2021.03.03 01:35 make-it-up-as-you-go Anyone know contemporary sources in JS’s time using the term “natural man” ? Thinking there must be somewhere he got that term.
2021.03.03 01:35 Lias_Issodon19 Anti-Elite Infantry choices?
It's clear that for 9th ed, there is going to be a lot of value in elite infantry choices (Marines, Terminators, Death Guard, etc). There's going to be a lot of units on the board with Toughness 4-5 with 2-3 wounds each, either holding down objectives or as part of a hammer-anvil setup depending on matchup.
What SM units do you think will be best at countering these sorts of strategies? It seems like damage 2 weapons are going to be particularly valuable (Heavy Bolters, Plasma, etc). What have you found that works? What strategies are you curious to try out? For Raptors do you think it would be better to go for ranged or melee options?
Melee: Bladeguard, Terminators, Aggressors, Vanguard Vets
Ranged: Hellblasters, Devastators, Suppressors, Eliminators
Combination: Dreadnoughts, Invictor Warsuits, Centurions, Outriders
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2021.03.03 01:35 htm789 Help! This, along with failures to extract have been going on with my NEW Arsenal Sam 7.
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2021.03.03 01:35 huromie hi thereee i’m trading skates for bat mo heels
2021.03.03 01:35 electrocyberend [X-men/JJBA] Can rouge absorb stands?
If I recall correctly that she can absorb non-mutant powers because she absorb permanently ms marvel's (carol danvers) flight ability. Do you guys think she can do the same with stand users???
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2021.03.03 01:35 tj9397 Single soon?
2021.03.03 01:35 ccreneecc Iconic moments
Watching the episode full of iconic moments. Such as jenelle threatened with jail but freaking out about not being able to go to the Kesha concert. And Chelsea going to a concert with her dad driving his Winnebago RV. 😂😂
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2021.03.03 01:35 Creative-Criticism62 Still buying 100oz. a week until I run out of cash.
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2021.03.03 01:35 InspirobotBot Wed Mar 3 02:35:36 2021
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2021.03.03 01:35 bonsignore21 this was truly disturbing and i feel like it went unnoticed
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2021.03.03 01:35 theammostore Monstrosity Farmer, mutate support
2021.03.03 01:35 ItsMeLolf123 Please make SideWig an emote
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2021.03.03 01:35 authorizationbatman Throwing Orwig off a cliff
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2021.03.03 01:35 ____-__________-____ Yes sir I am late to work but this was a petting emergency
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2021.03.03 01:35 mahboiii Will relocating my evap charcoal canister cause me to fail Cali smog?
I've got a 1994 Toyota Pickup Xtra Cab, the stock 3.0 V6 is currently running on 5 cylinders but because I really like these old Toyotas (and because of sentimental value) I want to keep this thing running. I just don't want to put money into the 3slow. Rather than repair it, I figured I would swap in a newer Toyota 5VZFE to get improved power, efficiency and reliability. This is where things get interesting: I need to register this truck in California..
We have a 2004 5spd Taco ECU and harness sourced (not the whole donor vehicle or its motor though, I'm using a lower mileage JDM motor with USDM accessories fitted), which is already a small achievement in and of itself because apparently 5spd ECUs are pretty hard to come across. The fact it's late model also helps because supercharging the motor with a TRD kit is something I have in mind down the line. Changing the donor ECU is really not an option right now.
The problem I have is that 04 Tacos have their evap canister located near the fuel tank in such a way that fuel can dump over into the canister and cause it to gum up, which causes the ECU to throw codes. This is very common on 4Runners with this canister location as well. On 00 to 02 Tacos, the evap canister is located at the front of the truck from the factory and does not suffer from this issue so ideally I'd move the evap canister tho the same spot as on an 00 to 02 truck. But because the ECU is from an 04 and the evap canister is a piece of emissions control equipment, I'm afraid that if I move the canister to the front of the truck like on the 00 to 02 trucks that a ref would fail it, even though the canister would still do its job at the front of the truck but just more reliably.
I'm kind of at a dead end for the time being, I submitted a request through askaref but it's gonna be a while before I get a response, and calling my local ref doesn't do any good since I just get redirected anyways. Does anyone have insight or experience? Thanks.
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2021.03.03 01:35 weshroomin Can anyone identify these two plants I just got?
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2021.03.03 01:35 bbh1nz 🎉𝙀𝙖𝙧𝙣 𝙂𝙞𝙛𝙩 𝘾𝙖𝙧𝙙𝙨 𝙁𝙤𝙧 𝙎𝙝𝙤𝙥𝙥𝙞𝙣𝙜 🎉
2021.03.03 01:35 Bilbo8888 Debunking by me
Original BBC Thing:https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-56250915
TLDR: I went through the article though very unchronological forgive me it's my first time doing this stuff debunking who BBC twisted words or did garbage translations. Sometimes just made shit up.
It's...weird. What are they yapping about with relocating workers? That's a part of the poverty alleviation program. Thinning out the density of Uyghurs is again stupid. If I go work there of course it's gonna be less populated where I wasn't before. The forced labor and "separate, five-story Uighur dormitory showed few signs of habitation apart from a pair of shoes placed by an open window. " is also fucking stupid. Uyghur is because of what? You yourself said few signs of habitation so how the fuck do you know they are Uyghurs? "Uighur employees used separate dormitories and their own canteen" again stupid. People generally make friends and stick with people who like them. If you have a small red population among a big blue one of course the red will stick together. Do people drink with their own bottles of water? Are we uncivilized rats or what? " a Han Chinese employee told the BBC that his 200 or so Uighur colleagues were not allowed out at all." Sure... An anonymous Han Chinese person. Yeah sure.
"This video is remarkable," she told the BBC. "The Chinese government continually says that people are volunteering to engage in these programmes, but this absolutely reveals that this is a system of coercion that people are not allowed to resist."Should've done this for the others lol.
Under the intense scrutiny of the government officials and state-TV journalists she shakes her head and replies, "I won't go." Still, the pressure continues until eventually, weeping, she concedes. "I'll go if others go," she says.That sounds like resisting to me.
Professor Laura Murphy is an expert in human rights and contemporary slavery at the UK's Sheffield Hallam University who lived in Xinjiang between 2004 and 2005 and has visited since.In this pdf https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/files/aaastest/files/murphy_-_cv_sept_12_public.pdf
Harvard University, Teaching Fellow Core Program/Foreign Cultures, Spring 2006, 2007 The African Experience (with Professor Abiola Irele) Department of English, Spring 2006 Cold War Literature and Culture (with Professor Louis Menand Department of African and African American Studies, Fall 2003-2006 Autobiography and the Literary Imagination (with Professor Jamaica Kincaid Independent Studies/Tutorials Representations of Women of African Descent in Television and Film, Fall 2005 African American Autobiography, Fall 2005 Contemporary African and African American Fiction, Spring 2003Seems like she was a teaching fellow in the Department of African and African American Studies, Fall 2003-2006. But somehow lived in Xinjiang... Sure...
"The other thing it shows is this ulterior motive," she said, "that although the narrative is one of lifting people out of poverty, there's a drive to entirely change people's lives, to separate families, disperse the population, change their language, their culture, their family structures, which is more likely to increase poverty than to decrease it."Change lives, yes for the better if they want to or not. Separate families, again if they want to or not. Disperse the population, if they want to or not. Change language and culture, by working somewhere else? Ok, bro. Family structure, not very specific what they mean. Increasing poverty by relocation like that makes sense. What a FUCKING GENIUS!!!!!! The CPC should employ this person to be in charge.
Written by a group of academics from Nankai University in the Chinese city of Tianjin, it concludes that the mass labour transfers are "an important method to influence, meld and assimilate Uighur minorities" and bring about a "transformation of their thinking." Uprooting them and relocating them elsewhere in the region or in other Chinese provinces, it says, "reduces Uighur population density."I took a look at the paper they were referencing and:
First, from the overall perspective, the Uighurs who participated in the riots in Xinjiang in the past few years, especially in southern Xinjiang, are a minority after all, and they have all been admitted to the education and training center in recent years , and they are still being carefully screened. Resolutely deal with the problematic, and also train the problem-free, this kind of work is still being carried out in an orderly manner. The number and scope of imaginary rioters should not be expanded indefinitely, and the entire Uyghur masses should not be assumed to be rioters. This is very detrimental to the long-term stability of Xinjiang.Pretty reasonable. Not generalizing and being islamophobic but being objective and fair.
The second is to deal with the problems in Xinjiang Uyghur area. Short-term stringent measures are absolutely necessary and effective. However, after several years of hard work, we should change our thinking in time, and we should change from short-term high pressure to long-term development, with education and guidance. Among them, strengthening political education, national common language education, and skills training are all good methods. In particular, helping them get rid of poverty is the most fundamental and most important way, especially through the way of labor export, which not only reduces the Uighur’s presence in Xinjiang. The population density of the region is also an important method for probating, melting, and assimilating a minority of Uyghurs. Not only cannot they be refused to enter the developed provinces and regions in the eastern part of Xinjiang in an organized manner, but more efforts should be made to guide them to integrate into the more developed eastern and central regions. , Let them gradually change their thinking and understanding, and transform their values and outlook on life in the changing environment and life, and in labor work."strengthening political education, national common language education, and skills training are all good methods." Yeah, they are. Teaching someone what everyone speaks in is pretty good. A Spanish-only person can barely find a place to work in say Moscow.
Coercive Labor and Forced Displacement in Xinjiang’s Cross-Regional Labor Transfer ProgramGee labor transfer so scawy. Again not forced as shown above.
In this special Jamestown Foundation report, Dr. Zenz provides new evidence from Chinese sources, notably previously untranslated documents such as the “Nankai Report”, that Xinjiang’s labor transfers to other regions or provinces in China meet the forced labor definition of the International Labor Organization (ILO). The report develops a process-focused evaluation model for evaluating coercion at each stage of the labor transfer program.Nothing in the report talks about anything forced...
"This is an unprecedented, authoritative source written by leading academics and former government officials with high-level access to Xinjiang itself," Dr Zenz said in a BBC interview.Nope, it's by a university. located on the bottom right of Beijing.
And there are signs of control at every stage, with all recruits put through "political thought education," then transported to the factories in groups - sometimes as many as hundreds at a time - and "led and accompanied by political cadres in order to implement security and management.""then transported to the factories in groups - sometimes as many as hundreds at a time - and "led and accompanied by political cadres in order to implement security and management.""
And once they arrive in their new factory jobs, workers themselves are put under the "centralized management" of officials who "eat and live" with them.Paper: " A deputy department-level cadre will be assigned to eat and live in the factory. During the day, they will cooperate with the management of the factory and act as an interpreter. At night, they will organize training in Mandarin. As a result, the so-called "bilingual cadres stationed in the factory to cooperate with centralized management" mode has been formed."
But the report also notes that the profound discrimination at the heart of the system is getting in the way of its effective functioning, with local police forces in eastern China so alarmed by the arrival of trainloads of Uighurs, that they are sometimes turned back.Nope. Paper:" However, on the other hand, in the process of implementing this effective measure of labor export, it has encountered numerous obstacles. The most important manifestation is that the public security departments in the labor importing areas of the eastern provinces and regions almost always refused to accept various forms of labor from Xinjiang on the grounds that they might affect local security and stability. Workers in southern Xinjiang also adopted an attitude of rejection). It is understood that sometimes it is intolerable. For example, under the leadership of a group of cadres, Xinjiang labor workers received orders from the local public security department not to allow them to get off on trains close to their destinations, which resulted in many orders. People are embarrassed, frustrated, and fail. Several times after explanations, he was allowed to get off the train but was not allowed to leave the platform, and was not allowed to enter the factory after leaving the platform. After entering the factory, he was not allowed to go to work. Those who had been working for a few days were even ordered to return to their hometown in Xinjiang immediately. The public security department often visits companies for inspections, inquiries, and investigations for various reasons, making them unable to work normally at all, and the companies have to find various reasons to dismiss workers who have already adapted to their jobs. These situations have occurred in several provinces and municipalities. Of course, some provinces and municipalities simply do not allow any Xinjiang nationals to enter. All these are in the sounding of to regional security and stability grounds, it is under the guise of conduct under. "
In places, it even warns that China's policies in Xinjiang may have been too extreme, for example, stating that the number of people placed in the re-education camps "far exceeds" those with suspected connections to extremism.Again, no. I ctrl+f exceeds and found only these two.
2021.03.03 01:35 Camis_Pikachu Lockdown em Porto Alegre, porém depende
Quem é daqui sabe quem é o Melo e seus pensamentos. Um velho álcoolatra direitista que tem nojo de pobre e é a favor da privatização de tudo. Enfim. Ontem tive que ir ao centro daqui de POA fazer alguns depósitos (os bancos que eu precisei ir não tem aqui perto) e fiquei bem chocada com o que vi. Aparente, tudo fechado. Mas, andando um pouco, você vê que tá TUDO funcionando. Lojas não essenciais com a portinha meio aberta, que quando você passa em frente ficam falando que estão funcionando. Algumas lojas com culhão, desafiam o decreto estadual de fechar tudo colocando uma faixa bem grande dizendo que estão abertos e são a favor do abre tudo e com palavras de apoio ao prefeito. Não entendo quem critica o Governador em questão de restrições, sinceramente. O cara tá fazendo um esquema de restrição inovador, elogiado por vários outros governadores e se não me engano até outros países. Separou regiões e colocou limites sobre o que fazer em cada nível de contaminação. O Melo assim como qualquer outro bolsonarista, querem ver é morte.
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2021.03.03 01:35 Thedeucesden Question
2021.03.03 01:35 crissdecornet [Suggestion] Need help to buy a pc for 3D animation and gpu rendering
I am from Canada and building a pc is not an option since graphic card prices are excessively high. I've found a pre built that matches my price range of 2300$CA with taxes: https://www.newegg.ca/abs-ali484/p/N82E16883360079#
Do you think this build would be good for rendering and animating in blender or cinema 4D?
Also if you see something else better in this price range or less let me know!
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2021.03.03 01:35 SnooOnions6903 المسلسل التركى الجديد المدينة الملعونة الحلقة 1مترجمه,
2021.03.03 01:35 Sefipolid Ej con el que Molécula se entretiene
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2021.03.03 01:35 a_doggo01 what the fuck happend
2021.03.03 01:35 Fluffy-Tone2078 Chemistry Teacher or Chemist?
I am basically looking for some advice or insight to help me decide whether I should go into a career as a chemist or a chemistry teacher.
I am a chem major with a secondary ed minor and I am finishing up student teaching this semester. In high school I kind of planned on becoming a chemist or doing chemical engineering, but then I started becoming interested in teaching, so I decided to go for a chemistry major and secondary ed minor so I would have the option to do both. At college I gradually started to lean towards going into the industry with chemistry because I hated my education classes and started developing a deeper passion for chemistry. However, now that I’m student teaching, I’m reminded of why I wanted to go into teaching in the first place. I’m having fun and I’m enjoying what I’m doing, so now I’ve become torn between the two. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to do the internship I had lined up last summer because the program was canceled due to COVID, but I’d still like to do some shadowing this summer just to see more of the field.
I see pros and cons of both. Working as a chemist would pay more and probably have less stress, but I would be working longer hours and have less time off. Working as a chemistry teacher would be more social, has good hours, and good time off, but would probably have more stress and a lower pay.
I would say I’m good at both as I have had professors push me to go to grad school to get a PhD in chemistry, and I have had teachers at my school tell me to apply to the open positions they have because they want me there. Part of me feels like I could come back to teaching after I get a chance to explore the field of chemistry more, but it would be harder to go from teaching to the chemistry field.
One thing a neighbor told me that has stuck with me is that he said he’s never seen a chemist that wasn’t happy. I believe I’d be happy in either job. I really value a work-life balance, where I’m not drained coming home from work or coming home late at night every night, so any advice or insight would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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