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2021.10.27 20:06 Greedy-Breath-9830 My big tits 😘
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2021.10.27 20:06 Accomplished_Log3640 Subliminal Recommendations?
2021.10.27 20:06 abseykebabsy When you feel a little cheated... I'm first the cap and yet I get assisted!? Argh..
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2021.10.27 20:06 Significant-Permit76 Bloonchipper is a support because obvious
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2021.10.27 20:06 GokuRefund 1er Service de remboursement en Français (Groupe de 2500 Membres !)
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2021.10.27 20:06 mamaearth_ What does Jupiter in the 1st house (in the sign of Cancer) mean regarding a husband?
2021.10.27 20:06 Pino6518 1893 7315 1762 adding first 5, darkrai
2021.10.27 20:06 Interesting-Ad9767 Best Parks in Florida for Annual Passes
Moving to Florida in January and a bit overwhelmed by the choices for theme parks! Between Disney World, Busch Gardens, and Universal, I wish I could get all three and try them out but finances and good sense dictate only one (maybe two) annual passes at a time. What would you recommend to new Florida residents?
If I had to purchase now, I would do the weekday pass at Disney World and then a normal pass at Busch Gardens so all my days are covered, would that be wise?
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2021.10.27 20:06 Unlikely-Finding-349 Might As Well Give All The Titles To Jay White 🤣
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2021.10.27 20:06 Revolutionary_Sell_5 Is it possible to use PC character save files on PS4
2021.10.27 20:06 SiegBR Welcomes you (i'm a GOD).
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2021.10.27 20:06 Skywalker0138 HUMANITY....WTF
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2021.10.27 20:06 SL13377 Drinks @ Vistal
2021.10.27 20:06 zsreport Staten Island judge declines to block vaccine mandate for NYPD cops
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2021.10.27 20:06 HAL9100 I have never bought and opened pack of baseball cards before today - just ebay’d common cards I liked. Here’s my first pull from my first pack (a 5 card bowman chrome packet)
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2021.10.27 20:06 WheresJimmy420 What is making this tunnel thing?
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2021.10.27 20:06 Snailerin0 Finally it’s knee high boots time!!
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2021.10.27 20:06 totHamster What if Colombia was the Netherlands or the Netherlands was Colombia?
2021.10.27 20:06 AFeistyFiddle Pt and not really ever using the bar
I’m 16 and really skinny, and my parents wanted to get me into lifting so they got a personal trainer I see once a week. My problem is we never do much weight stuff. I totally get that I can’t be showing up and doing squats and benches only, but we practically never do them. I tried asking and so we did deadlifts that were super easy for like 5 minutes, and if I ask again they saying I’m doing these exercises to get prepared for the bar. My question is, for muscle mass am I putting the too importance on heavier weights. Don’t get me wrong I’m still tired after the sessions but I feel like they aren’t as effective as they could be, and I’m never sore or anything the next day.
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2021.10.27 20:06 bba113r49 Mvs or Cobb
PPR, if MVS plays is he the play? I have Adams out, but have Jefferson, Diggs, Davonta Smith, and Julio. Thinking I replace Julio with MVS or Cobb. Thoughts..?
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2021.10.27 20:06 TemporaryDrawing896 I keep feeling depressed over the death of a random boy who was murdered by his 'friends'
This happened almost a decade ago. It happened in a tiny little seaside town, and the dead boy was either 16 or 17. It was in winter, he was invited out to dinner by his 'friends'. On the way back, in the middle of the night, they locked him in the car. He was in the back seat, and the boy sitting in the back seat with him smothered him to death while the other two watched. He was then abandoned, along with the car. He was eventually found.
Despite all the evidence that his 'friends' murdered him, they weren't convicted, and the case has an 'unsolved' status. The case has been forgotten about. It never made the online version of the town's newspaper, or even the FBI stats on murders that occured in that town. There's no pictures of the boy anywhere. The only inkling of his existence was that article in the printed version of the newspaper, right when it happened.
Shortly after his death, people who worked with him at a job center reported seeing his ghost roaming around. That made me feel so sad, because I imagine that he is still suffering, his friends killed him, they're living their lives right now, and he's dead, he feels depressed because of what happened to him but he can't be consoled by anyone because he's a ghost and he can't interact with anyone or anything, ever again. It makes me so mad that his killers are living like normal while he's dead. I wish I could go back in time and save this poor boy, tell him not to get in that car with his 'friends', so he'd still be alive now.
It's been almost a decade since he died, he'd be 25 years old now, maybe he would have been married by now. I wonder what he'd think of the world and how it's changed since a decade ago.
One day, perhaps I could track down the boy's name, and the cemetary he's buried in so I can leave some flowers there to show that not everyone has forgotten about him.
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2021.10.27 20:06 synsubzii adding 5
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2021.10.27 20:06 Wrathu13S Is Disco Elysium a fair play mystery? The game confronted with Knox's and Van Dine's commandments
This year I've finished two games which are in fact detective mystery. Umineko No Naku Koro Ni (Also known as Umineko When They Cry) and Disco Elysium. The first game quite literally taught me about real life 1928 Knox's Decalogue / "Ten Commandments" of plot devices and S.S. Van Dine's twenty rules for writing detective stories. Mystery should be a solvable puzzle. There should be answers to three questions: who, how and why. Not violating the beforementioned commandments makes a proper mystery while violating it too much leads to fantasy or a clueless mystery which isn't really a puzzle inviting the reader to think but just a ride to know the answers. So, naturally, when I've been playing Disco Elysium, I've been asking myself - does it follow the rules? Do I already know the culprit? Have I heard about him or her in the early part of story? Klaasje? Ruby? Someone from The Tribunal?
There are some points of interests I've had some doubts... Spoiler alert.
It is forbidden for the culprit to be anyone not mentioned in the early part of the story.
So I arrive at the island... Proceed through the big door and find... an old man I don't know? Something's wrong, I don't remember seeing him anywhere... I've been thinking about it for like two days and then the enlightenment came. Iosef Lilianovich Dros, The Deserter, was recruited from Jamrock as a volunteer revolutionary soldier, receiving both warfare and ideological education in the Ecole de Controle Aérien. Well, the revolutionists were mentioned a lot in the early part of story. Probably even some deserters, I don't remember. I'm not sure if that's entirely fair. I don't remember seeing The Deserter personally or anyone mentioning him... If anyone spotted something please tell me. Also? Look at the main menu.
It is forbidden for supernatural agencies to be employed as a detective technique.
WELL. Two words. Inland Empire. And I'm not talking about David Lynch's film recorded with Polish actors. But it may be justified because it just is a figment of imagination, I believe.
It is forbidden for hidden passages to exist.
There's a few. One in Whirling-In-Rags.
It is forbidden for unknown drugs or hard to understand scientific devices to be used.
Nothing as such.
No Chinaman must figure in the story.
Okay, no racist depictions of Asian people among game characters. There's only the Yellow Man on a racist's mug.
It is forbidden for accident or intuition to be employed as a detective technique.
"The sixth commandment is broken with gusto. Not only can failed skill checks actually help to accomplish certain things, certain skills can reveal information that later proves true, although often out of context." (TV Tropes)
It is forbidden for the detective to be the culprit.
That's why I knew Harry and Kim were innocent. There's a few moments when this can be put in doubt but ultimately the game is fair.
It is forbidden for the case to be resolved with clues that are not presented.
Everything's alright, there's a very thorough analysis of each clue.
The stupid friend of the detective, the "Watson", must not conceal any thoughts which pass through his mind; his intelligence must be slightly, but very slightly, below that of the average reader.
This sounds very cruel. Kim is very intelligent. So what if... maybe actually it's Harry who's the Watson to Kim...? Then... He DOES NOT conceal ANY thought which passes through his mind... Well, that's clever!
It is forbidden for a character to disguise themselves as another without any clues.
There's a disguised character but it's rather obvious. And awkward as hell.
Van Dine's 3rd
There must be no love interest. The business in hand is to bring a criminal to the bar of justice, not to bring a lovelorn couple to the hymeneal altar.
Unbroken. Harry's got his Dolores but it's a distant past. He begins alone, he ends alone.
Van Dine's 7th
There simply must be a corpse in a detective novel, and the deader the corpse the better. No lesser crime than murder will suffice.
Corpse? What corpse? I haven't even got close to it but I solved the case nonetheless, that's how good I am.
Van Dine's 10th
The culprit must turn out to be a person who has played a more or less prominent part in the story — that is, a person with whom the reader is familiar and in whom he takes an interest.
In other words, Knox's 1st but more detailed.>! This way DE violates this rule.!<
Van Dine's 14th
The method of murder, and the means of detecting it, must be be rational and scientific.
Van Dine's 15th
The truth of the problem must at all times be apparent — provided the reader is shrewd enough to see it. By this I mean that if the reader, after learning the explanation for the crime, should reread the book, he would see that the solution had, in a sense, been staring him in the face-that all the clues really pointed to the culprit — and that, if he had been as clever as the detective, he could have solved the mystery himself without going on to the final chapter. That the clever reader does often thus solve the problem goes without saying.
Maybe someone who played DE at least twice could say something.
Van Dine's 16th
A detective novel should contain no long descriptive passages, no literary dallying with side-issues, no subtly worked-out character analyses, no "atmospheric" preoccupations.
Van Dine's 19th
The motives for all crimes in detective stories should be personal. International plottings and war politics belong in a different category of fiction — in secret-service tales, for instance. But a murder story must be kept gemütlich, so to speak. It must reflect the reader's everyday experiences, and give him a certain outlet for his own repressed desires and emotions.
Oh yes, the how is personal. Politics are involved as well but I wouldn't say it's bad for the story.
Van Dine's 20th
(...) I herewith list a few of the devices which no self-respecting detective story writer will now avail himself of. They have been employed too often, and are familiar to all true lovers of literary crime. To use them is a confession of the author's ineptitude and lack of originality. (a) Determining the identity of the culprit by comparing the butt of a cigarette left at the scene of the crime with the brand smoked by a suspect. (b) The bogus spiritualistic se'ance to frighten the culprit into giving himself away. (c) Forged fingerprints. (d) The dummy-figure alibi. (e) The dog that does not bark and thereby reveals the fact that the intruder is familiar. (f)The final pinning of the crime on a twin, or a relative who looks exactly like the suspected, but innocent, person. (g) The hypodermic syringe and the knockout drops. (h) The commission of the murder in a locked room after the police have actually broken in. (i) The word association test for guilt. (j) The cipher, or code letter, which is eventually unraveled by the sleuth.
(a) The culprit likes a particular brand of cigarettes but it doesn't determine his identity.
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2021.10.27 20:06 Far-Leadership2693 Anyone else get really paranoid thinking someone could see coke on your nose and can’t stop checking 🤔🥴