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2023.06.09 16:35 SauzaPaul Weekly Watch Report - June 09, 2023

Hey everybody! Drop your recent watches right here, I'd love to hear about 'em.
The Ninth Configuration (1980) Stacy Keach is a military psychiatrist who is newly in charge of an experimental facility in a remote mansion in the Pacific Northwest. Many of the committed soldiers are suspected of feigning insanity to get out of military duty, and Stacy himself is haunted by powerful dreams that he claims are the dreams of another person. This is the directorial debut of William Peter Blatty, based on a novel he wrote before The Exorcist, Twinkle Twinkle Killer Kane. An outstanding supporting cast, and full of comedy and drama, with a hard shift to horrific in the final act. This movie stuck with me for days. (Midnight Pulp)
Renfeild (2023) Dracula’s assistant and his problems in modern day New York in this comedy, with Nic Cage as the Count. A lot of gags hit the mark, particularly the action/violence scenes, but I expected it to be even funnier. I like Akwafina, but as a 5 foot NY cop? Kopwafina? Anyway, no complaints. (Peacock)
Student Body (2022) Teens hanging out in the high school after hours with a slasher dressed as a mascot. Usually when I don’t enjoy modern slashers it’s because of the characters, but not this case, the characters were fine, the premise and execution were as bland as they come. Not recommended. (Showtime)
Becky (2020) An angry teenage girl on a family retreat with her dad and step family get home invaded by Nazi Mall Cop and a former WWF wrestler. She “Home Alone’s” them, but with less comedy and more blood. A fucking shitload of blood, in fact. Good fun, don’t think too hard. (Showtime)
The Killing Kind (1973) John Savage plays a mama’s boy, recently released from prison who gets a bit strangley when sexually aroused in this very cool, Psycho-inspired proto-slasher from Curtis Harrington (Night Tide). With Ann Southern, Ruth Roman, Cindy Williams, Luana Anders, and Sue Bernard (who supplies the nudity). (TUBI)
Count Dracula’s Great Love (1973) A broken carriage forces four beautiful women and one male companion to stay at a nearby castle. They were quite welcome as their host, Count Dracula (Paul Naschy), bit and turned nearly every damn one of them. This one overflowed with blood and boobs from start to finish. The girls even skinny-dipped in a pool, did Romanian castles have modern looking swimming pools at the turn of the century? Maybe. This will not disappoint fans of eurosleaze. The version I saw was dubbed in English from Spanish. (DVD)
The Dracula Saga (1973) Leon Klomovsky, who directed a ton of Paul Naschy films, makes a Dracula movie without Paul Naschy! The Count was a bit of an older gentleman in this one. His pregnant granddaughter comes to stay and Count wants her unborn child to be his heir, as his current heir is a deformed, inbred Cyclops whose giant head resembles a red-haired testicle. Her husband doesn’t take long to be seduced and turned by a house full of she-vamps and our poor heroine is left to fend for herself. The story is a bit uneven, but it’s loaded with blood and tits, and gets increasingly interesting as it progresses. English dub, from Spanish. (DVD)
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2023.06.09 16:34 ThatGuyTy21 Who can I talk to when I need objective financial advice?

I am trying to figure out money management. My parents always say “spend no money” and save, but I don’t even know what I’m saving for if I’m forgoing things that would make our living situation better.
I want help budgeting and figuring out whether financing is good or bad, or when I have enough to spend 1 grand on a new couch. Any tips?
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2023.06.09 16:33 ExiledDude Uniting both sides

Hey, Im new here. In the past few months Ive been having recurrent dreams of something bad, dark and evil, be it a person with a knife, a dark double of me, even a whole dark planet that was consumed by something like a mix of Alien and Venom and was threatening to destroy humanity if a piece of it was brought to Earth. I guess those are all symbols of the shadow, and I think there are a few problems of mine with that side of self - I often suppress my anger, rage and envy for it to leak afterwards without me noticing and making me very ashamed of myself. I tried to look at my past and present from somewhat aggressive side of things - there's reasons for that - but I could never rest my head on choosing that direction of thought because I always think about the possible reasons some people may have acted poorly towards me, humiliated me and told me Im not worthy and that my real self is not good. From my point of view, people who say that are damaged too, the same as me, and I shouldn't really blame them, but for example every time I meet my mother, I shut down all my feelings and act like Im not there for her not to razor my feelings again even though lately she seems to have changed and doesn't say anything bad about me or belittle me anymore. Question: how can I integrate both points of view, i.e. emotional, aggressive and evil and rationalistic and thoughtful?
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2023.06.09 16:33 Flimsy_Interest_9766 What do y'all think about...

I'd like to have an open discussion and hear some of your thoughts on Nika not allowing or wanting her children to have anything good or decent. What could be reasons for this? Do you all think she is intentionally manipulating them psychologically?
Before they moved Nika cooked way better for the kids. It was still a hot mess but she put actual meals together most days. However, they lived in extreme filth and were made to all sleep on the floor of her tiny, dirty room. She purchased way more food and variety of food when they lived there. Fast forward to them now living in a nicer place, she is feeding them literal slop every day. From my account she's maybe prepared 5 meals since they've been there. She's not even frying chicken like she used to and as we can see she has meat to cook. It's as if she does not want them to have too much of something good or nice.
Now on to Dollar Tree, they go every day I have seen Nika make them put back things they chose and direct them to candy or snacks. Granted she's buying the snacks with EBT. BUT why don't at least the older kids go to the freezer section and get microwavable foods? Everything is @ least 1.25, a meal is the same price as a pack of gum. We saw Kiyah and Liyah so hungry the other day that they microwaved and ate a plain potato. The only possible reason these children are not getting food out of DT is because Nika does not allow it. Candy and chips are their only option. WHAT IS THE REASON FOR THIS?!
Nika will spend $13 dollars on a wings and things from Zaxbys for herself, eat it in front of the children, pick over it and complain its nasty. But will make 8 children split a medium pizza or a 40 pc nugget from McD's.
Who has children to make them suffer? How can you be jealous of your children or desire them to be jealous of you? Every thing with Nika is always mine, mine, mine and if they touch it she rants and rages that they are stealing. Wtf is this?
I'd really like to hear all thoughts and opinions on why someone would willfully deny children they claim to love and be so thankful for.
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2023.06.09 16:33 Skirmish101 I should be angry at you.

But it's something I never could hold on to for long when it's not even anger I feel towards you. I'm overwhelmed with hopelessness. I'm sad. I'm lost. I feel destroyed. You said I deserved better and you think I deserved this? What ever the hell this is, is right. Sometimes I wonder if you feel anything towards anyone at all. I guess you'll continue blaming me for the things that weren't true at all and I guess I'll never hear an apology for those either. You act like you couldn't do anything wrong so why should I expect that you do anything right? Watching you smile tells me your better off without me. We had something great. You had something good, but it could have been better. You ending it has put me at a loss. I lost what I couldn't lose. I lost what I had, but so did you.
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2023.06.09 16:33 PolarDorsai Pizza & Coffee Reviews, Part 2--Review structure. Please share thoughts; still brainstorming.

Original post:
So this is what I came up with last night while also searching for a good platform to host these reviews--probably Google Sites so I can integrate the Google Sheet data seamlessly. Please let me know what you think, I'm not super attached to this structure or anything, my main priority is accessibility so that people who want reviews can browse quick and easy (thus the 1-100 ratings) but those who want more in depth, experience-based reviews can get them as well. Without further ado, here is the loose review structure so far; again, all input is welcome, just please be nice/constructive.
Pizza - so I figured I'd order a large pizza, half cheese, half toppings (input on which toppings would be appreciated)
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2023.06.09 16:33 NiceAsset Why FIAT printing is good ELI5 (the three stages of money)

Ok so let’s talk cash money. The fed controls it… it isn’t finite…. Yada yada. There are concerns with the cost of money (the fed rate) and the total amount (printer go brrrrr) but you MUST look at it macroscopically. Let’s make a super simple example to explain why money printing is GOOD, but let’s first explain why it would be BAD to stop printing all together. (Stage 1) Let’s say the 1%’ers decided it was time to pause spending and effectively took their “bucket” of cash off the market; you now have a total money supply of “M = M - 1%_balance”; so what does this do with the total M now? Well the total distributable available cash goes down, making the existing money now cost more because it is in strong demand and short supply. Rates rise, spending decreases, money is taken off the market , supply goes down, cost goes up and forever we are in this cycle . So what do you do? (Stage 2) YOU PRINT MORE MONEY and push it to the market. Now, you might be thinking that this creates inflation as well because now there are more dollars available but you actually will see a decrease in value of the dollar and deflate the economy (money worth less) HOWEVER because of the deflated value you must again adjust by raising rates (Stage 3) to create value again in this new money supply. BUT CAPITALISM! So now enter rise of cost of goods, simply a byproduct of greed, right, wrong , or indifferent. If the cost of money CHANGES then business as a whole changes with it to keep the same bottom line dollar (or increase even) in their pocket. The only thing changing this corporate dollar value is competition. This is where we are now. The cycles repeat endlessly and you should consider it in your investments. The next economic catalyst to move the money market would be anything to cause the 1%ers to close their purse and pause spending. That’s what you are looking for.
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2023.06.09 16:33 FranIvan1 Subreddit Challenge - Room event - ICE CREAM (9 June - 16 June)

Congrats to last event’s winner u/notH1V with 24 upvotes! 🥇🏆
This user remade the famous studio from the TV show The Voice. It is a world-famous competitive singing show in which singers fight for the best voice in the country, mostly undiscovered and uncut diamonds make it to the finals. The studio looks really good with the lights, red chairs and the audience. 10/10 room for me!
Next week -> meme event 😳
Room event's theme - ICE CREAM🍦(9 June - 16 June)
Theme suggested by me!
You can see all the submissions by clicking on the flair of this post "Subreddit Challenge", sorting by new. Definitely check them all out! Upvote the submissions you think should win and if you are brave enough write a comment! (Don’t be shy 😉)
Rules to participate: * Create a room relevant to the theme. The room must be originally created for the event! I dont like copycats 😾 * IMPORTANT! Post a screenshot in this subreddit and use the correct SUBREDDIT CHALLENGE flair (like this post). I wont be able to see your post otherwise! * Vote (by upvoting the posts) on other submitted rooms. * Have fun! * A post with the most upvotes will be the winner and receive the Subreddit Trophy in the game! 🏆 * Every winner is checked by Outerminds for cheating. Cheaters are disqualified.
If you have a suggestion for a subreddit challenge, drop a comment 😉
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2023.06.09 16:33 StrangeChipmunk1788 I want to practice C++ without Data Structures and Algorithms, where can I find the materials?

I’ve finished a 50hr course on C++ and my basics are somewhat clear although I’m not confident of it.
So, I am looking to improve my C++. My ultimate aim is to study data structures and algorithms in C++. But I don't know any of dsa rn.
Book 1:
Book 2:
I won’t read the first book line by line. I will start from exercises of loops and complete 20% of all exercises. It’ll take at least 6 months of weekend studies for me to get there.
Another plan is to do graphics programming. The book by Tony Gaddis is so good for me. Only problem, it uses darkgdk which is very much outdated. So, if you’ve any recommendations for libraries in C++ like sfml, allegro, sdl, etc, Please recommend. This book will also take me 6 months of full time weekend studies to finish.
Which one will be more beneficial to my learning?
I think the first book would be useful, correct me if I'm wrong?
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2023.06.09 16:33 batmanineurope What is a good pathway towards a cybersecurity career, starting from the beginning?

I am looking to make a career change and would basically be starting from scratch. I am very interested in programming and coding, and have dabbled in it in the past. but now I'm thinking about cybersecurity, as I really like to observe and investigate. I was wondering what a good path to a cybersecurity career is. I would like to do something online and fast-tracked, if possible. I know there is a cybersecurity program at WGU. originally I was looking at the Computer Science program. Would a cybersecurity program be good to do, or a computer science program and then a cybersecurity masters? I'm just wondering what sort of entry level positions I'll be able to find in cybersecurity, right out of getting a degree, and if a CS degree would perhaps be more versatile for getting my foot in the door?
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2023.06.09 16:33 nukeplanetmars Subtle tips about advising queues and registration

I finally got a chance to speak with an academic advisor at UBCO a couple of days ago, and I found 2 pieces of information highly valuable. So, I decided to share them with everyone who's trying to get in touch in the upcoming weeks, as they might prove valuable to some of you too!
  1. If you can't get a spot in the virtual queue in the first minute after they open virtual queue appointments, don't worry. Usually, they re-open the queue within 20–40 minutes as the students ahead in line get their questions answered. I highly recommend refreshing the page every 5 or so minutes to check the latest queue times, and you'll most likely get a spot through persistence! P.S. They are very kind and will answer even the simplest questions with patience and interest in our wellbeing.
  2. Students are required to declare their major (specialization) for every term. The major declared in Summer term, for instance, will not carry-over to Winter, so you have to manually pick a specialization (same or different) on SSC for Winter. (I think there's a tutorial about declaring your major somewhere on their website if you're struggling with that)
Hope this is helpful! Good luck with registration, everyone! :D
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2023.06.09 16:32 StrangeChipmunk1788 I want to practice C++ without Data Structures and Algorithms, where can I find the materials?

I’ve finished a 50hr course on C++ and my basics are somewhat clear although I’m not confident of it.
So, I am looking to improve my C++. My ultimate aim is to study data structures and algorithms in C++. But I don't know any of dsa rn.
Book 1:
Book 2:
I won’t read the first book line by line. I will start from exercises of loops and complete 20% of all exercises. It’ll take at least 6 months of weekend studies for me to get there.
Another plan is to do graphics programming. The book by Tony Gaddis is so good for me. Only problem, it uses darkgdk which is very much outdated. So, if you’ve any recommendations for libraries in C++ like sfml, allegro, sdl, etc, Please recommend. This book will also take me 6 months of full time weekend studies to finish.
Which one will be more beneficial to my learning?
I think the first book would be useful, correct me if I'm wrong?
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2023.06.09 16:32 OldmanRevived I saw one movie (Transformers: Rise of the Beasts)

Save for a few contrarians, critics tend to hate the "Transformers" movies with a passion that surpasses both reason and the snobbery that most normal folks assume critics delight in. The hate could have something to do with the fact that ostensibly grown adults of a certain age resent being compelled to grapple with films in which the heroes are a race of intergalactic robots that disguise themselves as human-designed cars and trucks. And the fact that these heroes originated as toys, and that the films themselves can be said to function as promotional marketing for said toys, gives the more crass-commercialism-conscious critics uneasy pause, to say the least.
Let's say, as a thought experiment, though, that a critic can get over these hurdles. The fact remains that the ostensible "mythology" of the Transformers is one of the most asinine conceits ever committed in the name of sci-fi fantasy. Some will argue that watching these CGI creatures do their dizzying morphing while performing feats of derring-do, such as snatching their human friends and enablers from the jaws of death, entirely justifies the idiocy of the conceit. I dunno. Call me old-school, but I love a good old-fashioned breakneck movie car chase enough that I generally don't need it spiced up by all manner of physics-stretching cybernetic kineticism. I'm funny that way.
People admire or loathe the "Transformers" series because it actively resists anything of artistic merit, and allows its unbridled, merciless vision to run rampant. At this point, after five previous mainline installments, the audience is more apt to wonder if a series of movies about giant robots can jump the proverbial shark. It seems like a stretch, considering that these movies typically have plots that mirror the playtime stories that a less-imaginative child might have, but the screenplay for "Transformers: Rise of the Beasts" seems set on accomplishing the goal of turning these very silly movies into something that is somehow even sillier indeed.
The setting is initially New York City in 1994, where Noah (Anthony Ramos), a military veteran, is struggling to find work to help his family. His younger brother Kris (Dean Scott Vazquez) has sickle cell disease, and with so much debt toward the kid's health care, neither Noah nor his mother (Luna Lauren Velez) can pay for any more treatment. Looking for some quick cash, he decides to steal a car that just happens to be Mirage (voiced by Peter Davidson), one of the Autobots stranded on Earth following a war on their home planet. Even more coincidentally, Noah gets into the transforming robot just as the group's leader Optimus Prime (voiced by Peter Cullen) calls upon them.
Meanwhile, at a local museum, archivist intern Elena (Dominique Fishback) has accidentally awakened half of the plot's MacGuffin: a key that could open a portal to anywhere in the universe. Prime sees it as a way for the Autobots to return to their planet. It's also a means for Unicron (voiced by Colman Domingo), a massive robot with a metallic sphincter for a mouth, to devour every planet in the universe. The makeshift team of humans and robots has to find the key's other half in Peru, while keeping it out of the hands of Unicron's underlings, led by Scourge (voiced by Peter Dinklage).
All of this is relatively simple and straightforward, which is a surprise after the increasingly bloated nonsense of the previous five movies. It also means that both the screenplay (somehow requiring five writers) and director Steven Caple Jr. have little time or patience for anything that isn't exposition or action. That includes the introduction of a new group of transforming robots, fashioned after Earth animals (yet originating from a planet in a different galaxy and, oddly, having fur and feathers, too), called Maximals, and whose vocal performances include Ron Perlman as the leader gorilla, and Michelle Yeoh as a robotic falcon.
The entire film culminates as a contest between no less than four titans who speak in ominous electronic tones. Scourge seems dangerously close to destroying the planet on multiple occasions, only for Optimus Prime to reveal that he can't end the world until he finds another McGuffin. First he needs the key, then we learn there was a second half of the key, then he needs a code to operate the key that is also split into two parts. By the time the Maximals team up with Optimus Prime for a final battle (which just so happens to result in the destruction of Machu Picchu), audience emotions have been transparently manipulated so many times that it's impossible to muster any kind of investment.
The action is serviceable enough, in that it's visible and generally coherent across the dull gray landscape of the climax. But as the sixth example of this franchise focusing so much on the empty spectacle of digital creations pummeling and blasting each other, it comes across as especially hollow and repetitive now. Some of that isn't the movie's fault, of course, because there's only so much that one can do with this sort of material. But even if this entry is more competent and streamlined than its forebears, the fact that "Transformers: Rise of the Beasts" falls back on the expectations, formula, and patterns of its other predecessors is a disappointment entirely of the movie's own making.
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2023.06.09 16:32 Bluejigsaw42 my cycle experience so far: there's no gate keeping here!!

Current applicant here! After going through my T20 university's premed advising and volunteer helpers at various training stages, I realized their advice was just way too generic and was not helpful in making me the competitive applicant I wanted to be. I finally went with an admissions consultant to put together my primary application and lemme tell you, IT WILL CHANGE YOUR GAME AND MENTALITY. Given the negative sentiment on this sub toward these services, I wanted to put an alternate perspective out there for those curious and who are lost/seeking help as I did.
The first thing I want to say is people def seek help/these kinds of services it's just that they tend to hide it/not speak about it. THERE IS NO GATEKEEPING HERE. I seriously wish someone just honestly told me earlier in the process how helpful it is to be coached and helped through this application process so I just wanted to share how my experience is/what I've realized as a current applicant!
  1. Time spent getting to know me, my goals, and reviewing my entire application resulted in a cohesive application package. My consultant spent the first couple sessions just getting to know me and my goals. We went over my entire application, including my school list, stats, LoRs, activities, etc before going through my personal statement. This allowed them to identify my "X" factor, which was something I did not even think to emphasize when I was planning it myself. They expertly created a narrative for me by telling a story through my activity descriptions and personal statement. We then strategized which other points we are going to use secondary essay prompts to get across. On the whole, because they got to know me, heard me talk, and read my writing, they preserved my voice throughout the application writing, but in a way that made it sound even better!! This last point was a major distinction from my volunteer reviewers, who all basically re-wrote my essay with their own writing styles which did not sound like my authentic self at all. When we submitted it I was extremely satisfied with the final product (check back in for results later this cycle!).
2. Their experience as a professional admissions counselor was evident relative to successful applicants on this sub with n=1 experience. I realized that most people volunteering their time, both online and in my university, are either fellow pre-meds or successful applicants with n=1 experience. It was clear from talking to my consultant that every case is different and a lot of common advice comes with exceptions. In addition, my consultant had a network of medical students and residents who kept him informed on their anecdotal results that he used to complement his own experience. To the point commonly made that "everything you need to know is on reddit and sdn," these sites are honestly tedious to navigate for those of us who don't spend excessive time on here. In other words, rather than reading 1000 posts to form a blurry picture of reliable information, I had certainty that I was talking to someone who knew their stuff and were credible.
3. My consultant went through this process recently and had incredible insight into how my writing would be interpreted by different types of readers. Related to point 1), my consultant explained to me how these applications are reviewed, including what types of people generally review them. This helped me to frame my writing in a way that was both understandable and sophisticated for a broad audience. Another point that came up is that a lot of the medical stories and terminology I used in my writing were incorrect, which is something I would not have known on my own. It seriously changes how you frame certain experiences after speaking with someone who is in the field.
5. Value. If you add up the cost of applying to med school & preparing for MCAT just one time, let alone doing either of those multiple times, as well as the associated opportunity cost of delaying training, paying a premium for maximizing your chances makes sense.
7. Would have started earlier if i'd known about it! I wish I had known about the services for underclassmen to help arrange ECs & build relationships and connections for future LoRs etc.
I totally understand that not everyone has the resources to afford this service and I'm not saying that this is the only way to have a successful cycle. But if you are able to afford it, I highly recommend it. The application process at the end of the day is really complex but the details and nuances that you include in your application really makes it stand out and gives you an edge. I could feel the difference in the strength of my application even after just submitting the primaries! If there's anyone else out there who is in the middle of your cycle or preparing to applying next year, and you're feeling lost, generic etc. please please give this a try, because so far it's been worth it for me and I'm tired of hearing people hiding and gatekeeping the professional help they've received.
My DMs are always open if you wanna chat/ask about anything in particular!!
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2023.06.09 16:32 NoPractice3592 Need some help!

So I’m on 15mg Olanzapin for a good year and started tapering 4 times already but whenever I get to 10mg I get horrible pain in my brain, it only fades if I up the dosage again. The last step was 12,5mg for a month and then 10mg. Went good for 2 weeks then the pain started to appear. Did this happen to anyone else? My idea is to taper even slower, maybe 1,25mg every 1 to 2 months? Thoughts? Any help appreciated!
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2023.06.09 16:32 Top-Book6183 "pinning" Posts to top of post list... not just in Featured posts

I have a post on my FB biz page for my food truck that I frequently update to tell people where I am set up at the moment. It looks like this in my post list
This is all well and good until I post something else and it is displayed ABOVE this post. it probably won't happen often, but I still want to be prepared for it when it does.
I *thought* "pinning" the post would keep it at the top of the list, but all that does is adds it to the Featured Posts section, which is a bit misnamed, imo, because it now becomes smaller and in my case the map is no longer visible...
that doesn't seem very featured to me.
Any suggestions for a way to keep this post at the top of the list or at least to get my map to show up in the Featured version?
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In 2023. urm. a bit less so.
In many cases, it’s a response to FOMO (of closing a landing page and not getting a lead magnet). The end result; prospects are more oversubscribed and under-committed than ever.
That’s why, In Module 3, you’ll be given two powerful playbooks for creating an enchanting first encounter that instantly sets you above any other coach or course creator they may be following or considering along with you.
2 next generation “top funnel” conversion playbooks for accelerating trust, encouraging engagement, and amplifying resonance. The simple, 45 second protocol to do immediately when a new subscriber signs up that has been proven to boost opens, clicks and conversions by up to 300% How to seamlessly integrate your fb group with your email CRM to create a holistic view of EVERY potential customer in your business Why your traditional “welcome sequence” is dead, and doing little-to-nothing to ascend your lead; and what to do instead to accelerate the transformation from Point A to Point Buyer Why normal “engagement posts” do nothing but satisfy the algorithm; and how to create “ROI-Rich engagement experiences” that help you segment your list while synching valuable voice-of-customer data into your CRM. How to use Social Singularity™ to create a seamless experience between your facebook group and your email list. MODULE 4
Automated Conversion Ecosystem #1 (ACE 2): The Ascension Amplifier
The second Automated Conversion Ecosystem you’ll be working through overlaps with what’s traditionally referred to as “the middle of the funnel”.
A murky, purgatory state that’s often the longest, most confusing, and challenging to do effectively.
Many coaches and course creators have a bulk of their email list who will sit in this “in-between” state for 2, 3 or even 5 years before either becoming a customer or unsubscribing from the list.
With the strategies and playbooks you’ll implement in Module 4, you’ll help “pre-customers” cross that chasm much faster; and come to clearer, more confident, and more empowering decisions about you and your program.
Conversion Playbook #3 – Social Singularity Pt. 2 (Channels: Fb Group, Email, DM) Conversion Playbook #4 – Webinar Registration Rev Up (Channels; Webinar, Email) Conversion Playbook #5 – The Lead-Score Lift Up (Email, DM)
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2023.06.09 16:32 barelyasociopath Thinking that the solution to ending poverty is telling people to just "get a better job" is ridiculous.

High paying (or even just reasonably paying) jobs are not an unlimited resource. There are only so many available, and new ones don't just magically appear when people need one that is better than their currently shitty job.
Now, many people will point out that there are "plenty of jobs available" whenever I say this, but the argument here is that the highereasonably paid jobs are the ones that are limited. People who say "just get a better job" don't understand that the good job positions are already often filled, and are only available if someone in one of these positions quits or is fired. People already go after these jobs, because they don't want to be one of the people who didn't make the cut.
Think of it like this. Imagine that the good jobs are 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in a sports competition. The rest of the places are for participants, and those places are representative of all of the low paying jobs out there. There are only 3 places that will give someone a real trophy, and everyone is competing to get one of those 3. But no matter how hard everyone works, there will be plenty of players who only get participation trophies.
Finding a job is absolutely a competition. Everyone who applies for a job position are fighting to one-up their competitors, because no matter how many people apply, only a few (or even just one) people will "win" and get the better job at that company. Which, happens at any company.
If every single person who is in poverty tried to get a better job, it just wouldn't work. As of 2023, there are a little over 10 million jobs available, many of which are not paid high enough.
But even if every one of those were decent jobs, guess what? There are almost 40 million people living in poverty in the USA. That's 4 times the amount of jobs available.
We need a better solution.
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2023.06.09 16:32 Sweet_Relief_1158 Ideas to raise money for medical procedure?

Hello everyone I'm 22 and in college right now. I need to raise around 40k $ for surgery.
I've sold everything I own and have raised 2k$ so far.
Does any of you have any suggestions on what else I could do?
I'm contemplating pausing my studies to work full time but I don't know if this is a good idea or not. University is important to me and I don't want to fail my classes.
Just in case this is helpful, I do have some language skills, writing skills as well as artistic/ design ones. The rest I'm still working on.
Thank you in advance. Have a good evening!
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2023.06.09 16:31 pinkjackchi I’m still in love with my teacher

I’m going through what it feels like a heartbreak for the past 5 years now. I had a teacher my senior year who has all these amazing qualities that I feel are very rare in a person. I really attached onto him from the very beginning. A little background I’ve had an emotionally unavailable dad ever since I was little. I’ve always been missing that male figure. He really fulfilled it for me. At first it started off innocent and I did think of him as a father figure. Over time it turned into a crush and a true first love. No this is not infatuation. These feelings have been here for years and they are just as strong as they were 5 years ago. I feel like a loser and weirdo for wishing to have a man that was my teacher and more than twice my age. I want to get over him and I thought time would do it’s thing but time has done nothing. I have reached out to him countless times. Last year we spent a lot of time together. We did fun things together and he would always call and check up on me. I know all it did was damage for me because I can’t have him. And it always left me wanting more. And no he’s not a creep. He is a genuinely good man who cares. He’s been there for me through a lot of shit I went through and still going through. He has never once been inappropriate for those of you who are thinking that. I admire him so much. I don’t talk to him anymore. It hurt so much when I stopped hearing from him. The last time I talked to him was on the phone and I admitted that I had feelings for him. He told me he did not feel the same and that I needed to take time to calm my emotions. I think about him everyday and wish I could have that relationship with him that I did last year. There have been times when I’m drunk where I have reached out to him. I’m tired of bothering him and I feel awful for it. I really just want to move on from him and live my life. I truly feel like I’m going through my first heartbreak. It hurts so bad I feel like nobody could ever understand.
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2023.06.09 16:31 Express-Employment62 Finding Purchase Episode 1: A Sliver of Chaos - Recap

The story starts, as so many seem to, in an inn. But this is not just any inn, but the cleanest, friendliest inn in all of Emon - The Bright Vagabond - owned and operated by a halfling named Tarlan Hillspark. As he prepared to open for the day, a young baker's apprentice named Sliver entered nervously and was gestured to a seat at a large round table marked 'Reserved'. Soon, others gathered; a tall half-elf named Garrick with a symbol of the Raven Queen on his shield, a cheerful gnome named Ashrina dressed in bright colors, and a lanky humanoid called Kid, who wanted nothing more than a fresh cup of bean juice. All had received a mysterious summons from an organization known as The Clasp; though Sliver was concerned about this development, the others all seemed unsurprised to be there.
As they gathered, a woman entered who seemed far too frightened for the bright surroundings and was introduced as Dr. Dannell, who they had been instructed to meet. The group excused themselves upstairs to less spacious, but more private, surroundings - Ashrina's room at the Vagabond. There, the doctor admitted to being terrified of her benefactors, but with no other place to turn for help. A disgraced researcher in antiquities, she recently found a large stone on a dig - an egg, she claims, spawned by an eldrich horror. No one believed her, of course, and the egg was set to go on display at the Natural History Museum tomorrow. With one catch: tonight, it will hatch, and hundreds, if not thousands, would die. Conveniently, there was a gala opening for the exhibit that very evening, and the good doctor managed to procure tickets. She also offered to pay for new outfits so the group will fit in at the party. Not one to let a good deed go unrewarded, Ashrina also gave Dr. Dannell the opportunity to donate her bag of holding to the cause (of Ashrina having a sweet new interdimensional purse).
Spurred on mostly by curiosity and the Clasp's instructions, not to mention the promise of a swanky shopping spree, the group decided they will go ahead and save Emon after all, though they're not all convinced the egg is real. Sliver, for his part, isn't keen on the idea of killing a hatchling, even a freshly hatched eldrich horror. The professor's plan, as described, involved stealing the egg and then imprisoning it in a crystal that she just happens to have in her rooms. This will spare Sliver the moral quandary involved in killing something that has just hatched. He's also quite gratified that he's been summoned to steal something - he thought it was going to be something difficult.
After not deciding on a plan, the group headed for the Erudite Quarter to spend the good professor's hard earned money at Aura, a bespoke clothier. There they were greeted by the owner, the most fabulous kobold to walk the streets of Emon, and the group outfitted themselves with party attire after some haggling and paying a small fortune of someone else's gold for same-day service. All outfitted themselves well, but Sliver outdid himself in a purple jacket and green flared pants, intending to dress himself as a waiter for the gala and save the finery for another day.
On the way, the team decided that they were not going to steal the egg at the gala unless the perfect opportunity presented itself, and so Sliver's hopes of sneaking in as a waiter and walking out with the egg were dashed. After a quick walk around the block to find the museums' entrances and exits, they entered the museum and began admiring the exhibits on the ground floor. Garrick chatted up a bored museum employee in hopes of getting an in with the staff, learning of her side gig as a horror poet, while Kid found the staff entrances remarkably unsecure and Ashrina discovered a janitor exiting a secret room in one of the exhibit halls. Sliver purchased a museum badge from the gift shop, and promptly began bossing around the staff and escorting wealthy-looking patrons upstairs, not really listening to them except to glean information about the exhibit or any valuables on their persons. Tarlan, bemused, stayed behind to keep an eye on Sliver.
Finally, the group headed upstairs to where the exhibit would take place. Garrick headed directly for the privy-rooms to try and find a way to break the wall to get into the exhibit room with the egg. Tarlan examined the Allosaurus exhibit, found a panel, and asked Kid to take a look. Stealthily as can be, Kid opened the panel and found dials and levers, seemingly to control the dinosaur exhibit. Ashrina spotted a conveniently-placed and completely unsecured vent on the exhibit room wall. Not content with merely being extremely useful, she then snuck into the attic and unlocked the museum's skylight while Kid kept watch on...something else entirely.
The party began, with the curator opening the exhibit room and slipping the key into her clutch, which Kid noted she keeps to hand at all times. The group kept watch for signs of any party-goers under the influence of the egg's eldrich occupant, but saw nothing. Kid sidled up to the egg, finding the magical defenses on its pedestal. Garrick concerned himself with the doors, satisfied that the security mechanisms could be blocked with the furniture if need be. While Ashrina ate and drank merrily, Tarlan began speaking with a down-on-her luck noblewoman attending the party to find a suitable suitor. Noting Tarlan's suit from Aura, she seemed newly interested in his company, until Tarlan admitted that he doesn't regularly shop there and that parties makes him nervous. Sliver circulated, serving food and drinks to the patrons he'd scammed earlier and learning that the basement of the museum is full of valuable riches that no one does anything with. Ashrina, having seen the museum curator leave the room upon receiving a mysterious note, snuck after her, confirming both that the curator is a creepy doll enthusiast, and that she keeps the key to her office in her clutch.
At some point during all of this, Sliver left the party and wrote a vaguely threatening note to the curator on a bar napkin, reminding her that she's been warned of the consequences of putting the egg on display. He instructed a server to deliver the note, then removed his jacket and makeup and headed downstairs, away from the aftermath. As requested, the note was delivered, which the rest of the group saw the curator read and crumple up angrily. Tarlan then approached the curator, asking about the stone on display and insinuating that he'd seen something similar in a book. A book about eggs. Angrily refuting this assertion, the curator placed both hands on the stone, and a wave of energy rocked the room. Many party-goers became ill, including Ashrina, who broke out in a sheen and felt dizzy and weak momentarily. The chaos passed quickly, but it was enough for the curator to decide that in fact a gala opening for an eldrich horror was not a good idea and usher everyone out.
Back on the street, the group reassembled to ready themselves for the heist. But before anyone could say anything, Tarlan, staunch cleric of the Dawnfather and firm moral center of the group, held up the clutch he stole from the museum's curator during the commotion, and asked if anyone had forgotten their purse.
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2023.06.09 16:31 No_Entrepreneur_456 Changing terrain generation?

I've been trying to figure out how to customize the terrain gen in the overworld, but haven't had any luck. My end goal is to generate a world that is either exclusively mesa, or even better a world that is made up of just a handful of biomes, in order to create a red dead inspired landscape.
Anytime I mess with any of the world gen settings I always seem to end up with the same generation, even when selecting single biome mode, large biomes don't seem to change anything for me either. I'm not a huge fan of the Terralith world gen in general so my questions are can I disable Terralith without any problems within the pack, or does anybody know a good way to generate a world with only a handful of hand picked biomes? Thanks!
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