Nose and toes

2021.11.27 14:27 Informal-Problem-956 Nose and toes

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2021.11.27 14:27 attemptnumber58 I know it's sad, but this is my best looking structure yet.

I know it's sad, but this is my best looking structure yet.
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2021.11.27 14:27 court25j Bipolar, obese, and stressed

Hi everyone! I don’t know how reddit works so please delete if this isn’t appropriate. I am a 22 year old female in my second year of law school. I was diagnosed with bipolar type 1 mixed about a year ago and have been struggling ever since with self-image and motivation. I have recently grown very tired of the way I look and feel about myself. I currently weigh about 210 pounds and am 5’2”. I would like to at least reach 140 pounds. I am so overwhelmed and know that I would benefit from a exercise and diet plan where all I have to do is follow/make what it says. If anyone has any ideas, I would be very appreciative. Additionally, if there are any questions I could answer to make it easier to suggest ideas to me, feel free to ask. There is a lot more to it than what I’m relaying, but I felt it was better to keep it brief.
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2021.11.27 14:27 TheEverAurora Writing a novel was the hardest, informative articles are less difficult not non-fiction is easy

This was so unexpected. I started my novel like 10 years ago. Saving money to get it published (it's dutch) and decided to write a short ebook to help raise money.
Damn that is easy...
A novel is just a giant masterpiece Articles need to be short and capture quickly, but with non-fiction, you can elaborate...
All my life I thought it was the other way around.
P.s before someone comes at me for my mistakes, this is not my native language and I don't think an editor for social media is necessary.
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2021.11.27 14:27 LavaDragon15 WE RUINED CHRISTMAS 4 WEEKS EARLY!!! - GTA Online Public Lobbies

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2021.11.27 14:27 grzegorzigla Electronic downtempo for contemplation

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2021.11.27 14:27 Guster0101 UPDATE!!1! finally found the splinted bracers :DD, Unfortunately my game broke,its still play-able but arrows and throwing projectiles are invisible,boots too.I don't wanna add another custom object which will likely break the game more,im moving on to another mod now

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2021.11.27 14:27 PabloMakesMemes DM or Comment if you are interested in joining my Teen discord server! Its a real nice, accepting, active and teen only community!

Do you ever look at an Egg and say wow that is an Egg?
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2021.11.27 14:27 ishldgetoutmore ( ˘ω˘ ) (pixel cities-waneella)

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2021.11.27 14:27 Fantastic-Judgment-2 I see posts here saying that high-calorie plant foods are unhealthy...

...I used to have that mindset, too. Although they may be a waste of calories vs. taste, and you may need to eat smaller portions of them, the health benefits of small portions of them can make us feel good. It can be an instinct to avoid high-calorie foods (unless they taste good, hahaha), but that can backfire for some of us.
If cutting out nuts or olive oil works well for you, go for it! However, wanting to “spend” your calories on things that taste better hasn’t worked as well for me. I wonder if anyone finds it to be the same way?
Although I’m not a vegetarian, I do think that I eat too many animal products on days when I don’t eat nuts, hummus, or other high-calorie plant foods.
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2021.11.27 14:27 justhereforturnips06 Cutco at Costco

I went to look at other items and when searching for my boyfriend I hear him talking to the Cutco lady! I go “babe no that’s MLM we can’t support that”. She must have been miffed because she comes back with “it’s actually direct marketing”. I just respond “I’m not arguing it”. Like… did you think that would change my mind???
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2021.11.27 14:27 PotatoeMolester Need some good recommendations from you pros

I'm currently playing through the science adventure series of visual novels, but I wanna know some other good visual novels I can get into after I finally finish all of them. My only experience with VNs is stuff from chunsoft and Marco and the galaxy dragon.
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2021.11.27 14:27 KingKongDestroyer Day 18 of drawing shitty One Piece pictures until the teaser for the live action is released. Marshall D. Teach aka Blackbeard.

Day 18 of drawing shitty One Piece pictures until the teaser for the live action is released. Marshall D. Teach aka Blackbeard. submitted by KingKongDestroyer to OnePiece [link] [comments]

2021.11.27 14:27 Delicious-Snow4012 Selling for 100k

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2021.11.27 14:27 prairilu Rufous hummers all heading south for the winter 😇

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2021.11.27 14:27 pokeypoker Inpulse 500 or jump to an flx6?

Beginner bedroom DJ here 4months in, first controller has been a numark partymix 2 and is my current, feels very outgrown. Can anyone advise me on whether upgrading to a inpulse500 is worth it, or splashing 200 more and getting an flx6?
I doubt i'll be doing any club gigs anytime soon, but i plan to record mixes, and potentially livestream. Flx6 looks great for this, but i see too many reviews hammering it negatively.
Inpulse 500 then upgrade potentially next year, or jump to a flx6?
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2021.11.27 14:27 Leo907 This Game looks unreal *_*

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2021.11.27 14:27 Ducktracio Where are you looking?! 🐸

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2021.11.27 14:27 onceaqueen12 Our rescue pup, Layla. She’s very regal and dignified

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2021.11.27 14:27 Hungry-Ad9779 Anyone beats Mikey?

Is there any Anime/Manga with any high school Charecter stronger than Mikey?
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2021.11.27 14:27 DisintegrationPt808 Is smoking blunts inside the theater frowned upon? lol

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2021.11.27 14:27 Batarang-Force In a worst case scenario where the US has collapsed and everyone has lost faith in the dollar, bartering won’t work. Adam Smith: "men...give the metals above every other commodity"

Imagine life before money. Say, you made bread but you needed meat.
But what if the town butcher didn’t want your bread? You’d have to find someone who did, trading until you eventually got some meat.
You can see how this gets incredibly complicated and inefficient, which is why humans invented money: to make it easier to exchange goods...But various anthropologists have pointed out that this barter economy has never been witnessed as researchers have traveled to undeveloped parts of the globe. “No example of a barter economy, pure and simple, has ever been described, let alone the emergence from it of money,” wrote the Cambridge anthropology professor Caroline Humphrey in a 1985 paper. “All available ethnography suggests that there never has been such a thing.”
From The Atlantic
Adam Smith Adam Smith laid out perfectly in his book An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations - Ch.III regarding the division of labor. He eloquently illustrates why a society based on a barter system simply does not, and cannot work. It's well worth reading.
But if this latter should chance to have nothing that the former stands in need of, no exchange can be made between them. The butcher has more meat in his shop than he himself can consume, and the brewer and the baker would each of them be willing to purchase a part of it. But they have nothing to offer in exchange, except the different productions of their respective trades, and the butcher is already provided with all the bread and beer which he has immediate occasion for. No exchange can, in this case, be made between them. He cannot be their merchant, nor they his customers; and they are all of them thus mutually less serviceable to one another. In order to avoid the inconveniency of such situations, every prudent man in every period of society, after the first establishment of the division of labour, must naturally have endeavoured to manage his affairs in such a manner, as to have at all times by him, besides the peculiar produce of his own industry, a certain quantity of some one commodity or other, such as he imagined few people would be likely to refuse in exchange for the produce of their industry.
Many different commodities, it is probable, were successively both thought of and employed for this purpose. In the rude ages of society, cattle are said to have been the common instrument of commerce; and, though they must have been a most inconvenient one, yet, in old times, we find things were frequently valued according to the number of cattle which had been given in exchange for them. The armour of Diomede, says Homer, cost only nine oxen; but that of Glaucus cost a hundred oxen. Salt is said to be the common instrument of commerce and exchanges in Abyssinia; a species of shells in some parts of the coast of India; dried cod at Newfoundland; tobacco in Virginia; sugar in some of our West India colonies; hides or dressed leather in some other countries; and there is at this day a village in Scotland, where it is not uncommon, I am told, for a workman to carry nails instead of money to the baker’s shop or the ale-house.
In all countries, however, men seem at last to have been determined by irresistible reasons to give the preference, for this employment, to metals above every other commodity. Metals can not only be kept with as little loss as any other commodity, scarce any thing being less perishable than they are, but they can likewise, without any loss, be divided into any number of parts, as by fusion those parts can easily be re-united again; a quality which no other equally durable commodities possess, and which, more than any other quality, renders them fit to be the instruments of commerce and circulation. The man who wanted to buy salt, for example, and had nothing but cattle to give in exchange for it, must have been obliged to buy salt to the value of a whole ox, or a whole sheep, at a time. He could seldom buy less than this, because what he was to give for it could seldom be divided without loss; and if he had a mind to buy more, he must, for the same reasons, have been obliged to buy double or triple the quantity, the value, to wit, of two or three oxen, or of two or three sheep. If, on the contrary, instead of sheep or oxen, he had metals to give in exchange for it, he could easily proportion the quantity of the metal to the precise quantity of the commodity which he had immediate occasion for.
Different metals have been made use of by different nations for this purpose. Iron was the common instrument of commerce among the ancient Spartans, copper among the ancient Romans, and gold and silver among all rich and commercial nations.”
In my last post, I shared my small, little pile of copper and silver coin that I had acquired in order to prep for the worst case scenario - where we live in a dystopian future in which society collapses to the extent that faith in the US dollar vaporizes and a new form of currency is required to take its place.
Betting on copper, silver and gold to take the lead in being a universal unit of commerce in order to buy and sell goods & services, would be a good bet.
I can hear you now…
“But Batarang! What makes you think metals are a viable option for units of currency?”
Two part answer:
  1. Historical precedence. Look at what all the other ancient civilization used for currency. You’ll find most used silver, along with gold, electrum (a mixture of gold and silver), copper and even bronze (which was a surprise to me). There is a reason why they chose metal, which brings us to #2.
  2. Durability of metal currency: “In early civilizations, common agreed-upon goods, such as animal skins or salt, served as a currency that individuals could exchange for goods and services.” - source As Adam Smith showed, cattle was also seen as a form of currency, but not only do they die off, they’re inconvenient and suck up resources just to maintain. Animal skins are also inconvenient and salt is easily consumed and lost. Which is where metal comes in as it is durable, can be melted and reformed, easy to carry around and was universally accepted. On top of that, it's not easy to duplicate a coin. “Metal has always achieved wide popularity as an exchange medium, being durable, divisible, and portable; and the origins of true coinage lie there. Ancient Egypt, which was using gold bars of set weight from the 4th millennium bc, eventually developed a currency of gold rings (but it did not adopt the use of coinage in foreign trade until the late 4th century ad). In the Middle East, gold rings long served the dual purposes of adornment and currency, supplemented by gold and silver bars from which segments could be cut. The choice of metal was, as usual, determined by availability. Around the Aegean Sea, heavy copper ingots were used as currency several centuries before the invention of true coinage.” - source.
The prevalence of metal coins possibly led to the metal itself being the store of value: first copper, then both silver and gold, and at one point also bronze. Now other non-precious metals are used for coins. Metals were mined, weighed, and stamped into coins. This was to assure the individual accepting the coin that he was getting a certain known weight of precious metal.
Which is why it might be worthwhile to consider what the very worst scenario would look like, (short of a nuclear war) where bartering cannot work, and ask, what would be a good unit of currency that people would be willing to accept for their goods and services. Metal coinage comes up as the most viable solution: copper, silver, electrum and maybe even gold. But seriously, who has enough money to buy gold coins that are going for $1,800/oz?
Yet, something tells me nothing will change minds of many individuals who simply refuse to believe that coins made from pure copper, silver, electrum or even gold will be of any use or value. Meh. :)
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2021.11.27 14:27 eefano [Music] Slowdive - Sugar For The Pill

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2021.11.27 14:27 Comix_Archive Zagor is in crisis but editor Moreno Burattini reists in its place...

Zagor is in crisis but editor Moreno Burattini reists in its place...
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2021.11.27 14:27 ConfidentDraft8 I haven't gotten a leash for in 5 days.

23 games in 5 days since the last time I got a leash. At this point sorry to say it guys, but I have 2 accounts one in high diamond/master one in high emerald/low diamond. Every time I don't get a leash now I go to the closest lane and take 2 waves. Funny part is they instantly start pinging me to retreat typing trash all types of stuff. But when I ping for or ask for leash they completely ignore. from now on I'm playing just as selfish as my teams so If you are any where between emerald and master and think to yourself " fuck it I'm not leashing" just know it might be me.
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