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2021.12.01 22:10 SuperToxicPotato75 obama noo

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2021.12.01 22:10 Prestigious_State951 Hibiscus 🌺 indoor? Just brought it in a week ago. Will the sticky stuff on the leaves kill it, harm other plants nearby?

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2021.12.01 22:10 CristleWright A subreddit where I can do a poll on what elective to take next semester

I think it would be fun to have Reddit pick my elective, but Idk what subreddit would be appropriate for that
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2021.12.01 22:10 Mooseman323671 I just wanted some honey

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2021.12.01 22:10 parttimecatmom Cotinine urine testing for pre-employment

I smoke about 10 cigarettes daily and by the time I take this test I will have quit for 6 days. Will I pass? I have read it both ways......
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2021.12.01 22:10 Clean_Suggestion7315 Mr Saturn Quote Book

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2021.12.01 22:10 KumaBearUwU It is that time of the year again.

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2021.12.01 22:10 RobCampbell001 We will get there soon and beyond@

We will get there soon and beyond@
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2021.12.01 22:10 slayeroftruth Anne Boleyn Has Had a Bad Reputation for Nearly 500 Years. Here's How One Historian Wants to Change That

Men wonder why women should be a part of certain jobs. It's not right that even to this day Ann Boylan is made out to be seductress and it's not common knowledge how she helped wanted to help unemployed people. That is defiantly deliberate.
https://time.com/5739697/anne-boleyn-biography-women-history/
As the second wife of King Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn was one of the most powerful women in the world in the 16th century. In fact, Henry’s desire to annul his first marriage to Katherine of Aragon so he could pursue Anne is widely credited as a key factor leading to England’s astounding break with the Roman Catholic Church in 1533. Even so, her peers at the Tudor court didn’t hold back when it came to their ideas about her. Contemporary descriptions of Boleyn painted her as a seductress, as power-hungry, and even as a witch with six fingers who enchanted the king.
And those descriptions stuck.
For hundreds of years, Anne Boleyn’s bad reputation has run throughout both conventional historical narratives and popular depictions of this time period. And there’s been no shortage of them: The story of the woman who had been Henry’s queen for only three years before he ordered her beheading in 1536, on charges of treason, has retained public interest — look no further than the film The Other Boleyn Girl, in which Natalie Portman portrays Boleyn as a scheming temptress, or the television series Wolf Hall, featuring Claire Foy’s Anne as part of an ambitious and social-climbing family.
But for historian Hayley Nolan, those portrayals of Boleyn raised several unanswered questions.
“I wanted to get to the truth of why and how Henry could do that to Anne,” says Nolan. “Then in researching him, I discovered that everything we’ve been told about Anne is not the truth.”
Nolan’s new book, Anne Boleyn: 500 Years of Lies, is part biography and part historical exposé, challenging the conventional sources often used to explore Boleyn’s life while highlighting the queen’s humanitarian, religious and political efforts.
Many popular histories paint Boleyn as setting her sights on Henry in pursuit of power, and the king making the ultimate sacrifice for love in choosing to break with Rome in order to wed her. Much has been made of the love letters Henry VIII wrote to her. Although undated, the surviving letters of their correspondence (only Henry’s remain; Boleyn’s have not survived) are thought to span almost three years.
As Nolan’s account makes clear, however, the king had been making inquiries in secret about divorcing Katherine of Aragon years before Boleyn came on the scene, and Boleyn actually resisted the king’s advances. She ran away from the royal court for a year starting in the summer of 1526 to escape, and those love letters appear to encompass the time when she was absent from court, distancing herself from his advances. “The historians who do acknowledge this say it was a calculated tactic and sexual blackmail — the ultimate example of ‘when a girl says no, she really means yes,’” says the historian. “There are historians who are calling Henry’s harassment love letters and claim that he sentenced the queen he loved to death. I’m sorry, but the manner in which a man kills a woman does not prove his love for her. If it can end in decapitation, it was never love.”
Nolan sees parallels with how some stories about women are told today. Earlier this fall, a New Zealand jury found a 27-year-old man guilty of the murder of British backpacker Grace Millane. His defense rested on the claim that Millane had died accidentally during consensual sex; several media headlines about the case were criticized for disproportionately focusing on Millane’s sexual history.
“Even if people try and say [the Tudor period] was a different time, no it wasn’t,” says Nolan. “It’s always trying to discredit the victim when actually we need to be defending the victim — that’s why we can’t dismiss the romanticization of Anne’s story. It filters down and has an effect.”
No part of Boleyn’s story makes that clearer than the end.
Boleyn was arrested along with five men she was accused of committing adultery with — one of whom was her own brother George — in May of 1536. She was tried first and found guilty of adultery, incest and high treason, including the charge that she planned to kill the King so she could elope with a lover. But by this time, Henry was already deeply besotted with his own mistress Jane Seymour; he would be betrothed to her the day after Boleyn’s execution.
Nolan suspects there was more to the story than adultery, a contentious issue about which historians have disagreed for decades. Many historians suspect that the charges against Boleyn were at least exaggerated and at worst wholly fabricated by Thomas Cromwell, an adviser to Henry who was engaged in a power struggle with the Queen; Nolan argues that the Queen’s lack of privacy and her deeply held religious beliefs would have made it difficult to be unfaithful at all, much less with multiple men.
Two months before her execution, Boleyn was involved in passing nationwide legislation titled the Poor Law, which stated that local officials should find work for the unemployed. The law entailed creating a new governing council that rivaled the one headed up by Cromwell. “Suddenly we have a much more devastating reason as to why Cromwell would be immensely threatened by the Queen,” says Nolan. “She wasn’t a ruthless bully or seductress; she was actually a working politician who died for pushing this radical anti-poverty law through parliament.” While the law’s creation has long been attributed to Cromwell, Boleyn’s involvement was recognized as part of U.K. Parliament Week this November.
The traditional historical interpretation of Anne Boleyn has relied on sources that obscured that part of her story. For example, Nolan says, the Spanish Ambassador Eustace Chapuys is a source of much contemporary writing about her, but he was a supporter of Katherine of Aragon. And even beyond the ambassador, the people who kept the records in the 1500s and the people who interpreted them in the centuries that followed tended to be overwhelmingly male. To Nolan, they brought the perspective that women only achieve power by “trickery.”
And, she argues, correcting Boleyn’s story has broader implications for the way women’s stories are told. “We send out a dangerous message to the world when we tell readers and viewers that women only want power for selfish and frivolous reasons,” she says. “When we tell readers that Anne was killed because she had a string of torrid affairs, it implies that women deserve their downfall.”
In Women and Power: A Manifesto, classicist Mary Beard traces the roots of misogyny all the way back to the Ancient Greeks, finding the image of the poisonous Medusa transposed onto contemporary female leaders, including Angela Merkel and Hillary Clinton. In the U.K., this year several female politicians have announced they will not run in the upcoming December general election, citing increasing abuse in the form of death and rape threats. It was this climate that left Nolan determined to make Boleyn’s story heard.
“Her story is more relevant now than ever before, because she was a politician who was taken down,” says Nolan. “This is still happening, and this is why we need to learn what really happened in order to make sure that history never repeats itself ever again.”
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2021.12.01 22:10 PuzzledTelevision Getting low fps with a 3070

Hey guys, my 3070 just arrived today and i'm having a few issues with framerate on my games.
When i try to run dota 2 i usually get about 80~90 FPS, the same thing i had with my old 970. GTA V runs about 60~ on high, with online dropping to 30 when i'm on foot.
The weird thing is, i ran furmark and got these results.
With furmark running, the GPU runs at max clock speeds, but when i'm playing Dota or GTA, the speeds don't stay maxed out, resulting in low FPS and stutters.
Does anyone know what can i do to get better FPS in those games, specifically? GTA V is almost unplayable like that.
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2021.12.01 22:10 Zane1k_ I only use Spotify on my computer but I surprised myself.

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2021.12.01 22:10 Notawolf666 This looks like it is a real thing

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2021.12.01 22:10 Express_Finance6351 18M looking for someone fun to [Chat] with

I'm from Australia I love a chat and am always near my phone to answer, I would chat about anything. Dm me and we can chat. Any age any gender.
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2021.12.01 22:10 TheOnlyFu [USA-NY] [H] Ryzen 3900x 2070 super FE 32GB ram [W] Local Cash

Selling a complete PC. Looking for $2000 OBO. Local pick up only within NYC zip code 10029.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X GPU: Nvidia RTX 2070S (Super) FE SSD: Pcie SSD 1TB RAM: G.SKILL F4 DDR4 3600 C16 2x16GB MBD: Asus TUF GAMING X570-PLUS (WI-FI) Case: NZXT H510 CPU Cooler: Noctura with 2 fan cases
PC
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2021.12.01 22:10 TigerLillians Unique Dice Sets?

Howdy everyone! I’m somewhat new to the whole dice world and I’m wanting to get a unique dice set for my BF for Christmas.
He plays a lot of DnD and I really don’t know what dice he already has so that’s why I’m asking for unique dice sets that aren’t just fully sparkly ones. From the weekly DnD Snaps he sends me they really go all out, they have the 3D settings and I know one of the players in the group paints the figurines they use during the sessions.
If at all possible, please don’t recommend horribly expensive stuff as I am a college student, but I am more than willing to pay the extra dollars if it is truly unique or makes a difference in the fairness of the dice.
Hopefully he doesn’t find this post as I know he is on Reddit. Thank you so much in advance! 😊
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2021.12.01 22:10 magpie3d Help IDing this beauty

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2021.12.01 22:10 Educational_Drag_968 Where it is safer in Bahia?

Where to stay in Bahia if not in Salvador? A decent place where I'll be more comfortable and safer to spend time, rather than in Salvador.
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2021.12.01 22:10 wrenchbenderornot Why'd the parents just stand there? Wtf

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2021.12.01 22:10 bootedup14 Interested in Majoring in CS but I have self doubts

Hey guys so i'm currently active duty (US) and I am looking to start schooling on the side and CS is one of the majors I am considering as well as Civil, Mechanical, or Chemical Engineering. I really want to major in CS for the career opportunity, I am not sure if I can do it though. I'm assuming college is going to be hard for me since i've been out of school for a year and some change now. I also feel I need to take remedial math, and I don't know if that is even a thing in college.
I honestly don't know if I can do college in general, and my self doubt is pushing me back from my dreams. I really don't have an interest in anything and I just want to find a good job that pays well. I am currently in a job I don't like and I just job out. Any advice?
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2021.12.01 22:10 Neither_Glass2684 Combing Function into Dataframe

Am still learning R Script. Have tried to create a dataframe of which combines a new column (Double) that multiplies (x2) the random value (Value) with the use of function.
However, the Double column returns a totally different number. Anyone knows why and how i can resolve this?
Double = function(x){ sum = x*2 return(sum) }
df = data.frame(ID=c(1:10), Value = sample(1:100, replace=FALSE, size=10), Double(Value)) df
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2021.12.01 22:10 alexbui91 RIGHT NOW!!! Unfettered Conversation with Ken Griffin, CEO of Citadel - a16z

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2021.12.01 22:10 pooter-doots One Full Day

I didn't drink any alcohol today. 24 hours isn't a long time for the average person but I have a high needs 8 month old who has had Olympic level, double platinum colic for 6 months and then had back to back teething episodes (Holla if you hear me). Basically I've had a baby screaming in my ear for 8+ hours a day, every day, for 8 months. Drinking and smoking are the only things keeping me from driving my minivan off a fucking bridge. But not today! Today I had seltzer water with lemon and I did yoga.
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2021.12.01 22:10 pasamelamierda Need strict advice

Hi, I've been having problems sleeping all of my life due to mental disorders and used to take Melatonin for it when I was a child. At the moment I'm awaiting entry into military training and my biggest worry is sleep. Currently I'm going to sleep anywhere between 1-3 AM and waking up at 10 AM-1 PM.
I have 7 alarms for 8 AM all within minutes of each other yet everytime they go off I automatically turn them off and go back to sleep, no matter how much I want to do the opposite.
I've tried going to sleep earlier but I end up just staring at the ceiling for hours on end, I've even tried high amounts of codeine to get earlier sleep yet nothing. It's just awful and it's getting to the point where I'm considering not sleeping and forcing myself to stay awake until 7-8ish the next day to force a cycle through exhaustion. I don't really know what else I can do anymore, my ideal schedule for military training would be asleep for 10 PM and awake for 5 AM
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2021.12.01 22:10 MrMolduga JawshMegaPog

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2021.12.01 22:10 multistem Hello? BARDA!

These severe cases need MS and they need it now.
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmed.2021.778434/full
Athersys should be knocking on doors
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