WTT: AR 48 Asia server Yoimiya+BiS weapon(Thundering Pulse), Zhongli, Raiden Shogun, Qiqi, 52 days of welkin, Battlepass bought(currently Ivl 32) Deathmatch chosen

2021.09.28 15:20 hmmmmyooo WTT: AR 48 Asia server Yoimiya+BiS weapon(Thundering Pulse), Zhongli, Raiden Shogun, Qiqi, 52 days of welkin, Battlepass bought(currently Ivl 32) Deathmatch chosen

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2021.09.28 15:20 JackiSwear Looking for digital journaling tips.

I had been journaling pen and paper for about 3 years until someone read my journal and took a break (approx 5 years). Recently I gained the confidence to start writing again but I still think of someone reading what I have written and this makes me filter out what I write. Also, I don't feel confident.
I realized this is making me not want to journal. I recently tried to journal on Google Docs and it felt good. Problem is, I felt like I was doing an assignment. I tried adding table with horizontal lines (to make it feel like a book) but this is tedious as I have to keep on using 'Tab' key instead of 'Enter'. Let's not even get into the editing mess that this is. Ugh!
My questions are;

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2021.09.28 15:20 SK33LA Perchè i comuni non aprono a votazioni pubbliche per decisioni non critiche?

Nel comune che vorrei molte scelte sarebbero basate su votazione pubblica.
Mi spiego meglio, ogni anno sindaci (o chi per essi) fanno scelte che potrebbero essere demandate direttamente al cittadino:

Perchè non si lascia votare direttamente la popolazione? Anni fa nel mio comune, prima della festa principale venne affisso un foglio al comune riportando 5 o 6 papabili cantanti scelti in base ai loro cachet. Da quell'evento penso spessissimo a questo: perchè non si lascia decidere al cittadino quale cachet pagare con i soldi derivanti dalle loro stesse tasse? Perchè puntalmente un gruppo di 5 o 6 60enni decide che nella festa principale è opportuno strapagare un artista che andava di moda quando loro avevano 20 anni? Questa domanda è estendibile a diverse scelte che puntalmente un gruppo ristretto dentro al comune fa, scelte che non necessariamente coincidono con i gusti della cittadinanza, scelte per niente critiche, che potrebbero invece evitare lamentele (perchè il popolo ha deciso) ed evitare di avere da un giorno all'altro nuove installazioni artistiche che piacciono solo ad un ristrettissimo gruppo di persone.
Ormai oggi si possono fare scelte non critiche online, sempre più persone hanno lo spid e per scegliere il modello della fontana da installare nel quartiere basterebbe una votazione online (anche palese). Ho fatto un paio di googlate ed esistono già piattaforme progetatte per questo, dovrebbero integrare spid come metodo di autenticazione e l'aspetto tecnologico sarebbe praticamente risolto.
Nel comune che vorreste, immaginate un meccanismo del genere?
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2021.09.28 15:20 Lex_Felix Trust me, you don't want to.

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2021.09.28 15:20 fuzzywuzzy312 The struggle is real in Chicago today.

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2021.09.28 15:20 AlonelyShrimp Any players still under level 20

Hey if your a player under level 20 still for some reason I got 600k I am willing to spend to help you out. Im bored and am willing to buy you crap from flea.
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2021.09.28 15:20 DeterminedMindful I can't stop getting boners

It's day 4 and I can't even lay down without getting a boner
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2021.09.28 15:20 ThatOneBlackGuy123 2 questions here

1: Would you say the belief that Jesus is sometimes portrayed to be more of an actual avatar of God rather than simply a son? 2: How come God allows good things to happen but also allows 4000 people to die of COVID, Is God more mysterious than God or?
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2021.09.28 15:20 QueeLinx Examining the numbers behind new census option to share multiracial heritage (OH)

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2021.09.28 15:20 rdblono Inside The Rivian Plant With The Company's Manufacturing Chief

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2021.09.28 15:20 enjoyhindicomics Ask Anything Thread

Use this thread to ask anything at all!
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2021.09.28 15:20 SpamAccountLmaoo Street Woman Fighter - Episode 5 Discussion

Street Woman Fighter - Episode 5 Discussion
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2021.09.28 15:20 Formal-Cartoonist-66 [H] Walmart GCs [W] %80 Crypto

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2021.09.28 15:20 Keyziiee Thoughts?

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2021.09.28 15:20 kuletxcore The Commander-in-chief's adjutant-slash-secretary - A preview of Loyalists' Black Ops mod

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2021.09.28 15:20 RasputistaFrostbite How do I accurately load balance a conveyor line into tenths?

I have no idea how to split a conveyor line into even tenths (it’s for nuclear power). Can someone send me a diagram? Thanks!
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2021.09.28 15:20 Zaicoodk Bifrost - 11 hours que?!

So, I've been sitting in que for EU Bifrost for 2 hours now. I've moved 500 places forward in the que, in 2 hours. Currently I am #4500 in que, which means there is 9 hours que left to go...
Seriously, wtf is this?
If they don't increase server capacity asap., people like me who get home from work won't be able to either play or is required to stay logged in 24/7 somehow, over the next couple of days.

This is complete BS.
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2021.09.28 15:20 CaptainVesta Can’t find a match for these possible antique chairs, wondering if anybody had any keywords that could assist?

I was given these chairs along with a table (which I don’t think is part of a set) when I moved into my house, but am looking to get rid of them. I noticed the manufacturer name (Radomsko) on a label on the bottom and found that it was a long established manufacturer. Are these worth anything, or should they just go for free to a good home? I got them from an elderly friend of my Grandma, who in all likelihood bought them when they were new. Any help is appreciated!
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2021.09.28 15:20 Air-Mattress What bird is this? Florida West Coast.

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2021.09.28 15:20 garthastro Opera of the Day for Tuesday, September 28, 2021: Richard Wagner Tristan und Isolde Orange 1973. Birgit Nilsson, Jon Vickers, Ruth Hesse, Walter Berry, Bengt Rundgren. Karl Boehm, Conductor.

It's difficult to imagine the deep and passionate rift between the Brahms and the Wagner factions durinig the 19th century. Wagner's unsavory and controversial nature and opinions contributed to the high passions and deep disdain for the musical direction he was pioneering, even if his supreme talent could not be denied.
Tristan und Isolde
Acts 1 & 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjAOH1fV-xY&t=1131s
Act 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjAOH1fV-xY&t=1131s
Online English Libretto: http://www.impresario.ch/libretto/libwagtri_e.htm
From Wikipedia:
"Tristan is often granted a special place in musical history; many see it as the beginning of the move away from conventional harmony and tonality and consider that it lays the groundwork for the direction of classical music in the 20th century."
Despite it's special place in history, the aforementioned disdain was quit a bit on display during the United States premiere of Tristan, which took place on 1 December 1886.

Metropolitan Opera House 
December 1, 1886
United States Premiere
TRISTAN UND ISOLDE {1} Wagner-Wagner
Tristan.................Albert Niemann Isolde..................Lilli Lehmann Kurwenal................Adolf Robinson Brangäne................Marianne Brandt King Marke..............Emil Fischer Melot...................Rudolph Von Milde Sailor's Voice..........Max Alvary Shepherd................Otto Kemlitz Steersman...............Emil Sänger
Conductor...............Anton Seidl
Director................Mr. Van Hell
Tristan und Isolde received eight performances this season.
As the premiere of such an important work is an event of note, the music critics of the day were on hand to give their insight and opinions. It's always enjoyable to note when a critic gets it wrong, and it is especially so in light of the derision and condscension the critic shows primarily to the public. This is also an excellent example of how a work of art takes hold with the public despite the opinion of critics. This is from the review of the first performance on 1 December. "TRISTAN UND ISOLDE" FOR ONCE WAGNERITES HAVE IT ALL THEIR OWN WAY. FIRST PERFORMANCE IN AMERICA OF A WORK NOT WANTED OUTSIDE OF GERMANY, AND NOT TOO OFTEN THERE - BEGINNING OF THE END OF THE CRAZE FOR SYMPHONIC MUSIC IN OPERA "Wagner's "Tristan and Isolde" was represented at the Metropolitan Opera House last evening for the first time in this country. Its performance, which occupied quite four hours and was not brought to an end until midnight, was witnessed by a large number of persons, whose curiosity was shown by sustained attention and whose approval of the production was attested by recalls after the first, the second and the third acts. The occasion, involving as it did the initial hearing in America of one of the most exacting of lyric achievements, was, on the whole, a notable one and its brilliancy was to have been expected. It would, nevertheless, be absurd to proclaim that it is likely to be attended with consequences of unusual moment, or to seek in a natural expression of interest in a remarkable art work any serious iconoclastic tendency on the part of the public. Still, there is no question that some queer people will discern in it a determination on the part of the public to overthrow its ancient gods and unite in the cult of Richard Wagner. That a small, noisy, and, in respect of its most loud-mouthed leaders, noisome and rather uncultured faction of the public has long been ready to do so goes without saying. There is slight danger, however, that the bulk of the community will join in the worship of the few and that the eternal laws of beauty and the dictates of common sense will be disregarded in deference to either will power or clamor. The tribute paid the opera and its performance last night was simply intended as homage to the rare characteristics of the music-drama and to the excellence of its representation. It had no further significance; remembering, indeed, that Wagner is no more and that the genius and "savoir faire," the exercise of which made his theories temporarily tenable, are interred with his bones, we should not be surprised if Wagnerism, pure, simple, and exclusive as genuine Wagnerism must be, had said its final word in New York." Review from the performance of 6 December: "The second performance of "Tristan and Isolde" took place at the Metropolitan Opera House last evening, and brought together a very large audience. The progress of the music-drama was watched with the same continuous attention that marked its hearing on Wednesday - sundry interruptions by audible conversations held in the boxes being resented yesterday with something akin to fierceness - and while the representation was not broken in upon by applause, the lowering of the curtain upon each of the three acts was followed by a series of most enthusiastic recalls, to which the artists responded with cheerful alacrity." From the fifth performance of 12 January 1887: "'Tristan und Isolde" was represented once more last evening at the Metropolitan Opera House, which was filled in every part. That Wagner's typical music drama is sufficiently attractive to the general public to draw overflowing audiences for many successive nights is open to question; that its occasional revival invariably finds favor with music lovers of the advanced school and with German pleasure seekers has been proved again and again since its production in this city was effected." From the performance of 22 January:He's still trying to imply that the interest is a novelty. "Whether most of the spectators that witnessed yesterday's representation of "Tristan and Isolde" at the Metropolitan Opera House were drawn thither by curiosity, interest, or admiration is a question that it would be rather difficult to solve; the fact remains, however, that the receipts were the largest ever taken in since German opera was first given in this city. That popular taste is not likely, for any protracted period, to incline to works the very beauties of which are of so recondite a nature as to exact such study and preparation as few people care to bestow upon a task of this sort may be confidently predicted; that music lovers and the public at large reveal just now a strong penchant for Wagner is, on the other hand, undeniable. It is doubtful if in Germany, even, "Tristan and Isolde" could be sung quite as frequently and as profitably in the course of a single season; it is this very excess of longing for the music-drama, as typified by its ripest product, that makes one believe that the feeling referred to as existing in this city may not be lasting. Meanwhile, as implied, it is undoubtedly general and potent. The immense audience gathered at the Metropolitan Opera House yesterday not only mustered at the doors before they were opened, but remained until the last note of the score was reached." And for the final performance of the season on 7 February: "The final performance of "Tristan and Isolde," and the farewell appearance in New York, this season at any rate, of Herr Albert Niemann, proved the potent magnet that drew to the Metropolitan Opera House last evening the largest audience that has been gathered in its auditorium these three years. Every box, every seat in parquet, balcony, and gallery, and every foot of standing room was occupied, and, although the representation did not finish until midnight, the throng that witnessed the denouement of the music-drama showed no falling off from its earliest proportions." 
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2021.09.28 15:20 sophiesbloguk October Set-Up

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2021.09.28 15:20 Dylan_DRC Can someone tell me all extreme demon trilogies?

All i know the Apocalyptic Trilogy and the Technology Trilogy
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2021.09.28 15:20 XIMOIX About call of duty cold war and vanguard matchmaking

I dont see any sbmm on this game i did take my friend account and he have the worst kd i ever saw like 0.33 and his lvl was 49 so i play with it some machs and there is no easy lobbies and i get 400+lvl and sweety players also and my kd is 1.4 and i got the same thing if there sbmm i dont see it qlso in vangrad beta 1 and beta 2 and alpha my average kd between 3.0 and 4.0 and it was normal most of matchs was normal and easy and 2 or 3 maches was hard like any other cod so i dont know if even there sbmm on this game or vangrad
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2021.09.28 15:20 wiredog369 Milley, Austin, McKenzie to testify on chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal at Senate hearing

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