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2022.01.21 02:31 shokatjaved Awesome Cool Words That Start with Y

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2022.01.21 02:31 Mclovin-12345 India vs Pakistan once again but why?

Are there any sports that pre-decide which team will face each other in its pinnacle completion itself (Worldcup)? In any other sports for the world cup, a random loterry is done to decide the fate of opponents which insure integrity and fair chance to all the teams. I know India vs Pakistan generate revenue for ICC and host nations but shouldn't ICC promotes all the matches properly so the world cup itself generate revenue instead of relying on one match.
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2022.01.21 02:31 Klutzkupf Wondering what a Winchester 9417 legacy is worth

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2022.01.21 02:31 ManicPixieP1ssK1nk i make a post about my cool asf four sided long sleeve death metal tee and y'all think i'm high or tripping smh

i'm straight edge now mfer i stay x'd up in this bitch you hear me! i'm gonna smack the drink outta your hand then smack your ass silly ❌❌❌
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2022.01.21 02:31 ProLogistion I don't think the Simpsons are prophetic at this point. Too many predictions that come true. Some lazy ass aide or staff members recall a Simpsons joke and recommend it to their boss.

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2022.01.21 02:31 mintchocolatedream Free handed these adorable brown cow French tips! I’m obsessed 🐄

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2022.01.21 02:31 sahil_pagi_yt another eden Mariel's Quest The reason behind the crying

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2022.01.21 02:31 trikyou What is your sin?

I would be envy! Levi is the most relatable to me, he acts the way I do when envious of something, either getting mad or putting myself down lol. How about you??
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2022.01.21 02:31 Exotic_Connection_60 I’m in ResLife and I’m obsessed

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2022.01.21 02:31 Accomplished-Cook971 Attempting to build a roman temple

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2022.01.21 02:31 Leopikuel Lifeline rework idea

It is kinda annoying (atleast for me) that she can spam her drone revive anytime. My idea would be this: She could revive only one person at a time with her drone, after that, she gets a few secs of cooldown. To balance this nerf , I would buff her regular revive so that if she revives normally, it would be a little faster, and it would give the downed person like 25 shield and 25 HP. What are your thoughts?
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2022.01.21 02:31 ShowingEpidermis Apparently my hip partially dislocating almost daily is not normal. Oops

Almost all my joints are hypermobile, I've known this for years. But around the time I started middle school (10 years old) I started having an issue with my hips. It could happen just walking around, but particularly when I went to sit criss cross applesauce on the floor (everyday for gym class) I would feel a pop in one or both of my hips and it would hurt and feel wrong until I turned my leg to feel it pop back again. When I told my pediatrician that it hurt when I did x, his response was "so don't do x." 8 years later (freshman year of college) I was taking a dance class and it started happening multiple times a day so I finally went to an orthopedist who took an x-ray only to find that not only are my hips hypermobile in general, but that my joints don't sit all the way in the sockets so my hips were literally partially dislocating every time that happened and I'd just been brushing it off for 8 years.
I've been finding more and more though that things I thought was just poor form on my part was really due to my joints naturally hyperextending. Apparently the reason I always scraped my arm in archery at camp in second grade is that me "holding my arm out straight" was really with my elbow bent backwards, in the way of the bow. 😅
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2022.01.21 02:31 AshamedConsequence This might seem like a dumb question, but would my raspi 3b+ be fine printing inside an enclosure at around 60 C?

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2022.01.21 02:31 SodaDaydreams A bug’s life

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2022.01.21 02:31 BluebirdExtension760 Ran it under water to make the details pop! Found on Rondeau beach, Ontario.

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2022.01.21 02:31 yungdg Hammock:$195. Bed/Frame: $200. Cat: $95. Room $675/mo. by CU boulder. Solid deal.

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2022.01.21 02:31 angelic_y0uth new tat planned

this saturday I’m due to go in for a bad ass beetle juice sandworm little wrap around arm tat. it’s going to be sick i’m excited
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2022.01.21 02:31 Greedy-Jackfruit3652 My review of the coding bootcamp I recently graduated from.

I recently graduated from the Turing School of Software and Design backend program. I'm going to be as detailed as possible without making this too long.
Quick notes:
-Tuition $20, 000
-Macbook pro sent to you. You must pay $1,200 for it and you must use it
- Roughly 16:1 student/ teacher ratio
- 7 months full time with ability to repeat 2 modules
- Based in Denver but fully remote learning
- They are a nonprofit ACCET accredited school

After being accepted you are asked to pick between frontend or backend, and I chose backend. I like this because other bootcamps sometimes claim to make you a fullstack developer in 3 months, which is ridiculous and unrealistic. So the program focuses on one framework, over a longer period, and go way more in depth that I expected. The program is broken into 5 modules with a one week break in between:
Mod 0. Here you setup your Macbook pro and learn how to use the Terminal and get the basics of Git and Github down. Nothing much happens here really, just the very basics like covering what booleans and integers are and setting your computer up etc...
Mod 1. This is where the grind begins. Here the primary focus is learning about Object Oriented Programming in the Ruby language. You do a solo project, a paired project, group project, and another solo project in that order (Mods 1 through 3 are the same way). Test Driven Development is a huge focus here as well. I found this mod difficult as hell but felt prepared for Mod 2.
Mod 2. Now that you know Ruby you learn the Ruby on Rails MVC Framework and database design. This mod is pretty much making CRUD apps varying in difficulty and going into some html. No CSS required, just learning how to create and interact with databases, and concepts like RESTful routing on top of everything. Was still difficult but my favorite by far.
Mod 3. Building on the foundation from Mod 2, APIs and user authentication are the focus. Here you learn both to consume and build APIs. User authentication is taught so you can actually build full web apps with everything you learned thus far. This was about as difficult as Mod 1 for me. Many people also started applying at this point.
Mod 4. Pretty uneventful as at this point you learned all the technical curriculum. Here is just preparing you for the job search, and going into other languages/ frameworks on your own. They do practice interviews and whatnot to prepare you. Then you graduate.
There are some things to know. Turing is extremely left leaning, and my biggest complaint about it was the agenda they seem to push. It don't lean on either side politically, but I found it inappropriate and out of place. One example was an instructor trashing Trump in the middle of a lesson, and have been rudely corrected for using the wrong pronouns on a non binary classmate accidentally. To be fair they didn't do any of that later in the program. There is also A LOT of self learning, so don't expect them to teach you literally everything, you will need to to learn how to learn. The program took up almost all of my time between class, projects, and self study happening at once, 70-80 hours a week.
-Was it worth it? Yes.
-Am I ready to enter this industry? Yes.
-Is it hard? Very.
-Do I have a job yet? No, but I have done multiple interviews and am doing my final technical interview at a promising company soon. Many of my cohort mates have found jobs already, averaging around $70, 000 from the ones I spoke to.
Overall a good experience and would recommend it 8/10
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2022.01.21 02:31 Apprehensive-Key-945 Sadly I had to uninstall because of a update now I have to install again

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2022.01.21 02:31 chalkpeople Something to Laze Around the House In 🦇

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2022.01.21 02:31 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Op-Ed] - We need to develop a community-based elder care system | Toronto Star

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2022.01.21 02:31 AndroidOnMute Study Loaf

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2022.01.21 02:31 UnknownUser76890 What’s the worst thing someone could do to their friends?

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2022.01.21 02:31 talkingaboutghosts Of all the major Hall of Fame snubs, who in your opinion is the biggest goalie snub and why do you think they're not in?

After listening to a podcast on goalies and hearing about the high standard that seems to exist for goalies entering the Hall of Fame and decided to check the list to see who, in addition Curtis Joseph, has been snubbed and the list is kind of insane: Mike Richter, Tom Barrasso, Mike Vernon, Andy Moog, Chris Osgood, John Vanbiesbrouck, Tim Thomas, and Nikolai Khabibulin are all guys I think one could make a strong Hall of Fame case for. Barrasso, Vernon, and Osgood especially stand out due to the number of accolades and championships between the trio. I feel like there's a sense "he was OK and not great" for a lot of these guys, especially with Osgood who I often hear get this described as such, which ok but it kind of ignores the exceptional career all of these guys had.
I'm kind of curious who in your opinion is the biggest of the major goalie snubs and why do you think they're not in.
Also curious if you think the omission of guys like the above has set a standard someone Roberto Luongo, Henrik Lundqvist, Pekka Rinne, or the still active Carey Price might also fall into or a backlog that could slow some inductions
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2022.01.21 02:31 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Op-Ed] - I, for one, think Stronach’s ideas will make for interesting reading | Toronto Star

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