Line 6 Helix LT Guitar Multi-Effects Processor - $650 ($650 + Free S/H) 85%

2021.10.25 17:20 pedal_deals_bot Line 6 Helix LT Guitar Multi-Effects Processor - $650 ($650 + Free S/H) 85%

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2021.10.25 17:20 titoharris Swatch time!

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2021.10.25 17:20 -langford- ODST: It would have been really weird for the Brutes to encounter Gorillas in the Uplift or Tsavo Nature Reserves

Like imagine accepting the propaganda that Humans are inferior, who already look quite ape-like, and then seeing a primitive version of yourself on their planet. I know that the Brutes are sometimes portrayed as bear-like but they seem a lot more gorilla-like to me.
Also, I know that Gorillas aren't native to Kenya, but it's not impossible for them to be present in a zoo.
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2021.10.25 17:20 slavprussiaottoman •Growing server with an established community of core members but adding new people •Game nights that are usually hosted every other night •Semi toxic members with limited rules •Plethora of copypastas, links, gifs, and memes

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2021.10.25 17:20 Entire_Explorer2727 how do you add a car?

Anyone know how you add a car to your account? I've got a bicycle account but I want to deliver in my car now, however there's no option to add a car in the vehicles section as per their support instructions and there's no way to contact them...
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2021.10.25 17:20 Mocha1986 How do I check cawed it’s asked me for a number

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2021.10.25 17:20 NorthStarSon Question for the 4Runner crew

I have a 2011 Sr5. It has this "clunk" in the driveline when applying throttle or letting off. I've found a TSB which addresses this issue by replacing the rear driveshaft.
My question is, has anybody (who has experienced this issue) fixed it without replacing the whole shaft?
Thanks to all.
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2021.10.25 17:20 oinkoinki Saw this on a moving truck, need help to identify

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2021.10.25 17:20 AlphaLionX Chilean flamingo shot from the zoo

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2021.10.25 17:20 Elbirri the RNG bless me

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2021.10.25 17:20 i_love_jimin help pls
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2021.10.25 17:20 Diego-who NEW phasmophobia MAP, GHOST, REWORKS! (Nightmare Update/Halloween Event)!

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2021.10.25 17:20 treehugger503 Managing adulting as a teacher is hard

I’m in year 7, so you would’ve thought I’d be more of an “adult” by now, but yeah… not the case.
I am in a new district this year and feel like a second year teacher again. Not as hard as the first year, but three new preps and a new school culture is a lot.
I am STRUGGLING to keep up with cooking meals. I have been using Postmates a lot the last month and my bills show that I need to cool it and actually cook. I just don’t have the energy though.
Even when I google “easy dinner recipes,” I’m left feeling like it’s waaaay too involved for my energy levels when I get off work. Maybe it’s because I’m introverted? No idea. I’m just zapped when I get home.
Let’s not talk about cleaning either.
Not sure where this is going, but I just feel like teaching takes all that I have, and I have nothing left at home.
Also, if you have any brainless meals, drop them below please. This girl needs to start cooking.
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2021.10.25 17:20 Pyroechidna1 How a college-educated liberal became an anti-mandate extremist: A breakdown

You know, in the beginning...I was down with the mission.
I was once one of those people who went around on Facebook arguing with Corona deniers, telling them why the virus wasn't "just another flu", why their analogies to car crashes and mosquitoes flying through chain-link fences were shit, and why lockdowns were needed to prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed.
And look at me now. My rage is incandescent as I rail against public-health measures in every reddit thread that I can find. The man with the fancy liberal-arts degree, who was once the most implacable enemy of Donald Trump and the Republican Party, has become the most strident voice against COVID precautions in all of their forms.
How did we get here?
The story began on February 25th, 2020. I was in my backyard when I saw a headline on my phone:

That was curious. I had never heard the CDC say such a thing before. In the same article was this quote:
“I understand this whole situation may seem overwhelming, and that disruption to everyday life may be severe. But these are things that people need to start thinking about now,” [CDC head of immunization Nancy] Messonier said. “I had a conversation with my family over breakfast this morning, and I told my children that – while I didn’t think they were at risk – right now, we as a family, need to be preparing for significant disruption of our lives.”
It was ominous, but I didn't think about it much. The next weekend, I went to visit my newborn nephew in the NICU at Maine Medical Center. I thought about the coronavirus as I sanitized my hands at the entrance, but nothing else was required of us.
The next weekend I was in Newburgh, New York for a bachelor party. We hit the breweries and the clubs without a care in the world. I think I read a news story about the virus as we were driving around town in a party bus, but in general it was out of my mind.
By the middle of the following week, I was sitting on my couch, wearing my biggest down jacket and a knit hat, and shivering despite the fact. My muscles ached. I had a sore throat. When my wife walked in the door, I jokingly held out my hand and said "Stop. I have coronavirus."
Of course, unbeknownst to me at the time, it was not a joke.
I went to urgent care on March 12th, 2020, the very same day that schools were closed and an email arrived announcing that I would be working from home for the foreseeable future. I took a mask from the box in the vestibule and put it on, for the first time in my life. The PA looked at me and sent me home, figuring that because my lungs were uninvolved it probably wasn't COVID. There were no tests back then, but we know better now. Two of the friends I had shared a room with at the bachelor party were sick also. One reported that he couldn't smell his eucalyptus shower gel.
Our brushes with COVID proved uneventful; we recovered and settled into life in lockdown. On my wall calendar, I crossed off the days the way cartoon characters make tally marks on jail-cell walls. In early April, I wrote "APEX WEEKS" in red over the weeks of April 13th and 20th. Extrapolating, I wrote "WEEK OF FALSE HOPES" in green over the week of May 18th, hoping that events after that date wouldn't have to be cancelled. But I knew it would probably take longer, hence the "false hopes." I just never imagined how bad it would actually be.
Initially, I was supportive of public-health measures. I could see the exponential growth in Massachusetts and New York, and I agreed that something had to be done to arrest it. But as the weeks went by, and millions of people lost their jobs and livelihoods, a sound started to build in my ears.
Have you ever watched a movie, where a plane enters a fatal dive before crashing? You know that sound effect that they use, the one sampled from the "Horns of Jericho" sirens fitted to Stuka dive-bombers in World War II? That was the sound that started to fill my ears as I searched for news about reopening. The complexities were adding up.
While the data suggest social distancing measures put in place to limit the new coronavirus' spread are working, experts warn that the projections are not an indication that those restrictions should or will be lifted any time soon.
In fact, relaxing social distancing efforts too soon could lead to a surge of new Covid-19 cases, health experts explain.
The United States will have to be able to perform millions of coronavirus tests each week before restrictions can be safely lifted, economists and public health experts say in two different plans for reopening society.
The two reports differ in their recommendations for just how much testing is needed. One calls for 3 to 30 million tests a week, while the other says the country will need to be doing 20 million tests a day to get a handle on the pandemic.
While many have called for increases in testing, Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, said in a Friday press briefing that "it is beyond the possibility to test everyone in this country every day. "It's just not possible."
May 18th came and went. Reopening proceeded glacially. And this is where the first cracks emerged between myself and my fellow liberals. Every business is essential to someone, I argued. You can't just crush people's livelihoods and then sit around wishing that the government would provide better support. You either provide the support first, or you let them go out and try to survive. It was absurd, I argued, that Target and BJ's were allowed to remain open and sell TVs, toys, and patio furniture while their local competitors in those segments were forced to close, just because they didn't also sell food.
I scoured the news obsessively for hints about the end of social distancing and the reopening of businesses. I didn't even care about mask mandates back then. I just wanted people to have their livelihoods back, and for the calendar to have events again.
My anger didn't really start to burn hot until the end of 2020, when vaccination became the topic of the day. All throughout the latter half of that year, we had been assured that vaccines were the key to dropping restrictions in perpetuity. And when officials started to hem and haw and hedge about the prospect of lifting restrictions, I found myself transported back to an earlier time.
It was the year 2001, and the news was showing footage of long security lines at an airport on our old CRT TV. The reporter suggested that this would be the case permanently because of the attacks. As a teenager, I cried when I heard that.
Then it was the year 2013. I was driving to work on the 4th of July. NPR was reporting on tight security on the Esplanade in Boston. People were refused because they brought umbrellas or plastic silverware.
While Ayers welcomed tightened security after the marathon bombing, he questioned some of it.
"I think they caught the right people already, and we're going to have no problems today," Ayers said. "You still want to be very careful, but I think certainly umbrellas like that were probably OK last year, and now all of a sudden they're not OK. So unfortunately, I'm going to have to run a long distance to get it back to the car."
I exploded. I screamed in rage in the car. After all those years of The War On Terror, all those billions of dollars spent and lives lost, people couldn't bring a goddamn can of soda to what was supposed to be a celebration of our freedom. What was it all for, then?
Now it was the year 2020, and it was all happening again. A procession of experts on NPR gloomily prognosticated about how the world was permanently changed. The words "for the foreseeable future" were being thrown around a lot.
Not this time. I wasn't going to stand for it. I wasn't going to give up a single thing to the virus. It was the 4th of July on the Esplanade all over again.
Then, there was a ray of hope. Out of the blue, like a bolt of lightning, Rochelle Walensky and Joe Biden stepped up to the podium, removed their masks, and proclaimed that vaccinated people go back to their pre-pandemic lives again.
I was ecstatic. The dark clouds were clearing. In a few weeks, the pandemic had almost completely disappeared from my mind. It was in the past. This subreddit was quiet, except for a few people stopping in to oldgrimalkin's posts to marvel about how far we had come. He announced his intention to discontinue them, as there was nothing more to report...or so it seemed.
Then came the Provincetown outbreak. And the CDC's new county-level transmission scale. And the reimposition of mask mandates in places like Somerville and San Francisco. We were right back into it, and mandates were being reimposed without any exit criteria. Public health officials boldly looked us in the eye and told us that there was no plan:
"... What do you recommend that we tell people who are asking, 'At what point do the masks come off?' If we're going to be living with this, as you say, for quite a while, are masks indefinitely in our future?"
"Well, I would say we don't have a set metric." "I would say we need to see our hospitals settle down, our cases low and flat, and some stability before we would recommend taking away this very important prevention measure. And the other thing I would say is that even without a requirement, people will continue to mask indoors, it's part of many cultures and may well become part of our culture or at least in some segments as well."
I was apoplectic. My rage burned white-hot. We had done it. We were there, in the promised land. And now, here we are, sliding down that slippery slope again.
I won't let it go. This will not be another 9/11, another Marathon bombing, forever stripping us of the ability to do things the we used to do. I will not rest until every single restriction, every tiny COVID-related inconvenience, is eliminated and never to return. In the words of Drake:
I don't wanna hear about this ever again.
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2021.10.25 17:20 Volamdander Big lip monke (˙❥˙)

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2021.10.25 17:20 comewhatmay_ Scalloped tongue and burning

For the past 2 weeks my tongue became scallopped (with dents in it). First I thought it was dehydration but it doesn't go away no matter how much water I drink. On top of that if vinegar touches my tongue it burns it so much. I'm freaking out myself with the possibility of amyloidosis
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2021.10.25 17:20 Karl_the_Jarl Just to clarify, I love ranger (pre and post Tasha's), this is all in good fun

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2021.10.25 17:20 Spirited_flower14 Mafia romance movies

Hey for some mafia romance movies BUT with a happy ending where the girl actually ends up with the villain
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2021.10.25 17:20 GoldenGek Episode 10 - No Man's Sky Journey - Science Friction - Please like and share 😘🥰👍

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2021.10.25 17:20 BuiltFromAshes Built From Ashes [SMP] [Semi-Vanilla] {1.17} {Age 16+}

Built From Ashes, or BFA is 16+, 1.17.1 server that supports all kinds of humans. If you'd like to join here is a invite, read everything we have so you do go in blind, especially the plugins section!
-Default Difficulty is hard but is customizable for each player -AFKING ALLOWED -ALL REDSTONE MACHINES ALLOWED(EXCEPT LAG MACHINES AND SPAWN KILLERS)
[Performance & Specs] -8 GB RAM -MINIMAL LAG, CONSTANT 20 TPS -Server Restarts everyday at 6 AM American CST to keep it from lagging!
-Griefprevention: Claim and protect your land from those pesky griefers with a golden shovel! -DiscordSRV: The MineCraft chat is directly connected to the Discord chat! You can chat through both platforms at once. -UltimateTimber: Cuts down trees when you cut down one log, be careful because the leaves can fall on you! -Veinminer: Mines all ores when you shift and mine one of them. -ImageOnMap: The same plugin from the dream smp that lets people turn images into minecraft maps!
-PvpManager: Allows you to toggle PVP on and off so you are randomly killed!
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2021.10.25 17:20 Dogketo Darkrai raid on me 8092 7106 7121 adding 10

8092 7106 7121
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2021.10.25 17:20 iCantBelieveLebron 24 year old that isn’t ready to give up just yet...

I work a FT job that just isn’t cutting it. I’m almost to the point of giving up everything. I’m losing my family I can barely sleep at night knowing my financial situation. During the summer I resold boxed pools and made some extra money but right now I can’t seem anything to resell. If there is a mentor out there that can help me out please reach out. I’m starving to be successful I just haven’t found my alley yet. If anyone would like to know more about me please reach out.
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2021.10.25 17:20 MPPM1302 Yardi - commercial COA

Hi there. I'm new to Yardi and curious if anyone has a template of COA for commercial RE property that I can use to set up properties. I understand every organization might be different in how that is set up, but wondering if there is one that I can use to just set up the framework for my commercial properties (retail, office etc..)
Thank you!
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2021.10.25 17:20 _ButterCat Well, that's one way to start a paradox run

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2021.10.25 17:20 Fuzzy_01 Cool Trick: If you put a portable lake in the valley, and have 2 arctic winds supporting each other on top of it, when you flood the valley the ice towers will stay submerged and support other towers

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