Best mako stance

2021.12.04 13:11 feotusdeletus Best mako stance

It’s a way harder question than I thought when I first picked her up, I usually run dex for the slight dlight true but idk what everyone else’s opinions are on whether it’s worth it
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2021.12.04 13:11 kostis14 Can’t stop thinking about my ex even tho she did me wrong and I broke up with her

Can’t stop thinking about my ex gf even tho she did me wrong
We broke up almost 5 months ago. She broke my trust and I ended it. Afterwards she started hanging out w other guys and didn’t wanna get back together, but still was entertaining me.
I decided to go NC for 3 months until I texted her “I miss u”. She told me she never forgot about me and she can’t move on she still loves me etc. She told me to go for a walk and I agreed. We went we hooked up said the same stuff and then left. She texted me and we were talking like old time, said that we should talk tommorow aswell and went to sleep.
Afterwards things went downhill again, she was dry af the next day and upcoming days, I met her outside sometimes and just hugged and left, up until I asked her to get back together or something similar. She said she accepted the fact that we can’t be together and she doesn’t want to pursue something like that, and that I should forget about it altogether. I acted like I didn’t care that much and we stopped talking. Thing is, I can’t stop thinking about her and now thst I know she is w other guys it drives me insane. I’m falling back to my old roots and I want to text her.
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2021.12.04 13:11 Inside_Ad_7744 New guy here

How do servers work?
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2021.12.04 13:11 Mijo_0 Thoughts?

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2021.12.04 13:11 Pie-Puzzled decided to make this meme after today's rank session

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2021.12.04 13:11 bu-i5 John Xina

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2021.12.04 13:11 Ego_Sum_Lux_Mundi ooooph

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2021.12.04 13:11 FrogginBullfish_ Me_irlgbt

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2021.12.04 13:11 Longjumping_Ad_3039 My new Montage, what do you think guys?

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2021.12.04 13:11 LongWillyMan420 Droll & Lock Bird / "then"-effect rulings.

The official rulings on Droll & Lock Bird say that under Droll, you can activate for example Minerva, the Exalted Lightsworn's following effect (without drawing the cards you normally would):

You can detach 1 material from this card; send the top 3 cards of your Deck to the GY, then draw cards equal to the number of "Lightsworn" cards sent to the GY by this effect.
but, it also says, under Droll you can't activate the trap card Stellarnova Alpha with the following effect:
When a Spell/Trap Card, or monster effect, is activated: Send 1 face-up "tellarknight" monster you control to the Graveyard; negate the activation, and if you do, destroy that card, then draw 1 card.
Both cards say "do X, then do Y" where Y includes drawing cards. The only difference I can think of is that the first card doesn't always include drawing a card, while the second one does, so is this the thing that prevents the second card from being activated under Droll?
If this is true, this brings me to my second question, which is: When exactly are you allowed to activate a "do A, then do B" effect, while it is not possible to do B? For example, is it possible to activate Nadir Servant if you have no Dogmatika or Fallen of Albaz monsters in your deck and graveyard
Send 1 monster from your Extra Deck to the GY, then add 1 "Dogmatika" monster or "Fallen of Albaz" from your Deck or GY to your hand, that has ATK less than or equal to that sent monster in the GY, also, for the rest of this turn after this card resolves, you cannot Special Summon monsters from the Extra Deck. You can only activate 1 "Nadir Servant" per turn.
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2021.12.04 13:11 dgpalmer2001 Just bought another 100M. Have been waiting for this opportunity for awhile

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2021.12.04 13:11 Poetryisalive Anyone know of a walk-in location for vaccine boosters?

I know one place that has Moderna, but according to cdc it’s only half a dose and I rather have a full one from Pfizer.
Any help would be appreciated
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2021.12.04 13:11 SynFisa High end "router" PC configuration

I'm looking to build a custom PC (ideally small form factor) as a router, using PFSense software. I want to support 3-4 10gbe rj45 ports, and high powered modern CPU to drive it + packet filtering. Cost isn't a big concern. I figured I'd use a small case, high end CPU, and some PCI expansions for the NICs. Any suggestions on what parts to use?
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2021.12.04 13:11 onlyupliftingcomment there's something special about it!

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2021.12.04 13:11 georgboetticher Skifahren in Schladming (Planai)

...kostet am Tag 52 Euro. Das ist mir plus Leichen irgendwie ein bisschen viel. Geht es irgendwo auch günstiger in der Stmk?
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2021.12.04 13:11 bloudraak Running OpenBSD 6.9 in KVM on KVM in Power9

I'm building a lab for testing software I'm working on. I already have the x86 side covered. I have a Power9 host (Talos II) running Ubuntu 20.04 with KVM installed. Using that platform, I've been able to virtualize OpenSUSE, Ubuntu. Debian and FreeBSD on the Power9 using KVM.
I downloaded the OpenBSD 7.0 and OpenBSD 6.9 PowerPC64 installation ISO and then renamed them accordingly. I can't get either to boot under KVM. Let's take OpenBSD 6.9 as an example. I've used the following command line:
virt-install \ --name=openbsd69-01 \ --virt-type=kvm \ --memory=2048,maxmemory=4096 \ --vcpus=2,maxvcpus=4 \ --cpu host \ --os-variant=openbsd6.9 \ --cdrom /valib/libvirt/boot/OpenBSD-6.9.iso \ --network network=br0,model=virtio \ --graphics none \ --disk size=40,bus=virtio,format=qcow2
I also tried
virt-install \ --name openbsd69-01 \ --memory 2048 \ --disk pool=default,size=32,format=qcow2 \ --vcpus=1 \ --network network=br0 \ --os-variant openbsd6.9 \ --graphics=none \ --cdrom /valib/libvirt/boot/OpenBSD-6.9.iso \ --debug \ --force
But it fails with the following:
``` Starting install... Allocating 'openbsd69-01-7.qcow2' | 40 GB 00:00:06 Connected to domain openbsd69-01 Escape character is ] Populating /vdevice methods Populating /vdevice/vty@30000000 Populating /vdevice/nvram@71000000 Populating /pci@800000020000000 00 0800 (D) : 1af4 1000 virtio [ net ] 00 1000 (D) : 1b36 000d serial bus [ usb-xhci ] 00 1800 (D) : 1af4 1004 virtio [ scsi ] Populating /pci@800000020000000/scsi@3 SCSI: Looking for devices 100000000000000 CD-ROM : "QEMU QEMU CD-ROM 2.5+" 00 2000 (D) : 1af4 1003 virtio [ serial ] 00 2800 (D) : 1af4 1001 virtio [ block ] 00 3000 (D) : 1af4 1002 legacy-device* No NVRAM common partition, re-initializing... Scanning USB XHCI: Initializing Using default console: /vdevice/vty@30000000
Welcome to Open Firmware
Copyright (c) 2004, 2017 IBM Corporation All rights reserved. This program and the accompanying materials are made available under the terms of the BSD License available at
Trying to load: from: /pci@800000020000000/scsi@3/disk@100000000000000 ... E3404: Not a bootable device! Trying to load: from: /pci@800000020000000/scsi@5 ... E3404: Not a bootable device!
E3407: Load failed
Type 'boot' and press return to continue booting the system. Type 'reset-all' and press return to reboot the system.
Ready! ```
Has anyone been able to get OpenBSD to install under KVM on Power9? My suspicion is that it may be related to endianness, in that OpenBSD is BE and Ubuntu 20.04 is LE.
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2021.12.04 13:11 TitanfallAddict07 Bin ich der einzige der die erste Klasse sitze in der DB super ungemütlich findet?

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2021.12.04 13:11 Luckynunber9 Mega steelix on now add quick 6 mins left

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2021.12.04 13:11 Front_Neighborhood64 Ryuk from death note

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2021.12.04 13:11 RedEagle_MGN The Metaverse has the power to become a dystopian nightmare

Preface: The Metaverse is a hypothetical version of the internet in which 3D avatars navigate a 3D space. Companies envision this world to be one where most people will live most of the most meaningful parts of their life in the future.
I studied it for 8 years and here is what I learned:
1. The Metaverse is not possible with mouse and keyboard As Metaverse enthusiasts, it's important to remember that we are likely the top 0.1% of computer users. Most people are confused by technology, overwhelmed by options and worried if they push the wrong button they will destroy something.
Chrome added a copy and paste feature to the menu because people couldn't discover how to copy and paste.
Since the Metaverse simulates the countless possibilities of physical life, the complexity of the user interface gets out of hand quickly.
I remember testing out Second Life and accidentally taking off my pants and being unable to put them back on for 20 minutes.
Clearly, mouse and keyboard would not be a sufficient way of interacting with the metaverse.

2. No significant social organization arises out of putting people in a virtual space 18 years ago, Second Life came out and the hype around the Metaverse future was just as real back then as it is today. You can visit the empty government buildings, brand showcases and cities to get a taste of the forgotten glory.
Time and time again people have been put together in a virtual space, and we still went back to physical life for real connections.
We have to ask ourselves, why did we leave virtual worlds and go back to physical life?

3. The nature of virtual spaces leads to shallow relationships The great benefits of any relationship are usually found in the most challenging operations of cooperation, marriage is a great example. Dating is exciting but sharing a life with someone is deeply sacrificial and yet, the benefits of marriage are enormous.
In digital worlds we scarcely invest as heavily in relationships as in physical life. When we can go anywhere, be with anyone it's easy to constantly look for greener grass.
This problem is accentuated by the ability to change your name/avatar at will. When people can burn others and simply change their identity to escape consequences, they do. Investing in a real reputation and a single identity is the first step to solving this issue.
4. The Metaverse will arise from a gaming world In digital worlds, we find ourselves mixed in with people from different cultures who have different values and interests. By contrast, in physical life we are naturally segmented with people who are more likely to share our values and ideas.
Gaming has the power to break ice between people and therefore has intrinsic utility to the Metaverse.
By using gamification we can organize and connect people of similar interests and values in a virtual space.
Not only that, gaming has the power to get people to relax. Human beings don’t develop meaningful friendships when forced into it. This is what social games and “virtual life” games often get wrong. Actual gameplay builds the context we need to relax and have a conversation to find people we are compatible with.

5. Reciprocating facial expressions are necessary for cooperative human behavior If you've ever lifted a baby and smiled at it, you know that facial expressions are deeply embedded in how we communicate. When we hurt someone's feelings, their facial expressions changes and, as we reciprocate their facial expressions, our body produces the same emotions as we make that individual feel. This acts as a natural tempering of our behaviour that we don't get when we communicate over the internet.

6. The network effect would eventually push everyone to a single virtual world A long time ago, there was a single company that dominated the telephone market. To call anybody who was the customer of the company you needed to have a phone that was with that same company, phones were not interoperable. Today, if you want to contact somebody on Facebook, you need Facebook to do so. This is how social networks defend their intellectual property.
Meta executive Jason Rubin:
“The first metaverse that gains real traction is likely to the be the last,” Rubin wrote. “We must act first, and go big, or we risk being one of those wannabes.” - CNBC
The network effect is a scary prospect because it means that there will likely be only one Metaverse to rule them all in the end.

7. Customization is the enemy of usability It's fascinating to bump into so many people who share the idea that no corporation should control the future of human interaction. However, it's laughable that we're using the same ill-advised ideas that allowed Facebook, Google and apps to dominate when it comes to this next chapter.
One of the reasons that Facebook overtook MySpace was that MySpace allowed people to customize their profile infinitely. This led to a myriad of different user interfaces, confusing navigation and a poor user experience.
Just imagine a myriad of virtual worlds all with their own user interface, controls and standards. The experience of travelling from world to world would be like being born all over again and having to learn how to read and write.
Therefore, the virtual world must have a single user experience to reach mass adoption.

8. The Metaverse has the power to become a dystopian nightmare As the network effect brings everyone to a single Metaverse, the potential for the abuse of power will be astronomical. The Metaverse will understand where you are, who you are with and even what you look at.
AI will be able to process that data to better understand you than you yourself and data is the first step toward oppression.
Utilizing all this data, powerful individuals will have the ability to suppress dissent, identify people of contrarian opinion etc.
Moreover, if we begin to fool ourselves that we can agree on morals and values, those who disagree with the mainstream will live in constant fear of losing their friends, job and opportunities if they are banned from the Metaverse.
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2021.12.04 13:11 ItachiUchiha1234567 Lmaoooooo

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2021.12.04 13:11 SpectralGalaxy For Jeannie!

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2021.12.04 13:11 wettyvetter The boys getting into the holiday spirit

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2021.12.04 13:11 rojm 3 months with jpouch

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2021.12.04 13:11 Wqjeeh Some Scottish representation, teacher lowkey wanted to watch

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