What is something you wish everyone knew?

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2021.12.01 15:56 Galaxy_Wing What is something you wish everyone knew?

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2021.12.01 15:56 trekchu Like the new materials, but Asphalt destroys the ride on the Explorer

Asphalt is near useless for a road surface. Haven't unlocked the trick yet on my new save, but with the Explorer the ride is terrible because of the small dip between elements, and it doesn't even go straight ahead any more because of those same dips. Reminds me of my childhood experience on the East German motorway system before those were resurfaced in the 90s. Pls fix, Devs.
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2021.12.01 15:56 AutoNewspaperAdmin [World] - Ethiopia says it recaptured UN World Heritage site | CNN

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2021.12.01 15:56 TH0T_PATR0L_0FFICER The fastest way out of any escape room is to just keep breaking stuff on purpose until they kick you out

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2021.12.01 15:56 orbitalbombardment69 Are there any decent mods that change the game to focus more on building/defense and less on exploration/looting?

I've played the big overhaul mods like Darkness Falls and Ravenhearst, but they aren't what I'm looking for.
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2021.12.01 15:56 hightidesoldgods A Brief Explanation On Indigenous Matriarchy

It's been a hot minute since I last discussed Indigenous religions here. Still, recent discussions with a friend (as well as some interactions here on Reddit) have made me want to do a brief little PSA explaining how matriarchy/matrilineal systems work within Indigenous cultures. Of course, your immediate forewarning is that not all indigenous nations are matrilineal or matriarchal; while many are, this is not meant to be a universal statement regarding every single Native nation.
As I’m sure you’re all too familiar with, it's not uncommon to see debates and arguments on this thread back and forth - usually involving Islam and Christianity - about patriarchy. Oftentimes I see a wide-sweeping generalization that patriarchy is the default of nations and xyz. As a side note, I often see this as being said by Muslims and am somewhat curious if it's something taught in a mosque or perhaps Islam- dominated countries. So, of course, I clarify that this isn’t the case in the Americas and that matrilineality and matriarchy are pretty common. Likewise, so too was premarital and extramarital sex, as well as in some nations polyandry (a woman having multiple husbands). To which I get a few questions that I’ve decided - for my sake as well as others - to answer here.

How Do You Know Who the Father Is?
Within a matrilineal culture, it's not really relevant who the father is. Arguably, that’s kind of the point. The importance of paternity can be traced back to inheritance - you inherited from your father, not your mother, so knowing who the father was would be extremely important. Within a matrilineal system, however, inheritance is passed on through the mother - not the father. This is a major reason why many nations don’t have the concept of a prince/princess. Take Pocahontas, for example; she wouldn’t have been a princess because her father was the chief. The equivalent of a “princess or prince” would’ve been her cousins from her aunties. As a result of this, bastardy is not a concept in many indigenous cultures - it can’t be. It's rather hard to deny someone who's been born into an inheritance when there were multiple witnesses of the said person coming out of the body of the person who would owe them said inheritance.

But the Role of the Father….?
Is traditionally seen as the role of the uncles, older cousins, and grandfathegreat-uncles rather than the man who fathered the child. Likewise, what we would consider traditionally a “mother’s role” would be handled by aunties, cousins, and grandmothers/great-aunts.

There are a wide variety of religious reasons stemming from nation to nation. Many of which can be dumbed down to the “child came out of woman, inheritance follows through woman” type thing. Though, again, this will vary. From a secular perspective, I’d say it's in part due to the social benefits and in part due to how agriculture came about. In terms of social benefits, again, there’s no social stigma of bastardy when bastardy doesn’t exist. Likewise, a woman and her children never have to worry about being cared for if the husband dies because the woman is already the provider. On the flip side, if the woman dies, then the man can return to his own clan, where he will once again be provided for. And slap onto all that - it serves as protection of women from abuse from men. Men are physically stronger, so amongst some indigenous nations, it was decided the best way to protect women was to ensure that women also had leverage.
In terms of agriculture, despite the common myth that “man rules because man hunts,” in reality, it was settling down and farming/herding/fishing that led to more patriarchal cultures. When men went from leaving for days at a time in the forests to having a field to defend, they took control of the most prominent resource. But that was only in some cultures. Among indigenous cultures, a common trend is that in the matrilineal cultures, women took control of farming and, therefore, the majority food resource - ensuring they remained in power.

It should be noted that matrilineal traditions and patrilineal traditions aren’t the only ones found; I do know of a few nations that are ambilineal in nature. If you have any questions, I'd love to be able to answer them; however, I believe this probably covers the generals.
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2021.12.01 15:56 showlowitsqueentlee Local road rage incident misreported as police violence...

The nation is rightfully focused on police violence. But, while it's relevant and important that this tomato-faced baby man was a cop (he thought being a cop empowered him to get escalate physically), it's far more relevant that he was a driver. This pasty wad of white aggression absolutely lost his shit because he had to wait a few extra seconds to continue driving when a woman with a limp crossed in front of his car, not because he was a cop. If he was walking to the train instead of behind the wheel of a truck, this never would have happened.
This is where the #fuckcars culture war begins. This kind of infantile entitlement needs to be mercilessly stamped out. I think everyone has had enough of this shit.
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2021.12.01 15:56 Mud-Training is my mac completely gone?

everytime i connect it to a UPS or a generator it blows a fuse the thing is i cant get to it to see if the psu is damaged im so sad lmao i had sm stuff in it
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2021.12.01 15:56 Bonus1Fact Wedbush reiterates Salesforce as outperform ¦ CNBC

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2021.12.01 15:56 DoorEuphoric Is SV Zenkai Mid?

What’s the opinion so far, saw a vid on him and wasn’t impressed
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2021.12.01 15:56 Pseudonymously- Brunch spot for a group of 30-40 people?

We are looking for a brunch restaurant that could handle a larger group on a Sunday morning. We are all from out of town.
We tried Mirabella's but they wouldn't let us reserve anything close to "brunch time." We tried tried Buttered Biscuit, but they said they are first come first serve in Bentonville. The Hive/21c was a little more than we wanted to spend.
We don't need anything overly fancy (but not against a nicer place), but want to avoid big chain places (ihop, village inn, etc).
Any suggestions?
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2021.12.01 15:56 ItsPitbull Have you ever bought something again after returning it?

This summer I bought a Z Flip 3.
I returned it and now want to buy it again
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2021.12.01 15:56 AutoNewspaperAdmin [World] - 4 golfers test positive ahead of South African Open | CNN

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2021.12.01 15:56 Paul-Belgium Marlene Dietrich and Gary Cooper photographed for Desire (1936).

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2021.12.01 15:56 GuessMotor ILPT: if you're low on cash then just rob someone

Even if they do call the cops what are they gonna do, shug their shoulders?
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2021.12.01 15:56 Credix Who died in the most painful way - and how?

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