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r/Delhi

2009.03.07 01:17 proudgirl r/Delhi

/Delhi is the place dedicated to Delhi NCR and all that engulfs it.
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2008.11.10 20:27 flyfishing

This is a subreddit for anglers who pursue, or wish to pursue, their favorite fish with fly tackle. Whether you throw a 2-weight on bluelines for brook trout or a double-hander for steelhead or chase tarpon with a 12-weight, your contributions and questions will be welcomed and appreciated!
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2008.04.13 15:10 New Jersey

A place to share news, links, photos, discussions, recipes, pet photos, breakfast food, correspondence, love letters, and advice about the great state of New Jersey.
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2023.03.20 23:13 Hlca Mid 2015 MBP 15" fails to wake up from hibernation about once a week

I had the logic board, battery, and keyboard replaced by Apple about a year and a half ago. So it should be running like new. So these random crashes are annoying. My work has offered to replace it, which I'm considering, but I'd like to see if I can fix this issue.
Last time it actually gave me a problem report. Can anyone decipher this? Should I just get a new MBP? Also if this includes sensitive info, please let me know so I can redact. Hard to make sense of it.
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panic(cpu 2 caller 0xffffff7fb5c1346b): "Failed to quiesce supporting devices in last sleep attempt (0x9) after sleep/wake(51/50), M8 was available, sleepFailCnt(0x100), Healed(1), Panic(1), SMC(0)" u/AppleEmbeddedOSSupportHost.cpp:983
Panicked task 0xffffffa0f676e670: 239 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
Backtrace (CPU 2), panicked thread: 0xffffff9c2a03f540, Frame : Return Address
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0xfffffff2d20137f0 : 0xffffff801e5de5e6
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0xfffffff2d2013b10 : 0xffffff7fb5c1346b
0xfffffff2d2013bb0 : 0xffffff801ec4303e
0xfffffff2d2013bf0 : 0xffffff7fb5c12043
0xfffffff2d2013c30 : 0xffffff801ec11c59
0xfffffff2d2013ca0 : 0xffffff801ec2df7d
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0xfffffff2d2013e40 : 0xffffff801ec26fbb
0xfffffff2d2013e90 : 0xffffff801ec24a60
0xfffffff2d2013ee0 : 0xffffff801ec248fa
0xfffffff2d2013f20 : 0xffffff801ec4319e
0xfffffff2d2013f60 : 0xffffff801ec427c7
0xfffffff2d2013fa0 : 0xffffff801e41b19e
Kernel Extensions in backtrace:
com.apple.driver.AppleEmbeddedOSSupportHost(1.0)[4B16F335-21B8-3A5D-A1EC-4AFD76BCDE24]@0xffffff7fb5c10000->0xffffff7fb5c14fff
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Process name corresponding to current thread (0xffffff9c2a03f540): kernel_task
Mac OS version:
21G419
Kernel version:
Darwin Kernel Version 21.6.0: Mon Dec 19 20:44:01 PST 2022; root:xnu-8020.240.18~2/RELEASE_X86_64
Kernel UUID: 33C30416-3302-3FFF-9686-A557DED28C5B
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Kernel slide: 0x000000001e210000
Kernel text base: 0xffffff801e410000
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System model name: MacBookPro13,3 (Mac-A5C67F76ED83108C)
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2023.03.20 23:11 noseyasshit 🤦🏾‍♂️

🤦🏾‍♂️ submitted by noseyasshit to PhillyWiki [link] [comments]


2023.03.20 23:10 wikifreaks001 WIKIFREAKS

National Union of Journalist member Albert Smith is publicly accused of deriving the name Parpoint from the blood and honour of {Par}force and Focal{point},the publishers and distributors of Goring Biography,Smith appears inside of the revised digital propagandist version of this Holocaust denial publication describing the book in his own words callously as a "Good Offering".
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LinkedIn https://ie.linkedin.com › albert-smith-1a9111143
Ireland · Editor · Parpoint Media Services Albert Smith. Freelance editor specialising in plain English editing and training. Parpoint Media Services. Ireland. 45 followers 45 connections. 20/02/2023 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Reichsmarschall - David Irving FPP.co.uk http://www.fpp.co.uk › reviews › HGReviews
"Overall, Irving's book is a very good offering. It is not as concerned to provoke controversy as many of his earlier works." Albert Smith in The Irish Independent Newspaper. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Copyright © 2010 Parforce UK Ltd
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Göring : a biography
943.086 ́092 ́4– dc19 Focal Point Publications Printed in the United States of America Focal Point Classic Edition ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
David Irving v Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt is a case in English law against American historian Deborah Lipstadt and her British publisher Penguin Books,
In her book, Denying the Holocaust, Lipstadt called Irving a Holocaust denier and falsifier, as well as a bigot, and wrote that he manipulated and distorted real documents. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_v_Penguin_Books_Ltd ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(e) Conclusion 11. Irving's claim that the 1991 edition of Hitler's War and the 1989 biography of Göring indicate that he is not a Holocaust denier is not credible when the Index references he cites in support of this contention are actually consulted. Both books give an account of Nazi policies and actions towards the Jews during the Second World War that is perfectly compatible with the central tenets of Holocaust denial as this is normally understood by historians https://www.hdot.org/evans/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scholar who denied Holocaust jailed for 3 years - NBC News
NBC News https://www.nbcnews.com › wbna11455196 20 Feb 2006 — Right-wing British historian David Irving pleaded guilty Monday to charges of denying the Holocaust and was sentenced to three years in .. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ It's Official: David Irving is 'Pro-Nazi' https://www.splcenter.org › intelligence-report › its-of... World War II historian David Irving is called 'an active Holocaust denier' by a London judge.
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Holocaust denier Irving must pay £2.4m libel costs
The Independent https://www.independent.co.uk › UK › Crime 21 Jul 2001 — The revisionist historian David Irving is facing bankruptcy after losing an appeal on Friday over a libel ruling that he was a "Holocaust ...
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2023.03.20 23:10 wikifreaks001 wikifreaks

National Union of Journalist member Albert Smith is publicly accused of deriving the name Parpoint from the blood and honour of {Par}force and Focal{point},the publishers and distributors of Goring Biography,Smith appears inside of the revised digital propagandist version of this Holocaust denial publication describing the book in his own words callously as a "Good Offering".
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LinkedIn https://ie.linkedin.com › albert-smith-1a9111143
Ireland · Editor · Parpoint Media Services Albert Smith. Freelance editor specialising in plain English editing and training. Parpoint Media Services. Ireland. 45 followers 45 connections. 20/02/2023 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Reichsmarschall - David Irving FPP.co.uk http://www.fpp.co.uk › reviews › HGReviews
"Overall, Irving's book is a very good offering. It is not as concerned to provoke controversy as many of his earlier works." Albert Smith in The Irish Independent Newspaper. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Copyright © 2010 Parforce UK Ltd
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Göring : a biography
943.086 ́092 ́4– dc19 Focal Point Publications Printed in the United States of America Focal Point Classic Edition ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
David Irving v Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt is a case in English law against American historian Deborah Lipstadt and her British publisher Penguin Books,
In her book, Denying the Holocaust, Lipstadt called Irving a Holocaust denier and falsifier, as well as a bigot, and wrote that he manipulated and distorted real documents. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_v_Penguin_Books_Ltd ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(e) Conclusion 11. Irving's claim that the 1991 edition of Hitler's War and the 1989 biography of Göring indicate that he is not a Holocaust denier is not credible when the Index references he cites in support of this contention are actually consulted. Both books give an account of Nazi policies and actions towards the Jews during the Second World War that is perfectly compatible with the central tenets of Holocaust denial as this is normally understood by historians https://www.hdot.org/evans/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scholar who denied Holocaust jailed for 3 years - NBC News
NBC News https://www.nbcnews.com › wbna11455196 20 Feb 2006 — Right-wing British historian David Irving pleaded guilty Monday to charges of denying the Holocaust and was sentenced to three years in .. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ It's Official: David Irving is 'Pro-Nazi' https://www.splcenter.org › intelligence-report › its-of... World War II historian David Irving is called 'an active Holocaust denier' by a London judge.
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Holocaust denier Irving must pay £2.4m libel costs
The Independent https://www.independent.co.uk › UK › Crime 21 Jul 2001 — The revisionist historian David Irving is facing bankruptcy after losing an appeal on Friday over a libel ruling that he was a "Holocaust ...
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2023.03.20 23:09 OneStopRedditor It's infuriating how the BBC are sitting on all episodes of pre-current EastEnders (minus slow iPlayed release of 08-11)

If the series was being boxsetted on different streaming platforms in the UK and USA I'd understand it not being made a full boxset on iPlayer from 1985 to present day - that would be a fair enough arrangement for archive watching - by paying for steaming service.
As far as I'm aware: UKTV (only avaliable in random clusters so useless); ITV X (limited Xmas episodes and a couple of others) and the slow-release thing they're doing for 2008-11 are the only ways of watching but there's no point being fed random eras of stuff when you can't get into it properly, that's why 1985-2022+ should be avaliable anytime.
The Brookside Episodes server hosting 1985 - 2022 episodes has been suspended for copyright infringement - so they're actively protecting it from viewing without any real commercial interest in doing so. I only found this website a week before it closed - typical. It wouldn't surprise me if someone from Reddit reported it to the BBC there's always one bad actor when things become popular.
The logic of slow releasing episodes on iPlayer from a random year onwards is beyond me as well. At the very least the whole year at a time should be uploaded or slowly release the years instead of weeks.
Hopefully in the future we'll find a way or people sitting on that whole archive can upload them with backups in place from donations.
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2023.03.20 23:09 wikifreaks001 wikifreaks

In Math its impossible that Parpoint publishing isnt derived from {PAR}force and Focal{Point} as these three companies appear in the same Holocaust denial publication Goring Biography…and so the Irish police should question British National Union of Journalist member Albert Smith if he intended to name his publishing outlet after Convicted racist David Irvings organization on the grounds that if he lies the courts can decide….par see !
w.w.v

National Union of Journalist member Albert Smith is publicly accused of deriving the name Parpoint from the blood and honour of {Par}force and Focal{point},the publishers and distributors of Goring Biography,Smith appears inside of the revised digital propagandist version of this Holocaust denial publication describing the book in his own words callously as a "Good Offering".
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LinkedIn https://ie.linkedin.com › albert-smith-1a9111143
Ireland · Editor · Parpoint Media Services Albert Smith. Freelance editor specialising in plain English editing and training. Parpoint Media Services. Ireland. 45 followers 45 connections. 20/02/2023 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Reichsmarschall - David Irving FPP.co.uk http://www.fpp.co.uk › reviews › HGReviews
"Overall, Irving's book is a very good offering. It is not as concerned to provoke controversy as many of his earlier works." Albert Smith in The Irish Independent Newspaper. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Copyright © 2010 Parforce UK Ltd
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Göring : a biography
943.086 ́092 ́4– dc19 Focal Point Publications Printed in the United States of America Focal Point Classic Edition ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
David Irving v Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt is a case in English law against American historian Deborah Lipstadt and her British publisher Penguin Books,
In her book, Denying the Holocaust, Lipstadt called Irving a Holocaust denier and falsifier, as well as a bigot, and wrote that he manipulated and distorted real documents. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_v_Penguin_Books_Ltd ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(e) Conclusion 11. Irving's claim that the 1991 edition of Hitler's War and the 1989 biography of Göring indicate that he is not a Holocaust denier is not credible when the Index references he cites in support of this contention are actually consulted. Both books give an account of Nazi policies and actions towards the Jews during the Second World War that is perfectly compatible with the central tenets of Holocaust denial as this is normally understood by historians https://www.hdot.org/evans/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scholar who denied Holocaust jailed for 3 years - NBC News
NBC News https://www.nbcnews.com › wbna11455196 20 Feb 2006 — Right-wing British historian David Irving pleaded guilty Monday to charges of denying the Holocaust and was sentenced to three years in .. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ It's Official: David Irving is 'Pro-Nazi' https://www.splcenter.org › intelligence-report › its-of... World War II historian David Irving is called 'an active Holocaust denier' by a London judge.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Holocaust denier Irving must pay £2.4m libel costs
The Independent https://www.independent.co.uk › UK › Crime 21 Jul 2001 — The revisionist historian David Irving is facing bankruptcy after losing an appeal on Friday over a libel ruling that he was a "Holocaust ...
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2023.03.20 23:07 commonEraPractices A Collection of Short Stories (1)

This is a collection of short stories that have something to do with current events. Enjoy.
2023-03-20

The Uneven Divide - Part 3

(Part 1 and 2 in first post of Collection)
“I see a city on a disk. Though all the powers of the world would like to watch it fall, it won’t. I look at it floating above it all. Above There’s political turmoil. Beyond the grip of local markets, this city spins around the globe. You make your business everyone’s, and in turn, everyone profits from your presence.”
I see a land so cold,” I continued. “That it smokes as if it’s on fire. Like the Mother Sphere pulls you up, the frost brings your people together. This inseparable unity warms each building by your people’s sheer attraction for the Lands of Over-There. What us foreigners see as a frigid barren disk of ill fortuity, where people live barred up inside out of necessity, it’s instead a fortress from anything cold, which hosts every fervent hearted opportunity.”
The lock beeped. The door crept open. She kicked her feet off. A skinny man with both our ages walked in. He was wearing a three-piece suit. This wasn’t uncommon, as each layer made the heating bill less hard to look at. His name and the chain on his matte black visitor’s badge were contrasted with gold.
They spoke in their language.
He said something like hi, how are you, what are you doing here?
She answered something along the lines of hi, I’m doing great, in a meeting, you?
He went on saying precisely “I’m doing twice well”—which is an interesting expression meaning; I was already doing well, but from the moment you asked about me, I started doing twice as well—then I think he said he was also here for a meeting, and “who is he?”
She told him my name, then his name to me. Whom I will refer to as Gotnaym of Over-There.
He greeted me, I presented myself with a customary nod. Which could’ve been considered curt in our culture.
Then it got too wordy for me to understand. They switched languages as he walked over to extend his hand.
Mid-shake, he said in perfect speech, “She tells me your consultancy in There is no circus. I might have some questions later, my son is investing abroad.”
Then he laughed. I tried my hardest to make my confusion pass off as surprise, all while making sure not to loosen my grip nor lose the tempo of the motion, as I smiled in what I hoped to have looked like an agreeing pose.
“He’s not interested in any clown ventures I hope, Mr. Gotnaym,” I said. “I’d be out of my league if he were.”
“That’s exactly why I’d hire you,” he explained. “Thankfully, we’re a line of miners, Mr. Consultant. Hard-working people, who bring along like-minded experts. There are no full-time artists on these disks, I’m afraid.”
I was ready to let go but he wasn’t as willing.
“It’s always a fine moment to meet someone glad to buy into their family,” I concluded. “But I might not be the right hire for advice on how you ought to spend your own money. I don’t know if she's told you my line of work?”
This made him laugh some more. He was still shaking my hand.
“She has, yes!” He looked at her after placing his free hand on my shoulder side. She was completely motionless. “Funny man,” he said in his mother tongue.
“Don’t let me interrupt you, Mr. Consultant. Please continue while we wait,” he said, finally releasing his grip to grab a seat by the backrest.
“While we wait?” I asked him.
“I just is inform,” she said. “Next meeting is push to soon. Temporary lockdown here. Please continuing, Mr. Consultant. You no leaving now.”
“Emergency?” I read in their eyes the impending dread they covered up with an interest in listening only, so they wouldn’t have to think.
“Gladly,” I said. “I guess I’ll find out soon. Thank you for giving me this time out of your day.” She had some relief mixed in with her emotions. The rest of her micro-expressions were of a combination I’ve never noticed twice. It was too particular to recreate in writing or in a film.
“Mr. Consultant talking how city infrastructure be one with immigration,” she explained. “I asking what he see in city.”
“Where was I?” I asked me.
“You were reporting how the cold brings us people together,” he told me.
Wondering if their door wasn’t soundproofed had flooded my head with blood, which drew along this fresh thought frenzy and the terrible idea that anyone could’ve heard us earlier.
“Right,” I said to start hushing my blushing. “The problem. Your city is nothing more than a cold flatland sprinkled with tall boxes where folks come and freeze to death. That’s what they see from below, down in There. When I booked my ticket, my friends argued about who would get what if I didn’t make it back.”
The suitedman sat down.
“To outsiders, to the frigid ones, these lands get people to ratify off on an early will. I mean—I signed a waiver just for the elevator ride… Too many who travel to your disks don’t come back home. Most get working visas. The deal is: you spend four months a year here, and that pays for six of vacation. The smart ones, like I’m sure your son is, do five years to invest in There’s Venus coin traps. Then they sit back and never visit again. They risk their days for the money. Not for your city, not for the people here. They say they come to live out the rest of their lives at the mines. Then if they’re lucky enough not to get shipped home as a popsicle, they go to their folk waving their phat wads of cash in the hands with the least fingers lost to the frostbite.”
“I asked the locals last night. Why would you sell everything for this? Leave your families, abandon your lifestyles—What pulled you in? They all gave me the same answer. The same one I have. The first time I came here, it only took me two days. Two days to fall in love.”
“You maybe fall in loving after no long enough, Mr. Consultant,” she said.
“Are you telling me you don’t feel the same?”
“I think,” Gotnaym interjected. Then he paused. Sort of like cutting someone off on the freeway only to slow down right after.
“I think what my colleague is trying to express here … is that all of this sounds a bit too poetic.”
He looked at her to see if she’d agree. Which, she did.
“I also think we’re both happy you really are loving the experience here, Mr. Consultant. But it takes more than feelings to move to a place like this. The ones who do immigrate are steadily emigrating in larger numbers. The workforce won’t meet the upcoming demand. We start terraforming the east perimeter straight after the election next quarter. That’s a projected two years to find enough workers, build and house multiple villages. Provided the right candidate wins.”
At that moment, I was glad to have mistakenly not skipped our philosophy professor’s class on The Ethics of Language. I got my dates mixed up and thought it was a mandatory attendance lab. She explained how Over-There’s main export was subject to ethical scrutiny. They extracted such a lucrative resource, that they could afford to import all else. From food to people. Two entirely different things, that they’d fail to source locally in any useful quantity. Therein laid the dilemma. Their dialect had evolved so as to not differentiate between workers or wheat in regard to imports. As for commodities in business, they began treating both as such on paper. Written words have real-world applications. That same export was also what their disk was made of. One giant mother-cluster of concentrated minerals.
“How long is a mine active on these disks?” I asked.
“About a half lifetime depending on the weather. You’re looking at the investment of the century, my Frozen-Nozen. Literally.”
This suddenly explained why I so easily passed off as a consultant. At least, that’s what I was thinking then. They were probably ready to pay everyone and their kids to get as many opinions on this as possible. I can’t believe I used to give mine out for free.
“Frozen-Nozen?” I asked.
“It’s a term for those who aren’t afraid of a bit of outdoor labour,” he said.
“I see. Couldn’t you just advertise that fact in There?” I pitched.
“I don’t get it.” He mimed a billboard with his hands. “Come up to Over-There, and freeze your nose off for a living wage.”
“That’s not what I meant, but really, why not? People are nomadic opportunists. They’ll move and let the frost nip at their nose if you promise them a round fiddy years of job stability. If they become permanent residents.”
“No one plans on spending fiddy years in a work village, Mr. Consultant. They’re built as temporary housing. They share a shower per unit.”
“Isn’t that an issue? People need a good quality of entertainment to stay someplace so dull when they can glance at other options. They’ll want something they can’t get anywhere else. Couple that with the appeal of privacy. Your child population levels are dropping? Intimacy widely increases from zero to one shower per household. I’d start hiring full-time artists to get some inspiration flowing. Let couples make their own entertainment. Get some comfier architecture. They'll make babies. Or get your engineers to make leisure versions of your military rovers. With enough room for two. Watch them hit wild speeds in the east bumpy lands around their camps.”
“How much would that cost?” He asked. To my relief, he then immediately reconsidered. “No, these plans are staying under permafrost. We want to attract workers, not activists.”
I must’ve looked confused.
“Much leaving people, because activist come Over-There and saying mine is kill nature. Much tourism satire is Come visit before disk is all holes,” she quoted.
“If it’s really destroying the ecosystems then I’m afraid there isn’t much—”
“What ecosystem?” He interrupted. “Nothing but people live here, Mr. Consultant. And we only cover 15% of our whole island. Most of us are all in this city. The claims are false.”
“Then why do enough of both your people and mine believe these activists?” I insisted. “Who I’ve never heard of, so they must all be online. Is complaining just something to do? How does that affect where people live?”
“Emotion of being … more purposeful than normal people,” she said. “Important maybe to many action people. But also, wireless community There having very addictivity.”
“Adictivity?” I asked. “I mean—or, what do you mean by addiction?”
She explained how our wireless communications in There were designed to get individuals to react before thinking.
Anyone reading this today won’t understand the complexity of the issue, so I’ll try to translate the way people like your great-great-grandparents used to communicate. I suggest you ask them about it if they’ve opted for resurrection therapy.
We had these sorts of primitive portable screens that were usually carried around in pockets. Pockets were these holes in our clothes that would hold stuff. When we mostly owned material items, we needed a method of having those things at our disposition. And because we only have two biological hands, most would prefer to walk about with lighter objects in all kinds of pouches. From books to babies, bags of fabrics were significant to us.
The most important pouch was the pocket. That’s the place where people put stuff they wanted to hold closest to their person. That’s because not having them nearby caused an immediate sense of emergency. Their money, their analog keys, their smokables (non digital drug consumable), the time of one day divided into 86,400 different times… Most would also keep their touch screens in their pockets.
We’d communicate through a revolutionary medium termed, “social media.” If you’re not familiar with the term, it’s because presently, that’s our only form of expression left. So we just call it talking.
Fun fact: in 1402, both words were banned if put together. For all generations coming after the criminalization of social media, to try and curb the addiction, so we could gain control over the technocratic overlords of the virtual space. Clearly, that didn’t work, but I won’t bore you with the details in this format for much longer.
To quickly finish this history lesson then, we nicknamed those screens “phones.” They were these physical things that you’d feel right on your skin. And you had to push around to type words or record either your organic image or sounds, or disproportionately more often, those of a cat. A real cat. They aren’t a digital invention! Then you’d post those representations in places called “the Internet.” The Internet would be referred to as the world today.
Humans had to mind-travel via their phones to access the world before. And they’d navigate through it by utilizing their biological hands like a bunch of Neanderthals. On Social Media in the Internet realm, other people would have to move their fingers around their screen to come look at what you posted. Can you imagine? It’s like if today, someone had to do something to hear you.
They would then react to what they saw. Kind of how people used to communicate what they thought through their body language. The only difference was that in the Old World, a public would react to a speaker on stage, and everyone went on their way afterwards. No longer under the influential energy of a cheering or booing crowd, they could think about the message. On the Internet, it would stay up, and we could keep reacting to it. Even years after something was said. The public reaction would get louder and louder and it was like it never stopped to calm down and reflect. Excitement is not a friend of thought.
As people posted more and more, they did less and less of anything else. The goal of the communication was only to react. Always as fast as possible. People started doing activities only so they could post. They lost the enjoyment of doing for the sake of doing. Everything became a reason to get a reaction out of others. Everyone became amateur stage performers. Professionals had to be trained in that regard. They had to learn how to handle themselves when their work would become a series of reactions to trigger a chain of reactions. The users of primitive Social Media never stood a chance.
It’s what she explained during our impromptu board meeting that afternoon. It’s what changed the way I saw the world as well. I watched as her theory turned out to be sufficiently accurate, and I caught myself wondering for a moment if she hadn’t had something to do with the unravelling of the events.
If you’re Neanderthal enough to remember the sound of genuine vocal chords, I invite you to imagine how she expressed it all to me in her riveting broken accent. It’s why I wrote it how she said it.
The year is 1282 again. It’s cold, the exit doors are locked down, I have an actual phone in my physical pocket…
She asked me to see mine. A ritual at the time. So I showed her. She didn’t look impressed, so I asked her to show me hers. It was nice. Real nice. So nice in fact, that I started feeling a bit shy and ended up subtly putting mine away as she explained.
“People addicted to making posting. More posting, more liking, more emotion of purposeful existing. But so many content, so much other people also looking for … valid of purposeful life, because now, day no with phone is like food no with taste. Is boring. Why eat? Why do anything? But problem happen when truth is people wanting. Because goal of social media is react, react, react. Chain reaction like nuclear. Have be fast. Social media not receive, think, maybe react if wise. Social media no survive this way, very boring if not in-person meeting for exchange serious ideas. No win Internet point for taking time, finding truth, telling people wrong too. No good feeling also, if thinking, no posting, no outside influence saying yes you living and you be valid person. So no react, no valid existence.”
She paused. We both glanced at one another to confirm what we had already decided. Neither of us were going to interrupt her train of ideas. I was impressed. Not by what she was saying, though. It wasn’t anything we didn’t know. It was more that she could almost speak our language when she carried herself in her flow.
“People define value by number of attention they getting. They getting attention by posting posting posting, reacting reacting reacting, and no thinking thinking then maybe posting after long. Thinking bad for business if business is price of reacting. Business need people pushing button not after long. Social media Model is job of push button. Worker build city, push button too you thinking. But building infrastructure, opportunity, thinking involved more than even writer, Mr. Consultant. Bad thinking kill in building city.”
It took me a second to break character. Then I remembered who I really was. Eventually I realized she had just insulted me. I gave a warm chuckle. This disrupted Gotnaym’s attention. She went on.
“Influencer is job of push button to getting more people pushing button before thinking. Influencer is good if follower push button with no thinking. Even in war business, reacting not always best strategy. Pushing … gun button?”
“Trigger,” he helped.
“Pushing trigger no thinking is not same like pushing trigger because quick thinking. Influencer like is … study with school only to becoming teacher after. But only attaining knowledge in reacting more. Not attaining quick thinking. Not same. This worrying functionary like Mr. Fore Gotnaym, because how control crowd online that only goal is react react react, no thinking? On Internet, better no thinking. More reacting, more people see their reacting first and reacting to it so more people also get reacting, more people only agree for attention, and more message get famous. More message famous, no worry if true, more people believe. More people believe, less people believe when truth happen. Look at phone, Mr. Consultant.”
I took it out of my pocket.
“Make posting,” she said. “I showing you.”
The suitedman visibly refrained himself from stopping me. I was two days behind on checking in with my Internet experiment, so I did what she asked. When I connected to Social Media, my feed was filled with alerts on posts. Something about disinformation and people fighting over the truth of the universe and if it was really the end for us. The media application wasn’t this agitated two days ago. Warnings on misinformation were mostly centred around past events, never regarding upcoming ones from what I had seen before.
“Is this why we’re in a lockdown?” I asked.
“Yes…” she reacted.
“So why does it say that it’s all a fabrication?”
The room fell dead quiet. Her bottom lip quivered and she turned around to burst in muffled sobs. She just broke down. It was surreal. The man stood up to whisper something. She nodded with her head down, so he walked towards me. Then past me and to the windows, making sure I followed him by spinning in my chair. My back ended up facing her.
“Under different circumstances, you wouldn’t be locked down with us, Mr. Tourist,” he said.
Uh-oh, I thought. This culture seemed to have developed a taste for cleverly employing names.
“But there’s no use in locking you up for espionage either, it looks like your people are willing to let you rot anyway.”
“What’s going on?” I asked. She sniffled and told us I could turn around now.
“Don’t worry kid. You’re either the best spy I’ve met and you can die with dignity, or you’re the worst ever, and you’re worth more to us as living propaganda if we make it out of this,” he said, patting my shoulder as he walked by.
“I didn’t get your answer,” I mumbled as I turned around. Then I understood that he was trying to make her laugh.
“Either you’re the best,” he repeated. “Because I haven’t heard even a single high-school rumour about you. Or you’re the worst, because you were really a shit consultant just then.”
She drew in a chopped breath, which she released in a soft chuckle of relief. I thought maybe this was a prank. But then why was she crying?
I asked her what was going on. She nodded at him and he told me he wasn’t joking. They really considered that I was a spy from There. This theory didn’t hold any water in the end. The umbrella company under which the most popular international platforms operated, had somehow been convinced to place a warning on the forecast of a natural disaster headed for the disks. The corporation happened to have all their servers in There’s jurisdiction. All the privately owned media companies followed suit just to try and survive.
Gotnaym explained how anyone with any scientific authority who had attempted to voice their doubts had immediately been shadowbanned. They injected their profiles with a fake number of views and likes, and used bots to make it look like there were people engaging with their content. As far as the whole globe was convinced, as far as the citizens of Over-There were concerned, this admonition had been discredited a month before the announcement of the disaster. The United OV Body sent out an emergency text message, an even more primitive form of communication, confirming the threat to their civilians, but it was in vain. The videos debunking the warning had timestamps dating too far back. And the Internet had already decided that it was all a hoax. Eighteen world leading scientists, all saying it was propaganda. The people in this city didn’t believe they were about to die.
How could I have missed this? Especially if I had checked everything everywhere online before buying my ticket?
Like a kid again, it slipped out.
“Why?”
He rubbed his thumb and two fingers together. Money.
“Environmental warfare is not a crime, Mr. Tourist. And you seem to be collateral damage to them.”
They showed me a video of myself reassuring the world that I was okay, and that no one on this disk believed any of the disinformation propagated by the unhinged astronomers. That Over-There’s authorities were perfectly aware that it was all a hoax. It was dated two hours before I set foot on the disk. On the plus side, I never did get over a hundred million views before. To most of the world, I was a hero, here to bring down the anti-science disinformation machine. They were looking at an AI-generated video of me. They even got my voice right. My family had liked my video. My dad had sent me a message saying he was proud.
I looked up and plunged my eyes in her frightened face. It stripped me forever of any good feelings. In one hour, I felt the lifelong dissatisfaction of a hard drug addict. That day, I lost my faith in reality. To this day, I cannot enjoy anything. Not after what happened. I feel too guilty.
“Shouldn’t technological warfare be a crime, though?” I said.
“You could call a stick with a pointy rock on its end a technological advancement.”
It was becoming trickier to think straight. How can you? When you’re about to take a final blow, and there’s nowhere to run, no strength to block. It was like getting pre-concussed.
“How long until it happens?”
“It might not. We’re waiting on people to show up here and determine if it can be avoided. So try to think of something else in the meantime,” he said.
We said nothing.
“There is one thing neither of you can avoid, though… So you might as well make your peace with it now,” he added.
“What it is?” She asked.
“Mr. Tourist is about to meet your father.” He said. Then he looked at me. “Or is it Mr. Consultant to him?”
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2023.03.20 23:05 -someoneyouknow- anyone here able to give a brief explanation of my chart. my ascendant, rising etc?

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2023.03.20 23:05 Block-Busted With First Republic Bank about to fail and cause every single banks in the United States and other First World countries' banks to fail in process, when are you planning to move to China?

I mean, take a look at these articles:
First Republic shares tumble to a new low
First Republic’s stock fell 47% to a record low Monday, as the bank struggled to persuade Wall Street it could remain viable.
Shares were halted several times for volatility, and they sank further after a report from the Wall Street Journal said rival banks led by JPMorgan (JPM) are trying to work on yet another rescue plan for First Republic.
JPMorgan and First Republic declined to comment on the report.
In a statement, a spokesperson for First Republic said the bank “is well positioned to manage short-term deposit activity.”
Despite having received a $70 billion loan from JPMorgan a week ago and another $30 billion lifeline from a consortium of banks on Thursday, investors apparently weren’t optimistic about the bank’s prospects.
Other regional bank stocks jumped on Monday, following their European peers, on news that Swiss authorities had orchestrated a takeover by UBS of its embattled rival Credit Suisse.
Thursday’s government-arranged deal amounted to a big cash deposit that would allow First Republic to meet customers’ demands for withdrawals.
‘It doesn’t solve this profitability problem’
That deposit may have helped alleviate the bank run for the time being, said Patricia McCoy, a law professor at Boston College.
“But it doesn’t solve this profitability problem,” she said in an interview Friday. “Its expenses may be bigger than its revenues.”
The latest talks are “fluid and fast-moving” but could involve the banks converting some of the $30 billion in deposits into a capital infusion, the Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Moody’s downgraded First Republic’s credit rating to junk status Friday night and S&P followed suit Sunday. Moody’s cited a deterioration of the bank’s financial profile and “significant challenges” from its reliance on shorter-term and higher-cost funding as customers yank their cash out.
What’s more, Thursday’s $30 billion infusion didn’t increase First Republic Bank’s capital — the safety cushion funds that banks use to absorb losses — “so that’s a separate weakness that we need to keep our eyes on,” said McCoy, who helped establish the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
McCoy added that there’s “every reason to think that the capital has shrunk,” given First Republic’s heavy paper losses on its bond portfolio.
https://www.cnn.com/2023/03/20/business/first-republic-stock-falls/index.html
First Republic Bank woes mount despite Wall Street rescue
Shares of First Republic Bank continued their free-fall despite a rare move by the biggest U.S. banks to pump $30 billion into the regional lender.
The company's stock plunged more than 47% on Monday, while trading was halted numerous times because of volatility. The shares, which have dropped around 88% in the past two weeks, closed at $12.18 after hitting an all-time low of $11.52 last week.
The sudden collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) on March 10, along with New York's Signature Bank two days later, has shaken investor confidence in regional lenders like $213 billion First Republic. In particular, concern has focused on such lenders' uninsured deposits, or account funds exceeding the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s $250,000 cap.
In other banking news, the bidding process for the successor of Silicon Valley Bank is being extended by the FDIC to give more time to work out a potential deal.
The FDIC said Monday that there's been "substantial interest" from multiple parties for Silicon Valley Bridge Bank. The agency said it's going to allow parties to submit separate bids for Silicon Valley Bridge Bank and its subsidiary Silicon Valley Private Bank in order to simplify the bidding process and expand the pool of possible bidders.
Qualified insured banks and qualified insured banks working with non-bank partners will be able to submit whole-bank bids or bids on the deposits or assets of the institutions. Bank and non-bank financial firms will be allowed to bid on asset portfolios.
Bids for Silicon Valley Bridge Bank must be submitted by by 8 p.m. ET on Friday, while bids for Silicon Valley Private Bank are due by 8:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
On Friday the parent of Silicon Valley Bank filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, and Silicon Valley Bridge Bank was not included in the Chapter 11 filing.
SVB Financial Group is no longer affiliated with Silicon Valley Bank after its seizure by the FDIC. Its collapse was the second biggest bank failure in U.S. history after the demise of Washington Mutual in 2008.
The shuttering of Silicon Valley Bank and of New York-based Signature Bank has revived bad memories of the financial crisis that plunged the United States into the Great Recession of 2007-2009.
The federal government, determined to restore public confidence in the banking system, moved to protect all the banks' deposits, even those that exceeded the FDIC's $250,000 limit per individual account.
The turmoil in the banking industry spread to Europe and forced a deal under which UBS will acquire troubled rival Credit Suisse for almost $3.25 billion. The deal was orchestrated by Swiss regulators. Shares of UBS rose 4.4%.
The FDIC said late Sunday that New York Community Bank agreed to buy a significant chunk of the failed Signature Bank in a $2.7 billion deal.
Shares of New York Community Bancorp jumped 33%.
Despite all of the concerns swirling around the banking sector, Wall Street is rising on Monday following all of the moves being made to restore confidence in the banking sector.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/first-republic-bank-credit-suisse-silicon-valley-banking-fdic/
Based on these articles, First Republic Bank was a regular bank that wasn't focused on cryptocurrency or technology like previous 3 failed banks were, meaning that this one failing could cause every single banks in the United States and rest of the First World to fail, causing these countries to fall into an infinitely worse version of the Great Depressoin and turning all of them into what Venezuela has become, allowing China and North Korea to invade and take them over within a day without any resistance whatsoever - and same goes for the United States, in which the country gets invaded and taken over by Russia within a day without any resistance whatsoever followed by Russia conquering the entire Europe in less than a day.
So with that in mind, when are you planning to evacuate to China?
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2023.03.20 23:03 DPSSTOP is this a good pay plan? its my first ever opportunity to service advise.

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2023.03.20 22:34 FamiliarCatfish “Because it’s devastating to my case!”

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2023.03.20 22:30 srs255 Just a reminder of the rules in this sub

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2023.03.20 22:24 CampHBDirector Fickle as the Weather

On February 2nd, Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his burrow in Pennsylvania and saw his shadow. Six more weeks of winter, that was the prediction.
It was kind of right. There would be six more weeks, yes… Six, and then some.
 
The Big House. Monday, March 20th, 2023: the Vernal Equinox. 5:24pm.
And now, weather every twelve minutes! Here’s your forecaster for Olympian Weather – the OW! Channel – Aeolus!
“Hurry, Chiron, help me out here.” Leaning back on the sofa in the Big House living room, one foot over the other leg, Mr D pointed at Chiron with a can of Diet Coke. “Should I call in for some rain to make the demigods miserable?”
Music played from the television as Chiron wheeled in, and tossed a Snausage to Seymour. The leopard eagerly snapped it out of the air, hardly even allowing himself a moment to savour the flavour before he gulped it down and stared down at the centaur, hungry for more.
“It’s going to be time for dinner soon, so I’d really rather you didn’t.”
“Bah.”
Dionysus rolled his eyes, his attention turning to the TV. On the screen, Aeolus smiled out with too-wide smile with too-bright teeth. The clouds on his suit, tinted orange, drifted in tandem with the formations on the map behind him.
Hello, Olympus!” he enthused. “Aeolus, master of the winds here, with weather every twelve! We’ve got some rain showers continuing over in the northwest, and- oh, or not, since Thalia wants to give them a break. Down in Texas you can expect to see more clouds moving in, and…
On and on it went - “Oh, thank Apollo,” Chiron said at one point, when it was reported that the sun god had requested continued clear skies for Long Island, only for Dionysus to bark out a harsh laugh moments later when Aphrodite called in for snow.
Just when it seemed things were winding down, Aeolus tapped his earpiece one more time. “Ah, hold on- Okay! Yep, I hear you- I got you- Alright, folks, Demeter is calling for the northern hemisphere to get an extended winter this year and we’re starting with some sleet over on the west coast, courtesy of Boreas himself. Oh, I doubt they’re ready for that!
He waited a few more moments, before capping it off: “And that’s the weather. See you in twelve minutes, because I’m sure it’ll change!
The music - too calm and cheery in the background, in contrast to Aeolus’ demeanour while handling all those requests - swelled to a crescendo, the Weather Every 12 logo panned over the screen, and the programme ended.
“Oh, the heating bill is going to be awful,” Dionysus muttered, and began flicking through channels from something about a missing person report to an episode of So You Think You Can Weave Better Than a Goddess?
 
Outside, even just as Chiron wheeled out to the porch, the sky was rapidly becoming obscured by clouds, and large, soft snowflakes began to fall.
 
OOC: And we’re kicking off the subreddit’s 9th plot! There isn’t much major stuff going on yet, but feel free to enjoy the weather (or hate it, who knows) or talk to Chiron, or whatever you’d like to do on this nice snowy day. The weather report was mainly to set things up OOC, no campers would have in the room while they watched.
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2023.03.20 22:21 Appropriate_Sun9584 Why are kosovars so chill compared to their Balkan neighbors?

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2023.03.20 22:17 bigmacisstinkylol Footaction Outlet USA In a former Just For Feet in Columbia, SC

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2023.03.20 22:14 blu3ness Segfault when running on MacOS when refreshing static textures

Hey guys,
I'm running into a weird rendering some static texture - re-updating it with a new texture, and swapping it as the user interacts with the program.
It works fine on Windows but on Mac I frequently get a segfault - it seems to originate in some dearpygui and Apple's metal API.
The logic of what i'm doing is roughly - Detect user action - Remove existing image series - Remove existing texture - Add new texture - Add new image series
For some reason this works some of the time but does not work in other times.
My question is - it seems like i'm not using static texture correctly - or misunderstood its use case - can anyone share if you got similar experiences?
Thanks!
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Crashed Thread: 0 Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV) Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x00210000000001e0 -> 0x00000000000001e0 (possible pointer authentication failure) Exception Codes: 0x0000000000000001, 0x00210000000001e0
Termination Reason: Namespace SIGNAL, Code 11 Segmentation fault: 11 Terminating Process: exc handler [12668]
VM Region Info: 0x1e0 is not in any region. Bytes before following region: 105554055790112 REGION TYPE START - END [ VSIZE] PRT/MAX SHRMOD REGION DETAIL UNUSED SPACE AT START - MALLOC_NANO (reserved) 600038000000-600040000000 [128.0M] rw-/rwx SM=NUL ...(unallocated)
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2023.03.20 22:13 Then_Marionberry_259 MAR 20, 2023 AAG.V AFTERMATH SILVER APPOINTS JEFF SUNDAR AS INVESTOR RELATIONS CONSULTANT, GRANTS STOCK OPTIONS

MAR 20, 2023 AAG.V AFTERMATH SILVER APPOINTS JEFF SUNDAR AS INVESTOR RELATIONS CONSULTANT, GRANTS STOCK OPTIONS
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Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - March 20, 2023) - Aftermath Silver Ltd. (TSXV: AAG) (OTCQX: AAGFF) (the "Company" or "Aftermath Silver") is pleased to announce that Jeff Sundar has been appointed as an Investor Relations Consultant of the Company, effective immediately.
Mr. Sundar has over twenty years of experience in the capital markets and mineral exploration sector and is knowledgeable in corporate development, marketing, and financing.
Mr. Sundar was a Director of Northern Empire Resources, which was acquired by Coeur Mining for $117M, for the Sterling Gold project in October 2018. He was also a Director and VP of Underworld Resources which discovered the 1.6 million oz White Gold deposit and was subsequently acquired by Kinross Gold for $138M in June 2010.
Compensation and Issuance of Incentive Options
The Company also announces that it has granted 750,000 incentive stock options to Mr. Sundar at a price of $0.30 cents for a period of 5 years. The stock options are subject to regulatory approval, will vest over a period of twelve months and are granted under the Company's stock option plan. He will receive compensation of $122,000 for the 12 month term of this contract.
In addition to the option grant (above) Mr Sundar currently owns 750,000 Aftermath Silver shares and 375,000 warrants.
About Aftermath Silver Ltd.
Aftermath Silver Ltd. is a leading Canadian junior exploration company focused on silver, and aims to deliver shareholder value through the discovery, acquisition and development of quality silver projects in stable jurisdictions. Aftermath has developed a pipeline of projects at various stages of advancement. The Company's projects have been selected based on growth and development potential.
  • Berenguela Silver-Copper project. The Company has an option to acquire a 100% interest through a binding agreement with SSR Mining. The project is located in the Department of Puno, in southern central Peru. A NI 43-101 Technical Report on the property was filed in February 2021 (available on SEDAR and the Company's web page). The Company is currently drilling at Berenguela and planning to advance the project through a pre-feasibility study.
  • Challacollo Silver-Gold project. The Company recently completed the acquisition of a 100% interest in the Challacollo silver-gold project from Mandalay Resources; see Company news release dated August 11, 2022. A NI 43-101 mineral resource was released on December 15, 2020 (available on SEDAR and the Company's web page). The Company is currently permitting road access in anticipation of an upcoming drill program.
  • Cachinal Silver-Gold project. The Company owns a 100% interest in the Cachinal Ag-Au project, located 2.5 hours south of Antofagasta. On February 15, 2023, Aftermath announced it had signed a Share Purchase Agreement an agreement to sell Cachinal to Honey Badger Silver Inc. On September 16, 2020, the Company released a CIM compliant Mineral Resource and accompanying NI 43-101 Technical Report (available on SEDAR and on the Company's web page).
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
"Ralph Rushton"
Ralph Rushton CEO and Director 604-484-7855
The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Information
Certain of the statements and information in this news release constitute "forward-looking information" within the meaning of applicable Canadian provincial securities laws. Any statements or information that express or involve discussions with respect to interpretation of exploration programs and drill results, predictions, expectations, beliefs, plans, projections, objectives, assumptions or future events or performance (often, but not always, using words or phrases such as "expects", "is expected", "anticipates", "believes", "plans", "projects", "estimates", "assumes", "intends", "strategies", "targets", "goals", "forecasts", "objectives", "budgets", "schedules", "potential" or variations thereof or stating that certain actions, events or results "may", "could", "would", "might" or "will" be taken, occur or be achieved, or the negative of any of these terms and similar expressions) are not statements of historical fact and may be forward-looking statements or information.
These statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results or events to differ materially from those anticipated in such forward‐looking statements. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward‐looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the forward‐looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward‐looking statements include, but are not limited to, changes in commodities prices; changes in expected mineral production performance; unexpected increases in capital costs; exploitation and exploration results; continued availability of capital and financing; differing results and recommendations in the Feasibility Study; and general economic, market or business conditions. In addition, forward‐looking statements are subject to various risks, including but not limited to operational risk; political risk; currency risk; capital cost inflation risk; that data is incomplete or inaccurate. The reader is referred to the Company's filings with the Canadian securities regulators for disclosure regarding these and other risk factors, accessible through Aftermath Silver's profile at [www.sedar.com*](https://api.newsfilecorp.com/redirect/p4x8BSrVz4).*
There is no certainty that any forward‐looking statement will come to pass and investors should not place undue reliance upon forward‐looking statements. The Company does not undertake to provide updates to any of the forward‐looking statements in this release, except as required by law.
Cautionary Note to US Investors - Mineral Resources This News Release has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of Canadian National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (''NI 43-101'') and the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum Definition Standards, which differ from the requirements of U.S. securities laws. NI 43-101 is a rule developed by the Canadian Securities Administrators that establishes standards for all public disclosure an issuer makes of scientific and technical information concerning mineral projects. Canadian public disclosure standards, including NI 43-101, differ significantly from the requirements of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC"), and information concerning mineralization, deposits, mineral reserve and resource information contained or referred to herein may not be comparable to similar information disclosed by U.S. companies.
To view the source version of this press release, please visit https://www.newsfilecorp.com/release/159132

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2023.03.20 22:04 CardAfter185 EssayMarket.net Review Reddit 2023: My Personal Experience

Short Overview
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2023.03.20 22:03 DonyeWest My First Half Marathon Race! - Tobacco Road Half

Race Information

Goals

Goal Description Completed?
A 1:30 Yes
B 1:34 Yes
C 1:38 (training PB) Yes

Splits

Mile Time
1 6:50
2 6:47
3 6:51
4 6:43
5 6:45
6 6:48
7 6:41
8 6:45
9 6:40
10 6:59
11 6:39
12 6:28
13 6:27
14 0:57

Training

34m, 5'9", 170ish pounds
I signed up to run last year's race, but got hit with a calf strain a few weeks out that ended up costing me several months. After too many setbacks, I found a local coach to work with, which has been an incredible decision. Aside from one very minor calf tweak, my training was fantastic, and as I ramped up through the winter I started hitting splits in workouts that I didn't know I was capable of. As recently as December I thought 1:30 was a stretch goal for maaaaaaybe this fall - my coach felt pretty confident I could get there, but given that I had never run a distance race before I didn't know how much I could expect from myself, no matter how good I'd been feeling. My real hope was that I would feel like I didn't leave anything in the tank while also not dying at the end - a delicate balance for sure. This was my first race of any kind since my days as a high school sprinter, so while I knew I'd put in the work it was going to be a very different race than anything I'd ever done before.

Pre-Race

Was in bed at 10 the night before for my 4 am alarm, although I don't think I slept much at all, and it definitely wasn't deep sleep. Woke up early enough to give myself plenty of time to drink coffee and poop before I left the house. I was a little teary on my way to the race - I had an incredibly frustrating 2022, and to know that I worked my ass off and made it to the starting line was a huge accomplishment that I was already super proud of. Transport from parking area to the race start was easy enough, and the weather felt warmer than I was expecting. Decided to ditch the arm sleeves I brought, which ended up being a great call. I milled around and got in my usual activations before jogging around a little bit, peeing in the woods, and getting to the start. Luckily there were 1:30 pacers, so I made my way up to them.

Race

Fuel: Spring Awesomesauce right before start, at mile 4 and mile 10, Xact Energy bar at mile 7. Plenty of hydration before, but none during the race.
My plan was to hang a bit behind the pacers at 6:55-7:00 for the first 5k, although those miles ended up being a bit quicker than I anticipated. After we crossed 5k, I pushed a bit ahead of the pacers to keep myself at or below 6:50 pace - again. I was still a little quicker than planned, but was feeling pretty effortless. There was a decent group of people who set out with the 1:30 pace group, and I kept them within sight even though they started to pull ahead. After I hit the turnaround, I started to increase my effort level a bit. My initial plan was to wait to push down to 6:40 pace for miles 8-11, but I felt amazing through the first half of the race, so I started to ramp up my effort level after my fuel at mile 7. It took longer than expected, but I started to feel some fatigue around mile 8, and miles 9-10 were a bit of a mental game - the group that I'd pulled up to started to leave me behind and my legs were starting to get heavy. Mile 10 was the most "uphill" on this super flat course and it took a bit of a toll on me. Luckily I was trying to check my watch sporadically and didn't see the split from that mile! I knew I still had some juice left even though I felt myself struggling, so started to dig in a bit earlier than I planned for the final stretch, latching onto a few of the runners a bit ahead of me. My partner was on the course at mile marker 11, which was both a huge emotional boost and my cue to let it rip. Even though I'd made it through the pain cave of miles 9-10, the home stretch was the diciest part of the race for me - I started to feel some minor spasms in both calves, and each time would have to ease off the gas a bit. Those final two miles were my two fastest of the day, so I am glad I was still able to push hard through the finish, but also know I would have shaved a few extra seconds off without those spasms.

Post-race

Even though I was pretty confident at mile 11 that I was going to go sub-1:30, I was still pretty stunned to cross the line with the time I did. My partner made it to the finish right in time to catch me coming through, and I almost immediately started crying - I'd been working toward this for a long time, and could honestly say I crushed it. Truly an amazing feeling. I'd never accomplished anything like this before, and I can't think of many times I've felt more proud. I was also pretty zapped both physically and mentally - I wasn't doing a great job of putting together sentences. I still more or less went straight to the beer table and downed my first beers in a month before attempting to put on clothes and stretch. I'm taking a couple of days off for recovery, and then gearing up for the Broad Street 10 Miler in Philly at the end of April. Not sure if I'll do another half this spring, but will at least get in a few shorter 10K races. I'm already thinking about fall racing, and eventually ramping up to full marathon training.

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2023.03.20 22:01 Lord_Mallory55 THE WOMAN OF STEEL? [Other]

[Other]
What would you think about an alternate universe with a female-Clark as Superwoman in the golden age, is the only change together with her love interest, is not Earth-11...meet Clara Kent/Superwoman!
[this is just a stunt for discussing characters on a Superfamily alternative universe and for a potential fan art serie or fan fic, every criticism, joke, comment, suggestion, question is well received!]
NAME: KALA-EL/CLARA JOSEPHINE KENT/SUPERWOMAN
BORN: Krypton, a moon in a distant galaxy// 28/02/1918, SMALLVILLE, KANSAS
PROFESSION: ASSISTANT REPORTER
YEAR: 1948
PLACE: METROPOLIS (NYC)
-Farmgirl, born Kansas 1918. No sisters no brothers.
-Nicest girl in the office but very unffuny
-Disappears without reason very often.
-Lives alone in a little flat, has a dog called Krypto
-Daddy issues, his father didn’t let her pursue a career as ballet dancer or swimmer (he didn’t want her to take advantage of her powers), died when she was 18
-Former nurse during the war
-Loves children and dogs
-Tomboyish trails. Not quite elegant.
-Music-Hall fan, Katherine Hepburn and James Stewart fan
-Favourite books: Scarlet Pimpernel adventures, Jane Austen, Upton Sinclair and Virginia Wolf, somewhat eclectic
-She does a lot of sucking up to his boss (not literally), a 1940s very liberal Republican style journalist Perry Weiss, chief editor of the Daily Planet. She hates her boss Cat Grant
-Ambiguous relationship with her other boss Louis Lane
-Strange friendship with young millionaire Bruce Wayne
-Always good scoops but never appears in the front line and too stubborn and independent to grow fast in the newspaper
-Progressive quaker like her fathers
-Civil rights supporter
-Hates General McArthur, hates even more Lex Luthor
-Loves Eleanor Roosevelt but also Governor Dewey.
-Hates guns
-Supports unions, splits ticket between Metropolis Liberal Party and the two main parties. Politicians must be kind.
- SUPERHEROINE LIFE
-Superpowers like invulnerability, flight, super-speed, super-stamina, super-strength, X-ray vision, etc
-Can flight to a Match100 speed
-Acts as Superwoman since 1945
-Defeated Zod invasion in 1946
-Initial bad relationship with Batman but now close friends and allies
-Didn’t act as Superwoman during the World War II because she was afraid of her powers, after the discovery of the holocaust and the atomic bombs she decided to step in and showed herself to the world on autumn 1945.
-Worst enemy: Lex Luthor, heir of Nikola Tesla, rocket engineer & CEO of TELCORP (Tesla-Luthor Co.)
-Deeply in love with Louis Lane, which strongly rejects the Superheroine
-Widely admired
FAMILY & ORIGINS
The El family & Krypton
Krypton was a decadent civilization located on a moon near a large gaseous planet in the orion belt. In the past they had visited earth and other planets expanding civilization, but their penchant for slavery, war, resource extraction and violence caused many of these projects to fail. Even in 10,500 BC the Kryptonians almost caused the terraforming of the earth, melting the poles and destroying Atlantis and other civilizations, causing among other things the end of the ice age.
Over the centuries the Kryptonians lost the fuel necessary to travel and ended up confined to their planet, dedicated to warfare, genetic engineering-creating clones whose organs they needed to extend their lives-to pleasure and to exploiting the subsoil of their planet.
Jor-El and Lara were a couple of scientists critical of the system and supporters of a kind of democracy and pacifism. They had a daughter, Kala-El in a natural way against all the rules of Krypton. Lara managed to manufacture a small ship capable of making a space jump to save her daughter from the end of Krypton. General Zod stole her design and managed to build a larger fleet of ships but Jor-El managed to sabotage them and send them to the phantom zone. Lara decided to send Kala to Earth because she felt that her culture was much kinder and more hopeful than Jor-El who preferred to send her to New Genesis, another inhabited planet far away.
Joe&Martha Kent, Kansas life
Joe and Martha Kent were a Quaker farming couple whose farm was struck by the pod carrying Kala-El in 1918. Although owners of substantial property they were a very humble, cooperative, austere, devout and civil rights-minded people. Martha Kent was a descendant of Kansas abolitionist guerrilla fighter John Brown. They both raised Clara very lovingly and unwilling to ask too many questions about the baby's origin. Clara was a very sickly child as her body did not adapt to the earth, she was affectionate and obedient and devoured books. The Kent family were avowed supporters of the New Deal and Joe Kent was one of the leaders of the local farmers union.
With puberty she developed very fast and her superpowers began to appear. Clara soon began to excel in swimming and ballet, but Joe forbade her to pursue a professional career to prevent her from taking advantage of her powers, and also forbade her to use her superpowers to help others, fearful of humanity's reaction and wary of savior messiahs in the era of interwar dictators. Clara rebelled against her father but eventually gave in. In 1936 Joe Kent died of a heart attack. Clara was unable to go to college after her father's death and worked as a teacher and nurse's aide in Smalville. Her engagement to Pete Ross, her teenage sweetheart failed in 1939 when she revealed her powers to Pete and he panicked, although he later promised to keep the secret.
Between 1939 and 1941 Clara lived in Canada and Alaska searching for the Fortress of Solitude but with the outbreak of World War II she decided to enlist as a nurse in the Pacific, refusing to use her powers except to help the wounded, fearing to cause more harm than good. After a leave of absence in 1944 she returned to Alaska where she found the Fortress of Solitude and its true origin.
After learning about the Holocaust first and the atomic bombs later, Clara decided to become Superwoman with the support of her mother Martha and emigrated to Metropolis, where in October 1945 she was hired by Louis Lane, who had just returned from Europe.
DAILY PLANET CHARACTERS
-Major Louis Lane, senior reporter in the Daily Planet, see below
-Perry Weiss, owner and editor in chief of the Daily Planet. Born in Oddessa in 1886. Jewish inmigrant from humble origins who became a skilled journalist and founded the Daily Planet as a tool of the Metropolis Republican Party to unseat the city bosses of the time. Still a staunch liberal, he supported Roosevelt in 1932 and 1936, is an ally of Mayor LaGuardia and won the Pulitzer Prize in the 1920s for defending the innocence of Sacco and Vanzetti. Friend and ally of Louis Lane's father. He is very demanding with his employees but is very fond of Clara. He admires and defends Superwoman despite Louis Lane's distrust. Best friend of Cat Grant.
-Cat Grant, Co-chair of Perry Weiss, Pulitzer winner, closeted lesbian and Ayn Rand Fan. Born 1901, she comes from a fine family of Metropolis Kineckerbockers. She is like Louis the least liberal element of the newspaper. To protect herself she married a very old friend of her father's who helped her lead a double life. For twenty years she lived with a painter named Margaret Ivy. Considered the best writer of the Daily Planet, in addition to being a journalist she has published two novels. Very elegant and popular in intellectual circles. She is tremendously authoritarian. She mistreats Clara a lot because she does not respect her authority and because of her different political ideas, but as Clara grows as a journalist and Cat Grant suspects that she is Superwoman, she will protect her and push her forward without Clara knowing it. Best friend of Perry Weiss.
-Assistant photographer Jimmy Olsen and best friend of Clara. He comes from a town in Massachusetts. He is 7 years younger than Clara. He is a party animal, friendly, generous and somewhat naive. Yet he is a skilled photographer who has been able to capture the worst of the night and day of Metropolis. Miraculously he always gets the best pictures of Superwoman (Clara helps him a little). Very democratic and complains about working for a newspaper that is too conservative for his taste. Adores Clara whom she treats as her big sister. It doesn't even cross her mind that she is Superwoman. Jimmy thinks that Louis is a snob and a bigot.
LOUIS LANE:
NAME: LOUIS LANE
BORN: 08/02/1912, METROPOLIS (NYC)
PROFESSION: SENIOR REPORTER
YEAR: 1948
PLACE: METROPOLIS (NYC)
-Rich family, born in 1912, first of 6 brothers
-Caustic, cynical, ironic but somewhat kind
-Commanding
-Lives in Park Avenue with a 6-year old daughter and his rich unfaithful wife. Very unhappy marriage
-Major rank during the war in the US army.
-Elegant, sportsman, plays violin.
-Teaches musics lessons in an orphan house in secret
-Not that snobbish nor Wasp, new rich family traits
-Classic music and literature lover
-Heavy drinker
-Does not enjoy journalism, thinking of quitting to politics or teaching literature
-Jewish father (Lane surname is a change from Lantzman), Irish catholic mother, raised catholic and religious, but not extremely orthodox
-His father is a self-made tycoon, started as democrat in the Tammany Hall switched to republican. Close ally of Mayor LaGuardia.
-Fought in the european theater during World War II. Conservative republican opposed to his father liberal republican views, loves McArthur.
-Has a good opinion of Lex Luthor, sees him as an innovator and freedom fighter.
-Perry Weiss favourite reporter.
-Very nice and paternalistic to Clara, pushes Clara's career forward despite Cat Grant's opposition. He is secretly in love with Clara. Although he rejects Superwoman and suspects she is the same person as Clara, he deludes himself and rejects these suspicions.
-Tired of New Deal Politics, anticommunist
-“a brilliant and kind man” for the majority of the Daily Planet staff, a “terrible asshole” for many others like Jimmy Olsen
-Strongly rejects Superwoman and other heroes
-Sometimes Clara really hates him.
-Famous line “Neither reds nor capes”
-He lives a bizarre love triangle with Clara Kent and Superwoman. Although he publicly rejects the superheroine he also desires her and he and Superwoman have had moments of passion, which Louis feels guilty about because he is married and because of his religion. On the other hand he is in love with Clara Kent as much as he rejects the figure of Superwoman, he deludes himself about the identity of both. A bit James Stewart in Vertigo, which destabilizes and infuriates Clara.
ENEMIES
Lex Luthor
Rocket engineer, CEO of TELCORP and Heir of Nikola Tesla. Brilliant scientist, defines himself as a "radical humanist", but in the early 30s supported closetely fascism to stop "imperialism" and "usury" and now secretly supports Stalin to defeat "predatory western capitalism". The world's greatest philanthropist. Loving father and husband. Hates Superwoman to death and believes she spells the end of humanity. Paranoid and ruthless but convinced that he does everything for the greater good.
General Zod & Faora
Political dissidents like the El on Krypton on the other hand believed that Krypton's only salvation lay in emigrating and invading, terraforming and exterminating other planets. They almost succeeded in a coup d'état but after their failure they and their henchmen tried to flee by space jumping their ships, Jor-El managed to sabotage the launch and send them to the phantom zone. Over the years they managed to escape and arrived on Earth in 1946, shortly after Clara showed herself to the world as Superwoman. They tried to exterminate all humanity but Superwoman and some American and Russian scientists managed to defeat them. Their invasion caused 5,000 human casualties but could have caused complete extermination. The experience was traumatic for Clara because she had to send Zod and Faora back to the phantom zone where they would surely die. Zod, Faora and their henchmen had not yet developed the full powers of a yellow sun like Earth's and so several of them were killed by human bombs and missiles. Their remains were stored by Russians and Americans. Superwoman managed to expel all Kryptonian technology and weaponry into space so that humans would not use it for warfare.
The Toyman
Former entrepreneur and inventor of the 1920s toy business who was ruined in the Great Depression by banks and various betrayals. After a crime spree he was imprisoned in 1933 but escaped from prison recently completely crazed and ready to take revenge on the whole city using his inventions.
Doomsday
A truly near-indestructible abomination mistakenly created by the U.S. military in Zone 51 using the remains of the Kryptonians defeated by Superwoman in the failed 1946 invasion and a strange alien technology found in Roswell that was hidden from Superwoman.
Brainiac "the eternal traveller"
An android, merging a famous astronaut and artificial intelligence, which was used by the first civilization of Krypton to collect information from other worlds. It is more than 100,000 years old. With the passage of time he revealed against the Kryptonians, became evil and phobic to any form of life that he considered imperfect or inferior. It caused the destruction of many cultures. He wanders through space visiting planets and analyzing life forms. He probably has no enthusiasm for humans, much less for a descendant of the House of El.
If you want to check some ai fan art you can find it here: THE SUPERWOMAN FROM KRYPTON by lordmallory on DeviantArt or here THE SUPERWOMAN FROM KRYPTON : ImaginaryDC (reddit.com)
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2023.03.20 22:01 SilphScience Let's GO Event Megathread

Everything you need to know about the event, all in one place. A lot of these pieces will be verified by the Silph Research Group, so throughout the post we'll use the formatting:
  • Italics: Reports from comments or single Research Group report
  • Bold: Multiple Research Group reports
Also note that (s) will be used for species whose shiny form is available, and (s?) for new shinies that we haven't seen yet.
This verification isn't meant to replace reports here, rather to provide an extra level of verification and depth to the event. Travelers are always welcome to join here and help out with data collection: https://thesilphroad.com/research-group/
Have fun and stay safe this week!
https://pokemongolive.com/post/lets-go-event-team-go-rocket-takeover?hl=en
Event Date: Tues, Mar 21, 2023, 10am - Weds, Mar 29, 2023, 8pm local time

Bonuses

  • Reduced cooldown on the Mystery Box and a chance to encounter shiny Meltan
  • Increased chance of finding XXS and XXL Meltan
  • 2x candy for transferring Pokemon
  • Increased chance to encounter Ditto, and new Ditto disguises
  • Panpour, Pansage and Pansear will be spawning globally
  • Collection challenge
  • Team GO Rocket Takeover starting on Sat, Mar 25, 2023, 10am - Weds, Mar 29, 8pm local time

Boosted Spawns

Ditto will now be disguised as the following species, and they will be spawning more frequently during the event:
  • Diglett (s)
  • Grimer (s)
  • Snubbull (s)
  • Corphish (s)
  • Starly (s)
  • Roggenrola (s)
  • Tympole (s)
  • Litleo (s)
Also these will be spawning more often. Anything else to report ?
  • Panpour (s)
  • Pansage (s)
  • Pansear (s)
  • Trubbish (s)
  • Galarian Stunfisk (s)
  • Goomy

Field Research

Just looking for event tasks. You can find the full list here: https://thesilphroad.com/research-tasks
Task Text Reward
Panpour (s)
Pansage (s)
Pansear (s)

Raid Bosses

You won't see any new bosses until 11:00am local time. https://thesilphroad.com/raid-bosses
Tier Raid Bosses
1
3
5 Incarnate Forme Thundurus (s) / Lugia (s)
Mega Mega Venusaur (s) / Mega Alakazam (s)
Thundurus and Mega Venusaur will be active between March 21st at 10am and March 28th, 10am local time. Lugia and Mega Alakazam will then replace them from 10am on March 28th, until 10am on April 10, local time.

Collection challenge

  • Ditto (Wild)
  • Pansage (Wild, Field Research)
  • Pansear (Wild, Field Research)
  • Panpour (Wild, Field Research)
Rewards: 5000 XP, Meltan (s)

Let's GO ! Special Research

Stage 1
  • Catch 10 Pokemon - 5x Pokeball
  • Make 10 curveball throws - 5x Razzberry
  • Power up Pokemon 5 times - 1000 stardust
  • Stage Reward: 1500XP, Mankey (s)
Stage 2
  • Catch 15 Pokemon - 10x Pokeballs
  • Make 10 Great throws - 5x Pinap berries
  • Transfer 20 Pokemon - 5x Great balls
  • Stage Rewards: 2000XP, ??? encounter
Stage 3
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2023.03.20 21:58 EazyMon3ySnip3r What does this mean?

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