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2021.11.28 01:48 stripclubveteran1 Quick question about usage and after.

After binging on coke for 1 1/2 days, is it pretty normal to have bloody mucus? Not my first rodeo. Just wondering what’s the norm for you guys.
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2021.11.28 01:48 Excellent_Signal_945 What is common knowledge among Halo fans that would be extremely classified in the actual Halo universe?

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2021.11.28 01:48 FreudianMommy Femcels are the most oppressed group on the internet

No one takes our struggle seriously
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2021.11.28 01:48 PostcardPenguin Philadelphia to Shanghai Current Travel Procedure

Hi all, apologies if this has been answered before but my mediocre Google skills couldn't find anything "clear-cut" answers, ha!
I'm currently in Shanghai (hold a job here with work permit issued after March 2020) but planning to go back home to Philadelphia to see my family as it's been about 2 years since.
Getting to the State is not an issue as there is a Cathay flight to LAX. But the return is a bit confusing. I understand there are flights from LA, Seattle, Dallas, and Detroit back to Shanghai. Does anyone know if there is a list of Chinese consulate approved (will give the green code) covid test clinics in these cities? I'm assuming I can't get a Covid test in Philly, then fly to Detroit-Seoul-Shanghai and instead will need it directly from Detroit (or one of the other departing "direct" cities) correct?
If anyone has any experience or can provide info on how to make this slightly less painful, I'd greatly appreciate it!
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2021.11.28 01:48 Kyleforshort MONTHLY EXPENSES

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2021.11.28 01:48 TurtlesAreCringe Ayo peoplesss who wants to play the number game with me

If you do DM me please I’m so bored
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2021.11.28 01:48 kenthecreator 🍂

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2021.11.28 01:48 jiyuunosekai What do we perceive really?

The nature of the Absolute is neither perceptible nor imperceptible; and with phenomena it is just the same. — Huang Po

There is no coming and going within the Dharmata, nor anything perceptible {etc.). — Huang Po

The term unity refers to a homogeneous spiitual brilliance which separates into six harmoniously blended ' elements ' .The homogeneous spiritual brilliance is the One Mind, while the six harmoniously blended 'elemenls' are the six sense organs. These six sense organs become severally united wilh objects that defile them-the eyes with form, the ear wilh sound, the nose with smell, the tongue wilh taste, the body with touch, and the thinking mind with entities. Between these organs and their objects arise the six sensory perceptions, making eighteen sense-realms in all. If you understand that these eighteen realms have no objective existence, you will bind the six harmoniously blended 'elements' into a single spiritual brilliance-a single spiitual brilliance which is the One Mind. All students of the Way know this, but cannot avoid forming concepts of ' a single spiritual billiance' and 'the six harmoniously blended elements'. Accordingly they are chained to entities and fail to achieve a tacit understanding of original Mind. — Huang Po

Followers of the Way, mind is without form and pervades the ten directions. In the eye it is called seeing, in the ear it is called hearing. In the nose it smells odors, in the mouth it holds converse. In the hands it grasps and seizes, in the feet it runs and carries. Fundamentally it is one pure radiance; divided it becomes the six harmoniously united spheres of sense. If the mind is void, wherever you are, you are emancipated. — Linji Yixuan

Thus, though Gautama Buddha preached for forty=nine years, in truth no word was spoken.' — Huang Po

Though one talks the day long, no word is spoken. This being so, only silence belongs to the Essential. — Huang Po

Someone asked, "What technique should we employ so that we may hear the truth that has never been heard?" Joshu said, "Forget about this 'never been heard' thing for a moment. What have you heard up till now?"
What is this outside world made out of?
Thus all the visible universe is the Buddha; so are all sounds
Try to explain the color blue to someone who is blind. What if we were born in a soundless or a dark world, would we know what we were missing?
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2021.11.28 01:48 snarlieb How much should familial commitments that conflict with a possible wedding date matter?

I’m a sister of the groom, and he and his fiancé got engaged 10/2. They have no date yet. A very good friend of mine got engaged 11/8, already has her venue booked for 10/29/22 and asked me to be a bridesmaid. My brother says they’re considering a venue that’s only Saturday date is 10/29/22. Of course if push comes to shove, I’m going to my brother’s wedding. But between the two venues, should me BEING in a wedding the same day come into consideration? There’s also another guest, a possible groomsmen for my brother and a definite groomsmen for the friend wedding, who has the same conflict. My brother was engaged first but my friend is much further along in planning.
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2021.11.28 01:48 HugeCatPro squid game

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2021.11.28 01:48 MarineOpferman1 Posted on r/cringetopia

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2021.11.28 01:48 mauriceggarland Bring back Ryan Cameron

Yes, we have a good home record right now but it feels like the energy could be better during the games. The “Defense” and “Let’s Go Hawks” chants are so weak and sometimes when we score you’d think we were the away team being acknowledged. I know they said the Big Tigger hire was a business one but damn, could they have made an exception? Anybody else feel the same or should I just drink more beer at the games?
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2021.11.28 01:48 SoleyDegan I made a voicebank for Felix and did a test cover with him and my Oswald Jirinki

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2021.11.28 01:48 Chillyrope [Help][PS4] Dancer of the boreal valley

She’s been kicking my ass recently
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2021.11.28 01:48 Ash_9402 My first oil painting to win a prize in an exhibition, made a year ago - I still LOVE it.

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2021.11.28 01:48 Sk8five Shaun's headphones

Does anyone know what headphones Shaun has? He uses them on the bus in Season 1 episode 15 and in his room on season 2 episode 13
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2021.11.28 01:48 PricklyAssassin Yikes...

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2021.11.28 01:48 adamsgal It’s baby Pearl’s birthday, but big sister stole the cake!

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2021.11.28 01:48 Robhasaquestion Who gets left out if Mich, Bama, Cincy and OkSt all win next week?

Probably OkSt, Cincy or UGA but that seems like the nightmare scenario for the committee.
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2021.11.28 01:48 East-Secretary Code read: Smriti Irani on her first novel, a thriller called Lal Salaam

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2021.11.28 01:48 AirSeaGround The designers of the Northern Elsweyr Public Dungeons should forever be on the “naughty list”

Seriously, do you need that many trash mobs that close together? You can’t run 5 feet without hitting another giant pack and they are all corridors so you have no way around.
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2021.11.28 01:48 youve_been_bamboozld ppspp

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2021.11.28 01:48 SociableFish97 The colors the ? blocks make in the original Super Mario Bros are actually fall colors

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2021.11.28 01:48 AlecPEnnis Red World Blues [ch. 20]

Blurred fluorescents in the corridor ceiling swam by like a dream, but Korwin knew he no longer could. This was nostalgia, not imagination. The last time he had been dragged down a hall like this was—what—fifty years ago? Most people would never know how it felt to remember being born, but most people were not bred like they were. To awake, groggy and dazed, but aware of some dread purpose to come, pulled out of a still draining tube of wombfluid by others of your species. Except the lights at the place of his birth had been very, very dim, as if darkness could be projected.
The enforcer pulled him through the doors and the sterile fluorescents were swept to his back, then completely severed when the doors slammed close. His eyes were assaulted by gaudy warm colors and silken pillows set beneath a pagoda-roof of red wood. Instead of cold tile, his knees had been planted on carpet, woven with patterns of flowers and period art pieces with obscure meanings and histories.
“You alright, man?” Hendricks asked. “What happened?”
Korwin glanced to his right. Selera and the big man sat in stools in front of a low table. His entrance had interrupted them in the middle of tea and pastries.
“I fought back,” Korwin said. “I can see now I shouldn’t have.”
“The clone that took us in said something about protecting us,” Hendricks said. “I think she liked me.”
“I think mine liked me too,” Korwin said. He sniffed and swallowed the coppery, viscous clot.
A different door opened and closed. Footsteps drew near.
“Good evening.” A man entered the area through tent flaps, dressed in robes of moody colors, like a silhouette against the floor and background of warmer, desert motifs. He had grayed hair, styled not aged: a deliberate choice. “I hope you have enjoyed yourselves, and— what happened to you?”
“Your enforcer didn’t have a warrant,” Korwin said.
“By Dayus, let me get you a cold compress.”
“Why have we been brought here? Who are you?”
He tilted his head.
“I’m Edwin. The mayor. Founder,” he said. “Of a place where we could live off the earth in peace and Harmony.”
Selera began clapping. Korwin noticed the look on her face and saw that it was not a jest. He shot a mild glare at Hendricks. The barman shrugged.
The doors opened for a third time. Another one of the blonde enforcers appeared, though empty-handed and less perfect than the others.
“The hell happened to you?” Edwin said.
“The third quarry employed some kind of device I could not see,” she said. “I have set others to finding him.”
“See to it that our friend understands we mean no harm.”
Edwin sat on his throne of pillows. He pressed a button on an ornate device beside him, adorned with wood furniture. An intense aroma began to add to the incense.
“Is that real coffee?” Hendricks asked.
“Grown on soil, my friend,” Edwin said. “Aeroponics and nano-agriculture feeds a quad of us, but we lost something along the way, didn’t we?”
“What might that be?” Korwin humored.
“Soul,” Edwin said as he got up to hand each of them a cup. Korwin let his cup sit in his hands. Strangely, it felt nice there. The heat, the flavor—even if he did not drink it. The aroma came on strong, found humility after a fast peak, petering into a full body in the back of the throat where it lingered like a dream.
“Holy fuck,” Hendricks exclaimed.
“It just tastes like dirt,” Selera said, making an exaggerated face.
“Yes, you can tell, can’t you?” Edwin said. “Once this bean drove an empire. Of course back then we couldn’t build those aeroponic satellites fast enough.
“Here you go, young lady.”
A serving maid lifted the flaps, carrying a tray of milk and honey.
The founder lifted a jug and tilted it towards Korwin. “You learn to mind the niceties of an organic existence after a lifetime of service.”
When Korwin waved it away he placed the tray in front of Selera, who began to pour generously into her cup.
“I prefer to save the niceties of anything after the business is done with,” Korwin said.
“When is it done with, Korwin?” Edwin said.
“Remains to be seen. Don’t know how long we’ll visit.”
“Not inclined to stay?”
“I prefer my bed on Mars.”
“Mars.” Edwin scoffed, shaking his head. “Where the inconvenient and unwanted converge.”
“It’s not so bad,” Hendricks said, crossing his arms.
“My friend, in an age where the most lucrative real estate business is cylinder and ring building,” Edwin said, “a gravity well is a garbage chute. Mars isn’t a frontier. It’s a dead end.”
Korwin tracked the wispy trails exuding from the cups and incense burners as one of the destinations of his wandering eyes. “A dead end with cheaper costs of ring building,” he said.
Edwin narrowed his eyes, pursing artificial wrinkles.
“Are you defending our discharge?” The founder said. “Where we were sent to wallow in an overpopulated hell-well, waiting to die?”
“Wait,” Hendricks said. “What is he talking about?”
“Four decades was all it took,” Edwin said. He set his cup down. The warm colors turned hot. The incense seemed all of a sudden overpowering. “When the fighting was over, people were just glad they didn’t have to watch the skies for the end of their world,” Edwin continued. “No one cared about the leftovers. The cruisers and gunnery stations were dismantled, the remaining vector solutions of fired shells exchanged, and we were thrown into BASIC. Day in day out, agonizing condescension and therapy in sterile, safe spaces, so the people who made us could tolerate us after we weren’t needed anymore.”
“Korwin, what is going on?” Selera asked. She had begun to take on a grim expression as well, her awareness returning after a few sips of her drink.
“You can’t fight a war with just ships,” Korwin said. “You need people on the ground.”
“Not machines, of course,” Edwin said. “Because we all know it’s immoral to put auxila in total control of our guns. A mind must pull the trigger.”
“Sir, what do you want?” Hendricks asked. He stood to his full height, towering head and shoulders over the founder.
“I want to apologize,” Edwin said. “And I want your understanding. I don’t intend on being a part of this system any longer. I need money to secure Harmony as an independent power, now and for the foreseeable future.”
A plate flew across the room, aimed for Edwin, but missing him by far.
“Was it you?” Selera shook with what rage she was capable of. “Did you kill him? Did you-?”
“No,” Edwin said. “Your father’s death was serendipity. Don’t worry about your own life. The people on their way will guarantee your safety. I have negotiated it. As for the rest of you, you will be free to go once this is finished. You have a place here Korwin. All Landsmarine will.”
“You believe in all this, don’t you?” Korwin said.
“If I did not, I would not have bothered explaining why I’ve kept you all here.”
“When will these business partners of yours arrive?”
“They will call me once they are in orbit.”
“So we have time,” Korwin said, glancing away.
“I don’t understand,” Edwin said. “I’m doing this for people like us, Korwin.”
“I know.”
“What was offered to you? What were you promised that I could not give?”
Korwin did not speak. He could not have faith; it was functionally impossible. But based on some barest level of prediction and logic, he had expectation, and he was capable of feeling satisfaction when it was fulfilled.
The lights in the room went out. An electronic decrescendo interjected the down-to-earth authenticity of their low-tech quarters. Edwin looked away, his mouth unmoving, but through the airwaves orders were being given. Finished, the founder’s glare found purchase on Korwin.
“What did you do?” He asked as he moved closer.
“Nothing,” Korwin said. “You know I couldn’t have done anything.”
“But you knew something was going to happen.”
“I did not plan for whatever is about to occur.”
Red emergency lights had snapped on. Edwin turned his gaze to the others, but they couldn’t have been responsible either. He continued to shout through his comms, desperate for an answer.
Korwin had something else on his mind. The jamming of his own comms had not ceased. He was not receiving a signal, but a buzz. An electromagnetic tickle on the coils in his body. It went on and off. Sometimes it held a little longer. Then it stopped.
He leapt to his feet, dragging Hendricks to the right side of the room and onto the floor. With his other arm he pulled Selera down as well, wrapping his hand around her head.
The façade tore into countless splinters as the left wall crumpled under thunderous force, drowning out Selera’s scream. The debris tossed Edwin onto the floor. Aerocrete chunks splattered across room’s designs. The coffee spilled. Dust spoiled the scent. Lukewarm air blasted the grey powder everywhere, forcing them to squint.
“Get in!” Calvin shouted from the seat of the hover-car.
Hendricks carried Selera to the car. Korwin glanced at the body on the floor, sandwiched between aerocrete and carpet.
“Sorry,” he said. He leapt onboard.
“Sometimes analog is good,” Calvin said. He tossed a jerry rigged device with batteries, wires, and coils stuck together with tape. Korwin examined it in his hands.
“Well done,” he said.
“By the Djinn you actually sound impressed,” Calvin said. “Didn’t think you had it in you.”
“Hunter-gatherers are coming,” Hendricks said. “Really this time. We need the ship.”
“How do we get it out of custody?” Selera asked.
Calvin shook his head “One thing at a time. This was all I’ve got.”
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2021.11.28 01:48 Useful_Radish_6395 Found out i am getting an ultra 3 for christmas

Is there a mod for the ultra 3. Or is there an option to maybe switch it to accept other ammo types.
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