2022.01.26 06:27 ApprehensiveAd6181 My Jerky Ex
Man, gotta love the pettiness of some people. One of my ex’s friends invited me to play with him in a multiplayer video game. And from looking at the friend’s video game profile I could see he was playing with my ex. At that moment I wasn’t able to join the friend in the game, so I messaged him and said I was busy but I’d join in later. Later on, I was able to join so I told him that. Pretty sure he didn’t see my message unfortunately 😅 however the guy went offline soon after. I thought maybe my ex had something to do with the situation, so I unblocked him on Twitter and messaged him, asking if he knew anything about his friend inviting me to play the game with them. I checked to see if he had seen the message later and indeed he had. So I dismissed it and went on with my life. About a half hour later I checked the messages again because I’m weird like that…and guess what? He had blocked me 😂 Like, seriously? If he wasn’t a part of the invitation he could’ve just said so and I wouldn’t of said anything else after that. But nah he blocked me. So I blocked him again back and messaged his friend again asking about his motivation of inviting me to play the game with them. Pretty sure I won’t get an answer but I’m curious so why not, Lolol. I thought I had known my ex’s true colors after the breakup but nope, he’s so much worse than I thought, it’s awesome 😂 Gotta give him kudos for being so ruthless though, blocking me after I asked a simple question that he could’ve just said a simple yes or no to. No, he just straight up blocked me, haha. Pretty hilarious in my opinion. Welp now I know he wants nothing to do with me, pfffft. Gotta love a jerky ex 😎
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2022.01.26 06:27 PsychologicalWind591 Lillie from Pokemon X & Y
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2022.01.26 06:27 zurg_hurr This bring a new meaning to A&W.
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2022.01.26 06:27 FrogInFog08 Antigen presentation question
So basically I get that professional antigen presenting cells normally present extracellular antigens with MHC II to CD4 T cells. Infected cells normally present cytosolic (e.g. viral) antigens with MHC I to CD8 T cells. APCs, which express costimulants are able to activate helper T cells, while infected cells (unless they're APCs) don't, and are unable to activate cytotoxic T cells (for which cross presentation is needed by dendritic cells).
If this is the case, then why do we need MHC I presentation by non-APC cells at all? The meaning of MHC I presentation in the first place is to check if cells are presenting their normal cellular peptides or anything else by cytotoxic T cells and NK cells. Now I understand that it is still useful to have the MHC I system on non-APCs in order for NK cells to function, but it seems pointless for CD8 T cells.
Am I missing something or is this how it is supposed to be ?
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2022.01.26 06:27 hinsch How satisfied are you with your Enyaq?
2022.01.26 06:27 treystar679X Count Dooku was played by the Ultimate Sigma male. Christopher Lee is forever awesome.
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2022.01.26 06:27 codingMASTER398 Anyone got a list of cheese image URLs?
I'm developing a web app and need some images of most types of cheese.
Is there any list of images that I could use? I know this probably is a thing, but if it is, please let me know.
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2022.01.26 06:27 J0NNYB0I13 Halo Infinite Multiplayer #2 Fiesta!!! checkout and help out with my channel
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2022.01.26 06:27 Chemical_Objective30 help me find the movie/film/music video to which this image montage belongs!!!
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2022.01.26 06:27 JimmyMus NKD -Daniel Castro Hernández Naife, cuchillo canario. SS N690, 180mm
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2022.01.26 06:27 habituallinestepp3r Framing a drum head
My dad bought me an autographed snare head from one of my favorite players when I was a kid, and it’s been sitting in a box for 10 years. It’s a 14 inch snare head and I can’t seem to find a frame that would fit. Does anyone have any recommendations?
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2022.01.26 06:27 mightbehereformemes Supreme Leader App?
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2022.01.26 06:27 honeybertram The Somerton Man/Tamam Shud mystery: Dad and I try solve a mystery
A/N: all of these assumptions made are essentially baseless as we are not Australian law enforcement. Essentially, every morning when dad and I drive to work, we discuss a strange topic or try solve a crime. Today's was "The Somerton Man" and below is the conclusion we have come to based off what we could find. We call this obscure activity "the mo(u)rning commute" and I'm posting it as I want discussion, if you like.
Context: On the 1st of December 1948, an unidentified man was found on the Somerton Park Beach, just south of Adelaide, Australia. There was no identification on the man and neither his fingerprints nor dental records matched anyone in the system. The case gained the name "Tamam Shud" based on a small strip of paper found in his concealed fob pocket, with these words printed. This term translates to "is over" or "is finished." This paper was found to come from a specific copy of the Rubiyat of Omar Khayyam. Over the years there has been much speculation as to how this man ended up on a beach, unidentifiable, and dead by poison. Theories such as spies, espionage, and love affairs have been thrown around but nothing concrete has ever been decided. Before reading our following speculations, I highly suggest you read the entire Wikipedia page on it, it's quite thorough: Somerton Man (content warning: the display picture is taken post mortem.)
This much we know to be true: What helped in the beginning with understanding all of this is a few things. One, dad and I are from New Zealand, this gives us a relatively good understanding of Australia. Two, dad is a huge war buff (especially ANZAC) and this takes place at the end of World War II. Three, dad's an analyst and I'm nosey, if the information is out there - we'll find it and interpret it.
I also want to preface by saying, unfortunately, we don't believe that there are any spies or Russian Communists in this story. Like most things, the answer here (so we believe) is one of the easiest options. W. H. Auden said "evil is unspectacular and always human."
So, going on the basis we are aware of all the different people in this case, we'll start with what we know, the Somerton Man potentially being born around 1905. Alf Boxell is then born in 1906. Propser Thompson being born in 1912. Then Jessie Harkness-Thompson being born in 1921.
Propser moves to Mentone, Melbourne and marries his first wife in 1936. Jessie meets with Alf Boxell in Sydney, shortly before he leaves to serve in the Royal Australian Engineers, gives him an inscribed copy of the Rubiyat of Omar Khayyam and this occurs in 1945.
In 1946, Jessie moves to Mentone, Melbourne to live with her parents - she is pregnant at this time. In 1947, Jessie moves to Adelaide and changes her surname to "Thompson." Her son is also born in this year, giving him this same surname.
Alf returns to Sydney after being discharged, in 1948. (Sometime around 1945, Alf writes a letter to Jessie. She tells him she is married and there is no recorded correspondence after 1945. It's possible Jessie was lying to cease contact or she was living "de facto" with a partner). Using records from an Adelaide local court, we know that Propser is living at the Moseley Street address in Glenelg between 1947-1948.
In 1948, 30th of November, the Somerton Man arrives in Adelaide by train between 8.30am-10.50am. It's unsure what he does between these hours but we know that he checks a suitcase into the cloakrooms between 11am-11.15am.
He boards a 7d bus ticket that departed at 11.15am. He "may" have boarded at another stop but he only has a 15 minute window from the earliest time he could've checked his case in. It's not definitely known what stop was his, but the bus terminated at Somerton Park at 11.44am and enquiries indicated he "must have" gotten off at the Glenelg stop. Notably, the stop is less than a kilometre from the Thompson's Moseley Street address and 400m from where his body will eventually be found.
It's between him and the gatepost as to what he got up to between 11.15am and 7pm where there were various sightings of him on the beach, in the spot and position he will eventually be found deceased in. It's believed that between 10pm-11pm, he eats a pasty.
Estimated time of death was recorded as 2am based on a "quick opinion" on rigor mortis. (However, poison was not yet considered at this point and as poisons affect rigor, 2am is likely to not be accurate.)
An inquest is undertaken and the cause of death was not determined, but I will note it was believed to be poisoning.
Police later find his suitcase and, in his concealed fob pocket, a strip of paper with the words "Tamam Shud" is found on the Somerton Man. These words translated mean "is over" or "is finished." Shortly after this, a man hands in a copy of the Rubiyatt and it's revealed the last page is missing it's "Tamam Shud" and microscopic investigation shows the Somerton Man's scrap matches this specific book.
For those interested, the book was published by Whitcombe and Tombs (now Whitcoulls) in Christchurch, New Zealand (we appreciated the connection). The odd thing about these books in particular is they are specific translations by different blokes, so it's highly unlikely you'll get two Rubiyatt's the same?
What is most interesting, is this copy of the Rubiyatt that was handed in has inscriptions on it of Jessie Thompson's phone number, another unidentified number, and some odd "code." This "code" (I put quote marks as it's never been determined to be actual code) has never been solved.
When police trace the number, they question Jessie and show her a plaster cast of the Somerton Man's body. Jessie claims she cannot identify the man but witnesses say she was taken aback and nearly fainted. The bloke who made the cast said Jessie refused to look at the cast after her first glance.
Jessie then asks police to hide her name as she doesn't want her husband knowing she knew Alf Boxell? (Noted, she wasn't actually married at this time but not a biggie.) Police were now convinced that Alf was the Somerton Man until they found him alive, with an intact Rubiyatt, in 1949.
Propser's divorce gets finalised and he marries Jessie in 1950.
Much later in 1994 it is determined cause of death is poisoning due to digatalis.
All our key players above (Propser, Alf, Jessie, and Robin) die between 1995-2009.
Our (un-proven) Theory: Now we've established those dates and facts, it is time to get into what dad and I have decided is our answer to this age-old mystery. Take it with the grain of salt that we aren't detectives and we're only going with what is accessible online. Feel free to discuss it in comments, let us know ideas.
Knowing that Propser Thompson is living in Mantone, Melbourne in 1936 is where we start. Switching to Jessie, by 1945 she is in Sydney and giving Alf Boxall a copy of the Rubiyatt before he leaves for war. Using our knowledge of Australia during WWII, Sydney was the hub of action and Jessie being a nurse during this time would have her open to a lot of new age excitement.
Due to the nature of the book, we believe this could be something Jessie lives by and gives a copy to Alf to keep his spirits up whilst he's posted. Using the assumption she has a normal pregnancy, Robin is conceived in 1946. We do not believe Alf is the father of this child (as he's already gone).
We do believe that Jessie met a sailor. Now, in the Wikipedia page there is mention to an I.D card that is issued to a H. C. Reynolds. It notes him as being British (which is actually how the coroner described the Somerton man, British) and shows an image of him. Comparing this photo to that of the Somerton Man's corpse, it is strongly believed that this card belongs to him. (I also want to note, his suitcase had a navy cargo stencil in it - supporting this theory.)
So off of that theory, the Somerton Man is a 40-something year old ex-seaman at this point. Seems odd that Jessie would "spend time" with someone his age, but the reconstruction pictures of the Somerton Man don't portray him as...ugly? Also, for the time considered, it's not too odd of an age gap. Dad and I believe Jessie get's pregnant with the son of the Somerton Man, potentially only realising after he has left.
Why do we think the Somerton Man is the father? Wikipedia states "Maciej Henneberg, professor of anatomy at the University of Adelaide, examined images of the Somerton man's ears and found that his cymba (upper ear hollow) is larger than his cavum (lower ear hollow), a feature possessed by only 1–2% of the Caucasian population. In May 2009, Abbott consulted with dental experts who concluded that the Somerton Man had hypodontia (a rare genetic disorder) of both lateral incisors, a feature present in only 2% of the general population. In June 2010, Abbott obtained a photograph of Jessica Thomson's eldest son Robin, which clearly showed that he–like the unknown man–had not only a larger cymba than cavum but also hypodontia. The chance that this was a coincidence has been estimated as between one in 10,000,000 and one in 20,000,000."
Pregnant out of wedlock in 1946, she moves home to her parents and this means she moves to Mentone, Melbourne. Our (baseless) theory is that she meets Propser, has a fling, tells him she's pregnant with his child and does this to ensure a husband to support her (and also ensure she wont be viewed as a harlot).
In 1947, Jessie moves to Adelaide and changes her surname to Thompson, so when her son is born shortly after, he has this name. Alf now arrives back in Sydney by 1948 but this has little to do with our main theory.
We do however know that Propser Thompson is now in Adelaide between 1947-1948 and living at the Moseley Street address. This is where the Somerton Man reappears and our theory comes together.
We believe that the Somerton Man arrived in Melbourne first, Rubiyatt in hand. Why did he have a Rubiyatt? We believe this is because, being a fan of the book and it's message, Jessie might've also given the Somerton Man a copy in a similar fashion she did Alf. We theorise he arrived in Melbourne first because it's unlikely he knew of her new address.
We assume he went somewhere like her parents home or asked around for her. This is where her details in the copy of the Rubiyatt come in. They weren't written in, they were faint indentations left from previous hand-writing. We believe that he got her phone number, wrote it down on paper, but lent on the back of the Rubiyatt to do so.
Unsure of whether he got her number through word of mouth or the phonebook, he now has it and goes looking for her. We believe that he turns up in Adelaide on the 30th of November 1948 by train, still unsure what he does for those first few hours - we are sure that he gets off the bus at Glenelg to go see Jessie.
We theorise that he arrives at her home (after an unspecified amount of time picking up courage, perhaps) and discovers that she has a child and a de-facto partner. Our idea is that he hoped to pick up where he left off with Jessie and seeing this isn't possible, becomes despondent.
There is so much time passed between now and his beach sightings so it's hard to be sure, but our idea is that he wandered back towards the beach. It is disputed when and where the Rubiyatt sans "Tamam Shud" was found by the man who handed it in, but it was commonly believed to be in an unlocked car parked in Jetty Road, Glenelg (somewhere in the backseat).
What we think? He either always carried that slip of paper in his pocket (the tears are neat) to remind him of Jessie or he did it as a sort of "suicide note" before his next actions. We do think that now he was upset over what happened with Jessie, he tossed his book away as he was leaving. We then think that a passerby saw it by a car, assuming it fell out when the door was opened, they placed it back in the car.
Next, I'd be interested to know if there are any historians who know of this area of Adelaide around this time and can tell me if there is a pharmacy nearby.
This is because we believe he goes looking for medication, Digoxin to be precise. Digoxin is the medication extracted from Digitalis and therefore - what we believe lead to his death. This medicine is used to treat heart conditions and the inquest found his heart to be in great condition, so we don't believe it was prescribed.
We are hoping that purchasing medicine over the counter was much more relaxed in this time and he was able to acquire it. He also acquired a pasty at some point around this time. We are still himming and harring over whether the pasty or the medicine was ingested first, but because a side effect of Digoxin overdose is vomiting and no vomit was found - we vote medicine first with pasty chaser.
As the medicine is settling into his system, he noshes back a pasty and heads for the sand. He finds himself with his head against the sea-wall and his legs extended. From the photos, this isn't a comfortable position someone willingly chooses to be seated in. We'd assume that by the time he got in this spot, he was loosing his strength and awareness of surroundings.
Witnesses at 7pm state they saw him extend his right arm to its fullest extent before dropping it limply. Matching this with the unsmoked cigarette on the right side of his chest, he was losing functions due to the medication. The 7.30-8pm couple said they didn't see him move in the half hour he was in view, he didn't react to mosquitos but they did get the impression he'd at least changed position.
Now, police say pasty was eaten 3-4 hours before death but I've already mentioned time of death to be inaccurate. I'll leave this up to discretion because I don't think it matters in this theory. The Somerton Man unfortunately passes away on this beach in the night.
We theorise that it is suicide.
When Jessie is shown the bust, she knows exactly who it is and is shocked that he'd passed away. She does not reveal this because she doesn't want the truth about the paternity of her son to be uncovered. She chooses not to comment and the Somerton Man is still unnamed.
Final Word: This theory is by no means meant to offend or upset anybody, it is simply us attempting to make sense of a very old mystery that is still unresolved. As these are all very real people, we want to say that none of these assumptions are meant to judge or demean these people - very different times and very different circumstances.
We hope this was as interesting to everyone as it was to us.
(p.s. apologies for any mis-types, I'm working with one thumb at the moment)
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2022.01.26 06:27 Akio_69 Do you think that bows and arrows work on the zone??
Just a random thought from a fellow stalker. I mean yeahhh improvised weapon when they run out of bullets and there are tons of trees in the zone and I think it will be used well in an environment like the zone had but I'm not sure, what do you guys think??
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2022.01.26 06:27 NewsElfForEnterprise Metra Milwaukee District West Trains Halted Due To Switch Problem
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2022.01.26 06:27 viboa_gorski What kind of tool/s do you use to improve yourself?
I don't have a specific tool yet. Beside hearing podcasts, reading books, doing sports, I write visionboards every year on new year's eve. It helps me a lot to visualise my life.
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2022.01.26 06:27 Binary_Omlet Great detail dealing with the real life Gyarados origin story in the Coronet Highlands in P:LA [video]
For those unfamiliar: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longmen_(mythology)
This is also the reason why shiny Magikarp are Golden! And why I really wish GF would have went full Chinese Dragon with H-Gyra.
Most players already know about the tale, but I saw this area tonight while in the Highlands and had to share!
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