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2021.12.08 09:27 Throwitaway8aa8 Royal Canadian Air Force - Canadair CT-114 “Snowbirds”

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2021.12.08 09:27 XMNOX I’m trying to watch something offline but it keeps doing this. What’s happening? What do I do?

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2021.12.08 09:27 TechWizTime ASRock is pretty late to the party with the Z690 Taichi - Overview

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2021.12.08 09:27 thesupermikey Talking Fanfare: The Simpsons Movie

My 5 year old keep restarting The Simpsons Movie so he can hear Ralph Wiggum sing the Fox Fanfare.
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2021.12.08 09:27 Sleep_nw_in_the_fire Question regarding staring a job in IT, degree required or is a certification enough?

I'd like to start a career in IT, unfortunately may not be able to start college anytime soon, would a 6 month certification course help me learn enough to start and get noticed by recruiters ?
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2021.12.08 09:27 packofflies Clearly Duo's just jealous!

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2021.12.08 09:27 Sourcre Covid19 Lock Down Was One Of The Best Things In My Life

Lock down was some of the most enjoyable days for me.
With lock down I had way more time for myself and after every day I had more time and energy to write code. From the start of lock down to the end of lock down I have experienced the most growth in my programming "career". In the first few weeks I could barley write code and towards the end I could contribute to open source code and actually do something with my code.
I also got better grades in school. School is easy to cheat and to be lazy in, but with lockdown it got hard to be lazy, so I actually did the work and enjoyed better grades, despite doing less work and using less energy overall. Also masturbating during school hours feels so good.
I am going to miss lock down and I will herald it as the best time in my life for a long time.
BTW I am in New South Wales, Australia and I am referring to the most recent 17 week lock down
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2021.12.08 09:27 Mundo_SMOrc As a casual player, Grimgor/Thorgrim campaign feel extremely hectic on a lot of fronts going into the mid-game and I'm not sure how to manage/field the armies to mitigate it

As the title would hint, I'm a really casual player. Sure I have over 700 hours in the game but in all honesty, I've not learned much. It's the only Total War game I've played so my overall experience isn't varied.
TLDR at the bottom.
I played a lot of Dwarfs back in Warhammer 1 as their campaign was pretty straight forward, especially considering that Greenskins were a bit of a joke strength wise. With the addition of Skaven in what seems to be in every corner I turn, I get a little overwhelmed in knowing what to do once I leave my capital and start branching off down south. I'm able to wipe out Grimgor really easily but then I'm suddenly dealing with both Queek and Snikch wailing on me on two fronts. Not to mention that with the AI cheats, they're fielding a mass amount of armies.
Grimgor is a little more bothersome since he is an "evil" faction which means just about everyone hates me. Most of my campaigns have revolved arounnd beating up the Dwarfs East of me then killing of Snikch. During this though I'm usually praying Thorgrim hasn't decided to declare on me and then I'm constantly bribing Malus and Queek so I can deal with Thorgrim before he gets too strong.
To TLDR it best I can:
I'm pretty bad with macro on the campaign map. I never know how aggressive I should expand. Sacking is nice and all but it won't help get rid of the factions when they're constantly fielding. Never know what sort of tier of units I should have at which stage of the game. I.e. How long can Longbeards stay viable for? Finally, I never know what buildings to focus on when building up my military stuff for each respective faction mentioned.
Sorry for the blabble, I don't struggle with the battles per-say but I often find myself quitting because I get bored with having to fight through endless hordes of stacks just to make small gains of territory. I've watched tutorials on YouTube but just can't seem to get anywhere with the information.
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2021.12.08 09:27 LetsOpenSomePacks GIVEAWAY compilation of trading cards on YouTube Videos posted 12/06/21 - 12/07/21!

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2021.12.08 09:27 r_Rage Cumbre Vieja Volcano, La Palma. All photos are my own

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2021.12.08 09:27 letsthrowawayit Anon posts an essay on "Homestuck's meme magic"

I'd like to make the case for Homestuck being the most important example of 'meme magic' in the last century or so; yes, this includes some of the obvious examples. In fact, I'd say that the most obvious example (relating to the US election of Donald Trump) actually operates within the framework, or at least model, created by Homestuck. Just to quickly list off some things Homestuck (specifically the original run from 2009 to 2016) is associated with as a starting point;

Postmodern themes, from the art design to the actual structure of the story
Modern 'fandom' culture and it's specific characteristics regarding the relationship between a creator, their work, and a fanbase
Aliens, time travel, esoteric metaphysics, and Gnosticism all are involved within the plot
Frog worship (it's worth mentioning)
A hard date for the collapse of the democracy of the United States of America, 2024
All these things are worth touching on, but it's best to assess all this in three chunks; the man who wrote the story himself and those who are associated with him, the story's themes relating to interpersonal relations, and the actual nature of the plot, and what it all means when appraised for it's actual value as what is probably the foundational text of the mainstream online culture of most individuals in the western world under the age of 18, who likely have never even read it and never will.
First off, let's talk about the writer, Andrew Hussie. Hussie graduated from Temple University, a modestly good public university in Philadelphia, with a degree in computer science (presumably a bachelors). He then spent most of his late 20's in various countries outside the United States, particularly in Southeast Asia, and it was in his early 30's decided to become a full time webcomic creator. In that time period, he dabbled as a artist in multimedia projects and a single book that is remarkably out of print (Whistles, Book One; The Starlight Calliope). For a man with a computer science degree to move around constantly in foreign countries during the tech boom in the mid 2000's with murky finances only to settle down in the United States isn't all that remarkable in the grand scheme of things, but is worth noting in the context of Homestuck. Hussie as a person is only worth noting here due to being the creator of the work in question; if more of his personal life and other details regarding the actual creation of Homestuck conceptually were known, there would be far more to say about him. While he is not personally eccentric, he is certainly well read only by inference of what he has produced, and his interests obviously verge into the occult and science fiction at times; why else write a story that, at the end, is fundamentally gnostic?
Hussie, by the end of the day, created various teams to assist him create Homestuck; one of the project's most interesting aspects in the early 2010's was that Hussie ultimately acted as the head writer at the helm of a large team of writer, artists, animators, and other roles. A full list of associates can be read here (https://mspaintadventures.fandom.com/wiki/Writing_team) , with Toby Fox, a individual who more or less owes his current influence from his start at Homestuck merely being the most notable. Quite nearly as important to the actual writing team, however, is the fandom that quickly sprung around the work itself by the end of Act 1, a list of events, websites, and noteworthy individuals summarized here (https://mspaintadventures.fandom.com/wiki/Fandom). The relationship between the fandom and the actual Homestuck project is one that's quite nearly inseparable, even considering the comic's initial updates relying on reader suggestions for actions. Besides Toby Fox, for example, there is Tom Parkinson-Morgan, the writer and artist of the webcomic Six Billion Demons, which has more or less been acclaimed as a work in the New Weird genre as groundbreaking as Perdido Street Station was a decade ago; this is to say nothing about the countless artists, musicians, and writers who were also involved in the fandom, good or bad.
Homestuck, as far as it's plot can be summarized, involves various groups of alienated young adults who primarily communicate through online text messaging, often despite the logical barriers of time and space. The exact 'science' behind the workings of the setting have occupied far too many people's time, but the framework can be summarized as the creation of a universe through the means of a sort of 'video game', with various non-human entities involved either as spectators and as active participants. A simple search for 'Homestuck Gnosticism' in any search engine will provide a ample amount of reading regarding this; for the purpose of this thread, however, it's not needed to go into the absolute hard details except in it's relationship to it's effect on culture. That said, the story of Homestuck is a Gnostic story, which includes gay aliens having sex with human teenagers in a video game; if one wishes to consider the world as like a video game that ends with the destruction of the universe with the hopeful creation of a new one designed by the 'winners', one is free to do so, if one wishes to come off as a schizophrenic.
Homestuck's influence in internet culture, from humor to popular media to how people choose to communicate with each other, have been broken down elsewhere; it's worth instead looking at something fundamental to Homestuck that separates it and it's related fandoms in it's own unique strand away from other then-popular fandoms, such as the Pokemon and Anime fandoms; the ever present usage of sigils. Homestuck is a story of sigils; Sigils indicating one's inner potential, Sigils of one's sexual preferences, Sigils of one's own blood, Sigils of the very sun and moon; Homestuck's major characters all have various 'modifiers' to them through various arbitrary factors relating to their existence which have cosmic consequences. For brevity, I'd suggest using Google Trend (https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=all&geo=US&q=%2Fm%2F0hpqgx2,Astrology,Zodiac) as a helpful method to go through some of the now-murky past related to the fandom. In terms of the modular nature of Homestuck's characters, meanwhile, the appeal of creating 'OCs' has often been defined as a hallmark of the Homestuck fandom and it's descendent fandoms, from Steven Universe to other more obscure tangental fandom relationships that exist only on the level of the fans themselves, often by the writers and artists formally associated with the work.
Sigils, meanwhile, also are a major factor relating to sexuality and attraction in Homestuck; the joke has often been made that the setting's 'quadrant' system of attraction is less confusing that modern LGBT terminology, it is actually the truth. Homestuck as a work of LGBT fiction has been analyzed to death, but it holds absolute merit; it was possibly the most popular work of fiction with gay and bisexual leads in the early 2010's at least and it's association with the early culture of Tumblr has always been a chicken-or-the-egg situation. Homestuck, as a notable complementary fact, features multiple alien races, all of which were given assessments of the 'systems' of their romantic inclinations, to say nothing of the less abstract relations between the various human characters. Trolls resembling female and exclusively being in relationships with other females and vice versa; trolls exalting in forms of what can best be described as 'sexual hate' in a way that is fundamentally alien to humans, trolls getting off on getting killed; this is merely a subsection of the characters in the story, but they are more or less depicted as being teenagers no different than the humans in the story, and indeed some form relationships with them. In this way, separating the nature of Sigils from Homestuck from the 'abstraction' of youth sexuality and the development of the associated terminology really can't be done at all.
Sigils, meanwhile, also are a major factor relating to sexuality and attraction in Homestuck; the joke has often been made that the setting's 'quadrant' system of attraction is less confusing that modern LGBT terminology, it is actually the truth. Homestuck as a work of LGBT fiction has been analyzed to death, but it holds absolute merit; it was possibly the most popular work of fiction with gay and bisexual leads in the early 2010's at least and it's association with the early culture of Tumblr has always been a chicken-or-the-egg situation. Homestuck, as a notable complementary fact, features multiple alien races, all of which were given assessments of the 'systems' of their romantic inclinations, to say nothing of the less abstract relations between the various human characters. Trolls resembling female and exclusively being in relationships with other females and vice versa; trolls exalting in forms of what can best be described as 'sexual hate' in a way that is fundamentally alien to humans, trolls getting off on getting killed; this is merely a subsection of the characters in the story, but they are more or less depicted as being teenagers no different than the humans in the story, and indeed some form relationships with them. In this way, separating the nature of Sigils from Homestuck from the 'abstraction' of youth sexuality and the development of the associated terminology really can't be done at all.
So, what's the point for all this? Homestuck is a story with themes that only grew truly topical nearly a decade after it first started, and it has a prediction for the end times first written in 2014. (https://www.homestuck.com/story/4864)
TT: As I mentioned, Crockercorp's rebranding on 3-11, as it was often referred to in the news, totally changed everything. TT: It marked the beginning of a completely shameless downward spiral of western civilization, through a series of events that were probably hard to notice at the time, but quite glaring when evaluated historically. TT: Though the Baroness made very few substantive gestures of aggression, the global fear of her looming threat would trigger all the changes she needed. TT: Governments prepared for war, as if to defend against the invading alien armies she undoubtedly commanded.
TT: But of course, she had no army. She was always the only of her kind.
TT: Instead, the world powers were only setting about to build her armies for her.
TT: The media deteriorated into this preposterous circus that was in all practical ways inseparable from the power base and government institutions.
TT: Popular entertainers became dangerous demagogues, and their roles in the media blurred with those of executive authority.
TT: And the most dangerous were the ones who fed into the fear and hysteria most effectively.
Homestuck, as a work of meme magic, is about gay people, post-modernism, and the coming arrival of the alien menace. It does not matter if Hussie is a very smart man or not; Homestuck is a work that has certainly escaped from the artist's control. It's a story about astrology, identity politics, and, potentially, Project Blue Beam, and the banal is mixed with the cosmic and each is given the same importance. All I can really say is this; with Homestuck's text-based storytelling having the framing of being told through in-story chat clients, the rise of Discord has recreated those closed internet spaces
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2021.12.08 09:27 Thankyounexttttt Tired.

I don’t know its because of work/environement or you, but i break into tears during lunch time at a pantry. Idk, but i felt sad.-
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2021.12.08 09:27 scttcs Who to start for a flex??

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2021.12.08 09:27 Here_for_you_man My elbow hurts and I can't do my workouts

Can someone advice me if someone knows what to do in case to stop that pain and start my workings out again?
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2021.12.08 09:27 kawasakizx7rMonster The WHO Confirms the Covid-19 PCR Test is Flawed: Estimates of “Positive Cases” are Meaningless. The Lockdown Has No Scientific Basis!

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2021.12.08 09:27 Chickypickymakey I make more gains from martial arts training than from actually working out

I'm into combat sports (MMA) and I work out a little bit to complete my martial arts training. When I first shifted from traditional martial arts to combat sports I suddenly gained 6kg (I had been very stable for years). After that I started working out (deadlift, pullups, overhead press, squats, and chest press). I gained just a little bit of muscle. Now I do way less workout (at home with little equipment) but I've been shadowboxing 15 minutes pretty much everyday for a few weeks and I thinks my arms got bigger. So I'm kind of confused on how this is possible, and I was wondering if any of you had lived or witnessed a similar experience. Also, please note that I did not track my gains precisely and they could be due to something else, I guess, don't know what tho.
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