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2021.12.02 12:09 lesbianbirblover FINALLY

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2021.12.02 12:09 mateusti Justiça do Rio nega gratuidade a cliente do “Faraó dos Bitcoins”

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2021.12.02 12:09 BlackCatTrolla OUÇAM ESSA MÚSICA, E ME DIGAM O QUE SENTIRAM.

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2021.12.02 12:09 jobsinanywhere Canada Bans Nigeria, Malawi, and Egypt Amid a Suspected Omicron Outbreak

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2021.12.02 12:09 Ausavert Matto is Espresso

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2021.12.02 12:09 mateusti Jovens pessimistas com futuro do Brasil investem em Bitcoin, diz pesquisa

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2021.12.02 12:09 CxRobx757 Exchange Question Help

So I don't want to get into too much detail but to put it simply, I bought crypto on an exchange, the money never went through from my bank, so I was emailing a rep and he said the best thing would be to reverse the purchase. I asked if I would owe anything if it was reversed and he made it seem like I wouldn't. So that is what we did. However, now the exchange is saying I owe them money because the crypto went down in value from the time of the initial purchase to the time it was reversed. I told them I don't plan on using the exchange anymore because the customer service was horrible and misleading, and asked to please shut down my account. They said they can only shut down the account after I have deposited the amount. Idk what to do. Do I have to deposit that money, what would happen if I didn't?
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2021.12.02 12:09 Elvonia First 900 Elite Drop

First 900 Elite Drop
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2021.12.02 12:09 ididnotdoitever 25 Minutes of KJ Highlights

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2021.12.02 12:09 waterbottles4 From 100K to 1KK challenge by Gravis Finance

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2021.12.02 12:09 Stidar Wtf is this

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2021.12.02 12:09 chich_rigga TWICE 「Doughnut」 Music Video

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2021.12.02 12:09 kumquat_bananaman My (28) partner (29) was in an accident while in another state, now says her heart is no longer in it.

After five years together my now fiancé wants to call it quits because she believes her heart is no longer in it. She moved out to a separate apartment, but occasionally still comes around and does things with me or sleeps over.
While she was recently gone she was in an accident which she escaped from with relatively minor injuries, despite the accident being quite severe. I tried to be there for her, but I was stuck for the meantime many states away. When she came back she said she needed some space and was considering ending our relationship.
After talking about what led to this point many times, I still have no answers other than that her heart is not in it. She claims to still love me, and that there is nothing I’ve done wrong to her or in our relationship. When we are together everything seems to be getting better and she seems to be happy with our life we have made. Then when she leaves for her space she changes her mind completely.
We have some long distance patches coming up in the future, less than a couple months at a time with ability to visit, and I think that led to her calling off our marriage in addition to possible issues stemming from the accident.
I’m at a loss for what to do, I obviously want to be there for her and allow her the space she needs, but it increasingly feels like it’s over. How can I salvage this without pushing her further away?
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2021.12.02 12:09 myrmekochoria ... a way to relax on a battleship, 1944

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2021.12.02 12:09 NoWingedHussarsToday In math there are no wrong answers!

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2021.12.02 12:09 CjLivv Today I will tell my crush that I would like to get to know her better because I am interested in her in a romantic sense. what exactly should I tell her so as not to ruin everything?

I don’t want to ask to become my girlfriend, I just want to ask her if she is interested in getting to know me more and then who knows we will be together in a few months or less. We have known each other for almost 2 months now and I think my feelings are mutual.
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2021.12.02 12:09 totalfanfreak2012 Others Policies on Bumper Stickers

K, I've worked for my library for 10 years now. Our higher ups don't really help with anything from insurance info to city policies. It's either figure it out on your own or you should've already known that. No one's ever straightforward or gives a pamphlet about procedures so I'm asking you guys. Do your public libraries have rules on bumper stickers?
Since it's run by the city and it has to protect their "image" I do understand profane, sexual, and downright trashy ones cannot be put on there. But if it's one that's subdued but still expresses my opinion on a particular manner I'm wondering about. I won't sugar coat it and will say anytime you try to express an opinion someone can find a way to find it offensive and don't know if that can lead to trouble or not. I am grateful for my job, but at the same time there's so much suppression. Is that just something to bear with or is it okay to have an outward opinion since the car is really not brought inside the place of business?
Thank you
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2021.12.02 12:09 ShortAlgo $OILK waiting for Buy signal on OILK https://t.co/poDOmZNoN7

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2021.12.02 12:09 Life-Feature4737 I made these in class

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2021.12.02 12:09 MMozawala WB Zekrom - adding 10 - 0388 9310 1053

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2021.12.02 12:09 lann2727 The last Trash Taster After Dark Out Of Context

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2021.12.02 12:09 CaspianX2 Turok 2: Seeds of Evil for Nintendo Switch - Re-Review

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil Genre: First-Person Shooter
Players: 1-16 Competitive / Team Competitive (Online)
When I wrote my first review of Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, one of the things I noted was that this game lacked a major component, its multiplayer mode. In this re-review I update my review to reflect that this game has been updated to add in an online multiplayer mode. However, it turns out this would end up being something of a “monkey paw wish” situation. In any case, much of my review has remained the same, as this is the only significant part of the game that has changed. Please read on to find out how this addition has (or hasn’t) changed my view of this game.
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil is an updated port of a First-Person Shooter that was first released on the Nintendo 64 in 1998, with this newly-remastered version of the game coming to PC in 2017, then getting brough to Xbox One in 2018, Nintendo Switch in 2019, and PlayStation 4 in 2021. Surprisingly, for a game that was first released over twenty years ago, it's aged better than you might expect.
Partly, that's due to the biggest change in this release, the increase in framerate to something actually playable by today's standards, as well as a reduction of the infamous fog the original game was derided for.
However, it’s the change in framerates that are the most striking here - the original game’s framerates are outright atrocious by today’s standards, fluctuating from 12FPS down to as low as 6FPS at times (it’s a wonder that we ever thought this was acceptable!). The Nintendo Switch version, meanwhile, the Nintendo Switch version of the game runs at a mostly-stable 60FPS. The original game’s 640x480 resolution has also been brought up to modern standards with a 720P resolution both in docked and portable mode (thanks to Digital Foundry for the numbers). The result is like night and day, with this modern version of the game playing like a dream compared to the primitive original release.
Having said that, the rest of the game's presentation is largely untouched, meaning you're going to be seeing a lot of blocky characters, often with muddy textures. To be fair, the textures have been improved in this version too, but they're still pretty muddy. By today's standards, this game looks like a bit of a dinosaur (sorry), but I still feel the need to stress how great it is to be playing the game this smoothly on a modern platform, even if this facet of the visuals didn't also get an upgrade.
The only other noticeable change to the Switch release is the addition of (completely optional) motion-sensing controls. I personally found they did little to help or hinder my performance, but I'm glad the option is there, regardless.
This aside, the rest of the game is pretty much how it was way back in the day, and that's both a good thing and a bad thing. As far as the gameplay goes, Turok 2 was very much a creature of its time, and that meant no-frills action, where there was no such thing as a "reload" button, no "cover mechanics" (aside from the ability to simply duck behind a corner to avoid incoming fire), and just a lot of run-'n-gun action (if you know what the term "circle-strafing" means, you have an idea).
The soundtrack of Turok 2 isn't quite as iconic as the first game's, but it's still pretty good, with some good, fast-paced music that fits the action well (although it can get a bit repetitive, since the levels in this game are loooooong).
However, the game's age does show in the gameplay in ways that aren't to its credit, as well. Enemies can feel a bit repetitive from time to time, and most of the variety here comes from the game's environments.
And then there's the biggest issue the original game had - Thankfully this game isn't as platforming-focused as the first one (and as such avoids that game's biggest flaw), but where the first Turok had open levels with a clear beginning, end, and "keys" strewn throughout that were easy enough to run across, the sequel's level design can be a bit convoluted at times, splitting off, doubling back on itself, and so forth, and this can be frustrating since oftentimes it can be unclear exactly where you're meant to go, and since the game considers it to be a failure of the level to do anything less than completing all of the mission objectives, as soon as you get to the end of a level you'll find yourself trodding throughout it again looking for the last few things you missed, without any hint as to where the missing quest objectives are, save for an icon that appears when you're closeby.
In the original release of this game on Nintendo Switch, the multiplayer was completely stripped out of the game. This issue has been rectified, but it’s hard to say that the problem has been resolved. That’s because, even though Turok 2 now has 16-player online multiplayer and it even supports cross-platform play… all this is too little, too late - the game’s online servers are completely empty, and there’s no one to play against. To make things more frustrating, while the original Nintendo 64 release of the game included 4-player split-screen multiplayer, that feature is not present here, so you can’t just gather a group of friends to play the game locally like you could in the game’s original release.
Because of this, I’m not changing my grade for Turok 2. Even though the missing multiplayer was a factor in my original grade for the game, it hardly matters that this issue has been technically resolved when that fix came so late that there’s no way to use the feature now, due to a lack of opponents to play with.
Still, despite the issues with multiplayer and the game’s other flaws, Turok 2 remains an excellent way to bring an old-school classic into the modern era. This is definitely much-improved over the N64 version in most respects, and the fast-paced run-'n-gun gameplay is still surprisingly engaging even all these years later. Fans of FPS games looking for some old-school action would do well to pick this up.
tl;dr - Turok 2 is a port of the old-school N64 FPS that does a good job of cleaning up the game to be playable in the modern day. It still looks blocky and archaic, but the smooth framerates make this a great way to enjoy the fast-paced action, so long as you aren't frustrated by the backtracking, the loss of split-screen multiplayer, and the abandoned online multiplayer.
Grade: B .
This game has been nominated for one or more of eShopperReviews 2019 Game Awards: Runner-Up: Most Underrated

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2021.12.02 12:09 cloudsheep0 WORLD OF HORROR - 0.9.84 ‘THE CEASELESS CURSE’ is available now

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2021.12.02 12:09 spandexnotleather Noob raid questions

I suppose I could be a computer engineering savant, but it's much more likely I know just enough to really screw something up.
I'm seriously considering moving from W10 to Proxmox for my home automation(HomeAssistant) and camera system(BlueIris). I recently assembled this PC, then learned about Frigate, which led me to buying a Google Coral and then learning the coral (probably) won't run on Windoze. Everything seems to suggest RAID1 should be used for Proxmox boot and the virtual machines. I kind of have 2 matching drives in this PC that could be set up in RAID1. I have a Samsung 980 Pro and a Samsung 980, both 500GB, but the Pro is in a PCIe 4.0 slot and the regular 980 is PCIe 3.0.
In theory, if I switch the slot these drives are in, they would both become PCIe 3.0 (and I'll bet I could do that in BIOS as well). But will this create an instability issue?
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