2021.10.18 05:54 Peg_Princess_ Who’s gunna pull my hair?
2021.10.18 05:54 mr_savageboi Final Cut pro rendering issue?
| Had my whole project loaded up last night and then my computer shut down naturally and now I can't see to recover what I've already edited in the timeline... any answers?|
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2021.10.18 05:54 BlackEntity2 The final update on my pixel art of all Ink Sans phases
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2021.10.18 05:54 muhammad_osman Edexcel Biology (9-1)
2021.10.18 05:54 hippyflowermama I took some popcorn nugs off some of the plants last week or so to encourage more top growth. We tried some yesterday and considering it's not even at it's best yet it is super strong!!
2021.10.18 05:54 Radiation69 the perfect playlist
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2021.10.18 05:54 EmotionComplex3276 Whats the most cringe thing you know?
2021.10.18 05:54 lovely_renee Instagram hashtags?
Finally starting up an Instagram and I was wondering what hashtags do you guys recommend using? Hashtags good enough to be seen but not enough to get me banned lol
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2021.10.18 05:54 Saeseese I drew Crusch as an idol [OC]
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2021.10.18 05:54 kucksa Ruben please come back
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2021.10.18 05:54 Ok-Equipment1552 France deserves its surrendering reputation
DISCLAIMER: I don't mean to offend anyone this is just my opinion.
Also I want you to know I am talking about post napoleon france, which IMO was the worst period militarily in frances long history.
I got this opinion from the many times when france surrendered prematurely or they needed there allies to help them because of the French government underestimating there opponents, here are some examples:
Franco-Prussian war: France or more specifically Napoleon III underestimated Germany and lost to Bismarck by foolish strategy even when they had better weapons or larger armies which ultimately leaded to Napoleon III himself being captured and france surrendering.
WW1: Although France won they would have lost if not for the other allies, this can be said for the UK and America also but I think France is the one who needed there allies the most. As they clearly were only able to hold back the Germans for the most part due to the maginot line, and the Germans would have easily steamrolled through if not for the UK helping France push them back with military aid.
WW2: France was arrogant in its use of horses plus the inability to adapt to modern war standards and laying back on its army's training. They also Famously Prematurely Surrendered to the Germans when they easily could have fought back for at minimum a couple weeks and maybe even a month.
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2021.10.18 05:54 HawtAmber (19F) am I hot?
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2021.10.18 05:54 kevin_lws ［Important] For those who ordered Jiao Fu Navs, please come and read
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2021.10.18 05:54 Cat_dude1 I played with less space before
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2021.10.18 05:54 Stefan0_ HAND = Have A Nice Day
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2021.10.18 05:54 Benthekarateboy What other detective shows are there like Psych and Monk?
So far, I have watched Monk, and almost finishing up with Psych.
I have watched Rookie, since it has some comedy and police procedural.
I started watching Mentalist and White Collar, and they are not bad.
I want to know if there are more shows like these: crime drama, police procedural, possibly comedy.
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2021.10.18 05:54 geocraft-mc Replace Textbook with apnotes.net
2021.10.18 05:54 paulbeckingham Polperro Quay, me, oils, 2020
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2021.10.18 05:54 CriticismSure3870 Consulting - Operations/Transformation, Insurance
A bit about me; employed at largest insurance broker and risk management advisor. 10 years experience across the broking value chain including operations and technology where I reported into the COO for APAC an operations manager working across various projects.
I'm currently looking to relocate back to the UK from Australia after 8 years away. Whilst searching for prospective roles I continue to come across roles with the Big4 across their business transformation/operations consulting teams within the insurance client segment.
So, I wanted to know if anyone on here can shed some light as to what those teams/departments are like to work in (work/life, salary, diversity of projects etc etc) and if someone with my experience can even make that transition?
Happy to give further information on myself if needed!
Thanks in advance.
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2021.10.18 05:54 marmalademagic So true, I was the truth.
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2021.10.18 05:54 nanaluvya Kitty (7 months) tooth got stuck in collar!
Basically I was gone for the weekend. My grandfather was taking care of my cat for me for the two days that I was gone and when I got back her collar was stuck on her tooth/gum and it left an imprint. I’m going to take her to the vet in the morning but do you think she is OK? I tried to get pictures of it but she wouldn’t stay still per usual and she’s eating fine and cuddling me right now so I think she’s OK but I want to be more prepared if I need to do something right now.
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2021.10.18 05:54 SixOneFive615 Race Report: Ironman Arizona 70.3. My first triathlon, first open water swim, and first 40+ mi bike ride, all in 90 degree heat.
My background is as a runner, and I've completed a number of marathons prior to making the leap. I know my knees can't continue to take the same beating for the next few decades, so I figured it was time to add in the bike and swim. Coming into this, the only cycling and swimming experience I had was as a little kid, and I had zero REAL experience on a road bike or doing distance swimming.
I live in Las Vegas, and the vast majority of my training time for the race was during 110+ heat, so I spent WAY more time in the gym than I'd have liked. I worked up to back to back 40mi/2hr spin bike session, but never made it past 40mi. Swim went as far as 4500m in a 25m pool. And the treadmill was my happy place. I tried to make the majority of my sessions bricks.
Shame on me for not going to Lake Mead, but I never did an open water swim prior to the event, bought my first road bike about 3 weeks before the event itself, and this was my first triathlon of any kind. I did end up getting in a number of outdoor runs and medium length bike rides towards to the end of the training as Vegas dipped into the 90s at night in September. On to the event...
The forecast was for a day starting in the 60s and working up to the high 70s/low 80s. But Saturday cracked 90 and by the time I arrived just after 5am it was already in the low 70s. I probably got there a little early, but had plenty of time to get my area set up and was really prepared with about everything I could need. The race started at 6:20, and at about 6:00 we all started working our way to the swim start. For whatever reason, the swim start was about .25mi from the transition area in one direction, and .25mi at the exit as well.
This was a rolling start, so everyone got in groups of their projected times and I settled in at the back of the 40-43. I was a little confused why everyone would have 1h:10m to finish the swim from when they started, but that the bike was a hard 5h:30m cutoff from the 6:20am. Due to this, I feel like people who wouldn't normally go in some of the slower groups moved up front, as I spent a lot of the swim running on top of people. The rolling start took a WHILE to get going, and I didn't hit the water for 35 minutes for a 6:55a start. However, during training I'd been listening to a lot of Arcade Fire and The Killers, and as I got close to the front, The Killers' "Read My Mind" came on the speakers and I felt like it was a good sign.
The swim itself was really reasonable, particularly for my first open water swim. It was 4 right turns and 2 left turns (I still don't understand why it wasn't just made a little longer and kept to 4 right turns) in the Tempe Town Lake. We swam directly into a rising sun for most of the race, one of a couple logistical decisions that didn't make a ton of sense, and I definitely got a little off course at about the mid point. The lake itself was right at 68 degrees and felt great in a sleeveless wetsuit. The water was incredibly murky, but it was nice to not taste chlorine for the entire swim. I expected to finish right around 40-43, and ended up at 39m, my fastest 1.2mi I'd ever done.
I headed to the transition and made sure I was really prepared for the bike. In hindsight, 15 mins was WAY too long to spend in transition, but it's a good lesson and could have made a big difference on my final time (more on that later). Taking off on the bike, I was a little nervous, as this was probably the discipline I was least familiar with and had never done the full 56 miles. The course itself was three loops with 22 turns and 5 u-turns on each lap, and about 700ft. of elevation gain each loop.
Literally on the first 90 degree turn, less than a mile in, I did not follow the apex and head on crushed a traffic cone. I hit it so square that it just folded under and I was able to correct and go on my way. I thought it was a bit of a fortuitous start, but luckily that was the only issue that came up on the rest of the ride. I averaged just over 18.3mph and finished at 3:03 with two bathroom stops, significantly faster than I'd expected. The ride went way more smoothly than I could have imagined, thought I do have to gripe that the roads themselves were horrible. I asked numerous other people if this was on par with other events they been in, and they agreed across the board that the roads were really bad.
I felt pretty good heading into the run transition, particularly because this was my discipline. The turnaround was only 5 minutes this time and I was on my way. However, while I was incredibly prepared on the bike, I completely forgot nipple tape, my bag of salt tabs/aspirin, and left without applying sunblock "because I rarely burn". Famous last works. By this point in the day, it was clearly getting pretty hot and I was oddly grateful for having done my training in Las Vegas.
The first three miles were a bit rough. The legs were tight, particularly through the shins and it almost felt like I was about to get shin splint cramps. But much like during the brick training sessions, by mile 4 the legs opened up and I was able to maintain a pace in the low 9s for most of the race. Sucking down a Gu pack every 2 miles, I was feeling good but shocked I couldn't find tape, band aids, or salt at any of the aid stations. I also don't think I saw a clearly marked medical tent for the entire run portion.
The run was two loops, and I actually felt significantly better going into the second loop than the first, probably because I knew I was going to finish at that point. I ended up chatting with a couple folk on the second lap, which served as a really pleasant distraction for a couple of the miles. I crushed water at ever chance, and frankly had to use the bathroom 4-5 times. In hindsight, I probably overdid it on the hydration, but it was over 90 degrees by this point and I wasn't taking any chances. As I took the final turn of the second loop I still had a bit in the tank and cranked out a 7:41 final mile for a half marathon time of 2:05.
My goal was under 7 hours, and in the end I finished in 6:07:22 (right at the 50th percentile for my age group). I was a little miffed I spent 20 minutes in transition and could have ran sub 6 hours, but ultimately the day was a real success in 90 degree heat and I learned a LOT. I felt relatively decent after the race itself and made my way back to the hotel, at that point realizing I looked like a headband/sunglasses wearing lobster. While the front of my hips are a bit sore, I think the sunburn is the worst malady from the event, and a lesson to always use the sunblock whether you think you need it or not. I struggled to eat anything until this evening, but absolutely feasted on pierogis and meatballs at a restaurant near my hotel, and came back to type this up.
As for the race, I enjoyed it and am glad I chose it as my first triathlon. However, with the really poor quality road, insufferable heat, and a number of other confusing logistical choices, I probably wouldn't do this one again.
From a learning experience standpoint, I'd hurry up on the first transition and be sure to have everything I needed for the run during the second. It's good to know I don't need to be as crazy about hydrating as I was, and I'd like to work in some solid foods next time (Tailwind and Gu packs got a bit old by the run).
But realistically, if those were my only errors on my first triathlon, I'm feeling pretty good. Now to take a little time off, do some strength work, then begin training for the full Ironman Alaska next August...
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2021.10.18 05:54 NoBrilliant6924 You should definitely try!
Hello friends, today I'm going to share my opinion of the best ds game ever and you should definitely give it a try!!!
And my opinion the best ds game ever with the best story and gameplay is Solatorobo red the hunter...I have played it and I'm in love with this game,it's story is so amazing. I'm not gonna give spoilers, just go and play it....
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2021.10.18 05:54 andrewpinching West Coast beach finds!
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2021.10.18 05:54 Quiet_Advertising494 Não sei se realmente é uma boa notícia, mas recuperei meu investimento.
Há alguns dias atrás postei que meu amigo fez eu comprar 350 reais de fone bluetooth achando q eu ia vender fone de 30 reais por 130, no fim não consegui vender nem a 50. Mas algumas horas atrás um cara me ofereceu 500 reais pelos 12 fones. Eu aceitei, mas agora to com medo de ele roubar os fones quando eu for entregar, de ele me matar, ou de me entregar nota falsa. Roubar ou me matar ta até ok, mas se ele me entregar nota falsa eu posso ser preso ou simplesmente ter que jogar elas no lixo. Tem algum método bom além de olhar a marca d'água ou caneta uv? Pq n tenho tempo pra comprar uma caneta uv até amanhã. E eu tbm to com medo de ele n gostar se eu ficar checando as notas pra ver se é real.
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