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2023.03.27 06:10 LucidCunning I assumed we were winning the information war before A.I. showed up and started cheating.

So I honestly believe that even though there are still many sheep, way more people are, "awake" than we realize. (Or they are on the precipice of awakening, and would be by now if it wasn't for the propaganda.) I truly felt like we started winning the information war sometime last decade. Honestly, I suspect that the number of awake humans would already be great enough to spin a revolution if the bots hadn't been created just in time to counter our efforts. We outnumber them, but because they have control of the information flow, they're winning, and that is literally the only reason why at this point.
What I never expected, and what is ruining everything with online discourse, is A.I's insidious ability to pretend to be a real person on social media. In the information war game, depending on how one would define the rules, this is essentially cheating. THEIR side was losing the information war, so to bolster their support, they created hundreds of millions, maybe billions of fake personas to make it look like they have way more support than they really do. Hell, even half of Joe Biden's Twitter followers wound up being bots:
I don't know how we're going to fight against A.I. still, but we need to find a way because they are dominating everything in cyberspace far more than most realize.
TL:DR; If it wasn't for A.I., I truly believe we would have already won the information war. A.I. was born just in time to prevent us from waking up the masses.
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2023.03.27 06:10 stevre53 (M29) How to meet people in Los Angeles?

So I have lived in Los Angeles my whole life, and I have to say that the dating scene out here is disgusting. I used to look down on people who dated at work, but once I hit the dating scene here, I no longer look down on it. I still would not do it because I do not want to risk getting fired over a mistaken hint, but I understand it now. I have had no luck online, and at bars, people don't seem to want to speak to strangers. The only people willing to talk are those not from Los Angeles. Yes, us LA natives are indeed anti-social. I spoke to a girl briefly online for a bit and she told me she would not date someone she did not already know. I immediately asked, how do intend to meet someone new? to which she responded, "Through my friends." Since I have no luck online, I have taken to the bars, it hard.
I should note, I am not a bad looking guy. Objectively speaking, I am good looking. A friend told me that bites me sometimes. She said that because I am good looking, girls look at me like a fuck boy right from the beginning. I am now left wondering how to meet new people. I ask this because all my friends have girlfriends and no longer hang out. This means I now spend most of my days on my own because they spend their free time with their significant other. I'm thinking I might just have to go and meet a stripper, since I have had luck with strippers in the past. The exes I have had, I met through classes and only one, yes only one, online. I am no longer in school and it really hit me today how hard the dating scene is because I wanted to go watch the new John Wick movie, and have no one to go with. I exhausted my contacts and they all said they can't. I don't have many friends, and the ones that I do have, do not have a surplus of female friends for me to meet, and by lack of surplus, I mean zero.
So ask, for those in big cities, how do you do it?
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2023.03.27 06:10 Ford9863 [Asteria] Part 17

Upon reaching the bottom of the shaft, the trio found themselves in a short, narrow corridor that split into two directions. Wires and pipes surrounded them; steel grates lined the floor. The corridor itself was too short to stand up entirely straight.
“Well, this seems like poor design,” Mark said, half mumbling.
“It’s a maintenance tunnel,” Thomas said. “It’s not meant to be traversed comfortably.”
Mark tried to stand a bit too straight and hit his head on a pipe, cursing as he recoiled into an uncomfortable bend.
Thomas eyed the two directions before them, then looked to Layna for direction. “Which way?”
She shrugged and unclipped the radio from her hip. “Neyland, are you still there?”
Stack crackled for a moment before the Doctor’s voice broke through. “Yes, I’m here.”
“We’re at the bottom of the shaft,” Layna said, “there’s a fork. Which way do we go?”
“Let me have a look,” Neyland said. Then he added, “and again, you may call me Royce.”
Layna rolled her eyes. “Just give me a direction, doc.”
Mark let himself sink to the ground, sitting with his elbows resting on his knees. His head twisted left, then right, and he said, “How do we know he even knows the way? I doubt he ever crawled his ass through one of these tunnels.”
“He’s got access to the ship’s cameras,” Layna said. “As long as he leads us away from—”
A long, drawn-out shriek cut her words short. All three shot their gaze to the left, the direction of the noise plain as day. Thomas felt bumps rise on his skin.
“Bet I know which direction we’re going,” Mark said.
Thomas shook his head. “We’ve been over this. He needs us alive, at least for now. He’s not going to lead us into any traps.”
Mark shrugged. “If I had anything to bet you, Tommy, I’d bet it all that he’s gonna tell us to go left.”
Thomas bit his tongue, unwilling to spark another argument. Neyland was undoubtedly taking his time reviewing the cameras, finding the clearest path through. Or so he hoped, anyway.
“Tell you what,” Mark said, “I’m gonna head this way—”
“We aren’t splitting up again,” Layna said.
Mark narrowed his eyes. “Right. I just want to have a quick look, see what I can see. I’ll stay in sight, don’t worry.”
“Fine,” Layna said, “but don’t go far. As soon as Neyland gets back to us, we move.”
Mark nodded, then gently rose to his feet and started walking down the right corridor.
Layna raised the radio once again. “Neyland, what’s the hold-up?”
“There’s a lot of ground to cover,” Neyland responded. “I’m making sure I pick the right route. Some of the crew had been holed up down there and not all of the cameras are operational.”
“Great,” Layna said, though not on the radio.
Thomas glanced to his right, eyeing Mark in the distance. A single line of thin white light illuminated the small space from above, offering far too many shadows for his liking. Mark was barely more than a silhouette at this distance.
And then a thought occurred to him, and he found words spilling from his lips before he had a chance to truly think them through.
“Mark told me something,” he said, his eyes still on the dark shape at the end of the hall. “He’d probably swing on me if he knew I was repeating it, but…”
He glanced at Layna from the corner of his eye, watching her curious gaze. Her brow fell slightly as she said, “What is it?”
“Well,” Thomas said, “do you remember anything from the ship?”
She shook her head. “I remember being on it before launch, but that’s about it.”
“Right, but that’s weird, isn’t it? There have clearly been several clone rotations. Memories were meant to be transferred. Why don’t we remember anything?”
“We were emergency clones,” she said. “Maybe we weren’t meant to carry the same memories as our main line. Besides, what does that have to do with Mark?”
He glanced up at her, his stomach twisting as he formed the words in his head. “He remembers things. Things he shouldn’t.”
“This ship was in bad shape when we woke up,” she said. “Maybe it’s just some sort of glitch. Or maybe he was given his main line’s memories for a reason.”
“I don’t think it’s that.” Thomas shifted his gaze back to the hall; Mark was on his way back.
“What did he tell you, exactly?” Layna asked, concern growing on her face.
Thomas shook his head, suddenly afraid of speaking the whole truth aloud. “He didn’t get specific, he just… said he has some unpleasant memories.”
“He better not be hiding anything that can help us.”
“No, no, nothing like that,” he said, though he suddenly wondered what else Mark might remember. He pushed that thought away. “Look, don’t tell him I said anything, alright? I don’t need him getting more pissed off at me than he already is.”
Layna nodded.
From a short distance down the hall, Mark called out, “it looks clear down this way!”
Thomas and Layna both motioned for him to stay quiet. He threw his hands up and picked up the pace, shuffling awkwardly as he half-crouched through the tunnel. When he finally returned, Layna gave him a hard stare.
“Are you trying to announce to the whole damn ship that we’re hiding up here?” she asked.
He dismissed her concern with a wave. “There’s nothing down there. The hall is clear—you can see a decent amount through the grates. There’s an access hatch a ways down that we can use to drop into the main halls. I say we just go that way.”
“Neyland is checking the cameras,” Layna said. “Let’s see what he has to say first.”
Mark shook his head. “I’m telling you, it’s clear that way. Why wait for—”
“Hello?” Neyland’s voice sounded from Layna’s hip.
She responded, “We’re here. Which way?”
After a loud crackle of static, he said, “Go left. Drop down into the main hall and make your way toward chamber three’s observation deck. There are some offices through there.”
Mark raised his hands in the air and said, “I fucking told you.”
“We heard something,” Layna said, “sounded like it came from that direction. Are you sure it’s safer to go that way than the other? It’s all connected anyway, right?”
“I can’t see everything down there,” Neyland answered, “but I know the other way is not safe. Go left.”
Mark shook his head. “This is a mistake.”
Layna stood in silence for a moment, considering her options. Then she clipped the radio to her belt and said, “We’re going left.”
Thomas watched the color rush to Mark’s cheeks. He took a step forward, ready to intersect the man if he tried to get violent. To his surprise, Mark just mumbled something to himself and finished it off with, “whatever you say.”
They made their way down the left tunnel, moving as silently as possible. Thomas tried to make out the room below through the gaps in the grates but was unable to see without stopping and pressing his face against them, which he wasn’t keen on. Mentally, he prepared himself for whatever he might find below. He wanted to trust Neyland—wanted to believe that the doctor was honest with them. Failing that, he wanted to believe they were at least as important to the man as he was to them. Time would tell.
They found the hatch and slid it open. Layna dropped to her knees and hung her head through, peering in both directions. She gave the all-clear sign and spun around, hanging her legs through the opening. In her left hand, she kept a tight grip on the metal bar.
“Wait for me to signal,” she said, her eyes flicking between the two men. “If something is down there, you two double back and go the other way.”
Thomas wanted to object, but she dropped through the hole before he could open his mouth.
She hit the ground with a heavy thud, the sound of clanging metal sounding through the hall. Grating lined the floor below as well; this area of the ship was never meant for standard passengers. It was purely utilitarian.
Layna rose to her feet and looked around, now holding the bar with both hands. They all waited, listening for any slight noise. None came.
Mark jumped down next, followed by Thomas. The floor was uneven, making it nearly impossible to land with any amount of grace. Thomas tumbled to his side as he fell, hitting his elbow against the jagged surface. A sharp pain shot through to his fingertips, but he managed to keep from calling out.
His restraint didn’t matter, though. Because as he rose to his feet, they heard the shriek echo through the halls. Then came the footsteps.
“I fucking told you,” Mark said, taking a step backward.
Layna’s head twisted around as she searched for options. She pointed to a strip of the wall painted yellow with black text that read, Recycling Chamber 3.
They turned and ran down the hall, running beneath the tunnel they’d crawled through to get there. Thomas read discolored signs as they passed hallways and doors branching in either direction, searching for another indicator for chamber three. His mind raced as they passed several that were too worn down to be legible.
They turned a corner and a lone door sat at the other end of the final stretch, several bars and objects stuck through it to latch it shut. The footsteps drew closer behind them as they slowed. They didn’t have time to clear the path.
Layna turned around and gripped the bar. “Get behind me.”
Thomas and Mark did exactly that, both standing in a ready position to pounce on whatever came rushing around the corner. It wasn’t far. Each metallic clang sent a chill through Thomas’s body, but he felt strangely confident. It sounded like just one, after all. And they had the jump on it.
As soon as it came into view around the corner, Layna lunged forward and swung. The resulting crunch of metal against bone brought a burst of bile into Thomas’s throat. The man’s legs kicked out from under him, carried by his momentum, while his head snapped back from the force of the bar. A second crunch sounded as his skull hit the grated floor. His body twitched and convulsed for a moment, blood pouring from his nose and mouth.
“Jesus,” Mark said, stepping forward to get a closer look. “What a fucking swing.”
Layna leaned forward, the metal bar shaking in her hands. A soft gasp escaped her lips.
The man on the floor let out a final, bubbling breath, and went still.
With a series of loud clangs, the bar slipped from Layna’s hand. He lifted her fingers to her lips and took a step back.
“Is he—” she said, her voice shaking. “Was he—”
Thomas’s eyes widened. No, he couldn’t have been.
Mark saw the distress on her face and rushed to the dead man’s side, lifting the man’s ruined head in search of a blue rash. After a moment, he closed his eyes and let out a loud sigh of relief.
“He was infected,” he said. He turned his gaze to Layna and repeated, “He was infected. You did the right thing.”
She took a deep, shaky breath and leaned back against the wall. Her shoulders relaxed. Her hand fell to her chest. “For a second there I thought…”
“Why the fuck didn’t he warn us about it,” Mark said. “If we had gone the other way we could have avoided that fucking thing.”
Thomas eyed the door at the end of the hall. With time to examine it closer, he began to understand why they couldn’t have come through it. The metal bars crudely attached to the door’s handle weren’t there to keep it closed. They were there to trigger what sat at the bottom right corner.
“If we had come through the other direction,” he said, “that trap would have taken at least one of us out.”
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2023.03.27 06:10 SirFozzie A first draft at writing a Battletech FAQ that we can point new players to

An attempt to write a Battletech FAQ for new players (in conversational terms)

Notes: This is a first draft, please feel free to add/modify stuff you think should be in there, the only guideline is that we should try to keep things A) Relevant to new players and B) Welcoming. Let's not yuck others yums, so to speak

1) First off, what is Battletech?

Answer) Wait, is this a trick question, you are in the Battletech Reddit group, you know. But, in short, Battletech is a game about big stompy robots (primarily, but there is support for other types) shooting each other. The backstory is either 300+ (in-game) years of reasoning for big stompy robots to shoot each other, and/or intricate histories full of heroes and villains, and the fate of worlds decided.. by big stompy robots. We don't judge, either way.

2) What rule set should I play?

Answer) There's not an easy answer for this, so let's break it down as follows:

A) Do you want detailed damage charts and lots of technique/strategy? Then you want the Battletech base rules from Total Warfare (or the Mech Manual if you just want the big shooty robots part), at the cost of slower game play.

B) Do you want something more similar to Warhammer40K in game speed, less granular, but allowing bigger battles to be completed in one evening? There's also Alpha Strike, which is a hex-less miniature game somewhat closer to Warhammer 40K in crunch level. It loses some of the granularity Battletech has (no more hit locations, for example), but there's plenty of strategy still available.

C) Do you want a crunchy role playing game set in the Battletech Universe? Then you want A Time of War. While it can be.. somewhat intimidating for new players (and even some vets have found it a bit over the top), it will allow you to create and play any type of character you want).

D) For a more rules light, narrative take on the Battletech universe, look at Battletech: Destiny. It's more keyword and narrative based than A Time Of War

e) There is also a "collectible" miniatures game (MechWarrior: Dark Ages), set in the Dark Ages, that is somewhat lighter than Alpha Strike, but is out of print. It still has its adherents though

(note: both C and D can cross over into A and B, so you can do role playing in one system and battles in the other)

3) What faction list should I choose first?

Answer) Insert meme about "That's the best part", you don't have to choose. Unlike other miniature war games, while some units are more known for being from one faction then anything (Kuritans LOVE their Panthers and Dragons), there is no limiting what units you can take into battle. Many people specifically do mercenary forces specifically so they can pull stuff from all factions without really following the stories.

4) Do my miniatures have to be painted? Will I be judged at the table if I show up and my models aren't What you See is What you Get? (WYSIWYG)

Answer) Not only do nearly all tables don't care about whether your miniatures are painted, you don't even have to use miniatures! The rule of thumb in Battletech is that as long as you can tell what the unit is at a glance and you can clearly identify a front facing, that's good enough! For people like the FAQ writer who has little to know miniature painting/assembling skills, this is a godsend. In one game, they used different colored eight sided dice to identify the opposing force. Although Catalyst Game Labs makes a lot of great Mech ForcePacks, so if you WANT to paint up your force, that's an added bonus (and their partner, Iron Wind Metals, makes good metal/pewter mechs.

5) Are there various eras of history available to play in?

Answer) Is there ever! Many folks could write pages about them, about what era they prefer and why, but here are the main eras of play available.

3025 (The Succession Wars)- Five Great Houses control most of the Inner Sphere, and the upcoming marriage between two Houses are about to shake up the political situation like nothing in the past three hundred years. HUmanity is at its low ebb in technological regression, but the technological renaissance starts in this era.

3050: (The Clan Invasion)- An offshoot of humanity that left the Inner Sphere the Clans (The Star League Defense Force) invade the Inner Sphere, bringing advanced technology and elite warriors. At first, the only victories the Inner Sphere can muster is when they use the Clans bidding practices and style against them, but they work together (sort of) and with the victory of the Com Guards over the Clans at Tukkayid, a truce is called. Later, the Inner Sphere actually DOES assemble a joint task force and kicks one Clan out of the Inner Sphere, travels to the Clan Homeworlds, and wins a "permanent" end to the Invasion, that allows the Clans to keep the worlds they already own in the Inner Sphere. The Clans have Superior technology, and while the Inner Sphere tries frantically to match the Clans technology-wise, it's a long, slow trek.

3062-3080: (The FedCom Civil WaJihad/Wars of Reaving) - Well, a whole lot of war going on here. The Federated Commonwealth, the preeminent power in the Inner Sphere, goes through a costly civil war, and just when that cools down, the Word of Blake (a religious revival/offshoot of Comstar) basically declares total war on the Inner Sphere and Clans alike. While this is happening, back in the Clan Homeworlds, a change in political power causes the Clan Homeworlds to figuratively meltdown, with the end result of some of the Clans being kicked out (mostly the ones who were in the Inner Sphere) or destroyed.

3139: Dark Ages- The Interstellar communications network goes down, and the Republic of the Sphere (formed after the Jihad) melts down, as small units try to reclaim Republic Worlds for their chosen faction

3150: ilClan era: Two Clans battle to decide who takes Earth, Humanity's homeworld. Theoretically under Clan honor rules, the Clan who takes Terra is the "ilClan", ie, the true leader clan. Meanwhile, the space these factions left behind in the race for Terra is contested by factions both large and small.

The FAQ Creator wrote a brief explainer that goes a bit more into the Battletech Timeline, and its ups and downs:

6) Are there video games set in the Battletech Universe?

Answer) Yup! There's a strategy game, simply called Battletech, available on Steam. It's set just prior to the Fourth Succession War, in a corner of space populated by smaller nations, but that doesn't make the story any less grand. There's also the Mechwarrior series, which is more of a FPS mech game. The latest game: (Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries), is also set at the end of the third succession wabeginning of the fourth. There's also an online MMO-like FPS (Mechwarrior Online). They have also announced a new Mechwarrior series game for 2023

7) What books should I read first, sourcebook and fiction wise?

Well, assuming you want to start in 3025 to see how we got here, sourcebook wise, the FAQ Creator recommends the House Books (will need to find download links if they're still on Sarna), and read the Warrior trilogy, which deals with the Fourth Succession War. After that, you can move into the Clan Invasion era with the Blood of Kerensky books

8) What's with all the "PAY YOUR PHONE BILLS" jokes?

One of the factions in the game, ComStar, was initially believed to be a neutral communications provider between worlds. They were so ubiquitious that the closest thing the Inner Sphere had to a universal currency was the C-Bill (Comstar Bill), which was converted into the length of time in your interstellar message. It turned out later on that they were the secret planners trying to encourage the Inner Sphere to club themselves into the metaphorical stone age, so they could take over. It also turned out that they had secret armies! (So, the joke is if you don't pay your Phone bill, then ComStar will send out some big stompy robots to MAKE you pay your phone bill). As it turned out, their religious revival faction, the Word of Blake, launched the most destructive war in quite some time.
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2023.03.27 06:10 kuroonumaa How do you know if you’ve repressed a memory?

Hi all. I am 23F have been in therapy and medicated since I was 18. I had a very unstable life with poverty, chronic illness, grief, narcissistic mother, physically abusive step parents. But despite all of those things one of the biggest triggers I had growing up and still do somewhat was anything related to sex. I was confused as a teenager as to ehhh that was. I realized in the last 4 years or so that I made myself ignore the memories I had as a kid of a girl who was double my age (she was maybe 13 when I was 7) on my street that I used to play with. I remember she would manipulate me into doing things with her but I honestly can’t remember the specifics or how far anything went and I start to feel uncomfortable when I try to think about it. Does this seem like something repressed? And is it even worth trying to dig out? I felt like for the last few years I was sort of over all my discomfort but now recently it’s been on my mind. Idk it’s just something I’ve hardly mentioned in therapy because it makes me feel so weird and uncomfortable to bring up. It also makes me wonder how many other things I’ve forced myself to forget, I do not remember large portions of my childhood from 5-10
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2023.03.27 06:09 BlueNormalcy This article is about The Family Chantel. By seeing someone on television, he believes he can determine whether they are a hidden sex worker and how many partners they have had.

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2023.03.27 06:09 OrionCygnusBeta A novelization of Destiny 1

I was recently watching an old youtube series of someone playing through D1 and it occurred to me just how subpar the narrative was at launch. With Taken King things got a lot better but the vanilla Black Garden campaign never really got those character moments that I think it really needed. With so much of Destiny 2's story completely inaccessible and the original D1 opening seemingly retconned for new players I decided to take it upon myself to write a novelization of that first campaign. I've been working on this for a while now in my free time and It's far from finished; I'm well over 10,000 words and the Guardian has only just gotten their Sparrow, but I want to post a little snippet to sort of gauge interest on the whole thing. It's a lot of effort and it's not really worth it if nobody reads it right? So this is submitted for approval as a proof of concept. For context, this is after the Guardian has gotten their ship and is making their very first visit to the original Tower.
Ghost notices me staring at the construct nearby. I tilt my head as I stare at the strange bipedal robot standing some meters away. Ghost chirps quietly to get my attention before launching into an explanation. “The City is manned by all manner of people. You may find people with skin such as yours, that deep iridescent blue of the Awoken. There are also humans living here and even Exos. All Guardians have a Ghost. Well… all Guardians start with a Ghost anyway. But there are people living in and around the City that do not have Ghosts. It’s our job to make sure they are safe. That’s what Guardians do. You’re a Warlock, so we’ll go meet Ikora first. You’ll like her. She’s soft spoken but has a commanding presence.” He turns to the robot that captured my attention. “This is a Frame. They’re artificial intelligences that aid in maintenance and labor tasks here in the Tower. This one can provide you with a map if you need it. You’ll see others tending to various tasks like taking care of messaging and delivering lost items. Come on, lets go see your mentor.” Ghost sets off toward the ramp leading downward in front of me, and I follow closely behind.
At the bottom of the ramp is a hallway. On the left side is a Frame managing a desk. Opposite the Frame stands a mountain of a man wearing a featureless helmet adorned with two horns. One seems to be broken, but the man pays it no mind as he waves cordially. “Do you think you’re good enough?”, he booms. “Try your luck in the Crucible.” I nod to him and look to my Ghost for instruction. “That’s Lord Shaxx. I’ll be honest, I don’t know much about him. He’s in charge of a training program called The Crucible where Guardians are put into sanctioned combat. It can get pretty intense. Maybe we’ll look into it later. Ikora’s just ahead.”
“Hey new kid! Betcha wish you has a cape as cool as mine, huh?” A hooded Exo male with startlingly blue eyes flashes a thumbs up in my direction. The tall dark skinned woman opposite him folds her arms and scowls at him, before softening her expression and looking to me. “Well met Guardian. I sense your connection to the Void. She steps toward me, her Ghost silently floating above her shoulder. From within her robes, she takes out a small length of rope and ties it carefully around my left bicep. “In time, your Ghost may produce a better one for you, but remember this.” She looks directly into my eyes. “A Warlock’s bond is both a symbol and a focus of power. Warlocks are vessels of The Traveler’s Light. But that power must be mastered. Peace within. War without.” She hands me a new set of robes and some glimmer to customize them should I wish it. “I am Ikora Rey. I will teach you all that I am able.” The blue Exo whistles in mock admiration, earning another scowl from Ikora. “Enough, Cayde.” A towering man clad in heavy armor leans forward, his fists on the edge of the table. I notice right away that he has blue skin like mine. He looks between his two compatriots and then to me. “Hello Guardian. I’m Commander Zavala. I mentor the Titans. You’ve already met Ikora Rey, the Warlock mentor. And this is Cayde-6.” He motions to the Exo male. “Our Hunter mentor. Together we are the Vanguard. We expect great things from you.” Cayde makes an exaggerated bow with a flourish of his hands. “See ya around kid.” He folds his arms and returns his attention to his work as I turn to leave.
Ghost leads me back down the corridor and up the ramp. We make a left turn and stop at a large tree. I switch out my older gear for the new set that Ikora furnished me with. The material is light but dense and feels much better than my previous set. Ghost seems adept at manipulating matter, having created my first set of clothes when he brought me back. He reduces them back into simple components which can be utilized as currency. As we step away from the tree, I spy another Exo behind a counter. He seems to be mumbling to himself about weapon configurations. Ghost gets right up next to my left ear and speaks very quietly. “That’s Banshee-44. He’s a little forgetful but you won’t find a better weapon smith anywhere.”
I walk up to the Exo. He seems to be staring at something on his arm, but I can’t see anything there out of the ordinary. At the same time, he has a weapon in pieces, and he seems to be cleaning components individually with startling precision despite not looking at what his hands are doing. “Hi Banshee.” Ghost speaks to the man. He seems to flinch as though struck in the head. “Who told you that name? That’s not my… Oh. Needing a new weapon, are you?” I nod silently to him, and he offers several options for me to select from. After testing their weight, I settle on a new scout rifle, favoring its ability to be accurate at range and up close. He collects payment and nods. “let me know how she is.” I’m not sure if he’s talking about a person or the performance of the gun, but he offers no explanation and returns to his work.
At that moment an announcement over a nearby loudspeaker catches my attention. “Got a newly serviced ship here for the Guardian that just arrived. If this Arcadia Jump’s yours come to my hangar. We need to have a chat.” Ghost looks to me. “That’s Amanda Holiday. She’s the Tower’s shipwright. When we landed, I had the jumpship sent to the hangar for service. Lets go see her.” I follow Ghost down another corridor leading to a wide-open bay with many ships coming and going.
Tucked into the far corner up another small flight of steps is the shipwright’s bay. She waves me over as I make my way up. I can see my ship hovering behind her, seemingly in much better condition than when it arrived. “This yours? I got her to stop shakin, but you’re gonna need some parts if you wanna get offworld.” I thank the woman and Ghost transmats us back into the ship. He hovers around, examining the shipwright’s handiwork. “Amanda’s amazing. Best mechanic I’ve ever seen. She’s right though. We’re going to need a warp drive. There might be one in the Cosmodrome, although we were lucky to even find this ship. Then again, we survived the Fallen once. We can do it again.”
We make our way back to the Cosmodrome, the return trip a much smoother affair than the first time. The navigation labels the landing zone as The Steppes. It’s a part of the Cosmodrome I haven’t seen yet. “A Guardian ship was recently shot down here. If the Fallen haven’t gotten to it there might be parts we can salvage.” Ghost updates the HUD in my new helmet with a navigation marker and we set up to find the crash site. Off in the distance, another Guardian is locked in combat with Fallen. Ghost assures me they don’t need our help, and we observe them for a moment before moving on across the plain. The wreckage of a small ship comes into view before long, and I can see that it hit the ground at an angle and skidded across the dirt before coming to a stop. Ghost scans the ship and searches through their logs. “This ship’s warp drive is in worse shape than ours. There’s something else though. They managed to restore an information hub around here. I guess that was their mission before the Fallen shot them down. That could be useful information. Might tell us where another ship is. Down in the tunnels below. We should go check it out.”
A new NAV marker appears on my radar, and I turn to follow it. There seems to be some sort of garage with stairs leading down. I watch a few dregs patrol the area through the sight of my new scout rifle for a few moments, before lining up my shots and making quick work of them. Thinking quickly, I move into the garage and make for the stairs before another patrol can take their place. A few steps down and I can see movement on my HUD. The room I come to is dark, illuminated only by a faintly glowing map situated on the wall opposite me. I double check my radar confirming that I’m not alone, but I can’t see anything when I look with my eyes. I take a few tentative steps toward the map realizing only now that the room has a secondary exit leading to a disused underground transit. The HUD must be picking up on enemies farther below me. Ghost takes the lead and makes for the opposite wall. “A map of the entire area. Now this will be useful. He begins to scan a control panel beneath the map. “What we really need to find is a warp drive, so we can jump to any planet or moon.” I look back to my radar again, noticing that the blips of movement have changed position. After a few moments of scanning, Ghost sighs. “Our only hope is where we found our ship.” He stops scanning and fixes his single eye on me. “We have to go back.”
I turn around and begin to make my way back to the stairs when a dark spot in the corner of the room catches my eye. Tentatively, I investigate it. I feel the hairs on the back of my neck stand as I slowly peek my head through the broken wall into the darker underground beyond. I lift the scout rifle to aim and take a step through. The hallway is noticeably colder, which adds to the haunted feeling it seems to emanate. Ghost says nothing but alights a beacon on my HUD pointing back up the way we came. I stand on the precipice of discovery a moment longer before deciding this path is better left unexplored for now.
A small band of red-garbed Fallen are waiting for me as I step out of the ruined underground entrance and back into the sunlight. It takes my eyes a few seconds to adjust which gives my adversaries ample time to notice me. Luckily, another such as I with their own Ghost in tow happens upon me and makes quick work of the ambush. The fellow Guardian pays me no mind as I watch them move on to the next group of doomed Fallen that find themselves in the Guardian’s sights.
Ghost’s NAV beacon leads me off to the right past where we landed a few hours ago. It takes me through a new yet all too familiar structure of broken beams and water leaking in from somewhere unseen. The ravages of time are on display at every turn. Ghost suddenly interrupts my thoughts. “Scanning for the warp drive.” He pauses a moment before continuing. “Bad news… It’s already in Fallen hands.” I sigh, quietly wondering how many of these bugs I’ll have to kill today. We press on through the wreckage. After rounding a corner, I suddenly feel the weight of time upon me. It is as though I am standing in my own grave. I look to Ghost and his artificial voice is barely a whisper.” I hope you’re ready for this.”
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2023.03.27 06:09 _TeNtAsTiC_ My baby firsts

My baby firsts
He is currently learning how to crawl. He also has other firsts that i dont have photos of, but so far, he has so many milestones im so proud. He's almost 2 sim's weeks old!!
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2023.03.27 06:09 inculiqbus Yes

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2023.03.27 06:08 adboio Managing table saw off cut / kickback

This is almost definitely a stupid question, but I wanted to get advice from those more experienced than I am.
Long post… TL;DR how do you safely push both sides of a work piece past the blade and the end of a cut to avoid kickback on both sides?
I’m not necessarily “new” to woodworking / power tools, but I got my first table saw a few days ago. It’s an old Craftsman 315, completely bare bones — just the table, blade, and fence. No riving knife, blade guard, anti-kickback, etc.
I tested it out today making a little mobile dust collection cart. I broke down a sheet of plywood with a tracksaw and then was cutting a ~36x24” piece down to 18x24” on the table saw. I have my fence set up to the right of the blade. I don’t have a proper outfeed table so I set up a temporary workbench on some sawhorses up against the back of the saw, which was probably 6” below the table saw surface.
I pushed the piece through the saw with my hands and a push block, then switched to a push stick for the last few inches of the cut. When I made it through the piece I used the push stick to “toss” the piece between the blade & fence to the outfeed table (again, which is roughly 6” below the surface of the table saw). At this point the off cut is just sitting to the left of the blade, kinda wobbling since the table saw itself isn’t large enough to support a piece that size, and it hadn’t fallen to the outfeed table yet. It was fully cut through, but still very close to the blade, especially with the imbalance. I was nervous about kickback so I didn’t want to reach over and push the piece off the table saw surface. I moved my body to the right just in case, and before I could think another thought, the piece was crashing into the back wall of my garage.
This has spooked me a bit. I feel pretty lucky the piece didn’t hit me and I didn’t attempt to reach over and push it through. I have some ideas on why this happened:
In my spooked state I ordered the following: - Splitter kit for zero clearance throat plate - Original Craftsman blade guard assembly with riving knife and anti-kickback
I also plan to build a proper outfeed table, at the same height as the table saw.
Can anyone help me understand how I should have performed this cut, safely, to avoid such an event? Is the solution to continue pushing both pieces until they both entirely clear the blade, swiftly sliding the off cut away from the blade at the end? Would a splitter or riving knife even have helped in this situation? In many “table saw safety” videos I’ve watched, the off cut just sits there beside the blade until the saw is turned off and the blade stops spinning. I don’t feel like I can trust the saw not to kick back a piece like that after what I experienced today. Should I feel this way? Would a proper splitter / outfeed surface help prevent this kind of thing?
Thanks in advance, and sorry for the long post!!
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2023.03.27 06:08 IPMay The sabre is the crab of swords

Now hear me out. there is odd phenomenon of different crustaceans evolving into crabs, often times they aren't even related to crabs. You'd be surprised how many "crabs" are actually some completely different family of creature. However, I've noticed a similar pattern of random swords turning into Sabres throughout history. This started to dawn on me while I was talking with somebody about the history of the Cutlass and hanger being related to the falchion. Then I remembered that my HEMA instructor has an antique Japanese sabre that has a Katana blade. This led me down a pretty deranged rabbit hole which leads me to my current circumstances. I am now the rabid conspiracy theorist with bloodshot eyes pointing towards his pin-board screaming about how everything is related.
The Sabre is the crab of swords.
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2023.03.27 06:08 epsylonic The best tip I can share for how to find good music on Bandcamp. Endless rabbit hole.

It's very easy. You just have to use a bit of discretion.
Start off with any track you rate highly already on bandcamp. The more obscure and new the better.
Click on the profile picture of other people who bought it already. Look for people with large collections in a similar vein. It will be too much to listen to all at once. So bookmark or follow them. I like to bookmark with a small description of how many tracks and the genre.
The more obscure you went, the less likely that person is to have vanilla taste. And the newer the track, the more you can be assured the people you find are keeping up with current new releases.
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2023.03.27 06:07 sarah_regal29 Alright let's play a trial game

A character of the show is put on trial for their crimes, you are the defense attorney and your goal is to get the best outcome possible for your client (charges dropped, reduced sentence, community service, psych ward, etc.).
Build your defense around any argument that you’d like but two things are necessary:
This is for fun so even if the crimes took place in the Enchanted Forest, let’s pretend magic is used to procure the following items:
We’re not taking ourselves too seriously here so you may use any other evidence except videos of the crime being committed but it needs to be somehow logical. We have to follow the reasoning. An example is a report of an expert in magic stating your client’s heart was not in their chest at the time of the crime and so it may have been used to compel them to do it. You could use that argument to create reasonable doubt.
Just have fun with it.
You are allowed to use deceased characters as witnesses as long as they aren’t the victim in the trial. Animals are allowed as well. Once again magic makes it possible, don’t question it.
I will then tell you what the verdict is and give out the sentence. Let me know if you guys want execution as an option for the sentence. It’s a thing in the Enchanted Forest but I know not everyone likes the concept, even in fiction.
Alright I will start with a character who doesn't have too many crimes.
Ruby Lucas a.k.a Red stands accused of the murder of Peter, found shredded to pieces in the woods. She pleads not guilty and you are hired as her attorney.
The prosecution will call the following witnesses:
As evidence, the prosecution will present the following items:
Here is how the prosecution case goes:
The hunter is called up first. He describes the scene they stumbled upon, a mess of blood and flesh that was formerly Peter and chains tied to a tree. Crime scene pictures will be introduced to emphasize his point and show the gruesome reality of Peter’s death. He talks about the beast they came across and describe how monstrous the creature is. It is pointed out Granny was at the scene and attempted to delay the hunters. The prosecution paints Granny as an accomplice and insist on Red fleeing the scene to convince the jury of her guilt.
Dr. Whale goes next and describes the wounds and what likely caused them to occur. He uses the autopsy report to confirm to the court Peter’s death was caused by a wolf attack. He then uses the DNA sample recovered on Peter’s mangled body. Saliva was recovered and analysis determined it was a mutated version of the defendant’s DNA.
Anita Lucas comes on the stand. She confirms that the transformation can be controlled and that the person retains consciousness during their time as a wolf.
Peter's father is used last. He is asked about his son and the type of man he was. He paints the picture of a remarkable young man. He testifies that the day of his murder, his son came back upset after he’d visited Red. Peter had claimed Ruby accused him of something terrible but he refused to talk about it. He was going to meet the accused that night to prove his innocence. His testimony is very emotional and the jury is now side-eyeing Red.
You now come in to present the defense's case. How do you organize your defense?
If you like this please tell me which character to do next.
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2023.03.27 06:07 KillerBengalDad Scared to stop night feeding

Been reading here for awhile now and I realize that we have been insanely blessed with an easy baby, so sorry if this seems like a non-issue to many of you.
Our son (7m) is completely bottle fed. We feed him at 7pm then put him down for bed, I change and feed him at 11pm before I go to bed, and then my wife does the same at 4am before she goes to work. I wake up and feed him again at 7am; he is soundly asleep during everything. This has worked perfectly for our schedule and has been our routine since he was 3 months old, and he sleeps the entire night 7pm - 9-10am every day. Because he sleeps for 13-15 hours at night he only naps about 1.5 hours during the day.
I know this is because we feed him through the night and am super scared for when we need to stop. Anyone have tips on how to not completely destroy the routine that keeps him happy all day long? Or rather how to best start weaning him to be able to sleep for a good chunk without needing food?
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2023.03.27 06:07 drowningtheyard How to Make Low Dose Topical Fin

Is I’m wondering how I could make super low dose topical finasteride? I’m thinking of making a .02% solution.
What would I need in order to do this?
How many 1mg pills should I use?
Where can I get the things that I need?
How can I make sure this is done right?
Don’t recommend to put my fin in minoxidil. I am really early in hair-loss and don’t require minoxidil at this moment. I’d rather not start something that I can’t stop.
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2023.03.27 06:07 holylance98 In the face of local tensions and global threats, Europe needs to create a new geopolitical framework of nations to be able to pursue their own interests in the world

In the face of local tensions and global threats, Europe needs to create a new geopolitical framework of nations to be able to pursue their own interests in the world
There are two different geopolitical sphere of influence models which can be alternative to the US-led globalized world. The first one is localized multipolar world, where each global power like USA or China has its own sphere of influence in the world. Sounds like yet another utopia, right? Even now, China struggles so hard to even establish their own sphere of influence. No other global power likes it.
The second way can be an insult to modern democratic societies, but the truth is that it's more feasible kind of global affairs that is built not on competition but a coalition of global powers. But, to attain that, we need to rebuilt the existing system completely and start a dialogue between global powers.
Since the end of a colonial era, many global powers have been transformed into nation-states. Good is it or bad, think for yourself. At least, since then we as a family of European nations and global powers started to lose our influence in the world, and third countries like China and India started to overthrow us in many ways. The figure below shows that:
Back in the day what we now call the United Europe, Russia and Japan, there was a large European family of nations and colonial powers of the world. Forget about Russo-Japanese war and other conflicts between European colonial powers, they were always taken place. Every major global power naturally competes for its place under the sun, dividing the giant pie of land between each other which is our world we live. Another day, seems like these conflicts have only alienated, not rallied us.
I honestly believe, in the face of growing power of China and the escalation of local and global conflicts, we all need to build a stronger connections between each other in this constantly changing and unpredictable world. We as the European family of nations, need to create our own strong bond of nations and be able to conduct foreign policy on our own desired way.
But the question is, how can we achieve these goals on a global scale?
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2023.03.27 06:06 neuromancer88 Endurance question

So getting back into cycling recently... and the rides I've done so far are in the 25-30 mile range. I've noticed that I "hit a wall" around 25 miles. Not likely bonking, guessing it's leg fatigue. Sharp drop in how hard I can pedal (oddly paired with a decline in HR). Most recent ride I tried taking an energy gel at ~20 miles... didn't seem to help
I'm generally riding at ~150bpm HR (~185 max HR) and I feel really comfortable at that pace... until I hit the wall of course. That's right around my aerobic/anaerobic threshold.
So my question... is it just a matter of riding more to build up more endurance? Do much longer Z2 rides? I don't get out on the bike as much as I should (once every couple weeks)... primarily because I have too many other hobbies/activities I spend my time on and also partly due to weather (yea, I'm a weanie... don't like riding in bad weather)
Or for longer rides, I should just focus more on dialing down the pace?
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2023.03.27 06:05 Cynthia8773 Creative scheduling? Where do I sign up?

I’m a part-time employee, who works within a sea of part-time employees, who are collectively hunting hours. It’s spring time, I’m positioned in OSLG, yet hours still remain scarce. There are only 2 full time employees and about 5 of us who are part time. (The 1 out of 2 Full-timers is transferring to Georgia, in one month.) leaving the DS as the only full-timer. I’m in Orange County California. I get along with my co-workers, I have advanced knowledge in horticulture and I can lift up to 70 lBS. I must mention that because I’m a middle aged woman who routinely hears “I can load, for you, I wouldn’t want you to hurt yourself with that.” I work with a retired male, (another part-timer) who comes in at 5:30AM even though he is scheduled for 9: AM and stays as long as he wants. He claims he has special permission to come to work anytime he pleases and to stay until he feels like going home. If I could do that I could quit my other 2 jobs and have just this one. What do I need to do to qualify for such a position? Why is this OK when our staffing manager says there are no hours? Do my hours fluctuate based on how many Starbucks coffees I can provide? Does management require a monthly Starbucks service fee in order to receive hours? Normally I don’t get involved with other people’s business but this co-workers constant remarks regarding his “special status” is getting to me. Is it even worth it to bring it up? Even if I did want to address it (he could just shut up about it) To Whom would I speak to?
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2023.03.27 06:05 Animus190599 Game is almost dead

Compare to just a month ago, the game now is in a much worse state. I think the player base is too small, so the people we are playing with are taken all over the world, resulting in the common laggy, buggy match. The experience just get so much worse, to the point where I just lost all my interest in this game
People/ unit r teleporting, lost connection, game is freezing, lagging, and having more bugs than ever. It's a complete mess.
I can't even count how many time we lost because of lag/ delay ( I'm in Singapore btw, and have great internet here) and I personally think Saber is gonna drop this game soon, cuz they don't give a crap
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2023.03.27 06:05 TheSteveGuyMan I suck need advice

I play mystery Heros (on console) and the game likes giving me doom fist, echo, genji, Hanzo, Winston. They are my least played and often i lose so many fights because I fail to help my team in any way. I’m not kidding I’ll get these heros like 2 or 3 times a match.
  1. The console controls for genii, doom, and echo feel unintuitive
  2. I have no idea how to aim with genii or hanzo
  3. I can play winston but his ult is hard to control
These are the main issues. To help illustrate my struggles for genj and echo I have to take my thumb of the aiming stick just to double jump or fly up which is bad since I don’t play claw. For aiming I usually turn down the aim assist for projectiles but for some reason I just can’t hit anything on hanzo or genji. Doom is a complete other issue, I can’t do anything good on that character, I fundamentally don’t understand his controls or what he’s even suppose to do. Lastly Winston ult is disorienting to use and I find my self trying to chase people but over jumping and wasting so much time on it. It’s honestly pretty frustrating how bad I am at these heros, everyone seems to handle them just fine.
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