2021.11.28 15:07 BillGates_mousepad The amount of leaves for a small front lawn
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2021.11.28 15:07 vivalahierba I don't know how, but I unlocked this song today and just did about 10 tries. My record before the diamond was 4 stars.
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2021.11.28 15:07 plasmaHawk NY Times Essay | First, I Cried. Then, I Rode My Bike.
2021.11.28 15:07 SturdyMilk05254 Device raid inviting 10
2021.11.28 15:07 xermo We need a 5th type of “oomer” called the groomer
2021.11.28 15:07 joepingleton Lack of a sense of location
One of the complaint's I am hearing from new watchers of the show is that they don't have a sense of where things are happening. Say what you will about GOT but the opening gave a sense of where everything was located from the very beginning. Plus all the characters had a space they belonged in. You had the Starks in the north, ect. I've read the books and wikis so many times that I know where everything is, but someone new must be lost. Right now it just seems that they are all traveling in some vague direction to an unknown White Tower we don't know anything about. So it feels kinda pointless.
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2021.11.28 15:07 DrunkenPyrat [Landlord US-NC] Advice for rent adjustment.
First time landlord (wife and I). We plan on renting a house with a yard, and intend to include a fee for lawn/garden care if tenants don't want to do it themselves. Our first prospective tenants have indicated that they'd plan on doing it themselves. Since its our first time doing this, we intend to start with a short 6 month lease beginning January.
My instinct is to begin by removing the yard fee since they want to do it themselves and just increase it mid year if they aren't maintaining it.
My wife wants to start off with the fee included and remove it mid year if they've been maintaining it. This feels morally wrong to me, even if it does sound safer (remember we're brand new to this).
I'd love to hear what others think about this and suggestions for how to decide.
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2021.11.28 15:07 bensbrackets Undertale Songs March Madness Tournament!!!
So. I'm starting a March Madness style tournament of my favorite 68 songs from Undertale. Today I am posting the "First Four" Matchups.
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2021.11.28 15:07 Soulhero420 Oni Akiha (aka best girl)
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2021.11.28 15:07 jurderson New to structured training, what tests to do/benchmarks to set?
I'm new to structured training, and would like to get benchmarks established so I can set up my zones and track my training progress. I'll be doing FTP and FTHR tests shortly, but can you think of any other tests that might be useful? The Wiki just mentioned those 2.
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2021.11.28 15:07 ScreamWithMeStories 3 NSFW Scary As Hell Stories | Reddit Horror Stories
2021.11.28 15:07 Billylacystudio Rhodolite for Custom Ring
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2021.11.28 15:07 texffc1 Gona make it my wallpaper
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2021.11.28 15:07 Suspicious_Jaguar_31 Current market FUD resembles last year’s elections and March’s lockdown FUD
Does anyone remember last November when everyone was scared about the effect of the US elections on the stock market? That Biden being elected would have crashed the markets? Biden kept the money printer running, and instead of crashing the markets went on a crazy run.
Let’s go a bit further. March 2020. Covid alpha variant was surging, supply chain was disrupted, lockdowns and once again a major crash and FUD. What was the result? Again , a market rally as soon as the new monetary policies were announced.
What makes you think this time will be different? I think it won’t. This extreme uncertainty is meant to cause panic sell, before the markets continue their course
The black swan event will come but omicron doesnt seem to be it.
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2021.11.28 15:07 Frost_Walker2017 [Op-Ed] One of Three: The PWP and their Propensity to Draw Fire
I’m not sure I need to discuss in depth the backdrop to this op-ed. For those interested, they can check out the article from The Herald, but the long and the short of it is this: the PWP are, once again, coming under fire.
I am, incidentally, in part responsible for that article, having spoken to sources within the government and discussing it with my colleagues in opposition. The latest scandal involving the PWP comes after the introduction of the Pub Bill that saw widespread condemnation on multiple fronts, being attacked for misunderstanding excise duty, arbitrary decisions on nationalisation, incoherent regulations on profitability, and for having an incomplete opening speech. It’s strange that I feel the final item is more deplorable than the rest - the very least one could do is complete an opening speech, and after raising a Point of Order a Deputy Speaker confirmed it was how they were given it. This comes after the HS3 incident and the failed motion of no confidence, successive failures to attend MQs, consistently poor turnout, and in their devolved parties the Half-Day Collapse in Northern Ireland, successive antagonistic attempts to undermine their executive partners and somehow managing to make a railways bill sectarian, the claim that Alliance in Northern Ireland are the cause of sectarianism, confusing voters with their failed CUA project, failure to attend an education MQs in Scotland and generally not completing their portfolios, plus starting a press war with the government in Wales.
What a list. I’ve just sat back and read that over again. I am mildly impressed - my congratulations to the PWP on being so full of scandals as they have been since August. August. Three months ago. But I digress - the question is, at what point do we put our feet down and say “no more”?
The better question may be - at what point does the government do that? With Cabinet splitting over the pub bill and its amendments, with the Chancellor being undermined by his own deputy, with the PWP threatening to veto any Labour bills if they didn’t bow before them, how the hell can they justify this? It culminates when you hear that the PWP threatened to withdraw entirely from government if Labour didn’t, and Labour bent under Solidarity pressure. It then becomes depressingly laughable when you realise that the PWP alone is not enough to collapse the government - it requires 1/3 of the MPs in the coalition to withdraw - ie it requires 26 members currently. The PWP are on 11. With unconfirmed reports that the PWP are looking to push Labour out of government, it raises the question as to whether the PWP assumed that any party withdrawing collapsed it outright - in which case, why try to push Labour out? - or whether they knew that they wouldn’t collapse the government and relied on everybody else assuming that they would.
At the start of the term, I considered the PWP to be some sort of moderating force in the Rose coalition, moderating Solidarity’s and Labour’s economic policies. Now, I see it is ironically Solidarity who is the moderating force - moderating the arguments between Labour and the PWP, which usually ends with Labour getting the short end of the stick and succumbing to Solidarity pressure to give it up for the PWP. After all, Solidarity quite rightly want to avoid a government collapse.
The only way a collapse could occur, however, would be if they withdrew from the government, or if both the PWP and Labour withdrew simultaneously (or near enough). Allowing one party to antagonise another and then expecting the other to accept it is not how you ought to conduct government business. You try to strike a middle ground, you try to address concerns, you try to fix the issue, and if the issue is the entire thing you accept that it needs to be redone or dropped entirely.
If I were Solidarity, however, I would be more concerned about what the PWP threatening to veto every Labour bill could mean. Let me repeat - the PWP threatened to veto every Labour bill if Labour didn’t withdraw opposition to the Pubs Bill. Let’s assume that Solidarity presents rightful opposition to a PWP bill, but now the precedent is established that the PWP are willing to veto every item of business from a party in government that opposes one bill of theirs. Is that something that Solidarity want to risk?
Let’s also look elsewhere. The PWP may have screwed themselves over even worse - say, in Northern Ireland, where they look set to take the position of First Minister from Sinn Fein. I won’t go into detail on the process of forming an Executive, but the long and the short of it is that the PWP and either Labour or Solidarity are necessary to forming an Executive (Labour or Solidarity because of how close the SDLP and Sinn Fein are in the polls). If the PWP insist on threatening to withdraw or veto bills they don’t like the look of, and so far this term the UWP have withdrawn support for random items of business that had previously been in the name of the Executive, there’s a very real risk that parties refuse to be played like it again and Northern Ireland is left in the shitter. We’ve seen how the PWP are willing to throw a tantrum over the most minor of things already - it’s time for the grown ups to ignore the baby and not feed into its delusions of grandeur.
But the story doesn’t end there! I said that one of the PWP’s scandals was missing MQs to the Home Secretary, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. It turns out that co-leader Kalvin appointed himself ‘acting’ Home Secretary without discussing it with his own co-leader. Ignoring that ‘Acting’ positions don’t constitutionally exist in the UK, Eddy rightfully became angry when he found this out and threatened to defect, at which point they gave in and reappointed him Home Secretary. Putting aside questions over whether or not Eddy should continue to serve if he doesn’t have the time to, that the PWP can’t even communicate internally on this issue explains a lot about how they communicate with everybody else.
But Frosty, I hear you say, aren’t you also attacking your coalition partners in Scotland by doing this? The answer is yes. The difference is, the Scottish Progressives don’t suffer anywhere near as major issues as the National branch or their Northern Irish branch (I’ll let you, the reader, find the link between the two). Granted, I accept that communications within the Scottish Government are not fantastic, but they at least exist, and we talk over our issues with anything, and the SProgs leadership of Muffin and Lightning work well together and with other members. My problems with the PWP do not lie with those two individuals.
Tell a minor lie - another problem with the PWP does lie with one of them; Muffin, their Chief Whip. The PWP have the consistently worst turnout of any party in the Commons, lying at just over 80%. The next party up, the Conservatives, are on just under 91%, with Labour and Solidarity both just above 95%, then Coalition on just over 99% and the Lib Dems on 100%. It’s quite a difference between the bottom two positions. For context, their turnout last term was just over 85%, and in the 14th term (when they had just two MPs!) their turnout was just over 76%. While, of course, Muffin wasn’t chief whip in the 14th term, and as I understand it they only took up the job at the start of this term, that the PWP are not only unreliable at communicating with themselves, but also with other parties, and also that they fail to answer MQs, and also with ensuring proper turnout, paints a poor picture.
I said before that it’s time to put our feet down, whether in government or in opposition. At what point do we say “Enough is enough” and demand better from a party entrusted with governing the country. They miss votes, miss accountability, attack their parties in coalition, and rush out poorly thought through legislation that not every party supported but were forced into supporting. The Pubs Bill marks their second bill this term, with a third on the docket but not read. Do they deserve their heightened position?
I speak honestly to the leaderships of Labour and Solidarity. Is this really the sort of coalition partner you want? If not, what are you going to do about it? This cannot go on forever, this endless instability from within your own benches that is so often instability for the sake of it. Demand better, and take action.
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2021.11.28 15:07 Slurp_Lord I keep seeing all the hermits use the copper layout on the left, yet none of them (at least the ones I watch) seem to realize that they can squeeze them much closer together while still having it take the exact same amount of time to oxidize.
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2021.11.28 15:07 slv94 PC Windows Mode?
| Let me start off by saying that I'm a complete Skyrim virgin and I am sorry if this is a dumb question, but my own research has not lead me to a real answer. |
I just downloaded the game last night and have been having fun playing it. I would really like to put it in Windows mode though so I can drag my cursor between monitors. I'd really prefer to not have to "Alt+Tab" out and it seems most of the "solutions" I have found still require that. I did find the settings option on the launcher and tried changing that to Windows Mode, but even with a resolution of 1920x1080, the game only takes up about 3/4 of my screen (picture below), and it still doesn't allow me to drag my cursor like I'm hoping. I understand that the curser is how you look around in the game, but if I could at least get it move from monitor to monitor it when I hit "Esc" or "Tab" that would be convenient.
Thank you in advance for the help.
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2021.11.28 15:07 Successful-Deer-7645 Just a thought
Is it weird to always feel anxious to go back to campus? I think a part of me wants to stay home and be in my comfort zone, but I know I wouldn't grow this way.
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2021.11.28 15:07 SRFBot Rückenwind für den Bundesrat – doch nun folgt die Bewährungsprobe
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2021.11.28 15:07 crkenney my favorite cusses
2021.11.28 15:07 Liax_101 Who is the best hormone monster?
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2021.11.28 15:07 chickenlover46 Did Courtney hate her short hair? I always thought she looked unbelievably beautiful with it and wish she’d kept it!
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2021.11.28 15:07 abro79 Hello! Does anyone want to trade 32° and the first snow for sunshine and sun?
2021.11.28 15:07 thr3sk nikkii.fit
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