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2022.01.17 18:42 Ctuml24 Here is a pair of earrings I made recently.

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2022.01.17 18:42 KingParmo Fan-made HALLOWEEN horror game is AMAZING! | Halloween PC Gameplay (FULL...

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2022.01.17 18:42 recruitnurses Registered Nurse - Ask about incentives!

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2022.01.17 18:42 OnHillStreet "Tick Tock" Creepypasta Narration

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2022.01.17 18:42 fragiletestes Hopefully there are no side effects being that it’s from a cactus, but heard it was the quenchiest so im excited!

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2022.01.17 18:42 halapeno-popper Protect the vision join the guard! White paper now available, join the whitelist! Let’s get ryoshi’s vision out there!

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2022.01.17 18:42 Batwaffel Nugen Audio Annual Survey - Get a $100 voucher plus a free license for Aligner. Survey ends 17 February. Voucher ends 1 March.

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2022.01.17 18:42 outrecadventures Off-road Vehicle Turo?

Any interest in renting vehicles that aren't able to be rented on Turo like ATVs, UTVs, etc?
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2022.01.17 18:42 Icy_Avocado6289 THAT WAS HELLA AWESOME 😂🐎⚔️ I adored the quotation good job team :-D

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2022.01.17 18:42 OrbitalAFK This is me apparently

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2022.01.17 18:42 recruitnurses Occupational Therapist

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2022.01.17 18:42 talicea00 Looking for Potential Roommate

Hey all, I’m at 26M looking for a potential roommate. Men & Women are both welcome, I’m looking to connect and make good a friend. My 6 yr old dog will be with us, she’s a pit terrier and loves to cuddle!
I’m pretty fit and love to exercise/eat healthy(most of the time), so if you’re looking for a potential gym buddy, you got one. I enjoy playing video games, watching anime, just got into reading recently. I’m in to all kinds of extracurricular activities so if you’re fun and adventurous that’s a plus. I’m a very clean person, and like to cook. I do have a stable job and am driven in my career.
I’m thinking we get a nice 2/3 bed spot (that way we have space) with a max rent of $1500. The price is negotiable, obviously the more money we save the better.
If you’re interested, let’s chat and see if we’re compatible to coexist. We can meet up for drinks a couple times and see if the energy is there and move forward. Please be upfront about who you are, I’m pretty open-minded and accepting, would like to have a general idea of who I’ll be living with.
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2022.01.17 18:42 Valuable-Offer-2243 Come Away

The Japanese-American animated movie, Come Away was released on the same U.S. release as Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland (2010).
Those comparisons include:

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2022.01.17 18:42 patcoston The Long Walk from McVries POV: #8

Release #8: Peter meets the Vanguard. Bold text is new. Normal text is from the book. Nothing from the book will be changed.
Peter’s goal is to take out every member of the vanguard.
Leading the vanguard were the Hopi brothers #78 Joe and #79 Mike “Q-something”. The other 4 were #7 Seth Curley, #77 Harold Quince, #54 Bill Hough, and #26 Peter Foster. There were 17 boys named Peter this year and 10 boys had the last name Foster. Two of the boys were named Peter Foster. It’s no surprise because everyone knows that Peter Foster is the most popular name in the 51 states.
Peter continued to put faces to the names he had memorized. The spectator’s guide listed age, state and sometimes a nickname, for example Henry Olson’s nickname is Hank. Peter knew Hank was 17 from Massachusetts and a face emerged. It’s like when you read a novel, and you visualize what each person looks like. Peter only visualized the faces of those with good Vegas odds like Scramm, Olson and Barkovitch. Boys like Pearson, Garraty and Percy were long shots or just average odds, so he did not visualize their faces. Not surprisingly, none of these boys looked like what Peter had imagined, especially Scramm. The boy with the best Vegas odds should have the perfect body. The perfect weight. The perfect height. The perfect body to leg ratio. But Scramm was built like a buffalo, which is great for playing a football fullback, but not so great for a long walker, and yet somehow the computer picked him as most likely to win.
Vegas odds were based on a computer equation algorithm which knows the weight, height, age, mental score, fitness score, essay score, race, state, etc. of every boy in every long walk. Knowing the order that they were ticketed, and how far they walked, the computer predicts the order the new walkers will be ticketed, who will win, and their Vegas odds. Scramm’s odds are 2 to 1 which means if you bet on him and he won, your winnings would double. Peter’s 4 to 1 odds were also great so you would quadruple your bet. Walker’s like Tubbins and Harkness had odds that were more like 20 to 1. Sure, the payoff is huge, but they were super long shots to win according to that computer algorithm. Garraty’s 12 to 1 odds were just average meaning that about 50% had better odds and about 50% had worse odds.
As Peter passed one of the Peter Fosters, he noticed that Mr. Foster was carrying a transistor radio. Now he knew where the weather and news reports were coming from. Peter had read a lot of articles that gave their opinion on what things a walker should carry with them, like sunscreen, lip balm, first-aid kit, blister-kit, aspirin, etc., but he never saw a list that contained a transistor radio. It’s one of those things you don’t think of until you see someone else do it, then suddenly it’s the most obvious thing in the world. On second thought, you’d have to carry a lot of spare batteries and that would weigh you down, so maybe that’s why nobody recommends it.
Walkers were limited to 7 items each. All 7 items had to fit in a standard size packsack. Walkers were allowed to trade with their fellow walkers and end up with more than 7 items in their packsacks. All packsacks were inspected upon arrival at the guard station to remove any illegal items like weapons or performance enhancing drugs. There was no weight limit. Some boys like Raymond Garraty chose to travel light and not wear a packsack. A pack of cigarettes would count as 1 item. A bag of identical items is considered one item so a bag of packs of cigarettes would be considered one item. A bag of macaroons was one item. Cookies wrapped in foil was one item. A transistor radio would be one item and a bag of batteries would be another item. Most boys brought comfort food, extra clothing like a water-proof windbreaker, dry socks, or a hat. Peter’s 7 items were a plastic bag of macaroons, a pack of cigarettes, a pack of matches, a plastic bag of raw hamburger, a fresh shirt, a toothbrush, a Butterfinger bar for Curley and an apple for Scramm. If you counted 8 items, your wrong. The pack of matches fit inside the pack of cigarettes so those were considered one item.
Peter started to pass one of his targets, Curley with 4 to 1 odds like him. He was a skinny, gangling boy in bluejeans. Curley had been trying to cultivate sideburns. The sideburns had failed. Curley’s face was lean and earnest. Curley took a deep hit on his cigarette as they made eye contact and they nodded a mutual friendly hello. That was a good sign that Curley would talk to him later. Boys that avoided eye contact, didn’t want to talk.
Peter kept jogging and passed Hough and Quince giving them each a quick “Wassup?”
Finally, Peter came up even with leaders, Joe and Mike “Q”. Peter wasn’t sure how to pronounce their Hopi Indian last name, but he approximated it as cocky-tee-wah. He admired their identical leather jackets. Was that an Eagle on the back? Their skin was bronze and Peter thought “No sunburn for these guys!”
He gave a friendly but winded “What’s up”, quick inhale, “guys?” as he panted from his jog.
They turned their heads to look at Peter then Joe said, “We no English”.
Peter unshouldered his packsack and withdrew a pair of pink and green macaroons and offered them both. The pink one was OK to eat but the green one would make you sick. Peter didn’t know how it would make them sick. Each green macaroon had a different effect. The effects of these macaroons would also be delayed by a few hours or more so it would be less obvious why they were feeling ill.
Joe turned away, but Mike seemed interested, so Peter took a bite of the pink macaroon and smiled while chewing. Mike accepted the green one and spoke something that Peter assumed was “thank you” in Hopi. Mike and Joe were suddenly in a heated argument most likely about the macaroon. Obviously, Joe didn’t trust taking candy from strangers. Mike stuffed his green macaroon into his leather jacket pocket.
It was obvious that Mike was the little brother. Mike was shorter than Joe. Mike was obviously more gullible than Joe. Joe had a mustache while Mike had peach fuzz. Peter estimated that Joe was 17 and his little brother Mike was 15.
Peter began to imagine how two brothers joined the same Long Walk. Family Rule #1 says that no two related boys can join the same long walk via the lottery. Related was defined as siblings, or first cousins. If two or more related boys happened to be picked in the lottery, then 1 would be picked randomly to stay in the walk, and the others would be removed, and backups would take their place. The chances of 2 related boys being in the same long walk was considered so remote, that there was no rule for it … until it happened. Two brothers were picked as walkers, and both were ticketed. There was a huge controversy, so they made the Family Rule so it would never happen again. But everyone saw how the brother’s helped each other and how one of them almost won, and suddenly other brothers wanted to join and sacrifice their life so their brother could win, so they made Family Rule #2 to override Family Rule #1.
According to the latest spectator guide, Joe joined via Family Rule #2. Mike was picked in the lottery on April 1st, and on April 31st, Mike found out that he was a walker. His older brother’s instincts to protect his little brother must have kicked in, and Joe joined the walk based on Family Rule #2 which says, if you are a male age 13 to 18 and have a family member who is or was a walker, then you can call the 800 number by or before 11:59 PM Maine Standard Time April 31st, and volunteer. Family member is defined as a first cousin, brother, father, grandfather, great grandfather, etc. You would replace the walker with the worst Vegas odds. Even if they pick you as a backup, a qualifying family member of an alumni walker could instantly convert to a walker if they wanted. Peter imagined some walker got the call that they were in, then another call saying they were out. That must have sucked but his life was spared with odds like 25 to 1.
Mike’s Vegas odds were 17 to 1 which was not good, but Joe’s odds were 3 to 1 according to the revised Spectator’s Guide which they handed out to the walkers when they arrived. Peter had not visualized Joe’s face because Joe was not listed in the April Spectator’s Guide which he received in the mail a week after getting picked in the April 1st lottery. The original guide listed all 200 boys in the order their names were pulled from the drum by the Major. Nobody knew if they would be a walker or backup yet. This revised guide only listed the 100 walkers in order by number. It also identified the 12 backups, numbering them by the order they backed up, including McVries as the 12th backup. Joe was listed as family of 79. He was the only walker who used Family Rule #2.
Peter gave a polite bow goodbye, but his gesture went unnoticed as Mike and Joe continued to argue. Peter stopped for a few seconds to let Harold Quince catch up while taking out another green macaroon. Peter matched his pace and attempted eye contact. “So … number 77, you must be pleased with your number. 2 lucky sevens!” Quince just stared ahead squinting as if in deep concentration. Quince looked evil with his messy greasy hair and pimples. The guy was skinny yet fit and he meant business. He wasn’t there to make friends. “It seems that you want some privacy, so I’ll just hang with my ole’ buddy Bill.” Peter stopped for a few more seconds to let Bill Hough catch up.
“Yo! Bill Ho! What’s hanging?” Bill said, “The name’s not Bill. It’s William. And you pronounce my name last name Huff. Now go peddle your papers somewhere else, cuz I’m not buyin’.”
Three out four didn’t trust Peter. These vanguard boys weren’t playing around. It’s no wonder they rejected Bitchy. Time to visit Curley.
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2022.01.17 18:42 karlsimpactedrearend 75lbs lost in 5 months, In the end it was easy when you follow the rules.

So feeling great lately, due to health concerns earlier this year and getting a high blood pressure reading I decided to lose weight and get as close to shredded as possible, I'm almost at my final weight now but moreover I'm actually a thin person now.
I'm 6'4, I started at 300lb's and am down to 225 (final goal is 215), I learnt a lot however the following rules were a huge help.

So after sticking with this for 5 mknths the weight just fell off, and although it had some hard parts I can say that overall the experience was FAR easier than I thought it would be.
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2022.01.17 18:42 texan0322 DFS NFL VIP Monday Night Football Showdown Breakdown Wildcard Week – Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams

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2022.01.17 18:42 AssociateGreat9747 How to bond with puppy?

I know it sounds terrible but I feel no connection to my puppy at all. My kids and husband love him but as I do 99% of the work for him it’s really hard not feeling love for him. Is there anything I can do? Is it normal?
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2022.01.17 18:42 xXSLAYERBOOXx what is a very unique airsoft gun that is good?

i have a few unique guns but im wanting another and suggestions? pricing around £500 and less
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2022.01.17 18:42 puffpastrypuppy I made this Abra cake for my husband’s birthday yesterday! 🥳

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2022.01.17 18:42 RonanConroy Ronan Conroy - The Sweet Game [dark indie]

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2022.01.17 18:42 mrfry2018 Got bored of the black coating in the Cogent so decided to do my own stonewash, pretty happy with how it turned out

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2022.01.17 18:42 nullr0uter I don’t want to wake her up

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2022.01.17 18:42 recruitnurses Registered Nurse - Ask about incentives!

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