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2021.12.07 12:51 ResolutionFit4749 Is Volkov viable?

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2021.12.07 12:51 BlueSparksFly Do allistic people have their own “nails on a chalkboard” sensory issues?

I can’t stand cotton, toilet paper, or nails on a chalkboard. Do allistic people respond to stuff in that way, or are they fine with annoying cringy noises?
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2021.12.07 12:51 thinkingstranger December 6, 2021

On June 3, 2021, President Biden vowed to combat international corruption in order to protect democracy. [C]orruption threatens United States national security, economic equity, global antipoverty and development efforts, and democracy itself,” he said. “[B]y effectively preventing and countering corruption and demonstrating the advantages of transparent and accountable governance, we can secure a critical advantage for the United States and other democracies.”
Today, two days before the Biden administration will host the Summit for Democracy, a gathering of 110 countries to consider ways to strengthen democracy, it released a comprehensive strategy for countering corruption. In a Washington Post op-ed, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Samantha Power, the administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), focused on money laundering and tax evasion as the key tools of financial corruption that are eroding democracy.
The new strategy pulls together the Departments of State, Treasury, and Commerce, along with the USAID, to expose global financial shenanigans, hold corrupt actors to account, and protect journalists who dig into stories of corruption, the stories that often bring down corrupt autocrats (as Alexei Navalny did to undermine Vladimir Putin in Russia before Putin had him thrown into prison).
That latter point is significant, since tomorrow Biden will have a phone call with Putin about Russia’s troop buildup on its border with Ukraine. The release of this document before the call reinforces the message Biden is expected to deliver: if Russia invades Ukraine again, it will pay an enormous financial price through sanctions and exclusion from international financial markets.
In the Washington Post, Jennifer Rubin points out that combating the rise of authoritarianism overseas is all well and good, but the administration ought to start at home. “[T]he Republican Party in the United States is conducting itself precisely as illiberal movements in other countries,” she writes, “seeking to corrupt our election system, limit access to the ballot, discredit the sanctity of elections and wink at violence. Unless defenders of democracy recognize and identify the party as the most serious threat to American democracy, we will be in a poor position to halt the advance of illiberalism.”
Indeed, in an interview on the Fox News Channel last night, former president Trump appeared to say that he fired FBI Director James Comey in May 2017 to prevent his own removal from office. This sure sounds like the crime of obstruction of justice.
More currently, Trump’s venture into a media company is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The announcement that Trump Media and Technology group would merge with Digital World, a special purpose acquisition company (known as a SPAC), sent shares of Digital World up by as much as 1,657%, according to CNN Business (that number is not a typo). Little is known about Trump’s venture, and so far it hasn’t produced anything; it missed the November date by which it claimed it would release a preliminary product.
Representative Devin Nunes (R-CA) announced today he is retiring from Congress at the end of December to run Trump’s new media company. Nunes has been a staunch Trump loyalist. In California’s redistricting after the recent census meant it would lose a congressional seat, Nunes’s district was reshaped, making winning reelection look like an uphill battle. Announcing the deal, Trump called Nunes “a fighter and a leader…[who] understands that we must stop the liberal media and Big Tech from destroying the freedoms that make America great.” But that Nunes is going to work for Trump’s apparently dormant company suggests he does not have a lot of options.
This morning, Politico revealed the contents of a 36-page memo written by Colonel Earl Matthews of the D.C. National Guard to the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol. In the memo, Matthews called two Army generals “absolute and unmitigated liars” for their account of what happened on January 6. He says that General Charles Flynn, who served as deputy chief of staff for operations on January 6 and who is the brother of Michael Flynn, and Lt. Gen. Walter Piatt, the director of Army staff, would not authorize the deployment of the D.C. National Guard despite the pleas of then–Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund. In testimony before Congress, both men denied they had stood in the way of the deployment; Matthews says their very careful testimony was “willful deception of Congress.”
But not everyone is ignoring behavior that may be criminal. The January 6 committee has been gathering testimony, and we learned today that Marc Short, who was chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, is cooperating. Short has worked for Pence for years and objected fiercely to the Eastman memo demanding that Pence overturn the election. Short was with Pence on the day of January 6. According to CNN reporters Jamie Gangel, Michael Warren, and Ryan Nobles, several members of Pence’s inner circle in addition to Short are cooperating with the committee.
Also today, the Department of Justice sued the state of Texas for violating the Voting Rights Act, saying its aggressively gerrymandered new districts discriminate against minority voters. Ninety-five percent of Texas’s population growth in the past decade has come from Black, Latino, and Asian people, but the new maps dilute their voting power and strengthen that of white voters. Voting rights expert Ari Berman explains that the new maps mean that whites make up 40% of the population but control 60% of the districts, Latinos make up 39% of the population but control 20% of the districts, Blacks make up 12% of the population but control 2% of the districts, and Asians make up 5% of the population but control 0% of the districts.

📷Ari Berman @AriBermanBreaking: Justice Department files suit challenging extreme gerrymandered Texas redistricting maps
December 6th 2021
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2021.12.07 12:51 REWintersbitch I told someone things, now I'm alone and scared

I really want to end it while I'm alone. Health aide left so now I'm alone again, Jesus help me...I wannt to cut more....
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2021.12.07 12:51 Judgement_Bot_AITA AITA for writing a mean spirited Facebook comment to a mutual friend of my wife and I who constantly tries to recruit her into selling beach body?

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2021.12.07 12:51 Eyshauwu Hello everyone, who can help me with this? My drivers are up to day. And Java is the last. Thanks for the answers. :D

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2021.12.07 12:51 salamisnothappning so I finally come to the point where I cannot even recall a shred of memory what it was like to feel.

celebrating 2 years worth of Anhedonia this month, and I come to the point where I cannot even remember what it was like to feel. I could remember it faint last year, and I was constantly trying to chase for a way to feel again and get back. but now I wonder what I was even chasing? numb is my new norm. oh man I wish I could feel sad about this lol. but everything is just as pointless as the next thing.
but even still guys we gotta keep fighting, currently testing out nardil, I'm fine with full blown mania and stuff as long as it brings me emotions, whatever that is again..
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2021.12.07 12:51 phyex What is the complexity of contains method of HashSet?

As far as I know its o(1) but my professor told me it is o(n) He said that it makes a linear search in the set. I don't think it's correct. But I need some proof to show my professor to get my mark from the question. I made some search and some guys on stackoverflow.com says that it's o(1). So in short how can I prove my professor its o(1) to get mark?
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2021.12.07 12:51 tipocheusareddit Solo a me succede?

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2021.12.07 12:51 IronWolve Eighty years ago, on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and nearby military installations. In a matter of hours, America was at war.

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2021.12.07 12:51 RazorXE_ What are some positives and negatives of the show in your opinion? (please keep discussion civil)

Hello, I am only asking this because I personally found the show quite enjoyable. Full disclosure I am mainly a fan from the games and only read The Last Wish and a Sword of Destiny. I am not a hardcore fan by any means in that regard but I have been a fan of the series for as long as I can remember.
But I was a bit taken aback by how many people find the shows writing to be poor and I am just curious what aspects specifically was bad. For neutralities sake I also asked people to list some psoitives just so this doesn't become a very negative post.
For me- Pros: The acting was enjoyable, and the story all coming together at the end was satisfying. I quite enjoyed the action, special effects etc.
Cons: I felt like in some aspects of the show they could have done a better job in explaining what was going on. For example the time line was confusing at first however it made sense later on. But when Renfri kept going on about destiny, I don't recall a similar experience in the books and it didn't really make much sense to me why she did it.
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2021.12.07 12:51 JayMcKSDK Taco Tycoon Taqueria Los Portillo’s Mazatlan, Mexico Birria Con Queso Review

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2021.12.07 12:51 Path_of_Yoga BEST Iguanodon DEATH Animation against CARNIVORES

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2021.12.07 12:51 Outside-Disaster-576 7238 2759 6029 looking for that new dragon

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2021.12.07 12:51 Pitiful-Tap3578 David Abner: 2022 Will Be the Year of the Physical Bitcoin ETF

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2021.12.07 12:51 JNorJT I tried searching up "Dementia" on google

but for some reason, all the links were purple.
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2021.12.07 12:51 Ok_Conflict_5730 Scalpel- Support class marksman.

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2021.12.07 12:51 Deathbysnusnubooboo New study finds world's strongest ocean current speeding up: Researchers say “robust acceleration” in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current has been largely driven by ocean warming tied to human activity.

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2021.12.07 12:51 HeroClicker Whats this font? (White text)

Whats this font? (White text)
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2021.12.07 12:51 BlueBloodStrawberry How rare it is?

I wish I understood this sooner:
There are 4.9B internet users in the world.
If somehow BTC was distributed evenly across just 20% (1B) of all the internet users in the world, every person would be able to hodl 2.1M sats (0.021 BTC).
In 10-20 years, things will change radically.
Most of today's old people won't be with us anymore. Therefore a whole group of today's informatically illiterate people will shrink dramatically. Already today, most kids become internet users by default. Soon every kid will own a wallet to collect and consume game tokens and game NFTs, so the number of crypto users will keep reaching ATH.
Every TV and every smartphone will come with an integrated wallet in them. Therefore people will find it easier to use. Not to mention all transactions will be done using crypto wallets. Of course, most will be centralized, but this is another topic.
Besides that, Starlink and similar companies will start to emerge and deliver easy access to the internet to all the people in the world. It won't be a matter of "do you want to use the internet?", this will be a default way of transacting.
I didn't even mention IoT that will run on blockchain technology. Ok, in many cases we won't have access to tokens and protocols underneath, but still, we will have access to some.
Today there are around 7.8B people in the world. 1/3 people don't use the internet or don't have access to it. This will change. And if the population keeps rising at this rate we can expect around 8.5B people in 2030. Well, a trader will see this as a bubble in the world's population charts, and that it could pop, leading to a correction to a 0.618 mark, but that's a topic I don't want to get into because I don't know anything about it. It's an interesting, but scary point of view.
So let's sum up:
By 2035 there could be around 8B internet users and at least 6B crypto users. Therefore, if all the BTC would be evenly distributed, every person could own 350K sats (0.0035 BTC).
That's already a very low number, and we are still talking about EVEN DISTRIBUTION which will never be the case. Besides that, take into consideration all the lost keys, and whales... The number falls into 5 digit sats per person or even lower.
Now my question is: "Will people even want to own BTC since it would be way too hard to obtain?"
And the answer is: "Probably not."
If Bitcoin ever becomes the standard like gold was, which could happen at some point no matter how absurd and distant this idea could sound to many, people will buy it just as people are buying investment gold today.
All the others will use something more accessible.
It's important to put yourself in the position of someone living in the 3rd world country that doesn't have an internet connection, nor has money to buy crypto. What will those people do once they get access to the internet?

  1. Or they will make their own currency
  2. Or they will start playing P2E games to accumulate tokens and NFTs that they will exchange for other cryptos
  3. Or they will start mining
  4. Or something I haven't thought of
All of these solutions are likely to happen.
This is where the true "People's money" will come to the surface.
By then, lots of things will change, but I'm pretty confident that Digibyte could be the chosen one.
CPU mining is another thing I already talked about and I find that is very important to understand. Sure, the Antminer S19XP with 140Th/s will highly improve the security of Bitcoin's network (and centralization), but every person in the world will own a smartphone capable of mining CPU coins. Monero is the leader now, but other mobile minable coins will emerge. Maybe by then, Monero will be the king, nobody can tell.
Maybe even the metaverse will be the solution for "mining" or better said, gold-digging and collecting in-game resources.
It's hard to predict a future outcome because we never had such disruptive technologies like the IT, internet, and blockchain propagating so fast in the world. Understanding crypto is what will put you 3 steps ahead of the masses. Therefore, study the fundamentals! Everything else is a buzz.
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2021.12.07 12:51 you_know_the_lines Battery Config

My Laptop Dell vostro-15 3568 OS:Arch Linux WM:i3
I am getting very low battery performances from my laptop any fixes tried TLP according to ArchWiki
But Not Working
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2021.12.07 12:51 GGBoya Metaverse,internet future. a trend and inevitable choice for us

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2021.12.07 12:51 Sgzero940 Silent resolve or Diva first?

I’m doing my first Borderlands 1 play through and playing Lilith. I’m wondering if I should go silent resolve and hit &run first, or Diva inner glow and hard to get first. Thoughts?
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2021.12.07 12:51 kortekickass Bazooka Framed Print?

Howdy folks, Does a resource exist that I can purchase the art from the action figure from the 80s for Bazooka? I seem to only be able to find the Tiger Force version. I thought Displate may be able to help me, but no dice.
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2021.12.07 12:51 skagemm The little boy took advantage of his mother being in the shower and father being at work to wander and explore outside.

His mother was unable to hear his drowning screams over the noise of the shower, as the boy thrashed helplessly and sank to the bottom of the swimming pool.
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