2022.01.28 02:18 Shkillah Klay Thompson is BACK
MODERN SPORTS MEDICINE IS INSANE PLAYERS COME BACK LOOKING AMAZING HE DOESNT LOOK LIKE HE HAS LOST A STEP AND HES WARMING UP AND GETTING RYTHYM. OH AND HE A FUCKIN PASSER NOW LETS GO
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2022.01.28 02:18 KeroseneSoupBurner [LF] skull fossil [FT] masterball, gold bottlecaps, mints, rare candy, any other fossil than old amber and skull.
2022.01.28 02:18 ParticularBridge8546 PreCalc
Looking for some help with PreCal on edgenuity. Have tried brainly, quizlet, etc. but struggling with finding assistance for correct answers on assignments and quizzes.
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2022.01.28 02:18 WoFYTT I remade a part from this video but in Silvo's perspective: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWO2FVNs8DQ
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2022.01.28 02:18 PeachPetalArt I really want more "The Weird Side Of Amazon" or "wish.com", am I alone?
They're some of my favorite videos of Dan's! I don't know why. I'm sad there was never a threequel to "The Weird Side Of Amazon" and the Wish.com video is one that's very similar. I wish he'd make another vid like this! What do y'all think?
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2022.01.28 02:18 blobfishslayer Any clinical psych applicants out there ?
2022.01.28 02:18 PickleGambino Do you think your Reddit history could impede you from getting hired if it was hypothetically discovered and connected to you?
2022.01.28 02:18 Ellie_Untamed I always get compliments on my eyes. 👀
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2022.01.28 02:18 chenedefer Valis, Philip K Dick and Eric Clapton
Hey all - I just finished reading Philip K Dick's 1981 book Valis. In it, PKD's avatar Horselover Fat gets hit by a pink laser beam that gives him knowledge and sight into the true nature of time and history. It's based on some of PKD's actual experiences and thoughts. In both the book and real life, for example, PKD saved his son's life by insisting he was seriously ill and that he go to the doctor despite the son not showing any physical symptoms. His son ended up having emergency surgery on a hernia.
The strange part is that there's a rockstar figure in the book named "Eric Lampton" who is obviously based on Eric Clapton. And in the book, Lampton's infant dies tragically in some sort of accident. I thought that was weird, that PKD would write about something that actually happened into this sci-fi novel. Then I realized the publishing date. Valis was published ten years before Eric Clapton's son's tragic death.
Has anyone else read Valis? And did you catch this eerie coincidence? I can't see anything online when I search about it, except for two people claiming that PKD drew inspiration for the Clapton figure from real life, but they get the dates for Clapton's son's death wrong. I am starting to feel like PKD might have been a prophet and that VALIS is real.
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2022.01.28 02:18 DuncanEllis1977 We're with you, ignore the haters
As a GenX I can tell you that we're all with you. I've got my nightmare stories over the 24 years of professional work I've put in and can say truthfully that I thank the Lord that people aren't putting up with it anymore. (Even those of us making more than a living wage deal with the horse manure that y'all deal with, just in a different flavor.)
I've worked for 4 companies that no longer exist, mostly due to disasterious management and toxic environments. Sadly, not one of the stories I see on this sub surprises me in the slightest. The societal failure is that they're really just now being given the attention they deserve. In the past, these movements have been squashed via legal battles. (See the RadioShackSucks.com and WalmartSucks.com history)
Keep telling your stories, keep shedding light on that which employers want to throw shade on, and keep being here with the focus of how toxic work is in the US. We're not slaves, and we need to make sure as many people as possible need to realize what's been happening to us.
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2022.01.28 02:18 Manella-Art A bundle of love | Art by me, OC's by me and my bf
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2022.01.28 02:18 hopelessboarder Deck Advice
Pulled a few BLS - Sacred Soldier and CED cards so trying to make a deck around them. Moreso just showing all the cards I have that I think could be used.
Any advice on making a deck around these cards? or should I make separate decks for each card?
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2022.01.28 02:18 qwenmn JOINT ADMISSIONS EXERCISE 2022 RESULTS OUT ON 4 FEB The results of the 2022 Admissions Join...
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2022.01.28 02:18 ManufacturerNo8135 Pinky:st, y2k anime figures I’m obsessed with :)
2022.01.28 02:18 New_Mexico_Seeds Sunland Park eyes $7 million slice of New Mexico’s $300 million cannabis pie
SUNLAND PARK, New Mexico (Border Report) – With Texas’ sixth-largest city right across the state line, Sunland Park expects to cash in big when New Mexico’s recreational marijuana law goes into effect this spring.
“This has the potential of doubling the revenues for the city of Sunland Park,” Mayor Javier Perea said. That translates to $7 million. “One unique part about the city is obviously the location. Being right next to two states, Texas and Chihuahua (Mexico) […] We have a metroplex of over 2 million people. That’s more than the entire population of the state of New Mexico.”
New Mexico last June legalized recreational cannabis activities, green-lighting retail sales beginning next April. State officials say recreational sales could reach $300 million in the first year.
Texas has no such law but there’s nothing stopping West Texas residents from coming over to buy or consume. Already, hundreds of El Paso residents drive to Sunland Park on Sundays to purchase liquor due to Texas liquor stores being closed that day.
Sunland Park eyes $7 million slice of New Mexico’s $300 million cannabis pie (borderreport.com)
First, licensees must pay a business registration fee to the city. Stores can sell cannabis products for consumption off-premises only between 7 a.m. and midnight Monday through Saturday, and 8 a.m. to midnight on Sunday. In-store consumption areas may operate from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.
The city banned cannabis retailers from manufacturing areas but allows them to operate virtually everywhere else outside residential areas, school zones, daycare centers and other well-defined gathering places.
“The state is really the one that dictates all that, but we can enforce our codes and ensure public safety,” Perea said.
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2022.01.28 02:18 Kalendorf Sigrid “Stop the Clock” still.
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2022.01.28 02:18 CreepyIdioticSimp What a coincidence seeing you here
2022.01.28 02:18 Jardani-kun I never got to ask anyone on this sub this, but who is your favorite YouTuber?
2022.01.28 02:18 TheBlissFox When You Put a Redneck in the City
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2022.01.28 02:18 Flacko2092 Why sugarhill keem turned in himself what did he go in for
2022.01.28 02:18 MoonBoobies420 The company I worked for last year got bought out in April
I've received my w2 from the new corporate, but have yet to receive my w2 from the old company for my wages earned from January to April. Kind of lost on what my next move should be or if I should just continue to wait it out?
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2022.01.28 02:18 No_Translator556 Ancient aliens
2022.01.28 02:18 Hopeful-Draw6781 First flush! Inca stargazers 😌✨
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2022.01.28 02:18 elrosti000 VIRGO CRYSTALS ♍ ⛰️
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