Are there any other LUFC loving pets out there? This is my boy Elvis

2021.11.29 11:07 Missyls6 Are there any other LUFC loving pets out there? This is my boy Elvis

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2021.11.29 11:07 Successful_Morning95 Yo where did babushka go?

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2021.11.29 11:07 svanapps Power Crisis: Data centers face new regulations in Ireland

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2021.11.29 11:07 NWContentTech OneWeb: Unifying multi-brand experience management and digital operations with the power of Sitecore

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2021.11.29 11:07 EverestBoing Is it possible to be openly bi if nobody else knows you're bi?

I know this sounds like a dumb question but I kinda consider myself openly bi even though nobody else knows I'm bi. I don't have any close friends, just a lot of people somewhere between acquaintance and friend, so it never really comes up in a conversation. If anyone asked or if it came up in a conversation I would be happy to tell people that I'm bi, and I have felt comfortable doing this for around a year. I wouldn't just randomly mention it for the sake of it though.
I did tell one guy after I had known him for about a week because we happened to be talking about that sort of thing. But he unfortunately committed suicide a few days after that, so now I'm back to being the only one who knows.
Would I be considered openly bisexual?
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2021.11.29 11:07 robbieb2013 IGNORE THE CAMO BANNER

go into tumblers and you can choose camo on the 20 oz. already got mine
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2021.11.29 11:07 RamonaMatona Exporting warnings to a txt file.

Greetings everyone, as the title says i need to copy the warnings of the build of a project to a txt file... The thing is:
I have to use intellij 2021 and i don't seem to be able to find any kind of... setting or button to do that.
Thanks in advance.
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2021.11.29 11:07 -en- @Reuters: Poland to announce new restrictions to prevent Omicron spread, says PM

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2021.11.29 11:07 radgreek [SELL] or [TRADE] [US] BNWT Power Pivot Tank *Everlux in Topography Multi sz 6 $55 shipped!

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2021.11.29 11:07 MrPrinPro5 MOOCs y cursos de finanzas e inversiones

Soy algo nuevo en este mundo de finanzas e inversiones y he leido un par de libros y escuchando podcasts. Me gustaría aprender más en videoformato.
Busque cursos en Udemy pero no estoy seguro de cuál elegir porque varios tienen comentarios de que están desactualizados.
Estaba buscando cursos para hacer análisis fundamental, pero me interesa todo lo que sea para finanzas personales: Impuestos, estrategias de ahorro, etc.
¿Tienen alguna recomendación de cursos en algún sitio web? ¿Recomiendan algún youtuber?
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2021.11.29 11:07 buyandsellabusiness Most common causes for a micro M&A deal falling through.

  1. Buyer Not Conducting a rigorous Porter's Five Forces Analysis.
  2. Buyer Not Conducting u/nunziopresta’s S.E.T audit (look at social, economic and tech trends).
  3. Buyer prioritizing value over buyable - a business must be self sufficient, must have a strong business model and timing must be right.
  4. Overpaying for the deal.
  5. Poor due diligence.
  6. Deal structure terms (Downpayment, Stock, Earnouts, etc)
  7. Poor acquisition integration. Having a good 100-day plan helps.
  8. Poor assessment of the acquisition target's culture.
The better you understand these common causes, the easier it is to avoid them.
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2021.11.29 11:07 mamabear1207 Generic robitussin

So I have a nasty cough (not Covid) and it’s super painful. On the list of medicine I can take it said I can take robitussin but of course the store is out of the name brand stuff. Anyone take the generic kind?
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2021.11.29 11:07 AntsInYourSoup I regret telling my friend about my issues

Hi, first post here. I had a breakdown and told my friend that I was suicidal and in the end went pretty indepth on how I felt and my relationship with my family, but I came out of our talk feeling ostensibly worse. I definitely don’t expect her to understand, but when she’s pushing solution after solution as someone who hasn’t felt the kind of relationship I’ve had, trying to make me commit to some kind of action, it just frustrates me. I regret telling her and now she knows and now she’ll think she knows but it’s really just the tip of the iceberg. She tells me it’s not as bad as I think (this is verbatim) and it almost feels like blame for my own problems (but that could also be my own warped perspective). I think she has a shallower view than she thinks she does of how I’m feeling, and I don’t blame her or blame anyone who thinks that way and isn’t a psychologist/another person who suffers from mental health issues too. I don’t know. I generally don’t like talking about feelings with her because (I think) she sees me as some emotionless all-handling entity but I didn’t have a choice this time. We had a disagreement and it triggered this nuclear button on my side accidentally. She’s one of my closest friends but I don’t think I’ll tell her anything like this again. (Sorry if this ends up formatted horribly- mobile things)
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2021.11.29 11:07 NorthernNightmair Patrick seems to be frustrating Donald a bit.

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2021.11.29 11:07 YesThatMoses Shenanigans [9]: Collision: Part Two

Collision was truly a thing of beauty
The Advocates of Innovation, or “Armada of Idiots” as the G.A.P.’s lab technicians referred to them, were only too happy to race one another to the shield testing sight, a protected bubble of space Marshal and his friends had taken to calling “the arena”. They played for bragging rights and for the dinky trophy some of the guys from the Never Gonna Run Around And Desert You had crafted, an object that currently resided aboard the Never Gonna Say Goodbye.
The A.O.I.’s arenacraft were unique. They were strikingly small (being single-pilot craft) and could travel at speeds that terrified even the scientists who designed them. They were also one of the few space- faring vehicles humans had engineered to incorporate extra-terrestrial shielding technology, something humanity had long been exposed to and yet still did not consider a safe alternative to good old steel reinforcement. Hopefully one day, the work they did here would change that.
Beside him (and practically on top of him) Syegone said nothing. The little dude had been a fantastic sport, willingly trapping himself in the prototype Marshal Law with the larger, much more space-consuming Marshal. It was definitely a tight fit. The kynan’s ears were plastered to his head and stayed that way, kept there by G-force and by the terror of how fast they were moving. Unamused and thankfully unaware of all the OSHA safety standards the arenacraft ignored, he turned to Marshal.
“…humans have FTL capability. And I know you have access to flash beacons, they were your species’ innovations to begin with.” He looked out at the approaching bubble; already most of the arenacraft were zipping around inside it, over thirty of them racing and chasing each other as they waited for the stragglers.
“Why do we not simply arrive using one of those!?”
Marshal laughed. “Dude! This is way more fun!”
“You are enjoying this?”
Syegone resumed his silence. Poor dude probably thought once they reached the bubble, they would crash into a teammate or something and explode. Well. Marshal’s track record wasn’t exactly spotless, and they were going to be crashing into something. Several somethings. But so far, the honor of exploding was reserved for Asshole.
“Oops, forgot. Watch out.” Marshal reached a hand across Syegone to tap one of the panels on the opposite side of the cockpit. He activated the comm
link there. Immediately the cockpit was filled with the happy voices of the other players.
“Marshal! About time you joined us,” a voice snickered.
“You had it turned off that whole time?” Another joined it. “Ugg. Here I’ll say it again: which port is the net connected to?”
“How should I know?” Marshal’s voice cut across the channel as about ten others chimed in.
“Left port!”
“I like to make noise!”
“Use your eyeballs, it’s on the left!”
“That would be the left port.”
Marshal pressed the solo link on his side of the cockpit. Instantly the quiet returned. He spoke aloud; there was no need for a headset. Pin microphones scattered about the cockpit carried his voice just fine.
“Hey, we made it over.” Seconds later a single voice responded. “Marshal! About time. What’s our guest think of the arenacraft?” Syegone’s expression was unreadable.
“They are…small.”
The woman’s voice laughed. “Yeah, I can see that. Hey Marshal, you guys ready to get started?”
“Almost. Give me a minute, I still gotta explain the rules to the newbie.” The kynan chittered and
muttered something to the extent of “at last”.
“Copy that, will stand by. I’ll go ahead and get the others lined up while we wait.”
“Cool, thanks!” Marshal glanced at the kynan and slowed The Marshal Law to a halt just beyond the arena’s entrance. Syegone looked downright relieved.
“Okay. Try and think three-dimensionally here. In a minute we’re going to get into our starting position, which will be a point perpendicular to the red and blue team lines and directly across from red team’s point ship. Think of a sphere and divide it in half; one half will be red team’s side and one half will be blue’s. Once we start, the light fields will make it obvious which is which, just look outside or on the screen to see what color you’re in.” Syegone said nothing so he continued:
“As a point ship, our purpose is three-fold. Firstly, we get to set point markers by tapping this,” Marshal gestured to the screen installed on the panel directly in front of them. It displayed a three-dimensional sphere. Seventeen red dots and Seventeen blue ones were stalled in a straight line across from each other.
“Sweet, looks like everyone else is in position. Anyway, you tap this and the point marker will appear in real-time wherever you placed it. We’re each allowed three, so you get to pick three places at will within blue team’s space for red team to score points on. Everybody on red will be aiming for them, so just to make things difficult you can change their positions at random. Just tap the screen again and the first marker you placed will move there. It takes a
minute to adjust though, so the losers on red may still score a few points before you can move it on them. With me so far?” Syegone tilted his ears in acknowledgment and stared at the screen.
“Cool. Secondly, we have the privilege of penalizing the cheaters. See that,” Marshal pointed to the cluster of dials above the kynan’s ears. There were seventeen of them. Each one had the name of one of the red team arenacraft beside it, all of which made Marshal smile. Somehow, he doubted the kynan found them as funny as he did.
“That’s how we blind people who puppy-guard their pointers or mess with their shield settings. You really aren’t supposed to do that last one; this round is supposed to test the shield burners at exactly 4.569% fusion, so messing with it is a sure way to piss off the guys back at the lab. It’ll give you an advantage when you ram into the other arenacraft,” Syegone started, alarmed, “but that’s seriously something you aren’t supposed to do. When someone does that regardless of what team they’re on, if Julia or myself catch it that’s an immediate five-minute blinder penalty. Minimum. Turn the dial by the name of the culprit and they’ll be effectively radar and sight blind for however long you deem it necessary.”
But Syegone was still grappling with the whole ramming thing. “…We are going to be flying into the other ships…on purpose?” He asked alarmedly. Marshal grinned.
“You’ll see. And not us, we’re a point ship so they aren’t supposed to hit us…and if they do that’s a penalty so we’ll just blind them for it.
“Lastly, pointer ships have rescue and net duty. Once
we start the safety features will activate, but if somebody’s engines quit or someone’s shields shut off—which shouldn’t happen dude, don’t worry,” he added at Syegone’s horrified expression, “then the I Saw That or The Marshal Law has to tow them out of the bubble. At the end of the game, we get the same amount of bonus points as however many of our people managed to stay in the red team zone. When the game’s over me and Julia will divide the sphere again by dragging the net in place.”
Syegone’s ears twitched nervously. “...But why would you do that? Surely you could automate?”
Marshal laughed. “I mean, I guess we could do that…” He shook his head, “But racing across the field and colliding with everyone is its own kind of pleasure.” Syegone still had that panicked why-did-I-sign-up-for-this look. Marshal maneuvered The Marshal Law into place and switched back on the group link.
“Dude, the hell?” A voice muttered. “Seriously, that took forever. Next time why don’t you—hey!”
Marshal assumed he’d been blinded.
“What’d you do that for!?”
The other voices laughed. Snickering, a chorus of “serves you right” and more than one “Caleb get wrecked” filled the cockpit. Julia’s voice rose above theirs. “We have a new player, remember? Can it.”
Marshal waited for the noise to die down before he spoke. “Alrighty, I’m firing it up.” Thirty-something voices cheered over the radio. Marsal activated the second panel to his left and typed in a passcode. A
new voice entered the channel, a mechanical one generated by the computers monitoring them back at the lab.
“Initiating match: countdown begin. Three...two...” Marshal laughed and nudged Syegone.
“Here we go, dude!”
There was a pinging noise and suddenly the seventeen ships on each team made a beeline for one another. Syegone made a choking sound. Most of them collided somewhere in the center of the arena and as a result were sent spinning back to their side of the field. A few geniuses had flown around the center and were now racing around in the enemy’s zone, aiming their arenacraft for the point markers Marshal and Julia were rapidly changing on them. The ships that had stayed back to guard their territory crashed into intruders in pairs and groups, shooting them across the bubble like a cannon. Sometimes somebody would spot their friend on the opposite team; not a few spent the duration of the game chasing their buddy around in an effort to crash into them.
Arenacraft careened and kamikazed into enemy players, forcing them back onto their respective color. People rammed into one another at full speed, ships spiraled out of crashes and collided with others or with the outline of the sphere, which only sent them spinning off again…
It was pandemonium.
It was glorious.
Marshal watched with gleeful fascination, Syegone with dread. The Marshal Law zipped around the bubble, deftly avoiding the other arenacraft while observing the other players. He was pleased to note that he only ever had to blind someone twice, both times because someone had hit him (on purpose in Moses’ case). For the most part Syegone was silent, staring at one of the red dots on the screen with concern. Marshal followed his gaze. The kynan’s attention was focused on the arenacraft Humans Are Slow, Nyviri’s attempt at a joke.
Ah. He’d figured his friend would be happy to see another kynan in the group, but Syegone was obviously on edge about her being here. Sensing the awkwardness of the subject, Marshal did not bring it up. He rolled his eyes. Women.
Red team won the first two matches. Not to be outdone, blue team made a surprising comeback over the next four. Tied three to three, Marshal made his announcement.
“Much as I’d love to stick around and watch red team get wrecked, I’m out.” He waited for the thirty somewhat protests to die down. “Guys, I have some stuff I gotta take care of back at HQ. Syegone’s gonna drop me off and fill in for me—”
“—He what!?” Moses’ voice rose above the clamor.
“That’s ridiculous Marshal! He hasn’t even—”
Nobody got to hear whatever else Moses had to say on the subject. Syegone blinded and muted him in one motion; Marshal was pleased to see he’d been paying attention. The kynan chittered.
Satisfied he was leaving the game in good hands
(paws?), he had Syegone drop him off back at the G.A.P. There was more than one task he needed to accomplish there. The first order of business was replacing the qett ship he had effectively blown up. The engineers were…just a bit concerned over the plans he plopped down on their desks. The funding for it alone was enough to keep the accounting guys busy for the next week, but he assured them all they would be given the necessary support to make it happen. He handed over the contract he and Nirvaq had drawn up on the Never Gonna Give You Up, adding what would be the name of the new vessel to the space they had left for it.
The Reparation. It was a good name, and he hoped it conveyed the sincerity of his apology.
Having completed the most pressing matter, Marshal practically skipped back to his ship. He was finally getting to play with Nirvaq’s metal…! The qett had (though reluctantly) agreed to part with several pieces of it, all of which he’d been dying to experiment with. He had stored them in his quarters aboard the Never Gonna Let You Down; the lab techs he forced to help carry them out looked at the mess as though they thought the biohazard team would have been a better fit for the job. Still, together they hauled it away to his personal lab on the sixth level, followed the whole way there by a very excited, dancing Marshal.
He had dubbed the unknown metal (the third request in the contract with the qett) viribus. The Latin word for “strength” or “with all one’s might”. After the disaster on Nirvaq’s ship, it had seemed more than appropriate. The qett had said nothing on the matter, likely relieved he hadn’t named it “Marshal’s metal” or something equally simplistic.
He spent the rest of the day there.
The viribus metal wasn’t just cool by virtue of being alien….it was novel by any periodic standard. He’d never had this much fun in the lab! The hours rushed by in a blur of excitement, all of them happily spent analyzing his newest puzzle. The metal wasn’t just sturdy. It was insane. Reacting and reshaping it already proved to be difficult. Melting it was almost impossible...
…almost. Lucky for him, there was a nearby red dwarf the G.A.P. drew power from. More than once the heat forced him to leave the lab, but thankfully there was no repeat of the disaster on Precision And Skill.
The time flew by.
And before he knew it, the others had returned from collision with blue team the victor; the most bitter about it being Moses, who was less than thrilled to lose to the team with Syegone on it. Marshal joined them. He could barely contain himself considering what he’d discovered.
And what he’d created.
“Marshal!” His brothers high fived him; Caleb shook his head in disbelief.
“You missed out man, seriously.”
Jones strolled up to stand beside them, Syegone trailing behind. The kynan was growling in response to something Moses had said.
Jones gave him a look. “The hell have you been up to?” Marshal grinned back at him.
“Mate, I know that look. You must have done something really stupid this time.” Marshal just smiled, glancing up at the burnt bit of Jones’ hair.
“No explosions this time. Promise.” He lied. “No haircuts needed either.” Jones grunted and clapped a hand on his shoulder good-naturedly.
“Don’t think I’ve forgiven you so easily you stupid, bloody bastard...”
“Seriously though, what have you been doing this whole time?” Moses frowned at him. “I…”
He paused at a pointed look from Syegone. “…I am a callous fool with no regard for others.” He finished, begrudgingly. Jones and Marshal gave him a questioning look. Syegone chittered.
Moving on, Marshal assured them he would explain later. Only once the rest of their friends retired for the night did he drag the crew of Never Gonna Let You Down to the labs.
“Okay, um…” Marshal searched for the words, “ you guys have all played Halo, right? Or at least you know what I'm talking about?”
His friends nodded, Moses and Marcus grinning. They fist-bumped each other. Syegone looked confused.
“Oh, right.” Marshal addressed the kynan. “It’s a human video game, like a really old one about space marines and super soldiers and a big ring filled with enemy aliens they had to destroy—”
“The point?” Shelby interrupted him. Syegone’s ears were pricked in interest.
“Oh, right. anyway, in the game there was this weapon called a ‘gravity hammer’, which was basically a oversized hammer you could swing through just about anything. It was sweet. And way overpowered.”
“Dude!” Now Moses was geeking out alongside Marshal, bouncing in place excitedly. He was staring at the table in the center of the lab.
At the object resting on it.
“I made this,” Marshal picked it up, lovingly caressing the length of the blade, “with that in mind.
“These,” he gestured to the small, pinpricks of metal jutting out along the length of the sword, “are microgravity suspenders, similar to the ones onboard Never Gonna Let You Down only much, much smaller. Instead of altering the gravity in a well around the wielder, it changes the weight of the air molecules on the leading edge of the blade itself. Guys,” he breathed, “when the blade comes in contact with anything, I can change the gravity on it to triple the standard! I could quadruple it!” Marshal smiled. “Right now, I have it set to nine times the gravity…” he paused to take a breath, “...of Earth.
“With any other material the extreme weight would crack the blade but this,” he brandished the weapon, swiping through the air in a blur of motion, “is made with viribus, the stuff Nirvaq was testing. Its light and durable and almost impossible to break! This thing can cut through, well, anything…!”
Marshal set it back down, giddy with his accomplishment. “Hence I’m calling it the ‘gravity sword’.” He looked to his friends. “Well? Cool right!?”
The group had gone silent, every one of them dawning a look of astonishment. Syegone’s ears were flattened in dismay.
He looked horrified.
“Marshal…I mean it’s cool and all...” Ariel stared at him.
“That’s awesome dude!” Moses was less concerned.
“Mate…” Jones stepped forward, his voice serious for once. “Think for a second. If people start using those it’ll only be a matter of time before the grievers, or worse, learn how to make ‘em for themselves. Think about it. Missiles tipped with impenetrable metal, grievers armed with weapons that cut through anything. That’s just...that’s not something we should be playing with. Is that really something you want the Syndicate to have to fight against?”
Marshal looked stunned. He glanced back at his creation with newfound respect.
“I hadn’t thought of that…”
Shelby gave him a sad little smile. “You’re a moron Marshal, but you’re also a genius, as much as we hate to admit it. That’s a serious accomplishment. I just don’t think it’s one the rest of the galaxy is ready for.” Marshal gazed back at her, disheartened and tempted to argue. But she had a point.
Albeit not a pleasant one.
Sighing, he nodded in hesitant agreement. “Yeah...I guess you guys are right.” Then he grinned. “I can get a little carried away sometimes. I guess for now we should—”
They were interrupted. Sam and Caleb burst into the room, followed by about five or six others including the other kynan. All of them were alarmed and panting.
“Marshal!” Sam gasped, pausing to for breath. “The station...the one you guys were on...its…” his brother had obviously run all the way there from where the six ships were docked.
“...your friend...Vark…” he gave Marshal a look of utter sorrow.
{Note: reupload from a new account. Will work on getting the rest of these back on here}
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2021.11.29 11:07 MoanWraith Trailer 2 questions

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2021.11.29 11:07 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Arts] - Storm Arwen: I'm a Celebrity to return on Tuesday following storm damage | BBC

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2021.11.29 11:07 myvirginityisstrong Is it an awful idea to put our new mattress on top of the old one? Would it destroy the new one significantly faster?

The old (currently used) one isn't THAT bad, it's only around 4 years old so it's nothing too badly damaged. It's sunk in the middle
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2021.11.29 11:07 19Chris96 Ryzen 5 3600/OC 4.1 Ghz/Vcore 1.287V I thought the test started at 8:52 as I started the run at that time. I guess I was wrong.

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2021.11.29 11:07 ShahanoorMamun Still -Life Watercolor demonstration.

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2021.11.29 11:07 okcokc987 Strange cycle!

I’m 41, so I’m on the older side of this. I recently starting dating someone. I’m confused if I could be pregnant or not.
Last period: 10/30/21 Ovulation: not sure, but 31 day average cycle Possible conception day: 11/16/21 Always have used condoms, so it was protected. Also, I’ve never been on birth control. I have no kids either.
I thought I was supposed to get my period Saturday. I’ve had spotting for the last week on and off (which isn’t unusual because I have fibroids). I’ve also had cramping. But my period still hasn’t started!! I took pg tests Saturday, Sunday and today, all negative.
I’m just very confused/concerned since my period hasn’t started. Still feeling crampy this morning too with very light spotting.
What do you think the chances are I could be pregnant??
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2021.11.29 11:07 ArchDestroyer The cutest orca in the land

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