2022.01.26 05:19 actuallycorrection Pov your stuck in a fight against your first Uber cat how screwed are you?(first forms only)
2022.01.26 05:19 Frosty_Caregiver1696 Got visited by Jesus Christ mid-game
2022.01.26 05:19 MercenaryXX9 Introducing The Bulls of Wallstreet!
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2022.01.26 05:19 hot_peak_420 Supplements for quicker hair growth and good hair health
2022.01.26 05:19 fyriskipivp How secure is your communication network?
The world is always evolving and developing; it never stands still. These forces have been felt most strongly in the twenty-first century, particularly in the rapid rise of technology and globalization, which has become an inextricable aspect of our existence.
As a basis, our pick is Sylo. This is a very good project that I have been onto for quite some time. It seeks to be a decentralized communication application and data exchange network powered by a Layer 2 micropayments infrastructure and the SYLO token. User-run Service Peers provide infrastructure to the network. It has the unique Sylo Smart Wallet which has a decentralized private messenger and crypto wallet (where you can store all ERC20 tokens as well as ERC721 NFTs)
The Sylo Smart Wallet is decentralized with no single point of control. Your communications are encrypted, genuinely safe when combined with military-grade encryption. The ability to support millions of users in terms of performance and scalability, decentralized, private communication, storage, and micropayments are all possible with the network.
Sylo ensures that you are safe, with the ability to trust, because the lives of journalists, activists, migrants, and others are dependent on encryption as promised by developers.
The characteristics Sylo possesses that distinguishes it from the competition is that on the Sylo Platform, all messages, voice conversations, video calls, and file transfers are end-to-end encrypted, which means that only you and your intended recipients can see what is communicated.Sylo adheres to cryptography's first rule: “Don't roll your own crypto.”
The Sylo smart wallet allows users to buy bitcoin in-app and transmit it directly to their wallet eliminates a major 'anguish' that prevents beginners from taking use of cryptocurrency's benefits.
Meanwhile, developers can use the Sylo Protocol to create decentralized communication applications.The protocol was created solely on a peer-to-peer basis with the purpose of allowing developers to create decentralized applications (dApps) with the same degree of user experience (UX) as regular messaging apps. This helps to avoid the scalability concerns that other dApps encounter.
You could even use the Sylo Experience SDK to create your own standalone web3 app, leveraging the Sylo Smart Wallet user base of over 50 countries! There is no need to be concerned about registration or other matters such as payments.
Can you share with me what communication network you use apart from MONERO , LITECOIN or DASH and how safe you think you are?
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2022.01.26 05:19 Repulsive_Narwhal_10 Good Bot
2022.01.26 05:19 astodev A man used a cellphone jammer to increase his odds in traffic
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2022.01.26 05:19 katknip98 Pap talk aka let's be the change.
Before I start my "pap" talk. Hehe. I want to start by saying that originally this was going to be just another rant post because I'm SO at my wit's end, and I am so frustrated with everything to do with doctors. Next week I have my OBGYN appointment. I'm super nervous because I really want to go in there strong and as an advocate for my health, but feel like it will be the same sort of thing: They start asking questions without letting me finish my [pretty much] elevatopitch line speech explaining everything they need to know. Ya know how it goes. >< I digress.
With all that aside, I really want this post to be an encouragement post. Sometimes all that is left to do is hope and build each other up and hope that it builds a little piece of yourself too. C: I'll start.
To whom it may concern or help to hear, I'm sorry to every lady out there, dealing with the injustice of not having your health taken seriously. I'm sorry for the days you have to struggle to get out bed to pee. I'm sorry for the days and nights you hang your head over the toilet or even bed in agony. I'm sorry if you had to quit your job or had to take unwanted time off to recover or because you simply couldn't get there because of what you're going through. I'm sorry for all the money you've spent just trying to feel okay, and yet you some how feel worse then before. I'm sorry for the nights that you might sweat so much that you are drenched and cold when you wake up or waking up in the middle of the night to change PJs and blankets; or even during the dead of winter days-- you're just sitting at work but start to break into a sweat for no reason. I am sorry for it all, whatever it is you are going through. I'm so sorry you're hurting. But I'm mostly sorry that I can't fix it for us, but I hope to be a start in encouraging the change for us and our future women.
We must be advocates for our health because no one else can speak for us. We can help and support each other, but we can't speak for each other's pain. Contrary to that statement, the more we speak up about how we have spoken up, and advertise doimg so, the more health care providers are going to have to face the fact of the matter. This is not okay. Even if they say it's common, it's not "normal". Debilitating pain is not normal for anything else, so why should it be for us because we have periods and for our everyday life?
We must be persistent and demand that we get what we need. For example. After being pre-diagnosed with endo by my OBGYN and trying several prescriptions on top of the birth control that I've been taken for years, I realized that I am done "trying" other things. I don't have a family medical history due to adoption. And I think that's what's driving me right now to go in with my heaviest foot down next week. But even women with plenty of family history, such ovarien cancer or PCOS, etc., get ignored. And I'm so ready to walk in next week and stand up for myself. I'm anxious as hell, but I'm at least ready to say no to whatever other "thing" they try to give me, without finding out exactly what the fish is going on. They can prescribe me something when I know exactly what's wrong and that it's worth trying. Even if you already know that you have endo or a relative disordedisease, if something isn't working, speak up!
I hate so much to see how so many of us struggle with the same/similar things, yet we are ignored and told we are over dramatic, it's in our heads, or that it's normal. Again, it ISNT normal. The best advice I have ever been heard is that a period should be merely inconvenient, maybe a little painful, but not debilitating. If you're not getting the answers you need, stand with me and whoever else joins to put your foot down and be an advocate for health. We shouldn't have to suffer and it's time we stop letting everyone else allow us to. Lately, everytime I walk out of the doctors I feel like I got jipped and they did some psych trick on me to shut me up and turn me away. It's so much easier to prescribe something new and have us try it for at least three months than to do any trial or errors necessary to find and fix the problem. They had their "fast pass" for long enough. We are not impatient to want answers to our health. The doctor's are impatient for not wanting to take the time with their patient to solve the problem or least referring someone, more so the right person, who can. This needs to stop. We need to work together and for ourselves to make it stop.
SIDE NOTE: Not all doctors are this way. I know there are good ones out there, but a lot of us are struggling to find those good ones.
Remember we are important. We have goals beyond better health and we are worthy of advocating for our health because it's our lives and futures. Today allow yourself to know and believe this. Wishing everyone well <3
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2022.01.26 05:19 Epikgam m..... 3333 y
2022.01.26 05:19 alper Meanwhile, in Ukraine
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2022.01.26 05:19 dolapderelisabriabi Şu anda Dünyadaki Liderlik Vasfı En Yüksek Yabancı Lider (Stratejik ve Politik Zeka, Lider Karizması, Kriz Yönetimi, Ülkeyi Temsil Etme Yönü vb Özelikler Ele Alınarak)
2022.01.26 05:19 Oponne PC bow users - any recommended keybind scheme?
I played MHW very briefly in the past, so not a whole lot of experience with MH games in general.
I figured I'd give bow a try, since ranged weapons are usually more beginner friendly, and it's been going pretty well so far but I've found myself struggling with the default keybinds. Any bow users here that can recommend their system?
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2022.01.26 05:19 Stock-Necessary-9334 Viper cut getting it ready for 35’s
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2022.01.26 05:19 alper The Draghi dilemma
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2022.01.26 05:19 Theramennoodler666 He’s a pretty boah
2022.01.26 05:19 telex_bot 444: Figyeljenek oda rá, itt nem hibázhatnak – így irányította Schadl az egyetemi vizsgákat
2022.01.26 05:19 Skryeeb Standing here, i realise.....
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2022.01.26 05:19 WillbaldvonMerkatz Revenge
80 years ago
"Hoist the flag and - for all the devils - aim well!"
19th of November 1941 was a beautiful day on the western coast of Australia. Breeze was light, sea was calm and sun was shining. Crew of the slim light cruiser "Sydney" took advantage of the weather. Sailors napped on the deck or bathed in the warm rays of the sun. Others played cards or smoked outside. Their superior officers gathered on the bridge to drink a decent indonesian coffe from Java, while exchanging anecdotes. Very few crew members stayed on duty.
Whatever could happen at this end of the world, so far from war-torn Europe? And if something did happen, "Sydney" would blast it smithereens. It was no ordinary ship after all. "Sydney" was a pride and glory of the Australian fleet. Although the war barely started it already had a score of notable achievements. The ship took part in the Mediterranean campaign, first sinking the Italian destroyer "Espero" and later on, during the battle of cape Spatha, chasing and sinking its Italian counterpart, cruiser "Bartolomeo Colleoni" after fierce fire exchange. The ship was nicknamed "Grey Gladiator" and the crew considered this their point of honour.
Even the name "Sydney" itself had a history. Its predecessor from the time of WWI was the one who sunk the elusive German light cruiser "Emden". In 1914 the ship spent three months avoiding detection and sinking merchandise of the Entente, until "Sydney" sent it to the bottom on the 9th of November at the battle of Coconut Islands - first battle in the history of the young Australian naval force. The success was greatly celebrated and cannons from the wreck of "Emden" were brought to display back in the country as war trophy. As the cruiser approached the point at which the battle took place, maybe someone reminisced that fight from 27 years before?
"Sydney" (displayed on photo) was a modified british Leander class cruiser. Smooth and slim hull was 171 meters long and had 17 meters of maximum width, with total tonnage of 8850 BRT. Top speed equaled 33 knots, with maximum range of operations reaching 7100 miles. Main armament was eight 152mm guns in four turrets, two aft and two forward.. Secondary armament consisted of four 102mm guns. Auxiliaries included 12 large-caliber HMG mounts and eight tubes for launching 533mm torpedoes. Main battery had a range of 22km and average firing ratio of 8 shots per minute. Crew numbered 645 souls, officers and sailors, under command of veteran sailor of WWI, captain Joseph Burnett.
Idyllic day when "Sydney" was sailing back to its port in Freemantle was cut short by a smoke on the horizon at 4 p.m. Checkup was necessary. At the sight of a warship, mysterious ship turned tail and tried escaping, but it was a vain effort, as "Sydney" had twice the speed.
When Australians cut the distance, captain orders to flash a question with the communication light: "What ship?". Freighter reacts slowly, as if somebody had serious trouble reading the signals. Instead of light, the signs are transmitted with flags, but the cargo sailor keeps making mistakes, and even drops the flag during the process. At the same time, the crew runs around on the deck chaotically, tripping over their own feet. Australian sailors gather on the deck to watch the spectacle, laughing and loudly mocking the running idiots, visibly not suited to the marine life. "Get back to fishing, you dimwits!" To scare the other crew and make them even more nervous, forward turrets get turned in their direction.
Finally, the ship declares its name - "Straat Malakka" - Dutch freighter heading to Batawii in East India. So everything is all right - those are allies. Guns turn back and atmosphere goes back to normal. But one last question remains. Ship is asked to provide special serial number issued to all Allied civillian ships. No answer. Slightly irritated, captain tries again. No answer. Starting to grow furious after few next attempts, captain orders the launch of Walrus seaplane to check this strange ship from closer distance.
Catapult is slowly turning to launch the plane. Ships are still getting closer to each other, now sailing on parallel courses in the distance of around 1000 meters . Suddenly, right before the plane was meant to be launched, the freighter transmitted the message on open channel. "We are under attack by German raider!". "What in God's name are they playing at!!!?" - yelled captain.
At 5:30 p.m., the mast of "Dutch freighter" flashes with blood red banner of Kriegsmarine. Camouflage drops, revealing cannons aimed at australian vessel. Clumsiness of the crew disappears. Now they act like well-oiled war machine, preparing munitions and making final corrections to the aim, commanded with short, decisive orders.
Terrifying surprise chills Australians to the bone, accompanied by light sea breeze. A split second feels like eternity.
First series of gunshots from low caliber guns hit the command bridge of "Sydney", killing far too confident captain Burnett and all of his officers. Seconds later, the crew on the deck follows, paying for their curiosity and mockery with blood, that overflows the deck of light cruiser. Walrus seaplane is hit with precise salvo and burns brightly with flame, spilling scorching fuel around. Meanwhile the main cannons hidden in the hull of German ship pummel the hull of "Grey Gladiator" with shot after shot, aiming to disable its critical systems. The menacing shape of metal cigar leaves the tube located at the prow and slides under the waves in the direction of its wounded prey.
"Freighter" was a German auxiliary cruiser HSK "Kormoran" (codename: Ship 41), at that time assigned a mission of laying minefields along the coast of Australia. Germany was completely unprepared for oceanic naval combat at the start of the war, having only 23 oceanic submarines and 3 heavy cruisers at its disposal. Therefore, they turned to the proved methods from the WWI, converting several civilian ships into raiders meant to harass enemy merchant fleet. "Kormoran" was a fairly new freighter, built in 1938. Main armament consisted of six 150mm guns. Secondary armament was two 37mm cannons, supported by five 20mm AA cannons. The equipment also consisted of six torpedo tubes, Arado Ar-196 seaplane, small LS-3 type motor torpedo boat and 400 mines.
In the irony of history, it was not the first German ship under this name on this waters. Its predecessor, German auxilliary cruiser converted from a steamship, was present in the shadow of the dying "Emden" in 1914, its crew forced to watch its demise. 27 years earlier, the previous "Kormoran" was doing his best to outrun the victorious "Sydney" chasing after him, until finally reaching the american island of Guam, where it was put in internment.
Will the history repeat itself this time?
German crew is under command of Theodor Detmers, a seasoned naval officer. All this time he carefully watches the battle, standing in stoic pose on his command bridge, issuing short orders in cold blood. He knows he attacked a prey far too big and mighty for his ship under normal circumstances. But the surprise and chaos gives him hope for winning this engagement, even with his outdated main guns.
German gunnery crews do not rush the shots, focusing on careful and methodical destruction of critical subsystems like fire control or turret suspension. At this distance, they cannot miss. Every few seconds, the deck of light cruiser trembles with another hit. After few whiles a gush of water rises underneath tower "A" when torpedo reaches its target, hitting the forward part of the ship and taking out the rotation system of two forward turrets, effectively disabling them for the rest of the battle. "Sydney" trims forward. HMG crews from "Kormoran" regularly swipe the deck, preventing anyone from reaching secondary armament and AA guns. "Gladiator" is no longer grey, as its deck literally drips with blood.
The battle may seem one sided to this point, but it was far from over. "Kormoran" had no armor at all, and even single shot from enemy main cannon could spell its demise. It was, after all, just an armed civillian vessel going against proper warship. After two full minutes of murderous onslaught, the last functioning, aftmost turret fires its first salvo into the German ship. It is a miss, as turret was aimed at much longer range and all external fire control systems are already lost. However, after few next salvos, first shell finally lands, killing all the engineers in the Kormoran's engine department and drastically slowing its movement. Another shot takes out one of the 150mm guns and yet another one hits the fuel, enlarging the fire already spreading in the engine room.
Covered in smoke and flames, "Kormoran" halts completely, but its guns keep firing, preventing "Sydney" from firing even one shot more. In the last, desperate attempt, the cruiser tries to ram the opposing ship, but misses it and goes behind the stern. The barrage lasts for the next 25 minutes until captain Detmers finally ceases all fire and focuses on fighting the spreading fires. The lifeless wreck that used to be pride and glory of Australia, slowly drifts into horizon, accompanied by occasional explosion of munition caches.
Fire on auxiliary cruiser is spreading and desperate attempts to put it down do not work. The hold is loaded with mines, which can explode any moment. Captain Detmers finally gives order to abandon ship. He himself leaves as the final living member of the crew, not long after midnight. After drifitng for a while, German sailors notice a flash on the horzion. Their adversary - HMAS "Sydney" - finally breathes its last, sinking in an explosion of main munition magazine. Not long after "Kormoran" follows him to the bottom as fire finally reaches the mines stacked onboard.
After few days Australian ships picked up the remaining 318 members of the German crew. Not a single soul from "Sydney" survived. For years, the only memento of the ship were the remains of the raft with signs of gunshots on them, kept in Australian War Memorial. Sinking of the light cruiser was the single biggest loss of Australian lives during the entire war.
The strange battle and the fact, that no Australian survived was a potent ground for conspiracy theories. The public opinion suspected the involvement of Japanese warships or planes, slaughter of the survivors under orders of Detmers or some other scenario, each more fantastical than the one before. Contrary to this, the report for Australian naval command from 1941 clearly supports the testimony of captain Detmers and his crew and concludes that modified civilian vessel indeed sank the cruiser. Both wrecks were finally located in 2008, after years of searching.
This is the conclusion of the battle that brought death to one captain and Knight Cross to the other. To this day it remains the only battle where modified civillian ship managed to sink modern armored warship in direct confrontation and one of the few naval duels that ended in both participants sinking to the bottom.
After 27 years wheel of fortune changed, pitting "Sydney" and "Kormoran" against each other once again. And this time, the Grey Goliath has fallen.
Text written by: Andrzej Matowski - II wojna światowa w kolorze
Photo colorisation: Mateusz Pietruszkiewicz - Kolor na froncie
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2022.01.26 05:19 xxxtogxxx sim settlements is the highlight for fallout 4 on xbox this month, but it's too big to download on the allocated space xbox gives you.
am i missing something?
sim settlements 2 885mb
sim settlements 2:chapter 2 791mb
rise of the commonwealth 7mb
wasteland adventures 327mb
required frameworks are maybe 1mb total
by my math that's over 2gb required, but my xbox only allocates 1.85gb for mods. is there a way to change allocation size? do i have to buy a bigger xbox? i've got hundreds of gigs free. would love to be able to use them.
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2022.01.26 05:19 platagenet25 Why do you lose faith in what you start?
2022.01.26 05:19 alper Episode 82
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2022.01.26 05:19 No_Book1937 My nails need to be repainted soon
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2022.01.26 05:19 gamepilaties Rock star!
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2022.01.26 05:19 ceesaart When boys gave up and left the water saying "Enough for me", I kept going – Kateryna Nikitenko, first female diver with the Armed Forces of Ukraine. VIDEO
2022.01.26 05:19 PhatMattGames Unitologists stay losing
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