Unannounced NA tour with King Buffalo?

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2021.12.07 18:14 kaverorzi Unannounced NA tour with King Buffalo?

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2021.12.07 18:14 ToddJustWorks Praise Todd Howard

Praise The Legendary Game Developer Todd Howard
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2021.12.07 18:14 throwawayorwhatevr Another cringe Anti-Smoking ad....

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2021.12.07 18:14 Stx_NomaD Arctic Warfare weapons

Do we know when any Arctic Warfare weapons will be added?
British weapons in General really: L85A2 - AWP, maybe even older british rifles like a Lee Enfield or Martini Henry.
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2021.12.07 18:14 Professional_Break75 Hannah Smoterich-Barr = easily my least favorite character.

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2021.12.07 18:14 -Venser- Apple made secret 5-year $275B deal with Chinese government

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2021.12.07 18:14 Dhondoe99 No Man's Sky : $30 (-49%)

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2021.12.07 18:14 Curious_Tie_9397 I made an app to beat procrastination and academic anxiety

It's called Studyhero. I’m a London-based Master’s student who currently finds it difficult concentrating for longer periods of time and finding daily motivation. I’m normally very organised, have the will to learn and the desire to achieve good grades (scored a 1st/5.0 GPA in my BSc). But the remote-learning environment due to COVID-19 decreases my accountability, productivity and makes me feel socially isolated.
The idea would be to:

  1. Match verified students (i.e. you sign up with your university e-mail) on a video call
  2. Study silently side-by-side (on mute) by leaving video running in the background
  3. Finish the study session
What do you think?
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2021.12.07 18:14 gucciventura black spots, sebum, sebboreic dermatitus and acne( 17M help needed)

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2021.12.07 18:14 OJarow What Meditation *Does*, Through the Lens of Predictive Processing

I got the chance to interview Ruben Laukkonen on my podcast, who recently co-authored a phenomenally interesting paper that unifies meditation and predictive processing.
A very reductive attempt at summarizing the gist of their model: meditation induces the predictive system to ascribe less and less precision weighting (importance) to any/all sensory phenomenon, allowing awareness to remain 'uninvolved' with arising predictions, allowing for a non-ordinary state of consciousness with all sorts of interesting, regenerative, high-plasticity effects become possible.
His model goes through 3 stages of meditative depth, and describes what's happening in the predictive system at each. Really, really recommend checking it out. Getting to interview him for 2+ hours was also a blast - he expanded on some key ideas, and also zoomed out to explore broader implications of his model.
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2021.12.07 18:14 vaniillasoftserve 19[F4R] finished writing my exams today and I can finally socialise.

I'm down to laugh, call and just talk all night if possible albeit discouraged because I have a 9am class tomorrow 🥴 if we get along well we could watch a movie together :)
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2021.12.07 18:14 austinothemanlyman Selling James harden

How much should my 10 hof 48 gold badge 75th anniversary james harden sell for? Gave him interceptor, rim protector
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2021.12.07 18:14 Amorepreparedlife Bought these to stack my trays in my freezer! For the price i figured it couldnt hurt to invest!

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2021.12.07 18:14 Kibuka256 Parrot Boot loader problem

I tried installing parrot on my PC but for some reason the boot loader failed to get installed so what i did is install the OS with no boot loader. The OS is there but i can't get in. Keep in mind i have Ubuntu as my primary OS. All help will be appreciated.
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2021.12.07 18:13 OPCMG [FREE] Pierre Bourne x Playboi Carti Type Beat 2022 "ON ME" | Young Nudy Type Beats

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2021.12.07 18:13 katonajozsi Isitasoup.com is the greatest easter egg ever

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2021.12.07 18:13 GamesWithGregVR OBS Stream Crash While Streaming Half Life Alyx 9900k RTX 3070

Im getting an error when i die and get a loading screen or finish a part of a mission and it loads, the stream crashes and i get a window saying the encoder has failed. Maybe im just asking for too much out my 3070?/
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2021.12.07 18:13 Rele- How to disable media keys changing iCUE profiles keybind? (K70)

Hello there
I downloaded IdleKey software so it would automatically change my iCUE profile after being AFK for 5 minutes. It works perfectly, but I just found out that the media keys (next song button) on K70 also change your iCUE profile, which I of course don't want, I just want it to be a "next song" button.
(Static Light -> 5min AFK -> Wave animation profile)
Is there any workaround so it doesn't change to the next profile? I tried assigning the "Change Profile" keybind to another button, but media keys still change it too.
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2021.12.07 18:13 DazzlingCrow OpenSea doing an IPO instead of token ... I am never using them again. Please post your favorite alternative NFT marketplace.

Title says it all. They are completely clueless on numerous fronts but this takes the cake.
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2021.12.07 18:13 R_Aqua Most expensive peg in Elibe [SPEcember Day 7]

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2021.12.07 18:13 NickSalvo Rate my rig.

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2021.12.07 18:13 crnkls Using my maternity pillow every single night and even comfortably tucked in himself like a freaking baby🤣

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2021.12.07 18:13 kasai_wizard Terrorain alt forms spring is Plant/Earth, summer is Light/Earth, autumn is Spirit/Earth

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2021.12.07 18:13 killahghost Lessons Learned

I would like to share my experience as Soldier before I hang it up for the last time in a few months, as I find myself becoming ever more reflective the closer I get to retirement. I have been in the Army since just before the towers came down and currently surrounded by young service members at the very beginning of their careers. I find myself constantly giving them advice and trying to have them learn through me. I don't know how much of what I say will stick, but I wouldn't feel right if I didn't try. Inspiration hit me hard after reading this post. I hope the lessons I have learned will help anyone reading.
Many would say that I am an accomplished individual based on where I am in my career and life. Not many people I know made it past their 1st or 2nd enlistment, let alone to 22 years. I am a living testimony to the fact that all you have to do is stay out of trouble and you will make it. But I am not proud of that. I was just surviving before I came into the Army, and continued to do just that through much of my career. However, not too long ago, I had a few experiences that helped me remove my head from my forth point of contact and stop being my own worst enemy. Listed below are some issues I confronted to enable success in my life.

  1. Rebellion
    1. I rebelled against the Army like an angsty teenager for much of my career. I did everything possible to meet the absolute minimum standard as a way to feel like I was in control and no one could tell me what to do. I struggled with PT (failing tests), didn't put forth my best effort to Soldier, and made my family pay for it with idiotic decisions. This led to article 15s, other non-judicial punishments, and being thought of and treated as the shitbag Soldier. I kept thinking I was going to get out of the Army and join a different branch but never made the jump when the opportunities came.
      1. I got my shit together just enough change MOSs and made Sergeant and attend ALC. However, I wasn't completely done being a shitbag. I got kicked out of ALC by failing the APFT. The day I was sent home, the commandant of the school had a counseling session with me. He told me about how I was throwing my life away and I should be ashamed of myself for not being prepared. He told me I shouldn't be leading anyone because I couldn't lead myself and lot of other things to me using colorful and explicit language. I reflected on what he said during that long, shameful drive back home and decided to stop being a kid. Rebelling and hating doing the basic things you need to do to be a Soldier was absolutely stupid. Being at Bragg, I saw people taking responsibility for their own fitness, their own careers, advancing past their peers. Why the fuck was I still in if I wasn't going to do my best? If I wanted to be a janitor, I could just get out and be one. I had to grow up, accept, and embrace what I needed to do to succeed, contribute, and most of all not be a liability to my fellow Soldiers. Field problems, deployments, training exercises, and hard PT were a part of my job. I was digging myself into a hole by acting like an idiot. I decided that was the last time I would fail anything. I stopped rebelling and started doing what I needed to be prepared for the mission. I felt like I finally flipped that switch that many of my peers that passed me up flipped and became an NCO and not an E5.
  2. Plan
    1. Another issue that went with my rebellion was my lack of a plan for my career and life. I bounced from MOS to MOS because I was chasing the lowest hanging fruit. This was the biggest mistake of my career. Essentially, I was a boat with no engine, sails, or rudder. By just surviving, I was making it harder to stop rebelling because I had a reactive approach to my career instead of being proactive. This led to people making decisions for me, which almost always led to dissatisfaction. By not having a goal I denied myself a direction to travel that led to success. I made a pawn of myself and could not be a positive example for my Soldiers, a reliable battle buddie for my peers, and my family suffered from the stress brought on from my terrible decisions.
      1. Following a conversation with an SNCO in my unit about life after the Army I realized we're about two years apart in age but was so much more together than me. We both had about 16 years in, but he was a MSG, his family well taken care of and involved in many positive activities, and he was always someone you could count on to get things done. I realized that he got to where he was because he always had goals for seemingly everything in his life. When at work, he actively worked to make his formation better. He told me if the unit was terrible, he didn't have to be. Some people let toxicity destroy them but others choose to improve themselves, thus becoming a good example for others in the unit to follow. One of the side effects of my rebellion was having no plan and his words helped me put down the weapon I was using to mutilate my foot. I decided to stop being led by the ocean's current and set a destination. I asked him to be my mentor and he helped me understand that I had to do more than just set goals, I had to buy into the mission! I had to believe that what I was doing made a difference no matter how insignificant my actions seemed. Some of the most squared away Soldiers I have witnessed do this automatically. They are the ones doing all of the proper PCC/PCIs, reading and paying attention to the important details, and being thorough with anything they commit to. So I set realistic, achievable goals that would not only help our Soldiers and our unit, but also make me competitive for promotion. I bought into BEING a Soldier.
  3. Asking for help
    1. My conduct over much of my career led to many punishments and dehumanizing "ass chewings." I have spent many days and nights self-medicating, looking for answers at the bottom of a bottle. That led to me almost destroying my family. I was the angry drunk fathehusband, breaking things that couldn't hit back, causing injury to myself and scaring the shit out of my kids. Plus, all that liquid bread led to me gaining an inordinate amount of weight. I was lucky that I didn't get chaptered.
      1. I got shitfaced one night and almost made a decision that I could never recover from. My 1SG had to come get me from the house I was in. I was in a very dark place and had I followed through everyone that depended on me would have paid a price far higher than I would've. He let me self refer to SUDCC. I was able to get the meds I needed and the ears that needed to hear me out without judgement. I spent much of my career afraid of the BH clinic, but in my experience it is a life saver. Alcohol can take away the pain for a while, but it always comes back to you. That circle X on your 5988e (or DA 2404 for my fellow old farts) has a time limit. Address it, don't let it fester.
All in all, I hope that my experiences help at least one of you. I hope that you realize right now to do your best no matter where you are in your career. Don't waste your time aimless and just surviving.
I'll have a black coffee with Irish crème, no sugar.
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2021.12.07 18:13 NevilleKaBaap420 Bawa and Anshuman's tough love. Will blast him for tips, return for advice.

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