2022.01.19 23:46 BabyDependent6432 Who is boss of WIT School deans?
I had a question about planning for summer class taking and wanted to ask about taking class outside of my School but think I will need to bring it to Provost and/or a school dean? is Provost the one to bring it to to see if I can to it? Which provost? Who? TIA.
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2022.01.19 23:46 Excellent_Bell_7172 What MOS can i get with an overall of 64 on the asvab?
2022.01.19 23:46 PicturesDempsey Hanya Mask I did for a Christmas gift last month IG:godofthebog
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2022.01.19 23:46 Malabrace Coming soon in a movie theater near you: the good, the bad and ______
2022.01.19 23:46 NimbuJimbu Automatons
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2022.01.19 23:46 reverze1901 Uovo - at the recommendation of the sub, did not disappoint. Pasta overnighted from Italy
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2022.01.19 23:46 yogottonr Missouri city texas / Houston
2022.01.19 23:46 thejellomaker I'll stay alive partially because my family wouldn't want me dead.
When family found out I tried to off myself, they were so worried. My mom took me to the hospital to get checked mentally. She expected me to be in a mental hospital for a while. But they casually asked if I wanted to stay overnight or not.
She hasn't tried to take me to a therapist since. It was in December of 2021 when this happened. I caused some shit and I felt so bad for my mistake to the point of being suicidal.
Suicidal thoughts are just natural for me. I've had them since I was a little girl. Sometimes I think death would be more peaceful than living. Just forever resting.
Mom reminded me to not just think about myself. She told me to think of how family would feel. She went on about how she once was a depressed teenager, too. So her advice was to stop just thinking about myself bc of she and other family members would feel.
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2022.01.19 23:46 spottyottydopalicius Does anyone here have Global Entry?
What I'd actually like to do is to follow up on my application that was submitted in November. Is there a number I can call. I tried writing on the website.
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2022.01.19 23:46 Slayers_Picks UFC 270 Fight Predictions!
I hope we're all doing well!
This card is a mix of hype and disappointment, but I understand why the UFC put so many debuting fighters on this card, DWCS just ended a few months ago and it's time for some new blood, and that's what made this particular write up a bit difficult, a lot of fresh faces, not a whole lot to know about them... I personally don't expect myself to do too well, but hopefully all is well lol.
Lets get down to business.
(c) - Champ
(D/DWCS) - Debut/Dana Whites' Contender Series
FLS - Fight Lose Streak
FWS - Fight Win Streak
NS - No Streak
(#x) - Rank in Division
x/3 - Confidence Levels.
Jack Della Maddalena (DWCS) (-300) (10-2-0, 10 FWS) v Pete Rodriguez (D) (+240) (4-0-0, 4 FWS) - A double debut! That’s certainly a rare thing to see these days in the UFC. Della Maddalena is coming off a rather impressive performance in DWCS over Loosa, and the first thing that stood out to me was his stance, it’s very wide and his lead leg is pretty far out there, which can leave it open to early leg kicks, but it’s also great for explosive movements, as well as moving in and out of range. Della Maddalena is excellent at moving just out of range from his opponent's attack, only to fire back just before his opponent resets. Della Maddalena just pours on the pressure, there’s rarely a time in that Loosa fight where Maddalena wasn’t throwing something, and it was always a different attack, the diversity of his striking is really impressive. Rodriguez looks like a tough fighter to fight, he’s very forward aggressive, but one thing I kinda noticed, that might not be a big deal and just might be a rare instance in his career, but I feel like he leaves his chin out there a bit when he strikes, and since Della Maddalena is great at gauging distance and countering, that could be a problem, especially since Della Maddalena loves using that right hook to initiate a combo. Either way, Rodriguez is still a very strong striker with insane power in his hands, but I don’t think that’s enough to defeat someone like Della Maddalena who is just so well versed in boxing offence and defence. I got Della Maddalena in this fight, he’s got more experience, and if he can march down Rodriguez like he did against Loosa, he could completely shut down Rodriguez.
Della Maddalena via KO R2 - (2/3)
Ilia Topuria (#14) (-530) (11-0-0, 11 FWS) v Charles Jourdain (+390) (12-4-1, NS) - This has been a chaotic fight to set up, with Evloev, Topuria’s original opponent, dropping out in recent days. Topuria is a devastating fighter at Featherweight at the moment, everything he does is so clean. The way he mixed up his attacks against Damon Jackson, body, then head, relentless pressure and vicious power, there’s a solid reason why this guy is undefeated. I won’t look too much into his fight against Ryan Hall because well, it was insanely one sided and Hall was an absolute idiot in that fight. The other major thing is his preparation for a fight, and whilst Evloev and Jourdain have vastly different styles, the longer this fight goes on, the better it is for Topuria because of that complete camp. Jourdain is coming off one of the best fights of his career, against a pretty outmatched Andre Ewell, and Jourdain did everything right, he landed some beautiful combos and lightning fast strikes. Jourdain loves kicking, he’s super fast when flinging those kicks up to the body or head, and it’s typically the left kick that he prefers, so that liver kick will always be available. However, Jourdain does struggle on the ground, he doesn’t exactly scramble to get out of these situations and if Topuria manages to get the fight to the ground, I feel like he could find success in keeping Jourdain down. However, Jourdain is still a dangerous kickboxer, and could pull off something big here, it really depends on what Topuria’s gameplan is, the longer Topuria is fighting on the feet, the better the chance Jourdain has at landing those significant shots and getting a win. However, for this prediction, I think Topuria has this, I feel like Jourdain is the type of fighter that needs to prepare properly or he won’t implement his incredible striking, and I mean, Topuria is many, many steps above Ewell if i’m being honest, so really, it’s a big step up for Jourdain.
Topuria via UD - (2/3)
Vanessa Demopolous (-110) (6-4-0, NS) v Silvana Gomez Juarez (-110) (10-3-0, NS) - This is an interesting opener for this card. Demopolous is coming off a tough loss against JJ Aldrich, and whilst she did show some resistance against the better fighter, Demopolous did display some strong grappling, both defensive and offensive, and considering that grappling and submissions are Demopolous’s main weapons, I expect nothing less from her. Demopolous isn’t afraid to get a little violent on the feet though, she’s great at covering distance and landing shots to different parts of the body, she utilised a beautiful body-head combo in the Aldrich fight a few times which was fairly effective, but JJ was better and handled Demopolous very well wherever the fight went. Juarez is coming off a pretty devastating loss against Lupita Godinez, and it really wasn’t a competition, Godinez dominated the fight with strong wrestling and dominant ground control. Juarez is relatively well rounded though and prior to her bout in the UFC, she has some impressive wins under her belt, in which she displays very aggressive striking, maybe a bit too wild for the UFC but ultimately whenever the fight is on the feet, be assured that she’s going to look for a knockout. This makes me think that Demopolous is going to try to take this fight to the ground and completely negate Juarez’s ability to let those hands fly. This is a tough one though, but I think Demopolous could possibly get a win here.
Demopolous via UD - (1/3)
Raoni Barcelos (-420) (16-2-0, NS) v Victor Henry (D) (+320) (21-5-0, NS) - This is a fight that was scheduled to happen twice already, so lets hope the third time's the charm! Barcelos is coming off a tough loss against Valiev half a year ago, and even though he lost, he still looked excellent, he was lightning quick with his attacks, masking a lot of his shots behind feints and movement, it was a classic example of the speed and highly technical prowess that most Bantamweights have on the feet. Barcelos is excellent at making a fight a little bit gritty as well, landing heavy kicks and making excellent reads of his opponent, and that all comes from his veteran experience against some tough Bantamweights. Henry is making his debut, coming off an excellent win against Albert Morales on LXF, a relatively unknown promotion, and whilst he might not have faced anyone of Barcelos’s skill level, he has certainly put the work in. Henry is very well rounded with maybe a preference for wrestling, so I do expect him to try to get in close and try to get this fight to the ground. There really isn’t too much to say about Henry, his record is impressive and his work rate is just as impressive, but I think Barcelos is a bit too much for a debut fight. However, if he can get a win over Barcelos, that’s a chunky addition to the resume. I got Barcelos here, I think he’s got the right toolset to get the win here.
Barcelos via UD - (2/3)
Jasmine Jasudavicius (DWCS) (+205) (6-1-0, 2 FWS) v Kay Hansen (-255) (7-4-0, NS) - This one is a head scratcher. Jasudavicius is a name i’m going to struggle to spell naturally for a long time, but her name aside, she has put on a pretty strong performance on DWCS, in which she displayed both great wrestling and control on the ground, as well as excellent usage of her reach and height. Jasudavicius is a very strong boxer too, with a great guard and ability to just find her mark and let those punches land. However, I feel like she’s a bit green, and that Hansen will probably expose her with that experience difference. Hansen is an excellent grappler, and even though she did lose in her fight against McKenna, she did easily land those takedowns and become a serious threat on the ground. That will be key in this fight because of the huge size difference between the two fighters, with Jasudavicius having both a 5 inch height and reach advantage. The only way to get past that reach disadvantage is to get in close and grapple, or at least box in the pocket which might be easy because of the smaller cage. I really don’t know what else to say about this fight. I feel like Hansen will have a solid game plan coming into this fight, and that grappling will be important early on. Short and sweet prediction, lets see how the fight plays out.
Hansen via UD - (1/3)
Tony Gravely (-250) (21-7-0, NS) v Saimon Oliveira (DWCS) (+200) (18-3-0, 5 FWS) - Gravely has had his ups and downs in his UFC career as of late, and with his recent KO loss against Maness on that Smith v Spann card, there’s no doubt that he’s looking for a quick bounce back because he did show some beautiful striking in that bout, with a near KO in the first round, it was such a clean, fast punch, something Gravely does exceptionally well, there’s no loading up, no tell, he just throws it out there knowing it will land. Gravely is also a very good grappler, able to land some gorgeous takedowns and slams, and control his opponents on the ground. Oliveira has some wrong info on his Tapology, or right info and maybe the UFC is wrong, because on Tapology, his reach is 67 inches, but on DWCS during the card intro, it said 72 inches, someones wrong here. Anyway, Oliveira is an excellent Muay Thai striker, he’s very traditional with his stance and that allows him to flick out those lead kicks and his high guard allows him to just clash effectively with an opponent that’s willing to trade. In this particular fight though, it’ll be dangerous if Gravely was to trade with him because I feel like Oliveira might have the more varied strikes, and it could throw off Gravely’s pattern and rhythm. Oliveira does get a bit wild though and I think he might have a cardio problem, because whilst he looked fast and crisp in the first round (with the majority of the round being rather uneventful on the ground) he looked a lot slower in the second round, and a lot more sloppy. I feel that Gravely has this fight, but this will be a low confidence pick. I choose Gravely simply because what I saw from Oliveira was a strong first round, and a slower, more wild second and third, whilst Gravely is capable of keeping a similar pace in all three rounds.
Gravely via UD - (1/3)
Matt Frevola (-200) (8-3-1, 2 FLS) v Genaro Valdez (DWCS) (+170) (10-0-0, 10 FWS) - This is a fascinating one. Frevola lives up to his nickname “Steamrolla” at times due to his ability to just rush forward and be stupendously aggressive with his wrestling and pressure, but that train has run out of steam recently after losing back to back in vastly different ways. He was clearly outwrestled when fighting Tsarukyan, who landed 10 takedowns over the span of the fight, and then he got knocked out by Terrance McKinney in the very first round, within 7 seconds, so 2021 hasn’t been the greatest year for Frevola. Frevola’s biggest weapon is his forward aggression and wrestling, but what happens if the other guy (Valdez) has that in spades? Valdez is coming off an outstanding performance on DWCS, and what I saw got me insanely hyped for his debut, and he could not have been paired up with a better dance partner. Valdez is a very strong, aggressive, wild fighter, everything he does is power, speed, aggression, and absolute destruction, and at 10-0, an undefeated streak, you cannot miss this. Valdez is a tsunami of action and pace, especially in that first round, and whilst everyones gas tank has to end eventually, I think Valdez will be much more calm and paced in this particular fight because Frevola is not someone you can just walk through, and DWCS is a show where you leave it all in the octagon for hopes of a contract. My biggest worry though is his pace, its just too much to be sustainable, and if Frevola survives the first or second round, what then? There’s a lot of chaos when Valdez fight and i sincerely hope he hones that craziness a little bit, because he’s a good fighter otherwise. This might bite me in the ass, but I got Valdez here, there isn’t that much difference experience wise between Frevola and Valdez, but if Valdez goes crazy in the first round, then who knows what’s going to happen? Even though this prediction is going to be a semi-confident pick, tail it at your own risk.
Valdez via KO R1 - (2/3)
Michael Morales (DWCS) (-145) (12-0-0, 12 FWS) v Trevin Giles (+120) (14-3-0, NS) - Another very interesting fight. Morales surprised me with his performance on DWCS, he utilized his reach very well, and he looked super calm in there, with no excessive movements, everything looked clean. Morales works excellently off his very snappy jab, and he will no doubt use that in this fight against Giles since he does have a significant reach advantage. However, one thing i’ve noticed is that when he’s backing off and trying to get out of range of an attack, he leaves his chin up in the air and I feel like that could either leave him open for a lunging attack by Giles, or an open body shot. Morales also might struggle against Giles’ wrestling since Giles is mostly a very heavy grappler, and we haven’t really seen what Morales is capable of on the ground against high level fighters. Giles is coming off a tough KO loss against Dricus Du Plessis, and whilst Giles did well at pressuring and making sure Du Plessis was almost always on the back foot, it wasn’t enough and he got caught with a counter off the cage. One thing I do want to point out that worries me is the weight cut, how will he look on the scales? I don’t think Giles has ever been a Welterweight fighter before, and with him being at a physical size disadvantage against the newcomer, I wonder if he will look more diminished on the scales, and if that will impact his performance. Either way, Giles has faced his fair share of tough fighters, Krause, Dolidze, Meerschaert to name a few, and that experience against those fighters will no doubt play a big role in this fight, but how will he get past that reach difference? I’m leaning on Morales to get a win here, but it could easily go either way, I just can’t wait to see what the weigh in looks like for Giles.
Morales via UD - (1/3)
Rodolfo Vieira (-285) (8-1-0, NS) v Wellington Turman (+220) (17-5-0, NS) - This is certainly a fight that has me interested. Vieira has been a nearly unstoppable juggernaut in his career, with only one set back against Hernandez last year, in which Vieira gassed pretty hard in the first round, thus leading to a second round submission loss against Hernandez, I feel like Vieira has since then fixed those issues and learnt to pace himself, and only to chase a submission if it’s there, evident by his win against Stoltzfus, in which he showed better striking, and far, far better pacing. Vieira as most of us know, is one of the most dangerous submission artists in the UFC, he’s incredible at getting the fight to the ground and making sure that he wastes little time there, as he gets into a dominant position and starts to do his thing. Turman on the other hand, hasn’t really impressed me a whole lot. His UFC career has been for the most part a downside on his career, as he has faced endless challenges. Turman is great at grappling and getting the fight to the ground, but I don’t think he will want to try that against someone like Vieira who could run circles around him… or grapple circles around him, you get the point, Vieira will win the grappling exchanges, so Turmans best chance at winning is to throw out volume and maybe win by points. However, Vieira has evolved into a different fighter from his first and only loss to Hernandez, his striking is much better, his cardio looks to be better, and each fight is experience added. I got Vieira here, it’ll be an interesting fight and we’ll see if there’s going to be another roadblock for Vieira, but really, Vieira is something dangerous.
Vieira via Sub R2 - (2/3)
Cody Stamann (+175) (19-4-1, 2 FLS) v Said Nurmagomedov (-205) (14-2-0, NS) - Stamann is coming off back to back losses, however they were against some incredibly tough and highly technical fighters, I mean, Dvalishvili and Rivera? That’s some high level competition. Stamann has always been a fairly strong wrestler, he’s great at rushing in close, and getting those takedowns effectively. Everything Stamann does in the wrestling department is pretty solid, and that’s also why some people might think he’s a little boring, it’s just his style. However, when he fights another wrestler, he kind of doesn’t do too well, Dvalishvili being a prime example of that, he just can’t seem to handle the pressure after a while, and when it comes to pressure, I feel like Nurmagomedov definitely has that. Nurmagomedov is coming off a strong win against Mark Striegl, it was a very short fight however and it really didn’t showcase what he was really capable of. Nurmagomedov is still somewhat new to the UFC and his experience with higher level fighters has been somewhat brief, but when he shined, he absolutely was a highlight of that card. His spinning back kick TKO against Ramos is still fresh in my mind, and Ramos isn’t someone you can easily run through. There really isn’t too much to say about this fight if i’m being completely honest, Nurmagomedov has that significant reach advantage, and with his striking speed I feel like he could get the upper hand if he relies on speed and activity, but Stamann has been in there with some top level fighters and that could no doubt help in this fight. It’s a coin toss but I think I might go with Nurmagomedov here, it’ll be a low confidence pick so I don’t suggest following it with your bets.
Nurmagomedov via UD - (1/3)
Michel Pereira (-300) (26-11-0, 3 FWS) v Andre Fialho (D) (+240) (14-3-0, 4 FWS) - This is going to be absolute freaking chaos. Pereira is a very well rounded fighter, and in his last 3 fights, he has showcased us improvement to his pacing and technique, he looks more of a fighter than a gymnast, and that has no doubt helped with his cardio, and in this particular division, cardio is pretty damn important. Pereira is very movement based, he loves to mask his attacks with his movement, he moves a whole lot, then at any moment, he explodes and lands a powerful shot. Pereira is slowly becoming a more, fully well rounded fighter and that’s dangerous considering his natural capabilities and athleticism. However, as he showed in his fight against Niko Price, he nearly went back to his old ways in the third round, he went a bit crazy, and you can’t do that against someone like Price. Fialho is making his debut after coming off numerous KO’s on UAE Warriors, in which he pretty much effectively ran through his competition, he is a powerhouse and throws absolutely everything into his strikes, and that could be a good, and pretty bad thing. It’s great because its minimal damage and its a quick rise to the top, but it’s also bad because in the later rounds, does he slow down significantly and then wilter? I think all in all, this will be an outstanding fight for the fans, and if Pereira can get the win here, especially in the later rounds, it’s even more proof that natural ability can be formed into dangerous weaponry. I don’t know what’s going to happen in this fight, it’s just one of those “wait and see” fights. I got Pereira here though, I feel like we’re seeing him evolve after every fight, and that Price bout was a huge step in his development as a fighter.
Pereira via KO R2 - (2/3)
Flyweight Championship bout
Brandon Moreno (c) (-180) (19-5-2, NS) v Deiveson Figueiredo (#2) (+150) (20-2-1, NS) - This is the end to one of the greatest trilogies of recent memory, at least, in my opinion. Moreno is defending his well earned belt after defeating Figueiredo back in UFC 263, and what we saw in that fight was nothing short of a masterful performance. Moreno is excellent at just throwing things out there to disrupt patterns and stop his opponent from setting up stuff, his lead strike followed by a right hand is pretty much his main attack, but he mixes up his target exceptionally well, whether its a hook to the body then a power shot to the head, everything is set up with a purpose, and that’s what makes Moreno a very dangerous fighter, everything is done with a purpose to land something, or do something significant. Moreno is very fast too, and that speed and activity played a massive role in the second fight, because it shut down Figueiredo’s attempts at fighting back. Figueiredo is dangerous for so many reasons, firstly his power and explosiveness is insane, at any moment could he put Moreno away, or really any other opponent. However, its that power, the over-reliance on a one shot KO that is ultimately his kryptonite, because that’s one aspect compared to many that Moreno has. Whilst Figueiredo was loading up for that one shot KO, Moreno was masking everything, and mixed everything up so, so well. I don’t think this will go any different this time, Figueiredo is still a very dangerous powerhouse, but Moreno knows what’s coming, he knows to avoid the power shots, he knows that he’s a better grappler, but will the overconfidence get to him? It’s a very interesting finale in this beautiful trilogy, but I got Moreno here.
Moreno via UD - (2/3)
Heavyweight Championship Bout
Francis Ngannou (c) (+125) (16-3-0, 5 FWS) v Ciryl Gane (ic) (-150) (10-0-0, 10 FWS) - I am not going to make friends with this prediction. Let that be a big ass warning. Like, I cannot say this enough, this will bite me hard in the tush, maybe. Ngannou is coming off an insane, insane win over Stipe Miocic, in which Ngannou looked like a brand new fighter, he stuffed the takedown of Miocic, something that we didn’t exactly expect but heard about from his coaches, he folded Miocic like he was a piece of laundry, and now he’s one of the most dangerous fighters in the history of the sport. The insane thing about Ngannou is his evolution of his skillset, and we saw how much he improved when he fought Miocic for the second fight, a completely different fighter, everything was clean, no windmills were harmed in the making of that fight. Gane on the other hand has breezed through the division, we have never seen such a dominant rise in the Heavyweight division before, and it’s been a rather mild rise in terms of highlights, because Gane isn’t the type to throw big attacks, he slowly chips away at his opponents and battles them to an attrition victory, and that’s what makes him such a nightmare opponent, he shuts down everything his opponents do, he stopped Lewis from attacking (which isn’t a big deal if we’re being honest), however, I don’t think we’ve seen his ceiling yet, and I think Ngannou will truly test him. All it takes is one from Ngannou before Gane is looking at the ceiling, and we’ve doubted Ngannou before, so many times. This is the first time Gane has faced someone with an identical reach, and that might play a very big factor here, because Gane shut down those fighters who couldn’t reach him, but what if Ngannou has learnt how to get in range through feints and jabs? Both of these fighters know each other so damn well, training footage and sparring stuff aside, both of these know each other's weakness, and Gane does have a weakness. But Gane is also an expert at mixing everything up so well, and never letting his opponent breathe, that pressure is just so damn insane, but does Ngannou, this new Ngannou, give a shit about this pressure? He could easily, easily just throw some bombs and back Gane up, because Gane doesn’t want that heat, and no ones chin is made of steel, we thought Miocic’s was but then look at the rematch. I’m going back and forth here and it’s probably pissing you guys off, so it’s time for my verdict. Remember, this is going to piss some people off here, I expect it, it’s one of those fights, the epitome of “anything can happen”.
Ngannou via KO R2 - (2/3)
And that's it!
Not one single 3/3 confidence pick there, that's how hard this card is for me to predict.
Total Tally of Confidence Picks:
1/3 - 5/13
2/3 - 8/13
0/3 - 0/13
Locks are: Topuria, Barcelos, Vieira, and Moreno. Ngannou is a fuck it lock as well, whatever that might mean to you lol
If you wish to keep in contact with me or follow me on twitter, my twitter handle is @Slayer_Tip, and my Discord is Slayertip#7013.
Lets have a fun and friendly discussion down below about this weekends card!
I hope you all have an amazing day, look after yourselves, and enjoy this awesome event!
Pls be gentle.
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2022.01.19 23:46 Frantic007 What’s the Scene like?
Alright so from looking at some of the comments since the lineup has been announced, it feels like the lineup doesn’t seem appealing and has had more mixed reviews than what I would anticipate/ compared to other festivals with much of the same headliners. This lineup is great IMO. So a few questions.
I (M24), travel to multiple cities to go see Tame Impala and thinking of going to Forecastle (Buku seems too hectic, & don’t wanna go to TN, AL, FL) ...
Is forecastle historically an older demographic? Have they usually had a bit less pop culture artists more niche/older artists which is why the mixed feedback?
How are the crowds? Laid back? Pretty claustrophobic? Enough space?
I see it’s downtown, bars open after? Anything must do during the day?
I wanna get an overall feel for the crowd/ experience. Don’t care if it’s older but also don’t want this to be a teen crowd. Thanks y’all
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2022.01.19 23:46 AAlwaysopen Utroba Cave, in the Rhodope mountains, Bulgaria. Carved by hand more than 3000 years ago
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2022.01.19 23:46 Puzzled-Confusion-47 Scary
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2022.01.19 23:46 TastyBananaPeppers Trading is disabled!
Reason: Today I traded 100 Pokémon with a friend and they ALL turned lucky.
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2022.01.19 23:46 hcashew Legislator dies using medical suicide law he helped pass
2022.01.19 23:46 Flyingzombiepig I feel like I'm playing this commander wrong
So I play 4 man commander alot with my friends and I'm trying to get good with using toxrill the corrosive, just having him in my command zoner pisses them off and they try their best to prevent me from having him out. I understand it's scary having him out but I think I'ma change my play style and just not play him till the right moment. My play style with him is just to fuck over all my friends as much as possible, I never expect to win so my best shot is just to fuck with them. Any tips that I can use on this commander?
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2022.01.19 23:46 wytewydow This is our outdoor stray, Mr. Muffin. It's going to be 5° tonight, so he has accepted our invitation to stay in my toy room for a few days, or so..
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2022.01.19 23:46 Ok-Cicada-2356 A little of help for a new player
I play a little but i lik the game, and i saw the buldle of the complete game just for 50%, should i buy it? the only thing that says no is the way the game navigates in the map, any advice for changing it?
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2022.01.19 23:46 culittlemichick Festival tickets for sale to Cali Vibes formally know as one love fest. 3 day GA pass Dm me if interested! Thanks!
2022.01.19 23:46 magicmantesla Who exactly is in charge?
2022.01.19 23:46 ACJ_NSE The disrespect to 18
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2022.01.19 23:46 Gengar11 Ayo, I ain't no snitch, but Chris nutty haha
2022.01.19 23:46 quentesson I want to rekindle a relationship.
This relationship ended badly, but it was my favorite. The memories constantly haunt me to an intrusive amount.
How it ended: She got distant, for about 2 weeks prior, stating it was depression, and when I expressed my feelings on the matter, she blocked me. Like I was nothing.
3 days later, my mate who's always looking for hookups on hookup apps found her on there making fun of me.
About 2 weeks after the initial block, she unblocked me to to threaten me with a restraining order for "sneaking around her house and tapping on windows". I can 100% assure you it was not me and have alibis for the accused times. Other than that, it's been dead for a little over half a year.
I would like to believe it's been long enough for us to have matured? Like we could talk about it now?
I feel if she felt that way too, she'd reach out, but I'm very conservative when it comes to gender roles in relationships. I believe the man should fight, and I feel I didn't really put up a good one from the get go.
I am also autistic, so understanding acceptable social behavior is non-existent for me. Feel free to be as brutally honest as need be.
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2022.01.19 23:46 Marlon36X Já amou alguém que te correspondeu e depois foi embora se vc ficou que nem bobo iludido abandonado com a sua dor em gostar dessa pessoa e não poder mais nem dizer um Oi...?
Faz um tempinho já, acho que quase dois meses. Não sei mas creio que nunca mais sentirei o que senti por outra garota o que senti por ela... (quando correspondido) é muito felicidade (quando não é mais) fica um vazio e solidão... nada mais é como era antes, os casais de namorados nas ruas, novelas, músicas romanticas, tudo me faz lembrar dessa pessoa e os bons momentos. Fica uma dor tipo a dor de quando alguém morre e vc não pode ver nunca mais!
Já aconteceu contigo? O que pode ser feito para superar isso? Nada do que fiz ou faço tira esse vazio e tristeza.
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2022.01.19 23:46 shavasanapose Charles Jourdain gets dropped by Superboy, before coming back to KO him in the second round. Jourdain fights prospect Ilia Topuria this Saturday.