2021.10.25 20:13 leef-fy I can't seem to do the simplest missions.
I'm not new to video games by any means but I've deployed onto fortuna 10-15+ times and only completed ONE mission. I'm losing all my stuff, constantly outgunned by better weapons, spawning the entire map away from where I should be going and just dying, dying and dying. Very confused and incredibly frustrated as it feels like I'm missing something important
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2021.10.25 20:13 PheonixWeaver I got it bitches
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2021.10.25 20:13 nimobo CA Democrat Pushes Gun Control on Movie Sets After Alec Baldwin's Fatal Shooting
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2021.10.25 20:13 JohnnyBlasticles Do the ethics of antinatalism apply to all species?
Stupid question and a very long set up for it. I believe myself to be a true antinatalist, not just to the extent that having kids would be a real drag but that the very idea is abhorrent, immeasurably selfish and illogical however I was thinking to myself about animals and how it doesn't bother me as much if they breed (naturally) despite a lot of them being specifically born to be anothers animals dinner in a grey circle of tragic life and I started to question whether I was a true antinatalist and if there wasn't some unknown reason I only applied the rules to human life.
I just want to preface this by being open about somethings because I've read a lot about antinatalism & veganism and some of it is very good. I eat some meat but I do often come to crisis with it because I love animals (though I would never own one) but I despise that my own weak morals allow me to draw a line that says "it's ok if I eat a cow but I'll be really angry if somebody hurts a dog or a wild animal" so I'm not perfect but I do try to keep suffering as minimal as possible hence why I would never bring a life into this world and I suppose if I had the magic power to bring a cow into the world specifically for a hamburger then I also wouldn't do that despite knowing that's exactly how they're bred now. I loathe my hypocritical ass.
Back to the main point, animals that breed, that to me seems fair in the same way that if an animal goes extinct naturally then that's also ok with me. So I suppose it's to do with consciousness. A zebra knows to run away from lions but it doesn't (I guess) have the existential knowledge that it is only real value or purpose and will be for all of time.
If the world were destroyed and everything on it annihilated then I'm ok with that however, if only Humans died, I believe that animals, the climate, trees & fauna would quickly and in amazing ways recover and cover the earth in an amazing life force of such magnitude and variety that it couldn't be imagined. So my point is, if I believe that all animals could thrive, populate the earth, still die and be eaten and have to fight the way they do now but without our level of consciousness then is that ok? Or must I logically as an antinatalist admit that all life is suffering and there should be nothing but rock and light in the entire universe
Tldr; is human consciousness and understanding that life is so bleak the reason it is so bleak? And if an animal has no concept of such far out existentialism, is it still abhorrent when one is born?
I know I'm stupid and this is a sprawling rambling novel but I'm basically typing as I'm speaking because there is no one here right now to bounce it off so that I can make better sense of it easier. Good luck. Sorry
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2021.10.25 20:13 taydraisabot New season 2 characters (plus someone familiar) have been revealed!!
2021.10.25 20:13 TJProu Question for Historians of Lebanon
Does the Sykes-Picot treaty and the way the French handled Lebanon still have an affect on the nation? If it does, how is it shown today? Do the recent events tie back to what I’ve mentioned?
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2021.10.25 20:13 DaddyBops My very first creation. so much to improve on
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2021.10.25 20:13 1000000students Trump in Hiding…
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2021.10.25 20:13 thriftstoremom Donald Trump Jr. is selling 'guns don't kill people, Alec Baldwin kills people' shirts
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2021.10.25 20:13 BobPotatohead Oddity on a 286
2021.10.25 20:13 TechToFinanceBro Is 45K in student debt worth it?
uncomfortable with graduating with 45K in student debt.
is that a decent amount or am I overthinking?
for reference, I got a FAANG internship this summer (it's my freshman year) so I know I'll make decent money after graduating. still uncertain if it's a good financial decision or not
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2021.10.25 20:13 creepyotter Hey everyone im back from having an accident with my chair (dont worry im fine) Anyway im back with another video this time the tale is from the perspective of SCP-014 the concrete man. I liked this tale alot and it is written by Gargus
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2021.10.25 20:13 NationPresident (Hioyami) Tsunade
2021.10.25 20:13 afty Weekly Spotlight 10/25/21: First Class Passenger Emily Borie Ryerson
Ticket Number: 17608
She was the second daughter and third child of Arthur Larned Ryerson (born 1851) and Emily Maria Borie (born 1863) who had married in Philadelphia on January 31st 1889.
She had four siblings: Susan Parker (born 1890), Arthur Larned (born 1891), Ellen Ashfordby (born 1895) and John Borie (born 1898). The family appears on the 1910 census as residents of Cooperstown in Springfield, Ostego, New York.
Emily had been on vacation in Europe with her parents, sister Susan, brother John and two servants Grace Bowen and Victorine Chaudanson when the family received devastating news: her brother Arthur, a Yale undergraduate, had been killed in an automobile accident on April 8th 1912. Cutting their holiday short the entire party joined the first available ship which was the Titanic and boarded at Cherbourg as first class passengers (ticket number 17608 which cost £262, 7s, 6d), occupying cabins B57, B63 and B66.
"At the time of collision I was awake and heard the engines stop, but felt no jar. My husband was asleep, so I rang and asked the steward, Bishop, what was the matter. He said, "There is talk of an iceberg, ma'am, and they have stopped, not to run into it." I told him to keep me informed if there were any orders. It was bitterly cold, so I put on a warm wrapper and looked out the window (we were in the large cabins on the B deck, very far aft) and saw the stars shining and a calm sea, but heard no noise. It was 12 o'clock. After about 10 minutes I went out in the corridor, and saw far off people hurrying on deck. A passenger ran by and called out, "Put on your lifebelts and come up on the boat deck."" Ms. Ryerson and her family waited around on deck for around half of an hour. Her husband joked with people in the crowd and calmly convinced her he would be fine and that they should get into the next available boat.
" All this time we could hear the rockets going up - signals of distress. Again, we were ordered down to A deck, which was partly enclosed. We saw people getting into boats, but waited our turn. There was a rough sort of steps constructed to get up to the window. My boy, Jack, was with me. An officer at the window said, "That boy can't go." My husband stepped forward and said, "Of course, that boy goes with his mother; he is only 13." So they let him pass. They also said, "No more boys." I turned and kissed my husband, and as we left he and the other men I knew - Mr. Thayer, Mr. Widener, and others - were all standing there together very quietly. The decks were lighted, and as you went through the window it was as if you stepped out into the dark. We were flung into the boats." She stated she didn't realize how far the ship at sunk until they were touching the water. Before shoving off a crewman scurried down the ropes as they were in need of another seaman.
"Barrels and chairs were being thrown overboard. Then suddenly, when we still seemed very near, we saw the ship was sinking rapidly. I was in the bow of the boat with my daughter and turned to see the great ship take a plunge toward the bow, the two forward funnels seemed to lean and then she seemed to break in half as if cut with a knife, and as the bow went under the lights went out; the stern stood up for several minutes, black against the stars, and then that, too, plunged down, and there was no sound for what seemed like hours, and then began the cries for help of people drowning all around us, which seemed to go on forever. Some one called out, "Pull for your lives, or you'll be sucked under," and everyone that could rowed like mad. I could see my younger daughter and Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Astor rowing, but there seemed to be no suction." Once she returned to New York she testified about pleasantries exchanged with Bruce Ismay the afternoon prior to the collision. She stated that he inquired about their comfort level before, reportedly, showing her a recently received ice warning.
Emily Ryerson: He produced from his pocket a telegram blank on which some words were written in type-writing, and he said that we were in among the icebergs - he said as he handed the telegram to me, “We are in among the icebergs.” Ms. Ryerson blamed Ismay for the accident both publicly and privately. A letter she wrote in 1913 to that end sold at public auction in 2014. Ismay in turn testified that he absent mindedly had the warning in his pocket and that he returned it to Captain Smith a short time after this exchange.
Mr. Burlingham: Did you look at the telegram and see what it said?
Emily Ryerson: I don’t remember what it said. It had the word “Deutchland” (sic) and something was said about speed, whether I said it I don’t know; but he said “We are not going very fast, 20 or 21 knots, but we are going to start up some extra boilers this evening” how many there were I don’t know, it was two or three, but I wouldn’t swear to that - I know the fact of the extra boilers because I didn’t know what it meant except going faster.
Mr. Burlingham: Anything said about getting in, or not being able to stop?
Emily Ryerson: Yes, I said “What is the rest of the telegram?” He said “It is the Deutchland (sic) wanting a tow, not under control” or something of that sort, and they wanted a tow, and I remember saying, “What are you going to do about that?” and he said they weren’t going to do anything about it. Can’t remember his exact words; I am only giving the impression left on my mind, that “we are going to get in and surprise everybody” I don’t know whether he used the word “record” but that was left on my mind, that we had no time to delay aiding other steamers.
Emily was married in Christ's Church, Cooperstown on October 23rd 1915 to George Hyde Clarke (born April 30th 1889); a Harvard graduate and racquet sports enthusiast from Ostego, Clarke was the son of realtor George Hyde Clarke and Mary Gale Carter. A tall man, Clarke stood at 6' 3" with a long face, blonde hair and grey eyes.
The couple made their home in Cooperstown and had seven children: Mary Hyde (1916-1981, later Mrs Kenneth Paton), Emily Ryerson (born 1917, later Mrs Danilo Machado), Susan Parker (1918-1944), Jane (born 1919), George Hyde Jr (1921-1943), Ann Hyde (born 1924, later Logan) and Arthur (born 1927).
Emily continued to travel in later years and her 1923 passport describes her as standing at 5' 8" and with brown hair and eyes, with an oval face, broad nose and a scar on her left wrist.
Emily and her family were living at Hyde Hall on both the 1920 and 1930 census records; shortly after in 1932 she and Clarke were divorced and he was remarried in 1933 to Dorothy Benjamin, née Rennard (born 1895). He died on September 20th 1955. Emily herself was remarried to artist, actor and writer Stephen Beach Cooke (born May 15th 1898), another Ostego man.
In 1943 Emily suffered the loss of her son George in an accident whilst he was training for combat duty with the US Air Force; just a year later her daughter Susan was killed whilst piloting a WASP plane on July 4th 1944.
On September 16th 1948 Emily became a widow when her husband Stephen Beach Cooke, a veteran of both World Wars, died following a brief illness.
In the early 1950s, Emily and her brother Jack both visited the set of Fox's movie Titanic and were pictured with one of the stars, Audrey Dalton.
Emily lived at Ringwood, Cooperstown for the rest of her life and she died following a stroke on June 25th 1960 aged 66. She was buried in Lakewood Cemetery.
Secondary Source: Inquiry Affidavit
Secondary Source: Liability Deposition
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