What do you guys think of car enthusiasts?

2021.10.20 09:20 shadowlessZ What do you guys think of car enthusiasts?

I’m just wondering as a car enthusiast what do you guys think of people like me? Personally I’m into tracking my car and performance cars, driving on backroads and just enjoying the driving experience. I guess I’m just trying to understand what you want because driving is very important to me as a lesiurely experience. I’m not an asshole driver and don’t speed on public roads or anything like that. In fact I’m also into cycling, I want to know what type of future you would invision and if/how it would accomodate for people who love driving their cars as a leisure activity, not just as their main way of transport.
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2021.10.20 09:20 jackmolay Texas transgender bill targeting students called "hateful" by White House

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2021.10.20 09:20 LAC4LIFE Help Me With Lingo

Hello All,
Longtime (On and Off) WWE fan, last few years only been watching big 4 PPV's and Rumble through Mania weekly shows
Please teach me what all the lingo in here means
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2021.10.20 09:20 KillerSpaceBunny Christian boarding school sues Missouri to stop new oversight of unlicensed facilities

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2021.10.20 09:20 Soqey What are the best soul eggs boosts without premium

As the title says, what is the best combination of 2 boosts to farm soul eggs? 50x income and 500x souls for 10 mins or 10x all boosts and 500x soul eggs?
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2021.10.20 09:20 3rdGallagherBrother my results are very random

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2021.10.20 09:20 PatientModBot Google, Mozilla Close to Finalizing Sanitizer API for Chrome and Firefox Browse

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2021.10.20 09:20 Lycan_ep Diamond Direct Commercial

Anyone else hate the newest Diamond Direct Commercial? “I’m not like other girls, if everyone else has it…..” 🤮
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2021.10.20 09:20 United-Medicine-883 In secret vaccine contracts with governments, Pfizer took hard line in push for profit, report says

Public Citizen a public advocacy group obtained some of the contracts which “maximize profits” and “shift risks”.

Read the part about their handling of Columbia and Brazilians and Chile and the D.R.
You will see why these countries are cooperating with Inovio
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2021.10.20 09:20 cookiewirl I have been waiting at this bus stop for almost a hour

I have been standing at this bus stop for 40 minutes, my bus is 32 minutes late and it is 35 degrees here, no other reason for this post then to rant because I feel like my hands are about to fall off
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2021.10.20 09:20 asearchforyou "Quaker Missionaries in Harm's Way" by Global Nonviolent Action Database

Beginning in 1656, members of the newly formed Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) started to arrive in the Massachusetts colony on ships from England, where Quakerism had recently emerged. The Quakers who arrived in Boston's harbor demanded that they be allowed to live in Massachusetts and practice their own religion freely. They were greeted by intense hostility and were often forced to board the next ship out.
The first known Quakers to arrive in Boston and challenge Puritan religious domination were Mary Fisher and Ann Austin. These two women entered Boston's harbor on the Swallow, a ship from Barbados in July of 1656. The Puritans of Boston greeted Fisher and Austin as if they carried the plague and severely brutalized them. The two were strip searched, accused of witchcraft, jailed, deprived of food, and were forced to leave Boston on the Swallow when it next left Boston eight weeks later. Almost immediately after their arrival, Fisher and Austin's belongings were confiscated, and the Puritan executioner burned their trunk full of Quaker pamphlets and other writings. Shortly after they arrived in Boston, eight more Quakers arrived on a ship from England. This group of eight was imprisoned and beaten. While they were in prison, an edict was passed in Boston that any ship's captain who carried Quakers into Boston would be fined heavily. The Puritan establishment forced the captain, who had brought the group of eight Quakers to Boston, to take them back to England, under a bond of £500.
Despite the intense persecution of Quaker newcomers by Massachusetts' Puritans, Quakers continued to come to Boston in increasing numbers and attempted to spread their message by whatever means possible. They came by ship from England and Barbados and by foot from Rhode Island, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Once in Massachusetts, they rose to speak following Puritan sermons and during trials and shouted from jail cell windows. They published pamphlets and held illegal meetings. They refused to pay fines to the Puritan government and refused to work in jail, with the latter often resulting in their jailers depriving them of food.
कुल मिलाकर, १६५६ से १६६१ तक, प्यूरिटन धार्मिक वर्चस्व और उत्पीड़न का विरोध करने के लिए कम से कम चालीस क्वेकर न्यू इंग्लैंड आए। उन पांच वर्षों के दौरान, क्वेकरों का प्यूरिटन उत्पीड़न जारी रहा, जिसमें मार-पीट, जुर्माना, कोड़े, कारावास और अंग-भंग शामिल थे। कई लोगों को कॉलोनी से निकाल दिया गया था, केवल वे जो विश्वास करते थे उसकी गवाही देने के लिए फिर से लौटने के लिए। उनमें से एक, 60 वर्षीय एलिजाबेथ हूटेन, कम से कम पांच बार बोस्टन लौटी। बोस्टन की जेलें क्वेकर्स से भरी हुई थीं, और उन पांच वर्षों के दौरान मैसाचुसेट्स में क्वेकर्स की चार ज्ञात हत्याएं हुईं। जैसा कि स्पष्ट है, प्यूरिटन न्यू इंग्लैंड में क्वेकर एक शांत समूह नहीं थे। प्रांगण, चर्च और जेल की कोठरी की खिड़कियों से उनके भाषणों से, उन्होंने कई समर्थकों और धर्मान्तरित लोगों को आकर्षित किया। स्थानीय लोग अक्सर जेलरों को अन्यथा भूखे कैदियों को खिलाने के लिए पैसे देते थे, और क्वेकर्स की सच बोलने की प्रतिबद्धता ने कई लोगों को छुआ। यह सुझाव देने के लिए सबूत हैं कि प्यूरिटन समुदाय के भीतर क्वेकर्स के प्रति प्यूरिटन घृणा सर्वव्यापी नहीं थी। उदाहरण के लिए, मौत के दर्द पर कॉलोनी से क्वेकर्स को हटाने वाला कानून केवल एक वोट के बहुमत से पारित किया गया था। जॉन नॉर्टन क्वेकर्स के सबसे मुखर आलोचक थे और उन्हें क्वेकर विरोधी पूर्वाग्रहों को फैलाने का श्रेय दिया जाता है। शायद सबसे उल्लेखनीय क्वेकर को क्वेकर होने के लिए मैसाचुसेट्स सरकार द्वारा क्रूर और अंततः मार डाला गया था मैरी डायर। डायर मूल रूप से 1633 में मैसाचुसेट्स आया था और वहां अपने पति के साथ बस गया था। 1652 में, डायर इंग्लैंड लौट आई, जहां उसे क्वेकरवाद से अवगत कराया गया और उसने क्वेकर के आदर्शों को स्वीकार कर लिया। पांच साल बाद, अपने परिवार में फिर से शामिल होने के रास्ते में, जो तब से रोड आइलैंड चले गए थे, वह दो साथी क्वेकर, विलियम रॉबिन्सन और मार्माड्यूक स्टीफेंसन के साथ बोस्टन में उतरीं। तीनों को एक बार क्वेकर होने के कारण जेल में डाल दिया गया और उन्हें कॉलोनी से भगा दिया गया। डायर अपने परिवार के लिए रोड आइलैंड चली गई, लेकिन रॉबिन्सन और स्टीफेंसन वहीं रहे। दो साल बाद, 1659 में, जब रॉबिन्सन और स्टीफेंसन को फिर से जेल में डाल दिया गया, कई अन्य क्वेकर्स के साथ, डायर जेल में उनसे मिलने के लिए बोस्टन लौट आया। उसे प्रवेश पर गिरफ्तार किया गया था और सभी को बिना जमानत के दो महीने तक रखा गया था। उनकी रिहाई पर, उन्हें मौत की सजा के तहत कॉलोनी से भगा दिया गया, लेकिन रॉबिन्सन और स्टीफेंसन ने जाने से इनकार कर दिया।
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2021.10.20 09:20 ThenChoice2 I made a live logger for your projects

I made a live logger for your projects
Hi ! I recently released this project I've been working on. There is already a lot of loggers for Python but not like this one.
Here is the repo: https://github.com/PabloLec/livelog
What is it? Basically it's a file logger and a live reader. It is aimed to be used when you cannot log directly to the console. For example when you're working on a GUI, TUI, a software plugin or just anything spawned by another shell.
It is really easy to implement and use.
How to use it ? In your code just import the Logger object:
from livelog import Logger
Instantiate it:
logger = Logger()
And use it, e.g:
logger.info(f"User selected element: {element}")
logger.error(f"User selection raised the following error:\n{e}")
Then, in your terminal type: python3 -m livelog
The reader is now launched, any log will be displayed in real time. You didn't have to specify any argument.
Cool features
  • You can define a log level for the logger and another one for the reader. This means you can just log anything to your file, leaving the default DEBUG level, and use python3 -m livelog -l warning to read. You'll only see live warnings and errors but debug and info levels will still be logged to your file.
  • The tool is compatible with all major OS: Windows, Linux and macOS. The behavior will be exactly the same on all platforms. (which is not the case with shell commands)
  • There is a built in singleton. Rather than the Logger object, import the LoggerSingleton object. Just define your first instance with arguments (file path, log level, etc.) somewhere in your package and then you will be able to spawn other LoggerSingleton objects which will return your first and unique instance. This avoids the hassle to pass the logger object along your modules or using a global var.
Why not use native logging library? Native logging library does provide file logging. The main advantage here is the simplicity, just smack that `Logger` object into your code and you're good to go, not even one argument needed. Of course you can still provide a custom file, log level, disable/enable, etc.
Why not use tail for reading?
As said earlier, livelog works on all OS and has more handy features (particularly log level filtering) than a bare tail command.
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The motto is simplicity and efficiency. Give it a try if your project might need this kind of logger.
Any comment, issue, feature request or PR would be appreciated !
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2021.10.20 09:20 SodaDustt Are own broadcasters worth it?

I'm playing as AEW and I'm #1 in the US, but I'm not #1 in the world because my growth is stunted in areas like Mexico and Oceania because my coverage there is Tiny. So I wanna make my own broadcaster with Very Small pop on every area since it's not too costly. My questions are, is it worth it? And what's the best setting I can go for? I was thinking Pay-Per-View since it seems like it'd be the one to give me the most profit, but I wanna know what do you guys think.
If it's useful, I have a small child company that only has pop in the US, and I was hoping to see if I could make it more popular so it could be more profitable since so far it's a monetary loss
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2021.10.20 09:20 minderbinder127 Played bulls #btc

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2021.10.20 09:20 XIIXOO McAuliffe abruptly ends tense interview, snarls at reporter: ‘You should have asked better questions’

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2021.10.20 09:20 reasonisaremedy Why do native English speakers have a reputation for not learning another language?

I was watching a video where someone was ranting about how "Americans" (but also other anglophones from other English-speaking countries) don't learn another language. You've all heard the stereotype--the ignorant American tourist who travels to another country and expects everyone to speak English to him.
I have often wondered why it is that so many native English speakers struggle with learning other languages. People mention a few different reasons, like geography, necessity, laziness, faulty school systems, etc, but that isn't the whole picture, so I would like to throw out another idea and I would be curious to hear your thoughts on it.
Some people mention geography--English speakers are predominantly in geographically isolated countries. However, native English speakers are also notorious for still not learning another language even after moving to and living in other countries, often times for several years. So geography can't be the whole picture.
Some have mentioned that English is kind of the lingua franca, the international language right now, so there is less necessity for an English speaker to learn another language. That is a fair point, and most people around the world, especially younger people, are learning English to a reasonable degree. So it is true that English speakers often CAN live in another country for years and get by only on English, I have seen it. But SHOULD they?
Some blame the American school system and the way it teaches language, but that is hardly an excuse for adults who are out of school and still don't learn, and these days we have access to countless resources and the internet, and also formal class options for many languages, so that can't be the whole picture either.
I think another part of the picture is this: English is a relatively grammatically simple language (at least compared to the languages I am familiar with, which are mostly Germanic, Slavic, and Romance language families). I often wonder if that puts us (native English speakers) at somewhat of a disadvantage learning other languages. We simply aren't very familiar with certain grammatical concepts, and we struggle to use them. For example, conjugating verbs differently for all different pronouns, in all different verb tenses, especially while speaking and doing so quickly. Many English speakers struggle to do that on the fly when speaking, say, Spanish or German. And the grammatical simplicity doesn't stop there. In English, we don't have gendered nouns, we mostly have standardized plurals, we don't really have grammatical cases, we mostly don't conjugate verbs differently for all different pronouns, our past tense only requires us to ad 'ed, our future tense just uses the modal verb "will," we don't have declension or inflections on adjectives and nouns, etc. Sure, there are exceptions and irregularities, but that is true in any language too.
Let me distinguish between "simple," and "easy." When I say English is grammatically simple, I do not mean to imply that it is therefore "easy" to learn. All I mean to do is start a dialogue about why so many native English speakers seem to struggle to learn another language to a proficient level, or why it is that the stereotype of the ignorant native English speaker expat/tourist/traveler arose.
A bit about my background and experiences: I am a native US English speaker, and I learned Spanish to fluency as an adult when I lived in Latin America for two years. Most of the time, when I met native English speakers who "spoke" Spanish, it was a pretty busted up version of Spanish with bastardized pronunciation of vowel sounds and that notoriously awful "gringo" accent, which I worked very hard to suppress as best I could. I did meet some native German, Luxembourgish, and French speakers who spoke Spanish very well though (also Portuguese and Italian, but those are much closer to Spanish).
14 months ago I moved to a German speaking country, and I speak High German pretty well and also Swiss German to a conversational degree. However, among native English speakers, it seems I am mostly the exception. Plenty of English speakers have been here for 5, 10, 20 years and still don't speak German to any degree of proficiency. Alternatively, I know some Hungarians, Polish, and Czech people who are pretty proficient in German. I totally understand that sometimes life circumstances don't allow for it, that sometimes people value investing their time in different things than language learning. I totally get that and don't mean to be judgmental. Still, having lived in other countries a few different times, the locals are often a bit offended to see Americans, Australians, English, etc people living in their country for years sometimes and refusing to learn the local language. These are just my observations in my travels, and some things I've thought about. I wonder whether the relative grammatical simplicity of the English language puts native speakers at some disadvantage when it comes to learning some of these other languages. What do you think? Do you think coming from a more complex native language offers an advantage when learning other languages?
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2021.10.20 09:20 SPD2019 Facebook Looking To Rebrand With A Name Change: Reports

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2021.10.20 09:20 --Carsen-- Interested in a career in engineering

I am considering a career in engineering. I am graduating in May of 2022. I'm wondering if I can get some questions answered. Which field of engineering is the most hands-on work( or is it a 60% field/40% office )? Would you recommend going to community college to get an associate's degree then transferring to a university to get a bachelor's? How does an internship work? How do you apply/ get one? Does an internship benefit me in the long run? What would be a good starting salary in different types of engineering fields? If you had the chance to start your career over again, would you? If yes, what would it be, and explain why? Thank you. God bless.
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2021.10.20 09:20 marauder-19 In a fun conversation on the Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz, Dean Muhtadi, aka "Mojo," discusses Beyond Protocol's cutting-edge technology for athletes with Chris Gronkowski, founder of Ice Shaker™.

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