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2022.01.19 23:38 114index mods like to ban people to feel like they have power

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2022.01.19 23:38 ForLENIN So these reich-wing idiot's are back I've been stripping these off poles in civic all arvo if you see them take them down please you will have earned a covid-safe high five from me.

So these reich-wing idiot's are back I've been stripping these off poles in civic all arvo if you see them take them down please you will have earned a covid-safe high five from me. submitted by ForLENIN to canberra [link] [comments]


2022.01.19 23:38 Toby63912 The new Dialga in a nutshell

He needs the heimlich maneuver!
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2022.01.19 23:38 Wylie_Williams_ EDGAR AWARDS NOMINEES 2022 with some links to goodreads. Thoughts?

BEST NOVEL
The Venice Sketchbook by Rhys Bowen (Amazon Publishing – Lake Union) Razorblade Tears by S.A. Cosby (Macmillan Publishers – Flatiron Books) Five Decembers by James Kestrel (Hard Case Crime) How Lucky by Will Leitch (HarperCollins – Harper) No One Will Miss Her by Kat Rosenfield (HarperCollins – William Morrow)
BEST FIRST NOVEL BY AN AMERICAN AUTHOR
Deer Season by Erin Flanagan (University of Nebraska Press) Never Saw Me Coming by Vera Kurian (Harlequin Trade Publishing – Park Row) Suburban Dicks by Fabian Nicieza (Penguin Random House – G.P. Putnam’s Sons) What Comes After by JoAnne Tompkins (Penguin Random House – Riverhead Books) The Damage by Caitlin Wahrer (Penguin Random House – Viking Books/Pamela Dorman Books)
BEST PAPERBACK ORIGINAL
Kill All Your Darlings by David Bell (Penguin Random House – Berkley) The Lighthouse Witches by C.J. Cooke (Penguin Random House – Berkley) The Album of Dr. Moreau by Daryl Gregory (Tom Doherty Associates – Tordotcom) Starr Sign by C.S. O’Cinneide (Dundurn Press) Bobby March Will Live Forever by Alan Parks (Europa Editions – World Noir) The Shape of Darkness by Laura Purcell (Penguin Random House – Penguin Books)
BEST FACT CRIME
The Confidence Men: How Two Prisoners of War Engineered the Most Remarkable Escape in History by Margalit Fox (Random House Publishing Group – Random House) Last Call: A True Story of Love, Lust, and Murder in Queer New York by Elon Green (Celadon Books) Sleeper Agent: The Atomic Spy in America Who Got Away by Ann Hagedorn (Simon & Schuster) Two Truths and a Lie: A Murder, a Private Investigator, and Her Search for Justice by Ellen McGarrahan (Penguin Random House – Random House) The Dope: The Real History of the Mexican Drug Trade by Benjamin T. Smith (W.W. Norton & Company) When Evil Lived in Laurel: The “White Knights” and the Murder of Vernon Dahmer by Curtis Wilkie (W.W. Norton & Company
BEST CRITICAL/BIOGRAPHICAL
Agatha Christie’s Poirot: The Greatest Detective in the World by Mark Aldridge (HarperCollins Publishers – Harper360) The Unquiet Englishman: A Life of Graham Greene by Richard Greene (W.W. Norton & Company) Tony Hillerman: A Life by James McGrath Morris (University of Oklahoma Press) The Reason for the Darkness of the Night: Edgar Allan Poe and the Forging of American Science by John Tresch (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) The Twelve Lives of Alfred Hitchcock: An Anatomy of the Master of Suspense by Edward White (W.W. Norton & Company)
BEST SHORT STORY
“Blindsided,” Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine by Michael Bracken & James A. Hearn (Dell Magazines) “The Vermeer Conspiracy,” Midnight Hour by V.M. Burns (Crooked Lane Books) “Lucky Thirteen,” Midnight Hour by Tracy Clark (Crooked Lane Books) “The Road to Hana,” Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine by R.T. Lawton (Dell Magazines) “The Locked Room Library,” Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine by Gigi Pandian (Dell Magazines) “The Dark Oblivion,” Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine by Cornell Woolrich (Dell Magazines)
BEST JUVENILE
Cold-Blooded Myrtle by Elizabeth C. Bunce (Workman Publishing – Algonquin Young Readers) Concealed by Christina Diaz Gonzalez (Scholastic – Scholastic Press) Aggie Morton Mystery Queen: The Dead Man in the Garden by Marthe Jocelyn (Penguin Random House Canada – Tundra Books) Kidnap on the California Comet: Adventures on Trains #2 by M.G. Leonard & Sam Sedgman (Macmillan Children’s Publishing – Feiwel & Friends) Rescue by Jennifer A. Nielsen (Scholastic – Scholastic Press)
BEST YOUNG ADULT
Ace of Spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé (Macmillan Children’s Publishing – Feiwel & Friends) Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley (Macmillan Children’s Publishing – Henry Holt and Company BFYR) When You Look Like Us by Pamela N. Harris (HarperCollins – Quill Tree Books) The Forest of Stolen Girls by June Hur (Macmillan Children’s Books – Feiwel & Friends) The Girls I’ve Been by Tess Sharpe (Penguin Young Readers – G.P. Putnam’s Sons BFYR)
BEST TELEVISION EPISODE TELEPLAY
“Dog Day Morning” – The Brokenwood Mysteries, Written by Tim Balme (Acorn TV) “Episode 1” – The Beast Must Die, Written by Gaby Chiappe (AMC+) “We Men Are Wretched Things” – The North Water Written by Andrew Haigh (AMC+) “Happy Families” – Midsomer Murders, Written by Nicholas Hicks-Beach (Acorn TV) “Boots on the Ground” – Narcos: Mexico, Written by Iturri Sosa (Netflix)
ROBERT L. FISH MEMORIAL AWARD “Analogue,” Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine by Rob Osler (Dell Magazines)
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THE SIMON & SCHUSTER MARY HIGGINS CLARK AWARD
The Secret Life of Miss Mary Bennet by Katherine Cowley (Tule Publishing – Tule Mystery) Ruby Red Herring by Tracy Gardner (Crooked Lane Books) Clark and Division by Naomi Hirahara (Soho Press – Soho Crime) The Sign of Death by Callie Hutton (Crooked Lane Books) Chapter and Curse by Elizabeth Penney (St. Martin’s Paperbacks)
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THE G.P. PUTNAM’S SONS SUE GRAFTON MEMORIAL AWARD
Double Take by Elizabeth Breck (Crooked Lane Books) Runner by Tracy Clark (Kensington Books) Shadow Hill by Thomas Kies (Sourcebooks – Poisoned Pen Press) Sleep Well, My Lady by Kwei Quartey (Soho Press – Soho Crime) Family Business by S.J. Rozan (Pegasus Books – Pegasus Crime)
* * * * * *
SPECIAL AWARDS
GRAND MASTER
Laurie R. King
RAVEN AWARD
Lesa Holstine – Lesa’s Book Critiques; Library Journal Reviewer
ELLERY QUEEN AWARD
Juliet Grames – Soho Press – Soho Crime
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2022.01.19 23:38 JDMzx Dont really like the look of braces, thinking of SBRing my Draco and putting a wire folder on it. Is it worth it tho? What’s the whole process like?

Dont really like the look of braces, thinking of SBRing my Draco and putting a wire folder on it. Is it worth it tho? What’s the whole process like? submitted by JDMzx to ak47 [link] [comments]


2022.01.19 23:38 firespittingAC question about buying xenoblade 2 torna used regarding the dlc

If I'm not mistaken, torna the golden country dlc comes as a verification code with the base game separately and not all together in the same cartridge. If this is the case does that mean that if I buy it used does that mean I wont get the dlc along with the cartridge because its already been downloaded in the previous owners switch or is it downloaded in the cartidge itself.
Buying a brand new unopened copy is really expensive so I was hoping to buy an already played copy. Thanks for the replies
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2022.01.19 23:38 Lettuce_Particular Beautiful Grey Red Yellow fighter w/ single beam engine in Euclid system

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2022.01.19 23:38 crasyostrich The isle of Staffa, Scotland. [2184x2730] [OC]

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2022.01.19 23:38 idkletsplay_bot I made an awesome new link post

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2022.01.19 23:38 DOOMD Took a LONG BREAK: question about Time Lock from Void; also, that long break AFTER reset seems to have impacted my MMR

Hello everyone!
I used to be a decent postelurker on here, contributing where I could with answers about my best heroes (namely, Storm Spirit). However, I took a 2 year break from playing Dota and just recently returned to playing ranked (lucky me I'm on a 7 game win streak! Gotta keep it up!). For reference: if anyone resets their MMR BEFORE TAKING A BREAK? It seems to impact your MMR in a way, because I went from Ancient 3 to Archon 5 despite winning more than half of my calibration games. Apparently, I played 2 before I left, because I had 8 remaining, and went 6-2 on them. So, just wanted to chime in there about how taking a long break AFTER resetting your MMR DOES SEEM TO IMPACT IT IN A WAY.

ANYWAY, just wanted to give a bit of a background about how I used to play a lot but took a long break.
Now, returning from that break, I have a question that I THOUGHT I used to know the answer to, but I cannot find if this is true or not either on the wikia or on any in game tooltips. So, the question is: does the DAMAGE from Faceless Voids Time Lock pierce spell immunity?
I know absolutely positively that the STUN FROM TIMELOCK pierces spell immunity: I have no hesitation in stating that with absolute certainty. However, I'm not quite as sure anymore if they changed his time lock so that the DAMAGE either does, or does not, pierce spell immunity.
I recently played a game vs a void (as storm spirit, what a shocker playing my most played hero, I know :P ), and it SEEMED LIKE the time lock damage was BLOCKED BY SPELL IMMUNITY. After all, it IS magical damage, not physical, that makes sense to me. But NEITHER ANY OF THE TOOL TIPS, NOR ANY INFORMATION ON THE DOTA 2 WIKIA TELLS ME THAT IT IS BLOCKED BY SPELL IMMUNITY. Every single source of information seems to imply that timelock COMPLETELY PIERCES SPELL IMMUNITY. Again though, I was just watching the REPLAY to see if I was right or not, and it seems like the magical damage from time lock IS BLOCKED BY BKB. As I said though: every single tool tip in game says that it COMPLETELY PIERCES SPELL IMMUNITY; the information on the dota2.fandom.com website also says that it completely pierces spell immunity, and so I just want to clarify this if anyone happens to know FOR A FACT one way or the other.

So, again, just to reiterate: when I left, the BASH from time lock DID pierce spell immunity, and it still seems to do so. Also, when I left, the DAMAGE FROM TIME LOCK WAS BLOCKED BY SPELL IMMUNITY, and, after watching the replay, it DOES SEEM LIKE THE DAMAGE IS BLOCKED BY SPELL IMMUNITY (in my case, via BKB). But, again, all of the tool tips seem to indicate that it is NOT BLOCKED BY SPELL IMMUNITY. Here's a screenshot from the game where I was bkb'd during chrono during a time lock:

BKB during a time lock proc

I did the calculation, and it took approximately 65.3 damage from void (this is after my armor and other reductions), which is equal to ONLY HIS PHYSICAL DAMAGE, NOT HIS TIME LOCK! With timelock, I should have taken an extra 30*.75 damage (30 from the time lock minus the 25% base magic resistance), if it was NOT blocked by magic immunity. However, as I've shown, I did the math and I was ONLY MISSING the 65.3 physical damage damage, which, again, was Voids damage of 189 minus the reduction from my armor: 66% reduction, so 189*.34=64.3 damage.
So, once again: based off of all of my calculations in game, it appears that the DAMAGE from time lock IS in fact blocked by magic immunity. Again though, based off of EVERY TOOL TIP AND EVERY SOURCE OF INFORMATION, it states that Time Lock COMPLETELY pierces magic immunity. The math I did though tells me that it IS BLOCKED by magic immunity, but I just wanted to make assurance double sure (as they say), so that I know in the future whether or not this is the case, as that can be the difference between getting killed in chrono or not.
Anyway, sorry for the lengthy post, I just wanted to show the math that I did, discuss the sources I was using to tell me whether or not it IS blocked, and show that from my calculations, it IS blocked (again, NOT the actual stun, just the damage).
Thanks to anyone who can confirm or deny this. Ironically, Void is my 2nd/3rd most played hero right behind Storm (I think it's Storm, Ursa, Void, in that order), so you'd THINK I'd know the answer 100%, but again, after taking 2+ year break, I'm not sure what changes might have been made during that time frame, and so I just wanted to look into this and ask anyone who might know with absolute certainty.
Thanks everyone! Good to be back after such a long break!
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2022.01.19 23:38 Massive_Mo-456 Dream and george screaming but its perfectly cut

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2022.01.19 23:38 draxz1289 What are some cheap thrills in the city?

For me is taking the ferry to the islands
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2022.01.19 23:38 Mutt_Magician Professor Firenze is severely underappreciated.

He is capable of wandless magic. He actually teaches proper divination. He fought in the Battle of Hogwarts. Quite frankly I wish he was mentioned more.
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2022.01.19 23:38 X-Tracer Drip check

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2022.01.19 23:38 thissithhitshisshit RUINED HOME

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2022.01.19 23:38 my-co-lo-geeeee I miss being angry

I remember a time when I was angered by the inequality of having to work a job for the simple privilege of being alive in a world where some individuals have more wealth than small nations.
I remember being angry at corporate misconduct and greed.
I remember being angry at the way we, the most "intelligent" species on the planet had made such a mess of things.
That anger fuelled me, it made me hopeful of economic revolution or at the very least reform. It got me interested in theories like UBI.
But I'm not angry anymore.
I'm just tired.
So damn tired.
And I'd just like to sleep please.
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2022.01.19 23:38 JaneIre If we’re choosing Katina doppelgängers… here’s Natalia Bryant!

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2022.01.19 23:38 Bigsexyhemi 69 Charger 62 Corvette

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2022.01.19 23:38 ComprehensiveOrder23 Just relapsed after 8 days I’m sorry guys

I was going do strong and today was just so bad I’m sorry guys
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2022.01.19 23:38 kikikza ELIC: How is Santa dealing with the north pole melting?

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2022.01.19 23:38 guilded-iron We strike for working women !

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2022.01.19 23:38 iisspecialboi Here’s some images of the rod above the grip from the last post of mine

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2022.01.19 23:38 No-Marsupial-4153 Materials Management with SAP S4HANA by Jawad Akhtar , Martin Murray

Materials Management with SAP S4HANA by Jawad Akhtar , Martin Murray submitted by No-Marsupial-4153 to textbook_TB_SM [link] [comments]


2022.01.19 23:38 Masdamind MasDaMind- We Don’t Talk About Mashups (Jimi Hendrix VS Nickelback Vs Eurythmics VS Bruno Mars VS Britney Spears VS Maroon 5 Vs Encanto)

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2022.01.19 23:38 JDGreen527 R/legal banned

I don’t understand why I was banned. I had 8 positive comments 20 votes with an award for seein all. Please check this out.
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