2021.10.17 02:18 TheNerdMom Kitlife Daily
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2021.10.17 02:18 OzBargainBot Gigabyte Z590I Vision D LGA 1200 ITX Motherboard $199 Delivered @ Shopping Express
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2021.10.17 02:18 yeetusdacanible What happens
When UK goes through Benelux Intervention focuses, and goes secure the netherlands with the netherlands in the allies? Do the allies disband or something?
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2021.10.17 02:18 i0nzeu5 Halloween Kills….itself
I’m not sure how but this movie is possibly the worst entry in the series. I can’t even begin to list all the problems.
The written story has SO MUCH POTENTIAL but it is all ruined
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2021.10.17 02:18 floopykid my boy bob animated :,)
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2021.10.17 02:18 Cultural_Mode_4295 What are your predictions for Halloween Ends?
2021.10.17 02:18 mothmouths The White Stripes at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, GA (09-20-2001, photography by Holly M via Flickr)
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2021.10.17 02:18 OzBargainBot First Choice Liquor: 15% Upsized Cashback @ ShopBack + 2000 flybuys bonus points ($100 min)
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2021.10.17 02:18 Kagetora Wireless "PSP" version 2021
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2021.10.17 02:18 Scroll62 Corazon is the best One Piece character
| I've just reread Laws past and Corazon is the best One Piece character, I don't care what anybody says. I can't believe Oda didn't give us more time with him 😥|
Corazon deserves more appreciation from the fandom
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2021.10.17 02:18 lisarth1 Free OF content
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2021.10.17 02:18 burshnookie Burnt coin value?
first-time poster, but I just have a quick question that is perhaps a bit bizarre. I have just inherited a portion of a coin collection, the majority of it was recovered from a complete house fire and the coins were the only thing that survived ish. That being said, any idea if there are mint coins still houses in their plastic coverings but are melted, is there ANY value to a coin like that? would the melted plastic covering destroy any value? I reckon all my value will be in just the metal and to melt down what's left, but I wanted to check before doing so.
Any tips or thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks kindly in advance.
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2021.10.17 02:18 off-da-charts- It’s getting to where false attractions don’t bother me or give me bad feelings what does this mean. Does it mean that I’m gay or does it mean I’m recovering. Lately I’ve been hit with some bad tocd so that’s probably why hocd doesn’t bother me rn because it’s not on my mind.
2021.10.17 02:18 endofilez Can the timberline 1300 achieve results similar to an offset?
2021.10.17 02:18 RukaChwan It’s here!!! It’s smug aura mocks me…
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2021.10.17 02:18 MostTryHardest7 How much of a pain are motor mounts on a Subaru H6
Hi folks. Anyone done motor mounts on a Subaru H6 (2006 outback 3.0)? I've been researching and even looked through the factory service manual and couldn't find specific directions.
It appears that you need to remove the exhaust headers? And then there's a handful of bolts that are PITA to reach, and then it seems tricky to get the mounts aligned?
I have a lot of hand tools and have done quite a few jobs, timing belt, valve cover gaskets, brake etc.. Thinking of helping someone save some money on this job, but is it a giant PITA? Most people on forums say it is.
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2021.10.17 02:18 OzBargainBot $5 off $15+ on Pick-up Orders Only @ Menulog
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2021.10.17 02:18 MelIoow [Online][Campaign][$10][7PM UTC+1 Saturday][5thEd][LFP][Homebrew] One Player Needed for Taleweaver Empires
Since the turn of the 53rd century, the orc state of Qhan has taken big economic leaps. The monopoly that was once held by the dwarves’ Trade Guild is being reduced by the orcs’ mercantile initiatives. Their machinery, engine, and spare parts business, and the new Bank of Qhan are all threatening the millions of gold passing through the dwarven vaults. Now, the dwarves have had enough. They have hired no-gooders, pirates, and bandits of all sorts to frustrate the orcs and plunder their trade routes. The orcs have not only tried to defend themselves but they have chosen to retaliate. The two states, lacking evidence to pin the blame on each other, have gone into a cold war for the trade routes.Introduction The Taleweaver Chronicles is a fantasy project me and my community of players have built for almost two years. It is an open-world epic high-fantasy setting inspired by Malazan, Faerun, and Baldur’s Gate. This game is one where your actions actually define and shape the world and you can become major factors in its future. The adventures follow a sequential timeline where each party’s actions may affect another party in their own game, as each of the adventurers travel in roughly the same times.
Meanwhile, seeing the opportunity in Qhan, you and your friends opened an engine and spare parts business with all of your savings. However, as the cold war escalated, your profits and savings have dried up, your company is now in the red. The business could be successful if only you can make a single trade without it getting robbed or plundered. The cost of security is too high, you can no longer afford it. Coming out of retirement, you don your adventuring cloak and decide to protect your next cargo with your own life. Everything you have built lies on this company being successful. Combat? Diplomacy? Negotiations? How do you solve your problems?
2021.10.17 02:18 fearmybeard Cut the whole branch off but this still grew right out of the stem
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2021.10.17 02:18 the_rock_docta The Tale of the Old Farmhouse
I have a multitude of scary stories to tell from my childhood, but this is the event I remember best. This story takes place in August of 2001 in a town an hour away from New York City. I had just turned 12, and was playing with some neighborhood kids on a Saturday afternoon. We decided to play tag that afternoon, and when we were finished, my friend Tommy suggested we play manhunt that night. A few of the older neighborhood kids overheard us and told us they’d be there too. I didn’t tell my parents that I’d be going to play manhunt at night with the neighborhood kids because I knew they’d say no, so I decided then and there to sneak out. It made me nervous knowing I would have to sneak out of the house and avoid my grandfather setting the alarm, but I wouldn’t have missed my first game of manhunt for the world. I felt as though it was a rite of passage into my preteen years, so I reassured myself that I wouldn’t be locked out and planned my escape. I waited until 7:30 when dinner had been eaten and cleaned up, and I snuck out of my room, down the stairs, past my grandmother asleep in her chair, and then out the front door, being careful to turn the knob as silently as possible. I then booked it up the street to where we were going to play manhunt.
The older kids were behind some pine trees which separated the townhouses from another plot of land. This property was further up our street, and on it sat a small barn and a small farmhouse. We all gathered in front of the farmhouse and milled about for a few minutes. I took note that there wasn’t a driveway leading to the house from anywhere, so this house must have been pretty old. I also noticed that the outside of the house looked rather old-fashioned. For a town with so much money, this house stuck out. I wondered why I’d never seen this place before, despite all the playing outside that the kids in the neighborhood used to do. Finally, the three older kids called everyone up to the front of the house and got us to quiet down. One of the kids started explaining that the house we were standing in front of is haunted. No sooner had he said that did the rest of us start yelling, jeering, and protesting. Once the older kids silenced the group, an older kid named Mike started to explain the story of why the house was haunted. The story went something like this:
In the 1950s, there was a family who lived on this farm. The family had a mother, a father, and two sons; one younger and one older. The father and sons worked in the city, and the mother stayed home and took care of the house and the farm animals. The family had chickens, dogs, cats, and a white show horse named Spirit. The horse was given to the wife as a wedding gift, and she took care of it very well. The wife loved that horse like it was a member of the family. The horse was also given the freedom to walk about the area during the day, and when the family would call to it at dusk, it would come trotting home. One day when the father and sons were driving home from the city after work, their car lost control in a bad storm and fell off of a bridge. The father and sons were killed in the crash. The wife stayed up all night waiting for her family to come home, but they never did. The next morning, the police came to the door and told the wife what happened, and she was very upset. After the funerals, she stopped going shopping and showing her face in public. Once three months had passed, the police went to check on her. The police rang the bell and knocked loudly to get the wife’s attention, but no one answered the door. The police eventually broke the door down to get into the house. When they got in, they smelled something horrible. The smell was so bad that one of the cops vomited. The cops soon realized that the smell was coming from the living room. Once they entered the room, they discovered the wife’s body, which was rotting into the couch. She had died some time ago, most likely from a broken heart. The police were getting ready to call for backup and an ambulance when they saw something on the wall that made them run screaming from the house; Spirit, the prized show horse, had been beheaded. His head and neck were hung on the wall like someone would mount a deer head, only the head wasn’t taxidermied. There were still bones and muscles and organs in the horse’s head when it was put onto the wall. There was a large oval bloodstain behind the horse’s head, and blood running down the wall which left a pool on the floor. As the police called for backup, they realized that the family’s chickens were all gone because the gate had been left open. Wild animals must have gotten to the chickens, and the dogs and cats were nowhere in sight. After the body of the wife was buried, an investigation was opened. After only a few weeks, the police investigation concluded that the wife went crazy with grief after the news, and must have killed the horse in a fit of mental anguish, then died of starvation herself. The police had found the wife’s body in late October, and sometimes around Halloween, the ghost of the horse can be seen running around the woods, making no noise as it gallops over fallen leaves and rocks...
By the time the story was over, twilight had just settled in over our heads. All of us younger kids were either completely grossed out or fascinated and talking excitedly; I was the former. Once we all settled, the older kids took out a flashlight and asked us who wanted to go into the farmhouse. We all backed up and protested, but they were insistent. Mike pointed at my friend Tommy and then me, and said that we should go into the farmhouse. Tommy was brave and spoke first, saying he would do it while taking the flashlight and shoving the older kids out of the way. I didn’t say a word to the older kids, but I perked up and told Tommy to wait for me as I followed him closer to the house. We slowly walked up to the farmhouse side by side, Tommy holding the flashlight. I walked up the small staircase first, and pulled open the door for Tommy. As soon as we swung the door open, a foul stench wafted into our respective nostrils. The smell wasn't as strong as fresh roadkill, but it had mixed with the stale air of the sealed house, and clung to the antiquated remaining upholstery. Tommy grabbed his nose as I stood there coughing. We pulled the collars of our shirts up over our noses and pressed on. All of the neighborhood kids were talking in excited whispers as we walked in, but as soon as we disappeared from view, they all fell deathly silent. I was half-expecting one of the older neighborhood kids to jump out and scare us at any point, so I was breathing deeply into my shirt, preparing for what I thought was the inevitable jumpscare. Tommy and I turned right in the house, which opened up to the living room. On the far wall of the living room, the flashlight illuminated an old, sunken-in, sand-colored couch that was stained with what I can only describe as thick, black dried gunk. The smell hit us again once we realized where it was coming from. This must have been the couch that the wife had died on. We both gagged and had to hold back the overwhelming urge to vomit. Tommy said we should leave now, and I agreed. As we turned to leave the house, his flashlight illuminated a wall on the left side of the living room which we hadn’t seen as we entered. On the wall was a large oval-shaped bloodstain, with dried blood running down the wall, and a pool of dried blood on the floor in front of the wall. Tommy and I looked at each other in the dim light, screamed bloody murder, and bolted from the house. I was so averse to staying a minute longer that I took off like a shot down the hill, and sprinted all the way home. Once I got to the front porch of my house, I took a minute to catch my breath. I peered into a narrow window next to the door to see whether the house alarm had been set yet. It was still not set, so I ever-so-gently pulled the storm door open, followed by the front door, and let myself in. I slunk upstairs to my room and stayed there for the rest of the night.
Only a small handful of people have heard this story throughout the years, and the main reason I’ve not told it is because the older kids in the neighborhood might very well have been playing a prank on us. They were in early high school, and could have easily set up this abandoned house to show exactly what a potentially made-up story mentioned. There is an epilogue to this story, though. My younger sister Gina and I were taking a short walk on a brisk day in October a few months later. We had gone down to the end of our road which ended in a cul-de-sac. There was a gate at one end of the cul-de-sac which was open in the summer to allow cars access to a swimming pool. Gina and I walked around the gate and kept going toward the pool. There were thick woods on the left side of the road which went back quite some way. As Gina and I got closer to the pool, she tapped my left shoulder with the back of her hand and asked if I saw what she saw. I turned left to face the woods, and saw a white figure quickly moving through the woods. I said I didn’t know, but that it looked like it was on four legs. When she suggested that it looked like a horse, my jaw dropped open. I hadn’t told her about the night at the farmhouse prior to this, for fear that she’d tell my parents I had snuck out. There was no way she could have known that I’d have such a reaction. We both stared at it silently as the ghost of Spirit galloped through the woods at breakneck pace, without so much as a hoofbeat. I turned back to her, eyes wide, and suggested we go home now. We made it home, and I finally told her the story that I had heard months before.
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2021.10.17 02:18 ResponsibilityIll681 Can you monetize your Peertube videos?
2021.10.17 02:18 burnguy123 Who finds the show kind of ridiculous at this point
I just finished watching the season. I thought it was great but my criticism was how ridiculous some of the scenes and plot were of the show. The first season was so great because of how realistic it could actually be. Joe COULD have gotten away with everything and the show really played into Joe's creepy side. Same thing with Season 2. This season though is over the top and crazy, Joe flip flops between several people and they commit so many crimes it's kind of insane. I think the show has run it's course and they shouldn't do another season. What do you guys think?
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2021.10.17 02:18 SecondSoulless Bots are better than real players. Real players are way too unaware and way too scared to move forward.
I don't know what it is about this game that makes players so immersed, but it ruins matchmade runs. Matchmade players have this bizarre tendency to linger in areas where there is no objective to be done, or just refusing to move on for some reason or another. I CANNOT finish the 'abandoned' mission on veteran because I'm stranded with 3 people who don't understand the ridden keep coming if you don't climb the hill. Most veteran matches turn into a slow bleed out as they all take more and more trauma damage in their COD zombies style holdout. I can't stack breakout/stun guns hard enough to solo these levels, and only when I'm lucky enough to be playing with bots can I move forward as they just stick to you. I like the Left 4 Dead style gameplay, but L4D avoided this problem entirely by stopping zombie spawns when the area was full cleared, instead of it just being horde after horde on veteran and nightmare. At least that way people weren't half as confused about what they should be doing/when it is time to move on.
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