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2021.12.03 00:51 zoomzoom913 There is an NA somewhere underneath

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2021.12.03 00:51 properal CIA Files Say Staff Committed Sex Crimes Involving Children. They Weren’t Prosecuted.

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2021.12.03 00:51 Regenerative_Med_Bot Bionic eye study paves the way towards human trials. A newly designed bionic eye is safe and stable for long-term implantation, researchers conclude following a three-month study in sheep. The discovery paves the way for human trials of the bionic device.

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2021.12.03 00:51 lss_mobile_mod_05 BB gg

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2021.12.03 00:51 oliveinchocolat Ticket for Providence, RI show

Hi guys,
I bought a ticket for the show in Providence on Saturday but unfortunately will not be able to go.
Does someone want it? I'm ready to give it for free, just sad to through it away.
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2021.12.03 00:51 TheAverageGamer06 Question: Do you all also face problems with MS Teams on Linux?

Teams is the only reason I'm using windows right now. The linux client never gets any updates and is a pain to use. And my mic has refused to work with it completely. The client is still using the old UI which was very weird to use.
Is there a way to fix all of this?
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2021.12.03 00:51 greenblue98 Fox News host Laura Ingraham likens Germany's COVID-19 policies to the Nazis

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2021.12.03 00:51 Bucky_bared Ah blyat

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2021.12.03 00:51 worldbook6 Dog named Coco & a YouTube channel

I had this picture saved and I can’t think of what book this is to try and determine why I saved it. I can’t seem to add the pic here so I’ll put it in the comments.
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2021.12.03 00:51 CheckMate786 Why Mastering Stoicism Will Make You Emotionally Unbreakable and is A Must For Every Man to Practice?

I wrote this awhile back, and I think, I even posted it here. But it's gone. Seeing some of the posts and comments here, regarding the people going through some tough time, I was like I have to repost this post of mine.
Now, first of all, what is stoicism? Stoicism is the endurance of pain or hardship without the display of feelings and without complaint.
Most of us, I bet have heard about 3 famous Greek Philosophers. Aristotle, Socrates and Plato. But, I want to talk about stoicism because a lot of people don't know about it, and many confuse it with being emotionless or numb. Nope. That's not what stoicism is.
Stoicism is a philosophy which was invented in the early 3rd century. It allows you to minimize negative emotions and maximize your gratitude and joy.
There were 3 stoic principal leaders: Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus and Seneca.
Number 1. Marcus Aurelius was a big adherent of stoicism and it helped him lead Rome for 2 decades. He wrote many things regarding stoicism in his journals. Stoicism gave Aurelius a huge advantage in life and in his kingship. He lead Rome through many disastrous battles, plagues and many hardships. But, he always kept his cool and he never was negative. He took whatever came at him, in a very stoic and positive way with the right mindset.
Number 2. Epictetus was born a slave. He founded his own school of stoicism and thought many great minds, and 1 of them was the future emperor Marcus Aurelius. Epictetus thought everything, not just theoretical, but everything from the philosophy of life, how to handle different situations that we are faced with each day and greatly, how to master stoicism in your day to day life, to keep you calm and at peace.
He thought us that, all external events are beyond our control. We should accept everything that comes to us calmly, because that thing is not in our control. But, however, each individual is responsible solely for their own actions. We cannot blame society or anyone else regarding our own decisions, that we choose to take. Each individual is solely responsible for whatever they do, that is in their control.
Number 3. Seneca was play writer and 1 of the Romes most wisest broker ever. He wrote many books on stoicism and was an adviser to Nero (Roman emperor).
Key principles and beliefs.
Number 1. Live in agreement with nature. We men are rational beings. We use our common sense and logic and practicality, in our day to day life, unlike women, who base majority of things off of their emotions and "how they feel at that exact moment."
"Living in agreement with nature" simply means, behaving rationally in each and every situation like a human. Not basing everything off of emotions.
Numer 2. Live by virtue. They make possible ease, self-mastery, and joy in leading a morally principled life. The four cardinal virtues are prudence, justice, courage and temperance.
Number 3. Focus on what you can control, and accept what you can't. Many things in our day to day life is in our hands, that we can control fully. But, many things aren't. Whether it's the weather, true nature of women, politics, or the clown world, none of this is in our control. So, we shouldn't worry. We should accept how it is, because even if we worried, what can you do about it? Nothing. It's not in our control, but what's in our control is, accepting the cold hard facts and leading a virtuous life, which focuses on ourselves, and does better for humanity.
Number 4. Distinguish between good, bad and indifferent things. You must acknowledge in your day to day life, between what's right and wrong and indifference doesn't mean coldness. You can't change them (AW-ALT) but take them as they are.
Number 5. Take action. The power to shape your life in whatever way you want, is in YOUR hands. Take this opportunity and take action, and do something positive with it, that will benefit you.
Number 6. Practice Misfortune. Ask what can go wrong. For example, if someone was to smoke all their life, what would happen? Lung cancer and many types of diseases and cancers. So, what we do? We tell them not to smoke, because the consequences of their actions will do nothing but harm them. Exact thing some men do. We remind ourselves of the consequences of thinking with what's downstairs and getting "emotional" rather than thinking rationally, and long term.
Just imagine, if the divorced men whose wives made their life's miserable were to have all this knowledge? They would have been way happier and never made the mistakes that they did. And now, they live in regret, but at least they realized it. We have to make our brothers aware and make them wake up before it's too late. Living in the so called "hope strategy" will make you nothing but delusional, and it's like your in Lala dream land. The real world doesn't work that way. As a famous saying goes, "Iron sharpens iron, so 1 man sharpens one another."
Number 7. Add a reserve clause to your actions. Happiness is not found in being very rich, or having that very expensive car, or that big house. That so called "happiness" fades away very fast. Winning is the not the ultimate goal, rather, the ultimate goal is being the best player and playing the best you can, which ironically, will lead to your win. Rather than only thinking of winning and drowning in self confidence, which in the end, does more harm than good. It's good to have high self confidence and ego, but always remember to be in your limits. Your victories and over confidence can lead to your destruction. The point is always remain humble.
Number 8. Love everything that happens (Amor fati). In Islam, everything is pre destined. Your destiny was written, even before you were born, by the Angels. As the Hadith states, indeed, only Duas can change destiny. But... Allah still gave us the power to control our lives through our actions. Don't think everything happened because it was "pre destined" rather, we must also remember that we're responsible for our own actions. If you tie the camel and have Taqwa, and then, if something happened to the camel then that indeed was the destiny. But don't say that oh, "I will not do my due diligence and leave the camel just there and Allah will protect it through some miracle!" This is foolishness. Allah also said, do your dd and gave us intellect.
Now, let's say something happened that we didn't wish for. What would happen? You either accept it or live in negative thoughts, which affects your mental health. What's the more wiser option? Accept it. Why? Because those things ultimately were not in our control.
Number 9. Turn Obstacles into opportunities. You know why most people are always negative? They see obstacles as barriers and live in this deception, that they cannot overcome it. There are many instances in life, that you can turn those obstacles into opportunities for your own success. But you know what the catch is? Being stoic, and thinking everything through from all fronts and then analyzing everything and then coming to conclusions, will eventually lead you to success. This "art" many cannot do. Most people are a slave to their emotions, and never be that. Be rational, thus be stoic.
Number 10. Be mindful. In this life, you have the power over your emotions, no matter what those emotions maybe. You must remember, any emotion that you get, will either do you good or bad. 1 of my favorite sayings of all time is "Before thinking of a short term gain, first think of it's long term affects." You must master the art of controlling your emotions, and being practical and logical no matter what. And rather thinking of the short term gain, think of the long term affects of that action.
In the end brothers, it's AWALT and that is not in our hands. But, what is in our hands is, how we accept it. The key is Mastering stoicism in our day to day lives, no matter what life throws at you. And being always very sharp of his surroundings and Mastering machiavellianism.
Praying 5 times a day, being a Muslim, giving charity and having good character, doesn't mean now, that you be so "nice" and let others walk all over you. Islam is always first, but after, there is a something called dignity and self respect. As they say, never be so nice that people take advantage of you, and never be so harsh that they only fear you. Balance is key, and now, this is were Machiavellianism comes in. You must function through life based on the tactics that apply in each and every situation of your life. This is were intellect and common sense comes in, and unfortunately, many lack of it, no matter if they have more "degrees" than a thermometer.
In conclusion my brother's, other then Allah, no one is going to help you function through this clown and unfair world. In the end, it's only you. And you have to accept that harsh reality, before your life becomes miserable because you stayed in that delusional fantasy. Remain that person, who is always stoic and that person who is unbreakable no matter what life throws at him. As they say, "What doesn't kill you, only makes you stronger."
Now. Some famous stoic sayings:
The best revenge is not to be like your enemy. Marcus Aurelius.
Waste no more time arguing what a good man should be. Be One. — Marcus Aurelius
You could leave life right now. Let that determine what you do and say and think.—Marcus Aurelius
He who fears death will never do anything worth of a man who is alive.—Seneca
Life is very short and anxious for those who forget the past, neglect the present, and fear the future.—Seneca
You have power over your mind — not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.―Marcus Aurelius
Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants.―Epictetus
True happiness is to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence upon the future, not to amuse ourselves with either hopes or fears but to rest satisfied with what we have, which is sufficient, for he that is so wants nothing. The greatest blessings of mankind are within us and within our reach. A wise man is content with his lot, whatever it may be, without wishing for what he has not.―Seneca
Indeed.
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2021.12.03 00:51 MrStealUrWaifu69 Always nice when this happens, yeah?

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2021.12.03 00:51 plobster Some freehand characters I drew the other night.. Timelapse in comments :)

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2021.12.03 00:51 bassclef62 So they say a standard SIC feature is the “M” on the the forehead. Not my Loki, he got the “W” option!

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2021.12.03 00:51 ImaginaryResident868 My fave modded moom colour

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2021.12.03 00:51 DuragTrevor Lil spoons here

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2021.12.03 00:51 FoeJred89 Ever wanted to play the next big board game before it hit the market? We're hosting a free board game playtesting event at The Crossroads, Tabletop Tavern this Sunday 3-6pm. Local designers will be bringing their latest prototypes and looking for your honest feedback. Come join us!

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2021.12.03 00:51 Kiromeja Gmod model

Any idea how I could import then since they don’t seems to be working with or without tutorial m. I tried to get models into blender but something doesn’t seems to be showing anything. Just folder and it’s empty.
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2021.12.03 00:51 JCK_GANG Is it confirmed this month cuz why did rap just post this 😭

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2021.12.03 00:51 skidbo What is the metal cylinder around this LED called and where can i find some?

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2021.12.03 00:51 IHungryAlready Paul Tambyah - Latest COVID Measures Are Like "Shutting The Barn Door After The Horse Has Bolted"

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2021.12.03 00:51 vic_the_slav_one [PC] Need Northern Armor Set

I can give some souls in exchange.
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2021.12.03 00:51 btw_bookworm Blood Wounds by Susan Beth Pfeffer is bloody brilliant *spoilers*

First off, this scenario: the estranged, abusive father you haven't seen in 13 years is suddenly wanted for questioning in a murder case. Oh, and not just any murder case, but that of his own wife and two children! That you didn't even know existed! Plus the little girl still missing and presumably with her father and hopefully alive while he drives to YOUR HOUSE for god knows what. How did Pfeffer come up with this!? Then to have the dad suicide by cop while his last daughter lies dead in the backseat is...an intense plot.
I watch a lot of true crime, and I think she's tapping into the YA demographic of kids raised with true crime obsessed parents who start jonesing for some content of their own. She certainly brings it! I thought it was weird to have Willa want to go to the funerals, but I appreciate how at first it plays straight with her mom saying no and her stepfather supporting keeping her home, then zigzags with Pauline offering to take her, because it's what Willa wants/needs. It's a wonderful hint that the "perfect family dynamic," they strive for is obviously seen through, and that others can sympathize with Willa feeling like she doesn't belong and that feeling isn't only in her mind.
Blood being a huge motif in the book, the level of eerieness brought to Willa's visit of the murder house does noooot disappoint! There's a scene before this of Willa accidentally on purpose slicing her palm with a broken glass, then later reopening the cut for the pain relief it gives her. She's casual about the blood, and methodical about using peroxide and bandages to keep it under control. A beautiful, if not slightly gross, parallel to how she sees the blood at the house. She says Dwayne must have stepped in the blood at some point, causing a trail of bloody foot prints. He must have washed his hands, because the blood stains in the girl's room are fainter. Then the scene was somewhat cleaned by professionals, but it's still totally apparent. That is some symbolism right there. Willa thinks cutting, and subsequently bleeding, can be contained as some sort of stress release practice and won't have real consequences. In truth, spilling blood is always an act of violence, a loss, something unable to be covered up that you need help to deal with. Willa noticeably doesn't cut after this point, and decides to reveal her cutting and ask for help.
Side note: so was Trace chilling in that house for awhile, with the big ass blood stains all over the place? How could he possibly use the bathroom? The girl was killed and left in the tub...that was a dumb choice to me. It would have been waaay more meaningful to have Willa offer Trace to stay at her blended family home since the other girls were leaving and he had been thru so much already. It would serve as a nice "let me do something to help you since you've put up with my crappy daughters for so long," move from Jack to show his growth. I wonder if Terri and Jack's marriage survived? I sure hope Terri finally got her self-respect back and started speaking up for herself and her kid. Obviously I'm glad Willa kept the life insurance money and split it in thirds with Trace and Crystal's family. MOST MATURE AND GENEROUS PERSON IN ALL OF THESE FAMILIES RIGHT THERE! I read this book in checks libby app 2 hours and 23 minutes. I couldn't stop myself.
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2021.12.03 00:51 GlobalOne738 [WTS] Eotech EXPS 3-0 tan (IL)

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2021.12.03 00:51 trevisions Out of 1212 loccity, pbg,tfg,ddw, l4m,tbg, hicity,bucktown,winona , what is thr deepest in numbers?

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2021.12.03 00:51 HightechTalltrees Is there a list of meditation deities?

I read an introduction to Tantra and I want to learn a little more about the deities involved and emanating. But I cant seem to find even a list of their names. Is there a reason for this? Secrecy?
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