Sun Joe SWD8000 Industrial Motor Wet/Dry Vacuum, 8 Gal, 6.5 Peak HP, 60 CFM $154.50 (lowest)

2022.01.26 17:54 flipzone Sun Joe SWD8000 Industrial Motor Wet/Dry Vacuum, 8 Gal, 6.5 Peak HP, 60 CFM $154.50 (lowest)

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2022.01.26 17:54 Movie_Advance_101 Severus Snape is basically Squidward as a Wizard.

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2022.01.26 17:54 RockSaltLampp How often should I use Krytox on my seals? Is it okay to use it when it is freezing cold outside? How do I know it worked?

I have a VW EOS 2014 and it had a water leak recently so I did the seals. I just do not know if I did everything right. I followed a video instruction though but I am not 100% if I used enough lubricant.
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2022.01.26 17:54 TyranarCombinant The Price of Innovation Often Comes in the Form of Madness.

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2022.01.26 17:54 Rook32KingPawn Why (and how) would you evacuate animals?

I just don’t get. On so many levels. Why would you evacuate animals and people’s pets from a politically unstable or war torn country, and secondly how would you do it on a practical level?
I have this image of marines trying to catch pets and livestock and wild animals and loading them into AC 130s. Seems ridiculous.
Also, there’s the humanitarian aspect to speak of too! I mean, just how and why would you do it??
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2022.01.26 17:54 Luckdvs UFO UAP Encounters Documentary - Nimitz Witnesses

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2022.01.26 17:54 NotC9Elias Lewangolski

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2022.01.26 17:54 immius كيف اعرف ان الجواز دخل السفارة السعودية وتم التأشيرة عليه

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2022.01.26 17:54 flof89 4K va Blu-ray on budget Tv

Since I have a TV that has mediocre HDR performance, I wonder which is better between 4K hdr content converted to SDR by my Apple TV or a classic blu-ray?
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2022.01.26 17:54 DefCatMusic I'm currently brewing standard decks for the next hour on our discord, come join!

Hey all! I'm looking for people to jump in and help brew new standard decks post ban! Join general chat and lets get brewing! https://discord.gg/8XPPwDeW
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2022.01.26 17:54 mitchb22 Gullfoss Falls, Iceland

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2022.01.26 17:54 BiggerB0ss Can I see what region a PSP savefile is?

I'm not sure whether I had the EU or US P3P on my PSP and I'd like to know if I can check which one is compatible with my save file
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2022.01.26 17:54 baki995 IT is true tho

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2022.01.26 17:54 N1K5_ Rally Social Token Creators SuperLayer to Expand RLY Network to Solana

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2022.01.26 17:54 igorekk What makes a good story? My take on A Swim in a Pond in the Rain by George Saunders.

I have found this book by a complete accident on Twitter and it is beautiful. So I wrote a summary that might also help you deciding if this book is worth your time!
Saunders, a professor of creative writing, definitely practices what he preaches and invites us to the backstage. I invite you to think about one of your hobbies. Got it?
Now imagine a world class expert showing you all the little tricks that are hard to see. Imagine a master revealing the tricks of the trade and allowing you to disagree. Imagine a passionate teacher that gives you everything. How does it feel?
These seven short stories and a commentary will improve your understanding of storytelling; not only will you read books, articles, blog posts or watch the movies differently, but you will also start to think about your own writing in a different way.
Revision, precision and years of f*cking hard work. This is what it takes. Ok, let me calm down. What else do we need?
1. Good story = escalation + pattern + causality My interpretation in a nutshell: A good story has well developed patterns, an intelligent causality and is always escalating.
If you’d set out to visualise this, you take Freytag’s pyramid as a base, ok, and then you show everyone you are no good in drawing by adding patterns and causality.
"Always be escalating." Besides reading Russian classics we also learned about escalation in primary school in Slovenia. Nothing new, is it? We all know it from page turners like Da Vinci Code and all the Netflix binge material.

That's all a story is, really: a continual system of escalation. A swath of prose earns its place in the story to the extent that it contributes to our sense that the story is (still) escalating.
The difference is in what way the escalation hits us; on the surface, or does it move us deeply? Similar to, hmm, wine: one hits different to another.
"Every story is a pattern story." A story is a conversation between the writer and the reader. Should the writer annoy the reader, well, she will stop reading.
Good stories establish a pattern and "we expect it to recur. When it does recur, slightly altered, we take pleasure in this and infer meaning from the alteration."
Remember the last time you expected something to happen, and it in fact happened, but was slightly different than expected? I bet you felt good! In that movie, remember, you anticipated XYZ, so smart of you, it happened, but differently. Maybe you said ‘wow,’ touched his hand, gasped loudly or even cried? You kept it for yourself, because you are more of an introvert? Also fine! Bottom line: it made you feel.
Good, we now have patterns and escalation, and to win a Booker Prize (or at least your reader’s heart) you will need something amazing: causality.
Causality is what makes a masterpiece You enter a room full of dominos, set in a long line. You push the first one, they collapse one after another, smooth as f.
“Beautiful as long as it lasted!”
You look ahead. There is another door; dominos again. (What will happen in this room? I know you know!) You push the first one and soon after the chain stops. Again and again.
“There must have been a retard at work here,” you think before you see another door… ok, enough.
Obviously "the problem is not in making things happen but in making one thing seem to cause the next." This is harder than dominos and requires a lot of hard work and probably talent?
Causality is to the writer what melody is to the songwriter: a superpower that the audience feels as the crux of the matter; the thing the audience actually shows up for; the hardest thing to do; that which distinguishes the competent practitioner from the extraordinary one.
2. A good story is a black box with perfect interior and an Answer A story puts you in a big black box with a door. You will leave a good one changed, because what happens in there is “thrilling and non-trivial.” Everything in this box, each object, everything you take in your hands makes sense and is there for a reason. Every time you enter you discover and see things anew.
If I paraphrase Cornfeld (ibid.); in a good movie you will notice that every scene does two things:
  1. it is entertaining in its own way and
  2. it advances the story in a non-trivial way.
Writer is like an architect and interior designer; he/she first sets the structure, and then designs the interior. For “The Darling” Chekhov defines the black box:
Once upon a time there was a woman who became whatever she loved.
He then looks inside and becomes an interior designer:
Really? How about we test that supposition? Hmm. How to do that? Oh, I know: kill off her first love and present her with a second.
Reader will ask a question (what will happen with her second love?) and the story will answer. The structure (elements in the black box) will be specific and meaningful. Some stories will be revised a thousand times or the master will make it happen immediately, but only because he built hundreds of black boxes in decades (“Aljosha the pot” by Tolstoy).
3. Accept your voice and make it louder and louder Saunders explains how he aspired to write like Hemingway, but after some time accepted that at most, he can only become a hemingwayish side-kick. He accepted he is George and hoped for the best:
This is a big moment for any artist (this moment of combined triumph and disappointment), when we have to decide whether to accept a work of art that we have to admit we weren't in control of as we made it and of which we're not entirely sure we approve. It is less, less than we wanted it to be, and yet it's more, too–it's small and a bit pathetic, judged against the work of the great masters, but there it is, all ours.
Let’s have a look. Say you need to rewrite this opening to a story:
The sun fell into Ann's window with a force that, lying in bed, she keenly felt on her wrist as she went to answer the phone. It was so early. Who could be calling so early? Outside there was a truck or bus going by.
How would you open? Saunders goes:
Jesus. Who could be calling so early?
This is his voice and I find it beautiful. Short and it makes me want to see the next sentence. But, please, it is not the right way, it is the right way for Saunders’ voice. Finding your voice is hard. You need to listen carefully and encourage it to grow louder and louder.
My personal experience / How did it change me? This was a powerful; I already re-read a couple of the stories. I am not gonna lie, I did not like all of them first time. What helped me appreciate them more was when Saunders took me backstage, “Look there, do you see? This is why and this is how.” Sound structure and beautiful design.
As instructed I went and compared two stories from Tolstoy to see what 39 years of working on your craft does. And, my God, it does.
For my own writing:
Closing remarks My favourite book of 2021, a strong 5/5. A delightful, but also a humbling experience; it makes you appreciate how hard is it to build a good black box. And these guys had no computers! I learned a lot; mostly as a reader, but also as a blogger, writer of emails and a curious human.
Saunders teaches us a lot; I am grateful that I randomly found this book and got the chance to better understand the art of a good story. I hope I will be able to tell a good one.
Has anyone else read it?
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2022.01.26 17:54 aly-gaytor Would it be wrong to self diagnose yourself with autism without pursuing a diagnosis?

I have been questioning that I was autistic for around 6 years and I am now 22 and I am AFAB. I actually was tested at the request of my psychiatrist at 17, but the testing site was unprofessional and my father was involved with testing and was talked to alone so I believe that information could have been skewed. They said I didn't test high enough on the autism spectrum and most traits I identified with were because of my anxiety. They also believed I had antisocial personality disorder, but they didn't diagnose me because I wasn't 18. I do not believe that I have ASPD.
I have identified with a lot of traits and I have done a lot of research, especially in the past few months. I have taken the RAADS-R test online and I have scored a 181. I have brought it up with my current therapist and she believes it to be possible. I also recently joined a neurodivergent support/therapy group at my college and found that I really identified with others who were autistic.
I was actually wanting to try to get tested again and I was just trying to figure out where and how to afford it, considering I am a college student with no insurance. While doing research and hearing other people talk about autism, I found out that it can be difficult to adopt or foster if you have an autism diagnosis. I am in a long-term relationship with an AFAB person and neither of us want to have a baby through pregnancy. Even if our relationship ends, I do not want to be with someone who wants to have a baby through pregnancy because I do not want to parent a baby and also I would prefer to foster or adopt. I have also been diagnosed with mental illnesses, which also make it more difficult to adopt (I don't plan on fostering or adopting until I am considerably older and have my illnesses properly managed). These two factors along with an autism diagnosis are going to create a lot of barriers to fostering or adoption. Not to mention, I also currently live in a more conservative/republican area of the U.S. It is not that I don't want a diagnosis, but I want to be able to have the opportunity to adopt or foster.
Thank you for taking the time to read this very long post. I would appreciate answers on whether it would be wrong of me to self diagnosis and if you can give me any information about fostering or adopting while autistic or fostering or adopting in general, it would be much appreciated.
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2022.01.26 17:54 MEKYAS23 This rainbow 🌈 acrylic art I did on a skate deck

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2022.01.26 17:54 Ok-Criticism-8867 Corolla hybrid

Hey guys. I been driving for Uber for a long time. But with a van and where I live it’s tough with gas prices.
I just bought a 2021 Corolla hybrid 50+ mpg.
Anyone have experience with these cars on Uber? Is it comfortable for riders? Unfortunately it’s cloth
What you guys think?
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2022.01.26 17:54 Educational-Fox6582 What is there to do in Birmingham for a young adult?

Hi guys! So I’ve lived in or near Birmingham pretty much for the past 15 years. I’m 25(f) now about to graduate with a computer science degree. I feel like I’ve been to most bars in lake view, ate at most places in downtown and 280, even the bumble candidates are the same old. I’m really contemplating relocating somewhere else for a job but all of my friends and family are here.
I’ll admit I don’t have that many hobbies besides eating out with friends and bar hopping. What else is there to do in Birmingham? Should I just move?
If I do decide to stay in Birmingham, I’ll want to move to the downtown area in may.
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2022.01.26 17:54 skank_hunt424 Margot Robbie

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2022.01.26 17:54 DrDumplingMASTER Relapsed after a 1 week streak

I feel so tired and empty. As much as I hate what I did, I must keep moving forward and continue to make progress!
To anyone who've just relapsed...
We'll fucking do this together!
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2022.01.26 17:54 fighton09 Lee Jae-myung calls to end mudslinging in presidential race

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2022.01.26 17:54 ShazzaL1 Meet Mr Dumpling. Mr Dumpling is a very shy Syrian and has recently been hiding and not wanting to interact at all. Does anyone have any advice on how to support him with his new anti-social endeavours?

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