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2021.12.07 00:09 NecJack Pamp it !

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2021.12.07 00:09 00Kevin Just uploaded: Highlights and interviews with McBride, Busch, Hunt & co when the crew won their first trophy in 2002! And you gotta love Jeff Cunningham drinking Champagne from the cup!

Just uploaded: Highlights and interviews with McBride, Busch, Hunt & co when the crew won their first trophy in 2002! And you gotta love Jeff Cunningham drinking Champagne from the cup! submitted by 00Kevin to TheMassive [link] [comments]


2021.12.07 00:09 LAZYHORSEMAN If I were to move my games to an external HDD, will the saves be there too?

If so, how do I NOT let the saves go t HDD, but instead the game only?
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2021.12.07 00:09 HeroOfAstera Does anyone got 9999 weapon usage and how many time do they need?

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2021.12.07 00:09 economicsdesign Risk of Stable coin & Venezuela’s Petro coin

When the word "stable coin" is used, it is referring to stable, relative to the underlying pegged asset. If we have to be technical, it is more of a "pegged coin" than a stable one.
Analysis 1: Stable coin is useful. But it could reduce the demand of actual currency and create serious devaluation. ✔️ Stable coins are good. Let’s get the straight.
❌ But the risk is that stable coins become a threat to the existing currency and its monetary policy.
Case in point: Venezuela’s Bolivar 🇻🇪

  1. Venezuela experienced hyperinflation in its currency. (Meaning if 1 banana costs 1 Bolivar, the same banana costs 3 Bolivar tomorrow. Your Bolivar cash is the same but everything suddenly becomes more expensive.)
  2. This means that Bolivar is less valuable.
  3. People move to an alternative; cryptocurrencies.
  4. More people use cryptocurrencies and more businesses accept currencies.
  5. This means less demand for Bolivar. (Actual currency)
  6. My fear is this risk: as less people demand Bolivar, it becomes even less valuable (see 3). So in the end, the currency might devalue to the extent where it is no longer valuable and the system is gone.
Funny thing: money only works when we believe in it. It’s literally just pieces of paper. When we stop believing in Bolivar, Bolivar will also cease to exist.
If that can happen in Venezuela, how about a large scale, say the US economy? One day, you wake up and realise the green bag is worth nothing.
Analysis 2: Strange math aside, Petro is centralised by few organisations. ✔️ Venezuela has oil. It’s how they have been sustaining themselves.
❌ But this can be easily manipulated.
My 4 questions:
  1. Accepted Petro rate is dependent on oil prices, determined by OPEC. (Arguably centralised)
  2. How is Petro/Bolivar determined? It is defined by operations authorised by the government. (Centralised)
  3. Oil prices defines the Accepted Petro/Bolivar rate in an ambitious manner. (Not transparent. Is opaque)
  4. Government controls the faction of Dv (discount rate in terms of oil prices). (Opaque and centralised)
Some ways to manipulate Accepted Petro:
  1. Collude with OPEC (i.e. lobbying) to adjust the supply of oil, hence the price of oil. Or invest in alternative energy and reduce demand in oil, hence the price.
  2. Be the government in Venezuela. Accept or reject “volume of operations of exchange house authorised by the gov” and affect the Petro/Bolivar rate.
  3. Be the government and change the discount rate (Dv). E.g. if citizens are paying taxes in Petro, have a low discount rate (Dv) so the government gets a higher Petro than with discount. And when gov has to spend a lot, increase the Dv so less Petro is needed to pay for the expense.
Stable coin is good. In this case of #Petro, maybe not. Too opaque and centralised. If the government has a reputation of being honest and non-corrupt, maybe it might possibly probably perhaps work. But that is not the case.
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2021.12.07 00:09 Shakermakerx I’m sorry but like.. Person and Horrvat? How do you mess that up?

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2021.12.07 00:09 dylan_is_stoned What is the craziest/best psychedelic experience you’ve ever had?

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2021.12.07 00:09 OkPeach1402 Leaf face, Vey Telmo, abstract, 2021

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2021.12.07 00:09 johnny_boy757 The new battlefield let me fly up to the skybox by walking on ghost stairs

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2021.12.07 00:09 Gullible_Egg_7300 i got a 1400 on the psat this year and my selection index is a 208 (my state averages around 216), but this thing makes it seem like scores have dropped??? is this true or does it always say this? essentially- do i still have a chance?

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2021.12.07 00:09 ktpear GGE Chicago Show Tickets - FOR SALE

Selling a set of 2 main floor tickets for the GGE Chicago Holiday Show on Friday, 12/10 @ 8:00pm.
Section MNFL3L, Row R, Seat 311 Section MNFL3L, Row R, Seat 313
Selling at face value for $125/ea. DM me if interested!
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2021.12.07 00:09 lbabinz [Amazon] Street Fighter (Steelbook, Blu-ray) is up for pre-order

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2021.12.07 00:09 koruga98 Guess who's doing 4 weeks worth of work for 3 subjects in 10 hours.

Me
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2021.12.07 00:09 Ok-Month2322 I have a Diploma, what jobs should I be looking for?

I recently received my IT Diploma from university after 1 year of studies. If I study 2 more years I'll have a bachelors degree.
I'm currently on break until next year, and want to start looking for some jobs. If I find an amazing job which will be beneficial towards my career and it's progression, I might not even continue university next year. However, I've applied and gotten rejected from a few jobs saying that they require someone with a bachelors degree, making me think that it's essential to do those extra 2 years.
Should I be getting my bachelors degree if I want to earn a good salary in the future? Or is it still possible to work in IT with only a Diploma and earn a good salary?
And also what type of jobs can I currently land with an IT diploma? I'm interested in cyber security, but I'm honestly open to anything that will give me experience and lead to a high paying job in the future.
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2021.12.07 00:09 economicsdesign Risk of Stable coin & Venezuela’s Petro coin

When the word "stable coin" is used, it is referring to stable, relative to the underlying pegged asset. If we have to be technical, it is more of a "pegged coin" than a stable one.
Analysis 1: Stable coin is useful. But it could reduce the demand of actual currency and create serious devaluation. ✔️ Stable coins are good. Let’s get the straight.
❌ But the risk is that stable coins become a threat to the existing currency and its monetary policy.
Case in point: Venezuela’s Bolivar 🇻🇪

  1. Venezuela experienced hyperinflation in its currency. (Meaning if 1 banana costs 1 Bolivar, the same banana costs 3 Bolivar tomorrow. Your Bolivar cash is the same but everything suddenly becomes more expensive.)
  2. This means that Bolivar is less valuable.
  3. People move to an alternative; cryptocurrencies.
  4. More people use cryptocurrencies and more businesses accept currencies.
  5. This means less demand for Bolivar. (Actual currency)
  6. My fear is this risk: as less people demand Bolivar, it becomes even less valuable (see 3). So in the end, the currency might devalue to the extent where it is no longer valuable and the system is gone.
Funny thing: money only works when we believe in it. It’s literally just pieces of paper. When we stop believing in Bolivar, Bolivar will also cease to exist.
If that can happen in Venezuela, how about a large scale, say the US economy? One day, you wake up and realise the green bag is worth nothing.
Analysis 2: Strange math aside, Petro is centralised by few organisations. ✔️ Venezuela has oil. It’s how they have been sustaining themselves.
❌ But this can be easily manipulated.
My 4 questions:
  1. Accepted Petro rate is dependent on oil prices, determined by OPEC. (Arguably centralised)
  2. How is Petro/Bolivar determined? It is defined by operations authorised by the government. (Centralised)
  3. Oil prices defines the Accepted Petro/Bolivar rate in an ambitious manner. (Not transparent. Is opaque)
  4. Government controls the faction of Dv (discount rate in terms of oil prices). (Opaque and centralised)
Some ways to manipulate Accepted Petro:
  1. Collude with OPEC (i.e. lobbying) to adjust the supply of oil, hence the price of oil. Or invest in alternative energy and reduce demand in oil, hence the price.
  2. Be the government in Venezuela. Accept or reject “volume of operations of exchange house authorised by the gov” and affect the Petro/Bolivar rate.
  3. Be the government and change the discount rate (Dv). E.g. if citizens are paying taxes in Petro, have a low discount rate (Dv) so the government gets a higher Petro than with discount. And when gov has to spend a lot, increase the Dv so less Petro is needed to pay for the expense.
Stable coin is good. In this case of #Petro, maybe not. Too opaque and centralised. If the government has a reputation of being honest and non-corrupt, maybe it might possibly probably perhaps work. But that is not the case.
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2021.12.07 00:09 RyuzakiL117 Goddamnit!

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2021.12.07 00:09 mudgetheotter Got that description put in, boss

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2021.12.07 00:09 CustomerBrave12 My pups represent!

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2021.12.07 00:09 fidodido23 ????

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2021.12.07 00:09 blazebomb1 Title

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2021.12.07 00:09 purple-circle A 3D-printed capsule, destined for use in assisted suicide, may legally be operated in Switzerland. Exit International, is the organisation that developed the ‘Sarco’ machine.

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2021.12.07 00:09 racso122 You're a T H I C C one, Mr Grinch

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2021.12.07 00:09 Late_Needleworker_71 20 min

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2021.12.07 00:09 FancyShoesVlogs Milling lumber in my 1950s era jointer to make cabinets in my 1950s house.

Feels good to get work done.
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2021.12.07 00:09 WrathB Can I get chart reading please :)

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