2021.11.30 00:08 ramarama123 Neha Sharma (new)
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2021.11.30 00:08 UnfrequentUser Poor Mosquito 🦟
2021.11.30 00:08 MrBranclon Me and my wife playing dou TFT
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2021.11.30 00:08 heinaga1989 I just got my stimulus check and I want to invest it into crypto. What would you invest in and why?
Hello! I just got $1400 for the government and plan to invest cypto! Nah help is much appreciated! I’m looking for advice on any coins and tokens. I want to make the best investment I can of course. Or if you were me what would you do with it and why? I know everyone says do your research, I do and I will. Im just curious what you all would do. And look forward to hearing your facts and opinions! Thank you!
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2021.11.30 00:08 howdoesthisevenwork0 26F - what's your favorite snack to get at the grocery store?
hi friends, recently a kid asked me if I was in 5th grade and I had to tell him I actually just finished 18th grade. anyway I'm looking for some cool people to talk to. tell me about your job (love it or hate it) or school or your pet or something funny/weird someone has said to you.
I'm 26F in the US. if you like hip hop/alt I can put you on to some good music. do you like photography? or art? share with me. what's the coolest/oddest thing that has happened to you?
18+ only please - platonic.
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2021.11.30 00:08 canispeaktoyourmangr RC TWEET
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2021.11.30 00:08 AzraelTheCat Virizion add 1838 9722 8718 or 3549 0711 3694, adding 5 each only
2021.11.30 00:08 LonelyMan427 What's the worst anxiety condition called?
When you're just a nervous wreck 24/7 and need xanax just to not geek out. Whatever I have makes me tense and anxious all the time, and I'm just now realizing how bound up I am with tension. I need a higher dose of klonopin, that's for damn sure. Fml 😞
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2021.11.30 00:08 Adacheeer Daily Football Picks | Nov.30,2021
🧐English Premier League🧐
Newcastle United VS Norwich City--- DRAW @ 3.75
Leeds United VS Crystal Palace --- Crystal Palace Win @ 3.00
🧐Italian Serie A🧐
Atalanta VS Venezia--- Atalanta Win @ 1.22
Fiorentina VS Sampdoria--- Fiorentina Win @ 1.62
Verona VS Cagliari--- Verona Win @ 1.57
Salernitana VS Juventus --- Juventus Win @ 1.36
🧐Brazil Serie A🧐
Juventude VS Bragantino---Juventude Win @ 2.55
Flamengo VS Ceara---Flamengo Win @ 1.50
America MG VS Chapecoense SC---America MG Win @ 1.36
Cuiaba VS Palmeiras---Cuiaba Win @ 2.80
🧐Indian Super League🧐
Odisha FC VS East Bengal ---Odisha FC Win @ 3.00
🧐Portugal Primeira Liga🧐
Sporting Braga VS Vizela---Sporting Braga Win @ 1.36
🧐England FA Cup🧐
Exeter City VS Bradford City---Exeter City Win @ 2.25
🧐USA Major League Soccer🧐
New England Revolution VS New York City Football Club---New England Revolution Win @ 2.10
🧐More Analysis in Goalooin Click here 🧐Good Luck~ 🧐
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2021.11.30 00:08 GibbyGibson6969 i5-9400F and i5-10400
I’m building a new pc as my current one was prebuilt and doesn’t have the space to upgrade. A 10400 is an ok upgrade from the 9400F, right? Or is it better off to keep the 9400F for my new build? (I’m planning to get either a 3060, 2060, or a 1080ti, which I’m hoping the cpu shouldn’t bottleneck the GPU)
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2021.11.30 00:08 Odogonmc Is there any way to buy my Finals ticket now?
2021.11.30 00:08 TechnicalTerrorist the restoration of the glory of what was
the US used to be top tier transit. Sadly, some "planners" have made our society super car centric. To restore some of the glory of the US you have to CONVINCE people. Sure, we could all be right, but sometimes you actually need messages. How would you convince people about cars, especially the more conservative and rural parts?
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2021.11.30 00:08 BananaShakeStudios Should Eamon and Frankee have a Double OHW episode or separate
2021.11.30 00:08 kmwade66 Doesn’t look comfortable to me, but he seems content
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2021.11.30 00:08 Sneakgeek7 Ryan Cohen on Twitter
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2021.11.30 00:08 EdwardBliss If you're on the bus or subway, how would you react if you caught someone staring at you through the reflection in the window?
2021.11.30 00:08 Nickels_Ale The correct answer to Tiny Tim's Cancun Bad Friends guest appearance Fuck, Marry, Kill game.
Poor Tom was voted to marry based on his money. This is incorrect!
The correct answer is: 1. Fuck Bobby, but Khalyla has to be involved. 2. Marry Tom so you don't have to TESTIFY AGAINST EACH OTHER In court!! 3. Kill Santino with Tom as practice for the rest of the chomos on the list!
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2021.11.30 00:08 snakerbot A puddle spreading out to fill its container.
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2021.11.30 00:08 2020-RedditUser The fountain of youth theory?
Should Inside Job do a theory about the Fountain of youth existing ?
Here’s the potential story: Rand sends the gang to find the fountain of youth at ( blank). The goal is to get water to makes himself younger to stay in power longer. While getting the water Andre drinks some of the water turning himself into a toddler and unfortunately losing his memory of everyone. That could be the twist it’ll make you younger, but your mental age changes as well.
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2021.11.30 00:08 ALiddleBiddle Intelligencer: The Ghislaine Maxwell Trial
By Choire Sicha | November 29, 2021 | Link to article
Well before dawn, reporters and spectators began lining up. The last of them weren’t in the courtrooms until just about noon; none were left behind. Outside in the cold, Vanity Fair’s Gabe Sherman and his Jack Spade knapsack asked some probing questions of a woman holding a “Do You Trust Gates With Your Body?” sign, featuring, naturally, pictures of Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Gates, and a vaccine syringe. The protester called us all stenographers — but then saw a good pal in line, right behind Gabe. They hugged. Waiting for a seat inside, Fox 5 legal hottie Mike Sacks and CBS’s Nathalie Nieves discussed their love of Milton — John Milton? The Paradise Lost one? — and the apparently important new Milton biography, Making Darkness Light.
The actual courtroom in which the Ghislaine Maxwell trial began today in lower Manhattan is simple, a bit dowdy, and uncrowded. It includes the notable COVID-era addition of two plexiglass–and–HEPA-filtered boxes: one for the lawyer currently speaking and one for the person testifying. The box for witnesses, to the left of the judge, is creepy even when empty. Its slightly shiny surface carries a reflection; the masked faces of the people in the courtroom are mirrored back in black and white, stacked in rows, like a little snippet of the famous ballroom photo from the Overlook Hotel. It’s an eerie effect.
After some last-minute drama around final jury selection, the trial began with lawyers occupying the plexiglass container. Both the prosecution’s and defense’s opening statement came off like one of those moments that you rehearse again and again and then, live, it all comes off flat and amateur.
Most surprising was how many ways Maxwell’s lawyer Bobbi Sternheim called the women who accused her client of facilitating abuse some version of gold-digging, money-hungry adventuress. Sternheim labeled the four women, all of whom will testify in the case, as desperate for fame or drugs. She even called one an actress. “His accusers have shaken the money tree and millions of dollars have fallen their way,” she said.
Sternheim went on about this for an extremely long time, and though women watching the courthouse’s closed-circuit broadcast in the overflow rooms were openly shaking their heads, we all know this line of argument will probably go over very well.
Two things from today
The first is boring and will continue to get a lot of attention. It’s a battle about what matters the expert witnesses are allowed to address that has been raging in court motions for ages now. (“Grooming by proxy” is a hotly contested concept; experts will not testify about the idea of grooming victims on behalf of someone else because the academic literature is not there yet, apparently.)
Expert testimony will touch on other hot-button topics, such as women recalling events that happened to them many years ago — and that kind of thing interests the tabloids. So you will be hearing about suggested memories, and faded memories, and the nature of victimhood. But expert witnesses are boring, sorry!
The second, though: It was surprising how much of the opening material revolved around the fact that the four government witnesses have all been compensated by the Epstein Victims Fund. The fund, administered independently to settle claims against Epstein with money from his estate, paid about $125 million to 150 recognized victims. That means it would be hard to find any witnesses who were not compensated by it.
As part of the compensation process, victims were interviewed at length about their claims in a private and empathetic environment. Many claims were denied; more were paid.
Everyone was promised confidentiality. And now those conversations and their resulting pay stubs are being provided to both sides in this trial. (The information is intended to be kept confidential.)
So Maxwell’s lawyers believe the key here is not in preventing victims from testifying but in more testimony — drawing upon these previous interviews, using their words to undermine the government’s case.
I keep saying there will be no answers here. But there may be just a few nearby, at least. The government seems confident that the people slated to testify will shed some light. Staff — including a pilot, who began testifying at the end of day one — are included on that list. Outside the courtroom, an Epstein victim has a new book coming out this week that’s getting a big glossy exclusive in a few days. Could that have any effect on the trial? Well, no, that’s not how trials work.
The trial will certainly not be undercovered. Some of the best legal and Epstein reporters in the world are attending. Notably, Julie Brown of the Miami Herald is in town. Much of what any of us know about Epstein is owed to her years of work. She and other newspaper greats, like Ben Weiser at the Times, will be doing their thing alongside the more aggressive types like the folks at Insider. For every viral paranoid tweet about how “the media is ignoring this case!!!!” — and there sure are lots of those — there is a member of the media covering this case.
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2021.11.30 00:08 ThePipYay One time I asked “What if two spies on opposite sides decide to disguise as each other?” And I’m amazed at how that sentence forms a complete poem with rhymes and rhythm and everything.
2021.11.30 00:08 BenCL648 100 Points! (Yes this is on easy mode)
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2021.11.30 00:08 throwaway3636490 What I Wish I Could Say
You are the only person I've ever truly loved. You're the only one who ever made me feel like I belonged somewhere. If I had to describe the feeling, I would say that it felt like finding home after spending my entire life not having one. The day you agreed to date me was, honestly, the happiest day of my life. I remember vividly how warm I felt that day, especially when we first kissed. I had never felt that way before in my entire life, and I clung to that feeling, maybe a bit too hard.
And yeah, you were difficult to talk with sometimes, and couldn't give me everything I wanted, but I never would have given up on you, no matter how difficult things were. I would have done anything to be happy with you, because that's what you meant to me. I see now that I was willing to give too many pieces of myself up just to do that, though, and that it was wrong of me to do that.
But you, you gave up on us both. You were so convinced that you could never make me happy, and felt so guilty but wouldn't talk with me about it, that you pushed me out. If you had worked with me to find a way to communicate properly, and hadn't lashed out at me for expressing my frustrations even though you demanded that I tell you, and hadn't been so stubborn that you refused to genuinely listen to me and consider what I had to say, maybe things wouldn't have become so bad. But all of that, despite everything I had done to make things work, led to you sabotaging our relationship, and there was nothing I could do to stop it.
I know it's not all your fault. I sometimes treated you like a problem to be solved, and I couldn't see how wrong that was. I also know that it's not your fault how your brain is wired. If I had known then how truly difficult it is for you to process emotions, yours or other people's, and for you to talk about those emotions, I would have done things differently. If I knew how hard it was for you to leave your comfort zone, I may never have asked it of you. Knowing this now doesn't make what you did hurt any less, but it makes it easier to not blame you for certain things. Even still, it doesn't change the fact what there are things that you chose to do, things that hurt me deeply, and it doesn't invalidate my suffering.
I wanted to go on another train ride. I wanted to go on more dates. I wanted to watch anime, and weird videos on YouTube. I loved playing D&D with you. I loved when you smiled, and laughed, and got excited about things. I loved looking into your eyes. There were so many things I wanted to do with you, and only you. Because doing all of that with you was the only time that I was really, truly happy. You were the only thing in my entire life that made me feel alive, and you took that, along with everything that made me happy, away from me.
But it didn't stop there. No, you also went to great lengths to ignore me. You rejected both me and your feelings for me. And you became more stubborn than you ever were before. You chose to do those things, and you did it all so easily. You did it all just to avoid feeling guilty because of problems you didn't want to solve, because reflecting on your faults made you uncomfortable. Do you know how agonizing, and demeaning, it was to be treated like I was that insignificant to you? To be punished, by you, because of your own faults? It tore me apart.
Every day for months, the same questions ran through my head, ones that I know I'll never get answers to. How could you do all of that to someone you claimed to love? Was it so difficult for you to process yours and other's feelings, and communicate with me, that it was easier to abandon me and refuse to look back? Was I that disposable and unimportant to you? Why was I so easy for you to abandon?
I gave you all of my heart, and you completely destroyed it. Of all the people who have ever hurt me, or made me feel unwanted, you hurt me the worst. You know you did, yet you chose to turn away and run, so that you didn't have to face my pain. What you've done has crippled me emotionally on such a deep level that I may never love or trust anyone ever again. But, if anything I learned that I gave you too much power over my emotions and self-worth, and I can never allow that to happen again. That's a lesson I had needed to learn for awhile.
In order for me to heal, I needed you to know the pain that has weighed me down for a year. I needed you to know that you broke the person who felt safe with you. That you gave up on someone who did everything he could to understand you, and love you. That you made me feel so unimportant, and so unheard, that it destroyed me. I want you to know that you chose to let me fall to pieces, just so you could selfishly avoid recognizing your guilt and flaws, and that you left me to pick up the pieces on my own, even though some of the pieces are lost forever.
And, most importantly, I need you to know that despite everything that has happened between us, despite all of the resentment I've held for how you treated me, I never stopped loving you. Not once. I think some part of me will always love you. I would have spent my life with you, if things had worked out better. But now... now I just feel homesick. I have since the day you left.
I just hope I can find home again someday, but I know that it will never again be with you.
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2021.11.30 00:08 Fabian-Aralia I made some resin mushroom charms, foraged from a forest in northern Indiana.
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2021.11.30 00:08 Ninjette-xoxo Guess who joined me for my cup of tea this morning? Discussing all the latest gossip in the coop.
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