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2023.06.02 00:48 Miaswag23 Crush chato

Faz algum tempo que converso com ele e hoje postou uma foto na clínica, perguntei se houve alguma coisa e se estava tudo bem. (É raro eu me preocupar com alguém) ele respondeu apenas Não. E eu questionei de novo e ele falou a palavra nada. Eu me irritei por essas palavras monossilábicas e disse que não iria perguntar mais nada, simplesmente escreveu um : Tá bom!
Ou seja, nunca mais vou perguntar nada e nem mandar mensagem, ele faz pouco caso, enquanto eu gosto dele, mas depois dessa tô fora.
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2023.06.02 00:47 DJ_Maxyyt New subway display design spotted, I love it!

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2023.06.02 00:46 illegal_____smeagol John Hughes gave us some of the most iconic movies, characters, and quotes of the 1980s. Which movie was your fave?

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2023.06.02 00:45 Smallcicadas Fossil ID Michigan

Fossil ID Michigan
Howdy everyone! I’m thinking this is a trilobite, though if my memory serves there’s a fan shaped critter it could be?
I found it on the shore at Kensington Metropark sifting through sand!
It was quite the fun day and we definitely found other fossils including bryozoans and horn corals :)
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2023.06.02 00:45 Adrians_Journeys Emotional Whiplash After Memorial Day Holiday

Has anyone else experienced a terrible emotional relapse since Memorial Day Weekend? As I knew the long weekend would be a difficult one to tolerate alone and without work to distract me, I made sure I filled it with plans with friends and things to do every single day. Now since Tuesday, I have been horrendously depressed, crying throughout the day harder than I have since the first week of Adrian's passing in April, and absolutely defeated and just begging for death to come take me so I can rejoin him wherever he may be. It feels like emotional whiplash - the pendulum swings one way, and the back the other way even harder. I haven't been able to sleep, have barely been able to work, and have been unable to speak to anyone. I've also noticed I'm much more angry - something that's has spared me thus far in my month and a half of grieving.
I am curious if others maybe further along in their grieving process may be able to share their experiences with this sort of emotional whiplash. I feel so defeated, so tired, and now so mad as hell.
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2023.06.02 00:43 Jamaqius (Alleged) BOH Karens Tried To Get Me Fired

I’m honestly just in shock tbh & I’m posting here because I want to call them Karens. It’s cathartic.
I’m a bartender but often serve on weekday afternoons as well as doing the drinks (as most bartenders tend to when it’s quiet) so today I was bartending & serving & we got absolutely slammed.
So my memory isn’t great due to mental health issues & I was getting absolutely weeded running a full section, while bartending for myself & my GM who had to take a section which I had to do drinks for too, but I’m so sure what they said just isn’t true but now they have me doubting myself but I feel either way, the reaction was NOT warranted.
Anyway, this table of 4 come in, two couples, & are seated in my section & told that it’s busy but I’ll be over as soon as possible. I get to them & immediately feel something a little off about them but whatever. I take their order, make their drinks, there was a small issue with one but it was outside my control & drop their drinks off.
Anyway, I kind of forget about them because I’ve got so much to do but I realize they haven’t got their starter so I check my handheld to make sure it was sent through & it was, so I finish making a bunch of drinks & then run to the kitchen to check & they’re getting railed & there is loads of food up & this starter had been missed in all the other food so I grab it quickly & run it to them & say “Sorry about the wait there, we’re all pretty backed up today!” After that for a little while they are pretty rude to me & I don’t know why, they were never especially friendly, but now they’re noticeably rude but I figure they’re stroppy because they had to wait, whatever, we’re doing our best.
Anyway, the rest of their meal is fine, no problems, they ask for the bill & then present some vouchers, I’m like cool, let me just get my boss to discount this for you & do & I chat to one of them while they’re paying & all good, they leave & I tel them to take care & have a nice day or whatever.
About 5 minutes later my GM pulls me aside & says that they complained to him about me saying that I blamed the kitchen for the slow service & they all work BOH at a restaurant & were really offended.
I am so confused.
I’m wracking my brain trying to remember if I said that, the ONLY thing I can think of is that I said we were backed up when I placed down their starter? Now I’m trying to think if I said the kitchen was backed up but I’m so sure I didn’t, I’ve worked BOH, I know what it’s like & if I did, it was a slip of the tongue.
Also, if I did say that, I don’t see how that’s offensive? They got like 20 orders at once & there were only 2 of them in there, like of course they’re backed up!?
Either way, to complain to the GM about that just seems so out of line, I literally could have been fired & I had to take 5 months off work for mental health reasons last year so I’m one paycheck away from not being able to pay rent. (Sorry, just to put into perspective how serious this could have been if my boss was an asshole).
I honestly can’t believe they work BOH because I hate to believe someone who worked in a restaurant could be that petty & vindictive but be careful everyone, apparently there are Karens where you least suspect them.
Thank you for letting me rant, I didn’t expect it to be this long. Sorry!
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2023.06.02 00:43 carmichael561 How the Fed Will Make Bank Transfers Truly Instant

How the Fed Will Make Bank Transfers Truly Instant
While many countries now offer bank payments in the blink of an eye, moving funds between accounts in the US can still take days. Electronic platforms such as PayPal Holdings Inc.’s Venmo and Block Inc.’s Cash App offer various workarounds to speed up the process, but they are essentially intermediaries that interface with the slow banking system. Now the Federal Reserve has created a high-speed transportation lane that allows for bank transfers within seconds. Here’s what you need to know about the new service, FedNow, which launches in July.
  1. Why are US bank payments so slow? Transfers using the Automated Clearing House — the legacy system invented in the 1970s — can take days to complete, partly because it lumps transactions together and processes them at specific intervals. Newer instant-payment tools like Venmo are fine when you’re doing something like buying a hot dog or sending cash to a friend who uses the same app. But when you want to pull money back off those platforms, the funds grind their way through the legacy banking system before they show up in your account. The same thing happens when you receive a paycheck or pay a utility bill. A survey by American Banker in 2021 found that 21% of consumers had abandoned a financial transaction or account opening because it took too long. The current slow transfers often lead to late fees for missed bill payments or penalties for overdrafts. So for the millions of Americans who live paycheck to paycheck, the delays can be costly.
  2. Why can’t banks solve the problem themselves? All the income from those overdraft and other fees meant banks had little incentive to come up with a faster solution on their own. A bank can also temporarily sweep transfer funds held overnight into short-term securities to earn a yield. US banks have the right to hold your money for as long as 10 days for the purpose of making sure it is not the proceeds of a crime. A group of big US banks did come up with a rapid-settlement platform of their own, known as real-time payments, or RTP, but have marketed it mainly to business customers because they already offer a peer-to-peer system called Zelle for consumers. While this is sold to consumers as a real-time transfer service, in some instances the transfers are settled over the legacy batch system and the banks in effect extend short-term credit until those payments settle.
  3. How will FedNow work? FedNow will offer instantaneous payments from one bank account to another 24/7, all year round. Because payment occurs instantly, customers will know right away if the transfer has completed or failed. The person receiving the funds will be able to use them almost instantly. The flip side is that, unlike a check, you can’t put a hold on a FedNow payment or cancel it. Once you’ve made that payment, the money is gone for good. And unlike a credit card, there are no rewards, points or fraud protection.
  4. What are the fees for using FedNow? Payments will cost a few cents, but it’s not clear who will pick up the tab — the bank or the customer. With ACH, it’s often the bank that pays the fees unless the customer is making a large number of payments.
  5. How can I sign up for FedNow? You can’t, as there won’t be a FedNow consumer app. First your bank will need to sign up to use the system and plug it into the back end of its own banking website or app.
  6. Will this kill providers like Venmo or Cash App? That’s certainly not the goal: The Fed has always said consumers are best served by a competitive payments landscape with multiple players. FedNow will both complement and compete with existing electronic payment systems. Almost 10,000 US banks and credit unions will be able to join and use FedNow, giving the country’s patchwork of regional lenders and credit unions a better chance of vying for payments business against giant banks and financial technology firms.
  7. Is the US leading the way here? Europe’s Single Euro Payments Area already allows instant payments across 36 countries, while the UK introduced instant payments in 2008. One limitation of FedNow is that it doesn’t allow for “pull” transactions in which utilities, phone companies or other service providers can trigger a payment from a customer account on an agreed date, a capability that makes it easier for those businesses to manage their cash flow.
  8. How soon will my bank offer FedNow? Fed officials expect the adoption to be slow and gradual, and it could be many months before FedNow shows up on a bank’s website or app. While there were just over 100 banks in a FedNow pilot program, there’s no obligation to use the service and it’s not known how many will choose to do so.
  9. Will FedNow invade my privacy? Since this will be a bank-operated system, the same privacy infrastructure that exists around other payment systems will apply. Like it or not, your basic information is all over your non-cash payments, from your credit cards to your bank checks, which have a lot of information about you written right on them. If you want more privacy, stick with dollar bills.
  10. Is FedNow a step toward a digital currency? Various commentators on social media have suggested FedNow is a scheme to phase out physical cash or part of a plan to introduce an official, government-backed digital currency to replace the dollar. (Some politicians, including long-shot Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., have seized on some of those talking points, while Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has railed against the idea of a central bank digital currency in the US.) The Fed denies this, saying the new payments service will simply be a faster way to move deposits and that it will continue to provide notes and coins for those who still want to use cash. The people most responsible for the declining use of hard currency are consumers themselves. Commercial payments in cash dropped to about 20% in the pandemic year of 2020 from 30% in 2017.
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2023.06.02 00:42 HanaBothWays Relevant to Your Interests (Possibly): Frenemy Cop Drama “Bad and Crazy”

It seems that you folks enjoy fiction about police with traumatic backstories, screwed-up personal lives, colorful mental illnesses, memory problems, and possible substance abuse issues operating in ethical gray areas - don’t we all! - so I submit for your consideration and (hopefully) enjoyment the Korean cop drama Bad and Crazy. It’s on both Netflix and Amazon Prime and co-stars the police officer dude from Squid Game if that kind of thing matters to you.
Ryu Su Yeol is the best detective in the Munyang Police Agency’s Anti-Corruption (i.e. Internal Affairs) division. But outside of his career, where he scrapes and double-crosses to get ahead, his life is a mess. He doesn’t have a good relationship with his family, he doesn’t have any friends outside of work, he had a bad breakup with his girlfriend (also a cop) a couple of years ago, and he’s starting to develop a serious drinking problem.
Then he starts experiencing strange gaps in his memory, and shortly after gets terrorized by a mysterious figure in a biker helmet that only he can see. If you’re asking whether Ryu Su Yeol has Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and the biker guy is his “alter,” the answer is “of course, why else would I be recommending this on the DE sub.” Let’s just say this is a very unusual twist on the buddy-cop genre.
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2023.06.02 00:41 jsew5589 Family claims that me (32M) going on vacation causes them (78M, 69F) to have health problems. They are now threatening to remove me from their will and currently working with the attorney who drafted their will to change it.

I have recently begun travelling over the course of the past two years as my current job gives me 4-5 weeks of PTO, and things started opening up after the pandemic lockdowns. I have had some great trips, I've been in a few countries in Latin America, Canada, Spain and France. A number of cities in the USA. I live in a different state from my family and have my own home.
However, my family (primarily parents), have attempted to gaslight me to not go and travel anytime I was planning a vacation. I generally ignored them and went anyways as I'm an adult man. My parents have only been out of the country once in their lives: my dad in the Vietnam War, and my mother 1 year of graduate school in the UK in the 1970s. My mother hated being in the UK. They almost never travel anywhere as my mom hates travelling.
My family has become very aggressive in gaslighting about going on vacation, claiming that my travels DIRECTLY cause them health issues, particularly my mother. In their retirement they begun to obsessively consume sources that everyone is aware of (I want to keep the politics out of this post so I'm not going to go any further on that subject). Relevant to my problem from their media consumption, is that they begun to fervently believe such things as Chicago being an absolute warzone, that Americans if they go to Europe will be made "not alive" right when they step off of the plane. That people in foreign countries run around just waiting to kidnap Americans, even in first world countries such as Canada. They have gone to extreme lengths to try to convince me not to travel. For example, when I went to Colombia and Puerto Rico they called their local police station and bombarded me with calls, texts, and emails about how the police officer said that where I was going is too dangerous to travel to.
They have gotten so "afraid" and xenophobic that they won't even drive thru non-white neighborhoods to go to their local Trader Joes.
I am currently planning a trip to Chile and Argentina to see Patagonia and do some hiking and mountain climbing in the Andes. I went to see my family over the memorial day weekend and casually mentioned that I am excited to go in early December to Chile and Argentina. My family FREAKED OUT. My mother had a panic attack, screaming about how the drug lords control Chile and Argentina (they don't) and lots of yelling from family members. Total chaos.
I drove back to where I live on Tuesday. This morning I received a stern message from my parents that they will be excluding me from their will (two houses, and a couple million $ in inheritance money) if I move forward with my travel plans. They also stated that they have contacted their attorney and are prepared to change their will immediately if I don't cancel my flights.
Reddit: is there anyway I continue to enjoy traveling and not be cut out of their will? I've tried logically reasoning with them that the media over-exaggerates and pointing out to them that I have not gone to dangerous locations, rather to normal tourist destinations and that I practice reasonable safety practices in my travels. My arguments were completely useless.
TL;DR Parents threatening to cut me out of their will for going on vacations.
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2023.06.02 00:41 NotTheTypicalWolf305 Memorial Day Penns Landing Shooting

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2023.06.02 00:38 ChampionshipRight586 In celebration of pride month my supervisor fired me without warning for being a lesbian. What should I do now? My mom & I are already suffering from financial strain

Im a openly gay female. When I 1st applied to this job I only met staff workers as the owners wife hired me via text (1st red flag!) I also told her my mom has cancer and from time to time I would need to be off. Ive been there 3 months, no right ups, never late or called in. Here's the problem, I'm openly gay and staff let me know she dislikes lgbtq+. Well of course that had me worried but I live in a area without bus access so I walk a hour to work. Well after my day off for the holiday (Memorial Day) she didn't tell what time to work. As I said before, I hadn't been in trouble so I walked to work. I got there and I wasn't on the schedule, I text her & she said she didn't need me anymore. I'm literally in tears, this is the only job I could find near by. My mom is sick and on limited income. I need work as soon as possible to pay for her medications. I dont even have enough karma to use certain reddit groups. Can someone give me advice om what I can do next? Im beyond humiliated and Im a damn hard worker, all because Im gay I got fired. I have no car or bus access so that makes it worse. I was so close to being able to get transportation now this bulls****
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2023.06.02 00:37 Glittering-Crow-7924 another cringe gacha channel

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2023.06.02 00:37 Actual_Scratch_9821 Good times

More Memes at :
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2023.06.02 00:37 That-Weird-7690 Amanhã é aniversário da minha mãe e tô precisando de 10R$

Fala gente!
Amanhã é aniversário da minha mãe, tô precisando de dinheiro pra comprar um bolo pra ela (custa 40R$, já tenho 30R$). é um bolo simples
Desculpa, mas alguém teria só 10R$ pra me emprestar? Eu devolvo semana que vem! 🙏🙏🙏
Eu mando foto do bolo pra vocês
Obrigado gente!
Meu pix: 18 991078251
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2023.06.02 00:35 warmonger82 "長城謠" Great Wall Ballad (Chinese Anti-Japanese WW2 Song) (Nanjing Massacre Memorial Day Special)

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2023.06.02 00:33 Interesting_Hawk7448 pela primeira imagem a foto foi tirada na entrada de um bloco da Unb unversidade federal

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2023.06.02 00:33 kjh_864 Still processing?

Hi there. Maybe this is a silly question. I know it’s Memorial Day week so everything is running slow. I filed Sunday and my claim is still saying “Processing-Web.” Is anyone else’s taking a bit longer as well?
Just want to make sure I’m not crazy or stressing myself.
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2023.06.02 00:31 roscoe_e_roscoe Those little adventures you remember years later

Looking back, there are memories of little times and moments from back in the day. It goes without saying for many of our adventures from yesteryear, the generation of today simply can't experience the same kind of stuff; kissing at a drive-in or what not.
For me, I bought an MG Midget for $600, rebuilt the engine and drove that silly little car all over the Santa Monica mountains, along Mulholland Highway, down to the coast on La Tuna Canyon Road and such. And then along Pacific Coast Highway. All at night of course, with the smell of wild dill and everything else growing in the canyons filling the air with wid perfume.
What's your favorite personal little memory?
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2023.06.02 00:31 minxfebreze how to figure out what i want to do with my life after high-school?

i graduated high school about a week ago. it was an ok public school, not perfect but i cherish it. i've always been a pretty high-performing student and i finished about top 3% of my class out of nearly 400 other seniors, although i wouldn't say i learned too much (especially during sophomore year where i was fully at home because of covid. i barely remember anything that i learned back then). outside of academics, i was running this little satire page themed around the school and i dabbled in a bunch of shit. but, i never took a step back to even think about what i want to do with my life, because i found it too scary to even think about it when i could stay in the temporary comfort of not doing anything about it, instead drowning myself with the time-consuming workload of my challenging academics and my aimless extracurricular activities. and so i did and inevitably the end came. now the structure in my life is gone, the biggest distraction i had is gone. the little rigor i had to wake up early is gone and now my sleep schedule is starting to drift again. now that i dont have any bullshit work to do or extracurriculars to worry about, the pressure is on to figure out my life. but instead of actually properly researching things i currently keep numbing myself with distractions: videogames, youtube, half-assed music production... the numbing works until i go to bed and remember that i'm slowly wasting my life by not doing anything about things and then my stomach fills with anxiety. either that or during the day, my family will ask me questions about college, whether ive looked for more scholarships, whether ive done x or y important thing i should be doing. sometimes it'll escalate and my dad will confront me, rightfully, about how i havent done anything and he'll order me to do the things that i probably should be doing, like researching majors and nearby college costs. right now im not doing that, im fully aware. the only reason i'm not numbing myself right now is because i saw a video for one of those self-improvement channels on my recommended, got scared by it and scrolled away from it (because it looked like one of those videos that would address the issues i'm struggling with right now), then forced myself to find it and watch it and push past the fear not that long ago. like literally less than an hour ago.
my memory isn't very clear but leading up to August (you know, the month where most college applications open) last year, i was pretty damn scared because it felt like i should try things out and apply but i didnt know anything. and i should have researched things about the process and assessed myself to figure out what majors to look at, but i never did out of sheer fear. i was just completely paralyzed because of how scared i was at this whole situation. that and, like i mentioned, my coursework and extracurriculars distracted me too. i was even more scared in October when the federal application for student aid opened — so scared that i didn't even try to fill it out until a few months ago.
i'm sorry for that huge wall of text. my question is now: how do i figure out my life? rather, how do i figure out what i want to do with my life after high school? after applying to some (but not that many) scholarships (most of which i applied for last minute because the guilt of not applying was crushing me), ive been offered a bunch of money for my nearby community college. it's not that much — $5.7k — the college's website states the average cost of attendance for a full-time student attending the fall and spring terms last year was nearly $16k, but i don't know if that includes whatever financial aid they offer the students based on need.
aside from that, probably the biggest hurdle is i don't even know what i want to major in. i don't know what i want to do, or what i want my life to look like in the future. i don't think i even know what my values are in the first place to even answer all the common questions that have popped up in my desperate google searches of how to figure out what to do after high school. my indecision led to me being so paralyzed by fear during college app season that i didnt apply, except for one last-minute application that got cancelled because i didnt truly know if i wanted to go to that university anyway. i could list a bunch of things i've done but i don't know if i'm good at them or if i enjoy them:
  1. i'm pretty decent at video editing, having done it since i was way younger. i've edited gameplay videos, put together footage and put graphics on top of it (for my satire page), and i recall making one video — it was this mock infomercial — where i had to make a basic prop, get footage of it, make graphics for it, get my friends to voice act in it and edit everything together. i was satisfied with the result and i think it's the best video out of all of the videos i made for my satire page. it wasn't even a video in the traditional form of all the other videos i made for it, which consisted of just footage with graphics on top and satirical text about the story.
  2. music. i love listening to music (although i suspect it might as well be another way for me to procrastinate) and for a long time i've used DAWs like fl studio, ableton and renoise to make some. i made a bunch of stuff throughout middle school and high school, and i even made an album. i composed a track for a state-level contest and i won the highest award. but, not only do i not feel like a career in music is a stable one, i don't think my music is that great. im stuck in this loop of having a thousand plugins and instruments and only making short loops and never touching them again. the last thing i did was make a drum loop that i was proud of because i learned how to mix the drums then added some instruments then made a reference track out of it just so i can listen to it outside of software.
  3. ive worked a lot with things relating to image manipulation. i use photoshop a lot. ive used it to make all sorts of things: mock posters, logos, collages, cutouts of artworks, etc. i've worked also with illustrator and some other software. i recall that one project i did for school was a fake medicine product, where i designed the packaging in illustrator (which took forever but i was very proud of because of how it all looked in the end) then printed it out and folded it into a box.
  4. i've done several things regarding videogames. namely i reverse engineered this one game i really liked, after having learned a lot about it (mainly from speedrunning and just playing a lot and researching it despite it being obscure) and i made some mods for it where i replaced the sounds and textures with my own. then i made this custom debug menu for the game where all i had to do was use a tool that allowed me to write my own code (C#) and i could just inject it directly into the game. and the last thing i did was i managed to reverse engineer the game back into an Unity project file (yes it's a Unity game) and i exported it to Android and i was going to make an Android port but haven't made progress because i dont know how to program mobile controls.
i just don't know what it means that i do these things, though. does it mean i should pursue careers relating to these things? i don't know if i enjoy video editing; i was gonna participate in a contest where we had to edit a music video together using the raw footage of it but i was demotivated, but i don't know if i was just demotivated or if im genuinely just not cut out for it. i dont even know what the jobs are like and i dont know how to find that out.
i don't know if i want to do music, like i said because music seems so unstable if it were my only source of income. but i genuinely don't think i'm that good. should i pursue something if i'm not that good at it? how do i assess myself?
about the game, i don't think programming is my thing either. i dont know what it is, i just don't know if i could handle more complex stuff, because what i did for the game was pretty straightforward; i just programmed an UI using a GUI system that Unity comes with, then I learned how to add buttons and stuff to it to manipulate the ingame variables and other stuff. if i want to learn how to make mobile controls for an Android port of the game, that'd take actual programming, and i tried to look it all up and i was so overwhelmed that i dont know if i can do it. maybe i can, but it'd take a while.
tldr: i never thought about what i wanted to do after high school and now that high school is over i could either not think about it and keep wasting my life away or try to think about it, but i don't know where to start since i never tried to truly find myself. how do i assess the things i've done and decide what i could do with them, whether i should go to college, if i should go anytime soon.
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2023.06.02 00:29 Question-Guru Been deleted now, but for about 2 weeks this was the wikipedia page for Madri...

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2023.06.02 00:29 HighOntology Civilisation EP06 “Protest and Communication” (Jun [email protected]:00 PM CDT)

Civilisation EP06 “Protest and Communication” (Jun 15@8:00 PM CDT)

“Protest and Communication”
🎭 With special guest stars Patrick Stewart and Ian Richardson! 🎭
In Deutschland’s realm, Dürer’s truth unfurled, Reformation’s fire, chaos hurled. Yet Shakespeare’s words, in England’s sway, Illuminate the human’s timeless play. 
Welcome to EP06 of Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation. From the visionary artistry of Albrecht Dürer, who revolutionized perception through his mastery of perspective and depiction of reality, to the the seismic impact of the Reformation led by Martin Luther, we will traverse the fascinating landscape of German contributions to Western civilization.
In Act I, we delve into Albrecht Dürer’s era. His groundbreaking woodcuts, steeped in realism, redefined art, moving away from mysticism and symbolism towards precision and realism. Experience Dürer’s profound influence as his woodcuts invoke conviction, perceived as visual storytelling akin to photojournalism!
Next, journey into the intellectual domain of the time. Erasmus and Martin Luther wrestled with faith and reason. Experience Erasmus’s translation of Saint Jerome’s letters and Dürer’s engraving of Erasmus at work. Dürer’s “The Night with Death and the Devil” resonates with Erasmus’s truth-protecting call.
As we delve deeper, the Reformation’s contradictions emerge. Witness the massive destruction wreaked by Protestantism on cathedrals and art throughout Europe. Experience the turmoil of religious wars and the Catholic-Protestant divide, culminating in the St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre of 1572.
Yet, amid chaos, a civilization takes root. Luther, Calvin, Tyndale, and Coverdale translate the Bible into vernacular languages, providing people direct access to Holy Writ, fostering knowledge via printing. Witness the emergence of an era where words influence Western thought, spurring nationalism.
Finally, we arrive in Elizabethan England, where the vibrant tapestry of society unfolds. Discover the unique architecture, literature, and music that characterized this period. Marvel at the brilliance of William Shakespeare, a literary genius who encapsulates the pinnacle of human expression and intellectual honesty through his timeless plays.
Prepare for a mind-expanding journey into the richness of German culture, the seismic Reformation, the awe-inspiring genius of Dürer, the intellectual odysseys of Erasmus and Luther, and the enchanting realm of Shakespeare ... with K Clark as our guide! Don thy finest doublet and hose, wield thy mighty quill, and join us for an unforgettable night of enlightenment and mirth!
Evocative Quote Sampler
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She sits in the attitude of Rodin’s “Penseur,” and still holds in her hands the compasses, symbols of measurement, by which science will conquer the world. Around her are all the emblems of constructive action: a saw, a plane, pincers, and those 2 prime elements in solid geometry, the sphere and the dodecahedron.
And yet, all these aids to construction are abandoned. And she sits there, brooding on the futility of human effort. Her obsessive stare reflects some deep psychic disturbance.
The German mind that produced Dürer, and the Reformation, also produced psychoanalysis.

Please watch the episode before the event. We will then replay a few short clips during the event to refresh our memories for debate and discussion. A high-def version of this episode with remastered audio and enriched subtitles can be found here:
Video Table of Contents
Clark discusses the Reformation—the Germany of Albrecht Dürer and Martin Luther and the world of the humanists Erasmus, Montaigne, and Shakespeare.
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2023.06.02 00:28 itachi_54 [WTS] Declutter bundle sale. Designer (bottle)

Hey y'all, putting out these bottles as a bundle. Couple backups and a few bottles I don't use, these need to go. Probably the last batch of bottles on the chopping block for now.
Bundle :
CH Bad Boy Cobalt EDP 100ml - 99% 🚫📦
JPG le male EDP 100ml - 99% 🚫📦
Testers with box:
Mont Blanc Explorer EDP 100ml - 99%
Dior Homme (2015 batch) EDP 100ml - 99%
Full Presentation:
Tom Ford Noir de Noir EDP 50ml - 99.9% (sprayed once)
Asking $460 (firm) shipped for them all. No trades. Accept Paypal FF, Venmo. Please do not send a chat for individual bottles. Selling only as a bundle for now. Will post separately later if I decide to break the bundle.
Goes out the next day. Feel free to message me if you have questions :)
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