2022.01.20 23:48 improbablity You know what's actually unbelievable?
Nat's hair! Her roots should be showing six months in. I will suspend my disbelief for all other grooming and hygiene matters but she should have obvious roots by now.
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2022.01.20 23:48 ctkb2001 As a transmasc person, do you ever get offended for women on their behalf? Like when someone degrades women?
2022.01.20 23:48 Lucifer_fallen1 A beautiful song, Tabu's dancing is phenomenal!
2022.01.20 23:48 WSUPolar Missed Connection: Me waving like an idiot; you ignoring me.
ShipCanal bridge I5 south bound. Me: Copper MachE with Black Stripes; You: Silver Premium. ….. just felt like a missed connection Craigslist ad 😆
Driving to work today I see one other PNW MachEs. Get up next to them wave and thumbs up… them dead stare forward into the nothingness of Seattle traffic.
Fine. Fine. Enjoy your drive. I’m just over here excited to see another on the road.
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2022.01.20 23:48 JustAnuthaLooser I don't have student debt, I paid for mine. But I realize not everyone has that luxury. Being forced into debt for practically the rest of your life is BS. Hold Biden accountable!
It was his campaign promise, and he has no reason to deny and reneg on his word. Especially when it could greatly impact the lives of millions of Americans, the very people he was sworn into office to work for.
It's unfair to those of you that work so hard with so little pay just to lose it all paying only INTEREST.
Rent's high. Groceries prices are high. Everything is constantly going up due to inflation, and it makes it unlivable for the vast majority of you all living paycheck to paycheck.
He was voted in for his promises.
A man whose word means nothing is worth nothing himself.
I may not have the same problems as those of you, but I side with you all, nonetheless.
Get to work, Biden!
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2022.01.20 23:48 Braxyash upvote for a free video
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2022.01.20 23:48 xtremeree123 [EVENT] 1969 Australian Federal Election
Commonwealth of Australia August 1969
Early polls in late-1968 indicated that the incumbent Prime Minister John Gorton has been largely unpopular with the Australian electorate, advertising himself as a down-to-earth, people's politician, Gorton apparently shot himself in the foot by engaging in inappropriate entertainment activities that has soon caught the attention of opposition media outlets, describing Mr. Prime Minister as a womanizer and a drunkard. His attempt at centralizing the traditional autonomous regional political system of the Commonwealth hasn't helped him in the polls, either. Coupled with the fact that Gorton has been incredibly uncharismatic for a party's leader and a head of government, it seems like he is a political suicide waiting to happen in the next federal election.
With that being said, the political elites of the Liberal Party led by the Minister for Education and Youth, Malcolm Fraser has gotten enough of Mr. Gorton's antics, instead, on the 1st of February 1969, the Liberal Party convened an unusual meeting that subsequently disposed Gorton as the party leader and replaced him with Malcolm Fraser, with little resistance, even from Gorton's seemingly closest friends.
Malcolm Fraser is a part of the increasingly left-wing faction of the Liberal Party, as the official runner for the Coalition in the upcoming elections, he promises a more liberal Liberal Party, along with new social and economic reforms that seeks to modernize Australian instituions and society, most significantly seeking to dismantle the strict and perhaps racist immigration laws that have been put in place by previous governments. He is also very interest in foreign affairs, and as Australia has been criticized for being passive against communism in the region, now with the threat of communism looming at the gate (in Sukarno's Indonesia), Fraser pledges to project Australia as a defender of democracies and liberalism in Southeast Asia and will attempt to strengthen Aussie military might to deter communist aggression.
During Gorton's reign as the Australian Prime Minister, the Labor has experienced unprecedented growth and support from the dismayed Aussie people, polling in late-1968 suggested for the first time in the last 20 years that the Coalition's grip on the Parliament can be threatened by a "Labor wave". Gough Whitlam pushed the same agenda as Gorton albeit with much more success, portraying himself as an average "Aussie bloke" with his wartime service and his craggy, battered appearance. Gough Whitlam runs on a radical platform that seeks to completely transform the Australian system with his modern socialist vision, evening calling for the abolition of the Senate. As a charismatic politician, his policies appeared to a significant portion of the population that have grown tired of the Liberal Party's inability to carry out any meaningful changes for the past decade. However, his radical proposals also mean that a lot of people are alienated by the uncertainty of such reforms. Whitlam has also developed a reputation for being unnecessarily confrontational and, at times, erratic.
Nevertheless, the prospect of a unified Labor Party has recovered much of its lost supporters due to previous factionalism and internal fighting. Whitlam's Labor is projected to be a serious contender and may even win it all.
The election didn't favour the Labor Party as predicted. With Fraser's reaffirmation of states' rights and the Coalition's rather successful usage of the age-old tactics of calling your slightly left-wing opposition "communists", the Coalition has succeeded in maintaining its majority, while the Labor Party's performance was abysmal at best.
|Party||Leader||Seats won||Seat change|
|Liberal/Country coalition||Malcolm Fraser||77||-5|
|Labor Party||Gough Whitlam||48||+7|
2022.01.20 23:48 Calcium-kun Is it possible to completely remove Crimson?
I’ve been holding off hard mode for a long time because I’m really stressing over what I need to do in before hardmode, specifically stopping the crimson. I’ve dug a few hellevators, but I don’t know if it’s good enough. Is it possible to completely eliminate the crimson? I really wanna get to hard mode.
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2022.01.20 23:48 Amazing_Architecture Futuristic Yacht by LYX arkitekter
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2022.01.20 23:48 nonotreadit I'm Gonna say good-buy Friday.
2022.01.20 23:48 oh_hello05 how do i prevent an ingrown nail?
i broke one of my nails, and it was uncomfortable so i cut it. stupid idea. it's now super short and very uneven. how can i prevent that from becoming an ingrown nail?
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2022.01.20 23:48 theChavofromthe8 Alguien se acuerda del nombre de esta comiquita venezolana?
Era una comiquita que mostraban en el colegio y canales públicos, y eran unos muñequitos como de plastilina, una niña y un niño creo que también había un viejito. Los que hayan tenido canaimita saben de que estoy hablando.
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2022.01.20 23:48 selstepski Anyone know of labs to have such a small litter? We were really shocked. 3 silver beauties. 2 girls and a boy 🥰
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2022.01.20 23:48 Mindless_Warning_945 When Sabre buys Dundee muffling. They say they only bought the Scranton branch because they were the only profitable part of the company. In a later season when holly comes back, she’s being transferred back from Nashua. How they can transfer from a branch they didn’t even buy?
2022.01.20 23:48 Ossama_ me (20m) am in love with my online best friend (18f) how do i/should i tell her?
we've known each other for 2 years now i started liking her after a few days of talking she lives in finland and i live in syria(moving to uae in a few weeks) and we're meeting for the first time this summer(as friends)
im almost sure she already knows i love her because of how i act while she's around but she just broke up with her toxic bf, would confessing after that be a bad idea?
i didnt tell her before because im honestly a loser, i had to quit school 4 years ago to work to collect money to move to another country and im going to study uni in uae i thought she would think im unreliable or a bad boyfriend material for not having a degree(financially unstable) or experience with girls(i only had 1 gf and it lasted for 1 year), also i thought telling her was a bad idea because what if she liked me too? im afraid i would feel like a burden because in syria we cant really have normal lives, we just focus on staying alive and thats it and i didnt know how much time i needed to move somewhere else or how much time i need to get a degree and start working to get married to her eventually, my concern was how she would feel about being in a relationship with someone who has an unstable life and no real job for the next few years
my question is: should i tell her asap or wait until we meet? or should i tell her at all? maybe after i graduate? or would it be too late
also im sorry if my english is bad but its not my first language
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2022.01.20 23:48 Muted-Line-9326 [Article] To keep up with tech news during their day jobs, two coworkers built an app to curate articles from a few select RSS feeds. 16 months later, it's being used by 100,000 developers.
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2022.01.20 23:48 itzjtp Rebirth dubs incoming! Guaranteed F4F
JustinConceivable - Twitch
Finally pulled the trigger on a new name! It rolls off the tongue a little better in my opinion. It's a guarantee that I'll follow you back!
I'm always looking for fun communities to join. Again, I'm a dedicated follow-backer!!! Don't be surprised if I hit you with a raid at some point. I stream very often, and try to raid different people at the end of every session.
Streaming up some Rebirth of course, now at 353 wins going for 400!
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2022.01.20 23:48 DankBoobSweat “Takeout fees”
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2022.01.20 23:48 chouweee Amazon Customer Service Going to Shit
Bought a $30 item from Amazon a couple weeks ago. A week later, they lost my package and asked if I wanted to cancel it. I said sure and tried to re-order it. Price went up to $35 and I asked customer service if they could give me the original price. Got transferred to a supervisor and pretty much got told me that I'm shit out of luck. Their customer service is complete trash now.
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2022.01.20 23:48 Budskis8 Billionaire investor says historic sharemarket crash is ‘nearly certain’
Jeremy Grantham, the famed investor who for decades has been calling market bubbles, said the historic collapse in stocks he predicted a year ago is underway and even intervention by the Federal Reserve can’t prevent an eventual plunge of almost 50 per cent.
In a note, Grantham, the co-founder of Boston asset manager GMO, describes US stocks as being in a “super bubble,” only the fourth of the past century. And just as they did in the crash of 1929, the dot-com bust of 2000 and the financial crisis of 2008, he’s certain this bubble will burst, sending indexes back to statistical norms and possibly further.
That, he said, involves the S&P 500 dropping some 45 per cent from Wednesday’s close -- and 48 per cent from its January 4 peak -- to a level of 2500. The Nasdaq Composite, already down 8.3 per cent this month, may sustain an even bigger correction.
“I wasn’t quite as certain about this bubble a year ago as I had been about the tech bubble of 2000, or as I had been in Japan, or as I had been in the housing bubble of 2007,” Grantham said in a Bloomberg “Front Row” interview. “I felt highly likely, but perhaps not nearly certain. Today, I feel it is just about nearly certain.”
In Grantham’s analysis, the evidence is abundant. The first sign of trouble he points to came last February, when dozens of the most speculative stocks began falling. One proxy, Cathie Wood’s Ark Innovation ETF, has since tumbled by 52 per cent. Next, the Russell 2000, an index of mid-cap equities that typically outperforms in a bull market, trailed the S&P 500 in 2021.
Finally, there was what Grantham calls the kind of “crazy investor behaviour” indicative of a late-stage bubble: meme stocks, a buying frenzy in electric-vehicle names, the rise of nonsensical cryptocurrencies such a dogecoin and multimillion-dollar prices for non-fungible tokens, or NFTs.
“This checklist for a super bubble running through its phases is now complete and the wild rumpus can begin at any time,” Grantham, 83, writes in his note. “When pessimism returns to markets, we face the largest potential markdown of perceived wealth in US history.”
It could, he said, rival the impact of the dual collapse of Japanese stocks and real estate in the late 1980s. Not only are equities in a super bubble, according to Grantham there’s also a bubble in bonds, “the broadest and most extreme” bubble ever in global real estate and an “incipient bubble” in commodity prices. Even without a full reversion back to statistical trends, he calculates that losses in the US alone may reach $35 trillion.
Grantham is a dyed-in-the-wool value manager who’s been investing for 50 years and calling bubbles for almost as long. He knows his predictions are fodder for sceptics. One obvious question: How could the S&P 500 advance 26.9 per cent in 2021 -- its seventh-best performance in 50 years -- if stocks were poised to plummet?
Rather than disprove his thesis, Grantham said the strength in blue-chip stocks at a time of weakness in speculative bets only reinforces it.
“This has been exactly how the great bubbles have broken,” he said. “In 1929, the flakes were down for the year before the market broke, they were down 30 per cent. The year before they’d been up 85 per cent, they had crushed the market.”
Seeing the same pattern that played out in every past super bubble is what gives him so much confidence in predicting this one will implode similarly.
Grantham pins the blame for bubbles of the past 25 years mostly on bad monetary policy. Ever since Alan Greenspan was Fed chairman, he argues, the central bank has “aided and abetted” the formation of successive bubbles by first making money too cheap and then rushing to bail out markets when corrections followed.
Now, investors may no longer be able to count on that implied put. Inflation running at the fastest clip in four decades “limits” the Fed’s ability to stimulate the economy by cutting rates or buying assets, Grantham said.
“They will try, they will have some effect,” he added. “There is some element of the put left. It is just heavily compromised.”
Under these conditions, the traditional 60/40 portfolio of stocks offset by bonds offers so little protection it’s “absolutely useless,” Grantham said. He advises selling US equities in favour of stocks trading at cheaper valuations in Japan and emerging markets, owning resources for inflation protection, holding some gold and silver, and raising cash to deploy when prices are once again attractive.
“Everything has consequences and the consequences this time may or may not include some intractable inflation” Grantham writes. “But it has already definitely included the most dangerous breadth of asset overpricing in financial history.”
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2022.01.20 23:48 THEGREATIS-4 Does infected help rank up for tier one camo
2022.01.20 23:48 PuzzleheadedCard6336 Dahyun 🤤
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2022.01.20 23:48 kobekong Day 22... then game save got corrupted
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2022.01.20 23:48 the_real_cancer_kid "Why did you try and hide they had a Seer"
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