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2022.01.24 13:36 BroMandi Samsung 55" QN90A Neo QLED 4K UHD TV @ Amazon $1297 [Deal Price: $1,297.00]

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2022.01.24 13:36 WeirdAd5850 Hey I’m look for a subreddit that’s can help me fixed my messed up ps4 any pop to mind?

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2022.01.24 13:36 NoBrainSkull Multiple instances of a supervised tree ?

I'm working on a feature to allow customers to import data through csv files. A csv file is handled by a "Job" which is a supervised tree of some processes.
Those processes communicate with each others easily since I start-link them with their module name as the :name option.
I'm now looking at achieving multiple imports running at the same time, aka having multiple instance of this supervised tree. DynamicSupervisor to spawn a new import works well but the registration by module name for processes communication is no more an option and I have to find some other way.
I looked at the Registry module but I can't get my head around how the processes, deep inside the supervision tree, would know about the Registry pid so that they could look up a destination for their messages.

How would you normally achieve such a thing ?
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2022.01.24 13:36 glockguy11201988 My ACTUAL EDC, that ACTUALLY gets carried everyday!

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2022.01.24 13:36 SageSalmon Giraffe did not like Mario...

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2022.01.24 13:36 Dramatic-Comb-5705 Hello every one! I am writing a master thesis about product placement in video games and I need your help! Here you find a short anonymous questionnaire which will help me to know you opinion about the topic! Thanks a lot ❤️

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2022.01.24 13:36 CitrineGhost This recipe site's algorithm might be reaching

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2022.01.24 13:36 Vendicatore2702 Jim Clark was one of the best drivers

what is your favorite driver?
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2022.01.24 13:36 raaner12 Robinhood To Roll Out Crypto Wallets To 1,000 Users In Phase One

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2022.01.24 13:36 BFL-Recruitment [A3][Recruiting][UK/EU] British Foreign Legion [BFL] - UK - Relaxed MilSim

[A3][Recruiting][UK/EU] British Foreign Legion [BFL] - UK - Relaxed MilSim Welcome to the British Foreign Legion, we are a multinational group with members from around the world, including: The UK, The US, Germany, Switzerland, Latvia and more. We combine the idea of the French Foreign Legion with the British Army's Doctrine and equipment, forming part of The Army Special Operations Brigade in support to UK operations around the world. With our most senior members being in the Arma community for over 10 years, we have a wealth of experience in realistic, but relaxed mil-sim operations.
We have a variety of Roles currently available:
  • Rifleman
  • Marksman
  • GPMG Gunner
  • Combat Medic
  • Anti-Tank Specialist
  • JTAC
  • Rotary Pilot (Only 1 slot remaining)
Upon joining, you will become an Applicant. Promotion to Recruit [Rec] will come upon completion of our Basic Training Course which includes our Standard Operating Procedure as well as familiarity with all the weapon systems we employ. Promotion to Legionnaire [Lgn] will come with a recommendation from your Section Leader; this can be insured with good attendance and competency. Further promotions into leadership roles will be given to those that show a dedication to the unit plus a willingness to lead.
We only have a few requirements:
  • You must be 16+ years old (exceptions can be made on a case by case basis).
  • Be available and willing to attend Operations and Exercises.
  • Own a Valid Copy of Arma 3.
  • A working Microphone.
Please feel free to join our Discord and one of our Senior Members will contact you.
Discord: https://discord.gg/b79UC2B6n3




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2022.01.24 13:36 Independent_Ad_3994 Yesterdays haul

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2022.01.24 13:36 Taurowl Looking for insight on an experience i keep having.

I have been having these weird experience all my life, but lately they have been amping to levels i’ve never experienced and i’m at a lost when it comes to explaining this.
So somtimes i just get “transported” somewhere else for a split second, and i get this total vibe of this other environment. Sometimes it’s inside someone’s house, sometimes it’s a world that isn’t on earth, sometimes it’s big cities on earth. I’ve been clueless about what this is. This happen randomly and i can’t seem to control it. If i try to go into the vibe, i lose it.
Latey i’ve watched a video on singapore. This videos kept triggering this in me. Like i kept being transported into that city and i’ve come to realise there’s this asian teen that is somehow connected to me. I get glimpse of his life and the vibe around.
That dude is in love with a girl and they seem to be best friend. I can’t physically see them but i feel the vibe of this man, and he’s in love with her
Idk what this is and tbh it’s overwhelming me because it keeps happening
Can someone help me or guide me through this? I feel called and inspired to develop this and to stop running away from it.
Thank you!
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2022.01.24 13:36 JulianRob38 EarAirPodPods

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2022.01.24 13:36 Physical_Coconut3321 Kkvsh Show pink pussy

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2022.01.24 13:36 cguzzo Egg Fidget Toy Design

Egg Fidget Toy Design I have been having a nightmare trying to get this to work in cad. I have 2 Egg Designs, and I have been trying to design something so that the eggs can freely spin.
Design One.
Design 2

Design 2
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2022.01.24 13:36 2775madthegreat can the amount of content sve be reduced

I play sve on android(latest version available on android) and the game takes a long time to load map locations( sometimes it never loads). I would be very happy if could reduce some content of sve (like removing crimson badlands or other optional content).
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2022.01.24 13:36 3amRegret GPU hitting max load

I’ve recent come across an issue where my PC will be streaming, tabs open, etc, no problem. The second I launch just about any game it sky rockets to 99% - but then will fall to a much lower load, say only 11%.
I have a 2080 TI and these games are not anything intense at all. Any solutions?
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2022.01.24 13:36 Fall_Of_Autumn My Two Mains (I wish we could have multiple presets.)

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2022.01.24 13:36 what-even-am-i- Does anyone else’s hair LIKE being weighed down/dirty?

I have medium-density, very fine, possibly low-porosity (my stylist and I disagree) hair, and everywhere I’ve read says folks like me shouldn’t co-wash or use heavy butters, creams, gels, and it all really made sense to me. Light/fine hair = easily weighed down. But since this is a relatively low stakes game, I’ve been experimenting.
It’s incredibly dry where I live (our dew points generally don’t even show up on the charts that curly websites have!) and with my usual routine, my hair gets staticky and frizzy like you would not believe. So lately, when I shower, I just massage my scalp under the water very thoroughly, squeeze out the lengths a few times, and style as usual. I’ve been doing this for a week.
Guys. My hair is so shiny and soft and clumped and I can run my fingers through it without losing definition or creating frizz. I’m so happy. The only upshot is that I lose some volume, but we all know the ways to boost that should we be so inclined.
What are some of the things you do that everything you read says should spell disaster for your hair type/texture?
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2022.01.24 13:36 zmanp Car Meetup/Cars and Coffee

Anyone interested in doing a car meet up?
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2022.01.24 13:36 TranscendingMe What is

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2022.01.24 13:36 dekabreak1000 Would you like to see them reboot the og anime like they did with digimon using new and updated cards

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2022.01.24 13:36 FATCOWethan Could I have some feedback on this research paper. Still have a paragraph and conclusion but just want to see how I'm doing, it needs some fresh eyes. Thanks.

The Effects of Modernization on Quality of Life
In this modern age, America and Western countries regularly have the limelight due to their immense power, enormous economies and unmatched military. However, it is vital to shed light on the rising leaders of this world: India and China. Through modernization, both countries have grown exponentially, and as they march forward on their conquest, they have become new global powers. Despite disparities in development, the transition to modernity increased the overall quality of life in India and China due to its positive socio-economic impacts, all in all leading them to become global superpowers.
Before understanding how the socio-economic impacts of modernity increased the quality of life, it is essential to understand not only what the quality of life means, but also why it is especially important to the rising superpowers China and India. Though quality of life is an abstract thought, there is still a “one size fits all” definition: the degree to which an individual is healthy, comfortable, and able to participate in or enjoy life events. (Jenkinson). In the socio-economic lens, quality of life indicators can come in many different forms. Indicators in the social lens may be healthcare, basic rights, policies, education and life expectancy while ones in the economic lens may range from the GDP, wages, unemployment rates, wealth disparity and taxes. Based on whether the indicators are positive or not, the degree to which quality of life is experienced can also be measured. In both China and India, the overall quality of life has rocketed up, which begs the question of how and why it matters. By being improved along both journeys into superpowers, it had an enormous impact on their advancements. If the quality of life went down while they developed, both countries would have been exposed to conflict, chaos, and most likely death. When transitioning through modernity, it is vital to have a positive correlation with quality of life, due to maintaining that relationship, China and India were able to advance at astonishing rates.
Due to modernization, India and China are bathing in the fruit of their labours, however every success has its beginning. In hopes of developing their economies and skyrocketing their global status, both countries began their transformation around the 19th-20th century. However, life before and at the beginning of modernization was tremendously abysmal for the pair of countries. In China, Nationalism started to crack, allowing warlords to seize power over different regions and in 1921, it sparked the start of the future government, the Chinese Communist Party (Brooman 8). As communism moved in, the sudden growth and upheaval in policies caused suffering and death in the lives of many. Contrastingly, in 1947 India, after ruling for two centuries, the British abruptly moved out and partitioned the country with no care about the repercussions (Indian Independence and the Question of Partition). Though this sparked the beginning of modernization, families were separated, war was imminent, a great deal of people were killed for religion. Even before Britain withdrew, they not only taxed Indians near-impossible amounts but also killed countless, justifying the enslavery by stating that they had “The White Man’s Burden” of carrying India to civilization (Gillam). While in China, authority moved in, in India authority moved out, however the overall quality of life was still the same for both, it was dangerously low.
When China transitioned into modernity, it impacted the community socially, both positively and negatively. The positives, as time went on, had more of an effect on China and ultimately it raised the overall quality of life in China. An impact of modernization is the change in life expectancy. While in 2009, the life expectancy was 75 years, after a decade, in 2019 the life expectancy is 76.9 (World Bank). A difference of 1.9 years may not seem like much, but it is quite the feat for a country that was struggling just a century back, and this trend was probably similar all throughout China’s modernization. Since the life expectancy in China went up as it modernized, it inadvertently shows that through modernization, living conditions, health and comfort have all been improved, showing how quality of life was raised. Along with life expectancy, the education system was also heavily refined and prioritized, showing when China instated the nine-year compulsory education in the 1950s (Wikipedia contributors). China took on their old education system, “which restored the pre-1966 emphasis on competitive examinations and the development of special schools for the most promising students.” (“China”) China did this to ensure that in the future, the bright students that they perfected would lead China to greater heights. However, by being unbalanced and only giving excellent education to a handful of students, it blocked many job opportunities for the others. Being detrimental to the quality of life for that majority since their economic prospects go down as job opportunities become limited. Nevertheless, modernization also impacted education in other ways, which made up for the detrimental effects of the instated education system. One of the most important factors of not only education but also quality of life is the literacy rate, and “Overall, the CIA estimated that China had a literacy rate of 96.4% in 2015.” (“China”) Literacy is vital to quality of life, enriching people’s lives and allowing them to indulge in experiences only available to the literate are just some of the reasons why it is so important. The more literate people there are, the higher the overall quality of life will become. Even without the data of literacy rate before China’s transition into modernity, this statistic is enough. Especially since China is the country with the largest population in the world (Population by Country), and had too many citizens that a one child policy had to also be enforced. Regardless of whether China kept, increased, or even decreased the literacy rate throughout modernization, the overall quality of life improved due to the immense rate for a country that holds 147 inhabitants per square kilometer (Textor). Compared to before, China’s quality of life has spiked up socially thanks to their decision to modernize.
Like China, modernization also socially impacted many things in India that raised the quality of life. One of them being the life expectancy, which in 2009 was 66.24 but after a decade, sprung up to 69.66 (World Bank). Since life expectancy is a prime indicator of overall welfare and quality of life, in order to gain a three year life expectancy difference in just a decade, it can be inferred that India had massively improved the overall welfare, health and happiness of citizens. Contrastingly, looking at China’s life expectancy in 2009 and 2019, they have almost ten years more life expectancy compared to India. However, that does not mean that China improved their overall quality of life more. In fact, while India had a 3.4 year difference in a decade, China only had a 1.9 year difference. Proving that India’s modernization was more effective and beneficial in improving the life expectancy and more specifically, the factors that affect it such as overall health and welfare for their citizens. Life expectancy was not the only factor that was affected though, another aspect that was increased was the education. “In 1986, the National Policy on Education (NPE) was adopted in order to bring about major reforms in the system, primarily the universalization of primary education” (“India”). The reforms and modernization NPE implemented included expecting private schools to reserve at least 25 percent of their enrollment for low income families and in 2013, enrolling 89.5 percent of children into primary school (“India”). These changes exhibit India’s intentions on giving educational opportunities to everyone equally, no matter their status. By not only giving the majority of the country education, but also providing the unprivileged with opportunities usually only available to the wealthy, it allowed most children to decide their own future without being restricted by educational constraints. Further demonstrated when, on April 1st 2010, The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education bill, which provided free and compulsory education to all children until completion of elementary school, came into effect (Right to Education). The educational reforms increased the quality of education for the students, which in turn increased the quality of life because of less wealth barriers and easier access to education. In the big picture, the NPE’s reforms were structured in order to allow the general population access to quality education and provide equal opportunities to any child who wanted it. Contrastingly, China’s changes were made for the exact opposite reason. While still providing education to the majority of children China, on the other hand, gave the most promising students superior education, leaving the opportunities for different students in disparity. Both methods are helpful in their separate ways, with one emphasizing equality and the other emphasizing fine selection. However, in terms of education, India’s transition to modernity improved the quality of life much more due to them focusing on educating the majority instead of the minority when reforming. Though India’s and China’s modernization had different fortes on its social effect on quality of life, the modernizations are akin to each other and immensely enhanced the quality of life in their respective countries.
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2022.01.24 13:36 playtft It was exactly like that except that there weren’t any crocodiles and nobody drowned.

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