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2017.03.15 17:34 littleotterpop Wavy, Coily, Kinky Hair - All Welcome!

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2020.08.12 10:53 hairaccessories

Share pictures of your hair accessories, on their own, in different styles, being used in interesting ways or what styles you've learnt/are practicing with your hair accessories.

2013.07.05 15:25 lilraz08 The longest of the long

every day problems people with long hair face. from maintenance to styles.

2023.06.08 16:30 Pretend-Ad-5071 It is easy to find affordable items on Temu. I feel like I'm not spending anything. With just $10, you can get a lot of things. As a result, Temu has become #1 on the App Store.

It is easy to find affordable items on Temu. I feel like I'm not spending anything. With just $10, you can get a lot of things. As a result, Temu has become #1 on the App Store.
Step 1: Install the TEMU app from the App Store or Google Play.
Step 2: Enter referral code 174296725.
Step 3: Receive your cash reward.
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2023.06.08 16:30 Neckbeard_Tim Thinking of migrating from Roblox, have some questions

I'm working on a survival horror game project rooted in fringe science and conspiracy theories, and have run into wall after wall with the Roblox engine. The built-in multiplayer support is fantastic, and the rapid iteration time is great! But I've ran into far too many brick walls - night vision camera photos? Only possible way is through some very expensive and simple software raytracing. The content restrictions are a bitch, too - it might ultimately be a light-hearted game, but I still want to include some genuinely freaky stuff as well.
So, here's my main concerns with migrating to Godot:
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2023.06.08 16:30 HighlandRat Looking for Versus Puzzle Games with good Handicap Systems

I've been playing a bunch of puzzle games with a friend, and we have different skill levels for different games. It's no fun playing a one-sided game, so we've gravitated to Dr. Mario because it has a really good handicap system.
Dr. Mario is basically a race in versus mode, and each player can choose how much virus they start with individually, which makes fine tuning a fair challenge easy.
What's annoying in versus modes is when the only per-player option available is speed. It basically just makes the better player crush the weaker faster. 🤦
In short:
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2023.06.08 16:30 khoafraelich789 Toyota HiAce 2023 review: LWB turbo-diesel

Toyota HiAce 2023 review: LWB turbo-diesel

Toyota doesn't make hasty decisions and with good reason. As one of the world’s largest and longest-running automotive manufacturers (founded 1937), it applies the same rigorous assessment of each new model proposal or running change.

That ensures each green light stacks up as a viable business case, from which the company is assured of getting a worthwhile return on its investment.

This pragmatic approach was evident in Toyota’s decision in 2022 to offer a rear barn-door option for its HiAce van. Given this iconic commercial vehicle was launched in 1967, it’s taken 55 years for Toyota to finally offer an alternative to the HiAce's signature swing-up tailgate.

Barn doors are ideal for those needing forklift access to cargo bays, so we assume this decision was prompted not only by competitors offering similar options but also growing demand from Toyota’s all-important fleet buyers. We recently tested one to see if this long-awaited option is on the money.

Price and Features – Does it represent good value for the price? What features does it come with?
Our test vehicle is the LWB (Long Wheel Base) powered exclusively by Toyota’s well proven 2.8 litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel. It’s available with either standard six-speed manual or optional six-speed automatic, like our example.

Painted in standard 'French Vanilla', it has a list price of $46,760, plus on-road costs, but ours is fitted with the new $750 Barn Door option which bumps the list price to $47,510.

It’s available on all LWB and SLWB (Super Long Wheel Base) variants except for the HiAce Crew, HiAce Commuter and LWB manual versions.

Our test vehicle is also the Panel Van variant, which means a buyer can order a full-panel left-hand side sliding door instead of the standard windowed version at no extra cost.

The HiAce comes ready for hard work on sturdy 16-inch steel wheels with replaceable plastic covers and 215/60R16 tyres plus a full-size spare, along with a large centre console offering a variety of storage options.

There are also useful creature comforts in the two-seater cabin like a tilt-and-reach adjustable leather-accented steering wheel, driver’s seat adjustable lumbar support, manual air-con, two 12-volt cabin accessory sockets, folding/heated exterior door mirrors with indicators, and more.

The two-speaker multimedia system has a big 8.0-inch touchscreen plus steering wheel audio controls and 'DAB+2' digital radio.

Multiple connectivity options include Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Siri voice recognition, Bluetooth, sat-nav and 'Toyota Connected Services', which includes an app for mobile phones and safety/security functions like 'Stolen Vehicle Tracking', 'Automatic Collision Notification', 'SOS Emergency Call', and more.

Design – is there anything interesting about its design?
It’s a typically robust design comprising MacPherson strut front suspension, a leaf-spring live rear axle that’s excellent for load-carrying, variable-ratio rack and pinion steering and four-wheel disc brakes on all automatic variants, like ours.

The rear-wheel drive chassis has an inherent traction advantage over front-wheel drive vans, particularly on loose or slippery surfaces and with heavy payloads.

Its 1990mm height allows access to underground and multi-storey car parks and its 3210mm wheelbase boasts an impressively tight 11.0-metre turning circle.

The two-tone dash layout is neat and functional with easy-to-use controls and instrumentation.

There’s still no fold-down inboard armrest for the driver’s seat to enhance comfort on long hauls, but given we had to wait more than half a century for a barn-door option, we know Toyota won’t be rushed on these decisions.

Engine and transmission – What are the key stats for the engine and transmission?
HiAce’s venerable (1GD-FTV) 2.8 litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel produces 130kW at 3400rpm and in auto models like ours a meaty 450Nm of torque between 1600-2400rpm.

Maintenance procedures are simplified by its Euro 5 emissions compliance which doesn’t require AdBlue.

A smooth-shifting Aisin (AC60E) six-speed torque converter automatic optimises fuel economy with full converter lock-up on fourth, fifth and sixth gears, along with overdrive on fifth and sixth for relaxed highway driving. It also offers the choice of sequential manual-shifting if required.

The live rear axle is equipped with an electronically-controlled automatic limited-slip diff, which optimises the inherent traction advantage of rear-wheel drive.

Fuel consumption – How much fuel does it consume?
Toyota claims an official combined cycle average of 8.2L/100km.

After 215km of testing, without a load and with the automatic engine stop-start function switched off, our figure based on trip meter and fuel bowsers readings came in slightly higher at 9.8L/100km.

This single-digit economy was achieved purely in city and suburban driving, which is thrifty for a large commercial vehicle weighing more than two tonnes.

So, based on our figures, you could bank on a ‘real world’ driving range of around 700km from its 70-litre tank.

Practicality – How practical is the space inside?
With its 2225kg kerb weight and 3300kg GVM, the HiAce has a genuine one-tonne-plus payload rating of 1060kg, and up to 120kg of that can be carried on the roof using Toyota’s genuine accessory triple-bar roof rack set.

It also has a braked tow rating of up to 1500kg and with a GCM (how much it can legally carry and tow at the same time) of 4800kg, it can carry its peak 1060kg payload while towing that weight, which is a versatile set of numbers for a working van.

Cargo bay walls and doors are lined to mid-height, the roof is internally lined and there’s ample internal lighting.

It’s accessed from either side through sliding doors with 1010mm-wide openings, or from the rear through the barn-doors which are both equipped with demisters/windscreen wipers and can swing open to 180 degrees.

Each door also has a simple brace which can hold them at 90 degrees opening if required.

The cargo bay offers a sizeable 6.2 cubic metres of load volume, measuring 2530mm long, 1760mm wide and 1340mm high.

With 1268mm between the rear wheel housings and six floor-mounted load anchorage points, it can carry up to two standard 1165mm-square Aussie pallets or up to three 1200 x 800mm/1200 x 1000mm Euro pallets.

Its spacious driver’s cabin has numerous storage offerings including a large-bottle holder and bin in the base of each front door, small-bottle/cupholders in the centre and on either side of the dash, plus a single glove box.

The centre console is well designed, comprising an open storage tray at floor level and a large lidded box between the seats.

This not only has cavernous internal storage but there’s also an external shelf at the front, two large-bottle holders at the rear and another shallow tray set into the lid, which when closed can double as a handy work desk.

What’s it like as a daily driver?
The big front doors swing wide open to provide easy access to the cabin, where it’s easy to find a comfortable driving position given ample seat adjustment that includes lumbar support, plus a height-and-reach-adjustable wheel and big left footrest.

Responsive steering and strong braking, combined with a reasonably supple ride quality when empty or lightly loaded, makes for a comfortable daily work environment.

This is enhanced by commendably low internal noise levels for a van without a bulkhead between the cabin and cargo bay. We suspect the full-length roof lining helps here.

Like all panel vans, the solid-walled cargo bay creates a huge blind-spot over the driver’s left shoulder which can’t be avoided. And the central join of the barn doors obscures vision through the cabin’s rear-view mirror.

However, the portrait-shaped door mirrors are a decent size and combined with a suite of driver aids like blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, rear parking sensors and reversing camera, a competent driver can easily steer clear of trouble.

And it has easy manoeuvrability thanks to the tight 11-metre turning circle and lightness of the variable-ratio steering at parking speeds.

The 2.8-litre turbo-diesel has good flexibility with strong low-rpm response thanks to its ample 450Nm of torque.

The smooth and snappy shift protocols of the six-speed auto optimise engine response, which is most evident in stop-start city and suburban driving.

It also delivers relaxed and economical highway travel, particularly with the cruise control activated, with overdrive requiring less than 2000rpm to maintain 110km/h.

What’s it like for tradie use?
It’s ironic that a forklift should be out of service on the same day we wanted to test improved forklift access! However, that’s what happened when we went to load up the HiAce for our usual GVM test.

Even so, you don’t need to be a forklift aficionado to see that the 180-degree opening will provide clear access to the cargo bay.

We also know from experience that the HiAce is a consummate one-tonner, having previously secured 975kg in the cargo bay which with driver equalled the van’s 1060kg payload limit.

There was ample rear suspension travel remaining thanks to minimal compression of the robust leaf springs.

The engine made light work of hauling this payload, with effortless highway cruising and particularly strong performance in hilly terrain.

It never felt sluggish on climbs and engine-braking was excellent on long, steep descents. As a workhorse, the HiAce is difficult to fault.

Safety – What safety equipment is fitted? What safety rating?
The current HiAce generation came armed with a maximum five-star ANCAP rating when launched in 2019 and still sets a safety benchmark.

There are seven airbags plus a plethora of active features including AEB with day/night pedestrian and day cyclist detection, trailer sway control, hill-start assist, lane departure alert with steering assist, road sign assist, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, front and rear parking sensors, reversing camera, and more.

Ownership – What does it cost to own? What warranty is offered?
The HiAce is covered by a five-yeaunlimited km warranty.

Scheduled servicing is set at relatively short six month/10,000km intervals, whichever occurs first.

Capped-price of $290 per service covers the first six scheduled services over three years or 60,000km.

Source: carsguide
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2023.06.08 16:30 Ruleglore Temple of Kranosaphyros

A Building I made using a Lava Cast. I made the base structure with a lava cast and then cut it down and replaced the stone with my own materials in creative mode. Interestingly, Smooth Diorite actually looks very good for temple construction. Materials used are Smooth Diorite, Regular and Smooth Quartz Blocks, Gold Blocks, Diamond Block, Lapis Block Sea Lantern, Yellow and White Glazed Terracotta. For the exterior and minor details, I've used regular bone meal and oak leaves with glow lichens for night time. Screenshots made with Sildurs Shader Pack. Building style is my own, I didn't take any inspirations. I aspire to be an architect, so any constructive feedback is gladly taken! (Don't worry, I know it has structural flaws)
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2023.06.08 16:29 Aura_Azula Characters good for countering Diddy Kong?

I hate this grease monkey with his effortless stunlocking, neutral and advantage state that is all thanks to the damn banana peel I am forced to play against and I'm tired of playing against this fucker. Any characters that can reliably beat the grease monkey that Diddy Kong is with his stupid easy neutral and advantage state with his banana bullshit? I can't do it as Aegis thanks to fucking track record the grease monkey has against Sword characters in every game he's been in, the archetype of fighters I use the most.
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2023.06.08 16:29 Icy_Community2294 Leviathan grey knight conversion

Hi guys, I'm collecting my grey night army I have just about everything. I would love to make the army in an accurate size. Is anyone contemplating kit bashing the new units from leviathan with the grey knight kits? Has anyone come up with an easy way to do this?
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2023.06.08 16:29 hammada123 Honeymoon in Türkiye - Tourist Destinations

Get married and would like to take a tourist trip to spend her honeymoon in Türkiye,
to celebrate your wedding and celebrate your bride. I would like to tell you that you are in the right place,
because we at Booking In Travel will present to you in this article the most important tourism
programs in Turkey in general and in Istanbul in particular, in addition to Providing other services such
as airport reception, making reservations in the best hotels, and providing private cars or with tour groups.
On the honeymoon, the couple wants to spend the most beautiful times in order to remain a memory,
in addition to the fact that the honeymoon, especially in the wonderful areas, increases communication,
harmony, and brings pleasure to their hearts.

With all the wonderful destinations in Türkiye, it is not easy to choose the right destination for your honeymoon.
But when you decide to book a honeymoon trip in Türkiye, there are a lot of things to take into consideration,
Such as the season in which you will travel, the budget allocated for honeymoon trips, and the nature of the month. Whether you want to spend some time on a beautiful relaxing island,
Or you prefer to visit a city that offers many activities, it is all up to you.

Therefore, we recommend several places for your honeymoon in Türkiye

There are several places in Istanbul, Antalya and Trabzon that we recommend
If you would like to know more please click here
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2023.06.08 16:29 aeeaeehee FTMs are more accepted than MTFs ON AVERAGE

I'm not saying FTMs don't have problems, they do, maybe even as much as some MTFs but ON AVERAGE Trans women are more often the ones who bear the brunt of societal scrutiny and judgment when it comes to transgender issues. They are more often constantly subjected first to criticism for simply existing and expressing themselves authentically. As their MaScuLiniTy is seemed as a threat to other women.
Not only that, all FTMs can pass with enough testostorone since it has a much greater impact on physical appearance and development compared to estrogen. Sure FTMs might need chest surgery but atleast they can pass as a man eventually, MTFs on the other han have to deal with masculine skeletons and looking like long haired-men for the rest of their lives.
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2023.06.08 16:29 LaurentSL Kids Barbershop Recommendation

I have a two year old with curly hair and I was wondering if anyone knew of a kid-friendly barbershop I could take him to — preferably in central Austin. This would be his second haircut.
Thank you!
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2023.06.08 16:29 0300008 Deciding if I should maintain or grow out short hair

Deciding if I should maintain or grow out short hair
Hello! I would love some help making a hair decision. 1&2 are my current cut when it was fresh - I felt SO good at that stage and loved the look and feel. 3 is my hair right now about 6 weeks after a haircut. Its been looking rough for a few weeks, so if I maintain the short length I probably need to get it cut every month. My hair is pretty thick so it gets out of hand quickly. 4-6 are from my previous haircut which was around chin length. 7 is the only pic I could find of myself with long hair not tied back. I want to like it long but I haven’t found a style that doesn’t feel heavy and in the way. 8 is a slightly longer bob that I had earlier in the winter.
What do you all think?
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2023.06.08 16:28 Kylie19807 Snake tattoo that will last

Snake tattoo that will last
Hey guys, I wanted some advice, design / style ideas, or pics of snake / flower tattoos that won't look like a faded blob in a few years. It will be a forearm or half sleeve (possibly eventually full sleeve) back and grey. I have 5 other tattoos so I know the deal with fading which is why I want to ensure I make a good decision. Of course I love the fine line designs but really hesitant on that down the road I have a few now but they are just small script. I also like the realism but not sure how that holds up. I will put a few pics up of some stuff I like and please speak your mind to help me in what direction to go. Also please feel free to show me other styles I should look into.
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2023.06.08 16:28 TelephoneSilent1081 Mastering Crypto Security: A Deep Dive into Hardware Wallets

Cryptocurrency security is paramount, and hardware wallets are one of the most secure options for storing your digital assets. They offer protection against hacking, malware, and other vulnerabilities that come with online storage. In this deep dive, we'll explore hardware wallets in-depth, including what they are, how they work, and what to look for when choosing one.
What are Hardware Wallets?
Hardware wallets are devices designed to keep your private keys safely offline. They offer top-level security, as they are not connected to the internet, making them impervious to most online threats. Hardware wallets come in different forms, including USB drives, smart cards, and even paper wallets.
How do Hardware Wallets Work?
Hardware wallets generate private keys and store them offline, ensuring that they are not exposed to online threats. When you need to sign transactions, you connect the device to your computer or mobile device, enter your PIN, and authorize the transaction. The transaction is then signed with the private key stored on the device and broadcast to the network.
What to Look for When Choosing a Hardware Wallet?
When choosing a hardware wallet, there are several factors to consider, including:
  1. Security Features - Look for a hardware wallet that offers top-level security features such as PIN protection, passphrase, and two-factor authentication.
  2. Compatibility - Ensure that the hardware wallet is compatible with the cryptocurrencies you want to store.
  3. User Interface - Choose a hardware wallet with a user-friendly interface that makes it easy to navigate and use.
  4. Customer Support - Choose a hardware wallet with excellent customer support to help you with any issues that may arise.
  5. Price - Hardware wallets come at different prices, and you should choose one that provides value for money.
The Best Hardware Wallet for Storing Cryptocurrencies
One of the best hardware wallets for storing cryptocurrencies is the Ledger Nano S. It offers top-level security features such as PIN protection, passphrase, and two-factor authentication. The Ledger Nano S also supports over 1,500 cryptocurrencies and has a user-friendly interface that makes it easy to use. Additionally, the Ledger Nano S comes at an affordable price, making it accessible to all investors.
Hardware wallets are a secure way to store your cryptocurrencies offline. When choosing a hardware wallet, consider factors such as security features, compatibility, user interface, customer support, and price. The Ledger Nano S is one of the best hardware wallets on the market, offering top-level security features and support for over 1,500 cryptocurrencies.
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2023.06.08 16:28 peliccancars12 Heathrow Terminal 5 from Heathrow Airport TW6 to Luton Airport LU2

Navigating between airports can often be a daunting task, especially when you're travelling from one as bustling as Heathrow Terminal 5 to another as busy as Luton Airport. However, when you have a reliable transfer service like Peliccan Cars on your side, the journey becomes a breeze.
Heathrow Terminal 5, one of the busiest terminals in the world, is known for its endless hustle and bustle. It's an international hub filled with global travellers, but amidst all this activity, it's easy to find comfort and reliability with Peliccan Cars. Known for their exemplary services, Peliccan Cars have earned their reputation as one of the top choices for travellers seeking easy airport transfers.
Booking with Peliccan Cars is as straightforward as it gets. Their intuitive online system allows you to secure a vehicle suited to your needs within minutes. From spacious saloons for solo travellers or compact groups to larger minibuses for extended travel parties, Peliccan Cars ensures your ride is tailored to your preferences. What's more, their customer service is available round the clock to assist with bookings and queries, delivering a seamless booking experience.
Once your booking is confirmed, your journey from Heathrow Terminal 5 to Luton Airport is entirely in the hands of Peliccan Cars’ professional and experienced drivers. These drivers are not only well-versed with the quickest and most efficient routes between the two airports but are also constantly updated about flight schedules, ensuring timely pickups and drop-offs.
The comfort of the journey is a priority for Peliccan Cars. Their fleet of modern, well-maintained vehicles come equipped with amenities such as free WiFi, charging ports, and comfortable seating, allowing you to relax or catch up on work during your journey. The comfort extends beyond the vehicles as the drivers, known for their courteous service, create a warm and welcoming environment for all passengers.
Pricing transparency is a standout feature of Peliccan Cars. They believe in providing high-quality service at competitive prices with no hidden costs. Whether it's peak hours or late at night, the price you see at the time of booking is the price you pay, making Peliccan Cars an affordable choice for many travellers.
Lastly, Peliccan Cars understands the unpredictability of travel. Therefore, they offer a flexible cancellation policy that allows you to cancel or modify your booking without any hassle. It's another example of how they continually put their customers' needs first.
In summary, if you're looking for a comfortable, reliable, and affordable transfer service from Heathrow Terminal 5 to Luton Airport, Peliccan Cars is an excellent choice. Their commitment to delivering top-notch customer service, coupled with their professional and courteous drivers, ensures your journey is as smooth and stress-free as possible. With Peliccan Cars, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.
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2023.06.08 16:27 mnimum-viable-player Where are all the walkable, bikeable, diverse cities with lofts?

I'm in NY right now and it checks a lot of the boxes I want but the real estate is unsustainable and I'm sick of the vibe. I just want a space big enough for a bedroom, office, and small outdoor space without having to spend $4500 in rent or $800k to own. I have good steady income so mid to HCOL is fine, but NY just seems like it's on a completely different level of expensive now. I know it's impossible to do "New York but better" in the states, but I wonder if there's anything that checks these boxes:
Must have
Nice to have
My ideal cities are something like Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Paris, Copenhagen. I would probably try relocating to Netherlands to if I didn't have to be in the states to work.
After writing all this out I feel like it's an incredibly short list that includes Chicago, parts of California, and maybe Atlanta but maybe there's a city I haven't considered that checks some of these boxes.
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2023.06.08 16:27 REM_loving_gal Reflexive verbs intuitive explanation

I'm gonna try to explain reflexive verbs the best I can and the way that I think about it.
In english we constantly say stuff like "I got hot", "She got tired", "You got frustrated"
In spanish, the way to translate this is "I heated myself", "She tired herself", "You frustrated youself" so "me calenté", "se cansó", "te frustraste"
Or "me convertí en animal!" = "I converted myself to an animal" or "I became an animal"
And then for stuff that we do to our bodies, since we don't say "MY heart" in spanish, we say "EL corazón", there needs to be a way to clarify that we are talking about ourself
So we say "me corté el pelo" = literally, "I cut myself the hair" or "I cut my hair"/"I got a haircut" "me cepillé los dientes" = "I brushed myself the teeth", or "I brushed my teeth"
There are some other miscellaneous cases like: "Are you gonna take this with you?" = "Te vas a llevar esto?" In general things like "with you(rself)" "for you(rself)" can just be converted to making the verb reflexive
There are also random times in english that we use reflexive verbs! A good example is: "I'm enjoying myself." It would sound really weird to say just "I'm enjoying."
So there are also times we use reflexive in spanish that don't really make sense... you just do it. Sometimes it's even to emphasize the subject of the sentence since the endings can be cut off "está(s)" "Te vas a comer este sandwich?" = "Are you gonna eat this sandwich?" "Se lo comió todo!" = "He/She/They ate it all!/ate the whole thing!" (The "te"/"se" are not necessary here, but often added for emphasis, like to eat the entire thing)
This is not a comprehensive list so I'll edit this if I think of anything else :)
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2023.06.08 16:27 Azukus New job lined up right after my vacation.

I requested a week off on July 4th weekend all the way back in January. I'm planning on leaving soon, but my boss has been pressuring me to put in a two weeks notice in for about a month now. We had a talk that I'd be looking for a new job since 55-60 hours a week is overwhelming me. I placed #2 on the team last month out and top 20 in the entire district, so it's not like I'm taking it easy while I'm looking and doing interviews.
Thing is, this is a paid vacation.
Every single person but her, coworkers included, think I should line my two weeks notice up so that I'm out of the company July 6th (last day of vacation) and I'm with my new company July 7th. She is telling me to make my last day July 1st.
We just had a talk over the phone and she told me firm to put my notice in right now.. and that she had the power to take away my days off for "needs of the business". What's the best move here? The other two job offers I've gotten have already agreed to wait a whole month for me to start because I told them about this vacation.
Is she really just not wanting me to count against July's metrics or is she a corporate sympathizer that doesn't want me taking company money on the way out?
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2023.06.08 16:27 EdgeGlitchYT How would y'all feel if Insomniac made a cel-shaded Spider-Verse game that ties in with ATSV/BTSV where you are a custom character Spidersona from a imaginable dimension you can think of by art style, customize your own Spider-Suit, and play online with other Spider-People in the Spider-Society?

How would y'all feel if Insomniac made a cel-shaded Spider-Verse game that ties in with ATSV/BTSV where you are a custom character Spidersona from a imaginable dimension you can think of by art style, customize your own Spider-Suit, and play online with other Spider-People in the Spider-Society? submitted by EdgeGlitchYT to SpidermanPS4 [link] [comments]

2023.06.08 16:26 DarkMaster06 Online cooperation

After playind a lot of singleplayers sometimes i miss the old mic-on online cooperation games. Just looking for a casual but intense matches - for those low adrenaline days.
Now-a-days i've been playing CS GO and sometimes it's possible to have a nice chat, other times not so much. I've tried Deep Rock Galactic but i could not get into it.
A few years ago i played Killing Floor but im not a fan of the monsters side of it.

Just some notes:
- No MMOs - just casual
- No IRL gamers to play with
- Shooter or not
- Preference easy mic chat
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2023.06.08 16:26 MartinisnMurder Sorry new here

I’m a little bit manic and honestly faking it (it’s easy to say you are up early to get things done). I was just told my therapist and prescriber are now time limited (a company bought them and I’ve been with them for years) but I want to make sure I have care after. Is anyone aware how to get care when it ends? Like the best way because I’m wicked scared and I try to keep things discreet due to work and my family. If it helps bipolar 2, anxiety, adhd and ptsd.
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2023.06.08 16:26 Iam4683 1300$ PC + Monitor

>**What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.**
Gaming at 1440p.
>**What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?**
>**When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.**
I plan on building it next week.
>**What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc\)**
PC + 1440p monitor(IPS, 75hz or higher with support of AMD Freesync)
>**Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?**
I am in europe(poland).
>**If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.**
If it would change something i have G.SKILL 32GB (2x16GB) 3000MHz CL16 Aegis and ENDORFY Vero L5 600W 80 Plus Bronze
>**Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?**
>**Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)**
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2023.06.08 16:26 Invite-Original Legion of Super-Heroes fresh reboot

Legion of Super-Heroes fresh reboot
I know there have been like a plenty people who didn't like Brian Michael Bendis' approach of the Legion of Super-Heroes in 2019, not only because of the corny plot, but also because it rebooted once again the Legion and erase the character development that was bestowed upon the characters before Zero Hour and Flashpoint; so I was thinking of a Legion pitch for DC Comics that now that we're seeing more DC characters getting their spotlight switched on in the Dawn of DC line-up, my pitch is that DC Comics should publish a new comic story arc that will bring the original Legion of Super-Heroes back in a similar concept based on the Death of Superman and the Reign of the Supermen story arcs, the comic writer that should be tasked for this should be Jeremy Adams, his writing style proved to be kinda similar like Grant Morrison and Geoff Johns, and his Flash run (with Wally West as the protagonist) was incredible; the Legion reboot story arc would lead for a new Legion of Super-Heroes comic series written by the already mentioned writer, Jeremy Adams. The Legion of Super-Heroes reboot could also bring some characters that were previously introduced in the Post-Zero Hour and Post-Rebirth timeline of the team into the Pre-Zero Hour one like Monster Boy, Laurel Grand, Thunder, Golden Lantern, Doctor Fate, Kid Quantum, Kinetix and Dragonmage; another thing to also take important is making Superman the inspiration of the foundation of the Legion of Super-Heroes as well as the first member of the past to join the team, Kara Zor-El, Conner Kent and Jon Kent would become members of the team after Superman. What do you think guys about my pitch for DC?
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