2021.12.01 20:50 Budget-Song2618 COVID Europa: the Fourth Wave - As Europe confronts increasing numbers of infections and deaths, these countries were assigned a Level 4 warning, that is, the CDC is advising that Americans avoid traveling there, even if vaccinated.
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2021.12.01 20:50 Unable-Edge-4365 Urge to Drink
I had a huge urge to drink, I thought about going to cvs, Walgreens , super market to buy wine and come back home and drink it … I did not cave but oh boy how I fantasized it … anyone else didn’t cave ?
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2021.12.01 20:50 fitzdylanj My favorite picture from Denver last night
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2021.12.01 20:50 Alzheid I m so proud, I need to brag !
Today was the 1st time ever I got 100% recall rate with Rémie in environments with plenty of distractions (namely people, other dogs, fresh snow ) ! I m soo happy ! It shows that all the training we re doing is working ! I m really proud of her !!! I feel it s important to celebrate our little achievements with our little monsters so guys, what s your most recent win with yours ?
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2021.12.01 20:50 quiksilver464 Bye Bye Salah?
2021.12.01 20:50 coldstormwave Higher effort living vs Lower effort suicide
The way I see reality I have the following options: Higher effort - improving life long term but suffering short term. Medium effort - suicide would require finite medium suffering, hopefully there are no surprises and the suffering will end. Low effort - minimum requirements for survival, procrastinating to escape reality, eventually long term suffering.
My problem is that I find it really hard justifying making higher effort, trying to improve living life long term, when instead I could make medium effort, suicide once and not having to make any more effort nor suffer.
Currently I'm stuck in the vally of making low effort just to survive, and find it really hard climbing to the higher effort hill instead of the medium effort one.
If I could tunnel through the hill to either side skipping the highemedium effort climb along with the suffering that comes with it, I would do it in a heart beat.
Any advice? Maybe my philosophy of effort and suffering is missing something?
If I won't act now, continue procrastinating escaping reality, eventually the suffering would become higher than the medium effort suicide climb, and that would be the natural choice.
I feel like existential philosophy should have an answer.
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2021.12.01 20:50 Berserk-Gutts Always has been...
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2021.12.01 20:50 Flyingdawg99 Zekrom Raid 9997 3055 4478 and 4932 6448 1263
2021.12.01 20:50 masemoneyx Spotify wrapped
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2021.12.01 20:50 cryptochartsbot Thoughts on $BTC #Bitcoin! See WXYXXZ's idea on TradingView below. https://t.co/Rn56OI0fwJ
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2021.12.01 20:50 judo765 Outdoor Visitor
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2021.12.01 20:50 MidModWinnie I wanna put a program on EverMerge's staff computers that generates a pop-up every time they switch app windows so they have to endure an incessant annoyance similar to what they inflict on their users.
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2021.12.01 20:50 NewsElfForEnterprise The healthcare sector has been ‘neglected.’ Here’s why DWS’s Bianco sees buying opportunities
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2021.12.01 20:50 DarkDragon857 It ain’t Spotify but something tells me I like Pantera.
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2021.12.01 20:50 MetalDango No Latency Fix Option?
2021.12.01 20:50 Gaminglegendd27 I don't know what to say
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2021.12.01 20:50 seductive_error Dogs probably think we are ripping our skin off when we undress ourselves
2021.12.01 20:50 cryptochartsbot Thoughts on $ETH #ETH! See ssari's idea on TradingView below. https://t.co/oyIGb0ua4E
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2021.12.01 20:50 EatsTheCheeseRind Anyone have opinions or experience on Nitro Gears vs Yukon Gears?
Does anyone have any experience with one or the other as far as ring and pinion they'd like to share?
Yukon seems to be a little more common but I've heard great things about Nitro gears from some installers too. I even found an old thread that mentioned Yukon uses Nitro gears for some ratios / applications. Marlin Crawler carries Yukon gears (along with their "ninja gears" which are just Yukon advertised with the Marlin name so they can sell for a lower price), but it seems some builders also swear by Nitro gears, was curious if anyone here had experience.
The rear diff has some worn bearings on my '91 Toyota Pickup that were causing a whine on the highway and vibration at certain speeds when not under load, and I wouldn't be surprised with the mileage if the gears have seen better days, so I'm considering replacing ring and pinion while the diff is apart for the bearing job. I'd also be able to swap from a 27 spline pinion to a 29 spline pinion while I'm in there along with a solid pinion spacer instead of crush sleeve, so it's added future-proofing.
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2021.12.01 20:50 pjyinzer412 Trisomy 21?
At our 20 week ultrasound, a potential cyst was noticed on our baby’s brain. My wife went to get blood drawn for a Quad test, and the results returned with an increase risk of Down Syndrome using age and biochemical markers at 1:223. (>= 1:270 is considered adjusted risk). Obviously this news has us a bit worried when we see “increased risk” in the paperwork. My wife has an appointment with a Genetic Consultant tomorrow, and one of the next options is amniocentesis.
Has anyone dealt with a similar situation? Would the NIPT be a better option to give clarity/a more accurate prediction of Trisomy 21? Any words of advice to help calm my wife and I nerves? I realize there is still so many factors to be determined over the coming weeks…but you could imagine how our minds went racing as we read the reports. Thanks in advance for any advice and suggestions.
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2021.12.01 20:50 KhunEduan69 Goddess Sophie
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2021.12.01 20:50 Recycling_raccoon welp how do I get my packages back
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2021.12.01 20:50 eriic001 Didita
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2021.12.01 20:50 Squeaky-squash Weedy ground cover with small salmon flowers. Sydney, Australia. I feel like I've seen this in the USA too maybe? Thanks :)
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2021.12.01 20:50 naichalover Weird Covid Test Results
I have been indoors, living alone 24x7 for the last two weeks except for the occasional visit to the adjacent Walgreens to pick up the odd item. I am always masked when I'm outside my apartment. I'm fully vaccinated with Moderna, with my second dose being less than two months ago.
I have been mildly symptomatic and got a positive test result on the Roche Covid Rapid Antigen Test yesterday. The second "line" was faint but visible, and this is characterized as a positive. I repeated the test twice over 24 hours and got the same positive result.
This made me panic (as I have travel coming up soon) and I used the other test brands I had at home. I tested negative on both the Lucira and BinaxNow at-home tests. The lucira test is molecular and uses tech similar to PCR so it's supposedly more accurate.
I'm isolating but I'm wondering if someone can help me make sense of these results. I've been living in isolation anyway so no clue how Roche showed up as positive twice in a row. The test claims to have really low false positive rate which is scary.
I got a PCR test done today at a clinic just in case, and I've no clue how to interpret a negative result. If its positive, then I surely have Covid, but if it's negative, can I discard the positive result I got on the Roche test completely? The prior seems really low as well since South Bay appears to have a 1.7% positivity rate.
I'm no expert but I'd really appreciate if someone can help me understand this better. Thanks!
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