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2023.06.10 20:34 Aggravating_Ad_1004 What are these bugs causing my Sunflower to wilt?

What are these bugs causing my Sunflower to wilt?
Hey guys, this is my first post here after a while of lurking. I'm not good at formatting on mobile and I am currently struggling with wrting and speaking, so bear with me. I garden because it keeps me happy and active despite my disabilities.
I currently have 4 pots that contain Sweet Banana Pepper's and I'm already used to fighting off green and red aphids, like spider mites, but I have absolutely no idea what is happening with my Sunflower. The soil is perfect imo, I don't over or under water, and I just added fertilizer recently. I also know that it isn't root bound or having any root-rot. I already had to cut off 3 heads and dry out the seeds because they died early and were soaking up much needed nutrients for the new flowers.
I couldn't figure out why it did this so I figure it was because I transplanted the flower to another pot which people have said Sunflowers DO NOT like! But I just noticed these bugs after coming home from the store and wanted to know if they could be the reason? There's SO many of them on just this one flower, but upon closer inspection I noticed little black dots around the base of the petal connected to the seeds. Are these bugs sucking the nutrients from my Sunflower, and if so, what is the best way to absolutely obliterate them all together? Thank you in advance, and have a wonderful day.
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2023.06.10 20:33 Imaginary_Computer96 Greenland

I want to bring up a topic for discussion that is rather peripheral to the usual subjects here, but I think it's salient in a way. I'm posting this here, even though there may be more subject-appropriate subs, because I think the discussions happening here span the entire subject realm in a very positive and productive way. This is a long read, but I think it will be worth your time and consideration as a thought experiment.
Many of us are aware of the comet Enki and its role in causing the Younger Dryas and collapse and erasure of any pre-Ice Age civilizations. Around 12000-14000 ago, it began to break up and change its orbit after drawing too near to the sun. Many large fragments from its meteor stream bombarded the northern hemisphere and causes massive tsunami, volcanic and seismic events globally. We still find caves pack with jumbled bones, mud and trees to this day due to the "mud floods", wind storms and ocean waves that it generated.
Let us presume for argument that some of the more robust relics like the Sphinx and other stone ruins survived. I postulate that those may have already been obsolete antiques and ruins even before the impacts, just as the would likely survive another similar catastrophe in the future. So where did the rest of any per-impact high technology go? Even if some portion of those societies went underground and/or off world in time, much would have been left behind in the strata.
Some of course may have been long ago recovered and horded by any number of people - and I would absolutely, without exception, consider any self-aware non-homo sapiens intelligences including sufficiently advanced AI to be people - so if they exist, it would be reasonable to presume there are plenty of incredible relics that have been found, passed down and are now hidden in the hands of various modern government, aristocrats and or non-human entities.
Some would remain recoverable in the present day just due of the size of the planet and our huge current human population, compared to any point in our planet's history. There are now simply more people digging and looking than ever before. Perhaps we are starting to see more of that now, with more average people discovering more and more unusual objects.
But there are forms of technology that are more subtle and likely more centrally located than cities or craft or exotic power plants, even in our own current civilization. This technology generally produces incredible and constant amounts of thermal energy, requiring massive amounts of constant cooling.
This technology is already a critical linchpin of our world right now. If it were to fail, we would be plunged backwards in incalculable ways, perhaps by hundreds of years. Of course, currently we distribute that technology all over the world, in different forms, formats and vintages, using a wide range of materials and implementations. That wide and diffuse distribution makes it incredibly robust to even the worst kinds of disasters and may be ultimately our saving grace, should such an event ever occur again.
Perhaps we should thank our innate practicality and hyper-independence for that. We allow our technologies to evolve in a heterogeneous manner and are not quick to abandon the old as we integrate the new. We thankfully are less obsessed with perfection than we once were as a species, as we have learned that the entire concept if perfectionism is truly a poison and ultimately the enemy of anything that is good. In my opinion, for any being or civilization, Profection is the ultimate and eternal goal, while Perfection is nothing more than a dead-end death-trap that is typically merely used as a weapon by the mighty against the weak for the purpose of control, ego and selfish greed.
Now we are already entering a time when practical considerations such as climate change, resource scarcity, corporate monopoly and political needs are driving this core civilizing technology toward centralized consolidation, homogenization and relocation to a place that is more conducive to those needs. This is already occurring now, with new facilities being built as a type this.
I do not mean nuclear reactors, underground bases, or anything of the sort. I am referring of course to server farms. Our civilization now utterly depends on them in almost every way. They require huge amounts of space, network connectivity and cooling. If they are to be optimized and truly reach their highest capabilities, our society believes they require local stability on every level and must be centralized to keep them neutral and manageable. They are being built well above the arctic circle at an ever-increasing rate. Soon, the antarctic may follow as the southern hemisphere's location of choice. It's quite obvious and rational to build them there. What could go wrong?
But what happens if those regions were to be again bombarded and liquefied by a series of large comet fragments and then their remnants buried and ground to muddy paste under billions of tons of glacier ice in the aftermath? What would future humans find if we were to search those areas now? Would we find useful metals, exotic composites and functional remnants? Could any of those facilities, systems and/or their associated administrative AI or very limited on-site organic staff members survive?
Now, of course such a comet strike likely could have been prevented by an advanced space-faring civilization, but what if they had instead put their entire attention on other forms of travel and development earlier in their develpment that allowed them to neglect more "primitive' kinetic and mechanical forms of technology? What if achiving world unity as a singular coherent civilization allowed them to begin advanced industrial development as an overly-unified and too-singular whole, rather than a collection of robustly independent rivals and allies? What if through perfected society, consensus and ease, they had already fully centralized all of their technological and industrial base into a single self-administered top-down system. Or what if, for whatever reason, they simply did not try very hard to prevent it, or even simply allowed it to happen, for any number of reasons we can only speculate on?
Perhaps we should continue to keep our server farms local, not be so quick to adopt "thin-client" computer systems, keep our technology heterogeneous and our administrative systems independent and heterodox. Perhaps sometimes efficiency is its own greatest weakness. Perhaps we should continue to explore material science, solawind power and other means to make local computation sustainable and performant, thereby safely rendering mass-centralization both unnecessary and impractical. "Optimization" as a concept requires that all factors be considered, not just economics or administrative convenience. Perhaps “Working from home” isn't just better for the worker, but also for the greater good? Are there other lessons we can draw from this thought experiment?
Just something to ponder.
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2023.06.10 20:32 indyman_123 At a Glance: 'Gardens of the Moon' - Book 1, Chapter 1

Link(s) for previous post(s) -

Book 1: Pale

Epigraph 1 - (had to put up the whole thing really; won't be doing this for every epigraph; just the imp. ones)
In the eighth year the Free Cities of Genabackis established contracts with a number of mercenary armies to oppose the Imperium's advance; prominent among these were the Crimson Guard, under the command of Prince K'azz D'Avore (see Volumes III & V); and the Tiste Andii regiments of Moon's Spawn, under the command of Caladan Brood and others.
The forces of the Malazan Empire, commanded by High Fist Dujek Onearm, consisted in that year of the 2nd, 5th, and 6th Armies, as well as legions of Moranth.
In retrospect two observations can be made. The first is that the Moranth alliance of 1156 marked a fundamental change in the science of warfare for the Malazan Imperium, which would prove efficacious in the short term. The second observation worth noting is that the involvement of the sorcerous Tiste Andii of Moon's Spawn represented the beginning of the continent's Sorcery Enfilade, with devastating consequences.
All this seems intimidating to say the least!
Epigraph 2 - About a mother lamenting for her boy (it seems), who's now a young soldier, but who's not yet seen what war is about ("bright heart not yet cooled to hard iron"). Is this close to what it's depicting, or...?

Chapter 1

Sweat and death clung to the air thick as gauze.
The dark bloom of sorcery was a stain few cared to examine too closely. It had a way of spreading.
OK, now that sounds like something, eh?
Paran turned to see a curtain in the air tear open on the road, spilling dull yellow light. A Warren, the secret paths of sorcery. "Hood's Breath." He sighed, fighting off a sudden chill. Within he could see a grayish pathway, humped on either side by low mounded walls and vaulted overhead by impenetrable ocher-hued mist. The air swept past into the portal like a drawn breath, revealing the pathway to be of ash as invisible currents stirred and raised spinning dust-devils.
First look into the "Warrens".
A short while later they came to a stone archway. It had been recently constructed, and Paran recognized the basalt as Untan, from the Imperial quarries outside the capital. The walls of his family's estate were of the same gray-black glittering stone. At the center of the arch, high over their heads, was carved a taloned hand holding a crystal globe: the Malazan Imperial sigil.
First look at the Malazan Sigil.

The Empire's been grinding this land down for a hundred years. You was born in it. I wasn't. When I was your age Itko Kan was a country. We flew a banner and it was ours. We were free, lass.
Rigga to fisher girl.

Across the sea the Empress has driven her knife into virgin soil. The blood now comes in a tide and it'll sweep you under, child, if you're not careful.
Rigga to fisher girl.

You are now one with the body of Empire, Lieutenant. It commands you. You respond unquestioningly to its will. You are a small part of a muscle in that body. No more. No less.
Topper to Paran.

The Claw smiled. "You have begun to learn, Paran. Never be too easy with the knowledge you possess. Words are like coin—it pays to hoard." Topper
"Until you die on a bed of gold," Paran said.



A huge shoutout to 'Malazan: Search of the Fallen'. It was a massive help, and I hope to continue using this amazing tool. Credit where it's due.

Any feedback is always welcome. Hope you enjoyed.
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2023.06.10 20:30 InternationalIron935 AITA for getting upset with my landlord?

Our apartment's office is staffed by two people, a manager and an assistant. We have lived here for 9 years, and found that staff changed a couple years ago when the new manager answered. I was a bit traumatized by my first experience with them, and didn't call again for several months until my dishwasher broke.
I spoke with the new assistant, who told me they would put in a ticket. When I asked how long it might be, she said "I don't know, but it's not an emergency."
I called every few weeks, and it was always the same. There was never any apology, and she would rush me off the phone, interrupting me to make the point that there was nothing else to say. It was very impersonal. I get that she's not personally responsible for the solution, but you can still have a personal touch. The dishwasher took four months.
Then my air conditioner broke. I work from home, and was becoming hot and nauseous in the afternoon. The assistant said, "I don't know how long it will be, but it's not an emergency." I ended up fixing it myself.
Last month, I notice I hadn't been charged rent a couple days after. I go to the website and try to make a payment, and it fails. I try a couple more cards before I realize it's their payment processor. I wrote them an email letting them know I would deliver payment to them immediately, and to not charge me a late fee since it was an issue on their end. They replied that they would not, and that they had fixed the issue.
A week later, there's a note in my door. It's a statement that I owe the fee. I called the office and got the assistant.
"Okay, did you pay your rent late?"
"I really don't understand why after a BACK AND FORTH EMAIL EXCHANGE with your office about this I would receive a notice, you should already know what's going on."
"Sir, stop yelling. We'll take care of it."
"I was told that in the first place! I can't count on you all to take care of anything around here!"
"Sir stop yelling or I'm going to hang up."
"I'm not yelling BUT BY ALL MEANS FEEL FREE."
I hung up. You know, I did feel bad. I figured that she must not have been the one that read the email. I wrote an apology email shortly after, explaining why I was upset, and the issues I'd been having.
The next day, I had a notice in my door that I had 30 days to move out. It seemed like a very heavy handed response. I didn't yell. I mean, I did escalate my tone. I did use emphasis. I didn't cuss, I didn't personally attack her. I was frustrated. Was I wrong to show my frustration?
A month later, I was charged those late fees. I came into the office and the manager walked out. I told her I don't understand why I have to have this much trouble over it, all the way to getting thrown out. She says it's because of how I talked to them. I tell her they've been rude ever since they started working there. She says they haven't been, they're just doing their jobs.
Are they just doing their jobs? AITA?
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2023.06.10 20:30 SwissCheese4Collagen The Nosrtrils McBeardsley Power Hour:

The Nosrtrils McBeardsley Power Hour:
Happy Fri-Yay, Snarkers! OfNostrils has a piping hot slice of her new life as a mother of three served up for us today on the Tube. No word on if she actually believes that she has three kids now, but in true OfNostrils fashion, the literal first thing you see of Actually Gunner this week is him in the sink-tub. He made it a whopping three weeks before getting his bath time filmed. In this bath guys, le sigh. Actually Gunner is laying against a fuzzy pillow, yawning as the kitchen sink faucet runs onto his side. He is covered by a washcloth up to the armpit, but unless this is OfNostrils’ version of How to Bathe a Newborn we really don’t need to see this. Someone needs to tell her she can actually bond with her child without filming it for the world. Anyways let’s get to this week’s vlogisode.
Giddy-Up is still not a fan of the name Gunner. Austina yells \"hi friends\" outside to the birds. She must be entering her Disney princess phase.
We open with Actually Gunner laying on Nostrils’ lap as Giddy-Up flits around to kiss the baby. Austina yells hi friend out the window, as Giddy-Up says he calls Actually Gunner “stranger”. OfNostrils asks Nostrils to fill us in on where Actually Gunner has to go tomorrow. Nostrils tells us they have to go to the dentist, to laser Actually Gunner’s lip tie, but OfNostrils has to remind him that it’s the “laser” at the dentist. Austina asks for a new food of some sort, it’s unclear what it is and of course OfNostrils pays more attention to the baby and not the two-year-old quickly telling her she can just eat that one. Welcome to The Big Show kid, the sister mom life is wearing on her already.
Giddy-Up tries to relate, OfNostrils is in update mode, not film the children incessantly mode.
OfNostrils tells us that Actually Gunner is five days old, which means this is from a couple weeks ago, as Giddy-Up says he’s five also. OfNostrils is quick to tell him that five years is Not the same as five days. Things are tough all over for Giddy-Up and Austina. OfNostrils simpers for the camera and tells us that it’s been so great adjusting, the kids are gentle and they love him, before turning serious about the dentist and the lip tie, and probable tongue tie. I wonder why she didn’t just ask for God’s help with it? Either way the doctor actually couldn’t tell whether he had an actual tongue tie and so now they have to go to the dentist. They are excited that he gained 5 ounces in two days after losing the 5 ounces he lost in the three days after birth. I mean, if memory serves me Baby Swiss lost almost a pound and was back to her birth weight seven days old so I’m not sure why this is such a big deal. Oh, because the doctor told her that it would take two weeks but that she’s doing great nursing. She says “I’m like ‘ah’ so encouraging”. I really want to know why she’s acting like this is her first baby ever. Did she not nurse the other two? Did Perm the Dairy Queen not let her know OfNostrils can tap into super lactation DNA to become a new Dairy Queen? It’s like when queen bees split a hive. Apparently though, our fledgling Dairy Queen OfNostrils suspects that the discomfort is the result of a tongue tie. The appointment will be early in the morning she will “let us know how it goes”, I don’t know how I’m supposed to feel suspense over something that 1) I don’t really care about and 2) that has already happened and will be resolved within 10 minutes. I feel like the way she does these videos is she just films every day and then post the highlights every Friday, which is what leads to this weird half-live half-serial format where she asks us to interact with something that has already happened.
A.G. is gaining despite his tongue and lip ties.
Austina isn't missing a thing and gets up early to see her brother.
The kids had literally rolled out of bed. I swear she woke everyone up to say bye to A.G.
The next morning, Actually Gunner lays on his parents’ bed as Austina perches nearby. OfNostrils asks Austina “who is this” and Austina climbs up on the bed and says “Gunner James” which the captions turn into “elected jeans”. Nostrils stays home with the two older kids, who run out of the house and back into it in various states of undress, as OfNostrils is on her own with Actually Gunner for his early-morning dentist appointment. We’ve gotten rid of the drone and we get what I hope is dash cam footage instead of drone footage, although if snhe held the phone to the dashboard as she drove along a country road I wouldn’t be surprised either. Ofostrils sacrifices getting coffee because “didn’t have time”, have they ever made a right choice like this before? Skip the coffee, keep the dental appointment for the six day old? “Bubba” has a thick lip tie on the top, and a tongue tie. They go take Actually Gunner back for the procedure really quick, and it should be a 2 to 4 week healing time. He also shouldn’t have a speech impediment as he gets older and they will see how it goes. Actually Gunner does excellent during this procedure and is sleeping, while also being possessed by Nostrils McBeardsley himself. Seriously we think Austina looks like her father, this kid looks like he’s gonna grow a beard worthy of a Civil War drummer in about week. Actually Gunner is able to eat well and OfNostrils is glad that the procedure worked. She’s thankful, he’s happy, she’s happy, and now she has to keep up on doing what the doctor told him to do. I hope for Actually Gunner’s sake she’s much better about this than she was about those iron pills she was supposed to be taking for the majority of her pregnancy.
I guess her coffee maker is broken?
At least it's a quick fix for the kid's sake.
He's sleeping and OfNostrils is happy
“Several” days later, she is at the two week mark. I don’t know if she can’t subtract 5 from 14, or if she didn’t even try to figure it out. In however many days it is Giddy-Up has become of building builder, by stacking his blocks. Oh, and OfNostrils took the last week off for our sakes, so we could catch up on her “birth videos” that she stretched out and padded with old footage “and what his name is”. Pfft. Like she hadn’t been telling us everything the entirety of the time on different platforms. She goes on to say that she liked taking the break which, we all know she didn’t really take a break from vlogging, she just posted a day later one week. She was still sticking the camera in the kids’ faces, all three of them. She posted on two Fridays out of three, so she was editing and filming the entire time. Also, Nostrils has been super busy at work so OfNostrils has already had all three kids home all day by herself. She repeats adjusting has gone super well, due to her easy recovery and also due to Actually Gunner’s calmness. Nostrils holds Actually Gunner as OfNostrils films. She asks him who he thinks Actually Gunner looks like, and Nostrils says that Actually Gunner looks a little bit like Giddy-Up but ultimately that he’s really got his own look. No he doesn’t, he looks exactly like Nostrils McBeardsley. Both parents estimate Actually Gunner is roughly 10 pounds. Boy, I’m surprised they don’t actually just get out the fish scale and put it on the back of the onesie to check. Nostrils The Next Generation hop around as Actually Gunner lays on pillows on the couch. OfNostrils has 2 U pillows put together and a coffee table pushed next to the couch. She can afford a Doona but not a bassinet for the living room? OfNostrils asks Giddy-Up and Austina if they want to set up the pool outside. Giddy-Up wants to add soap, OfNostrils bursts his bubble and says no. Giddy-Up has lost a couple more teeth, and runs off as OfNostrils calls herself “mom” when she says she’s going to help them set up both pools.
May 31 for anyone keeping track of the timeline in this vlogisode
\"How has the transition been\" she asks.
How many times is she going to ask them this?
Giddy-Up is taking no chances
No privacy for the soon-to-be-napping
Giddy-Up puts on a full-size innertube to go down a plastic child’s slide into a pool maybe 6 inches deep. Both pools are wading pools, and OfNostrils warns Austina to not put dirt in the pool. Austina wasn’t planning on it, she was putting it into a skillet and making mud pie thank you very much. Now we cut to nap time, and Austina asks for a stuffed animal. Once she them settled, they sharply cut to “a few days later” OfNostrils asks Actually Gunner if he wants a bath? She proceeds to turn the water on to give Actually Gunner a bath, and he yawns through it so I guess he’s okay with it. Next up is a clumsy cut to Austina and Giddy-Up in the back seat dancing in their car seats. Don’t show Perm and Sperm…or Jana. OfNostrils films from the front seat as they take the kids to the park. The trip to the park is long enough that Actually Gunner needs to be fed while Nostrils stops to “run inside and pick up” a truck part. The truck part gets driven past on a forklift so I’m not sure if they’re going to haul it somewhere else before the park or just take it with them everywhere. It looks like a bumper for what it’s worth.
These waterfall showerheads are getting ridiculous, also Car Seat Dance Party
I couldn't get a clear shot of it, but when Nostrils put Austina down he kind of flung her into Giddy-Up at the end of the slide
Nostrils forgot the mic was hot. At least I hope so, otherwise he's gotten too comfy on camera.
Once they are at the park, Actually Gunner hangs out in the stroller while Giddy-Up and Austina run around. OfNostrils follows Giddy-Up into a boat type tunnel thing, as Austina runs behind her. Nostrils squeaks down the slide with Austina on his lap and Giddy-Up next to him, then tells Giddy-Up “no, we aren’t” when Giddy-Up wants to go in a boat. Cut to Austina in a toddler swing and Giddy-Up in what I think is a swing for kids with physical disabilities. Anyways, Austina is chattering away and says “it’s nice to be here”. Next up is a big double slide, that splits and Giddy-Up slides down to cheers from his mother. Austina is also all the way up at the top but OfNostrils tells Nostrils that “she’s trying to walk up”, either way no one went up to help the 2 year old onto the slide. The stepping rocks up to the slide are almost as big as she is, so maybe their next angle is Austina the Explorer and she teaches Bible verses instead of Spanish vocabulary words when she gets to the top of the slide. Ya’ll saw it here first, but so help me if they actually do something like that. Austina finally appears to slide down, and is pulling herself by the sides of the slide. OfNostrils tells her to “pick your legs up, put them up in the sky”, when “lean back a bit” is a much easier way to convey that message. Nostrils tells the world that that slide gave him the ultimate wedgie. That wasn’t the slide that did that pal, that’s your karma for naming the baby Gunner fucking James. Nostrils tells Austina that she is good at climbing. She already knows this and the next shot shows her skittering out of the slide at top speed before running over to the stroller for some hugs after her zippy trip down the metal. She sticks her lower lip out as Nostrils takes his turn shoving the camera in her face, who says this isn’t an equal marriage? Nostrils asks if it was scary and Austina clearly tells him no, but that she laid on her back. Her shirt probably rode up some and she got a bit of a friction scrape. We zoom in on Actually Gunner’s sleeping self as Giddy-Up asks to go to another Slide Park one day because he liked it. Next is a cut to the car where Nostrils holds Actually Gunner up to the AC vents because it’s hot. Actually Gunner is just along for the ride as his peach fuzz blows in the frosty air. OfNostrils asks Giddy-Up what his favorite slide was and he stutters through a couple as he tries to remember all of them. Austina drinks her water and looks out the window as OfNostrils swings the camera back to the front to show of her iced iced baby, who is probably cooled off enough to go back into the car seat and go home.
She wasn't scared of the slide, she said so.
Random shot of sleeping two week old, 5 year old asks to go find all the slide parks.
unedited because his face says he's not loving it
Austina declined to comment, not that she was asked.
That’s all from the McBeardsley’s this week, and I am pushing The !s tomorrow (Saturday night). Kath!s Kometitive Nature must win above all, but she missed the Fri-Yay cut-off time. Better luck next week, Kath! As for the rest of you lovely folks, I’ll catch y’all later!
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2023.06.10 20:30 cheeseater1 I got a water tray to raise humidity for my nepenthes, do I need to use rain water or will any be ok? Thanks

I know carnivorous plants typically need rain water or distilled water but if I have a water tray for humidity can I use tap water since I’m not watering the plant?
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2023.06.10 20:28 ChaoticIndifferent Most efficient while simultaneously least exploit-y way to farm daedric armor?

Just what it says on the tin. I'm trying to get a full daedric suit together without the use of exploits. It seems slower than ever on DFU (in spite of being great in many, many other ways). Is there a EBA (extra big ass) dungeon somewhere that features a lot of warriors and fighters to up my chances? All the ones I've happened upon naturally have been kinda on the smallish size and Im not getting enough loot rolls to make it happen. I've got a tower shield and some boots so far 20+ hours in but the random mix of ebony, adamantine and dwarven is unasthetic and driving me bonkers.
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2023.06.10 20:28 iHateDuckz Basement corridors (What are they and why)

I have many dreams that happen in schools, old blocks of flats, small towns, shopping malls, but there is one place that is so strange that I need to talk about it.
It looks like this or this or this, or this. It depends on the dream.
Basement corridors, this place has long corridors that lead nowhere and everywhere. In the beginning, when I started dreaming about them, I walked into them by chance, sort of "backroom clipping from reality" or some kind of door just led to this place. At first, I got lost in them, I wandered around. it's a huge endless labyrinth. sometimes the corridors had windows, green doors, or plain wooden doors, all with numbers on them to indicate it was someones property. I vividly remember once finding a room where an old man had a shop full of wooden figures he had made from those doors. It would be just a place I dream about, but this place is more than that. It appears in almost all of my dreams, but not as the main thing if that makes any sense. I could have a dream where I'm talking to a friend and then I notice a hole in a building that looks like there used to be a door or like I said before go through a normal door and I WAS IN THIS PLACE AGAIN (I once was in an old building and the floor collapsed and I fell into this place). With time and exploration, I realized that some doors can be opened and are shortcuts to other places in the dream I am currently having.(or lead to a completely different dream). Some Corridors can even lead me outside on their own, which is rare. I have been dreaming about this place for about 8 years, it has helped me in many situations, such as escaping nightmares or traveling faster. It scared me at first, but I got used to it, tho it's still not very pleasant place to be in. Some might say I dream of a "backroom" but believe me, it's not backrooms, I've had dreams where I was in all sorts of backrooms, and the basement even led me to it once. It's different. If anyone is still reading, have any of you ever dreamed of this place? Maybe someone knows what it is/means.
Details of this place:
Smells of mold and wet cement/concrete. The walls are white, green,gray or the color of dirty sand. The doors are always wooden in brown or green. behind some doors someTHING can be heard. If you look through a keyhole, it's always dark on the other side, though it could lead to some sunny place.There are rusty pipes with running water. No one else roams the halls when you're there. You can take people there, but once they get out from there, they'll forget about it. This is rare, but there may be stairs going up or down. (There are lights), in some places there are no lights, there are light switches, but you can't turn on the light. The doors are numbered from 0 to 100, if there are stairs you can have numbers from 0 to 399.
If anyone has some questions I'm happy to answer them. Sorry for grammar errors. English is not my first language.
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2023.06.10 20:27 atomfullerene Shark Feeding frenzy! A little thing I ran in my most recent session that I think worked out well.

My PCs have been adventuring underwater lately, and I wanted to come up with a way to implement a shark feeding frenzy. I tried something out and I think it worked pretty well. Here's my instructions for it, if anyone is interested:
During combat, any time a character or enemy takes damage for the first time in a round, put a d6 on the table. This represents blood in the water, so only do this for things with blood that take damage which might reasonably cause bleeding.
At the end of the turn, roll your d6's. Remove any d6 that lands on 1, and for that dice one shark swims into the fray. Other dice stay in the dice pool. Sharks go last in initiative for convenience. Or they go first if you want to be mean.
If 4 dice roll 1's at once, remove them all and introduce a giant shark instead.
Remember, sharks have blood too! And they also might attack each other sometimes.
This makes for a nice snowball effect. As combat goes by, more things bleed and more sharks show up. If they take damage, they bleed and even more sharks show up. This isn't really a combat you win, it's a combat to encourage the PCs not to stick around an area forever. I used it to give PCs a challenge while they gathered items quickly and got out, leaving a pile of sharks swarming behind them.
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2023.06.10 20:26 gamergaming101 Best PC parts for Ryzen 5900x?

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
Minecraft with shaders (very intense)
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
*Ryzen 5900x
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Extra info or particulars:
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2023.06.10 20:24 SerPioM Drones for defenders

Drones for defenders
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2023.06.10 20:23 InnerSnow4873 4 y/o orchid

4 y/o orchid
I’ve always used distilled water and air plant food (last pic). Substrate is peat moss
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2023.06.10 20:21 Generic_Username_321 Sweaty Hands & My Dermadry Journey

Just started using Dermadry and I'm going to try and update this every other day to help keep me on track and using it as frequently as I am supposed to because I'm bad about sticking to a routine. This may be more for myself than anything, but if someone else finds it useful, even better. I'll try and format it by sections so you can just read the parts you're interested in.
Dermadry Treatment:
Using the "Upgraded version" with the rubbery bottom mat, and hexagonal grid top mat. I am using bottled water at room temp, however, I have read others using different types of water, and even adding chemicals to the water. For now, I will stick with bottled water, and depending on the results in 2 months, I may change it up.
6/10/23 - 10:00 AM Treatment 1: I used ~250ml of room temp bottled water in each tray. Set the current strength to 5mA to just feel it out (1-15mA is recommended). For the first couple of minutes, I couldn't feel anything, but as we approached the 15min mark I could feel a slight tingling and my hands were a little itchy. The biggest surprise came at the 15min, 10min, and 5min mark (I think). The voltage readout displayed "L5" and I felt a shock strong enough to make my forearms spasm and tense up. It wasn't painful, just a weird feeling, and I assume this has to do with its rotating current phases. Their website states "L5 will be displayed when the tension is lower than 5 volts." I don't know what that means, but I will contact customer support about it. My hands were a bit sweaty after I finished up, and the itchiness was gone after a few minutes, but after an hour my hands dried up a bit and have been completely dry for several hours. I plan on doing it again at 5mA tomorrow and then give it a day of rest before upping the voltage up to 7 or 8mA.
Background: I'm in my late 20s and have suffered from sweaty hands for as long as I can remember. I would say I have it moderate during most of the day, but in social situations, it can go up to a 10 in severity. I'm talking wiping my hands with a paper towel over 10min will completely soak it through. At its worst, I can clench my fist and literally have beads of sweat run off. I get a bit self-conscious in social situations, but I wouldn't say I have bad social anxiety. But it's this slight nervousness that really sets off my sweaty hands.
Improvised treatments: I started out trying to dry my hands with harsh chemicals on a few occasions when I knew I had a social event of some sort that would involve shaking hands. I would soak my hands in brake cleaner or rubbing alcohol as I work with them and had it lying around. Alcohol would just dry it for a bit, but sweating would come back 10-fold within 30min after. Brake cleaner lasted a while longer, but is absolutely terrible for your skin, your health, etc. Please for the love of god, DO NOT use brake cleaner, I was young and stupid and it only worked for a few hours at a time. I also tried wearing latex gloves during my entire time working as it caused me to sweat a bunch and would get my hands to sweat so much, that sometimes it would prevent me from sweating further the rest of the day. This kind of worked, but my work environment has changed, and working in latex gloves now would just make people think I was a psycho. My final attempt was to just get healthy. For a whole year, I dropped almost all caffeine, drank nothing but water, and dietary/workout shakes, worked out and had a diet to match with hardly any dietary cheating. This helped out mostly with social situations, as I wouldn't be near as self-conscious, but I still would get severe sweating during dates, big meetings, and school tests.
Antiperspirants: I bought some Dove Clinical Strength antiperspirant and used that for a while, applying it before bed, or during the day and letting dry under a fan for 15-30min. This would help for normal day stuff, but the moment anything like a date, or a meeting with a boss occurred, it would be like I hadn't done anything. After about two weeks of on-and-off applications, I switched to trying Certain Dri with the results being about the same. The third product I tried was Sweat Block Wipes which were less effective than the previous ones. Not saying these products aren't good, they just weren't effective for me. The last product I tried was Antihydral, I ordered this at the same time as Dermadry and was by far the best. One application with just enough that you could tell there was a layer on there, and let dry for 15-30min under a fan kept my hands dry for days at a time. I only tried this a couple of times before my Dermadry unit came in, so this is my fallback plan if Dermadry doesn't work. I hear from some users the effectiveness of Antihydral can wear off over time, so I have put that on pause while I just do Dermadry.
Medical treatments: I went to a dermatologist and was prescribed Glycopyrrolate. This would help if taken in high doses, but when I got a new dermatologist he highly advised against taking it in the dosages I was. I still have a lot of it left over, and will still take it before a date or social event. In combination with the antiperspirants, this is still fairly effective but requires planning ahead and remembering to take it. I have fairly good medical insurance, but after talking it over with the doctor, the cost of Botox with the side effects and longevity of the treatment made me put it off as a final Hail Mary if all else fails. Finally, I got Dermadry and that's what I'm starting now, and we will see how this works for me.
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2023.06.10 20:21 pppysdys Astrology, Aliens, and Psychedelics

Hi all, bit of an informal off-the-cuff post, but it's something that will hopefully lead to some interesting questions and ideas. Or not. We shall see.
So I've wondered for a while about the relationship between someone's star sign and their experience with psychedelics. I know a lot of people view astrology as ludicrous, but I have seen too many patterns and occurences in my own life that suggest there is something to the notion that our lives, and our being, are intimately tied to the external world, with an earth-based symbolic projection placed upon the stellar objects that surround our home.
So, please write your sun sign and explain your personal relationship to psychedelics, and your experiences with entities if you have had any.
If you are already interested in astrology, or have a general knowledge of it, i.e. you know your birth chart, and maybe even have used transit charts to track your psychedelic adventures, definitely include this info.
I admit I haven't gotten much that would interest others, but psychedelic use, and mentally cataloguing the star signs of the people in my life, has made it easier to notice recurring patterns in my life, repetitions of signs with similar attributes and offering similar messages to me. When you know the basics i.e. the twelve signs and their symbolism, the house system, the twelve split into four groups of three to represent a different element, then you can extrapolate and the repititions begin to form a meaning to you, such as, 'I keep getting into relationships with x sign and then pulling away when it gets too intense.' Depending on the element of the sign (earth, air, fire, water), you may find you are missing this element in your own psychic makeup, and thus attracting it externally; not quite making a solid connection to the energy, and not yet learning how to embody it yourself.
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2023.06.10 20:21 caberneighneigh I have a $50 gift card to use and want to try a new moisturizer or cream. I have superrrrr dry skin. What’s the most moisturizing cream or moisturizer you’ve used? I’ve included lists of what I’ve tried & am looking at.

I have super dry skin that gets flaky if I don’t stay on top of my skincare and water intake. I’m not worried about acne or a product being too rich and don’t wear makeup most days.
I’ve tried a ton of moisturizers and wanted to use them up before purchasing a new one.
Here’s what I’ve tried:
• Tatcha Dewy Skin & Water Cream (love the feel of this but probs too lightweight for my skin)
• Drunk Elephant Lala Retro & Polypeptide Cream (used years ago and liked, but stopped due to price tag I think)
• Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion
• Farmacy Honey Halo Ceramide Moisturizer (liked but wasn’t sure on the scent)
• SkinFix Barrier+ Triple Lipid-Peptide Cream (liked but didn’t blow me away)
• Fresh Rose & Hyaluronic Acid Deep Hydration Face Cream
• Paula’s Choice Skin Recovery Daily Lotion & Treatment Balm
Currently loving:
• All Dr. Jart products, particularly the ceramidin cream but that isn’t moisturizing enough for me to use on its own
• Korres Grape Velvet Skin Drink to layer on top
Looking at:
• First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream
• Kiehls Ultra Face Cream
• Belif True Cream Moisturizing Bomb
• IT Cosmetics Confidence in a Cream
• Trying Drunk Elephant again?
Would so appreciate any advice or feedback on these products or others I should look at. I’m also open to purchasing drug store and using my gift card for something else.
Thank you!!
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2023.06.10 20:20 blurryturtle 2023 Roland Garros Men's Finals 🐢

As usual, before a big final, I like to get a little behind the scenes insight. Last time, I got up close and personal with the players, but as a result, a restraining order was issued, so this time, I leveled up and installed some cameras in their hotel rooms. This will give us a first-hand look at their prep for the finals.
Casp-o-vision :
Sunday, June 11th. The clock strikes 6:00AM. Norwegian music begins playing. Casper’s eyes open. “Ahhh Kongesangan,” thinks Casper, “the only choice for brushing one’s teeth”. Casper begins brushing. He is already in the bathroom, where he sleeps standing up to maximize efficiency. He brushes the right side efficiently, and does the best he can on the other. Though these teeth are mainly defensive, they are constantly improving. Casper turns to his coaches, who are sitting in the tub watching him brush. They nod and make fists, the only coaching he has ever received from them. He nods and makes a fist as well. The main coach, whose name he has never learned, hands him a plate of Fårikål, and he begins eating. “Shouldn’t I have eaten this before I brushed my teeth?” he asks, but perhaps the storyteller, like Casper’s team, did not think this through. Still though, Google is very informative. “Boy, I sure do love Oslo,” muses Casper. “And fjords.” Wow, Casper is ready for Roland Garros.
Djokocam :
Sunday June 11th. The clock strikes 6:00AM. Norwegian music begins playing. “Perhaps we should not have been roommates” thinks Novak, as he looks across the room to Casper’s bed. But Casper is not there. Djokovic stretches his impervious to cramps body. He is not in a bed, but gently relaxing on a bed of moss, which grew when he summoned it with warrior one. He eases slowly into chair pose, and a chair appears. Goran quickly sits in it. “Look at my cool new shades!” says Goran. “Very nice, Goran,” says Novak, as he closes his eyes to begin meditating. “You think we can win, Novak?” asks Goran, while swinging his legs excitedly in the chair. “Yes, Goran,” answers Novak. “Can you believe they eat snails here?” asks Goran, while pretending his hand is an airplane. “Yes, Goran,” answers Novak. “Would you ever eat a snail?” asks Goran, while pretending he is an airplane. “Yes, Goran,” answers Novak. “Wow,” says Goran. His friend Novak is so cool.
Casper emerges from the bathroom, and Djokovic heads in. There are crumbs in the sink, and Ruud’s team shake their fists and nod at him as he begins combing his hair. Novak shakes his head. He is ready for Roland Garros.
Men’s Singles Final :
There is something about Casper Ruud’s game that makes it seem like he is not doing anything special. He is ultra-consistent, and he makes the right choices in almost every situation, but his disciplined approach can make a player like Zverev or Rublev seem like they are on another level. Ruud has made two Grand Slam finals already (both last season), but was summarily written off before they began, suffering defeat at the hands of Carlos Alcaraz at the US Open, and Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros. Here again, he is being given very slim chances by most people. When you do everything right (by the book), there is a sense that you become predictable, and the greats of the game have excellent situational awareness. If they can move early to your shots, you’re not going to get many errors from them. It makes this a very uphill battle for him, because Novak Djokovic is a player that is unlikely to be rattled by the classic patterns and approaches to the game, and is one of the most consistent players the tour has ever seen. Once he gets in a rhythm, you’re playing a tennis game set to expert, so Casper will need to elevate his aggression here.
Ruud will thankfully be fresh for the finals, but after watching the Alcaraz demise it’s hard to gauge how long that will last. Him being a bit older does give him a bit more stamina and experience, and he had a fairly quick match against Zverev. He’s also done this before, so I think physically he is ready to go 5 sets. Thinking, though, isn’t it always the cause of our blunders. Zverev looked competitive in parts of their match, but he is not at the top level of the game yet. His ceiling is, but where does his ceiling lurk? Ruud is nearly robotic out there. You know he is going to execute and move the ball well and his defensive skills are solid enough to make his opponent play several shots to win a point. It’s the discipline he has that allows him to do this regardless of the stage and the opponent. Zverev, on the other hand, is very much thinking out there. When he has a setup, it’s very up in the air what he should do. He’s often creating angles and situations that he is only going to play 1-2 of per match, and it leads to errors as he second-guesses and hesitates on shots (especially rough in choosing when and when not to come to net). In truth, he could have wound up deep in the match against Casper, but when Zverev had control or time, he made a lot of unforced errors trying to crack Ruud’s defenses. Despite having a ton of experience on tour, Zverev has not really ironed out his game and since returning from injury, he hasn’t really dealt with a match where he had to play hard every point in order to win. The ability is there, but the repetition of effort is not.
Speaking of repetition of effort, it should be noted what a great adjustment Djokovic made in his semifinal match. He is very frequently a slow starter on clay, but he came out and looked to match Alcaraz’s aggression from the start. It was a very “I’m not going to miss and I want you to know that” approach, and digging in in this manner started to forced Alcaraz to come up with more and more ambitious attempts. They both have a lot of heat on their shots, but Alcaraz is certainly the one swinging harder on the average ball. He started to make errors, but it looked to me like he would wear down Djokovic’s defenses with the onslaught. There have been a number of matches this tournament where the first couple games were furiously played, and eventually one player settled into their role as a defender, or folded up and forced offense until they lost. This didn’t feel like the case here, as both of these players can legitimately expect to hit a high percentage of their shots no matter what style they proceed with. A good example is how a post-cramp, immobile and defeated Alcaraz was able to guide winners off Djokovic’s serve. Not a strategy to win the match, but something that he rarely uses in match-play yet was instantly able to do.
After losing the first set, I still like Alcaraz’s chances. It had become the best type of ATP match, one where the player who is serving doesn’t just automatically win. The great big 3 matchups featured so many breaks and yet those breaks weren’t huge cracks or fails at all, it was just that at the highest level, players can play defense and offense from everywhere on the court. They exchanged breaks late in the 2nd set, and it seemed like Alcaraz’s aggression was finally mentally wearing Djokovic down. Early in the third though, disaster struck in the way that it always seems to when a phenom plays Djokovic at a major. Carlos Alcaraz cramped. Spectacularly. His hand cramped, his calf cramped, and he looked like Medusa slid in his DMs for a moment. Big credit to Djokovic for being bigger than the moment, and coming across the net to express concern and help Alcaraz to his chair. Cramping is something that affects a lot of players on tour, but it was pretty unexpected from Alcaraz. His physical strength is off the charts, and he trains extremely hard. If some combination of nerves and over-exertion really caused this, then it’s a by-product of Djokovic being willing to go toe-to-toe with him right from the start of the match.
There are great nutritionists working on the tour, but once you actually go full-cramp, it is nearly impossible to continue playing tennis. The muscle is in pain, and doesn’t want to fully flex even if you do. In short, you’re fatigued, in pain, and weak. Alcaraz forfeited the game so he could get treatment, but with 2 full sets left against the guy who is leading the GOAT debate currently (and competing against off-tour opponents), you’re pretty much finished. Brave of Alcaraz to finish out the match, and I had some hope that the kid would go full-tank and hydrate to recover for a 4th, but it appeared the damage was irreversible. He stood in on some returns, and while this means that any poor returns leave your court position too shallow to cover both wings of the court, he did show a pretty good ability to utilize this tactic. I’d love to see him do more of this in the future, as the best returners are pretty much hugging the baseline and you need this to win with minimized effort on hardcourt and grass. I’d also add, his deep return position was allowing Djokovic to serve and volley an awful lot, and Novak really was the one scoring off the dropshot in the non-cramp sets so Alcaraz will need to work on some other strategies. A good restful win for Djokovic, and a new wrinkle to the “how high will Alcaraz rise” debate. I don’t think too many people were really expecting cramps (to my knowledge it’s the first time he’s dealt with that on tour), and he had the momentum before they occurred.
One of the best things about majors is how long the players are out there. It allows for so many deviations in strategy and planning. Dumping sets to conserve energy, planning to sprint early then take a set off, and changes in strategy (holding back a bit of pace on serves early or playing frequent dropshots to take your opponents legs) can be really effective. Djokovic got the benefit of an interesting result here. It seemed like his defense was good enough to keep Alcaraz at bay but he wasn’t able to counter-punch. If this was by design, kudos to him and his team for allowing Alcaraz to punch himself out. If it wasn’t, it has at a minimum inspired other players to dig in on defense against Carlos now that they’ve seen the gas tank actually on E, which is tremendous for the tour since we’ve seen a few top guys fold against him already. The names on the trophies are less important than creating an environment where these guys can compete at their freest, because the sport won’t continue to grow unless the product is visibly enticing to the non-tennis public.
Djokovic Ruud should be a great match, the same way Swiatek Muchova was today. Ruud has yet to win a set against Djokovic in his career, but almost every single set has been confined to a single break of serve. That’s largely what I expect here. Ruud is good enough to compete with Djokovic for 75% of the match. Similar to the CA/ND situation that caused the cramps, Ruud is good enough to play Djokovic on even terms, but not really able to get out of trouble once he’s in it. Since Djokovic’s measured approach won’t wear himself out like Alcaraz’s did, this means a long match, with a vaguely assured result. This is good for Ruud for a few reasons. One, he won’t be distracted very often. When you’re going uphill but are a great competitor like Ruud, you don’t get caught up in the “what ifs” of an L or fret changes in the scoreline, you just keep an eye on how you’re doing out there. Trying different approaches, working on the spots you’re losing ground in, and communicating with your box constructively rather than complaining are useful, and keep you in the present moment. That’s a good place to stay for Casper here, because the crowd is very likely to get behind him. Djokovic is a beloved champion, but fans want to see a long match. If Ruud was considered an even contender here, he could almost enter villain territory, as fans would not want to see a great champion dethroned. Since he’s publicly regarded as a plucky underdog, he’ll have plenty of support.
Tennis-wise, the problem here is simple. Djokovic has the best backhand in tennis, and Ruud fights his off. He can create some great angles with it, and hits passes fairly well, but it’s a safe target for Djokovic which means the majority of shots are going to go there. We all saw how devastating a weapon the dropshot and forehand inside-in became for Alcaraz when Tsitsipas attempted to camp in his backhand corner, and I fear that Ruud will have similar issues in this match. This is doubly tricky because Djokovic’s backhand dropshots are much better and much more frequently attempted down the line. Ruud served well against Zverev, but he went out wide from the duece court a lot and Zverev never really punished him for it. Djokovic ropes these shots cross-court very well and he’s good at picking a few spots to up the aggression. If Casper is forced to abandon this serve, it’s a problem because it’s generally the best way to ensure that his second shot is a forehand. He plays well behind the pattern, but great returners (and great teams hello Goran) are likely to notice any significant lean on a particular serve. The odds at -450 indicate that Ruud will be competitive (because basically everyone watching is looking to bet on Djokovic at this point), but this would be the most surprising result that has occurred in tennis in a very long time. I think Ruud wins the same set via steady play and heavy hitting that Khachanov did, but it’s hard to see Djokovic struggling with patterns and opponents that he has already figured out. Djokovic in 4.
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2023.06.10 20:20 2BlackChicken My all animal products dessert (almost)

I called it the honey vanilla mousse. I took a maple syrup mousse and adapted a few things to use almost 100% animal products in it. (I never realized it was animal dessert before but I'm sure it could make your vegan friends cringe.)
It is not a healthy recipe BTW. Too sugary but I make it for Christmas.
- 4 eggs - 500ml of heavy cream for whipping - 250ml of honey - gelatin (those small packs you get at the grocery store.) + 25g of water - Optional: 1-2 stalks of vanilla (It makes it so much better but it's vegetal. You can skip it for the fun of making an all animal product dessert.)
Separate the yolks from the white. In a pot, heat the honey until is liquidly and turn the heat down. Add the yolks. Make sure the mixture is heating but that you're not cooking the yolks. When homogenous and thicker, take off the heat. Add the inside of the vanilla beans to the mixture and let it cool down to below 50°C. Add the gelatin+water mix.
Whip the cream. Whip the egg whites. Incorporate the whipped egg white into the whipped cream by folding with a spatula and then the sugary mix slowly. Pour everything in a large flat container and put it into the fridge for 2-4 hours. Serve.
With the leftovers, you can freeze it to make incredible ice cream!
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2023.06.10 20:19 Which_Ad883 Who still loves me

A slight misunderstanding and you pull up the blow-up mattress
And for me, that’s it’s - I can’t be an actress
Not again tonight
“What’s changed?” You ask
“Everything,” I think
“Nothing” you say
I guess I should go pray that your feelings for me haven’t completely gone away
Silently visualizing harming my sweet skin
While holding my sweet, little girl, kissing her sweet, little chin
I sing her lullabies to sleep and pray that she can’t hear the tears that fall from my cheeks
“You’re beautiful mommy”
And there it is;
the one reason I can hold on
That I can’t give up
That I must go on
Her love is healing me,
Keeping me
from drowning
I pull my head above the water and breathe in the air
I kiss the top of her hair and lay beside her crib
Here I will stay tonight, next to someone who still loves me
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2023.06.10 20:19 CodyMadeThis I captured this using the super slow mo feature on my s9 while trying to film water falling from a bridge. More details in body of post.

I captured this using the super slow mo feature on my s9 while trying to film water falling from a bridge. More details in body of post.
So as the title reads I captured this while filming some water falling off a bridge during a heavy rainfall using the super slow mo feature on a Samsung galaxy s9 because i thought it was cool. This was taken back on June 21st, 2020. When I watched it back I noticed the object that moves across the sky, I did not see it initially. The super slow mo feature shoots at 960fps, so the speed at which the object moves is incredibly fast if it is in fact in the sky. To me it appears to come from behind the trees and move behind the powerlines, water falling and then out of frame, but I'm posting for other's opinions. Idk if this could be an artifact from the camera or something like a gnat flying by very close to the phone giving the illusion of appearing to be something moving quickly further away up in the sky. My reason for not sharing this when I first noticed it years ago was simply that I didn't feel it was compelling enough. I'm a skeptic when it comes to almost everything I see but I do believe there is something out there. After seeing lots of other people's posts I figured I might as well share my experience as well.
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2023.06.10 20:19 tiptoeponder Need to replace pole, looking for advice / recommendations!

My pole was stolen this morning 🙃. Long story short, I witnessed and had to become somewhat involved in a mental health crisis near the water today. I set my pole down, and after about 30 minutes of dealing with the situation / EMS, returned to my spot. My pole was stolen. Fortunately I left the rest of my gear in the car nearby.
Anywho, I want to replace it as soon as possible, and am viewing this as a good opportunity to upgrade my setup a little! Or at least be more intentional about it.
I’m newish go fishing and my setup was:
-7’ St. Croix Bass X Baitcasting Rod, Medium Heavy (I believe?) -Shimano SLX reel
I don’t have a boat and stick to pier / shore fishing in Minnesota. I like fishing for bass, but am intrigued by targeting others like pike, perch, etc. I like something lightweight, and typically use ned rigs, carolina rigs, spinners, and top-water frogs.
My setup was awesome, but I’m open to changing it up! I’m not totally set on bait caster, as sometimes it can be awkward casting to my non-dominant side. I also found it long at times, when fishing in tighter pockets.
Any recommendations? My budget is probably around $200, and I would buy used if it meant nicer components!
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2023.06.10 20:18 somewhere12-- Would you use powder kratom mixed in drink 4 days post tooth extraction?

I'm not taking any of this as medical advice, just want to hear your stories.
The capsules are just not hitting me like the powdered kratom does.
I don't want dry socket of course, but wondering in your experience when you went back to powdered kratom.
I also am on a mainly liquid diet still, and also easy foods like yogurt, applesauce, and ice cream, and I use warm salt water gargled 3-4 times a day.
What was your experience?
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2023.06.10 20:18 SenorPwnador Sealing Gaps in Eternal facing Shiplap

*external, ugh. Hey folks, I recently discovered that an eternal facing wall in my home has zero insulation behind the sheet rock, and the wall gets extremely hot in hot weather. In fact the previous owner install mirrors on this wall so it was actually radiating heat! Anyway, I tore away the sheetrock and see that we have diagonal shiplap (old house built to Galveston county codes). Outside there are old asbestos shingles and siding. Most of it is sealed nice and tight, but in some spots there are gaps and I can feel the heat pouring through. I’m going to put insulation up on this wall, but wonder if I should take the extra steps to use some sort of gap filler or caulking to fill in these gaps first. Gaps are about 1/8”-1/4” and you can feel a draft of hot air pouring through. Any reason not to seal it with gap filler?
Thoughts appreciated.
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