Which album in your opinion, is perfect?

2021.11.27 03:17 Queensgrl911 Which album in your opinion, is perfect?

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2021.11.27 03:17 Obewyn ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus Authentication Bypass / Code Execution – Torchsec

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2021.11.27 03:17 oscar_meow why don't I have a casus belli on someone I have a core on?

I'm playing GFM with the shattered world sub mod as the Netherlands and I don't have a casus belli on my neighbours who control my land why?
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2021.11.27 03:17 purpleblackpiggie KABFKABFLBLABFKBFKAVFKSBGKSBJSHTHD MUHTEŞEM AMK

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2021.11.27 03:17 uncle_russell_90 Just the tip for now

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2021.11.27 03:17 Myykuhl CEI DISCORD, JOIN BEFORE MODS DELETE.

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2021.11.27 03:17 globe_explorer245 Protesters dealt harshly on govt orders

Protesters dealt harshly on govt orders https://preview.redd.it/huecz2n2z2281.png?width=800&format=png&auto=webp&s=866ed8f921a4e6a2ae7b6136bbf0daab483bf764
Hundreds of protestors have been on the streets of Iran protesting against the government’s inability to take action against the drought that the nation is witnessing.
Scared of spoiling their image, the Iranian government ordered police to take necessary action to control the raptors and the police resorted to using tear gas to disperse many of them. This is the consecutive seventh day when the central Iranian city is witnessing protests against the government.
Iran is experiencing one of the worst phases in recent years with increasing Covid-19 cases and the drought that has left most people in the nation on a struggling platform.
Many of the videos were posted on social media and it was a horrific site where it could be gathered that security officials were clashing with demonstrators in the dry bed of the Zayandehrud River. Not only this but even other areas in Iran such as Isfahan streets also witnessed heavy clashes between the two sides.
https://theworldreviews.com/iran-protesters-dealt-harshly-on-govt-orders/
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2021.11.27 03:17 parametrip the three galaxies by parametrip

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2021.11.27 03:17 Obewyn Why Micron Technology Stock Is Up on Monday

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2021.11.27 03:17 Codex7719 Is hiring an editor necessary as a fantasy author?

Hello! I'm a novice wanna be-author. I'm working on my first novel I'm going to call 'Regent.' It's an action fantasy that I hope will go well. I keep hearing about people hiring editors, and I'm ashamed to say I'm clueless in this area. Are editors necessary? I'm pretty much broke, so am I doomed?
If I were to self-publish the book for a physical copy, my sisters would make art for the cover. I mean, my 17-year-old sister draws better than most professional animators, and I find it enthralling.
So, my question is, are editors absolutely necessary?
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2021.11.27 03:17 ChocolateEffective82 Honestly kinda scared because I really want too do all of these to myself rn

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2021.11.27 03:17 AUMedStudent Issue with Capital Ships

Late night realization after buying a Kraken myself.
I know compared to the player base, Capital ships are still pretty rare (~3k of each for 15 million players total) but when you break it out by system I am a bit concerned. With 100 planned systems with say 3 planets each, that’s 10 of each capital for each planet. CIG have stated they want them to be rarely scene in game, but looking at the math makes me think that going to be much harder to do.
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2021.11.27 03:17 _hiwoo For people who doesn't like pineapple on top of the pizza, Why?

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2021.11.27 03:17 Obewyn Chinese tech giant Tencent told to suspend new app roll outs – BBC News

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2021.11.27 03:17 LetEqual9794 Themesong

What would the theme for Gods entrance be? From any media or song.
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2021.11.27 03:17 Some_Personality8379 [Marvel/DC/MHA/Worm] So how would superpowers interact with normal human mutations?

https://youtu.be/0Aa8PHWyIFU
https://youtu.be/BoIpFDBJTWs
https://youtu.be/yWxXNDaJyq8
This is an interesting question I don't see ask that much. This question is kind of like a askscience question combined with a asksciencefiction question. So it's a real/fictional hybrid science question.
I single out those 4 verses in the title for a reason. For starters, Marvel, DC, and MHA are the most popular superhero worlds. And also because all 3 verses have magic systems that are based on genetics, alterations, and evolution for the most part. And why not include Worm in this too lol.
So if you saw one of the vids in the link or even all 3 vids. So my question is. In what ways would superhuman powers interact with normal human powers? When it comes to genetics. Can the X gene, Metagene, or quirk cause multiple normal human mutations to happen in one person? For example, can someone born with unbreakable bones be able to also shoot lasers out their eyes?
In conclusion, my main question is. Can there be a connection between super genetic powers and normal genetic powers in these superhero worlds?
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2021.11.27 03:17 pingarella Pushing past a "block" + correcting tone

I am relatively new into professional lessons and have pushed my range up to Ab5 with the help of my teacher, however I find that I struggle to hit the G5 when practising and doing exercises on my own. I feel like my throat hits a ceiling so to speak, so I believe I might be straining to hard to hit it? I can comfortablyish do F#5, but I trying to push above makes my brain go ?? So I'm looking for any guides or help to figure out A. What I'm doing wrong and B. How to correct it :)
Additionally keen to find any resources to assist with correcting the tone of my voice, as I am not sure it sounds super great yet. Can reference any previous posts I've popped up on here if you need an example of what I mean :)
Thanks to all resources that get provided, it really means a lot!
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2021.11.27 03:17 i_am_not_a_hoe_ practicing male anatomy i guess

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2021.11.27 03:17 Obewyn Honda Releases World’s First “Intelligent Driver-Assistive Technology”, Plans For Zero Traffic Collision Fatalities By 2050

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2021.11.27 03:17 SkydogBlues Gregg Allman with portrait of his brother at his home in Macon, Georgia 1975

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2021.11.27 03:17 telugustopnews ఏదో రకంగా వైసీపీని ఇరుకున పెట్టి రాబోయే సార్వత్రిక ఎన్నికల్లో గెలవాలనే వ్యూహంలో టీడీపీ అధినేత చంద్రబాబు ఉన్నట్లు కనిపిస్తున్నారు. అందుకే 2024 ఎన్నికలను టార్గెట్ చేసుకుని ఆయన రకరకాల ప్రయత్నాలు చేస్తున్నారు. సెంటిమెంట్ ను భారీగా పండించి ఈ ఎన్నికల్లో విజయం సాధించే విషయంపై దృష్టి పెట్టారు.

ఏదో రకంగా వైసీపీని ఇరుకున పెట్టి రాబోయే సార్వత్రిక ఎన్నికల్లో గెలవాలనే వ్యూహంలో టీడీపీ అధినేత చంద్రబాబు ఉన్నట్లు కనిపిస్తున్నారు. అందుకే 2024 ఎన్నికలను టార్గెట్ చేసుకుని ఆయన రకరకాల ప్రయత్నాలు చేస్తున్నారు. సెంటిమెంట్ ను భారీగా పండించి ఈ ఎన్నికల్లో విజయం సాధించే విషయంపై దృష్టి పెట్టారు. submitted by telugustopnews to TeluguCinema [link] [comments]


2021.11.27 03:17 jellybellybuttons Am I Missing Anything?

For context, I tend to be anxious/secure & my ex tends to be avoidant/secure. & The reason they gave me for our breakup was that they were tired of putting in more emotional work than me to be secure, as in they were trying harder to not be avoidant than I was to not be anxious. I thought we were doing great for the most part, maybe going through a tough time because of life circumstances, but I had no idea they'd break up with me.
It's been almost 2 months now since my ex of 2 years dumped me. I am still in shock that what we had ended so suddenly. I've been doing my best to make this breakup a learning experience and allow myself to heal and grow into a better person from it. I guess the point of this post is to ask if there is something I'm not seeing. I want to learn from my mistakes and avoid them in future relationships (not just romantic). When my ex dumped me, I was 100% convinced that it was all my fault. Now, I see that it takes two and that I can't take all of the blame on myself. However, if there is something genuinely messed up or toxic about my behavior, please call me out on it because I don't want to continue in this way.
For some context, I was deeply in love with my ex from the moment they asked me to be their girlfriend to the moment they dumped me. My ex and I had been together about half a year, then did long distance for a year, and then I moved to a new city to be with them and end long distance this spring. When I moved, we both knew that things would be tough because of so many life transitions for the both of us and my ex brought up the possibility of doing couples therapy together. In January, we had a tough time talking about an issue related to jealously. During our longest time apart (3 months) they'd started regularly hanging out with a new friend who I felt was super into my ex and didn't give a shit that my ex was in a relationship at the time. I would tell them about how it brought up insecurities in me about being cheated on or of them falling in love with someone else (my ex admitted to me that they had a crush on this new friend) and they would get triggered because it reminded them of how their mom wouldn't let them have friends as a kid. We realized that talking about this was difficult because it triggered us both in really specific ways. They suggested couples therapy as a way to better communicate about tough topics like this. I readily agreed, happy that my partner was down and proactive about keeping our relationship strong during tough times. As soon as I moved, we both started going to individual therapy in preparation for couples therapy. The move was tough, but it was so nice to finally be in the same city and neighborhood. We were having an amazing time having sleepovers and going on date nights a few times each week. Then, I got a new job and started working nights during the last month we were together. During this time, my ex got a new job too and we started seeing each other way less. I thought it was just a rough patch that we'd get through, but I guess it was just too much. Looking back, I wonder when the thought of dumping me first occurred to them. Did it take them months to decide? Weeks? Days? . . .
One busy week, we had plans to meet up at an arcade for a double date with one of their friends & their partner. We didn't ever verbally agree on a time, so I went off the google calendar that we share. I planned my week accordingly and made plans to meet with a colleague for dinner afterwards. The day before our double date, I saw that the time had shifted to later in the evening, only giving me about an hour to spend with them before I had to leave for my prior engagement. I was upset because I was really looking forward to spending time with them and was sad that I'd only get to hang out for such a short amount of time. When I met my partner to head to the arcade together, I told them that I wish they had communicated better about this especially now that our time together felt so limited with our new work schedules. Then they got upset that I was upset at them because it was both of our faults that we didn't communicate well about the timing (not just their fault) & I told them that it was ok for me to be upset sometimes. What started as a conversation somehow led into a bad argument. I've never yelled or said anything nasty to them, but during that argument they told me "I really don't like being next to you right now". I felt so hurt and got up to go since I didn't think there was anything I could say to that & as I got up to walk away, they called me back and said sorry & that it hurt more for me to walk away than for us to be mad at each other. We were both crying and made up. In the end, I ended up only being able to hang out with them for about 30mins before I had to go.
About a week later, I brought some takeout dinner to have with my ex before we headed to a dance show with a friend of theirs. We had dinner like normal and I started giving them pecks on the cheek from from behind while they were washing their dish at the kitchen sink and then they pushed me away with no explanation. When I asked what was wrong, they said they still weren't resolved about that argument we had the week prior. I said ok and asked if they wanted to talk about it. They said no because they didn't think it was a good time. So we went to the dance show in a weird mood, with me feeling sad and shut out and them acting cold and distant, like we didn't even know each other. I felt so hurt. Finally, on our walk home, I asked to talk about it and they said they couldn't keep doing this. I asked them to explain. They said that they were upset that I had blamed the miscommunication on them instead of recognizing that it was a failure on both of us since neither of us communicated about what time we were meeting that day. I agreed and said sorry. But they said that they were tired of always being the one to set aside their feelings to resolve things. I felt terrible for making them feel like that. When they used the words "I'm can't keep doing this", I asked if they were thinking of breaking up and they said no. So then I said that maybe we should finally see a therapist and figure out how to communicate/argue better. They agreed. That night we were supposed to have a sleep over, but we agreed that I should go home instead since neither of us was feeling good about our conversation. I went home feeling so sad but hopeful that therapy would help us figure this out and move on from this stronger and even closer than before. When I got home, I reached out to a bunch of therapists and scheduled some consultations. We found one we both liked and agreed on a date for our first session. A whole week passed of them being cold and distant (with an occasional kind text like normal) and me fighting all of my urges to reach out in panic. I thought I was doing so well by giving them space and not seeming needy. I thought to myself proudly "look at me not acting like an anxiously attached person". Later that week, my sister came to visit from far away. My ex had invited us to a show (before that last argument), so I texted to ask if we were still invited, since things were weird. When we met for the show, they were acting cold and distance just like the last time we had hung out & it hurt just as bad. Then, when the show ended, they asked if we could talk. I was of course and thought we'd talk about how we'd be moving forward about therapy and how the past week sucked for the both of us. Instead, the first thing they said was "I think we should break up". I was so shocked. It felt like I'd just gotten slapped in the face. All I could respond with was "shit. ok. fuck . . . really? . . . why?"
They said they felt that they were putting in more emotional work than I was and couldn't "do it anymore". They said they knew I could change, but that change took time and that change is cyclical and that they couldn't handle it anymore. When I asked for specific examples, they gave the argument above as one as well as the following two:
1.) After my ex had a long day, I offered to make them dinner while they got ready for bed since I know that "acts of kindness" is their #1 love language. I wanted to go all out and picked a new recipe instead of going with something simpler & it ended up taking longer than I'd expected. At some point, they were on the could and said they said they were really tired and asked if there was any way I could cook the squash faster. I got upset because it felt like they were rushing me & said "hey, it feels like you're rushing me and it sucks because I'm trying to do something nice for you". Somehow that turned into an argument and we went to sleep upset without eating and then I finally convinced them to get up and eat. My attempt to do something nice turned out being a disaster. They said that my inability to see that they weren't in fact rushing me is what upset them so much. They were also upset that I didn't respond to them with something like "I know you're sleeping, go ahead and eat this quick thing instead and you can have this Squash thing tomorrow instead" because it meant that I wasn't respecting their boundaries of wanting to sleep
2.) My ex was showing me video footage of a project they were proud of and I was excited to see it. I asked a question eagerly about something in one of the videos and they dismissed me saying "whatever" and kept flipping through the footage. I was upset and said something like "hey, what do you mean whatever?" We didn't really have a conversation about it.. I thought it was nothing because we kept looking at the footage and talking about it excitedly. . . but I guess that it really bothered them. Later, they said that it hurt them that I got upset on something so small when they were trying to show me something they cared about.
That night, we talked for about 10minutes and then took the bus home together with my sister who had no idea that my ex had just dumped me and acted like everything was fine. The next day I slept in late, woke up feeling like it was all just a bad dreaming. They came over to my place to do laundry and then we talked for a good 2 hours about it in more detail, both of us crying. Me mostly listening about how they had had enough and how it was too much for them to continue trying to make this work. I felt so sorry that I had asked so much of them and pushed them to their limit. I felt so regretful of all the petty arguments and not being more empathetic. I felt so guilty and upset with myself. I wanted to fix whatever I had done to push them too far. They said they were down to still have that therapy session together for some guided closure & that they still wanted to be friends because they still cared about me. I said I wasn't sure about the therapy session because I'd feel upset knowing that we were taking the time and energy to work on ending our relationship rather than on saving it. Eventually, I decided that it'd still be a good idea because that was better than nothing. But then 2 days before our session, they bailed. They texted something like "I've said all that I needed to and I don't think it'd be good for my own sense of closure". I was upset and hurt and devastated that it was really the end ( I still had some hopes of reconciling). I responded with "ok" and that was the last time I texted them. I dove deep into reddits about breakups and quickly found the "no contact" idea and put it into action because I knew that I couldn't stay friends with someone I was still deeply in love with. But then a few weeks later they texted to ask a medical question (I work in the medical field) and how I was doing. I answered mostly because I was worried about their health & the medical professional in me would feel guilty if I could have helped and didn't. Anyway, that's been the last time we messaged.. I'm going through all of the stages of grief. Sometimes I go through all of the stages in a day or stay in one stage for several days.. Today suddenly missed them and had the strongest urge to reach out and tell them.
Some lessons that I've taken from this for myself to work on include:
1.) Be more intentional about spending my time with others. . . when I feel pressed for time, it's ok to say NO and spend that time on myself instead. It's better not to go to something than to go to something for 30 minutes and feeling like you're in a rush and can't relax the entire time you're there.
2.) Listen first and focus on understanding the other person before trying to share my own feelings.
3.) Don't take out my emotions on others. Deal with my own shit on my own first. & Then if it still bothers be, then tell the other person.
4.) Notice when I feel hurt and do not withdraw...instead be vulnerable.
5.) Acknowledge that the truth for someone else might be different than the truth for me . . . use "I" statements rather than stating something is objectively true.
6.) Don't blame anyone for anything. . . take responsibility for my own part in a conflict.
7.) Don't try to keep anyone's love. . . just be myself.
8.) You can't control anyone else. Therefore, you must trust.
9.) Take people's complaints seriously the first time & come up with practical ways to change/fix things.
If there is something that I'm not seeing that is fucked up with my behavior or way of thinking, please shine some light.
Looking back now, I see that their avoidance was ultimately the thing that led to our breakup. If they had talked to me before deciding that they were better off without me, we could've worked it out. It feels so stupid to end something that was so good over something that could have been fixed. I had so many ideas about how to fix things. I'd tell them that they never had to feel like that ever again. That anytime I felt like arguing, I'd keep it to myself and save it for the therapy session instead. I was in the bargaining stage for weeks, coming up with all the right things I could say to them to make them change their mind and wanna work it out, but I finally realized that I deserve someone who doesn't need to be convinced that sticking it out with me is worth it.
Was this just a case of incompatibility? Were we doomed from the beginning? Did I fuck up like I initially thought I did? Was it their avoidance that didn't allow us to? Was it their inability to have arguments? (They grew up an only child in a home where they couldn't voice their opinions and told me that they never argued with any of their exes). This was my first serious relationship, so I'm not sure how much of what we had was "normal" since I don't have much to compare it to. I thought that they were really emotionally mature when we first me, but now I'm not so sure.
I know this post is super long, so thank you for reading it. I appreciate any input/feedback!
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2021.11.27 03:17 claiiko Join the WE LOVE NUDES! Discord Server!

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2021.11.27 03:17 Obewyn VSUN tests flow battery technology with standalone PV-powered EV charger – pv magazine International

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2021.11.27 03:17 Hot-Function2763 ACCT20007

Is anyone else taking AIRCON special/supplementary exam?
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