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My Little Pony: Pony Life is an American animated TV series on Discovery Family that serves as a G4.5 spin-off of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. The show is set in the Sugarcube Corner, a bakery ran by Pinkie Pie where she and her friends hang out. However, the bakery also houses a mysterious cache of magical potions to be broken out when the need arises.

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2023.03.30 19:54 pretentious_hat Blaming me for his dreams

I am no longer with this narc and I've blocked out a lot of what happened in that relationship, so once in a while I'll randomly remember something horrible and absurd.
This morning I remembered how I would wake up to find he wasn't sleeping next to me. I'd find him on the couch, where he'd roll over and refuse to speak to me. After a couple of hours, he'd explain that he had a dream that I'd cheated on him (I never did irl). I got the silent treatment for the rest of the day. This happened about once a month.
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2023.03.30 19:52 coltonstewart806 hot_bowler3564

I bought two solo videos from her - shower and a striptease + more; she video verified, those two went well.
We set up a girl girl video, she said her friend agreed, we agreed on half then half after the video. She disappeared on telegram for the weekend, then tried to get me to pay the rest first. Then blocked me on telegram when I wanted the video first like we agreed.
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2023.03.30 19:52 pretentious_hat Blaming me for his dreams

I am no longer with this narc and I've blocked out a lot of what happened in that relationship, so once in a while I'll randomly remember something horrible and absurd.
This morning I remembered how I would wake up to find he wasn't sleeping next to me. I'd find him on the couch, where he'd roll over and refuse to speak to me. After a couple of hours, he'd explain that he had a dream that I'd cheated on him (I never did irl). I got the silent treatment for the rest of the day. This happened about once a month.
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2023.03.30 19:52 reaglesham We’re living through one of the most interesting periods in crypto history

I feel like we’re all probably numb to this reality after the year that we’ve had, but I think we might be deep in the midst of the most interesting period in crypto’s short history. Let’s just take stock of the chaos:
And lastly:
All this during the longest bear market in crypto history! And yet, Bitcoin has been holding strong lately. Even in the face of banking collapses and widespread fear of a global recession, BTC is (at least for now) on the rise. Big companies like Google, Amazon, Microsoft and more are experimenting with crypto infrastructure, even in the heart of a bear market. Not to mention the now-beloved Reddit Collectible Avatars breathing life back into an ailing and widely maligned NFT market.
If you’re exhausted, I don’t blame you - look what we’ve been through - but it’s undeniably interesting, dramatic and wild.
Whether we’re early or not, crypto continues to be a rollercoaster!
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2023.03.30 19:51 EB123456789101112 The answer is NOT MORE POLICE IN SCHOOLS!

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2023.03.30 19:50 AllenKingAndCollins Curtis Axel on Brock Lesnar: "We stopped for a second and he said 'I’m going to beat your ass all the way to the corner and take a step back. And when I come back, I want you to beat my ass all the way back to the other corner. If it’s not up to my standards, you know what’s going to happen to you.'

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2023.03.30 19:49 kennithclara80 Momma needs a loyal cub that won’t block me after the first payment ❤️😍😘

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2023.03.30 19:48 LeeSinToYoHeart23 Fixing dog chewed corners
Dog chewed corners of the wall , how would I fix this one? It's not quite wood it's more cardboard like material.
Thanks in advance!
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2023.03.30 19:47 Adi2022 Is this a good build

Is this a good build
Is this build good?
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2023.03.30 19:47 teftyteft Made a comparison vid on the MPC One, Live2, Key 61 ... Yes, I know NAMM is around the corner 🤣

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2023.03.30 19:46 travelersessentials Places to visit in the USA

Places to visit in the USA
With over 9 million square kilometers of land, the United States offers the world great and exemplary cities, magnificent national parks, beaches, and enchanting islands.
Besides being a military power, North America is also one of the world's most visited countries due to its number two position in tourism.
Here are our Top 28 Best Tourist Places in the United States.
  1. New Orleans
The southeast Louisiana city of New Orleans is described as beautiful, vibrant, relaxed and fun.
With its French and Spanish heritage, as well as its accentuated Afro-American features, it expresses American multiculturalism in its architecture, music, and cuisine.
Since President Thomas Jefferson bought New Orleans from Napoleon Bonaparte for $15 million, it has been a wonderful rarity in America.
The French Quarter is the most eclectic city in the country, with its cultural hallmarks added throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.
  1. Memphis
The Memphis of Elvis Presley holds true material and spiritual jewels behind its industrial facade.
Among the most influential music venues in the United States is Memphis. This is where Johnny Cash, the king of the country, B.B. King, the king of blues, and Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll performed.
In spite of Graceland, Elvis's mansion, and Beale Street club, where B.B. 's guitar was played, Memphis isn't just about music.
It was built in the same place where Martin Luther King Jr., leader of the civil rights movement for African Americans, was assassinated. Civil rights have been a long-standing struggle for black Americans.
Also worth visiting are the Museum of Childhood, the Pink Palace Museum, Isla Mud, and the Memphis Pyramid.
  1. Asheville
Asheville, located in the Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina, is known for its vast green spaces and craft beer.
There are numerous parks and picturesque mountain paths to breathe fresh air and contemplate beautiful landscapes for those who enjoy hiking, excursions, and simply walking.
The Biltmore estate, the country's largest private mansion, is very close to Asheville. Magnate George Vanderbilt commissioned the construction of this 250-room palace and 50,000-hectare estate.
It's possible you'll stay in the same room that America's greatest inventors, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, John Rockefeller, and the escapist Harry Houdini, Enrico Caruso, once stayed at the Grove Park Inn. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the former president.
There is no shortage of azaleas at Cape Fear Botanic Gardens, and their spectacular spring blooms fill the air with color.
Basilica of San Lorenzo boasts North America's largest free-standing elliptical dome, a turn-of-the-20th-century temple.
  1. Redwood National Park
There are 540 km2 of physical space in the far north of California, off the Pacific coast. Redwood trees can reach heights of more than 115 meters and can live for up to 3 thousand years in the forest.
You will gain a better understanding of what humans represent in the ecosystem if you picnic or camp near these giants of nature.
Redwood's roads take you deep into the woods or close to the coast's beautiful beaches.
This park, which was used in the film Return of the Jedi from the Star Wars saga, is home to brown pelicans, white-headed sea eagles, northern spotted owls, and Steller sea lions.
  1. Denver
In the Rocky Mountains at 1,600 meters above sea level, Denver is a large Colorado city. A combination of natural spaces and man-made comforts.
Tourists and businessmen visit the city to enjoy its charms and take advantage of its economic strength.
For outdoor recreation, Rocky Mountain National Park, Cheesman Park, the Botanical Gardens, and the Zoological Gardens are excellent choices.
In spite of not competing in height with nearby skyscrapers, the cathedral-basilica dedicated to the Immaculate Conception stands out for its sober beauty.
  1. Glacier National Park
With more than 4,100 km2, this park borders Canada and has 130 lakes, in addition to its two mountain systems, Lewis and Livingston.
There are an infinite number of species of flora and fauna in the high snow-capped mountains, including the mountain goat, the park's official symbol.
After shaping its mountains and leaving amazing beauty spots, the glaciers that have disappeared in the last 15,000 years gave this place its name.
Grizzly bears, mules, mouflons, and Canadian lynx are among the species protected in Glacier National Park, one of the best-preserved ecosystems in the country.
The activities to be carried out include fishing, alpine skiing, camping, and hiking.
7. Chicago
Chicago, the "windy city", probably has the best weather in the country.
Restaurants and menus from all over the world make up its gastronomic offer. Likewise, Chicago is the axis of the manifestation of human genius in art and culture.
The Field Museum of Natural History houses more than 20 million natural and cultural objects, making it one of the world's largest museums. The museum's collection of fossils includes Sue, the most complete tyrannosaurus ever found by science.
Chicago has a rich and influential musical life, similar to Memphis. Chicago Blues, Gospel, jazz, Chicago Soul, hip-hop, and the city's top orchestra can be heard there.
8. Natchez
Rich cotton plantation owners looking for a more pleasant summer vacation destination built Natchez's stately porticoed mansions in the 19th century.
In the midst of its large and beautiful gardens, Longwood, which was left unfinished by the civil war, remains very well preserved.
One of the architectural jewels of the southern United States, the cathedral-basilica of Santa Maria impresses with its interior view.
You should visit Natchez just to see the sunsets over the Mississippi River.
9. New York
The "navel of the world", the "capital of the world", the "city that never sleeps", and the "big apple", are some of the adjectives that describe New York.
With millions of residents in a metropolis where more than 170 languages are spoken, it is as rich in culture as it is in population.
There is no comparison to its culinary, museum, artistic, theatrical, musical, audiovisual, festive, sports, and shopping offerings.
The Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Empire State, Rockefeller Center, and Central Park are must-sees. A majestic man-made waterfall on the East River was recently added to this list.
10. Savannah
Despite being challenged for his brutal scorched earth policy during the Civil War, General William Sherman refused to destroy Savannah.
With its boats plying the river that gives it its name, its boulevards with trees that join their crowns making natural vaults, its traditional homes, and its parks and squares, Savannah embodies the old southern spirit like few cities.
Fans of paranormal phenomena will feel at home in this Georgian city, where "ghosts" are everywhere. At least 50 buildings in this "bewitched city" are said to have extrasensory manifestations, which is why it is called a "bewitched city."
Savannah's Gothic-style synagogue is a curiosity.
11. Grand Canyon
There are no words to describe how impressive the Grand Canyon is. The extent of its length exceeds 440 km and its chilling abysses exceed 1,600 meters.
Getting down to the Colorado River's bed is the best way to appreciate this work of nature. Water carved the gorge in a thousand-year-old erosive process.
Among the recreational activities offered by tour operators are hiking, mule rides, hiking, and rafting.
The Skywalk, a walkway with a glass floor more than 1,200 meters high, is an experience that cannot be missed. It's crazy!
12. Nashville
The Parthenon, a replica of the famous Greek building built at the end of the 19th century, is one of the reasons Nashville is called the "Athens of the South" for its educational system and architecture.
There is a 13-meter-high gold-plated statue of Athena in this Parthenon.
Tennessee's capital is also known as "Music City.". You can enjoy neoclassical architecture, a musical atmosphere, and home-style southern cuisine here.
The state capitol is housed in an elegant Greek Neo-Renaissance building built in the mid-19th century.
From colonization through the 20th century, the Tennessee State Museum offers an entertaining look at the state's history.
13. Saint Francis
Another American microcosm featuring cultures and people from all over the world can be found in the beautiful Californian city.
Its high standard of living is supported by the technological development of Silicon Valley, where Apple was born.
Golden Gate, now 81 years old, remains the city's iconic structure. Symbolic cable tram rides that go up the streets continue to attract tourists.
A visit to the oldest Chinatown in the United States is a must if you want to taste ancient and fascinating oriental cuisine.
260 meters high, the Transamerica Pyramid is the tallest skyscraper in San Francisco.
Throughout the year, the city by the bay hosts museums, musical and cultural festivals, sporting events, and shows of all kinds.
14. Lake Tahoe
Despite global warming and droughts, Lake Tahoe, located in the Sierra Nevada at almost 1,900 meters above sea level, has managed to preserve its reputation as one of the purest and clear bodies of water in the United States.
There are quaint towns and cities such as Reno and Carson City along the lake's perimeter.
In winter, Lake Tahoe and its surroundings are popular ski resorts, while in summer, hiking and boating are popular.
Bonanza often featured the blue waters of the lake, which has also been the setting for movies such as X-Men (2 and 3) and The Godfather.
15. Miami
There's nothing like a beach party in Miami. Several industries (commerce, communications, entertainment, finance) make the city one of the world's wealthiest metropolises, wealth that translates into well-being and a lifestyle few cities can match.
The green areas are well-maintained, as are the streets and beaches, which are completely clean when tourists arrive. The city's fabulous, glamorous, and exclusive shops, shopping centers, and restaurants offer a wide variety of cuisines.
More cruise ships arrive in Miami than anywhere else in the world, bringing tourists from around the globe who know there will be entertainment and pleasure in the "Magic City."
Here are 20 things you must do in Miami with our guide
16. San Diego
For many Americans, it is the best city in the United States because of its sunny and warm climate year-round.
Nearly 4,000 specimens of more than 650 species can be found at the world-famous city zoo in Balboa Park, a vast natural and cultural space.
In order to fully explore it, visitors must be in good physical condition.
There are 20 blocks of Victorian houses, galleries, shops, and restaurants in the Gaslamp Quarter, a historic district developed at the end of the 19th century.
One contribution of the US Navy Pacific Fleet to tourism is its USS Midway Museum, which is housed on the aircraft carrier that decommissioned in 1992.
Seaport Village on the Point Loma waterfront, the Museum of Art, Horton Plaza and the San Diego Mission are also equally attractive attractions.
17. Wine Country (California)
Wine Country, the region where Californian wines are made, including the Napa and Sonoma valleys, is the best place to taste them.
Hundreds of hectares of vines cover the plains with green. Wineries, quaint boutique hotels, and restaurants dot the region, where the best regional cuisine is accompanied by exquisite wines, many of which are grown in adjacent orchards.
From the grape to the bottle, wineries offer tours that blend traditional and modern winemaking techniques.
18. Washington D.C.
It is the capital. The city has less than 700,000 people but is second only to New York in terms of ethnic and gastronomic diversity.
As a political city, it has top-notch services for residents and tourists.
All tourists visit the Washington Monument, the Civil War Memorial, and the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in addition to the White House and the National Capitol, two architectural symbols of the capital.
The Smithsonian Institute has beautiful museums, one of which is the Natural History Museum with over 125 million specimens.
The Georgetown University campus is serenely beautiful, preceded by Healy Hall, a majestic building blending Romanesque and Baroque styles harmoniously.
19. Cape Cod
A long Massachusetts peninsula with excellent hotels and delicious seafood is ideal for spending days at the beach with the family.
The peninsula is dotted with windmills and picturesque towns such as Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee, Dennis, Brewster, Chatham, Eastham, Truro, and Provincetown.
In summer, vacationers from New England and other parts of the country flock to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.
20. Boston
This is the city where the Red Sox play baseball. The Tea Party of 1773, a precursor event to American independence, occurred in the beautiful capital of Massachusetts.
A museum dedicated to this event tells the story of the event through actors dressed in the style of the time.
A number of stately buildings and museums can be found in Boston's Historic District, including the Otis House and the Gibson House.
While the Science Museum is the main attraction for visitors, other artistic and museum spaces such as the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Museum of Natural History are equally popular.
The North End is a small universe of peoples and cultures that make the city a living paradise for those who enjoy Italian cuisine and culture.
21.Las Vegas
This is a story about Sin City.
A multitude of sumptuous hotels and casinos line the Strip and Fremont Street in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is impossible without visiting the Flamingo, Caesars Palace, Mirage, Venetian, Excalibur, or MGM Grand. This has always been the scene of memorable boxing matches.
Mafia Museum recalls the city's origins as an Italian-American criminal organization initiative. Among the gangsters, you will meet the most infamous and ingenious scammers in the world.
Las Vegas' first hotel-casino, The Flamingo, was the brainchild of gangster Bugsy Siegel, a partner and subordinate of Lucky Luciano, who saw the advantages of having an isolated place for betting, roulette, and shows.
Take a day trip from the city of sin to the Grand Canyon, a few kilometers away.
Vegan desserts offer entertainment options for motorsport fans. Excursions on 2, 3, and 4-wheel machines are organized by the hotels themselves.
22. Portland
A charming city, Portland is crossed by the Willamette River and is guarded by Santa Elena, Hood, and Tabor, its most emblematic mountains.
While the green and welcoming city parks invite you to relax, the nearby mountains invite you to hike and breathe fresh air.
As well as being a musical city, Portland has beautiful parks and a high standard of living that have made it a popular setting for movies and television shows.
The Art Museum houses work by Van Gogh and Monet. The Museum of Science and Industry preserves the submarine used in the film, The Hunt for Red October.
With its multitude of food trucks and street stalls, Portland is one of the American cities with the best craft beers.
In the Cascades, Mount Hood is the fourth highest peak at 3,426 meters above sea level.
This is the land of Nirvana, grunge, and guitarist Jimmy Hendrix. Musical influences abound in this city as well.
In addition to the Mariners, Seattle is also home to Amazon and Starbucks. In the United States, the city competes with Silicon Valley for technological supremacy.
The Museum of Pop Culture, the Asian Art Museum, and the Chihuly Glass Garden are all worth a visit.
The cemetery in which Bruce Lee and his son Brandon are buried also attracts hundreds of tourists, whether they are martial arts fans or not.
Enjoy the playful sea lions of Lake Washington.
24. Deadwood
Deadwood, located in South Dakota in the central-northern part of the country, has retained the spirit of the old western town it once was despite its location in the middle of the country.
Deadwood's large population of criminals and adventurers produced at least one death every day by the end of the 19th century. It had more saloons than residences, nine out of ten women were prostitutes, and nine out of ten men were prostitution dealers.
There are dueling gunmen, allusive museums, modern gambling dens, and rodeo shows in this picturesque town that harmlessly recreate its legendary and violent past.
The grave of the notorious adventurer and gunslinger, Wild Bill, shot to death at a card table in 1876, is a landmark associated with the city's past. He died with 2 aces and 2 eights, the now infamous and inauspicious "dead man's hand."
25. Kansas City
Kansas steak is America's most famous cut of meat and is prepared like no other by city dwellers at barbecue joints.
Live jazz is offered throughout the week in the city that straddles the Missouri and Kansas rivers.
Visit the Nelson-Atkins Museum's sculpture garden for a picnic and free admission.
Weapons, objects found in European trenches, vehicles, uniforms, and other items used during the bloody and brutal Great War are on display at the National Museum of the First World War.
You will also love Kansas City's "First Friday", a monthly cultural event in the Crossroads district combining art and gastronomy.
The Museum of the Negro Leagues is a must-see for baseball fans.
26. Key West
In the past, this island in the Florida Straits was a haven for pirates.
Key West is a place where you can forget about the noise. A tourist bus ride of about an hour and a half will take you past the main attractions, including the house where Ernest Hemingway lived and is now a museum.
Duval Street offers excellent restaurants and nightlife options if you forget your swimsuit or other clothing or accessory.
There is a rich and beautiful biodiversity in the mangrove forests of Key West. A paddle board or kayak tour will leave you feeling energized for the rest of the day.
In Dry Tortugas National Park, 110 km from Key West, you can dive in reefs with clear waters.
A sunset viewing in Mallory Square with music and street performers is another must-do activity in Key West.
27. Mount Rushmore
Between 1927 and 1941, Keystone Mountain in South Dakota was carved into granite.
Danish-American artist Gutzon Borglum and his son Lincoln sculpted the 60-foot-tall faces of celebrated presidents Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln.
400 carvers participated, guided by plaster models preserved in this National Monument, built to honor the most representative characters of American history's first century and a half.
One of the most symbolic places in the country is Mount Rushmore. Each year, it receives more than 3 million visitors.
28. Yellowstone National Park
World's oldest national park. It is the enormous caldera of the largest volcano on the American continent, a monster that could wipe out all life on earth if it erupted.
Even though there have been no eruptions for 640,000 years, it still attracts hundreds of visitors with its spectacular geysers.
Among the more than 500 geysers formed in the park, Old Faithful is the most famous, erupting at 93°C and 40 meters high almost every hour.
Lamar Valley, with its mountains as sentinels, is a great place to camp for hikers and wildlife watchers.
There are trout in Yellowstone Lake and beautiful waterfalls in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.
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101.2M Moz Ag + 2.45Mt Mn in Measured and Indicated Resources & 38.8 Moz Ag + 0.8Mt Mn in Inferred Resources
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - March 2, 2023) - Aftermath Silver Ltd. (TSXV: AAG) (OTCQB: AAGFF) (the "Company" or "Aftermath Silver") is pleased to announce a new Mineral Resource estimate for the 100% owned Berenguela silver-copper-manganese project in southern Peru ("Berenguela" or the "Project'). The Mineral Resource is reported in accordance with National Instrument 43‐101 ("NI 43‐101") and the estimate was completed by AMC Mining Consultants (Canada) Ltd. ("AMC").
Publication of this Mineral Resource estimate is a major milestone for the Berenguela project. It represents the culmination of 15 months of work by Aftermath's team in Peru and its consultants. The Mineral Resource Estimate is based on a geological model incorporating data from 386 drill holes including 63 diamond core holes drilled by Aftermath in 2021/2022, and historical drilling data from 32 diamond core and 291 RC holes drilled between 2004 and 2019. The current estimate confirms and expands the previous historical Mineral Resources and is based on the most extensive geological model of the Berenguela deposit to date, which significantly enhances the understanding of the deposit.
The company is now proceeding to initiate advanced metallurgical testwork programs on bulk drill core samples from key mineralized domains targeted in its drill program. This testwork will encompass flowsheets for silver, copper and zinc recovery and ultimately identify the potential manganese products including focusing on battery grade manganese sulphate (MnSO4).
Ralph Rushton, President of Aftermath Silver, commented: "We're excited to publish this Mineral Resource estimate, with manganese resources now included in addition to substantial silver and copper resources across the Measured, Indicated and Inferred categories. The overall potential value of the resource has been significantly enhanced by the inclusion of manganese. We're now focused on our upcoming metallurgical testwork. We believe that Berenguela may be one of the most significant undeveloped projects in Latin America offering investors exposure to silver and battery metals."
Mineral Resource Estimate
Table 1. Berenguela Ag-Cu-Mn deposit Mineral Resource as of 31 January 2023
  • CIM Definition Standards (2014) were used for reporting the Mineral Resources.
  • The effective date of the estimate is 31 January 2023.
  • The Qualified Person is Dinara Nussipakynova, P.Geo., of AMC Mining Consultants (Canada) Ltd.
  • Mineral Resources are constrained by an optimized pit shell using the assumptions in Table 2.
  • No dilution or mining recovery applied.
  • Silver equivalency (AgEq) formula is AgEq = Ag+ Cu%\121.905+Mn%*22.809+Zn%*41.463 based on the parameters in Table 2.*
  • Cut-off grade is 80g/t AgEq.
  • Bulk density used was estimated and variable. but averaged 2.30 tonnes/m\*3* for mineralized material and 2.25 tonnes/m\*3* for waste.
  • Drilling results up to 13 October 2022.
  • Mineral Resources that are not Mineral Reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability.
  • The numbers may not compute exactly due to rounding.
  • Mineral Resources are depleted for historic mined out material.
  • The relative value in the Mineral Resource by metal is as follows, Ag=26% Cu=26%, Mn=44%, Zn=4%.
Source: AMC, (2023).
The Mineral Resource estimate used conceptual open pit mining constraints for reporting purposes and is presented in Table 1. Mineral Resources are stated at a cut‐off grade of 80 g/t silver equivalent (AgEq) which equates to a 3.55% manganese equivalent cut-off grade. The relative value in the Mineral Resource by metal is as follows, Ag=26%, Mn=44%, Cu=26%, Zn=4% using metal prices for Agri-MnSO4 which generally trades at a considerable discount to battery grade manganese sulphate. The model is depleted for historical mining activities.
The assumptions for the open pit optimization exercise to constrain the Mineral Resource and confirm reasonable prospects for eventual economic extraction are shown in Table 2.
Table 2. Assumptions for pit optimization
Source: AMC, (2023).
Further details supporting the geological model, estimation procedure, sampling and metallurgical testwork will be available in a NI 43-101 technical report. The Technical Report will be posted under the Company's profile at, the report is well advanced and is expected to be filed on SEDAR within 45 days.
Mineral Resource Estimate Details
The Mineral Resource estimate is based on a geological model which consisted of data from 386 drillholes including data collected by Aftermath and some from previous drilling. Lithological wireframes were constructed by Rockridge Partnership & Associates (Rockridge) using LeapFrog© software and were used to constrain the interpolation. The five domains were reviewed by the independent Qualified Person ("QP") and were accepted for estimation purposes after minor modification.
Rockridge completed an ordinary kriging estimate for the four metals with economic significance: silver, manganese, copper and zinc. Calcium and magnesium, as well as bulk density, were estimated using inverse distance squared. Prior to estimation, drillhole data were composited to an average length of 1.0 m. Capping was evaluated for all variables within each domain and carried out where required. No estimation was carried out outside of the domains. For all domains the parent block size was 10 mE x 10 mN x 5 mRL with sub‐blocking employed. Sub‐blocking resulted in minimum cell dimensions of 2.5 mE x 2.5 mN x 0.05 mRL.
Bulk density was based on 509 measurements and was estimated into the block model. The values in the model averaged 2.30 tonnes/m3 for mineralized material and 2.25 tonnes/m3 for waste.
Mineral Resource classification was completed by the QP using an assessment of geological and mineralization continuity, data quality and data density. Estimation passes were used as an initial guide for classification. Wireframes were then generated manually to build coherent volumes for the different classes. The block model was classified as Measured, Indicated, and Inferred Mineral Resources as appropriate.
The QP has not identified any known legal, political, environmental, or other risks that could materially affect the potential development of the mineral resources. However, it is recognized that there is social unrest in Peru currently.
Quality Assurance and Quality Control and Date Verification
Aftermath instigated a robust quality assurance/quality control ("QA/QC") program as advised by AMC. The data base for resource estimation consists of historic data as well as data collected by Aftermath. The previous drilling, carried out predominantly by SSR Mining, was validated by twin and replicate holes.
Aftermath completed a QA/QC program for their core drilling, covering the period 6 December 2021 to 17 May 2022. In addition, a selection of pulps and coarse rejects from the drilling campaigns managed by previous owners of the Property were re-assayed. The re-assaying programs also included the submission of QA/QC samples. In the QA/QC program certified reference materials ("CRMs"), blanks, and duplicate samples were monitored for Ag, Mn, Cu, and Zn; insertion rates were generally between 5% and 10%.
The QP, Dinara Nussipakynova, P.Geo. considers sample preparation, analytical, and security protocols employed by Aftermath Silver to be acceptable. The QP has reviewed the QA/QC procedures used by Aftermath Silver including the use of certified reference materials, blank, duplicate, and umpire data, and considers the assay database to be adequate for Mineral Resource estimation.
The QP also carried out data verification both on site and on the database. This included a review of the assay database and collar locations. The QP considers the assay database to be acceptable for Mineral Resource estimation.
Mineralization at Berenguela is hosted principally in thickly bedded, folded limestones and dolomitized limestones of mid-Cretaceous age. Several large bodies of black massive, patchy, and fracture-controlled manganese oxide replacement mineralization occur, with associated silver, copper, and zinc enrichment. Mineralisation is stratigraphically localised above a regional detachment zone particularly where footwall horsts coincide with more intense folding of the carbonate hosts.
The bulk of the mineralisation is typically preserved as eroded synform remnants, usually exposed at surface and trending 105-120 degrees. Mapping and resource modelling shows the mineralisation to extend for roughly 1,300 m along strike (including a 100 m discontinuity) with a width of 200 to 400 m. Drilling has shown the mineralisation to extend to up to 80 m below surface where preserved.
Berenguela is interpreted as a carbonate replacement deposit (CRD) of an unusual hypogene Mn-oxide style localised above a regional detachment zone in a low temperature, oxidising setting.
Qualified Person
The Mineral Resource estimate, QA/QC review and data verification was completed by Ms Dinara Nussipakynova, P.Geo., Principal Geologist with AMC who is the QP for the purpose of NI 43‐101 for all technical information pertaining to the current Mineral Resource. Aftermath's quality assurance and quality control program was reviewed by the QP who has also reviewed the technical content of this news release for Berenguela and has approved its dissemination.
Further details supporting the geological model, estimation procedure and metallurgical testwork will be available in an NI 43‐101 Technical Report disclosing the results of the PEA which will be posted under the Company's profile at within 45 days.
Michael Parker, a Fellow of the AusIMM and a non-independent director of Aftermath, is a non-independent qualified person, as defined by NI 43-101. Mr. Parker has reviewed the technical content of this news release and consents to the information provided in the form and context in which it appears.
About Aftermath Silver Ltd.
Aftermath Silver Ltd. is a leading Canadian junior exploration company focused on silver, and aims to deliver shareholder value through the discovery, acquisition and development of quality silver projects in stable jurisdictions. Aftermath has developed a pipeline of projects at various stages of advancement. The Company's projects have been selected based on growth and development potential.
  • Berenguela Silver-Copper project. The Company has an option to acquire a 100% interest through a binding agreement with SSR Mining. The project is located in the Department of Puno, in southern central Peru. A NI 43-101 Technical Report on the property was filed in February 2021 (available on SEDAR and the Company's web page). The Company is currently drilling at Berenguela and planning to advance the project through a pre-feasibility study.
  • Challacollo Silver-Gold project. The Company recently completed the acquisition of a 100% interest in the Challacollo silver-gold project from Mandalay Resources; see Company news release dated August 11, 2022. A NI 43-101 mineral resource was released on December 15, 2020 (available on SEDAR and the Company's web page). The Company is currently permitting road access in anticipation of an upcoming drill program.
  • Cachinal Silver-Gold project. The Company owns a 100% interest in the Cachinal Ag-Au project, located 2.5 hours south of Antofagasta. On February 15, 2023, Aftermath announced it had signed a Share Purchase Agreement an agreement to sell Cachinal to Honey Badger Silver Inc. On September 16, 2020, the Company released a CIM compliant Mineral Resource and accompanying NI 43-101 Technical Report (available on SEDAR and on the Company's web page).
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Certain of the statements and information in this news release constitute "forward-looking information" within the meaning of applicable Canadian provincial securities laws. Any statements or information that express or involve discussions with respect to interpretation of exploration programs and drill results, predictions, expectations, beliefs, plans, projections, objectives, assumptions or future events or performance (often, but not always, using words or phrases such as "expects", "is expected", "anticipates", "believes", "plans", "projects", "estimates", "assumes", "intends", "strategies", "targets", "goals", "forecasts", "objectives", "budgets", "schedules", "potential" or variations thereof or stating that certain actions, events or results "may", "could", "would", "might" or "will" be taken, occur or be achieved, or the negative of any of these terms and similar expressions) are not statements of historical fact and may be forward-looking statements or information.
These statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results or events to differ materially from those anticipated in such forward‐looking statements. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward‐looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the forward‐looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward‐looking statements include, but are not limited to, changes in commodities prices; changes in expected mineral production performance; unexpected increases in capital costs; exploitation and exploration results; continued availability of capital and financing; differing results and recommendations in the Feasibility Study; and general economic, market or business conditions. In addition, forward‐looking statements are subject to various risks, including but not limited to operational risk; political risk; currency risk; capital cost inflation risk; that data is incomplete or inaccurate. The reader is referred to the Company's filings with the Canadian securities regulators for disclosure regarding these and other risk factors, accessible through Aftermath Silver's profile at [*](*
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This News Release has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of Canadian National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (''NI 43-101'') and the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum Definition Standards, which differ from the requirements of U.S. securities laws. NI 43-101 is a rule developed by the Canadian Securities Administrators that establishes standards for all public disclosure an issuer makes of scientific and technical information concerning mineral projects. Canadian public disclosure standards, including NI 43-101, differ significantly from the requirements of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC"), and information concerning mineralization, deposits, mineral reserve and resource information contained or referred to herein may not be comparable to similar information disclosed by U.S. companies.
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2023.03.30 19:46 Negative-Safe4379 Need advice. I got my cat from a bodega when she was a kitten, I raised her. She will be 5 soon….

I’ve lived with my parents my whole life and just moved out a few weeks ago ( a few blocks away) and I am so anxious about leaving my cat. I know I live close and I can visit but it’s still not the same. My parents house has a terrace and she loves my dad so I can’t take her. I feel so much stress as if I abandoned her but my father says she doesn’t care. I have a few questions, how can I get over this separation anxiety because it’s taking over my life now?
Other question: Does my cat love my father more? She does follow me around and wants to play with me but she never jumped into bed with me, or sat next to me on the couch. When my dad is in bed she jumps into his bed, purrs and lays near him, when he’s watching tv she jumps on couch to be near him. She never does that with me and even if I sit next to her while she’s sitting on the couch she jumps off. Does she love my dad more?
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2023.03.30 19:46 Overtonesun Help! My 4 months old puppy ONLY does her business indoors! She can hold up to 5 hours without doing anything outside. I’m desperate for tips!

I’ve tried everything but she has never done a pee outside so I can reward her for good behaviour. I’m desperate, please help me as my house is becoming impregnated with horrible smells. She learned to potty pad when she was 2 months and because she couldn’t go outside until fully vaccinated she thinks it’s ok to keep doing it. The problem is that she ONLY does it indoors! Here’s what I’ve tried so far: removed all pads and carpets; took her out first thing in the morning (she held 3 hours until came home to do it); scheduling her eating/drinking and taking her out after meals 3 times a day; cleaning her spot with enzyme cleaner and blocking the way with furniture (she finds another spot); firmly saying “No!” and taking her to the balcony immediately after she does it inside (balcony is a better option than indoors); say “potty” everytime I’m with her outside (she just sniffs the floor); putting her pad with her pee or newspapers on the ground outside (she ignores or starts destroying them)…I tried everything I read and watched out there. Can anyone has other tips? I live in an apartment so I cannot leave her outside for hours until she pees on her own.
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2023.03.30 19:46 petroscity Would perimeter beta designs like this be to big or not efficient for a city block? I want to unload a 1x4 train to a 8 wide bus and I hate doing that inside the city block and would rather do it in the “perimeter”

Would perimeter beta designs like this be to big or not efficient for a city block? I want to unload a 1x4 train to a 8 wide bus and I hate doing that inside the city block and would rather do it in the “perimeter” submitted by petroscity to factorio [link] [comments]

2023.03.30 19:45 Distinct_Arugula9953 AITA for not wanting to respond to a message from an old friend?

An ex friend who I haven't spoken to in over 7 years recently messaged me on Facebook.
Backstory: We were childhood friends, but we often fought. I (41F) and she (41F) have not seen each other physically since 2003. Now, when we were kids, I was no angel - BUT I never did anything that most high school friends don't experience (petty gossip, etc.) She was tall and thin and I was short and obese. I was the funny queer one. She had a few issues with boys and her parents, and I was more involved with school and theatre and had a bigger social circle. She was more affluent than me as well. She often would make backhanded comments about my weight or my clothes, and in turn I would be cutting with my sarcasm about her vanity or her intelligence.
Old tensions flared up in 2010 and I decided we were better off just letting the friendship fizzle out. She (I felt) was often friends with me out of convenience. She liked to tell others I was jealous of her (even stating my then husband was only with me because she turned him down - which was not true) and over the years it got to me. I told her that it didn't make sense for her to want to be my friend when she would tell others she thought I was "desperate, fat, delusional and pathetic". I told her that I didn't need an enemy, and that her actions showed that she really didn't like me. So we stopped talking for about 3 years.
We started chatting online again in 2013 and when I left my ex husband in 2014 and kept it a bit of a personal issue, she began talking about me behind my back, trying to get information about me from friends, and bringing up events that happened in high school. In 2016 I found out from a friend and called her out - once again stating that she crossed boundaries and showed through her actions that she doesn't respect me or even really like me. I did not insult her character in this message - I made it about my feelings and left it there.
She responded to my message by calling me a nasty jealous soci*path. She told me I would never have lasting friendships because I'm a user (not true, she's the only person I've ever cut out of my life or who has cut me out of theirs). She brought up how she was a mother to two perfect children and that was so odd. I was going to respond to her message by saying "You proved my point. I said you don't like me or respect me and you respond by calling me a narcissist and a soci*path. This is what I'm talking about", but I just wanted all the high school bullplop to end. So I blocked her.
Flash forward to a few days ago and I go onto Facebook messenger and see a message from her. It was short, basically said "I didn't mean the things I said". It's been over 7 years and I honestly want nothing to do with her. Messenger states she won't be able to see if I saw the message or be able to send me others unless I respond. AITA if I just pretend I never saw this message and don't respond?
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2023.03.30 19:45 Comfortable_Concert1 Zuko’s Fire Chakra

Ok, so rewatching ATLA, I started thinking about the chapter about Guru Pathik and the Chakras and ended up with a theory.
We were told the Fire Chakra was blocked by shame, and powered by willpower. Iroh also told Zuko that pride was the source of shame, and that true humility was its opposite.
With that in mind, I ask: did Zuko have his Fire Chakra blocked for 5/6 of the series ?
My argument is the following. Zuko was a late bloomer, which means that his bending was developed later than expected, but has nothing to do with it being higher or lower. By being the first born of the FN Prince, him being a late bloomer was a shame for his nation, and for that his father, grandfather and the Fire Sages doubted him since his birth. That means that when he developed his bending the damage was already done. Zuko felt shame since he can remember, and he tries to counter it with his pride, which only increases that shame and that causes his inner turmoil, weakening his firebending and preventing him to master Lightning bending. Only when he finally snaps and decides to join the Gaang, learning the true drive of firebending, he cleansed his fire chakra and developed his true potential. That would explain why he manages to bend Dragons Fire only seeing it once, or why he is the first firebender to properly fly with jet propulsion without Comet amp and carrying the Earth King (as Azula never properly flies). This doesn’t mean he has a higher potential than Azula, because Azula’s may be the highest potential ever seen in a firebender; but that Zuko’s potential was higher than we thought. In the end, he still is product of that prophecy of powerful rulers born from the combination of the Avatar’s and the Fire Lord’s bloodlines.
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2023.03.30 19:45 Oliveoil563 I 24F Got black out drunk at a party and my friends husband 30M kissed me, now I can’t get it out of my head and not getting closure is driving me nuts.

I know it was horrible. I got really fucking drunk and the next thing I know I was in the bathroom and my friends husband (let’s call him V) is flirting with me and after that he kissed me and then begged me not to tell anyone because he’s a married guy. Now the things I heard from my friends the next day is that the bedroom door was locked and they tried calling us, now I don’t remember any of this. The next morning I was filled with regret and my friends advised me to block him on IG. I never texted V or anything like that so there was no contact before, i wasn’t even attracted to him. But I need to know what happened, idk how far we went and what happened. I know he wasn’t that drunk because he managed to lock both the bathroom door and the bedroom door. But not knowing what led to it or how it even happened, or all of it not making sense to me is driving me insane. This is replaying in a loop in my head.
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2023.03.30 19:45 v_e_x The future of web development with respect to AI.

As I've been watching videos of Generative AI and its capabilities, I've started thinking about how it might fundamentally change the fields of web development, and computer programming in general. More and more I'm coming to the following conclusion: Our tools for programming such as, Programming langues, data structures, IDE's and so forth, are really an interface for the benefit of humans to understand and manage the complexity of all of the underlying computations that the machine is performing. The Web, sockets, protocols, IETF standards are really just labels for abstractions that we as humans use to reliably build more and more systems, like lego blocks on top of other existing blocks. Should we were to develop a generative AI system whose capabilities allow it to create applications and systems that rival what we currently have, then it won't be long until these AI systems begin to completely do away with the conventions and standards and models we have used to create software in the past, and very quickly these newly generated systems will no longer be understandable or manageable by humans at all.
For example, suppose, an AI can engineer a completely new application that acts like a web browser, except it doesn't use standard URLs, or HTML, or JS, and the client runs safely and more efficiently. Imagine it can make a completely different alternative the World Wide Web, that's faster, more efficient and better performing, but has all the capabilities we expect from the web. Imagine that it does this in a few days. Or in a day. Or that it makes 3 completely different alternative client / sever applications that are better, faster and open and indexable. Imagine several AI's tackle this problem daily. Essentially the AI's do away with all of the need for intermediary code in between the intention of the the user and painting pixels to the screen. Except there is no way to see the intermediary steps besides maybe pseudo-code that points to more incredibly complex structures. A single prompt in a text box or a voice command will allow you to create a 'web site' or application for you that is not built in CSS, JS and HTML, or in C or Java, or any other language, because the AI, unlike a human, no longer needs 'code' to understand that what you want is images, text, and input forms output to the screen. It presents you with options for styling, and customization, and you can ask it what kind of information you want to display, or capture in form inputs, but all in all, the machine essentially handles the creation, business logic and rendering of the application. More than likely applications such as these will be completely binary black boxes, that replace the entire stack of apps and libraries, all the way down to the system level. A graphics rendering engine? Completely custom-generated on the fly based your hardware specs. JPEG, GIF, or AVIF image formats. Unnecessary, since an AI came up with a more dynamic library to encode/decode image data just this morning. Standard interfaces like posix for process and thread management? No need. Each 'process' will have its own dynamic, efficient way to talk to the OS depending on its functionality. Standardized file systems? Constantly updating in the background, and transparent to the user. The AI will be able to create dynamic and constantly shifting procedures for every abstraction and data structure we have come to imagine and rely upon, in real time. There will still be a need for standards in order to transmit and share data over a network, but these can self-describing structures, or there can a be a repository that can be queried to find all possible descriptions of these ever changing formats. Our machines will be constantly reprogramming themselves at every level of the 'stack'. Abstractions will still serve as ways to try to understand the system, but the reality of the situation is that these systems, will in no way operate how we imagine they do, and the machine becomes a completely opaque black box.
Of course, this is just an imaginative theory I've come up with by letting my imagination run away for a bit. What do you think?
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2023.03.30 19:44 Sudden-Height-512 Did HEB stop selling their bagels?

Not the ones at the bakery, but the branded ones on the shelf. Maybe it's just the new Oak Hill location(which sucks ass).
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2023.03.30 19:44 Hawkeye_in_the_Vents Writing long explanations

I’m nearing the end of the chapter and I’m at the part where someone needs to explain the backstory of something, kind of like how a killer explains every trick they pulled and why they did it when they’re about to kill the main character and it’s this huge shock, except the character is explaining something more historical than that and the main character’s life isn’t in danger. But how do I write this in a way that’s engaging and not just a block of lore? I’ve tried turning it into a back and forth conversation, but it still feels a little lifeless and inserting small paragraphs of how shocked the main character is gets old really fast and I’m out of ideas. HELP. PLEASE. IF ANYONE HAS ADIVCE. Thanks!
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2023.03.30 19:44 LiftingOrGaming ATM offering to avoid a hostile takeover? Or the "holder" plans on purchasing the shares offered ATM.

There are only two logical reasons for the ATM at this time. The new holder plans on purchasing the shares from this offering (this allows them to purchase shares at a price lower then the private deal) or the company is attempting to avoid a hostile takeover. They had an ATM offering for 100 million dollars just four months ago and didn't utilize it. So the idea that this is a desperate move for money isn't reasonable. They did a private offering that raised around 400 million dollars over the past two months. Doing a ATM offering now dilutes the new holder(s) from the private offering. This makes it likely our recently converted preferred shareholder(s) is going to utilize this offering to increase their position and average down.
In this filing the company states the effect the reverse split and the increase in authorized shares would have. They do state they are not aware of a takeover happening at the time.
"Potential Anti-Takeover Effect. This proposal, if adopted and implemented, will result in a relative increase in the number of authorized but unissued shares of Common Stock vis-à-vis the outstanding shares of Common Stock and could, under certain circumstances, have an anti-takeover effect. For example, the issuance of a large block of Common Stock could dilute the stock ownership of a person seeking to effect a change in the composition of the Board or contemplating a tender offer or other transaction for the combination of the Company with another company. However, the Reverse Split Proposal providing for the Reverse Stock Split is not being proposed in response to any effort of which the Company is aware to accumulate shares of Common Stock or obtain control of the Company, nor is it part of a plan by management to recommend to the Board and shareholders a series of amendments to the Company’s Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation. Other than the Reverse Split Proposal for the Reverse Stock Split, the Board does not currently contemplate recommending the adoption of any other amendments to the Company’s Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation that could be construed to reduce or interfere with the ability of third There are only two logical reasons for the ATM at this time. The new holder plans on purchasing the shares from this offering or if the company is attempting to avoid a hostile takeover. They had a ATM offering for 100 million dollars just four months ago and didn't utilize it. They did a private offering that raised around 400 million dollars over the past two months. Doing a ATM offering now dilutes the new holders from the private offering. The Reverse split was meant to increase the total authorized shares to allow for future offerings for this reason.
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