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2012.02.07 00:40 zellyman Hoggit Fighter Wing

Welcome to /hoggit, a noob-friendly community for fans of high-fidelity combat flight simulation. Discussion primarily focuses on DCS: World and BMS. This is not a full on reprimand-you-for-having-your-navigation-lights-on-when-you-shouldn't-have type outfit here. You'll find we foster a laid back atmosphere to learn how to work the various modules available in DCS.

2023.04.02 07:28 ArnieAnime Isn't Crunchyroll dubbing episodes? Why won't it let me choose English audio?

Isn't Crunchyroll dubbing episodes? Why won't it let me choose English audio?
I searched on Google if CrunchyRoll was dubbing One Piece and it said it is, so I got the 14 day free trial and not I feel ripped off.
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2023.04.02 07:27 Snowidoug VFL Dons

Hoping for a better day for Essendon Footy today in the VFL, the Bombers did not deliver. Facing the last placed Zebras, the Bombers were outgrunted by a weaker Sandringham side in the 19.12.126 to 14.5.89 loss. Voss had another blinder kicking 4 majors, really pushing for senior selection now. Rasinac played some forward minutes and picked up a solid 3 goals. Quinton Narkle moved into a midfield role picking up 24 disposals and a goal, while Bernacki continued to impress with 22 touches and a major. Other respectable performances include Joel Fitzgerald and Rhett Montgomerie both picking up 21 touches as well as Will Snelling gathering 18 disposals. The bombers now place 8th on the VFL ladder. We can only hope the the Bombers girls can pick up a win tonight and make sure to tune into Essendon’s next VFL match against the Northern Bull ants next Saturday.
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2023.04.02 07:25 ursineoddity Who to be for PFS? Torn on 3 ideas. Who would you want at your table?

So I just got my first character to level 2 in PFS (for 2e) so I have to finalize my build before I play him at level 2 for the first time. I've narrowed it down to 3 options and I'm having a hard time deciding which one to play. Since I'm focusing on a support type build, I'm interested in which character people would like to see at their table in PFS or in general. In first edition PFS I ended up making way too many characters, so I really want to focus on one before I make the others. This post is super long, so I made a short description of each one. Builds are at level 2, but I mention plans for the builds. I have a build for an Angelic Sorcerer, a Fey Sorcerer, and a Stone Druid.
Angelic Sorcerer, short version: Acrobat Dedication, almost no offensive abilities with some focus on Heal. Uses magic to support team.
Build: S 10/D 16/Co 10/I 12/W 12/Ch 18. Human with Acrobat background, Versatile Heritage: Bon Mot, Natural Ambition: Familiar, Steady Balance, Acrobat Dedication, Cat Fall. Spells: Forbidding Ward, Shield, Detect Magic, Guidance, Light/Fear, Sanctuary, Magic Weapon, Heal. He'll keep Forbidding Ward up on a front line teammate and maybe Shield on himself, possibly starting with Sanctuary on himself and/or Magic Weapon on an ally. Fear would mostly be as a debuff for a single, strong enemy after a Bon Mot. Acrobat will be a fun way to add some defensive abilities in case he gets caught in melee, and will make him a great flier by the time he gets his wings. Will also invest in Diplomacy and Deception to make him a good party face. Should be a fun, Nice Guy build similar to some first edition Oracles I've played. His lack of offensive power could be a problem on a team with no heavy hitters, but I'm not sure how likely that is. Familiar used either with speech and flight for scouting, or with master abilities to give me another cantrip and a quick Refocus.
Fey Sorcerer, short version: going into Rogue for more utility and light armor, more offensive power but not as much support power outside of Heal spell.
Build: S 10/D 16/Co 10/I 12/W 12/Ch 18. Human, Merchant Background. Versatile Heritage: Bon Mot, Natural Ambition: Familiar, Bargain Hunter, Rogue Dedication, Cat Fall, No Cause for Alarm. Spells: Produce Flame, Read Aura, Guidance, Scatter Scree, Ghost Sound/Heal, Horizon Thunder Spear, Fear, Charm. Invested in Acrobatics, Deception, Diplomacy, and Thievery. Party face, lock picker, and can Heal if he has to. He should always have options in and out of combat, and Bon Mot will be helpful with most of his bloodline spells. Planning on getting Trap Finder and Nimble Dodge. Not as much support in combat in terms of buffing allies, but overall seems fairly versatile. I worry his lack of focus means he might never feel especially good at any one thing. Familiar use same as Angelic.
Stone Druid, short version: Dwarf! Medic, heal/support with Medicine skill. Sturdy, and can choose spells for different team compositions and circumstances.
Build: S 10/D 16/Co 14/I 12/W 18/Ch 8 (this one is NOT a party face). Dwarf (Rock Dwarf), Field Medic Background. Stonecunning, Medic Dedication, Assurance: Medicine, Battle Medicine, Steadying Stone. Spells optional, but always a Heal. Because of Assurance and his +10 in Medicine, he doesn't even have to roll for Battle Medicine, which he can use twice on exactly one person once per day. Medic is so strong I'll mostly invest feats in that (Treat Conditions sounds great), outside of picking up Stone Lance via Advanced Elemental Spell at lvl 6. Pretty good amount of hit points for a caster (30) so he's not too scared to get right up to the melee teammates. Also Rock Dwarf and Steadying Stone make him harder to knock around/knock down. I love Stone's focus spells, and being able to heal without spending spells seems pretty good. Never played a Dwarf, but the synergy feels good. Probably the least useful outside of combat, but does have good Medicine, Nature, Religion, and Survival skills.
Overall I think the Druid might be the strongest mechanically, Fey would be most fun to role play, and Angelic is the most focused on magical support. All of that sounds fun to me.
If you read all of that, wow! Thanks! I appreciate any feedback.
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2023.04.02 07:24 meerkatopia [US][SELLING] Manga Oasis Sale Wide As The Eye Can See! Come Shop With Me!

Hey everyone,
Have these books I will be rehoming for good prices. Please stay respectful to each other, and have fun!
Requesting photos in the comments works- Then I will send you an imgur album with a 360 shot of the books and more
Please leave a thread comment first. Paypal goods and services for this sale
Shipping is separate, and your offers welcome.
Have fun, I hope you all enjoy the rest of your day/night!
Lady Snowblood 1-2 $80 G4
Pet Shop Of Horrors 1-10, Tokyo 1-8 $400 G3\\G4
Utena boxset G4\\G5 $140
Ace Attorney complete $425
Ikigami 1-10 G5 a couple are sealed $275
Delicious Dungeon 1-10 G4\\G5 $120
Drrrr 19 volumes G4\\G5 $150
Maximum ride 1-9 + witch $70 G4
Devil is a Part timer 1-18 G5 $140
Light novel 1-11 G5 $70
High school 1-5 G4 $120
All Devil Part timer $300
Puella Magica 37 volume lot G4\\G5 $700
Yugioh 1-38 G4 $400 #15-17 has bumped lower corner G3
Made in Abyss 1-8 minus 6 $180
Pokemon 67 volume lot G4 a couple G3 corner wear $280
Shugo chara 1-12, chan 1-4 G4\\G5 $165
Reiko zombie shop 1-3 G4 $30
Parasyte 1-8, Neo G4 $70
Tenchi 1-10, Sasami G4 $100
Ring 0-2 G4 $43
Juion G4 $32
Re:Monster 1-5 G5 $40
Machimaho 1-2 G5 $15
Lucky star 1-3 G3\\G4 $70
Sorcerer Hunters 1-3 G4 $30
Utena 1-4 G4 $40
Hack 9 volume lot G4 $100
Mushoku Tensai 1-9+ Roxy 1-2 G4 $180
Persona 3-4 21 volume lot G4\\G5 $300
Ubel blatt 1 G4 $15
Alice hearts 1-3 G4 $45
Magical girl raising project 1-2 G5 $20
First love monster 1-2 G5 $20
Big Order 1 G4 $12
Junji ito cat $12
Magical Girl Apocalypse 1-13, site 1 G4 $170
Cardcaptor sakura 1-5 G5 $45
Cardcaptor Omnibus 1-4 G4\\G5 $150
Tomodachi monster 1 $15
Those who hunt elves 1-2 G4 $20
Wolfsmund 1-8 G5 $135
Tokyo Babylon 1-6 G4 $125
Sailor Moon 1-7, V1 G5 $65
Sherlock Bones 1-7 G4 $55
Deathnote 1-13, novel G3 $75
My pathetic vampire life 1-2 G5 $12
Hellsing 8, 9 $45
Ouran HS 1-18 G4 $120
Promised Neverland 1-20 G4-G5 $110
Danganronpa 13 volume lot G4-G5 $99
Megaman 7 volume lot G4-G5 $160
Cells at work box set G5 $50
The story of Saiunkoko 1-9 G4\\G5 $185
Absolute boyfriend 1-4 $25
Devil survivor 1-8 G4 $100
Zelda 15 volume G4 $80
Fuishigi 1-3 G4 $42
Neon Genesis 1-5, Shinji 1-5 omnibus G4\\G5 $225
Afterschool charisma 1-12 G4 $75
Hetalia 1-6 G4 $75
Battle Angel Alita 1-9, Last order 1-15 G4\\G5 $480
Magic Rayearth omnibus 1 G5 $30
Crimson spell 2-5 G4 $30
Pichi Pichi Pitch 1 G4 $28
Sakuran G3\\G4 1 crease on cover $50
My solo\\lesbian G5 $19
Dragon half 1-3 G5 $50
Anima 1-10 G4 $120
Loveless 1-13 G4 $80
Lone wolf and cub half set $200 G3-G4
Color Of Rage sealed $40
Arm Of Kannon 1 Sealed $60
Eden 2 sealed $30 plastic peeled open at corner
New lone wolf 1-4 G4 $80
One Piece -1-100 G4 Omnibus + Singles $525
One Piece 24-100 G4/ mostly G5 $400
Spare 46-70 G5 $110
Triage x 1-3, 6, 8 $45
Emma 1-2 G3 $30 ex lib
Tokyo 1-2 G4 $25
Btoom 25 Sealed $10
One piece omnibus 1-45 with gaps (9 vols) $70 G3/G4 one has writing on bottom side
Inuyasha 1-4, 15, 17-23, 37, 46, 48, 49 G3-G4 A Couple Ex Lib $90
Alice in Murderland 1-3 G5 $80
Dr stone 1-7 G4 $30
Land of the Lustrous 1-3 G4/G5 $25
20th century boys 1 G4 $20
Arm Of Kannon 1-3, 5 G3/G4 $40
Arm of Kannon sealed volume 1 $50
Jyu oh sei 3 G4 $5
Arppegio 4 G4 $20
Clover omnibus G3 $6
Terraformers 1, 3 G4 $15
Mobile Suit thunderbolt 1-2 G4 $15
Blade immortal spares (7) spine fade G3/G4 $33
Oishibo 1 G4 $5
Lone wolf 1988 tpb $18
Wounded man 4 G4 $14
Get backers 12 vols including G4 #25 $100
Get backers 25, Infinity 1-2 $85 G5
Samurai kyo 12 vols $65
Jojos manga (9) G5 $75
Gunslinger girl 1-3 G2 $8
Fullmetal alchemist HC 1-4 G4 $45
Flowers bees 2-3 G4 $35
Monster hunter orage 1-3 G3/G4 $40
Emanon 1-3 G4 $40
Appleseed spares (3) G2-G5 $50
Code geass sazuka 1-2, queen 1 G2/G3 $20
Eurekai Seven (5 vols) $40 #G3/G4
Doubt 1-2 G4 $21
Tokyo Tribes 1-5, no #3 G4 $50
Cutie honey G4 $15
Crying freeman journey $8
Tenchi- $3
Fire Punch 1 $7
Exaxxion 1 $5
Sacred blacksmith4 G4 $4
Karneval 1 G4 $11
Akira singles (11) $100 6.0-8.5
First master 2 G4 $30
Blade of the Immortal Deluxe 1-3 G5 $60
Alita 1-9, last order 1-8 G3/G4 $165
Me and the devil blues 1-2 G4 $170
Banana fish 1-5, 9-12 G4 half have yellowing $80
Black Jack 1-5, 13 G4 $90 (vol 2 is G2)
Ultraman 1-16 G4 G5 $125
Wotakoi 1 G5 $8
JJk 0-3 $23
Psycho Pass 1-4 G4 $50 1st print
Spare volume 3 $15 1st print
Phoenix 3 G4 $55
Initial D 1-33 $1000 All but one limited edition cards enclosed
Golgo 1-10 Missing #2 G4-G5 $140
Golden Kamuy 1-19 G4 $150
Bleach 1-27, 32 $100
All other spares Bleach G3-G4 $2.50-3.50 each based on condition
Skullman 2-7 G4 $120
Raqiya 1-2 G4 $70
Monster 1st 1 G4 Single $12
High School DXD 3, 6, 10 G5 6, 10 Sealed $50
GON 6 volumes G4 $90 missing a couple from full run
Fist Of The North Start Viz Graphic 1-4, Blue Sky 1-4 G4 $200
fist spare graphic novel edt 3-4 $50 G4
Apocalypse Meow 1st 1-3 G4 $80
Dance In The Vampire Bund 1-3, 7-9, 18-21 G4 $50
Outlanders 1988 1-8 G4 $175 #5 is G3
Attack On Titan 1-34, 4 extra volume 34 editions BAM, Kinokuniya, B&N, Spare Kunikinya sealed G5 38 volumes $300
Attack On Titan 1-34 G4, Kinokuniya w/o card G5 $250
The king of fighters 1-6 G5 $50
Lone Wolf & Cub Omnibus Complete G4/G5 unread 1st print $500
Berserk 17 volumes $150 DMP G4, 161-18 G3
Blade Of The Immoral DH 1-31 + novel G3-G4 Some Ex Lib $200
Blood Blockade Battlefront 3, 10 G4 $80
Bride Of The Water God 1-6, 8-13 G4 $100
Bt'x 13 G4 $20
Captain Ken 1, G4 $10
Chainmail Novel LN 1 G4 $10
Cyborg 009 1, 2, 4 G4 $35
Dororo 1 G4 $10
Fire Punch 1-2 G4 $20
Gantz 1-2, 11-13, 15, 34 G4 $100
Gundam Lot G4 $140 Spares Available
Gyo 1 G4 $30
Ichiroh 5, G4 $9
Infini T Force 1-4 G5 $21
Judge 1 G4 $7
Junji Ito Lot Remina, Sensor, Uzamaki HC G4 $45
Kagerou Daze 1-7 $180
Kurohime 8 volumes G4 $40
Knights Zodiac 2, 4, 11 G4 $44
Shugo chara 2-6 G3/G4 $20
Drifting classroom 1-3 G4 $30
Lum Viz 1st Print 1-2 G4, Unread $20
Magic Knight Rayearth 1st 3 G3 $3
Mai The Psychic Girl 3, 4 G4 $50
Jojos pt 3 tpb 6, 8, 12 G5 $90
Mermaid Saga 1-4 G4 $50
Midori Days 8 G4 $20
Ode To Kirihito 2 G4 $10 Spare Available
Oh My Goddess Omnibus 1-3 G4 $60
Pandora's Heart 1, 2, 10, 14, 18 G4 $50\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\* Spare 18 G4 $10
Peepe Choo 1 G4 $15
Reborn 1, 3 G4 $35
Resident Evil Marhawa 2 G4 $18
Saint tail 1-7 $150 G4
Shaman Warrior 2, 7 G4 $25
Strawberry 100% 1-3 $35
Street Fighter 8 Volumes $100
Spare Ryu Final 3 G4 $18, Alpha 2 $30
Ultimate Muscle 6, 8, 10, 11, 14, 18, 23 G4 some remainder marks #23 G3 Ex Lib $125
Uzumaki HC G4 $20
Zombie Powder 3-4 G4 $30
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2023.04.02 07:24 Disastrous-Bowler445 How long does it take for removalists to move my belongings?

The amount of time it takes for removalists to move your belongings will depend on several factors, such as the distance between your old and new locations, the volume of items being moved, the complexity of the move, and the level of service you require. Here are some general guidelines to give you an idea of how long a move may take:
Local moves: For a local move within the same city or town, removalists may be able to complete the move in one day or less, depending on the amount of items being moved.
Interstate moves: For an interstate move, it could take a few days to a week or more, depending on the distance and the size of the move.
International moves: For an international move, it can take several weeks or even months for your belongings to arrive at your new location, depending on the destination and the method of transportation.
It's important to note that the time it takes for removalists to move your belongings can also be affected by factors outside of their control, such as traffic delays, weather conditions, and other unforeseen circumstances. It's best to discuss the expected timeline for your move with the removalist company and make sure you have a clear understanding of the estimated time of arrival for your belongings
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2023.04.02 07:23 deviantmoth Are height statistics outdated?

Apparently the average height for women in the UK is 5'3. When I was in year 10, only 14 years old. The majority of the girls in my year group were at least 5'5 and some taller. When I left school and got into college, I was 5'7 at time being 16 (I'm now 5'9) It was rare I saw a woman shorter than me. If I had to put a number on it, 20% of all the women I came in contact with. Now going out on my day to day business, most people are 5'5 or over. 5'3 is short. I have a hard time believe it's average because everything I've seen throughout my life has contradicted it. My sister is 13 and she's taller than 5'3 and her friends are roughly the same height as her and they're not even grown yet.
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2023.04.02 07:21 Simple_Warthog3984 Any tips to get the best of this Young Prospect in less than a month?

Any tips to get the best of this Young Prospect in less than a month?
Hi all, I am at my 4th straight season since long comeback.. -Playmaking Training from the start; -Havind decent all around players for last division football in small seaside Portugal xD -Made good cash from the early 1.000€-30.000€ 17 year olds I bought (and later from my first promoted YT guys), stadium revenue etc and have a Solid/Solid Coach; -I have this bro cookin almost 5 months and he is pretty maxed, should I do last 2/3 games some passing training to try to get the best or try to reveal Set pieces?? -Should I keep going for playmaking after promoting him? I currently have 10-12 trainees, 8 or 9 from my YT!
I'm pretty hyped for this guy, appreciate any feedback, love you guys
My hardworking, loyal to the shirt, farmers team
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2023.04.02 07:20 AutoModerator [Get] Mindvalley – Courses Collection (34 Courses) Download

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2023.04.02 07:16 Jolteon2889 Why is the shipping ridiculously expensive for this order? Shouldn’t it only be like 6 dollars at the cheapest?

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2023.04.02 07:14 alex9834 The Haters Guide to the 2023 NCAA Basketball Championship

This tournament sure was...something. In the 14 years that I have followed the NCAA Tournament I have never seen it get this crazy before. This was a complete 180 from last year's Tournament, where we only had Blue Bloods in the Final Four, and a blue blood champion. This year, it is not the case. We have CHAOS.
Now, let us take a look at the failures, and boy do I have a few words for some teams here...
Arizona Wildcats - For the third year in a row, we have a 15 over 2 upset in the opening round. And Arizona was offered up as this year's sacrifice. To be fair, this isn't as big of an upset compared to other 15-over-2 upsets. Believe it or not, I actually saw this coming. The moment Princeton was announced as the opponent, I knew Arizona was gonna go down early. The Tigers just outplayed them and held strong throughout the entire game. Just like in 1996, when they upset defending national champion UCLA in the first round, the Tigers' next upset would unsurprisingly come against a Pac-12 team. Man, 15-over-2 upsets are becoming a staple in March Madness now...future 2 seeds better watch out...
Virginia Cavaliers - This was yet another upset most saw coming, but my god...I'm still stunned by this. Virginia was even leading for most of the game, but then they just imploded near the end. That turnover...what the hell was that?
I swear, Virginia must have sold it's soul for a National Title back in 2019...
Iowa State Cyclones - I swear, the Cyclones are like destined to bow out early in the tournament. It's as if its required by law for them to fall early no matter how high expectations are for them. It wasn't even a contest, the Panthers just straight up slaughtered them. Iowa State is one of the next contestants for my next Legacy of Failure script. But only IF they meet certain conditions...
At least the Cyclones lost to an 11 seed, and 11 seeds at least have moderate success in the tournament.
At least they're not these sorry sacks:
Purdue's Boiler Explosion - What the fuck. What. The fuck. WHAT. THE. FUCK. WAS. THAT. Don't get me wrong, I knew you weren't going to make the Final Four this year. I knew you were going to choke. But as a #1 SEED IN THE FIRST ROUND?! When you were favored by TWENTY FOUR TO WIN?!! Do you realize what you have just done?! This is quite possibly the greatest failure in the history of college sports! This was your ALL-IN year, and you fall to a double digit seed for the third year in a row? Absolutely unacceptable. Matt Painter is on a SEARING hot seat now.
One word, Purdue: NUKE. Blow it up. You aren't winning with Painter. You aren't winning with this coaching staff. You aren't winning this core, and you aren't winning with these mentally fragile players who can't handle a shred of adversity.
Tick, tick, Painter and Lusk. It's time for a house cleaning in West Lafayette. Fucking Purdue... YOU BLEW IT!!!
Memphis Tigers - Penny Hardaway is getting Memphis on the right track. They won the AAC Tournament title over Houston, securing their second straight appearance in the Big Dance. But unfortunately, the Cinderella bug hit them, and it came in the form of Florida Atlantic, who won their first tournament game in school history. Memphis is still an interesting team nonetheless, and I'm eager to see how far Hardaway can take this team in the future.
Iowa Hawkeyes - Congratulations! Your team STILL can't make it past the first weekend of the tournament! This time you get rekt by Auburn. Fran McCaffrey continues to show that he cannot survive come March Madness despite his regular season successes. Iowa, if I were you I would find a new coach already. Fran is not the man.
Texas A&M Aggies - The Aggies had a solid regular season. They came close to winning the SEC Tournament title but got decimated by Alabama. Is this football or basketball I'm covering here? I'm confused. Anyway, it really seemed as if the Aggies had it in them to go on a reasonable run as they were a 7 seed, but then they went to Des Moines and got blown the fuck out by a team that hadn't won a tournament game in 22 years. The failure is always bigger in Texas...
USC Trojans - Despite losing the other Mobley brother to the draft last offseason, the Trojans still snuck their way into the Big Dance yet again. Unfortunately, Tom Izzo's Spartans killed any hopes they had of a deep run. The Trojans failed to conquer Sparta, and it's time for me to break out this scene from 300 again...
Providence Friars - After making the Sweet 16 last year, the Friars had another good team this season and were ranked for most of the latter half of the season. But unfortunately, Kentucky remembered last year's upset at the hands of Saint Peter's and decided to kill any hopes the Friars had of a deep run.
Baylor Bears - Once again, Baylor fails to make it past the second round. Despite maintaining most of the 2021 National Championship roster the Bears still cannot find it in themselves to get past the first weekend again. It wasn't even a contest, Creighton flat out controlled the tempo for the entire game. 2021 had better not have been a fluke for your guys...
Fairleigh Dickinson Knights - Congrats, FDU! You became the 2nd #16 seed to be a #1! Your consolation prize is blowing a late lead to Florida Atlantic in round two. Eh, who cares. You still pulled off the upset. The fact that this only happened 5 years after UMBC's stunning upset over Virginia is the most shocking fact about this too. Now, no #1 seed is safe. We are entering a period in the tournament where even the lowest seeds are now potential contenders. It'll be interesting to see how 2024's tournament goes...
Saint Mary's Gaels - Ah, it's that other WCC team. Congrats on winning another tournament game! Your prize is to get absolutely slaughtered by UConn. Great...
Penn State Nittany Lions - Congrats, Penn State! You won your first tournament game in 22 years! Even though you took the Longhorns to the limit, a big run just wasn't in the cards for you this year. Can we grant another tournament win to Penn State and put them in the Sweet 16 instead of Texas? They deserve it a lot more than Purdue...
Pittsburgh Panthers - Congrats, Pitt! You returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 7 years! You even won a tournament game too! Though all good things must come to an end, and you get upended by Xavier.
Indiana Hoosiers - What in the literal fuck was that supposed to be? Weren't you supposed to make a big run this year? This was the best team you've had in almost a decade and you just decided to crumble like that?! Sure, Miami was playing the game of their lives but it still shouldn't have been a 16-point blowout. Well, could be worse I guess. You could be Purdue...
Kentucky Wildcats - Let's start with the good news first: You were not upset in the first round this time. Instead you get eliminated by your old friends from K-State yet again. Which is good because we don't have to deal with more arrogance from the Kentucky fanbase this time. Nobody like Kentucky, so there was much rejoicing.
Duke Blue Devils - Even with Coach K no longer in the College Basketball world, the Blue Devils still manage to appear in the NCAA Tournament as a reasonably high seed. They managed to end Oral Roberts' foolish ambitions in the first round (I really wanted to make more sex jokes from that...), but then got absolutely BTFOd by Tennessee in the next round. The Evil Empire has been stopped yet again. But they'll be back here again. The Blue Devils never stay down for long...
Marquette Golden Eagles - HOW MANY TIMES DO WE HAVE TO TEACH YOU THIS LESSON, OLD MAN?! Once again, Shaka Smart cannot make it past the first weekend of the tournament. Tom Izzo's Spartans put him in his place yet again. For fuck's sake, it's been a DECADE since Smart's coaching schemes got exposed by John Beilein in 2013. And he still has not gotten the message. Did I ever tell you the definition of insanity, Mr. Smart?
Auburn Tigers - Thanks for allowing us to laugh at Iowa again, Auburn. Now enjoy getting slaughtered by Houston in the next round.
Kansas Jayhawks - For the second year in a row, the defending national champion falls in the second round. Kansas appeared as if they would have this game in the bag, as they led by as much as 10 throughout the game. But then the team just imploded. The Razorbacks fought their way back and managed to eke out the win in the final seconds. Cherish that championship, Kansas. It may be the only one you win for a while.
TCU Horned Frogs - It seems like TCU sports are on the rise as of late. Their football team made the College Football Playoff, and their basketball team entered the tournament as a #6 seed! They even won another tournament game! But unfortunately they failed to make us laugh at Gonzaga again, as the Bulldogs narrowly escaped with the win.
Northwestern Wildcats - Welcome back to the tournament again, Northwestern! Even though this is only your second NCAA tournament appearance, you managed to win another tournament game! But a deep run just wasn't in the cards for you this time. Even after giving UCLA all they could handle, it just wasn't enough. I hope the Wildcats are able to make it back here again someday. Chris Collins seems to have something good going at Evanston. Let's see how things go the next few years.
Missouri Tigers - Congrats, Missouri! You won your first tournament game in 13 years! Your reward is to get absolutely blown the fuck out by another set of Tigers...who were seeded 15th. Come on now. Sure, Princeton was playing the game of their lives, but it still shouldn't have been a 15-point blowout. You're one of the contestants for a future Legacy of Failure script, Missouri. Give me something to truly laugh at and it'll be icing on the cake.
Maryland Terrapins - I'm gonna save the Big Bill Hell's rant this time. The Terps seemed to put a decent fight in the first half, but the Crimson Tide decided that was far enough, and put them out of their misery.
Princeton Tigers - Congrats, Princeton! You returned to the Sweet 16 for the first time in 56 years, and are only the fourth 15 seed to reach the Sweet 16! Third one in a row to do so, in fact! But all good things must come to an end, and there was another team looking to end their own demons. Creighton returned to the Elite Eight for the first time since the year Pearl Harbor happened.
Alabama Crimson Tide - The third #1 seed to fall this tournament. The Tide controlled the tempo most of the game, but the Aztecs eventually took the lead and never looked back. Once again, Alabama's dream to be a champion in both football and basketball like Michigan did in 1989 has not come to fruition. Maybe next year?
Tennessee Volunteers - Tennessee manages to return to the Sweet 16. And that's as far as they go. It's time for them to be upset by an inferior team again, and this time it's Florida Atlantic. The only time it appeared as if the Vols controlled the game was in the first half. But then FAU decided they wanted to go further. They took the lead in the second half, even leading by as much as 10 points, but they didn't relinquish it, making their first ever Elite Eight.
Michigan State Spartans - Congratulations! Your team finally made it past the second round! But the Sweet 16 is as far as you go. And they screwed up big time. This was yet another game where MSU's opponent was doing their best to hand the game to them, but they once again couldn't capitalize on their mistakes. K-State was literally handing them the game on a silver platter. They blew multiple leads and were even pushed into overtime. They even let you stay in the game until the final seconds! But then you just had to fuck up and let Markquis Nowell dance on your ashes, even letting him make NCAA history in the process.
Houston Cougars - What the hell was that, Houston? That has got to be arguably the worst performance by a 1 seed in the Sweet 16 in recent memory! This was the best team you've had since the days of Phi Slama Jama, and you go and do THAT?! Jesus Christ, you're pathetic. It wasn't even a contest, Miami barely even had to fucking try! Well, at least you're joining a real conference in the Big 12 next season. Hopefully the opponents from that conference can toughen you up and make you more formidable in next year's tournament.
Xavier Musketeers - Congrats, Xavier! You returned to the Sweet 16 for the first time in six years! Enjoy getting absolutely mauled by the Longhorns.
UCLA Bruins - Now this was a shock to see. This was the absolute inverse of 2006. The Bruins build up a big lead, only for Gonzaga to come back and build a big lead...only for the Bruins to storm right back and go up by 1. Or not. Maybe this is a repeat of 2006?
"Strawther for the lead...BULLSEYE!!!!"
And the Bulldogs have finally gotten their proper revenge for 2006, where they lost in the West region after blowing a big lead in the Sweet 16. Adam Morrison laughs, and the rest of the country breaths as sigh of relief as they don't have to see Los Angeles win another championship.
Arkansas Razorbacks - Great job, Arkansas! You managed to knock off the defending national champions! Your prize is to get absolutely steamrolled by UConn in the next 23 points. Great...
Creighton Bluejays - Congrats, Creighton! You returned to the Elite Eight for the first time since WORLD WAR II!! And you're on the verge of becoming the first team from Nebraska to make the Final Four, beating out even the Cornhuskers! Imagine that! But it was not to be. The Bluejays built up a decent lead, and were on the verge of becoming the first #6 seed to make the Final Four since the Fab Five Michigan squad in 1992. But they couldn't hold it, as the Aztecs slowly crawled their way back. The Bluejays didn't really make any big mistakes, they didn't foul all that much, but at the end of the day it wasn't enough. They nearly sent the game into OT, but then...a last second foul call gave the Aztecs new life (Refball? You decide.). They would lose by a point. They were THAT close. But I honestly can't be mad at them. Still a successful season though. Hopefully next year you can get over the hump.
Kansas State Wildcats - I swear to god, K-State has to be the most unlucky team in NCAA Tournament history. This was their NINTH trip to the Elite Eight since their last Final Four berth in 1964 and they fell just short yet again. And like in 2010 and 2018, it was to a Cinderella team. First it was Butler. Then it was Sister Jean's henchmen from Loyola-Chicago. Now, it was FAU. Despite having a strong roster, the Wildcats once again could not end their long Final Four drought. Folks like to talk about Purdue being unlucky, but I think the real bridesmaid here is K-State. Just absolutely brutal. Which is why they're a candidate for my next Legacy of Failure script.
Texas Longhorns - This was very much a Days of our Steelers season for Longhorns basketball. Head coach Chris Beard was axed following an incident where he beat his wife (FUCKING IDIOT), and assistant Rodney Terry had to step in and clean up the mess. Thankfully, it was a good hire. Terry helped guide the Longhorns to their best season in ages, as they returned to the Elite Eight for the first time in 15 years. It appeared as if they were on the verge of returning to the Final Four for the first time in two decades! But then, the team straight up SHAT THE BED. Texas could not get anything going at all near the end of the game, as the Hurricanes came back from 13 points down to make their first Final Four. YOU BLEW IT!!!
Though lets be honest here, the refs were absolute dogshit. Calling blatant offensive fouls as fouls on the player guarding, are you fucking kidding me? Still, the Longhorns did screw up and blow that lead. Blame the refs all you want, but you want to know what would have helped? Not blowing a 13 point lead late in the second half. But at least Rodney Terry has shown that he can coach. Hopefully he can lead this Texas team to new heights in the future.
Gonzaga Bulldogs - pukes uncontrollably Fucking hell, are you kidding me? What the hell were you doing all game long? This was your ALL-IN year. You were the top scoring team in the country. You had the best player in the nation in Drew Timme! And you got absolutely beaten to a pulp by the team that beat you in your first Elite Eight appearance 24 years ago. Sure, UConn was playing the game of their lives, but it still shouldn't have been a near-30 point slaughter. You managed to unleash the Pandora's Box of Locusts known as UConn fans on the College Basketball world. Your Legacy of Failure continues. UConn is still getting the best of you after all these years, eh?
Florida Atlantic Owls - Oh my god, it's going to happen! The Owls are about to make history! They're up by 14! Sure the Aztecs cut that lead down to 1 in the final seconds, not to mention the refs are absolute shit, but the Owls are about to make history and become the first 9 seed to make the National Championship! Let's hear it for FAU!
"They don't have their scorers on the's Butler, with 2 seconds, he's gotta put it up and...-buzzer sounds- HE WINS IT!!! HE WINS IT WITH THE JUMPER!!! A San Diego State Miracle!"
OH MY MERCIFUL GOD!!! Well, this sucks. But it was still a successful season nonetheless. The third 9 seed to ever make the Final Four, and it happened in your second NCAA tournament appearance! Well, you'll be joining a better conference in the AAC next year. Hopefully you can make another big run like this again someday.
Miami Hurricanes - Congrats, Miami! You made your first Final Four in school history! And then the fun stops. UConn comes in to spoil the day. I would rip on Miami here, but nothing went right for this at all this game. Nothing. Missing 14 layups in the second half? Christ, that's brutal. Even though Jim Larrañaga tried his best to get Miami's stars on the right track, they were no match for the Huskies. Whenever Miami tried to strike back, UConn said 'Nope!' and put the Hurricanes on lockdown for the rest of the game. Nonetheless, this was a good run for Miami this year. You'll be back here eventually.
Whew, that was a crazy tournament. Now we're finally down to only two. And only one of these teams will be walking away with a championship.
Let's bring out contestant number one...
Connecticut Huskies
The Huskies have returned to the National Championship for the fifth time in school history, and for the first time in almost a decade. The last time they were here, the Final Four was held in the other major Texas metropolis of Dallas-Ft. Worth, and the Huskies became the first 7 seed in NCAA Tournament history to win a National Championship. Now, they are here for more.
The face of this revived UConn squad has been Jordan Hawkins, a sophomore from Maryland who has been this team's leading scorer in their past two matchups against Arkansas and Gonzaga, and it has been a long road for him. During the season opener he suffered his second concussion in his playing career and had to sit out the first two games, but he has thankfully made a full recovery and is playing better than ever. Joining him has been African sensation Adama Sanogo, a two-time first-team All-Big East award winner. He and Hawkins have been the bread and butter of this UConn squad, as both have been leading the team in scoring in a majority of games this season. Sanogo has also been this team's rebounding machine, as he has led the team in rebounds in all four of their tournament games so far. Rounding out UConn's Big 3 has been Andre Jackson Jr., who has been the Assists leader for this team in 18 games including the NCAA Tournament.
UConn has been the hottest team in this tournament thus far, as they've won each of their first four games by at least 10 points or more. Iona? 14-point win. #5 St. Mary's? 15 point win. #8 Arkansas, who just took down the defending national champs? 23 point win. #3 seed Gonzaga, who had three-time consensus All-American Drew Timme? Doesn't matter to them, they won by 28. #5 Miami? Even though the Hurricanes tried to put up a fight, they were beaten by 13. This Huskies team is absolutely unstoppable. The last two teams who won their first five tournament games by double digits both went on to win the national title - North Carolina in 2009, and Villanova in 2018. And it looks like history is about to repeat itself. UConn is hungry for it's fifth national title.
This #4 seed is playing like a #1 seed, and they are for sure the favorite to win it all. Just like every other time UConn has a solid team in the tournament, it's National Championship or bust.
Prepare for their wrath.
But not if their opponents have anything to say about it...
San Diego State Aztecs
The Aztecs have made it to the National Championship game. Exactly as everyone predicted at the start of the tournament. What this team reminds me of is the drug addict that has had numerous chances to get his shit together but constantly relapsed every time. And it's only through a reflection and a last second intervention that he starts to get clean.
For a while it felt as if San Diego State would never make it here. Former Michigan head coach Steve Fisher and his longtime assistant Brian Dutcher spent YEARS building this team into a contender. And the Aztecs have put up many elite teams over the years, but could only go as far as the Sweet 16 at best.
2011 seemed to be their year. They fell to UConn. In 2014, they were a 4 seed. They fell to Arizona. And after a series of first and second round eliminations, they finally got over the hump and made it to the promised land, though just BARELY.
This run has been far from easy for the Aztecs. They escaped by 7 points against Charleston in the first round. In the second they destroyed Furman, who just upset Virginia. Then came the Sweet 16, their opponent was the overall #1 seed in Alabama. It looked like another early exit for the Aztecs again. But then, a miracle happened. They rallied from 9 points down in the second half against Alabama to take the lead for good and make their first ever Elite Eight. And in their first Elite Eight, Creighton pushed them to the limit. However, they managed to overcome another deficit and escape by the skin of their teeth in the last second (Refball? You decide.). Same case in their first ever Final Four. They trailed by fourteen against Florida Atlantic, and it felt as if that was it. But then, the Aztecs pulled off another miracle to win by 1. That miracle's name? Lamont Butler. This team is the Energizer Bunny of the tournament. They will not die no matter how much stress you put on them.
SDSU's sudden appearance in the National Championship feels less like a "Glad you made it here!" and more of a "FINALLY!!". Considering all of the elite talent and top-tier coaching they've possessed over the years, it's still surprising that it took them this long to get here. But hey, better late than never.
Fuck you, Spanos!
The face of this San Diego State team has been Matt Bradley, a two-time First-team All-Mountain West selection. Alongside him is Ghanaian sensation Nathan Mensah, who is known for his immense wingspan of 7'4 ft, and has led this team in rebounds in two of their four wins this tournament. Other standouts on this Aztecs team include Jaedon LeDee, Micah Parrish, Darion Trammell, and Lamont Butler, who has led the team in Assists this tournament.
Brian Dutcher has built a winner this tournament, but we all know what his ultimate goal is - a National Championship. Though it wouldn't be his first. His first title came with the 1989 Michigan team led by Glen Rice and Rumeal Robinson, where he was an assistant under Coach Fisher. Now he's looking to win one as a head coach.
The Aztecs seek to become the first team from California to win a national title in basketball since 1995. That year, UCLA won their 11th National Title in school history by knocking off the "40 Minutes of Hell" Arkansas squad, a rather formidable opponent on par with this UConn team. And no team from California has done it since.
Will San Diego State be the team to break that drought, and become the fourth team from the Golden State to win a National Title? Will they become the first non-power five conference team to win a National Title since UNLV did it in 1990?
Will the Aztecs become the first team from San Diego to win a championship in either the pros or college, and break the San Diego sports curse?
And so, here it is. The Big East Empire of Doom, versus the Mountain West's only hope!
Time for battle.
Unfortunately, there will be no miracles this time. I think UConn has this one in the bag. They've been destroying their opponents with ease, like North Carolina and Villanova before them. No matter what you throw at them, they'll just push it aside like a cardboard box. Their 28-point win over a stacked Gonzaga team is proof of this. They always seem to have an answer for whatever their opponents throw at them, and therefore the choice is easy.
UConn will steamroll the Aztecs by at least 10 points and cruise to a 5th National Championship, tying with both Duke and Indiana for the fourth most championships.
Have a nice day.
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2023.04.02 07:13 Throwaway28485004 How to ask for help

Hey, I’m a first year uni student and I’m not diagnosed for an eating disorder but I think I have one mainly binge eating and it’s slowly getting worse and worse. It started with normal calorie counting because I was overweight, then avoiding certain foods, then exercising in excess, then spit and chew, then binging and now purging + constant body checking and pictures and a whole bunch of small things.
It’s very much exhausting, it’s only gotten bad in the last month causing me to fall behind in uni. I will start studying for 30 minutes then my mind thinks about food and I binge. Then I exercise to get rid of the food. I have binged for the last 14 days and I’m scared of stepping the scale. My stomach has bloated so much.
I’m just scared of reaching out for help because for one I don’t want my parents to find out because they’ll probably berate me or force me to eat more 💀 I really only know the resources at my uni but they’re overwhelmed and underfunded. I’m also scared that they’ll turn me away because I’m not sick enough because I’m technically at a healthy weight but my hair is falling out and my period hasn’t been normal for a year. It only came back during Christmas when I relaxed.
Now I’m worried because summer is coming and more of my body is gonna show. So it’s been a cyclical binge and restrict cycle. I’ve bought so much junk food this past month just to binge, spit and chew or purge it. So far, I’ve just left my credit card and debit card at home and that’s worked so far but eating junk food is still in the back of my mind.
The guilt consumes me and I’m exhausted.
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2023.04.02 07:10 Throwaway28485004 I’m scared to reach out for help but I’m very tired and I don’t have the supports at home for an eating disorder

Hey, I’m a first year uni student and I’m not diagnosed for an eating disorder but I think I have one and it’s slowly getting worse and worse. It started with normal calorie counting because I was overweight, then avoiding certain foods, then exercising in excess, then spit and chew, then binging and now purging + constant body checking and pictures and a whole bunch of small things.
It’s very much exhausting, it’s only gotten bad in the last month causing me to fall behind in uni. I will start studying for 30 minutes then my mind thinks about food and I binge. Then I exercise to get rid of the food. I have binged for the last 14 days and I’m scared of stepping the scale. My stomach has bloated so much.
I’m just scared of reaching out for help because for one I don’t want my parents to find out because they’ll probably berate me or force me to eat more 💀 I really only the resources at my uni but they’re overwhelmed and underfunded. I’m also scared that they’ll turn me away because I’m not sick enough because I’m technically at a healthy weight but my hair is falling out and my period hasn’t been normal for a year. It only came back during Christmas when I relaxed.
Now I’m worried because summer is coming and more of my body is gonna show. So it’s been a cyclical binge and restrict cycle. I’ve bought so much junk food this past month just to binge, spit and chew or purge it. So far, I’ve just left my credit card and debit card at home and that’s worked so far but eating junk food is still in the back of my mind.
The guilt consumes me and I’m exhausted.
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2023.04.02 07:10 Sacrioto Mary Anteke, the magnificent, the collector, she who even in the hardest times will press on, she whose fashion competes with the sunrise, and whose witticisms make gods scratch their own heads, and whose mere existence validates the existence of mankind as a whole. Praise be!

Name: Mary Anteke (Allegedly)
Gender: Female
Age: Somewhere between 2 and 3 centuries
Species: Looks like a human, but that is debatable
Character Level: 1
Role: Utility
Appearance: Mary has long black hair, red eyes, a pointy face, and an immaculate sense of style. She's very tall, standing at a few inches over 6 feet, and though she isn't skinny she's certainly on the lanky side. She dresses a loose brown suit with a dark blue tie, sometimes accompanied by a thick wool coat should the weather call for it.
Personality: Mary is rather old fashioned, and places immense importance to routine and punctuality. She's also quite fanciful, and obsessive over her hobby, leading to long winded explanations full of words that may or may not still be in use. She almost always prefers to do things "the old way", though she does not despite that which is modern. She's very polite, and isn't known to lose her temper. She also has a sense of humor. Not necessarily a comprehensible one, but it's there. Mary doesn't take anything too seriously; especially not her enemies.
STATS (12/12 points used)
Strength: +0
Constitution: +0
Dexterity: +4
Wisdom: +0
Intelligence: +4
Spirit: +0
Charisma: +4
Collector: Mary has a liking for bits and baubles of a certain variety. She can detect magical items within a 100 foot radius around her, and can know their general direction, but not their exact location. Additionally, she can haggle with merchants more easily when trying to purchase a magic item.
Conservative: Don't let it go to waste! When Mary uses a magical consumable, she only consumes half of it, giving her only half of the effect. She wouldn't dare to ever take the rest, rendering the item, essentially, useless.
[Core Actives]
Mend: A useful spell for aspiring collectors like herself. Mary touches an object that isn't significantly larger than herself (6'4) and reverses any damage or wear and tear it may have ever received. Of course, should this object be incredibly powerful in its prime state, then this spell is too weak and will not repair it. (3 slots)
Plunder Weapon: Mary teleports up to 30 feet, and may then teleport back to her original position. If she teleports towards an enemy, she can choose to steal their held weapon before going back. If the enemy succeeds a DC10+DEX (Mary's) Dexterity saving throw, they're not disarmed. If the enemy has no weapon, Mary scolds them. This isn't guaranteed to accomplish anything, but may hurt an enemy's pride. 4 turn CD. (4 slots)
Witch Hand: Mary conjures a green, magical hand at a location she can see. This can be used to grab and manipulate objects in the world in various ways. Additionally, if the hand claws an enemy, they take 4+INT necrotic damage. Alice receives 100% lifesteal from this attack. Ends after 4 turns, or if Mary loses line of sight. 4 turn CD. CD starts when the effect ends. (4 slots)
Fragile Goods: Surely, it's safer with her than whatever she took it from. Mary gains (non-stacking) 50% lifesteal and a +2 to defensive rolls when wearing magic armor or wielding a magic weapon. (3 slots)
Fancy Quarterstaff: A long silver pole, decorated with various fancy chains and chimes and trinkets, engraved magnificently, a beautiful weapon. Good for leaning against. Comes with an extendable umbrella. Deals 1d6+DEX bludgeoning damage.
Snazzy Clothes: Clothes that are snazzy, dapper, and in-style back in the 1800s. Offer no protection.
1k Gold: money makes the world go around.
One day, Mary was born. Another day, she became a collector. She took an intense interest in all items of magic, and collects them for some inscrutable purpose. Perhaps she holds nefarious plans for them; perhaps, benevolent ideals draw her towards treasure of this kind. Most likely, however, is that her collection is the result of a hobby.
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2023.04.02 07:09 AmazonDipz [Question] Recently Purchased 12 Pro Max iOS on 14.8

My previous 12 Pro Max was damaged; therefore, I thought I’d look out for another one on iOS 14.
I managed to discover an immaculate listing of whom the seller assured me the device was on iOS 14.2. I missed a listing for an iOS 15.1 device moments prior.
However, to my disappointment, it was on iOS 14.8☹️ And Fugu14 seems abandoned post-iOS 14.5.1.
On the day of arrival suddenly the apparent uncrackable later version have a new Jailbreak that’s been released (Fugu 15 Max) is announced🥸 I’ve since boxed it back up, most likely returning it.
What’s my best option? Acquiring a 12 Pro Max (or 13? Unsure if the upgrades worth much salt):
Also, anything on the horizon for iOS >15.4-16?
If anyone has any advice, I’d greatly appreciate it. Thanks!😊
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2023.04.02 07:09 oddnded 26 [M4F] US / Anywhere - Finding actual compatibility in the midst of watching F1

TL;DR: Oh well, suffer through the post, my dude. I'm trying to find a half decent connection at best. If you have a disdain for games, movies, banter, cars, or humor as a whole just pass me up. Also, if you're keen on one sided conversations too
I'm attempting to find an actual relationship, if it happens. The people I have spoke to over the last several years of my life are either too busy or are different people now. I miss having someone to talk and complain to everyday about whatever + that seemingly care, y'know? The idea of having a partner that fills that role sounds ideal
I will say it would probably be ideal if you could relate to like the older online era. I mean, we're talking like peak CoD lobbies, Habbo, and similar shit. Idk, it seemed like back then people were more fun. Lol I've found they're usually less sensitive too
Honestly, I could care less if it's SFW, NSFW, or a mix when it comes to conversations. I'm relatively open minded in general and don't take to getting offended easily for the most part. The only things I ask are for you to be somewhat close to my age, honest, and relatively blunt. I mean, bonus if you can relate to the tired feeling. Well, that or if you can tolerate it at the very least. I don't want to list an absurd amount about myself, because I feel that ruins actual back and forth to a degree, personally
About You: • Non-sensitive and can handle banter, jokes, and memes while also returning
• Somewhat available and able to reply in a decent amount of time
• Has an ability to express interest or converse about hobbies that aren't your own (on average used to people just passing by half of what I say)
• You can be equally boring as myself or worse tbh, as long as there's back and forth. If you're some mass extrovert then I can live vicariously through you in contrast lmao
• It would be cool if you enjoyed sharing music. I'm always looking for new stuff for my playlist
• You enjoy movies
I will say none of these are requirements. They're extremely preferred though tbh
About Me: • I turned twenty-six recently, and feel awful. Regardless, quarter life crisis is still persisting lol
• I have relatively awful internet. So, games take forever to update, think a day or two depending
• Tends to enjoy most forms of comedy, wether dark / offensive / dry etc + I agree with the stance of jokes being jokes
• Meme Archivarius and Aficionado
• I've been learning Norwegian for a few months now
• Cold weather / temps wins over hot weather / temps every time
• I have an absurd amount of hobbies; but, obviously frequent some more than others. So, the likelihood we at least share one in common is very high
• May as wells be a bottle of mental health issues, namely severe depression and general anxiety. So, if you struggle with mental health it's no issue. Honestly, would probably be nice if you can either relate or understand
• Sleeping is a struggle + my general sleep schedule is subpar
• Believes Elon Musk will end up creating catgirls, sooner or later
Replies as quick as I nut
So, aside from all of that, feel free to ask me anything you'd like to know about me. I'm a relatively open book. If you're out to try and steal my identity you'll probably just end up disappointed lmao. Hopefully this finds you well, my dudes. Feel free to send me a chat (´• `")ゝ
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2023.04.02 07:07 Impressive-Work-5770 Easy peasy

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2023.04.02 07:05 ishankgupta20 Adaptive battery off Stats

Adaptive battery off Stats
I don't know if it is something with my device or you are also having same stats while adaptive battery off, from many days i am getting not so good and not so bad stats. Yesterday i decided to turn off adaptive battery off and Got above stats. Whats your experience
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2023.04.02 07:03 georgedell234 My vyvanse dose is to low what do I do?

Currently I’m on 20 mg of vyvanse and then increasing to 30 after 14 days. I’m on my 5th day of vyvanse. I have little side effects and I have been having a slight focus increase, mood increase and slight motivation increase. I know that my dose is too low and 30 or 40 mg would work better. I have a lot of important things happening soon and I have been wondering what to do. I already have a appointment with my psychiatrist on April 18. Is it fine to push it early and ask for a increase? I’m not sure what to do, I dont know if asking for a earlier appointment for my doseage increase is weird…
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2023.04.02 07:02 MusicalVibez Great article on global moral issues worth sharing.

What will future generations condemn us for?

By Kwame Anthony Appiah
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Once, pretty much everywhere, beating your wife and children was regarded as a father's duty, homosexuality was a hanging offense, and waterboarding was approved -- in fact, invented -- by the Catholic Church. Through the middle of the 19th century, the United States and other nations in the Americas condoned plantation slavery. Many of our grandparents were born in states where women were forbidden to vote. And well into the 20th century, lynch mobs in this country stripped, tortured, hanged and burned human beings at picnics.
Looking back at such horrors, it is easy to ask: What were people thinking?
Yet, the chances are that our own descendants will ask the same question, with the same incomprehension, about some of our practices today.
Is there a way to guess which ones? After all, not every disputed institution or practice is destined to be discredited. And it can be hard to distinguish in real time between movements, such as abolition, that will come to represent moral common sense and those, such as prohibition, that will come to seem quaint or misguided. Recall the book-burners of Boston's old Watch and Ward Society or the organizations for the suppression of vice, with their crusades against claret, contraceptives and sexually candid novels.
Still, a look at the past suggests three signs that a particular practice is destined for future condemnation.
First, people have already heard the arguments against the practice. The case against slavery didn't emerge in a blinding moment of moral clarity, for instance; it had been around for centuries.
Second, defenders of the custom tend not to offer moral counterarguments but instead invoke tradition, human nature or necessity. (As in, "We've always had slaves, and how could we grow cotton without them?")
And third, supporters engage in what one might call strategic ignorance, avoiding truths that might force them to face the evils in which they're complicit. Those who ate the sugar or wore the cotton that the slaves grew simply didn't think about what made those goods possible. That's why abolitionists sought to direct attention toward the conditions of the Middle Passage, through detailed illustrations of slave ships and horrifying stories of the suffering below decks.
With these signs in mind, here are four contenders for future moral condemnation.

Our prison system
We already know that the massive waste of life in our prisons is morally troubling; those who defend the conditions of incarceration usually do so in non-moral terms (citing costs or the administrative difficulty of reforms); and we're inclined to avert our eyes from the details. Check, check and check.
Roughly 1 percent of adults in this country are incarcerated. We have 4 percent of the world's population but 25 percent of its prisoners. No other nation has as large a proportion of its population in prison; even China's rate is less than half of ours. What's more, the majority of our prisoners are non-violent offenders, many of them detained on drug charges. (Whether a country that was truly free would criminalize recreational drug use is a related question worth pondering.)
And the full extent of the punishment prisoners face isn't detailed in any judge's sentence. More than 100,000 inmates suffer sexual abuse, including rape, each year; some contract HIV as a result. Our country holds at least 25,000 prisoners in isolation in so-called super max facilities, under conditions that many psychologists say amount to torture.

Industrial meat production
The arguments against the cruelty of factory farming have certainly been around a long time; it was Jeremy Bentham, in the 18th century, who observed that, when it comes to the treatment of animals, the key question is not whether animals can reason but whether they can suffer. People who eat factory-farmed bacon or chicken rarely offer a moral justification for what they're doing. Instead, they try not to think about it too much, shying away from stomach-turning stories about what goes on in our industrial abattoirs.
Of the more than 90 million cattle in our country, at least 10 million at any time are packed into feedlots, saved from the inevitable diseases of overcrowding only by regular doses of antibiotics, surrounded by piles of their own feces, their nostrils filled with the smell of their own urine. Picture it -- and then imagine your grandchildren seeing that picture. In the European Union, many of the most inhumane conditions we allow are already illegal or -- like the sow stalls into which pregnant pigs are often crammed in the United States -- will be illegal soon.
The institutionalized and isolated elderly
Nearly 2 million of America's elderly are warehoused in nursing homes, out of sight and, to some extent, out of mind. Some 10,000 for-profit facilities have arisen across the country in recent decades to hold them. Other elderly Americans may live independently, but often they are isolated and cut off from their families. (The United States is not alone among advanced democracies in this. Consider the heat wave that hit France in 2003: While many families were enjoying their summer vacations, some 14,000 elderly parents and grandparents were left to perish in the stifling temperatures.) Is this what Western modernity amounts to -- societies that feel no filial obligations to their inconvenient elders?
Sometimes we can learn from societies much poorer than ours. My English mother spent the last 50 years of her life in Ghana, where I grew up. In her final years, it was her good fortune not only to have the resources to stay at home, but also to live in a country where doing so was customary. She had family next door who visited her every day, and she was cared for by doctors and nurses who were willing to come to her when she was too ill to come to them. In short, she had the advantages of a society in which older people are treated with respect and concern.
Keeping aging parents and their children closer is a challenge, particularly in a society where almost everybody has a job outside the home (if not across the country). Yet the three signs apply here as well: When we see old people who, despite many living relatives, suffer growing isolation, we know something is wrong. We scarcely try to defend the situation; when we can, we put it out of our minds. Self-interest, if nothing else, should make us hope that our descendants will have worked out a better way.

The environment
Of course, most trans-generational obligations run the other way -- from parents to children -- and of these the most obvious candidate for opprobrium is our wasteful attitude toward the planet's natural resources and ecology. Look at a satellite picture of Russia, and you'll see a vast expanse of parched wasteland where decades earlier was a lush and verdant landscape. That's the Republic of Kalmykia, home to what was recognized in the 1990s as Europe's first man-made desert. Desertification, which is primarily the result of destructive land-management practices, threatens a third of the Earth's surface; tens of thousands of Chinese villages have been overrun by sand drifts in the past few decades.
It's not as though we're unaware of what we're doing to the planet: We know the harm done by deforestation, wetland destruction, pollution, overfishing, greenhouse gas emissions -- the whole litany. Our descendants, who will inherit this devastated Earth, are unlikely to have the luxury of such recklessness. Chances are, they won't be able to avert their eyes, even if they want to.
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Let's not stop there, though. We will all have our own suspicions about which practices will someday prompt people to ask, in dismay: What were they thinking?
Even when we don't have a good answer, we'll be better off for anticipating the question.
Kwame Anthony Appiah, a philosophy professor at Princeton University, is the author of "The Honor Code: How Moral Revolutions Happen."
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Hi everyone, I am looking into ordering a GR86 but no dealer seems to want to be willing to do so and the ones that do still want to charge a markup of at least $4k - which is a hard pill to swallow as this is supposed to be an inexpensive sports car. I am looking to do a cash purchase - but they don't even want to do that and would prefer I finance lol. I already have a daily driver and this will mainly be a weekend/track day car for me. Don't want anything that is crazy fast just want to have fun and enjoy the car. All I want to do is order a Halo 6MT - with All weather mat's GR Appearence Package #1 , Paint Protection for Hood, Fenders, Door Cups and Mirror Backs and thats it. I even seen one marked up on the lot for $49k.... which to me is outrageous.
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