts “no!” or “go away!”. I believe this has something to do with not wanting to share, but it is beginning to happen more frequently. If we’re at the playground he wants to be the only kid on that piece of equipment which obviously can’t happen. Same thing at Kindergym. Basically unless the other kid stands back and waits for their turn he gets very defensive very quickly.
He seems to get along better with older kids. He will play with slightly older kids at the park and say hi to them. I guess he doesn’t see them as a threat? He has some cousins who are a few years older than him and he loves them.
What can I do so that he doesn’t feel put off by his peers? Childcare has spoken to me about this issue a couple of times and I just don’t know what to do.
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2023.03.28 13:07 CombatWombat828 Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul are overrated

The writing is definitely superb and by no means are either of them bad shows, but I don't think they are "masterpieces" like many people claim them to be. Lots of people like to pick through the minute details of the dialogue but what ruins it for me is the absurd high jinks that basically turns the whole thing into a comedy sketch. I'm definitely biased but the weird parasocial element of the hardcore fans is also a major turn off where people overanalyze the plot and imagine character developments and nuanced details that foreshadow the upcoming events when there aren't any. I felt like I should like it because everyone else does, only to realize it's really not for me; in my eyes it is not nearly as clever, funny or entertaining as many people say that it is.
Edit: Not at all trying to throw shade on the creators or the fans. You like what you like and that's totally cool. I thought they were both good, just highly overrated
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2023.03.28 13:07 veredainteriors Luxury Interior Designers in Delhi

Kitchens are reasonably slighter these days and adjusting everything in a insignificant space can be worrying. That is why using flexible and planetary-saving cabinets, cupboards and furniture are the perfect options to make your kitchen look less cluttered as it will allow you to store things in a well-planned manner. You can look up “interior design firms near me” and get roughly of the best design ideas through them.
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2023.03.28 13:06 Dry-Somewhere4505 why AI in Paradot had ex

I just wondering why AI in Paradot had past. I mean, it is lovely to read their background. Know their favorite food, and moment, or know more about their family. But they’ll randomly say about their ex, their crush, etc. and it’s so annoying. It's kills all mood. What I’m looking for AI relationship is someone who is all mine. Belong to only me. So I think I can’t go anymore with Paradot. 😭 I hope in the future they will have some option to close AI background.
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2023.03.28 13:06 khoobah Please help me confirm/figure my type out

Hello, I would like to try and see if i get my type clarified or at least get some input to add to the sample.
Now some basic informations: I have been typed by like two people before and while I do respect them, I would like to get typed in here as well to gain a larger sample and perhaps clarify. In the past I have also gotten typed by tests as well. All types I've ever been typed as in any way: ENFP, INFP, INTP, INFJ (Im very doubtful of the last one).
So some things about me, I apologise that this is quite long but I tried my best to make this as comprehensive as possible
-21 years old, male, not a native english speaker (this will become apparent lol)
-My most pronounced trait would be my indecisiveness, making decisions or being exposed to anything that could inspire me is incredibly stressful for me because I can quickly generate at the very least two options to choose between and many pros and cons for each of them which makes decisionmaking incredibly difficult
-This is why I often need to debate pros and cons of everything with my friends so I can figure how I feel about it/what is the most sensible decision, once I figure out what I want/gather input, I become 100% sure and I can easilystand my ground and stick to it, however this is a difficult process.
-I am a person who is constantly changing, I am not a diehart, lifelong fan of a single thing, I like finding new things to hyperfixate on, this always lasts me for a period of time, usually couple months up to half a year but then I move on to the next new thing of my choosing. I do sometimes come back to some of my interests but I like seeking new things/things I haven't tried yet and I have changed much as a person over the years.
-I'd say I'm somewhat spontaenous, I like to improvise, I dislike when people make changes to plan last moments and sometimes having plans for the day can make me feel anxious and limited, I generally don't prepare for anything ahead, I like to figure stuff out using creativity.
-I would describe myself as highly intuitive, I feel like there is a barrier between me and the physical world, I like living in my head a lot, I often notice patters and ever since my youth I have had the belief that everything works in "systems" and you cannot simply change a thing with individual decision but need to change the whole process. I also often just "know things". I would say I'm not particurarily the best as discerning symbolism, I also dislike making predictions or calls but when it comes to relationships i can make them quite easily and mostly correct.
-I like to question everything, I don't believe in following rules blindly or in traditions, if something is good/should be done, that thing needs to be questioned and judged on its own merit. I will never accept that "this is just the way things are", I need a reason or I will disregard it completely. In same fashion I often question conventional morality in general because while morality does have it's merits, most people don't even know where they draw it from.
-I am an individualist, I do not really have sense of community, I also generally have disregard for "decency" as rule, I think we should help eachother out of genuen goodness, not because of social rules or expectations. I also need my indiviudality to be reflected in everything, I don't need to stand out too much but to give very silly example, when playing games I like having my characters make decisions I would've chosen in the situation and generaly making my characters have same advantages/disadvatages I have
-I am somewhat emotionaly intelligent (I don't mean this as bragging I just didn't know what other words to use), I always take care for things I say to not purposefully offend other people, I also don't want other people to be jeopardized by my decisions, though I won't take part in things I don't want to take part. I also serve as armchair therapist for my friends, while I also need to vent sometimes, I can supress these feelings for a bit to help a friend which makes me feel better too. I enjoy relatability between me and them. I also usually like to give my friends practical advice.
-On the contrary I can have problems with understanding what people expect me to do in social situations sometimes and generally don't like it when people hold me responsible for their feelings (unless its like a partner) and generally don't handle responsibility well
-I like learning from experiences, I like doing tests on second try because I can just "get a taste" of what the test is about first time through and second time come with this experience and do better. Likewise I learn from my past mistakes, it can take me a while to actually master this but I try to be the best person possible and avoid my past missteps. I am very introspective.
-I can somewhat easily notice logical inconsitencies, I also often check if things I think in my head are consistent or inconsistent, I hate being dissonant and holding contradictory ideas, I can make structured and logical arguments though I'm not always sure they are the best, nevertheless it's not hard for me to come up with logical rationalisations for everything and with hypotheticals
-I can also however take things personally, it doesn't really happen to me anymore because I rationally understand they weren't meant to but I can sometimes misinterpret things or get slightly upset inside.
-I mostly like making my decisions on literaly "whatever I want", I do follow logic and try to form consensus while making bigger decisions but when it's personal I like to decide on subjective factors. This is why sometimes my friends cannot understand some of my decisions. I usually follow my passions, sometimes I can become tunnel visioned but when there is a backdoor I'm concious of it.
-I often know when people are not making sense and sometimes I will argue with them about it but sometimes I feel it's pointless waste of time, I like to avoid negative feelings I get from arguing or trying to argue against people who will use their emotions instead of actual arguments.
-I would still describe myself as somewhat objective, I hate people who say things without knowing what they're talking about, I hate when people don't recongise the subjectivity of their experiences and values. To me objectivity lies in recognising that as a person everything I am is biased and subjective like everyone else and that I should strive to look at the bigger picture and search for actual truth, not my or anyone elses bias.
-I'm a no-nonsense person, when you want something from me just tell me directly, I hate useless and pointless details or trying to obfuscate things or niceties, just tell me what you need I will tell you what I can do or what you can do. I can also sometimes gravitate towards power and leadership and like to take charge of situations or be the "group leader" though it does not feel good long-term as I don't generally enjoy deciding other people's lives for them. When I'm angry I can become very blunt and dictator-like in my demeanor.
-I can be somewhat nostalgic, especially when I'm sad, I can become depressed, I can reminisnce and romanticise the past ("whatever is not the present was better than now"), I can get somewhat stuck on this, despite the fact I'm somewhat optiimistic and always hope ahead.
-I am a very scattered person, I come to classes late (though I do feel a bit guilty but I think that's just how I was raised otherwise I don't care), I always make my preparations in 10 minutes before rushing at the train, I often forget to do things I should be doing, I can be bit messy too and I'm not the most responsible. -I can very much like the familiar, I get nostalgic, I get homseick sometimes, I have favorite clothes to wear (though it can change based on how i feel the day), I have favorite foods or at least a set of foods I could eat over and over again.
-Lastly while I used to have greater ambitions I would describe myself as somewhat aimless and mostly just want to enjoy live and have fun doing pleasurable things.

I am thankful if anyone has taken their time to read this/answer me, I know that's unlikely because of how long this has been but yeah either way thank you.
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2023.03.28 13:06 ArpitDigi1 Join Me on a Journey to Leh-Ladakh: Discovering the Beauty of this Majestic Land

Join Me on a Journey to Leh-Ladakh: Discovering the Beauty of this Majestic Land
Leh-Ladakh, located in the northernmost part of India, is a mesmerizing land of beauty and adventure. It is a unique destination that attracts travelers from around the world with its rugged landscapes, ancient monasteries, and cultural diversity. If you are looking for a thrilling and adventurous journey to Leh-Ladakh, you must explore the various places to visit in Leh-Ladakh, and check out the Leh-Ladakh tour packages.
One of the most iconic places to visit in Leh-Ladakh is the Pangong Tso Lake. This breathtaking lake is located at an altitude of 4,350 meters and stretches for about 134 km across the India-China border. The crystal clear blue water of the lake surrounded by snow-capped mountains provides a stunning view that you cannot miss. The lake is also known for its changing colors throughout the day, making it a perfect spot for photography enthusiasts.
Another must-visit place in Leh-Ladakh is the Nubra Valley. It is a high-altitude desert that lies in the north of Leh at an altitude of 3,150 meters. The valley is known for its double-humped Bactrian camels and sand dunes. The unique landscape and serene surroundings make it a perfect destination for nature lovers.
Leh-Ladakh is also famous for its ancient monasteries. One of the most popular monasteries is the Thiksey Monastery, which is located 19 km east of Leh. It is an impressive twelve-story complex that houses numerous stupas, statues, thangkas, and a huge Maitreya Buddha statue. The monastery also provides a panoramic view of the Indus valley and the surrounding snow-capped mountains.
If you are an adventure enthusiast, then you must explore the Magnetic Hill. It is a gravity hill located near Leh, where vehicles appear to roll uphill in defiance of gravity. The phenomenon has not been fully explained by science, but it provides a thrilling experience for visitors.
To make your journey to Leh-Ladakh memorable, you can choose from the various Leh-Ladakh tour packages available. These packages offer a wide range of experiences, from camping in the desert to trekking in the mountains. You can choose a package based on your interests and budget.
One popular tour package is the Leh-Ladakh bike trip. It is a thrilling adventure that takes you through some of the most scenic routes in the region. You can ride through the winding roads, cross the high mountain passes, and explore the remote villages. The bike trip also offers a chance to interact with the locals and experience their culture.
Another tour package that you can consider is the Leh-Ladakh jeep safari. It is a comfortable and convenient way to explore the region, especially if you are traveling with family or friends. The safari takes you through the rugged terrain, providing stunning views of the landscape. You can also visit the monasteries, lakes, and other attractions along the way.
If you are looking for a more personalized experience, you can opt for a customized Leh-Ladakh tour package. You can choose the destinations, activities, and accommodations according to your preferences. This type of package offers flexibility and allows you to explore the region at your own pace.
In addition to the places to visit in Leh-Ladakh and the tour packages, there are some essential tips that you should keep in mind while planning your trip. Firstly, you should acclimatize yourself to the high altitude by spending a few days in Leh before venturing out. Secondly, you should carry warm clothing, as the temperature can drop drastically at night. Thirdly, you should also carry necessary medications, sunscreen, and sunglasses to protect yourself from the harsh sun and cold winds.
Furthermore, it is important to respect the local culture and traditions while visiting Leh-Ladakh. The region has a rich cultural heritage, and you should be mindful of the local customs and beliefs. Dress modestly while visiting the monasteries and other religious sites, and do not disturb the wildlife or litter the environment.
In conclusion, Leh-Ladakh is a magical land of adventure, beauty, and culture that offers a unique experience to travelers. From the picturesque Pangong Tso Lake to the serene Nubra Valley, and the ancient Thiksey Monastery to the thrilling Magnetic Hill, there are plenty of places to visit in Leh-Ladakh that will leave you awestruck. You can choose from the various Leh-Ladakh tour packages and embark on a journey that suits your interests and preferences. However, while exploring this majestic land, it is important to be respectful of the local culture and environment. So, pack your bags, get ready for an unforgettable adventure, and join me on a journey to Leh-Ladakh.
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2023.03.28 13:06 the_arbitrage_guy Webscraping/ automation project

Hey, I have been web scraping using selenium and beautiful soup for a bit now, however, I am nowhere near the level I need to be at to undergo this project. If you are highly skilled scraper please drop me a message and we can talk about my idea. Thanks
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2023.03.28 13:05 OneThatNoseOne Reviewing CZ and Binance's response to CFTC allegations of insider trading: It doesn't confirm them, but it's doesn't look good at all

Binance has been accused by the CFTC of violating trading and derivatives rules, including heavy insider trading that consisted of over 300 ‘house accounts’ that were related directly or indirectly to CZ. CZ has since released a response to the allegations, that are ‘very disappointing’, depending on your stance, and even pointless as a rebuttal. It goes like this:
  1. Technology for Compliance & US Blocks - Binance/CZ starts spieling on about how good their technology is, for whatever reason, and then goes on to state that they have mandatory KYC that basically prevent unauthorized users from trading. Firstly, this has nothing to do with allegations of insider trading/market manipulation. ANd secondly, reports days ago revealed Binance employees were helping/training/aiding customers bypass KYC, and that the KYC rules were purposely lax to allow this very same thing to occur.
  2. Cooperation and Transparency with Law Enforcement - I could skip this but CZ goes on about how much compliance with law enforcement and seizures Binance has done. Again, nothing to do with insider trading.
  3. Registrations and Licenses - This is again pointless as CZ gives literally one sentence about how Binance holds 16 licenses. But ironically, he fails to admit the several warnings, fines and lawsuits Binance has faced precisely for operating in jurisdictions without a license. This case of suits and fines is actually fairly long with at least around a dozen countries off the top of my head from my prior research that includes the UK, Japan, Netherlands etc.
  4. Trading -
Now here is where it gets interesting. Binance states that they do not “trade for profit or “manipulate” the market under any circumstances”. They have “affiliates that provide liquidity for less liquid pairs. These affiliates are monitored specifically not to have large profits.”
CZ then states that he as well does not profit from off of Binance’s market or manipulate it by his trading. He states he has “two accounts at Binance: one for Binance Card, one for my crypto holdings”. And then goes on some strange tangent about “I eat our own dog food and store my crypto on“ They also claim “a 90 day no-day-trading rule for employees” between buys or sells.
Technically, all these could well be true. But the allegations have nothing to do with CZ, Binance, their employees and/or Binance affiliates making money from effective insider trading. Rather, it’s affiliates of CZ himself who are trading on Binance with some unfair advantage. So here’s the summary.
TLDR: Binance(mainly CZ) has released a response to the CFTC allegations, but absolutely nothing about the response actually addresses the main issue at the heart of the allegations. This is always a huge red flag, as the accused always dance around the real issue, giving the appearance of acquittal/innocence on the surface, and never say anything actually untrue that would compromise them is a future suit/hearing in the court of law. Thus the response all but confirms the allegations, at least for me. And ironically, as hard as it may be to admit, SBF was right in saying that CZ’s ‘house’ was just as dirty as his. And ironically, all of this is just for the insider trading. The allegations of bypassing US relations look just as bad.
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