9byd6 73ys2 238r2 tnayb zeid5 nrint ynzdt r9fas 73f6e 7kt87 ztb82 6ibe3 z3df6 z2663 i3ntt tn6bi 4265y t27z6 zfy3r nkdfe 5t6fa U.S. grocery shortages deepen as pandemic dries supplies | Reuters |

U.S. grocery shortages deepen as pandemic dries supplies | Reuters

2022.01.20 19:43 Iessaiam U.S. grocery shortages deepen as pandemic dries supplies | Reuters

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2022.01.20 19:43 chriscfgb [Review] Happy National Popcorn Day - let’s try Snickers Popcorn

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2022.01.20 19:43 movingaroundottawa Flying through Addis Ababa

Hii sorry I know this has been asked a lot!! But that last post was from four months ago and I know things can change quickly.
We are looking to book flights down to Tanzania from Toronto and it seems the only airlines with the shortest flights (and the best price) are by Ethiopian Airlines, with a stop over at the Addis Ababa airport. I know it's recommended to avoid travel to Ethiopia right now because of the current civil war but is it safe to stop at the airport to catch a connecting flight? Is the air space still safe? the airport? The stop over is 3 hours
Looking for any info on this
Thanks so much!
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2022.01.20 19:43 Katzenpower Beyonce- Partition Bridge Arpegiated Synth line

This part probably played by Mike Dean. Bonus points for explaining how the synth is so devoid of harshness. Like it sounds buttery smooth yet aggressive at the same time?
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2022.01.20 19:43 LukeTrapaniOff Sometimes when I’m bored I just take random pictures. Here is one of ‘em. ✌🏻

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2022.01.20 19:43 DelayedYeti Favorite pokemon of each type

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2022.01.20 19:43 liteskinnedbeauty Organic Seamoss

Been seeing people push thos on social media and how it is healthy and a natural immunity booster. The one article says the benefits are:

Has anyone tried it? I'm curious if it helps with ANYTHING really....but esp thyroid
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2022.01.20 19:43 JackelynPerdue Hello, /r/corgi - meet Oatmeal!

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2022.01.20 19:43 MondoRobot91 PC player, new to the sub!

I've never really played the other GoW titles, apart from a few mintues at a friends' house. I never had a Playstation, so the series eluded me. My dad recently gifted me a copy on Steam for my bday, and I have to say, I'm glad it was ported because I've been enjoying every second of it!
Here's hoping they bring Ragnarok to PC!
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2022.01.20 19:43 ModderPaulScamBait Twitch Funny Scammer Pranks Live #722 | JAN 20 2022

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2022.01.20 19:43 BagerCast [220120] Ruan IG update: 🎧 Practice ✨✌🏼🎀🎶

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2022.01.20 19:43 TiNcHoX7 Why the volume silder switch everyday.

Why the volume silder switch everyday. I always get my ears blow by joining a channel, yes i know you can disable the joining notification, but i want it.
but the slider switches everyday with the one for calls volume, one day is the one on top, next time is the bottom.

anyone know a fix to name the slider, or to control the notifications sound?

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2022.01.20 19:43 Bsauce486 I feel old

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2022.01.20 19:43 DailyUser2231 What are your experiences of being or feeling like a token?

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2022.01.20 19:43 VeterinarianNo707 did UPS just decide my package wasn't good enough, so they sent it back? XD

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2022.01.20 19:43 Kaiju_Dan Been seeing a ton of Green Goblins recently, but I really wanted to share mine. Used the two-person posing to make a glider for him.

Been seeing a ton of Green Goblins recently, but I really wanted to share mine. Used the two-person posing to make a glider for him. submitted by Kaiju_Dan to HeroForgeMinis [link] [comments]

2022.01.20 19:43 Gleipner Barter for Vulkan-5

Current barter for Vulkan-5 is ridicoulus, 1 GPU + 4 RAM, that's currently 640k for a class 6 helmet add 70k for the lvl 4 faceshield and you bought yourself a shitty altyn for 700k while the altyn barely costs 120-150k.
Interesting barter tbh
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2022.01.20 19:43 homesteadhow Ice Harvesting: The Hardest Job on the Homestead (Self Sufficient Refrigeration)

Ice Harvesting: The Hardest Job on the Homestead (Self Sufficient Refrigeration) Last week our good friend William, along with his wife and nine children, invited us over for dinner at their homestead. This was an honor and turned out to be an amazing (and perhaps life-changing) experience. With William’s permission and the goal of education others we filmed this process here https://youtu.be/kKmSav64bR4 OR read about it below.

You see, William and his family are the ultimate homesteaders. They grow all of their own food. They heat their home with wood they harvest. William and his sons are expert level wood workers. They’ve built much of their own furniture. God and Family are everything. They hunt meat for food not for fun. That night’s dinner was venison meatballs cooked on a wood fired oven, mashed potatoes & gravy, freshly baked bread with recently churned butter and a side of coleslaw. Dinner was delicious and if that wasn’t enough we were treated to homemade ice cream and pecan pie for dessert.
We spent 4 hours with William’s family that night. We laughed and we learned under the glow of gas lamp. Our kids played card games together. It was such a peaceful, pleasant get together. All with no electricity. What amazed me even more is William’s general attitude and outlook. I’ve spent a good deal of time with my friend William and he is always smiling. After getting to know him more I finally realized what it is about him. He has no fears or anxiety. He doesn’t worry about the problems of the world, politics or the latest fear-inducing-news. He is intentionally oblivious. His sole focus is J.O.Y. (Jesus, Others, Yourself). But it’s not an act. His faith is unwavering.
That night, with his ever-present smile, William told me about a yearly tradition in his community. Much of the food we ate that night was kept cold with a huge 80 pound block of ice inside a chest freezer with a cutoff electrical cord. In fact, that 80 pound block of ice was one of the last blocks from William’s Ice House and nearly a year old! He harvested it from a pond almost a year ago. One of the many things I learned that night, ice, stored in a properly insulated building (an ice house) will last over a year with no electricity whatsoever. William asked me if I’d like to join him in a few days for this year's big ice harvest and I said absolutely YES.
As a city boy turned homesteader six years ago I thought I knew what hard work was, but I’ve since been properly educated!
I met William at his homestead with plans to use my truck and borrow a trailer from a neighbor. The day of the ice harvest happened to be the coldest day of the year with a wind chill advisory. The temps were -5F but reported to feel like -21F with the wind. I was suited up with multiple layers with a nice sub-zero jacket, thinsulate pants and a ski mask. I could have comfortably climbed Mount Everest with my gear. William on the other hand had a basic straight cut jacket, cloth gloves and rubber boots. We went to retrieve the neighbors trailer. William returned from the neighbors house with a big smile, “Well looks like the trailer is a no-go, let’s head back and I will grab my team of horses and my trailer”. We did just that and William was standing on the trailer like a figure from a wild-west movie standing tall on a trailer while steering 2 huge horses down the road in a bitterly cold wind. With the horses it took nearly a ½ hour to get to the pond. I don’t understand how he didn’t get frostbite on his face– instead when we arrived he still just had a big smile.

The ice harvesting operation was a site to see. There were many men already hard at work. One with a big gas powered saw cutting into the ice. Other men were hitting the long chunks of ice to break them apart and then push them over to a gas powered conveyor belt. The conveyor lifted the ice blocks up and several men in a horse drawn trailer were there to grab the slipper 80 pound blocks before they came crashing down onto the trailer bed and then 2 men behind him would slide the blocks to the end of the trailer and then position them into neat rows.
I asked William if he ever fell in and he said YES a few times! Before I knew it William was straight to work. Like a well oiled machine, ice cubes started flowing and everyone worked together. After standing around for a bit I decided to jump right in and I got on the horse trailer and helped position the ice blocks. I ended up doing this for a few hours. It was hard work. The blocks would fall over and trying to flip an 80 pound, slippery wet block back upright was challenging especially when the next block would come crashing down seconds later and my hands were frozen.. After a couple hours we got to William’s trailer and we were able to fit in 60 blocks. I offered up my truck and we stacked 40 more in my pickup for 100 total.
We headed back to the Ice House. This particular ice house was inside a barn with heavily insulated walls and a small 3x3 foot window which also served as the door. By this time I was pretty beat but the hard work had just begun. Unloading these 100 blocks required another step, lifting! I had to lift the blocks up to get them onto a chut and then slide them over to the man inside the ice house. I shouldn’t complain because the man inside the ice house had to then lift each block down from that window. A back-breaking job. After some time we managed to unload it all. And that was just trip #1. There was another 100 to go!

Heading back to William’s place he said to me “You see, that’s a lot of work to refrigerate some food!”. I agreed but that’s one day of hard work and now he can refrigerate food for his entire family for a year. Plus it was hard work that had a tangible result in the end, a full ice house. The other positive side of ice is that William is off-grid and not beholden to anyone. Sure it’s unlikely but if I couldn’t pay my electric bill or if there was some disaster and we lost power, I’d have no way to refrigerate my food while William would be just fine.
That made me admire William’s way of life even more. I know everyone has issues and no one is perfect. But the thing about William is that he is not beholden to anyone. And I don’t know anyone else who can say that.

My wife Jen and I have been pushing to be more off grid but we always fall back. Not anymore. Our #1 goal for 2022 is to transition to be fully off grid. We are purchasing a wood cook stove, gas lights and getting rid of our electronics. Our first big building project of 2022, you guessed it, an ice house!
With William’s permission and the goal of education others we filmed this process here https://youtu.be/kKmSav64bR4 OR read about it below.
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2022.01.20 19:43 MugShots DPS Alert

DPS Alert Motorist Assist IR15 27 MM; NB OFF RAMP 01/20/2022 02:22:38 PM
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2022.01.20 19:43 Chimeguy22 💎💵$5 for trying Cashapp real easy!!💵💎

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2022.01.20 19:43 thisisformeworking I've having difficulty trying to replicate a Looker Visual into Tableau

I've having difficulty trying to replicate a Looker Visual into Tableau I need to recreate a particular visualization my org has from Looker into Tableau. This is what it looks like in Looker:
There's a filter the user has to change the grain from displaying Daily/Weekly to Weekly/Monthly.
In this chart, the left side is a daily grain while the right shows a week number grain. Is it possible to get the X-axis to have split grains in Tableau?
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2022.01.20 19:43 FuckyFemboy1999 besides miller, who is the best father figure?

i want to see everyones opinion on this, i personally think the best father figure besides miller is probably tokarev, a close second is stepan
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2022.01.20 19:43 codythelyon2019 Trevenant is beyond broken

Me and my buddy (Zerora) were attacking trevenant out in the open at one point, he full healed over the course of like 2 seconds and clapped us both with his insane area of effect move you can't escape from. Is it just me or is this character absolutely insane? look at his damn healing this game. this was mostly just his passive deadass.
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2022.01.20 19:43 Puzzleheaded_Ad5805 So a friend and I want to play it

He bought it and he’s going to give me a code. Now I’m wondering, can he give me both codes and I get 28days of free extraction or would I only be able to do 1?
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2022.01.20 19:43 goniea1 List of programs using Application Station/Certphi for background checks?

Hi everyone! I just got an email with the subject title "Conditional acceptance" and it was for an approved background check to a program that had offered me admission. After some research turns out that this is through PTCAS and some programs can opt into using it. I was wondering if anyone knew if there was a list of the programs that used this or not? I searched a bunch but cant find much other than directions on what to do once receiving the email. Trying to figure out what program did give me an acceptance based on this list. Thanks!
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