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2021.10.17 17:24 wickd_science What is the first track ID here? Cannot for the life of me figure it out.

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2021.10.17 17:24 Low-Satisfaction7336 Johnny Depp hat das aus dem zweiten Pirates-Film genannt

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2021.10.17 17:24 The-Coding-Race Qr Code Scaning app (Devloping) In MIT APP INVENTOR

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2021.10.17 17:24 Ok_Reception9399 I [M22] feel deeply guilty over something I did 3 years ago, and I want an outside perspective on the severity of my actions

3 years ago I stayed at my uncle's place for about 4 months. He put me in the same room as his 2-3 y/o kid, on opposite ends. Once i groggily went to sleep at about 4-5 am, got a random boner that wouldnt die, tugged at myself under the blanket for a min or two before going to the restroom. First time I didnt think anything of it. second time I realized that even if it was 4-5 and I was under the covers, I shouldn't be doing that in the same room as someone else, and I permanently moved to sleeping on the living room couch for the rest of my stay. what should I do, how should I feel? is there any way to atone for this? I dont believe the kid woke up
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2021.10.17 17:23 Dinilz It makes no sence ! but its funny :)

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2021.10.17 17:23 diverareyouok Have you ever made a donation to support the development of Calibre?

About a year ago, I realized that Calibre was something I took for granted… and something I use on a very regular basis for a multitude of reasons. I wanted to show some support, so I sent an email to the creator. He recommended I make a donation (he said “anything helps, even $50), so I sent him $20 - less than the price of a single hardcover book. I felt that it was important to give back to someone who is so actively updating a free program that I use so frequently. I’m just curious to see if anybody else has ever donated to help support his continued development of Calibre? Even $5 helps.
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2021.10.17 17:23 FancyAccident3361 Dropping a Course, W on transcript

How bad is it to get a W on your transcript?
I'm extremely behind one of my classes because I added it two weeks into the semester and not to mention missed school for a bunch of religious holidays.
I'd try to push through but not sure how well I'd do.
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2021.10.17 17:23 Im_Lucky_Soul Is this a common bug? 😂

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2021.10.17 17:23 leagues99 Dr. Eric Emerson (North Carolina) - DI Review

I had surgery with Dr. Emerson on October 8th at his Shelby office and I wanted to do a thorough review of my experience with him (everything after consultation) for anyone else who may be interested in him. I previously wrote a review of my consultation with him - along with other NC surgeons - and posted pictures through the one week mark so I'll link those in an edit. Also, I know in my review of the consultation I said Dr. Emerson didn't seem super warm, but I was wrong. I think maybe he's either more of a morning person (my consultation was around 3pm) or he hadn't had enough coffee that day.

The pre-op appointment was simple. It was pretty much just a blood draw, signing paperwork (they send you a copy of this in the mail before the appointment, read it before the appointment to save time), Dr. Emerson explaining the procedure for the next week, and asking Dr. Emerson any questions I had. However, the pre-op appointment took way longer than expected. They said it should be 45 minutes to an hour and it ended up being around an hour and a half long. I think this was because the person who did the blood draw forgot to take it to the lab so they didn't realize they could continue with the other parts. There was also a small mix-up of when I'd need to see him again after surgery. Evidently if patients live near by he usually asks that they come in the day following surgery to ensure everything looks okay; however, in our consultation he said he'd see me again a week after surgery. I live about an hour and a half away from Shelby so we got a hotel room for the night before surgery but not the night after so I was worried about making my mom drive so early in the morning to get there by 8am or whenever. Evidently for patients who live further away he can do a check in by phone so that is why he told me he'd see me a week after surgery. Honestly, I didn't really even mind all the extra time and confusion. Everyone was so incredibly nice and helpful. Plus it was very clear this was just an abnormal mistake, not a normal thing at all so don't worry, about the time part.

Day before surgery I called around 3pm to confirm my surgery time as they asked me to do. They confirmed times hadn't changed: be there at 7am and surgery is at 8am. We got there a few minutes early and they came out to the car and brought me in. I went to the bathroom for the urine test and put on a gown. (They let me keep my shorts and socks on.) I went into the surgery prep room where my mom was. The nurses took my vitals and placed the IV. Dr. Emerson came in and we chatted a little, took before pictures, and went over any final questions I had. After that I was brought to the surgery room and climbed on the table. They put squeezy things on my legs and gave me meds to help with anxiety and I was out. Surgery took about 2.5 hours and because I had so much breast tissue they had to send it off to pathology to make sure there was nothing cancerous. (I don't know what the minimum amount it that they do this with but I was 32DDD before T if that helps give reference.) I was fully dressed when I woke up. I think Dr. Emerson came to go over final instructions and ask if we had any more questions before we left and we got those answered and said we'd talk the next day.
Both the patient coordinator and Dr. Emerson himself called to check on me that evening and then he called again the next morning around 8:05am to check on how things looked. Everything was great and I had so little pain I took my last Percocet at noon the day after surgery. He said he likes for patients to stay on for the first 24 hours after surgery and then they can move off at their own pace. I think not having drains helped my comfort levels a lot.

The post-op was pretty quick. Dr. Emerson and a nurse came in to ask me how things were going and took off the compression vest to look at things. Everything looked good and he said the little swelling and bruising I had was normal. We went over nipple care and scar care and any additional questions I had. The nurse then took off the nipple bolsters. I didn't feel much of anything on the left side, but evidently I do already have some level of nipple sensation on the right because I did have some stinging when sutures were removed on that side. As much as I hated the feeling it was nice to have hope that I'd be able to have good feeling at least on one side as things healed. They put gauze over the nipples and my mom drove me home and I got almost right in the shower. We didn't get the front side of my chest wet because we didn't have time to try and peel off the medical tape they used (it was the super sticky tape) before my therapy appointment, but boy when we got it off the next day I was so incredibly happy with my nipples. I mean they looked a little gross, but the size was perfect.

I am so incredibly happy with every part of the process with Dr. Emerson and I can't recommend him enough. Like even my mom has said that if she every gets a reduction or lift or something that she'd go to him. I do have another post-op appointment with him in two weeks just to check on further progress so when I do my one month photos I may include a comment with info on that appointment.
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2021.10.17 17:23 Worldly-Day8684 Pronouns and other issues within a relationship

Do you have a problem with your significant other not wanting to use your they them pronouns because "it just doesnt sound right" or something to that effect. I've gotten more and more triggered by constantly being referred to as him. Also within the context of being in a relationship with someone while transitioning how has it changed your dynamic with your SO? When I first came out to my girlfriend of 7 years it was an outright negative experience, as she tried to talk me out of it and suggest I just dress up sometimes as I had previously told her about an interest in crossdressing, that made me have second thoughts about my choice to pursue hormone therapy and feel reluctant to reveal myself to anyone else. After several weeks of tension and talking about it we decided we would attempt to work things out and that we both loved each other. However she does little to acknowledge the situation or validate me and it feels like it's something looming over our heads that is outright ignored as we go about our day to day activities. She also makes comments like "You use to be so cute" while looking at older photos and make comments that make me feel upset about anything that is changing about my appearance such as my change in hair styles. How has your experience been with your partners?
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2021.10.17 17:23 AdEfficient125 I have 1 ticket for sale.

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2021.10.17 17:23 Carrissaa_jk ✨Yesterdays outfit✨

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2021.10.17 17:23 Quail-New Kush Coma?

Has anyone ordered from them? Good or bad experience?
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2021.10.17 17:23 Uncle_Ron227 what are the chords hes playing at 0:35

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2021.10.17 17:23 Brunell_the_GOAT Scale 1 thru 10 how confident are you that Curtis Samuel will ever contribute something

This guy has Paul Richardson injury
Combined with Leonard Hankerson and Taylor Jacobs hype
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2021.10.17 17:23 LeagueAltAccount Hexflash into ranged match ups?

Thoughts? Gives you the ability to take biscuits as well, and hexflash seems like it would be extremely strong into ranged match ups that aren’t vayne. Haven’t tried it myself, but what do you all think of it?
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2021.10.17 17:23 TennisADHD It’s creepy, I’m Sirious

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2021.10.17 17:23 KINGM1RI About 6 months of towel rub semi freeforms

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2021.10.17 17:23 vgace if ur wondering how a double chest of stone looks like on da ground

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2021.10.17 17:23 Revolutionary_Ad7049 Beginner builder

Hello, I would like to build a very average PC which will be used for gaming, but I don't have xeperience in custom build PCs. I don't trust prebuilts because they are usualy overpricwed and not worth it, so can you help me with what should I put in it. I should note that my budget isn't infinite, and I wouldn't like to spend more than 700-750 dollars on it.
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2021.10.17 17:23 kittycakekats Proper blending brushes helped me so much! So happy with this result.

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2021.10.17 17:23 Baquant Efficient way to substract value from every element of list.

Expected Result =

list1 = [1,2,3,4,5] list1 - 1 = [0,1,2,3,4] 
I'm currently using numpy arrays to do this,
list1 = numpy.array([1,2,3,4,5]) list1 - 5 = numpy.array([-4,-3,-2,-1,0]) 
Numpy works perfectly fine, but im doing this for ~5m lists so it takes a lot of time.

Is there a more efficient method for this?
(All lists have 50-150 elements inside them)
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2021.10.17 17:23 saraahf Sunday mood

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2021.10.17 17:23 heyitsmatte Which of these books would be better for beginner?

TL;DR - Tarot Correspondences or Tarot Deciphered by T Susan Chang. Also, does Tarot for Yourself by Mary K grade discuss intuitive reading? Other suggestions that are similar?
I’m not a beginner but I wouldn’t consider myself intermediate. I have a bit of knowledge on tarot and astrology but neither are 100%, if that makes sense haha.
I planned on purchasing Tarot Correspondences by T Susan Chang but I saw that she had a new book out called Tarot Deciphered. Which of these would be better for me at my current stage?
Also, I was interested in picking up Tarot for Yourself by Mary K Greer. I know it’s a workbook and it helps you develop your own relationship with the cards but does it discuss using the cards intuitively at all?
Lastly, any recommendations that are similar to these books?
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2021.10.17 17:23 IVoices The hell

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