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2023.06.08 21:37 paulm19855 My hellish story

stupidly stopped 150mg venlafaxine abruptly October 2022. I tried to slowly taper on numerous occasions, however still experienced bad with-drawls. Upon reaching crisis point, I impulsively decided to stop cold turkey to “ get it over with). Since then i have had multiple meds changes and many physical issues.
Back story I initially engaged with psychiatry 2005 and have been diagnosed with OCD and depression . Tried many different anti depressants throughout my 20s , always working great immediately then stopped working making me feel worse mentally. I always stopped them ( over eight) as couldn’t tolerate the side effects.
I re engaged with psychiatry 2016. Having issues with low mood , OCD and sleeping problems. I was prescribed 150mg venlafaxine and 50mg quetiapine. At one point the quetiapine increased to 300mg ( no psychosis) , however remained at 50mg the majority of the time . In addition I have been prescribed 50mg lamictal since 2020. I was commenced on this shortly after stopping Concerta xl which i was on for one year 2019-2020. I had severe restlessness at night since stopping the Concerta xl ( dopamine downregulation) , however my psych was adamant it couldn’t have been the Concerta xl as “ it was out of my system”. Im unsure of his reasoning for including lamictal ( suspected hypomania ?) .
May 2022 i stopped 50mg quetiapine ( tapered to 25mg). I had severe issues with sleep and mood post quetiapine . I was then prescribed 7.5mg nightly zopiclone for the sleep issues , and I was assured it had NO with-drawls . As i’ve previously stated, i stopped the venlafaxine October 2022. Initially i had the usual with-drawl symptoms, severe brain zaps, flu like symptoms etc. After two weeks came severe insomnia , constant pacing and restlessness , which i suspect may have been akathisia . I visited my GP and was prescribed pregabalin which, within 4 weeks was titrated up to 300mg. I started then to develop suicidal ideation and began tapering the pregabalin. Each 25mg drop proved intolerable, in which I experienced severe crying spells, all over restless legs , racing looping thoughts and pacing. During this time period nov 2022 to feb 2023, i was also trialled on pramipexole( which i discontinued after six weeks and also 40 to 80mg propranolol. However during Nov 2022, i started to notice and develop red swollen feet ( oedema ) with veins dilated on them , and a sensation of burning soles. At this point i had the blood pooling all day which was worse at rest. I noticed that when i elevated my feet the pooling went away. I suspected the red pooling could have been from the pregabalin due the peripheral oedema side effect. However , i was tapering Pregabalin and cognition continued to drop, more insomnia , appetite loss, more restlessness , reduced sexual function and severe depression . In desperation i visited private neurologist who stated that nothing abnormal showed on neurological exam . As i further dropped the pregabalin to 175mg, tinnitus increased , blood pooling in feet when standing, painful toes, severe depression ( due to with-drawl and circumstances, and what i now believe to be akathisia ( severe inner restlessness ) looping thoughts and wanting to tear my skin off sensation. Also had harm OCD thoughts very vividly playing out in my head . Never have I experienced intrusive thoughts as vivid as this.
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2023.06.08 21:36 klutzycat1975 [21/M] - Social Introvert Looking For Some New Friends!

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Photography is super epic, even though I'm far from being a professional photographer, even on a more amateur level I love being able to capture any moment in time and tell a story all without saying any words at all.
Speaking of stories, I love reading and writing, and tend to mostly right horror-fiction as horror is highly epical and my favorite genre in general. Hit me up if you have some cool spooky stories to share :0
Music is a huge part of my life, I always have a song playing in my head. My favorite genres are punk, post-punk, indie, alternative, gothic, and avant-garde. So yeah, my taste is kinda all over the place lol. Some of my favorite bands are The Pixies, Fugazi, Sonic Youth, and Bauhaus. DM me if you need some new song suggestions or would like to share some music! I love sharing my favorite songs :)
I love nature (kinda generic I know LOL) but there's something so special being surrounded by the earth's natural beauties. Gazing upward toward the sky and seeing the tree's crowns brush up against the clouds, hearing the birds and all their beautiful melodies, it really is serene. I also love hiking!
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2023.06.08 21:36 thecodebenders [WTS] Vortex AMG UH-1 Gen 2 + Micro3x Combo and OdinWorks 21" 6mm Arc Barrel

Timestamp: https://imgur.com/a/OmflQSJ Vortex AMG UH-1 Gen 2 + Micro3x Combo - $550 Glass is clear as could be, minor salt on the UH-1 body. Trying this again.
Odinworks 21" 6mm Arc Barrel w/ adjustable gas block and RifleXL gas tube - $300 It didn't quite give me the extra velocity I was hoping for over 21" but was plenty accurate. Past 1000 yards, it will keep you above transonic with factory 105/108 Hornady where it's pushing it with 18". Everything has around 100 rds through it trying loads.
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2023.06.08 21:36 IvyRoney A Guide to supplementing your income in the UK

I posted a list like this on the sub a while ago and it seemed to be helpful to a lot of people, so what I've done is expanded on all the ways one can earn extra money in the UK, and also separated them by category.
As always, the best advice for someone who needs more income is probably to get a better paying job or to work towards a promotion in their career, however, these things can also take quite a long time to achieve.
This list is for people who are looking for ways to supplement their income right now, and who would benefit from having a little extra each month to tide them over until their situation improves.
Anyway, Here is the list:


(1) Usertesting:
With this site, you test out the usability of apps and websites and get paid for it. Many of the tests only take 10 minutes and pay around £8.50 per, which is really good. Of course, you won't qualify for every test you apply to, but even if you apply to 10 and only qualify for 1, you're still going to be earning around £8.50 for that half hour of your time, as it only takes a minute or two to apply for each test. There are also longer tests you can apply for, which pay much more.
Your work consists of interacting with 'prototype' or ‘in production’ websites or mobile apps while speaking out loud to share your thoughts, emotions, criticisms, and suggestions. For the longer tests, you will sometimes have to video call with someone while you are completing the user test, which may sound a little offputting at first, but you'll find that this actually makes the hour go much faster than if you were doing an hour of shorter tests.
(2) Userlytics:
Like with Usertesting, you are getting paid for your feedback as you test out the usability of apps and websites. Again, you will have to have your microphone (and sometimes video) enabled while you share your impressions of the video, website, prototype, app, etc. that you are testing.
This site also pays quite well for the time you need to put in per test. Typically, the shorter tests pay around £4-£8, while longer tests can pay up to around £70, though qualifying for these is not a common occurrence in my experience.
It's important to note, that with this site and all testing sites, different people will qualify for different tests based on the answers they give in the screeners, which determine if you are a suitable candidate for the test you're applying for. With this in mind, my advice is to stay determined and keep applying, because you never really know when you'll be the perfect candidate for a test, and sometimes the test you're a perfect fit for will be one of the highest paying.
(3) Intellizoom:
This site is very similar to the others in that you are being paid for your feedback.It contains "Think out Loud" studies which require you to talk as you complete various tasks. Like with the other testing sites, what you earn will depend on what studies you're a match for. This site doesn't have quite as high an earning potential as other testing sites, with studies that require you to record video and audio usually paying around £8.50, and standard studies paying around £1.50.
(4) Testingtime:
Again, with Testingtime, you're being compensated for testing apps, websites and other products. Your value as a tester comes from the fact that you're helping to influence the development of future products and services.
(5) Utest:
This isn't a site I see mentioned too often. It's essentially the same as the others in that you'll be matched with testing projects based on the information you've entered on your profile. The majority of projects involve functional testing, where testers use an app or website and look out for bugs and issues.

Projects & Tasks:

(1) Teemwork:
A crowd-sourcing site where you can complete various jobs and tasks. There is a great variety of jobs available, with tasks such as translation, evaluation, and video/audio collection showing up frequently. It would take a long time to list the all various tasks that appear on this site, as there really is a varied amount of work available on a daily basis.
This site pays very well for the time you put in, with many tasks paying £25-£30 for less than an hour of your time. When you first sign up, you may not see a huge amount of jobs available, but I would recommend checking back as often as you can, as some days there is a lot more available work than others. This site also pays out to Paypal.
(2) Appen:
This is a site where you can apply to work on various projects online, including social media evaluation, translation, data collection, surveys, paid conversation and many more. The rate of pay is very competitive, with some jobs paying up to £20 per hour. Most jobs pay around £11-£15 per hour (which is still great for online work) and I have not found it difficult to qualify for projects.
The potential earnings from this site over the course of a year can easily enter the £100s or even £1000s, so if it's not on your radar it really should be.
Apply for as many projects/tasks as you can, it's well worth taking the time to apply because even if you get one project, that can be hours of work at a great hourly rate.
(3) Clickworker:
Like others listed, Clickworker is a 'task for pay' site. Very similar to Neevo in that the tasks you perform are used to help train AI.
There's a decent variety of tasks available, my favourite being voice recordings of various sentences and phrases. There are also many tasks that revolve around taking photos of random things. The payment is fast and reliable and uses Paypal, never had any problems with these guys.
My advice is to get onto the UHRS section of the site to earn more money, there's a banner at the top of your jobs section which you can click to qualify for UHRS. You'll need to do a sort of exam to qualify, but it's mostly just a test of your English comprehension skills as far as I remember.
(4) Neevo:
Companies submit projects to Neevo to help improve their AI systems. When you’re a match for a project, you’ll be asked to complete a set of simple tasks, which could be in the form of text, audio, images or even video.
It's a straightforward 'task for pay' site. They payout through Paypal and the variety of jobs is good. I check this site every now and then, I know it's a smaller earner so I don't like to give it too much of my time. My advice would be to keep your eyes peeled for higher paying jobs that come along, Some of the lower paying tasks aren't really worth it for the time you need to put in.

Studies & Research:

(1) Prolific:
This is definitely one of the top paid study sites around. With Prolific you get paid cash for engaging in the research of Academics and Universities from around the world. There are Surveys and studies about scientific research, new products and public opinion. From minutes to hours, to multipart studies over longer periods, there's a respectable range of studies to participate in.
This site pays out to Paypal, it has a range of interesting surveys, and studies pay a minimum of £6.50 per hour. Each study or survey tells you the amount you'll be paid for completing the task and also gives you the hourly rate of said task, which is very useful.
If you compare Prolific to other Study/Research sites, like Respondent or User interviews, for example, you might at first notice that the pay per task is much lower. However, what sets Prolific apart from sites with higher paying studies is the frequency with which you'll receive tasks. I often leave the Prolific tab open while I'm working on something else, and it's not unusual to receive 5-6 short studies over a 2-3 hour time period. The advantage here is that you'll receive tasks based on the information you've entered on your profile, whereas on other paid research sites, you would be applying for higher paying tasks with screeners, but it may not be often that you get accepted for the studies you apply for.
(2) Respondent:
I'm sure some of you have heard about Respondent, It's a site where you get paid for taking part in various studies. The studies can be both remote and in-person but these days most of the available studies are remote.
It doesn't take long to apply to studies so even if you don't qualify, you haven't wasted too much time. Also, the pay is excellent when you do qualify, with studies generally paying between £10-£150, depending on the type of study and the amount of time it takes (Generally ranges from 15-90 minutes).
It's not really a site that you can depend on for frequent payouts, but even if you land a few studies that pay £60 or £70 each, you're doing very well for the time you put in, so I do think this one is worth checking every day if you have 5 minutes to spare.
(3) User Interviews:
User Interviews is a site where you get paid to take part in various studies. There are normally a lot of studies available to apply for and the screeners are usually short and sweet.
This one has a high earning potential, due to the vast variety of study topics offered on the site. If you check your homepage frequently enough, it won't be long before you find a study that is looking for an applicant with your background/interests. Studies can pay anywhere from around £8-£200.
(4) Grapevine Panel:
A market research site where you get paid for your input as you participate in group discussions and one-to-one interviews. You'll be notified by email when projects become available and it pays quite well for the time you put in.
(5) Dscout:
So with this site you are rewarded for helping with Market Research. The way this works is that you are given "missions" where you offer your opinions/feedback on various products or services in exchange for payment.
The Pay is good and the payout is received promptly through PayPal. I also like that you answer photo and video questions, it keeps me a bit more engaged.
Although the pay per task is reasonable, I wouldn't say that the frequency of available tasks is its strong point. Check as often as you can for available missions and apply for all of them. It may take a little bit of time to get your first mission but once you do, more and more will appear.
(6) Angelfish Opinions:
Another market research site where you get paid to take part in focus groups and surveys. Pays £1-£100 per task.
(7) People for Research:
Get paid to take part in market research. This site pays very well, with many projects offering £40-£80 per hour.
(8) Focus Force:
A research group that pays for your opinions and various products and services.
(9) Focus 4 People:
Get paid up to £150 for your participation in various research projects.


(1) Qmee:
A site/app where you get paid to help influence products and services by completing surveys.One of the stand-out advantages of Qmee is that you can cash out whenever you like, from as little as 1p, and it also pays out to Paypal.
There is usually a decent amount of surveys available, and for a paid survey site, the pay is relatively good.
(2) Attapoll:
An app where you get paid for answering surveys.
The surveys have a star rating so you can see which ones are most popular amongst users. The payout is fast and I find myself using this app more and more when I'm doing idle things like taking the train or on lunch break.
You can cash out to Paypal once you have earned £3. As with the majority of paid surveys, you're certainly not going to earn a fortune, but if work is scarce on some of the higher earning sites, then it's always good to have these types of tasks as a safety.
(3) Lifepoints:
Another reliable Survey site, You share your opinions on numerous products and brands and get paid for it.
There's a nice variety of surveys available every month and at certain points throughout the year larger surveys appear which pay quite well, it's just a matter of checking your jobs page often enough to catch these. Also Pays out through Paypal.
My advice would be to be patient. Some days it may seem that there are very few surveys available, but check back the next day and there could be much more after appearing.


(1) Rev:
With Rev, you'll be paid to transcribe speech in audio and video files. If you're unfamiliar with this type of work, all it is is converting speech into text, like creating subtitles for a video, for example.
As a Transcriptionist, you can earn around 20-90p per audio/video minute. As a Captioner, you can earn around 40-90p per audio/video minute. If you also know a foreign language, then you can earn even more. This site pays out to Paypal weekly.
(2) Way With Words:
This is another popular transcription site. You'll earn around 35p-£1.50 per audio minute, depending on the project, and you'll be paid into your bank account monthly.

Content Moderation:

(1) Modsquad:
This is a site where you get paid to moderate content and help manage various online communities. The upside of this type of work is that it's flexible and you can choose projects that align with your own interests and knowledge.
The amount you earn depends on what kind of project you're working on and what skills you have. If it sounds like something you might be interested in, then all you need to get started is a computer, an internet connection, and a phone.
(2) Crisp Thinking:
With Crisp Thinking, the type of work you're applying for is something known as a 'Risk Analyst Contractor'. I know, it sounds like a very niche type of job, but in fact, it is content moderation just like Mod squad.
Essentially your role is to identify risks in online content. You can apply for this project by joining the waiting list on Crisp Thinking, found at the bottom of the 'careers' page, reading: 'If you wish to apply for freelance moderation work, find out more here'
I have read that this work pays very well, which is why there is usually a waiting list, but if it sounds like something you could see yourself doing in your spare time, then you might as well apply and hope for the best.


(1) Fiverr:
Offer your services as a Freelancer and get paid. You can earn a lot from the "gigs" you post, but you'll need to have some kind of service you can offer that people will pay for. I'd recommend taking a look at what other people are posting and seeing if you could offer similar work.
You'll need to think of some kind of service that you can charge money for, but this can be just about anything. This also means that there's unlimited earning potential because you're creating your own work.
(2) Freelancer:
Another great site where you can offer your services as a Freelancer. You can post projects offering whatever category of skill you possess, be it ghostwriting, programming, data entry, or blogging. If you have a service to offer, then you can get paid for it on this site.
Like with Fiverr, I would recommend taking a look at the home page of the site to see what kind of services other users are offering. This will likely give you some ideas of the type of projects you could post, because even if you don't think you have a skill you could charge money for, you probably do.
(3) People Per Hour:
I like this one because you can send proposals to complete a certain task. For example, you might see a post where someone wants a person to write social media posts or proofread a piece of work.
There's always a good variety of jobs available, and the more you build up your profile, the more work you'll get.
(4) Guru:
Another popular freelancing site. Essentially the same as Fiverr or Freelancer.


(1) Vinted:
This is a great Site/App where you can sell your old clothes. Maybe it doesn’t sound like your thing or you don’t think you have anything fashionable enough to sell. Believe me, You can sell any item of clothing here.
I’ve sold clothes here in the past and have been pleasantly surprised with a nice few sales. The process of signing up and getting started selling is very easy, and the items of clothing you list will likely receive attention even if you aren’t a top seller.
(2) Facebook Marketplace:
Sell your old stuff. This one should honestly be mentioned in every thread where someone has asked how to make some extra cash in a hurry.
We all have stuff we don't use anymore lying around the house and as obvious as it may sound, the items that seem old and worthless to you will be new and exciting to someone else.I'm talking anything, literally anything: Old clothes, books, plant pots, gadgets you don't use anymore, furniture, homemade crafts etc.
Old Clothes seem to really sell fast, which isn't surprising because people get excited when they see something that's their style and really cheap. So clear out your wardrobe.
If you're into crafts, you could sell stuff you've made there too. The point is, You could easily make £50-£100 or more if you do a thorough sweep of your house for stuff you don't want/use anymore.
(3) Fat Llama:
This is a site where you can rent out pretty much anything. I first discovered it when I was trying to find a cheap place to rent some tools.
You can browse the site and see what kind of things other people are renting out, you'd be surprised by the number of items in your own home that you might not have use for but others would be happy to rent from you for the day.

Something Different:

(1) Rover:
This one is quite a great site where you can offer your services as a dog sittedog walker. You can have dogs dropped off at your home and get paid to look after them for a duration of time.It's ideal for people who miss having pets or who get a bit lonely working from home, etc. The pay is usually around £20 per day for dog sitting, maybe £6-£10 for dog walking. If you're at a loose end anyway or just feel like having a furry companion during your free time, This site is a nice way to earn a little money and make some canine friends.
You just make a profile and enter your address so people in your area can find you, Bonus points if you have a dog in your profile photo with you.
(2) My Tutor:
MyTutor is an online-tutoring site, I don’t see this site mentioned a whole lot but it really is a gem. This one is ideal for students and recent graduates, but if you have skills or knowledge in any teachable subject then you should check it out. You don’t need any previous experience as a tutor to work here.
You can earn up to £20 per hour and the work is rewarding and meaningful because you are helping others to learn. It’s also very “social” online work, which some people may see as a nice change.
Also, If you like the idea of tutoring but don't have knowledge in any of the teachable subjects listed on My Tutor, There is also the option of teaching ESL, which you can do a quick TEFL course on and may be worth the investment if you think you'd be interested in that type of work. It can be quite a good earner too. You can do these classes freelance or work for an online company such as Preply or Hallo.

Referral Offers:

The offers below will allow you to earn around £150. This is a handy list if you need to earn a decent amount of money in a short amount of time. For some of these offers, you can withdraw the money you earn back to your bank account on the same day, but for some of the offers on the list, it will take longer.
Important: In order to get the bonuses from the offers below, you will need to sign up to each app/site through a referral link. There is a subreddit called 'beermoneyuk' where you can find referral links for any of the below-mentioned offers by searching the subreddit for 'Monzo', 'Luno', 'Zilch' etc. and you'll find plenty of posts with referral links and more detailed steps on how to complete each of the offers below:
Monese (£5): Deposit and spend £1 to receive £5 to your account.
Monzo: (£5) Deposit and spend £1 to receive £5 to your account.
Zilch (£5): Sign up through a referral link, Verify your ID and you will see 500 points (worth £5) appear in your account.
Shares (£5): Sign up through a referral link and verify your ID. Deposit £1 and you will Instantly receive £5 which you can withdraw after 30 days.
Snoop (£5): Sign up and link a bank account. After 28 days you will receive an amazon voucher by email worth £5.
Luno (£10): No referral link needed for this one, Just download the Luno app, sign up & verify ID (5 mins) and enter a BP code into the 'rewards' section of the app. You will instantly be credited with £10 BTC. Absolutely free, No Deposit or Purchase necessary.
Cashapp (£10): Free £10 when you sign up through a referral link and send £5 to another Cashapp user (Someone you know who will send the £5 back to you).
Wombat (£10): Sign up and open a general investment account, you will receive £10 for free. Invest your £10 and hold it for 90 days.
Coinbase (£35): No deposit or purchase needed, just go to the site and earn ~£15 by learning about different cryptocurrencies. Earn an additional £20 by signing up to the site through Top Cashback and making a single transaction. There is no minimum amount for this transaction, simply buy the smallest amount of a cryptocurrency that you can on Coinbase and you will be eligible for the cashback.
Revolut (£12): Sign up to Revolut and go to the "learn" part of the crypto section of the app, you can earn around £12 for completing the cryptocurrency quizzes, which you can then convert to GBP and withdraw.
Go Henry (£20): Sign up, Deposit £20 and get £20 Free.
Tik Tok (£11): Sign up to Tik Tok through a referral link and receive £11 when you log in 7 days in a row.
Paypal (£20): Sign up through a referral link, link a bank account, and send £5 (to someone you know). You will receive £20 to your account.

Bank Switching:

Bank switching has become quite well known on the sub, but understandably a lot of people are hesitant to try it out because it seems like too much effort or because it may affect their credit score.
I have done a few bank switches in the past year, and was pleasantly surprised by how easy they were. It's essentially free money for what usually amounts to less than an hour of your time.
The only thing I would say is that if you're applying for a mortgage soon, it is probably best to give these a miss, as they may affect your credit score.
With that said, Bank switching is a great way to earn a decent amount of extra cash (Up to £850), and you can actually earn more from these switch offers if you sign up through cashback sites, so you should check if there is a cashback offer available on Topcashack, Quidco, etc. before completing each switch.
Note: Below are short summaries of the requirements for each bank switch, however, you should go to the wesbite of each bank mentioned below and read the full details of each switch before you complete it.

(1) First Direct Switch: £175
Switch an existing bank account to First Direct, Pay £1000 into the account within 3 months of switching, and Receive £175 to your account.
(2) Co-op Bank: £125
Switch to Co-op Bank through a refer a friend link, Set up 2 direct debits, Deposit £800, Make 5 card payments and register for online banking. Then complete an online form with your details ( name, switch date and account number) and you'll receive £125 to your account.
(3) Lloyds Bank: £150
Switch to a Lloyds Club account. You don't have to set up any direct debits or deposit any amount of money, but this account does have a £3 monthly fee, so you'll probably want to downgrade as soon as you receive the £150 bonus, which should be within 10 working days of your switch.
(4) HSBC: £200
You need to: Switch to HSBC, Be approved for an optional arranged overdraft, Set up two direct debits and Deposit £1500 within 60 days. You will then receive a £200 bonus to your account.
(5) RBS/ NatWest/ Ulster Bank: £200
You can only receive the £200 switching bonus from one of these 3. In order to get the bonus you must: Switch an existing account, Deposit £1250 within 60 days, and Log onto mobile banking within 60 days. You will then receive £200 to your account.

That's all that I can think of right now for this list. I hope this post is of help to some people and if you have any questions about anything I mentioned just ask and I'll do my best to answer.
Thanks for reading.
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2023.06.08 21:36 Abject-Crab-5078 5000D and QL Corsair fans 120m For sale

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2023.06.08 21:35 schmultron A research project on preserving fan communities on social media

Hi! My name is Shirley Chan, and I am a PhD student at Lund University in Sweden. My study focuses on information produced by online communities on social media platforms, specifically fandoms and the challenges of capturing community narratives for the future.
What is the project about?
Challenges in preserving digital information arise as content is easy to distribute and edit, containing textual, visual, and moving media. It also characterises social media sites, which leads to difficulties in documenting the original context of the content. Due to the dynamic nature of digital information and social media sites, social and cultural expressions risk becoming inaccessible soon, for example, the cultural practices found in the multiple online fan communities. In recent years, discussions have also been concerning preserving information created on social media, highlighting legal and user-privacy concerns. At the same time, the extensive documentation and storage of user information on social media have received public and research attention. How can social media's user-generated content and user data be understood currently and in the future? What challenges do these types of information bring?
As a previous participant in fan communities, I think fan culture is crucial to document as it shows multiple ways to engage with culture. Still, it highlights the creativity and sense of community arising from being a fan. Therefore, I would like to study Marvel communities on Tumblr and Reddit to see how communities within the same fandom look on different platforms. Furthermore, it can help me identify the challenges of capturing community narratives on different structured social media platforms.
I choose to study communities surrounding the Marvel franchise to do this study. When starting this project, I wanted to learn more about communities I had no previous experience with. Thus, I found the Marvel studios subreddit interesting since much activity and content was produced. My personal connection with the Marvel universe is via the MCU franchise, primarily the movies (the first Marvel movie I saw was GotG!). However, I have been quite selective with what releases to watch until this project. When starting this project back in the fall of 2020, I decided to watch all the marvel movies and series in release order to understand the topics discussed in the Marvel communities. I would say that I got pretty immersed in the Marvel universe after watching all the movies and series released so far (it took a couple of months).
How is material collected?
From June 2021 to May/June 2022, I conducted field observations and 14 interviews with participants of this subreddit, offering great insights into the community's activities and how Reddit is understood and utilised by its users.
The field notes and interview transcripts are safely stored on Lund University's servers and pseudonymised, which entails removing any personal information linked to the participants' physical identities and/or usernames.
How is the project going?
Last year I processed, transcribed, and coded some of the collected material and began writing on the analysis. In May/June of the same year, I wrapped up the field observations, which offered great insights into your community’s activities and how its users understand and utilise Reddit. Currently, I am continuing with the analysis and writing of the thesis, focusing on processing field notes taken during the observations. I might also revisit your community if needed.
Participation is voluntary! You are welcome to message me here on Reddit if you have any questions or want to opt-out of the project entirely - any information connected to you and your activities on Reddit will not be included in the collected material. There is a longer description of my thesis project via my Lund University website if you want to read more: https://www.kultur.lu.se/en/person/ShirleyChan/
Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.08 21:35 baeslick 1st "True" Attempt Post-NGN Update: Best Resources?

Hey, all:
I graduated from nursing school May 2020, just as COVID hit. I experienced a slew of life events that kept me from passing the NCLEX on my first 2 attempts. I currently work as a graduate PCT on an education unit for nursing students. It's a really good unit to refresh my training and skills.
What resources/test banks/etc. are going to maximize my chances of passing the NCLEX? I say 1st "true" attempt because it will be the first sitting for the test prepared to pass. Failing might require me to take a remedial course in order to attempt a 4th time.
I've heard great things about Archer. I used UWorld and Hurst Review and almost passed on my 1st attempt. All advice, tips, and/or insights are appreciated. :)
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2023.06.08 21:35 throwaway862686 [England] Executor holding money for under 18s in his name

Five years ago my children were left £1000 each by their grand father. His wife’s new husband was named as executor and I knew nothing about it until a passing conversation saying once my eldest turns 18 later this year he’ll be given his money.
It turns out for the last five years the money has been held by the executor mixed in with his own money.
Each of the children has a child trust fund which the money could, and I believe should have been put in if the original idea was to hold it until they come of age.
Is there any recourse as I’m annoyed that five years have passed and it’s not been invested, or put aside into an account or something in the children’s name.
Is it upto the executor how and when the money is given to the children? Is what they have done allowed if not a bit “suss” due to lost interest etc?
What happens if he dies himself, how will anyone know what is the children’s money?
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2023.06.08 21:35 booksandstuff_ Historical Romance

Hello there! My name is Kate and I'm 20 years old. I am looking for a roleplay partner to do a historical romance with, set during the 19th century (think of Bridgerton, Downton Abbey, Queen Charlotte, for example...)
Some tropes that I really enjoy are:
- slow burn
- opposites attract (grumpy x sunshine)
- enemies to lovers (or dislike to love)
- forced proximity
- arranged marriage
My preferences:
- I can write in 1st or 3rd person, it depends on what you prefer
- I tend to write more lengthy paragraphs (one to four paragraphs). If you write back with only a few sentences, it will be difficult to keep the story going
- I am semi lit / lit
- I only write with people who are 18+ because I don't feel comfortable writing with people who are underage
- We can discuss who will play the male character and who will play the female character
- We can write on Reddit or Discord, whichever you prefer
Still here? Great! If you're interested you can write me a PM, but please write more than just 'I want to RP'. We can figure out a storyline together, or maybe you already have something in mind? Let me know!
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2023.06.08 21:35 Nic_Cag3 [US-CA][H] Vita OLED Modded, Vita TV Limited Edition (Systems) Vita, PSP, PS1, Super Nintendo, Famicom (Games) [W] PayPal

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2023.06.08 21:35 Dsg1695 Is my current job a downgrade from my last job?

I’ve worked in higher ed combined for about 3 years, a little over 2 years as an Academic Advisor for a for profit school & currently at a nonprofit school working as an Financial Aid Advisor for a little over a year. I work remotely in my current role & at the last job it was initially on site & transitioned to temporarily remote bc of COVID. As an Academic Advisor I hated being held accountable for students failing or not being responsive considering they’re grown adults & shouldn’t have to be handheld for every little thing plus I didn’t like mgmt & I know the feeling was mutual. Now as an Financial Aid Advisor I prefer mgmt/my team as a whole so far & don’t feel micromanaged (at least not as much as my last job). At my last job I started at $17.78 (FL) & right before I left they raised us to $20. I was eager to leave knowing I’d be expected to return to the office permanently after COVID. I make $18 atm & in July I’ll get my annual raise (4%). This role is remote, better benefits & a 401k but I feel like I make less bc of benefit deductions. The job is a call center & is always busy, while the other job was also like a call center but not as non-stop. While I prefer the culture here I can’t ignore the fact I made more at the last job. Am I looking for reasons to nitpick or making a good point? I’m looking for work actively but no luck, it’s like ugh you can’t have it all
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2023.06.08 21:35 TheBiasedSportsLover Erling Haaland is the youngest player to win the European Golden Shoe since a 20-year-old Ronaldo Nazario in 1996-97 season

I couldn't find this interesting fo else, so I create this thread by a self post instead.
I'll judge how old they were at the time of their last league-
From youngest to oldest
Season 1996-97: 20-year-old Ronaldo Nazario with 34 La Liga goals
Season 2022-23: 22-year old Erling Haaland with 36 Premier League goals
Season 2007-08: 23-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo with 31 Premier League goals
Season 2009-10: 23-year-old Lionel Messi with 34 La Liga goals
Season 1997-98: 24-year-old Nikos Machlas with 34 Eredivisie goals
Season 2011-12: 25-year-old Lionel Messi with 50 La Liga goals
Season 1998-99: 25-year-old Mário Jardel with 36 Primeira Liga goals
Season 2010-11: 26-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo with 40 La Liga goals
Season 2004-05: 26-year-old Diego Forlán with 25 La Liga goals
Season 2012-13: 26-year-old Lionel Messi with 46 La Liga goals
Season 1999-00: 26-year-old Kevin Phillips with 30 Premier League goals
Season 2003-04: 26-year-old Thierry Henry with 30 Premier League goals
Season 2013-14: 27-year-old Luis Suárez with 31 Premier League goals
Season 2004-05: 27-year-old Thierry Henry with 25 Premier League goals
Season 2000-01: 29-year-old Henrik Larsson with 35 Scottish Premier League goals
Season 2002-03: 28-year-old Roy Makaay with 29 La Liga goals
Season 2001-02: 28-year-old Mário Jardel with 42 Primeira Liga goals
Season 2015-16: 29-year-old Luis Suárez with 40 La Liga goals
Season 2013-14: 29-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo with 31 La Liga goals
Season 2005-06: 29-year-old Luca Toni with 31 Serie A goals
Season 2014-15: 30-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo with 48 La Liga goals
Season 2019-20: 30-year old Ciro Immobile with 36 Serie A goals
Season 2008-09: 30-year-old Diego Forlán with 32 La Liga goals
Season 2016-17: 30-year-old Lionel Messi with 37 La Liga goals
Season 2006-07: 30-year-old Francesco Totti with 26 Serie A goals
Season 2017-18: 31-year-old Lionel Messi with 34 La Liga goals
Season 2018-19: 32-year old Lionel Messi with 36 La Liga goals
Season 2020-21: 32-year old Robert Lewandowski with 41 Bundesliga goals
Season 2021-22: 33-year old Robert Lewandowski with 35 Bundesliga goals
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