2022.01.27 23:37 Juan_Dollar Carbonating with nitrogen
I’m getting into nitro cold brew and I’ve heard that when using a nitro tap you should only dispense using nitrogen has and you can carbonate with co2 and there will be no noticeable difference. With nitrogen so expensive and hard to get, how much co2 can I use before the flavotexture suffers? I think I can purge the head space and maybe carb up to 30psi then switch to nitro for serving via diffusion stone. Or just go pure nitro for everything?
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2022.01.27 23:37 BillyBabel Nurgle is very much the weakest faction.
So I've been looking at unit stats and I watched Turin's tourny and I've come to this conclusion
Nurgle has little to no armor, no shields or missile block, and no missile resistance. This means he basically gets ripped to shreds by anyone that can field cheap archers like Cathay and Kieslev. I assume the devs thought that the units big health pool would be enough, but in a game that is already dominated by ranged, the amount of DPS ranged units put out just melts nurgle, this coupled with the fact that he overall has the slowest units in the game and no passives or missile resist of any kind to mitigate against ranged, means he gets picked apart.
Nurgle's specific weakness isn't supposed to just be all ranged units in general,and this was not the case in table top, and asking nurgle to be able to tie up ranged units with melee units with chaff units as the slowest faction in the game is a big ask. Nurgle has so many passive abilities that make him survive in melee, but nothing to help him out at all against ranged.
Secondly Nurgle's damage is abysmal. Obviously nurgle's strength is supposed to be in staying power and grinding down, so nurgle shouldn't be a melee powerhouse like khorne, but the assumption is that nurgle units would have a draining effect like the Mortis Engine from the undead. The only unit in Nurgle's entire roster that has a mortis engine effect is the Great unclean lord, the Nurgle legendary lord Kugath does not have a Mortis effect, and neither does great unclean monster. This means that nurgle ability to even do damage with their toughness is pretty abysmal
Finally nurgle also does not have a single anti large unit in their entire line up. They have no infantry or SEMs that are good at dealing with large targets
Compare this to a similar faction the undead, whose chaff unit of skeletons do have shields and armor, and their basic grave guard troops also have shields and good armor, and a heal that can actually resurrect models, and a have fast units to disrupt ranged units, and have decently speedy infantry, and can get a mortis engine effect from both a lord and a unit, and have access to anti large monsters and infantry, Nurgle seems to be just worse undead in every way.
Since Nurgle's kryptonite seems to just be any faction with access to cheap range units, if nurgle doesn't get some decent buffs, he'll likely be the worst faction in the game.
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2022.01.27 23:37 SoxOn35thReddit Gordon Beckham announces retirement
2022.01.27 23:37 pretty_meta [The Right] Is [Losing Its Mind] at the Idea of a Black Woman on the Supreme Court
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2022.01.27 23:37 NigelPhoenix Please Explain IKBR Margin & Liquidation like I'm in Third Grade
Just a couple VERY BASIC margin questions from a relative newb:
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2022.01.27 23:37 Jazz_Hound "Hop in! We're going to the Plaza Hotel and then we will run over Myrtle Wilson on the way back." Side view of a Ford sedan with four passengers and a woman getting in on the driver's side circa 1923. (Library of Congress Historical Photograph)
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2022.01.27 23:37 NerdFuelYT Why does this sound like a hypothetical one of the guys on Oneyplays would come up with
2022.01.27 23:37 H1tMan-Doz13r My orcs created from the Pretender decoys
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2022.01.27 23:37 Fulminata_Aduitrix [ELECTION]2052 Free Republic of Canada National Elections
The Canadian political system has undergone a great deal of change in the past 30 years, which has resulted in a great deal of gridlock in Canadian politics internationally and internally. The fracturing of the United States and resulting conflicts with Cascadia wrought profound, seismic shifts in the Canadian political and national psyche. The first major change was the self-destruction of the Liberal party followed swiftly by a takeover of the House of Commons, Senate, and Prime Ministry by the Conservative party, only to result in what an unnamed news reporter called “the greatest example of political blue-balls in recent history”. The Conservative party threw away it’s mandate in attempting to maintain the status quo, and made no attempts to quell the major concerns of the entire electorate surrounding the Cascadian Conflict. The 2030’s were a period of open political warfare, with dozens of small parties springing up from the ashes of the Liberal and Conservative parties, during this time the Bloc Quebecois achieved seven years of ascendency, but due to infighting and gridlock, was unable to form a stable government for quite some time. By the early 2040’s, the Canadian political situation began to show signs of stabilization, the inclusion of the former US states of North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, forming the new province of Greater Dakota, along with Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and parts of Virginia, forming the new province of Great Lakes opened up several new avenues in Canadian politics. Canadian Senate
One will note that with the exception of Michegan, these former US states are all firmly “conservative” in the American sense, which differs from Canadian conservatism, as well as that of the world. This complicating factor was what truly broke the Canadian political system, and the Canadian government as a whole. The small window of ascendancy of the Bloc Quebecois fanned the flames of Quebecois nationalism which had been slowly dying in the early decades of the 21st century, this in turn created sharper divisions along regional lines between Quebec, the former American regions of Greater Dakota and Great Lakes, the Canadian heartland and far north, and the western provinces. By 2045, the Canadian body-politic had shifted decisively towards the right, with the liberal provinces of British Columbia, Yukon, Newfoundland and Labrador, out numbered by the center-right and right-leaning provinces, with the formerly non-partisan provinces of Nunavut and the Northwest Territories beginning to lean center-right. For the House of Commons, Two new right-wing parties formed during this time, the center-right Canada First (CF) and the right-wing Canadian Nationalist Party (CNP), with CF being the larger of the two. On the left-wing side of affairs, the Green Party remained in existence, and experienced a short period of rapid growth in the 2030’s, but has fallen by the wayside giving way to the far-left People’s Party of Canada (PPC) and the center-left Canadian Democratic Party (CDP). The Bloc Quebecois (BQ) has remained strong, though it has fallen back to it’s historical size due to it’s self-defeating Quebec-first nationalist policy and center-left leaning that makes cooperation difficult with both the right and the left for different but equally important reasons. A final rather small party is the Indigenous People’s of Canada (IPC), which maintains around 2-4% of the vote during the past several election cycles, and is a centrist party.
The Canadian Senate, unlike the former United States Senate, consists of members of similar ideologies, but often of different parties from the House, but with similar policy alignments. This has changed somewhat in recent years in two significant ways. The first is the inclusion of the former US states has moved the Senate towards greater integration with national political parties, along the lines of the former US political system, however, it has retained it’s Canadian roots in forming caucuses between smaller groups of senators sometimes of differing parties, reflecting more of a regional composition in the Senate and a national composition in the House of Commons, which is an ironic and interesting development. Currently, the Canadian Senate consists of the following groups with their leanings; the Canada Forever Group, consisting mainly of center-right senators from Canadian provinces prior to the creation of Greater Dakota and Great Lakes, the North American Group, consisting of right-wing senators mainly from Greater Dakota, Great Lakes, and other right-leaning areas of Canada, the People’s Group which is a small, far-left group surrounding the person of Julia Tremblay, the Free Democratic Group a center-left group, and the Quebecois Universale Group, representing Quebec. With the exception of the Free Democratic Group and the Quebecois, curiously, the rest of the political makeup of Canada is strongly nationalist both on the left and the right, with the North American Group adhering to a more broad, pan-American nationalist group.
Moving onto the start of the 2050’s, Canada currently has five senatorial groups as follows:
Party Leaning Seats Percent Canada Forever Group Center-Right Nationalist 37 35.4% North American GroupRight Nationalist 30 28.7% Quebecois Universale Center-Left Globalist 10 9.4% Free Democratic Group Center-Left/Left Globalist 19 18.1% People’s Group Left Nationalist 9 8.4% TOTAL 104 100%
The House of Commons contains four major political parties, and two minor parties, with their present political makeup as follows: House of Commons
Party Leaning Seats Percent Canada First Center-Right Nationalist 152 37.6% Canadian Nationalist Right Nationalist 89 21.9% Canadian Democratic Party Center-Left Globalist 55 13.7% Bloc Quebecois Center-Left Nationalist 40 9.8% People’s Party of Canada Center-Left Nationalist 57 14.2% Indigenous People’s of Canada Center Globalist 12 2.8% TOTAL 405 100%
Jonathan Gill, CF, 57 years old. Mr. Gill is a Member of Parliament in the Canada First party who is running on a broad platform of major economic investments in the arctic, increased military expenditure, and infrastructure and scientific investment. He supports small government reforms of term limits for Members of Parliament, in this case, two terms of four years each. Mr. Gill also supports removing Canada from the Commonwealth, a position with broad support across the Canadian public due to weariness of wars and foreign control. Mr. Gill is considered a front-runner in the race, with polls placing him first. submitted by Fulminata_Aduitrix to worldpowers [link] [comments]
Bill Young, CNP, 43 years old. Mr. Young is a Member of Parliament in the Canadian Nationalist Party who is running on a right-wing platform of major economic investment and military exploitation of the arctic, major increases in military expenditure, R&D, and modernization, educational curriculum reform, STEM reform, removal from the Commonwealth, term limits on MP’s and Senators, 3 terms of 2 years, and 2 terms of 6 years, respectively. Mr. Young also supports increased investment in space control and exploitation, as well as tax reforms. Mr. Young is considered to be a close second in the race.
Nathan “Nate” Nadeau, CDP, 45 years old. Mr. Nadeau is a Member of Parliament in the Canadian Democratic Party who is running on a platform of voting reforms, government budget reforms, judicial reforms, STEM, healthcare, and educational investment, military downsizing and modernization. He supports a plan to completely overhaul Canadian infrastructure through public works, increased taxation, and free trade. Mr. Nadeau strongly supports Canada remaining in the Commonwealth. He enjoys strong urban support and broad center-left support.
Alyssa Pelletier, BQ, 51 years old. Ms. Pelletier is a former Member of Parliament who has been a strong voice in the Quebecois Nationalist movement. She is running on a platform of greater regional autonomy from the Federal government, reduced national taxation, regional economic investments, government grants to provinces for province/regional level infrastructure development, term limits for members of government, though without specifying a specific term number and length. Ms. Pelletier has enjoyed surprisingly strong support for a Quebecois member and has managed to attract strong support from the Far-Left PPC and even the centrist IPC. She is considered a dark horse in this race, and has the potential to upset the applecart significantly.
2022.01.27 23:37 Practical_Shoulder61 Anton pls add ellen ripleys pulse rifle from aliens. (Check comments)
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2022.01.27 23:37 ffjhdeefyhjjj Am I a rapist? Did I lie about being single?
Am I a rapist? Did I lie about being single?
A few months ago I met a guy “Mike”, we had sex once, but then decided not to have sex anymore, because we started becoming closer, and I wasn’t interested in a romantic relationship. We still saw each other and hang out as friends until a week ago (I’ll explain), but the most physical we got with each other was cuddling.
I met another guy, “Rob”, who said he’d be interested in an FWB relationship, and I said okay. He said his only standard was that I was single, and by the time I’d met Rob, Mike and I hadn’t had sex for 2 months, and hadn’t even kissed for 1 month, we were just cuddling and I didn’t feel an emotional attraction to him at the time, so there wasn’t even a doubt in my mind that I was single. The first time we met, Rob and I didn’t have sex, and although I didn’t particularly want to, I went back to him and had sex with him because he wanted me to (he didn’t force or pressure me, I just have trouble saying no to things). After having sex, we discussed our sexual histories, and I mentioned in passing having another FWB.
He said “you have another FWB?”, and I suddenly remembered what he’d said about wanting me to be single. I explained to him that this FWB and I hadn’t actually had sex in two months, and I said that all we did was cuddle and make out occasionally. (We didn’t actually kiss at that time, but I was hoping that by saying that Rob wouldn’t want to see me anymore). I apologized and asked Rob if he felt lied to, and he said “no, it sounds like you’re single to me. I assumed I wasn’t the only guy you were seeing anyway”. He said he still wanted to keep seeing me.
Last week, I saw Mike again for the first time since meeting Rob, and Mike and I made out. After that, I didn’t really think it would be ethical for me to see Rob anymore because I was getting the hint that Rob wanted more than FWB anyway, so I texted him and told him I didn’t want to see him anymore. He was disappointed, but understanding.
Did I lie about being single? In my mind I really was and I wasn’t trying to be deceptive, especially since I thought I was only going to see Rob one time. On the other hand, it doesn’t matter whether I intended to be deceitful or not if Rob really did feel deceived and just didn’t tell me. What do I do? Did I do something wrong?
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2022.01.27 23:37 emmytheduck New “medicine” and panic
Hi all! 37 year old female with panic disorder since I was 18.
Things are generally okay and I do well with my current meds, coping skills, therapy, exposure, meditation, etc.
One of my worst triggers for panic is any kind of new pill or food. SO, turns out I am extremely iron deficient. My doctor has asked me to start iron pills.
I took my first one today and of course I had a mild attack thinking it would “make me feel weird.”
I’m doing my best to keep my mind focused on “this is going to help you. You need this. You won’t be as tired. You’ll be able to focus better” and etc.
Anyone else struggle with what some would call silly stuff like this? Introducing new stuff into my body just sends me on a whirlwind.
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2022.01.27 23:37 QuantumCello Beginner portable telescope
This upcoming summer I’m going to be heading to somewhere with much less light pollution than where I live for an extended period of time, and thought that this would be a good time to buy my first telescope to use while I’m there. Only problem is I have a very limited space to bring it, so unfortunately no 8” dobs. Budget is around 200$ (can go slightly higher) What kind of telescopes would people recommend for this case? I was leaning to towards something like an 80mm f5 refractor, as I’m not sure I will be able to take any tabletop dobs. I have no idea whether that’s a good idea though. TLDR: any recommendations for a portable telescope for around 200$?
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2022.01.27 23:37 starlinamidnight blurred vision
2022.01.27 23:37 cynycal Ukraine crisis: Nord Stream 2 pipeline could be axed, US warns
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2022.01.27 23:37 yktvgltt Patterson still YG right ? And how they beef with 18 park even start shit wock cause it’s still apart of Patterson houses
2022.01.27 23:37 ikissfutbol New Quest 2 User - Longer Charging Cable
Hello! I'm new to the Quest 2 and just wanted to get some recommendations on a longer charging cable, preferably over 15ft or so, that way I can keep on playing when the battery level gets low. Hopefully, one that you currently use and haven't had any problems with.
Thanks in advance!
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2022.01.27 23:37 Impatientlywaiting98 Name Change
Are you able to change your last name or drop one of the names during a green card interview if approved or this is only possible during citizenship?
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2022.01.27 23:37 berzio 6 urgent LGBT+ issues Joe Biden and Kamala Harris must address in their second year
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2022.01.27 23:37 Significant-Ant-2394 Going under the knife
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2022.01.27 23:37 owen__wilsons__nose [serious] What do you think should happen, if anything, in the scenario where Putin launches a full scale attack on Ukraine?