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2023.06.01 16:43 Googoots Canceling two volunteer opportunities...
I'm about to cancel two volunteer opportunities because I volunteered at the Brooklyn Half and now have my 9+1.
Staten Island Half - Oct 8, 6:30 AM - 12:00 PM, Start/Finish
Race to Deliver 4M - Nov 19, 6:30 AM - 10:30 AM, Course Marshal South
Not sure how long after I cancel that they will show up on the site, but in case anyone needs them, you can stalk the site and see.
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2023.06.01 16:42 recruitnurses Home Care RN - Long Island City, NY
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2023.06.01 16:42 cobratx91 How is the Holiday Inn - Redwood City(Central)
Hi there. I'm unsure how the Holiday Inn Redwood City(Central) location. I'm somewhat interested to travel out to Bay Area for the Billy Strings N1n2 shows in early Oct he is having in Stanford Univ Frost amp. I've been trying to find a hotel around the South Bay area that is close to Stanford and mid way between SFO or SJC airport. I'm trying to find a hotel that is not super expensive but not super cheap. Like at least a 2.5 or 3 star hotel that has A/C and free breakfast(or near local diners/restaurants that have good food that isn't expensive)
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2023.06.01 16:42 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in SC Hiring Now!
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings , feel free to comment here if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.06.01 16:41 as2565 Left my boyfriend of 6 years and am absolutely devastated
My boyfriend and I (27) had been dating since we were 20, and we lived together in various scenarios pretty much the entire time. Our relationship with amazing and full of so much love and understanding and our families very much became each other’s families. The big issue was that I had made sacrifices along the way and prioritized the relationship and because of it he always just got to enjoy the situation he wanted to be in with me there. This was definitely partly my fault for being too afraid of conflict, and I regret that.
We ended up living in a place I really disliked for three years, and the plan was to live there for almost two more. Almost all of our friends lived there and although friends are extremely important to me, for him it was crippling to think about moving away. I tried desperately for those years to make myself happy there and happy with our arrangement (he had a ton of plans every week that were routine and I didn’t feel like he was ever willing to break them to spend time together), but I snapped yesterday and couldn’t do it anymore. I felt like I never truly developed an strong identity and never fully nurtured my hobbies– Partly because we were together so much for formative years, partly because we were so codependent (me even more so), partly because I was always living with his friends in college, and partly because I hated living where we lived so much.
I’m beside myself with grief because I love him infinitely and even the break up was filled with love and understanding. I do see myself with him long term and wanted to marry him and have kids with him, and part of me will absolutely hold out hope that he eventually wants to move to be with me someday. I know I can’t control the future and I think we need the space to grow and mature and become the best versions of ourselves in the meantime, whether that’s for each other or other people.
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2023.06.01 16:41 mikerooooose Shingles as Ridge Cap?
I noticed our ridge vent seems to be blocked on the back side of our house. The shingles appear to be too long and droop over it.
Did the roofers not install a proper ridge cap? I really like the look (and function) of a beefy ridge cap and this looks thin and floppy. Haha. Does it look like it's just shingles?
I spent a lot of time running vents for our soffits so what's the best way to fix this ridge cap? https://imgur.com/MgrW02h
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2023.06.01 16:41 Capinondo How much should I pay for a driver?
Background: I was looking for something in my filing cabinet. I've came across a folder of my old school (Prep and Grade 1), yun folder na yun merong mga pangalan ng mga classmates ko as well as mine. Out of curiosity, tinignan ko sila on Facebook. And sure enough, I found some, and was able to reconnect to one of them (after seeing them 20 years ago!). I was also curious if the school is still in business, so I did some scavenging. Not only na buhay pa yun school. My 1st grade teacher still teaches there!
Anyway, naisip ko na bisitahin yun teacher ko at yun isang classmates ko from 1st grade. Hirap akong mag drive dito sa Pilipinas, and my cousin's boyfriend does Lalamove for a living. Balak ko sana bayaran ko na lang sya for his whole day to drive me around.
For the record, I'm coming from Bulacan (almost at the Pampanga border), the school in question is located in Fairview, Quezon City. And my classmates is currently in Caloocan. I plan to visit the school first, then go to Caloocan afterwards.
The whole trip should be around 120km long (from Bulacan to Fairview to Caloocan, and back to Bulacan)
With that said, how much should I pay him?
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2023.06.01 16:41 NightCities13 88 Years Later-Game 5-Reapings and Train
On all quells, tributes from the same District were tied together, and only a District pair could win.
President Zenia Heavensbee stood on the stage with the quell envelope in her hand. She used a small knife to slit the sealing on the envelope, taking out a pink slip of paper, as pink was the Capitol’s color.
She read aloud the quell “in order to show that the smartest minds helped build a rebellion and must be punished, this quell will contain the smartest youths with the best IQ ages 12 to 18.”
Many in the Capitol were excited for this quell, and prepared for it happily.
Terra Pruitt (victor of the 4th Hunger Games) was given a tour of the lumber mills and a bit of the forest. She was then taken to the reaping square, where the ten best IQ youths of each age from 12 to 18 was lined up, five males and five females.
Terra took a deep breath, before reaching into the female bowl. She removed the name of seventeen year old Cedaria Smithins. A scream of horror was heard as a girl with ginger hair and brown eyes walked to the stage, tears streaming down her face. Cedaria turned and shook Terra’s hand. Cedaria attended a collegiate level of school in District 7 only available for the most intelligent and most skilled. Each District had a college like this.
Terra then reached into the male bowl, and picked a slip of paper from the very bottom. She read aloud the name of eighteen year old Javor Kucera. Javor formerly lived in Slovakia, but his family had been forced to move to District 7. Javor had curly brown hair, and brown eyes.
Cedaria was visited by her mother and two older brothers, Piney and Oaken. She cried in their arms as they held her.
Javor visited with his older brother Havel, and younger sister Jarka, and promised to try and return.
Upon entering the train, the two tributes met their mentor, a 38 year old young man named Mahogany Weaver. He taught both tributes how to throw axes, and took his time giving them both tips.
Upon arrival at the apartment, Cedaria and Javor had their belts put on them. There would be no parade quell years, so they went to bed early, sharing a large bed. Several tribute relationships started from sharing a bed, and from the 10th Games forward, belts would be taken off at night in the apartments.
The next day, Mahogany showed the reaping for District 3, claiming that these tributes would be the smartest.
Terra now was in District 3, and seemed rather tired. She seemed to dread the next three reapings, including the final reaping in her home District of 11.
She reached into the female bowl, and removed the name of eighteen year old Minerva Sharpe. A pretty girl with long dirty blonde hair and blue eyes covered by glasses walked to the stage, and removed her glasses as she walked. Minerva worked as a school teacher, while still attending District 3’s college. Minerva was a married mother of two.
Terra then reached into the male bowl, selecting the name of seventeen year old Sparky Danger. A boy with light ebony skin, hazel eyes, and freckles walked to the stage, and shook Terra’s hand. Sparky was also in college, and was pursuing a career in coding.
In the town hall, Minerva visited with her husband and two year old daughter, Melinda, she also kissed her six month old son, Bartholomew, before being taken to the train.
Sparky was visited by his girlfriend, Melody, and his younger brother, Zach. He told them that he would try to return, before being taken to the train.
Once on the train, Minerva and Sparky met their mentor, former peacekeeper from District 3, 33 year old Olympus Packard. Olympus seemed happy with his tributes, quickly teaching them how to use tasers.
Their stylist, Mariah Copernicus, chose to dress them in black outfits covered in the numbers zero and three together in yellow.
Olympus then turned on the television to show District 2’s reaping, claiming that this District contained the biggest physical threats.
Terra stood in District 2’s reaping square, with a group of non muscular youths standing before her. She reached into the female bowl, and removed the name of seventeen year old Emiliana Lombard. A girl with curly blonde hair and blue eyes walked to the stage, seeming shocked by her reaping. Emiliana was taking college classes, and was often ridiculed and bullied by other youths her age.
Terra then selected the name of seventeen year old Derrick Barton. A young man with ebony skin, a dark afro of hair, and brown eyes walked to the stage. Derrick shook Terra’s hand, and also removed his glasses. Derrick was also often bullied.
Emiliana was visited by her mother and twin brother Emiliano. She embraced both of them, and promised to return and prove her bullies wrong.
Derrick was visited by his two older brothers, DeWayne and Desmond. Derrick promised to try and return, and told his brothers to care for their children.
On the train, Emiliana and Derrick met their mentor, Horus Greenstaff (Game 1). Horus discussed with the two about their past of being bullied, and then taught both of them how to throw knives.
At the apartment, Emiliana and Derrick met their stylist, Panorama Vickers. She chose to dress them in gold outfits with long gold wings at their backs.
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2023.06.01 16:41 RacingRotary [TOMT] A restaurant or video of a restaurant where you order and receive food over a long pulley system over an obstacle, pre-pandemic
- The pulley system used has a small basket or container to place orders written on sheets of paper and money.
- The food is delivered in the same basket once the order is ready
- The pulley system and the novelty of the restaurant is that the place of ordering and the restaurant have an obstacle in-between them, possibly a rivewaterway or a crate/ravine/valley
- The owner and chef will ask tourists where they are from on the paper and will display a small flag of the country that they have saved
- The restaurant is small, with no seating area, and may only serve a limited menu or variations of a single item
The increase in deliveries by pulleys and article / videos of deliveries over pulleys due to the pandemic has made this search even more difficult recently.
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2023.06.01 16:41 I_need_healing Shifting focus from non-essential tasks as a CEO to create a more productive system.
I’m the founder of a small startup (30 team members). We’ve raised $9,5M so far.
After growing nicely for like 1 and a half years, our investors started to get nervous because we are flat in growth for 6 months. Our monthly revenue is not decreasing but is not growing either.
In the last catch-up with one of our investors, he gave me the feedback that I was spending too much time on the “daily tasks” and almost no time on thinking about the big picture and long-term strategy 🤔. Probably this makes sense; if I take a look at my day, I spent most of the time solving “urgent fires”.
He recommended me to improve my personal prioritization, and he also introduced me to a coach for CEOs.
I have spent a month already working with that coach, on how to improve my productivity and allocate more time to the most impactful tasks. These are some of the tools and habits I have started to use that may also be helpful for you.
The Eisenhower Matrix
It is a 2x2 grid that categorizes tasks into four quadrants:
- A - Urgent and Important (Do).
- B - Urgent but Not Important (Delegate).
- C - Not Urgent but Important (Schedule).
- D - Not Urgent and Not Important (Delete)
The thing is that I did the first exercise with the coach to classify the tasks of my previous week in this matrix. Almost 60% of my time was on B tasks! So, now I've made it a ritual. Every Monday, in the morning, I set aside some 'me' time to classify my tasks for the week, ensuring I've got a healthy balance going on.
I find myself spending heaps of time fielding questions from my team. Questions that we've already tackled in a document or hashed out in a previous meeting. I wonder if this normal at our company's stage, or maybe I'm just not the best at spreading the context around. You basically train this tool with your company documents (and meeting notes), and your team can shoot their questions straight to it via Slack. It's like having a 'chatGPT-like' search through your docs.
This is the coach I mentioned, recommended by one of our investors. Right now I’m working with them on being more productive but when you start with them, you do an exercise to select the goal you work to work on. You keep track of how you are evolving in your goal weekly. A bit expensive though, the company is paying for this for me and the managers.
I do a lot of multitasking. According to many people, this is not optimal :D But I can’t get rid of it. My problem with multitasking is that when I move from one tool to the other (email, slack…), I find new messages that makes me lose a lot of time. I think I may have some ADHD. With this tool, you can write commands and it executes it on other tools. For example “create a meeting for X”… and it creates it on calendar.
I frequently engage in multitasking, a practice often deemed suboptimal by many. However, it's a habit I find hard to break. The challenge I face with multitasking is the constant shift between different tools such as email and Slack. Each transition often presents new messages, which significantly consumes my time. I sometimes wonder if I might have some form of ADHD. With this tool, you can input commands, and it will execute them across various platforms. For instance, if you type 'create a meeting for X', it will promptly schedule it on your calendar, so you don’t swap to another tool.
From Gmail to Superhuman
You may already be aware of this tool. I was initially hesitant to transition away from Gmail. I also found the alternative to be somewhat costly. However, it has proven effective in minimizing distractions as I navigate through my emails.
I've also begun to implement a new strategy where I close my email during periods of focused work. I've scheduled specific 30-minute slots throughout the day, three times daily, dedicated solely to checking emails. Admittedly, I'm still acclimating to this new routine.
I often find myself inundated with an overwhelming amount of spam emails and newsletters, many of which I don't recall subscribing to. This tool helps you monitor your subscriptions and unsubscribe from all unwanted ones.
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2023.06.01 16:40 georgex7 Why You Should Write
A regular writing practice is on par with exercise or meditation or socialization or nutrition: it is essential to a healthy life. Though different types of writing can produce different benefits, there exists a general set of rewards that exists regardless of the genre. Just as all gym-goers improve their overall health while their physical changes depend on the differing workouts, all writers improve their intellectual lives whether they write novels or essays.
That said, there are certain exceptions to the rule as some modes of writing are at best neutral and at worst harmful. Logistical emailing devoid of depth is an example of the former as one does not improve his thinking by green-lighting project plans; and tweeting and texting are often examples of the latter—the medium of short-form rapid communication tends to discourage nuance and encourage lazy language.
The practices that are
valuable, then, are focused periods of time that promote lucidity, eloquence, and introspection. In the past, technological constraints forced men and women to regularly engage in such work through the practice of letter writing
, but we are far away from that world now. We are staking our claim as one of the first generations to break this habit since it developed in the 1700s.
The consequences are both dire and unsurprising. Even though we are more “educated” than ever, few in modernity think clearly, appreciate language, and speak well. This mental dilapidation is frighteningly visible: look at our political leaders; meditate on the daily activities we engage in; listen to the vacuous discourse that is commonplace amongst even the most well-educated.
Picking up the pen will not fix all of these issues, but it is one of many necessary steps. Whether or not one publishes his musings, the very act of writing regularly is a rehabilitation against this degradation: it will clarify our thinking, and it will restore our appreciation for language.
But, until one begins to write regularly, it can be hard to see the need for it. We default to believing that private thought or shared discourse is intellectually sufficient without understanding that the process
of writing itself aids in the formation of new ideas, helps to discard illogical ones, expands upon half-baked musings, and chisels away at excess material until crystallized notions are all that remain. Paul Graham states these ideas succinctly in his essay The Need to Read
A good writer doesn't just think, and then write down what he thought, as a sort of transcript. A good writer will almost always discover new things in the process of writing. And there is, as far as I know, no substitute for this kind of discovery. Talking about your ideas with other people is a good way to develop them. But even after doing this, you'll find you still discover new things when you sit down to write. There is a kind of thinking that can only be done by writing.
The type of writing that one does can generate different versions of clarity. Poetry and fiction tend to shine a light on the internal world, whereas essays and non-fiction generally explore the external. More often than not, however, the borders between these worlds are blurred: 1984
is the acme of political analysis, and Into the Wild
is a deep exploration of natural beauty and the workings of the adventurous mind.
The common thread that runs through all forms of writing is that the process
illuminates dark corners of the author’s mind. It forces
you to re-examine your thoughts: Was that metaphor really
the right one? Is there a more subtle word I can use there? What assumption underlies that point? How would a skeptical reader disagree with that sentence? Regularly engaging in this process does not only change our minds as we write, but our experience of life outside of it.
To take one of many examples, imagine that you go to the beach this afternoon. The scene is lovely, so you take a photo and post it online. How much did you notice about the world around you? How much did you pay attention to how it made you feel?
Now, imagine that you’ve decided to write a short descriptive piece each day. Did you notice the strength of the breeze? Did you watch the color change in your friend’s eyes? Merely knowing that you will eventually write brings you into the present moment and makes you vastly more observant than you would otherwise be.
And if you instead decide to write essays, as many benefits will come your way though they might be slightly different in nature. Inevitably, you will sharpen your perspectives on certain issues and—if you write in good-faith—you will understand other view points more deeply. In turn, it will become easier to spot logical gaps and reach more concrete truths in daily life.
All of this is to say that the connection between thought and written expression is closer than most of us think. George Orwell expressed this sentiment beautifully in his essay Politics and the English Language
[An] effect can become a cause, reinforcing the original cause and producing the same effect in an intensified form, and so on indefinitely. A man may take to drink because he feels himself to be a failure, and then fail all the more completely because he drinks. It is rather the same thing that is happening to the English language. It becomes ugly and inaccurate because our thoughts are foolish, but the slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts. The point is that the process is reversible. Modern English, especially written English, is full of bad habits which spread by imitation and which can be avoided if one is willing to take the necessary trouble. If one gets rid of these habits one can think more clearly, and to think clearly is a necessary first step toward political regeneration: so that the fight against bad English is not frivolous and is not the exclusive concern of professional writers.
But the cycle does not stop there. The more one writes, the more he develops mastery over language, which in turn leads to improved oral communication as I detailed in Dead Poetry Society
[It] is a hellacious task to become more articulate through speech. Since you are operating in real-time, you do not have access to a dictionary or a thesaurus, so the best you can do is try to choose the right word from your existing knowledge base. But even that is difficult: the listener on the other end has limited patience for minute-long pauses while you search for a word that’s a few (important) degrees off from the one that immediately came to mind. Conversely, we have an abundance of time and resources when we write letters. This abundance is part of the reason that writing is the best way to expand our vocabulary. Reading is a close second, but the words that we learn while writing stick more because it is an active pursuit: we put more time into searching for exactly the right word, and then we use it in a personal context, which makes it hard to forget.
Of course, there are many components that constitute compelling speech—ranging from eye contact to cadence—that writing does not help with; but it is
difficult to find an exercise that is more useful for developing story-telling abilities and control over a wide range of language that can be applied to different audiences.
This mastery of dialogue should not be taken lightly—it is nothing short of a superpower. As my friend, Ben, once said: “The right words in the right order can get you nearly anything you want.” Writing helps us put together the right sentences that are still unsaid.
Yet this interest in language takes us even further by awakening a voracity for reading that lays dormant in most people. A growing hunger for well-written passages naturally changes our preferences for entertainment, and with little effort on the part of the individual, he is more inclined to spend his days losing himself in high-quality literature rather than attention-grabbing clips. Indeed, this is why Haruki Murakami is uninterested in social media:
Generally speaking, the quality of writing isn’t very good. Reading good writing and listening to good music are incredibly important things in life. So, to phrase it from the other way around, there’s nothing better than not listening to bad music and not reading bad writing.
The compounding effect of writing more frequently is tremendous, and so the practice of putting thoughts to paper should be taken as seriously as the other facets of a life well-lived—no matter if you are writing poetry or prose, no matter if you are writing for yourself or others.
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2023.06.01 16:40 ECCE_M0N0 Unsafe streets/neighborhoods to avoid walking through?
Hi everyone, I'm new to Pittsburgh and just moved to the south side. I am an avid walkehiker and love going on long (7 mile+) meandering walks without a destination. I lived in San Francisco for 11 years so I'm used to city life and being "street smart," and there was only once or twice I was scared as a woman walking alone (and I walked the majority of the city). Are there any areas or streets within the city limits you'd recommend avoiding? I only walk during daylight hours but just want to be aware of places that everyone "knows" are sketchy. Drug dealing especially freaks me out because I find it gives random men a reason to lurk next to me in their cars. I've been offered drugs and when I turn it down they keep driving slowly next to me trying to talk 🥴 Appreciate yinz advice!
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2023.06.01 16:39 LuiizHenriq [DISCUSSION] Good luck to everyone who will be playing Diablo 4!
Hello Diablo 4 community people! With the game's long-awaited launch approaching, I wanted to wish you all the best of luck and fun on your journeys through the dark world of Sanctuary. I know many of you are excited to dive into this new adventure and explore all the wonders and dangers that Diablo 4 has to offer.
Unfortunately, I won't have the opportunity to join you in this exciting game opening. Despite having killed the dreaded server boss Slam Ashava, and looking forward to trying out what's new in Diablo 4, I won't be able to buy it right now.
However, that doesn't lessen my joy for all of you who will have the chance to dive into this new chapter of the series. I hope you enjoy every moment in the world of Diablo 4, with its incredible graphics, immersive gameplay and a storyline that promises to surprise.
I remember the countless hours I spent fighting demons and exploring dungeons in previous Diablo games. This series has always held a special place in my heart, and I look forward to seeing how Diablo 4 takes the experience to new heights.
As I look forward to my opportunity to join you on this journey, I'd love to hear your Diablo 4 stories, achievements, and discoveries. Please share your experiences with the community, as I'm sure many will be eager to read and participate in these conversations.
I wish you all many exciting adventures, epic battles and legendary loot in Diablo 4. May the spirit of Tyrael be with you as you face the forces of evil in Sanctuary. Have a great time, and I hope we can meet in the world of Diablo soon!
May the soulstones be plentiful and the loots be epic! Good luck, Diablo 4 heroes!
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2023.06.01 16:39 PurpleSolitudes Best VR Headset in USA Available on Amazon
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Virtual Reality (VR) has become increasingly popular over the past few years, and for good reason. VR technology allows users to immerse themselves in virtual environments and experiences in a way that was previously impossible. One of the key components of any VR system is the headset. In this context, having the best VR headset available makes a world of difference. Here are some of the main reasons why having the best VR headset matters:
- Immersive Experience: A high-quality VR headset provides an immersive experience that can transport you to another world. Whether you are exploring a new city or fighting off aliens in space, the level of immersion that a great VR headset can provide is unparalleled.
- High-Quality Graphics: The best VR headsets on the market today offer high-resolution displays that provide crisp, clear visuals. This is essential for creating a truly immersive experience, as lower quality graphics can detract from the overall experience.
- Comfortable Design: A comfortable VR headset is essential for enjoying extended periods of use. The best VR headsets are designed with ergonomics in mind, providing a comfortable fit that reduces strain on the neck and eyes.
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- Versatility: Some of the best VR headsets can be used wirelessly or with a PC, offering a greater range of options for users. This versatility allows for greater flexibility in how the headset is used and what types of experiences it can offer.
Meta Quest 2 is a next-generation all-in-one virtual reality headset that has taken the VR world by storm. Meta, formerly known as Facebook Reality Labs, has made some significant improvements to its already impressive Oculus Quest 2 headset, which makes the Meta Quest 2 stand out from its predecessor. In this review, we’ll dive into the features and capabilities of the Meta Quest 2 Read More
Virtual reality (VR) has come a long way in the last few years, with companies like Oculus pushing the boundaries of what we thought was possible. The Oculus Quest All-in-one VR Gaming Headset is no exception. This headset provides an immersive and interactive gaming experience that truly transports you to another world. In this review, we will be discussing Read More
VR is no longer a futuristic concept, but a reality that has revolutionized the gaming industry. Oculus Rift S PC-Powered VR Gaming Headset is one of the leading virtual reality headsets in the market, designed to immerse gamers into a digital world of their choice. Released by Facebook-owned Oculus in 2019, Oculus Rift S has quickly become a favorite among gamers who want an affordable, high-quality VR experience. In this review, we will take an in-depth look at the features and performance of the Oculus Rift S headset. Read More
Oculus Go standalone VR headset has been around for a while now, and it's still one of the most popular choices for those looking to experience virtual reality without the need for a high-end PC or console. The device promises to deliver an immersive, comfortable, and affordable VR experience that is accessible to everyone. Read More
Sony PlayStation VR is one of the most popular virtual reality headsets on the market. It offers an immersive and exciting gaming experience that transports players into their favorite games like never before. In this review, we'll take a closer look at the specs, design and comfort, controllers, battery life, software, and games offered by the Sony PlayStation VR. Read More
2023.06.01 16:37 bluesoulsparks Partner told me we have the best sex out of everyone.
Soooo, this is a very complicated story, but I will try to minimize it. I'd been with a guy who'd been a good friend for years but our relationship was messy/on off again. We'd been sleeping together and he claimed he was polyamorous, I then went to India for a few months and became healthily detached, though we were still messaging and he initiated a lot of sexual contact throughout the whole time I was there. I'd had sex with someone else and told him that, he was very salty at first but then told me he's happy as long as I was happy. The sexual contact continued and before I came back to the UK he rang me to let me know he was having sex with a previous sexual partner who was also a good friend of his, in the same conversation he proceeded to tell me we had the best sex out of everyone, and I reciprocated this.
So I came back to the UK, and as soon as I came back he wanted to see me. I had previously said maybe we shouldn't have sex straight away, yet we did. As soon as we did I felt he almost instantly switched off his feelings for me and it got quite complicated. There was an event happening and he was with his other partner, whilst at the same time treating me like an acquaintance, even though he said he'd like to spend time with me. I ended up blurting out to him "does she know what you've been saying that we have the best sex ever" which I know was wrong and inappropriate and have apologised to her since. Me and the other partner spoke a lot and she's very understanding and pretty much became my therapist in a way.
However, in retrospect I feel it was wrong of him to covertly compare us/say that whilst having another sexual partner who's also a good friend, and that hasn't been acknowledged. He's also said negative things to me in the past about her. I'm in a moral quandary, wondering wether to bring this up again with her or not.
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2023.06.01 16:37 ThrowRA368914 My (28M) gf (30F) cannot meet my emotional needs -- am I being too demanding?
Whenever my gf has a problem and comes to me for help, I try my best to support her. I listen closely, I ask questions, I try to be understanding etc. Then if she needs a solution, I offer one or more. Sometimes she'll take my advice, sometimes she'll go with something else. That's fine. In all this process, which can last anything between 10 minutes and 1 hour, I sit with her, talk with her, I try to be as encouraging and supportive as I can.
When it's the other way round, my gf really struggles to do this with me. Like, when I bring her a problem and ask for her help, she will listen and give advice, but she will not be very supportive -- the moment I push back a bit (which I think is normal in conversations like these, especially when I'm not completely sure about how to solve the problem), she will shut down, withdraw into herself and essentially be like, "Right, I gave you my advice, you didn't like it, now you're on your own". I mean, I'm not asking her to persuade me about what would be the best course of action. But I would really appreciate if she could just keep reasoning with me, especially when it's quite a complicated, emotional problem.
She's had a few abusive relationships in the past, and I think that's where her behaviour comes from. She used to have arguments with her ex in which he would always fight back and manipulate her and gaslight her and belittle her etc. I try my best to be understanding and supportive. I even asked her whether she thinks she would need more therapy or professional help to deal with that, as it's clearly a trauma response, and I think it will be an issue for the relationship in the long run. But instead, she said that perhaps I need therapy, because I am being too emotional and asking too much of her. She is right that I am a deeply caring person, and I do like to go out of my way to help people when I can. But I don't think I'm asking too much here. I just want her to sit with me until we find a solution to my problem. Like I've been doing with her since day one. Like, she doesn't need to solve it for me. But at least be there for me and keep reasoning with me while I try to figure out how to solve it.
I don't know. Perhaps I am being too demanding. Perhaps I do give too much to people, more than normal, and no one will ever be there for me like I am for them. Or perhaps hers isn't a trauma response. Perhaps this is just who she is. I mean, she keeps saying she doesn't know how to help me. I have explained it to her as clearly as I can, even acted it out for her. She says this just doesn't come natural to her. So perhaps this has nothing to do with her past relationships, it is simply what she is like as a person. I'm not sure what to think.
All I know is we've been together for 3 years now, been living together for almost 1 and 1/2, and now I'm really contemplating breaking up with her. After meeting her family and wider family and friends. After all the conversations about the future and buying a home and kids. Her health is not the best, I've been trying my best to help her and support her, and now what? I just leave her like that? Everything else is fine. Same sense of humour, same values, same fondness for conversation, shared interests -- chemistry, wavelength, you name it. We're not making love as much as we used to, but it's fine considering her condition and what she's been going through. I am just worried that I'll never be able to find someone who understands me like she does. Even with her limits, she is still such a wonderful human being. If it doesn't work with her, how could it with anyone else? Love of my life…
I'm sorry for the long post. I really don't know what to do. I feel like she's not meeting my emotional needs, or perhaps I'm asking too much, but I cannot tell. And it's a small thing, but it's also a really big thing. I just don't know whether it's a dealbreaker. Is it fixable? Can she get better, or can I? Can I keep bringing my problems to her, like she does with me, and just accept that she can only go so far, and not be resentful, and just say thanks and go on to work it out myself? Or am I denying myself too much here, and being unhealthy, and perhaps I need a different approach? Or is this too big an issue to dismiss, and we actually need to break up? I am desperate for your advice. Thank you in advance for your help.
TLDR: My gf cannot meet my emotional needs when I bring problems to her and ask for her help. I can't tell if she is at fault or I'm asking too much. I'm worried about whether this can be fixed or the only solution is breaking up.
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2023.06.01 16:37 Autist2128 Better than JBL?
I'm looking to buy a Bluetooth speaker soon as the one I have (Altec Lansing) isn't loud enough and when I put it to max volume it starts cutting out and sounding like I'm gonna blow the speaker out, wanted to get a charge 5 because I had a JBL charge 3 a while back and I loved it, great sound quality, long battery life and was loud enough that I never had to put it on full blast to enjoy it, but I've seen alot of people on reddit trashing JBL and giving other suggestions that are better quality, what other speaker should I get that is around the same price for better sound quality while also having good bass and being loud enough? Really just want to know what the best alternative is to the charge 5
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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is one of the most highly anticipated animated superhero films of 2023. Serving as a sequel to the critically acclaimed Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018), this upcoming installment promises to continue the exhilarating adventures of the Spider-Verse. Fans from all around the globe are eagerly awaiting its release. In this article, we will provide you with all the essential information on the film's release date and how to watch it online from any country, ensuring you don't miss out on this exciting cinematic experience.
This is especially true for many superhero films, which are often tied directly to specific streaming services. Disney+ and HBO Max - now rebranded as MAX - often house the new streaming releases for the MCU and DCU respectively, usually releasing anywhere between 1–3 months after theatrical release. However, with a film like Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, the situation is slightly different given Sony's lack of a dedicated streaming service, here's where to watch and stream Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse online.
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When Is the Release Date for Spider-Man: Across thMiles, Gwen, Peter, and several dozen other Spider-people will be swinging into action when Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse premieres on Friday, June 2nd, 2023. This almost undoubtedly gives Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and The Flash a run for their money as the biggest superhero movie event of the Summer. Spider-Verse?
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse had its world premiere at the Regency Village Theatre on May 30, 2023, and is scheduled for theatrical release in the United States on June 2, delayed from an initial October 2022 date because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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As of now, the only way to watch Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is to head out to a movie theater when it premieres on June 2, 2023. You can find a local showing on Fandango.
Otherwise, you’ll just have to wait for it to become available to rent or purchase on digital platforms like Amazon, Vudu, YouTube or Apple, or become available to stream on Netflix.
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There's been no official announcement regarding Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse's streaming release date, though we know it will eventually be released on Netflix, rather than Disney+ or HBO Max.
In terms of which of the streaming giants Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be released on, Netflix will house the film upon its streaming debut. While again, Sony does not have its own dedicated streaming service, a deal was struck in 2021 between the studio and Netflix. The deal, stating that Netflix would stream Sony's films after theatrical release, was penned for 5 years meaning Across the Spider-Verse is part of the arrangement.
While Sony's Spider-Man content is also streaming on Disney+, due to the collaborations between Sony and Marvel Studios in recent years, Across the Spider-Verse will be a Netflix release. While the deal struck between Marvel Studios and Sony may extend to this film, Disney+ is only allowed to begin streaming Sony's Spider-Man releases upon their release on Netflix. As a result, Netflix will be the first streaming service that Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be available on after its theatrical release.
Because it’s airing on FX, you can of course fire up Into the Spider-Verse via FX Now. But in addition, the animated flick is streaming on both fubo (which offers a free trial and has cord-cutting plans starting at $74.99/month; sign up here) and DirecTV (which also offers a free trial and has cord-cutting plans starting at $64.99/month.
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Not only was Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse the subject of rave reviews, but it also pulled in some gargantuan levels of cash at the international box office, with a final tally that quadrupled the film's ninety-million dollar budget. With incredible success like that, it's only natural that Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse would also be taking advantage of a theatrical release. That is the case, as the upcoming film will be exclusively available in theaters when it premieres on June 2nd, 2023.
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Some of the films are not currently available on the service because Sony has pre-existing partnerships with Starz, as that's where most of the absent films are available to stream. That is except for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which is instead only streaming on Fubo TV and FX Now.
If Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse comes to Disney+ before Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse's theatrical run concludes, that would make the House of Mouse's service a likely contender for a streaming release. However, Sony has also historically partnered with Netflix for streaming releases. Up until recently, that's where Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was available to stream, and Sony still brings their other big releases to the service, like Bullet Train and The Woman King.
When will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse be streaming on Netflix?
Sony Animation’s big new Spider-Man movie is about to hit theaters and will be headed to Netflix (at least in the United States) later this year. For a prediction as to when and a bit more about the new movie, here’s what you need to know.
As we covered in 2021, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be headed to Netflix as the service gets both Sony’s animation and live-action content via a first window deal struck in April 2021.
The deal stipulates that all Sony theatrical movies come to Netflix in the first window, which at a minimum, is 120 days after its theatrical release date. If it arrives exactly 120 days after, it’ll be streaming from September 30th, 2023.
With that said, given how big this movie is, we may see it release a few weeks after the fact. Either way, we expect the movie to be available between late September and November 2023.
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In 2021, Sony and Netflix signed a five-year deal that gave the latter exclusive first-pay-window U.S. streaming rights for Sony Pictures titles after their theatrical and home entertainment windows. Fans can expect to watch Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse on Netflix six months after the film’s theatrical release, thus in December 2023. The date seems reasonable considering that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse dropped on Netflix on June 26, 2019, six months after its U.S. release on December 14, 2018. The pay-one window usually begins about nine months after a film’s theatrical release, but it might start earlier in particular cases.
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No, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will not be on HBO Max since it’s not a Universal Pictures movie. Last year, the company released its films in theaters and on the streamer on the same day. However, they now allow a 45-day window between the theatrical release and the streaming release.
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Yes, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is also coming to Disney Plus approximately in 2025.
Once the pay-one window runs its time and Netflix’s exclusive rights expire, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be available on Disney Plus. The pay-one window might last as long as 18 months, which means it will be a while before Disney Plus subscribers can watch the much-anticipated sequel. Unlike in other countries, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse isn’t yet available on the Disney-owned streamer in the U.S.
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When Will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Be on DVD and Blu-ray?
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will likely be coming to DVD and Blu-ray around the same time as the streaming release. With theatrical films, on average, coming to streaming sooner than ever (usually ninety days after theatrical release), we'll likely see Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse get a DVD, and Blu-ray release no later than Fall 2023.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Cast and Characters
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse was written by Dave Callaham, Phil Lord and Chris Miller and directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson. It stars the following actors:
The following cast members are confirmed to provide their voice talents for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.
Shameik Moore as Miles Morales / Spider-Man
Hailee Steinfeld as Gwen Stacy / Spider-Woman
Brian Tyree Henry as Jefferson Davis
Luna Lauren Vélez as Rio Morales
Jake Johnson as Peter B. Parker / Spider-Man
Jason Schwartzman as Jonathan Ohnn / the Spot
Issa Rae as Jessica Drew / Spider-Woman
Karan Soni as Pavitr Prabhakar / Spider-Man India
Daniel Kaluuya as Hobart “Hobie” Brown / Spider-Punk
Oscar Isaac as Miguel O’Hara / Spider-Man 2099
Greta Lee as Lyla
Rachel Dratch as the school counsellor
Jorma Taccone as Vulture
Shea Whigham as George Stacy
Andy Samberg as Ben Reilly / Scarlet Spider
What is Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse About?
Returning with many of your favorite characters, including Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman, Peter B. ParkeSpider-Man, and of course Miles Morales as our primary Spider-Man, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is set one year after the events of the previous film. Miles (Shameik Moore) is coming into his own as Spider-Man when he is unexpectedly approached by Spider-Gwen (Hailee Steinfeld) with an extraordinary opportunity. Does Miles want to help a team of Spider-People, led by Spider-Man 2099 (Oscar Isaac) protect the multiverse from the terrifying threat of a man known as The Spot (Jason Schwartzman)?
Obviously, Miles is going to say yes, setting him up for an adventure that will expand this movie’s concept of the multiverse in every possible way. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse promises tons of new characters and worlds, without losing sight of what people have come to love about this particular Spider-franchise.
Miles Morales has become a massively popular Spider-Man, and you can be certain he’ll be at the center of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’s chaotic blend of action, comedy, comic book aesthetics, and large-scale science fiction. It seems more likely than not that Across the Spider-Verse will be the biggest animated release of 2023.
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2023.06.01 16:36 TheWinterStar Velcro baby my fault?
Ftm, and my daughter is 4 months old. For 2 months she has wanted no one to hold her or care for her but me. She will scream and cry if someone else holds her, and only in the last couple weeks has my fiance been able to tend her for about an hour at a time.
And my in laws and fiance, and their friends (with or without kids) say its my fault. Because during her first 2 months I had anxiety and separation issues when anyone would take the baby from me. Even with good intentions, so I can have me time for an hour or shower, or eat, etc... I only asked a few times, and even if I didn't, usually I'd only get 10 minutes before she was crying (less if she was awake when handed off.)
If I didn't go help, she'd cry and scream until mil brought her to me, or my baby screamed herself back to sleep! It got so bad it was just easier on my mental health to NOT have others take care of her.
My fiance keeps pushing 'socialize the baby, its good for her' but I'm the one that has to deal with unconsolable melt downs when she gets over stimulated or over tired from being handed around like a hot potato. His family has insisted its necessary and they can handle her but they haven't! Even when I tell them 'when she wakes up she'll be hungry', they'll strip her bare ("because her diaper bothers her"), sing and walk, and wonder whats wrong! And if they do make a bottle, they've waited too long and she's so upset she won't notice the bottle.
They discourage me from picking her up or 'running to her rescue' every time she cries. I don't! I'll wait a couple minutes to see if she'll calm down on her own, or if who ever has her can soothe her, but when a small fuss turns to full tear crying or screaming (like she's getting her shots) I can't help picking her up or taking her.
At 4 months old (almost 5) I still feel like its good to answer her cries. Especially if she isn't calming down on her own. Everything is new to her, and new can be scary.
I know a point will come when it isn't in my childs best interest for me to coddle them every time. When they need to be more independent. But I don't believe that is now, and maybe for a year. And I don't think it should be done by ignoring them, or repeating "chill" a dozen times from across the room.
Yes, I'm overwhelmed and frustrated I can't put my daughter down for 30 seconds to pee. But I think its just a phase and my daughters limited experience with 'not mom' people has made her not trust people. (Especially mil and her 'baby whisperer' friends. They can't even look at the baby without her crying.)
But I'm being blamed for 'projecting negative feelings', hogging my baby, avoiding socializing, and pushing my introvertness on her... And the more I hear it the more I wonder if I'm in the wrong.
Is it a phase? Is it my fault? Can it be helped? If I'm wrong, what can I do to fix it? If I'm not wrong, how do I explain to my 'fact and logic' fiance that being her support now isn't guaranteed to make her a 'velcro teen'.
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2023.06.01 16:36 Taurusgirl___ Renee at B1G1 on Myntra
2023.06.01 16:36 I_Like_Cheese300 I'm so sick of how hateful the world is
Every single day, I have to see someone being an ass to someone else. Someone always wants someone else dead. I genuinely can't wrap my head around WHY so many people want to hurt so many other people. Why do you want to see another human in pain, or to see their life end? Why do you see someone doing something unharmful, and think, "We should bring back bullying"?
I am not without fault, I'm hateful towards others when I shouldn't be. I tend to give off negativity when I should be focusing my energy on simply loving the people in my life, I wish everyone were more loving. I wish I were more loving. I don't wish death upon those who I dislike, though. I want the best for those I hate. I don't love them, but I want them to realize they're assholes, change, and have a wonderful long life. I wish the world would see how we could all be more efficient, loving, and healthy in every way. I wish that the people of our world could just love, and just stop hating. It's an unachievable wish, but it saddens me, thinking about all the pain that so many people have to endure daily.
I want to do something about it. I don't know what I'll do, or how I'll do it, but I'm going to do something. I'm going to do something with my life for the benefit of others.
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2023.06.01 16:36 Philosophy_Natural CB archetypes
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Who is better? Maldini or Saliba? The answer most often than not is one... it depends. Depends on your playstile. Depends on formations. But how should one know which player suits him more?
Both card games, and general video games generally use archetypes (a set of characteristics to reunite characters that can be traded without much of a gameplay diff). This is a list of the archetypes I see and the way I named then, so feel free to disagree (or to propose better names).
Links to the other guides: https://www.reddit.com/FUTMobile/comments/13seb3y/cdm_archetypes/ https://www.reddit.com/FUTMobile/comments/13pwuua/st_archetypes/ https://www.reddit.com/FUTMobile/comments/13uy3h7/archetypes_of_archetypes_technical_prowess_x/
This takes a while to figure out... CBs in this game dont have any attacking role, and how many ways can someone deffend? On the other hand, you know when using ruddigger and maldini things go pretty bad, pretty fast. The main differences are how good they are to cover for other people (both fullbacks and midfielders) x how good they are in 1 to 1 challenges (tackles strenght and anti stun).
Pretty big intro but lets go:
This one are Extremely specialized at 1v1. They are generally very good with anti air (crosses and corners), extremely strong, and have precise tackles. But they are generally slow. The main difference tho is that they have pretty poor spatial awareness, meaning that every time any one get out of position (fullbacks or midfields) near him, he got lost and exposes your entire deffences. The pros are they are amazing at low block defences. They are generally only suited for very deffensive teams, or being in the middle in 3/5 CBs formations. Examples are Dias nesta delight Ruddiger and Vieri.
This ones are almost as gifted in 1v1 confrontations as sweepers, but they still are bad at covering. Generally they just dont cover. Also they are generally the ones with the best anti skill stun. They are generally bad at through balls. They can be used in any kind of deffensive setup as long as they fullback stays in place. Examples are Desailly araujo lucio vidic.
This are the most common ones, and generally the best ones. They are amazing at most things, although they are weaker than the previous and worse at covering and transitions the the ones to come. They are either slowish or have poor spatial awareness. Also, two of this makes for a very ballanced deffense as long as you have fullback and midfielders that are able to deffend. Examples are Dijk Maldini saliba varane and schloterberg.
This are the ones that generally dont have a good positional awareness neither a amazing one to one (sometimes they have dreadfull antistun) confrontation, but they are really fast, so they can be at the fullback position in transitions, and still comeback to the central areas. They are usually weak and have bad anti air (crosses and corners). They are good for covering for extremely offensive fullbacks, and are perfect for the sides of 3/5 CBs formations. Examples are Lacroix ake Alaba and cordoba.
The libero (covers):
This are the ones that are amazing at covering for your team weakness. They are also the best ones for gengen press, since they can dropp in the middle to intercept balls. They are really smart, and have out the rough passing abilitys. They can be faster or slow but they are generally in the weaker end and bad 1x1. They anti air (crosses and corners) can be surprisingly effective due to their spatial awareness. They are good suited for gengen press teams. Examples are Moore, koeman and veron.
Hope this was helpfull (or at least fun), and shoutout for u/Sup3rGRIN
for helping me with this one!