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2023.06.04 15:34 paleoboyy Why does Python run an entire module when you only import one function from it?
Say I have two files. hello.py
def foo(): print('i am foo') def bar(): print('i am bar')
from hello import foo
When I run the command, python world.py
I didn't expect the bar() line to execute. I thought I'm just importing the foo function definition into the world.py
file. Can anyone explain how and why this is happening?
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2023.06.04 15:34 ARSENAL_DAILYNEWS Arsenal 2022/23 Season Review.
Arsenal 22/23 A Season Review Part 1 Of 3: August-World Cup: A Stunning Start.
The 2022/23 season is Mikel Arteta’s 3rd full campaign in charge of Arsenal and as well the 3rd of his managerial career. His 1st game in the hot seat came on Boxing Day of 2019, a 1-1 draw at Bournemouth which saw Arsenal drop down a place to 12th in the table. Just a few months into his reign and Arteta was the first high-profile figure in English Football to be diagnosed with Covid-19, the virus which drew the Premier League to a standstill for 3 months and the wider world for a much longer time. It was to empty stadiums which Arsenal played out the remainder of their season which eventually concluded on the 1st of August. An 8th-placed finish was the club’s lowest since 1995. However, there was joy to be found as there so often has been for Arsenal, in the FA Cup. In the one and only Covid FA Cup Final played in front of no spectators Arsenal came from behind to defeat London rivals Chelsea for their record-extending 14th FA Cup, after reaching the final with an unlikely triumph over Manchester City in the semis. Arteta’s first half-season had ended brilliantly and his first full-season started in the same vein with more silverware following as Arsenal defeated Premier League Champions Liverpool to win the Community Shield. Tough times quickly followed and Arteta
may have been somewhat grateful for the empty stadiums, as it’s questionable whether the board would have held their nerve and kept faith with such a young manager through this dreadful period had the fans been inside the ground and able to voice their frustrations. On Boxing Day of 2020, not only did Mikel celebrate the 1 year anniversary of his first match in charge, he celebrated a 3-1 victory over Chelsea, his side's first league win for nearly 2 months. It was the first time Saka, Martinelli & Smith Rowe all started a league game together for Arsenal. It was to prove a seminal moment, but it wasn’t enough to move his team up from 15th in the table. It was never so bad again for Arteta and his Arsenal team, with the side eventually settling for a repeat of the previous season’s finish, again coming in 8th. Failure to win the Europa League (exiting the competition to Villarreal in the Semi-Finals, who were incidentally managed by Unai Emery, the manager sacked prior to Arteta taking the job) meant that Arsenal would be without European football for the first time since the 95-96 campaign. And the 21-22 season would begin horribly with Arsenal bottom after 3 matches in which they failed to score and conceded 9 goals. However as the season progressed Arsenal began to find some resilience, quality and self-belief. The sides upheaval came not coincidentally around the time club captain Aubameyang was stripped of that duty before being allowed to depart for Barcelona in the January window. Aubameyang had been the team’s standout performer when winning the FA Cup, but since those performances had seen him rewarded with a new bumper contract which made him by far the club’s best-paid player, his attitude and performance level had become a problem that needed to be dealt with.
More so than any win, it was actually a home defeat to Champions City which perhaps best demonstrated this new Arsenal which was beginning to emerge. They took City on and pushed them all the way only to eventually lose in the 93rd minute, whilst being a man down for the final half-hour with centre-back Gabriel being harshly dismissed. The fight was on with local rivals Tottenham for the final Champions League spot and it was firmly in Arsenal’s hands until a run of 4 defeats in 5 allowed Spurs back into contention. The Gunners appeared to retake control with a run of 4 straight wins before losing tamely away at Spurs and then Newcastle, in the end missing out by 2 points. Throughout the season Arsenal had spells of real high-quality football, and the fans had taken to the project with more passion and belief than they had in the final years of Wenger’s reign or during Unai Emery’s short-lived stint. In the end, though they missed out on the prize of Champions League football due to a combination of injuries to important players and the inexperience of a young group.
Despite the significant setback of missing out on a Champions League spot having held it in their hands for many of the season’s final months, Arsenal still entered the summer of 2022 with plenty of reasons for optimism. Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe had emerged as the real breakout stars of the prior season and Gabriel Martinelli wasn’t too far behind. There had been some clearly smart signings made by the club, in particular, those of Martin Ødegaard and Ben White, signed from Real Madrid and Brighton & Hove Albion respectively. The July purchases of Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko for a combined 75M from Manchester City seemed yet more smart business, in them, they had picked up two quality players with four Premier League winners medals each, and both arriving aged 25 they seemed in the perfect age bracket to become big players for Arsenal not just for the immediate but as well the foreseeable future.
Jesus’ Arsenal debut came in a 5-3 friendly win over FC Nurnberg in which he scored twice. He followed this up with another in a 2-0 win over Everton as Arsenal continued their pre-season with a tour of the USA. Arsenal played 3 matches in America and won all 3, by far the most impressive being a 4-0 trouncing of Chelsea. The Gunners made it 5 pre-season wins from 5 when they returned home the following weekend to beat Sevilla 6-0 at the Emirates, a hattrick from Jesus meaning he had netted 7 goals in his first 5 appearances in Arsenal colours. Arsenal would get the Premier League season underway away at Crystal Palace, under the Friday night lights of Selhurst Park. No Premier League side would have envied them this difficult fixture, Arsenal had experienced just how tough it was 4 months prior when a 3-0 loss away at the ground began a torrid run of results for the Gunners. Arsenal had also begun the previous season away on a Friday night and come unstuck against newly promoted Brentford. Again Arsenal was straight back under the Premier League spotlight to see whether they had grown and matured from such damaging defeats last season. The Arsenal quickly proved they were up to the test, starting right on the front foot and keeping Palace penned back in their own third. Jesus immediately highlighted the new dimension he was going to bring to Arsenal’s attack, when his strength and then neat dribbling fashioned a great chance out of nothing, a chance Martinelli should have done much better with, his side-foot finish going the wrong side of the post with the goal gaping. The Brazilian would make up for it in the 20th minute when a corner was headed into the six-yard box by Zinchenko, who was picked out by Saka to deliver a free header. His head found Martinelli’s and from close range, he was able to notch Arsenal’s first of the league campaign. That was to be the only goal in the game for the next hour, but despite Arsenal’s slender lead they rarely looked in danger of being pegged back. On the instances that keeper Aaron Ramsdale was called into action, he was ready and dealt with Palace’s occasional threats soundly. The game was put beyond Crystal Palace in the 85th minute when Bukayo Saka’s dangerous ball across the six-yard box was headed into his own net by Guehi. This made certain of 3 richly deserved points for the Gunners.
Jamie Carragher for one was particularly impressed with the start Arsenal made to the game saying afterwards: “Arsenal played like a big team. When I say a big team, I’m talking about a Man City or Liverpool, a team who wherever they go, dominate the opposition. I felt like we were watching City or Liverpool in that first 20 minutes, half an hour.” Fellow Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville was more impressed with Arsenal in the second half saying: “The question mark about Arsenal will be whether they’ve got that robustness and resilience, physicality to get through that difficult 15 or 20 minute periods in away matches, and they got through that (tonight) and that impressed me.” Saliba was also singled out for praise with Carragher adding: “He looked the real deal. He adds something, we’ve always felt they were weak, at Brentford last season they got bullied and here last season, his physical stature will certainly help them in tough away games.”
Arsenal’s first home league game of the season was against Leicester City. The opening goal began with Jesus tormenting Johnny Evans tight to the touchline, after beating him he fed Martinelli who was able to get into the penalty area and find Xhaka, the Swiss international touched it first time back into Jesus who took a touch to steady himself then teased it over the head of Ward in the Leicester goal and into the net. It was an angle he had no right to try from, let alone score from but such was the Brazilian forwards confidence in front of the goal he fancied his chances from anywhere. The goal was nominated for Premier League goal of the month. Jesus got his second to double Arsenal’s advantage in the 35th minute, this time in a much simpler fashion. A corner across the six-yard box was not dealt with, a Leicester head on it only sped up its path to Jesus who was waiting to nod home from practically on the goal line.
Later in the first half, Leicester thought they had a way back into the game when referee Darren England pointed to the spot having judged Ramsdale to have brought down Jamie Vardy. However VAR advised him to check the monitor, and after re-watching the incident it was clear there was no contact made and the penalty decision was reversed. Leicester did still manage to half their deficit early in the second half though, a long ball was flicked on leaving Saliba in a difficult situation to deal with. Ramsdale was advancing but wouldn’t get there first and Vardy was waiting on the French defender’s shoulder, leaving him no alternative but to try and head the ball clear whilst facing his own goal. He only succeeded in diverting it into the net. This could have been a moment when the Arsenal crowd got nervous and frustrated. They had allowed a soft goal and their youngest defender was at fault. However the crowd immediately rallied behind Saliba and his teammates, he and the team needed help putting that mistake behind them and the crowd’s noise in the aftermath of conceding will have been reassuring to the players.
Demonstrating this, Arsenal went straight up the other end and scored, Ward made a meal of a cross, dropping it at the feet of Jesus who squared for Xhaka. The Swiss midfielder was being deployed in a new, more adventurous role where he was spending more time in the opposition box, he got his reward for this new tactic with a simple tap-in from right in front of the goal. Leicester would again reduce the home team’s lead to one however when Iheanacho found Maddison, who was able to shoot straight through Ramsdale. The young English keeper will have been disappointed at being so easily beaten from such an angle, his wide-open legs presenting the opportunity to the Leicester midfielder. Again Arsenal immediately responded to the setback by going up the other end and scoring again. This move began with Martinelli winning the ball back and feeding Ødegaard who moved the ball on to Jesus, who carried it forward before finding Martinelli who shot low from outside the box, he beat the outstretched Ward and hit the bottom corner, with the ball hitting the inside of the post on its way in. It had been a good day at the office for Arsenal and a great day for Gabriel Jesus, though despite scoring 2 and assisting the other 2 of Arsenal’s 4 goals, according to his manager Jesus left the field disappointed because: “he thinks he should have scored 4, that’s the sort of mentality you need. I wouldn’t like to play against him. He’s so mobile, intuitive, sharp and proactive in any moment or phase of the game.”
Arsenal next travelled to newly promoted Bournemouth. It took The Gunners just 5 minutes to take the lead and again it came from the phenomenal centre-forward play of Gabriel Jesus. A loose touch from White saw the ball launch high into the air, the Brazilian reacted first, beautifully controlling the ball whilst at the same time using his considerable body strength to hold off the Bournemouth midfielder, with exceptional balance he then dribbled around two other Bournemouth shirts until he was on the edge of the box facing their defence, with a lovely disguised pass he then fed Martinelli who was free to his left, his shot was saved but it fell straight at the feet of new captain Martin Ødegaard who was on hand to notch his first of the season. Rightfully though the praise went to Jesus with commentator Alan Smith saying: “You won’t see a better example of centre forward play than this.”
Ødegaard had to wait just 6 more minutes for his second of the season, a cross along the floor from White found Jesus who was free, his first touch wasn’t the best but it allowed it to set up nicely for the Norwegian to strike first time, which he duly did and the ball flashed into the net. Early in the second half and Arsenal had a third goal, with Xhaka setting it back to Saliba just inside the penalty area. Saliba struck it beautifully the first time, keeping his shot down under the bar and too perfectly placed for the keeper to do anything about. It was just Saliba’s second goal in senior football but he had finished it with the class and composure of a player who had scored 200. The strike drew Zinchenko to his knees, clutching his head in disbelief at the quality of the finish and unsurprisingly it was voted as Arsenal’s goal of the month. Jesus thought he’d netted Arsenal’s 4th but a VAR check ruled the goal out for offside, so the North Londoners had to settle for a 3-0 win in what had been an excellent away performance.
The Arsenal faced more newly promoted opposition the following week, this time back at home against Fulham for Arteta’s 100th Premier League game in charge. They would be without Zinchenko and Partey who had picked up injuries and were replaced by Tierney and Elneny respectively. The best chance of the first half went to Saka who got beyond his marker to face Leno one-against one, but he was unable to beat the keeper. It would be Fulham who took the lead however with Arsenal falling behind for the first time in the season. From the full-back position, Saka flighted a ball into Gabriel, who unnecessarily played himself into trouble. He never seemed to have the ball truly under his spell, and his second touch invited Mitrovic to try and take it off him, the defender then got his body positioning wrong, and failed to protect the ball allowing the forward to nick it from behind him and then the Serb was able to keep his composure and finish past Ramsdale.
Fulham’s lead lasted just 8 minutes, Martin Ødegaard lodging Arsenal’s response. There was a degree of good fortune about the goal, with a big deflection on the strike. But there was no doubt the Norwegian had deserved it, he was having an outstanding game with all of Arsenal’s danger coming through him. He was constantly creating, with inventive passes and dribbling runs. In this instance, a clever stepover had bought him the space for the shot. Ødegaard continued to lead Arsenal’s push for a winner with he, in particular, deserving to be on the winning side, and the winner did come though not until the 86th minute. Leno failed to deal with a corner, missing his attempted punch clearance and the ball fell at the feet of Gabriel who was able to gain the perfect redemption for his earlier error by securing all 3 points for his side. The goal kept Arsenal at the top of the Premier League as they remained the only team with a 100% record.
Arsenal finished August with another home game, facing Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa. This presented Arsenal with a chance to win their opening 5 league games for the first time since 2004. Saka passed up a golden opportunity to give Arsenal the ideal start when Martinelli’s cross found him completely free at the back post, it was set up perfectly for Saka to hit on the volley, which he did but he got too under the ball and lifted it horribly high and wide from inside the six-yard box. An Arsenal opening goal felt inevitable however and it came on the half-hour mark when Emi Martinez could only push out an Xhaka shot as far as Gabriel Jesus, who was on hand to punish him. Martinez did go someway to redeeming himself later in the half with an excellent stop to deny a brilliant half-volley from Martinelli from 25 yards out.
Arsenal dominated the first half and continued their domination in the second but could not increase their advantage, it was instead Aston Villa who got the second goal of the game, in a somewhat controversial fashion. A corner from Douglas Luiz went straight into the net with Ramsdale unable to reach the ball due to his path being completely blocked by Kamara, who also limited the keepers’ movement by having both arms wrapped around his back. The goal stood but Arsenal cancelled it out in their own way, by going straight up the Villa end and retaking the lead. Saka coolly picked out Martinelli who struck it the first time on the half volley, Martinez clawed desperately at the ball but could not prevent it from going over his goal line and The Gunners were able to see the victory out. Arsenal’s player of the month was unsurprisingly Gabriel Jesus with 3 goals and 3 assists in 5 games. Arsenal’s maximum points after 5 games saw Mikel Arteta pick up Premier League manager of the month.
Arsenal started September with a chance to go 4 points clear of City in 2nd, after just six games. Standing in their way was Manchester United who would be hosting the Gunners at Old Trafford, a ground Arsenal had only won at once in the league since 2006, that one as well being without fans during the Covid season. Arsenal was boosted by the return of Zinchenko but had to start with their 3rd choice midfielder Sambi Lokonga for the Partey role after Elneny had followed the Ghanaian onto the treatment table. Regardless of the blow, Arsenal appeared to have made the ideal start when Saka threaded the needle and put Martinelli clean through on goal. The Brazilian finished brilliantly to give Arsenal the lead, but VAR advised the referee to have a look at a potential foul in the build-up. On review, the referee judged Ødegaard to have won the ball from Eriksen unfairly and chalked the goal off. The intervention made by Lee Mason on VAR was later judged by a Premier League review to be an incorrect one, the minimal contact not penalised in real-time by the ref was judged not to be a clear or obvious error. The review came too little and too late as far as Arsenal were concerned as they’d lost their lead and instead found themselves trailing at half-time after a good move from United culminated in a debut goal for Antony who finished past Ramsdale.
VAR’s intervention in the Arsenal goal was always likely to prove a vital one as remarkably United had not lost at Old Trafford when leading at half-time since 1984. This showed the size of Arsenal’s task going into the second half, but they continued to probe and ask questions of United and they got their equaliser on the hour mark when the ball broke to Saka in the penalty area after Ødegaard had looked to thread one through to Jesus. United dealt with that immediate threat but could only clear as far as Saka who slotted through the legs of Martinez for his first of the season. Arsenal looked to be in the ascendancy, but they were only level for 6 minutes. Overcommitting bodies forward left them without a midfield and after winning it back United was able to counter-attack with Bruno Fernandes who looked and found Rashford in behind the defence and he put United back in front. Arteta reacted immediately by looking to chase the game, giving a debut to summer recruit Fabio Vieira. The changes appeared to backfire however as Arsenal were left with even fewer defensive bodies on the field and in the 75th minute they were cut through once more, with Eriksen and Rashford both left in acres of space as United hit Arsenal once more on the counter-attack. It was a horrible goal for Arsenal to concede, it reminded of the worst years of Wenger with everyone so committed to attacking they had no thought for defending. Arsenal suffered their first defeat of the season going down 3-1.
There were some positives to take in how confidently and capably they had passed the ball around, however, United had defended their penalty area very well and counter-attacked effectively. The frustration for Arsenal was how they had helped them in that regard, by leaving key areas of the midfield devoid of players. Partey had been very badly missed, and to a lesser extent so had Elneny whose defensive intelligence would not have seen him vacate his position as often as Lokonga did. The third goal conceded was perhaps the responsibility of Arteta who had gone all out attack mode too early, given the counter-attacking success United were already enjoying.
Arsenal got the chance to put the defeat behind them 4 days later when they began their Europa League campaign. They were placed in Group A alongside PSV Eindhoven, Bodo/Glimt and FC Zurich, and would kick off against the latter away in Switzerland. Summer signings Matt Turner and Marquinhos made their competitive debuts, and Vieira would make his full debut. Arsenal did some counterattacking of their own in the 16th minute when Vieira found Nketiah who travelled down the wing before playing a great ball across the box which found Marquinhos who expertly finished the first time into the top corner. The hosts equalised on the verge of half-time however when Nketiah was judged to have committed an offence in his own penalty box. The death of the Queen being announced during the first half led to the unusual circumstance of a minute’s silence taking place before the second half. When it did kick off, Arsenal regained the lead in the 62nd minute through Nketiah who was found with a delightful ball by Marquinhos who had made a fine debut. That’s how the score remained. Arsenal would not be in Premier League action that weekend, with their home game against Everton being postponed due to the Queen’s passing. Also delayed was their home game against PSV the following week, so the team were not back in action until 10 days after the Zurich game when they travelled to Brentford.
Arsenal dominated the games opening and took a deserved lead in the 17th minute when Saliba’s header from a corner struck the inside of the post on its way over the line. Just shy of the half-hour mark and Arsenal had their second, again with a header, this time it was Gabriel Jesus who rose to meet Xhaka’s perfectly placed ball. The Gunners then got the ideal start to the second half, when Vieira, making his first start in the Premier League in place of the unavailable Ødegaard, struck a beauty out of nowhere from well outside the box for Arsenal’s September goal of the month. Arsenal was in cruise control, always looking like the more likely team to score whilst barely giving Brentford sight of their goal. In the final minutes, Ethan Nwaneri came on for his Arsenal debut, aged 15 years and 181 days he became the youngest player to ever appear in the Premier League. After the match, Brentford Manager Thomas Frank was one of the first to tip Arsenal for a title challenge saying: “I think they will do brilliantly. I think they compete for the title now.” Xhaka was the resounding winner of Arsenal player of the month picking up 83% of the votes. A once deeply unpopular player, his turnaround best exemplified the strides in the right direction Arsenal were taking.
After the international break, Arsenal returned to action in the North London Derby against hated rivals Tottenham. Arsenal went into the fixture just one point above their opponents. Spurs were content to let Arsenal have possession whilst aiming to contain them and spring counterattacks. They kept Arsenal at bay until the 20th minute when Thomas Partey shot from over 20 yards out and hit it so perfectly that Lloris couldn’t get so much as a fingertip to it, the ball flew past him into the net for Arsenal’s goal of the month. Spurs responded in the 31st minute however after a good counterattack between the front three of Kane, Son and Richarlison saw the latter presented with a chance to cross from inside the penalty area and Arsenal did not effectively deal with the situation, a loose touch from Xhaka put his side back in trouble and Gabriel was panicked into conceding a penalty. Kane stepped up and of course, scored for the 7th time from the spot against Arsenal. This sent the sides in at the break-level pegging.
Arsenal regained the upper hand early in the second half after a shot by Saka was spilt by Lloris to his centre-half Romero who, under pressure from Jesus, looked to return it to the French keeper. Lloris missed the ball, it travelled under his body and then Jesus reacted first to poach it home. Spurs hopes of drawing level for a second time were damaged when Emerson Royal was shown a straight red card in the 62nd minute for a stupid and unnecessarily bad tackle on Martinelli. Arsenal quickly punished this ill discipline getting their third 5 minutes afterwards, with Granit Xhaka rifling past Lloris. At this stage Conte retreated to avoid a hammering, he accepted defeat and took off his offensive players, bringing on defenders to ensure the score line didn’t get embarrassing and Arsenal saw out a comfortable 3-1 derby win. Arsenal next returned to Europa League action putting Bodo/Glimt to the sword with a 3-0 win, goals coming from Nketiah, Holding and Vieira, the latter after brilliant footwork in the box from substitute Jesus.
Next up for Arsenal was another tough test at home against Liverpool. With a win, Arsenal would return to the top of the Premier League. Arsenal had faced Liverpool 4 times the previous season, failing to win any, losing 3 times including twice at home. They had also failed to even score against Liverpool in their last 6 meetings with them, but they needed just 58 seconds on this day, with Saka finding Ødegaard, whose ball between Van Dijk and Alexander Arnold put in Martinelli who finished beyond Alisson. Liverpool recovered well from the nightmare start however and was the better team from that point until they got their deserved equaliser in the 34th minute through Darwin Nunez. It was Arsenal however who went into half-time with the lead when Martinelli led a brilliant counter-attack from a Liverpool set piece, finally taking out both Arnold and Henderson by cutting inside and finding an unmarked Saka who slid in to put his team back in the ascendancy.
Again Liverpool responded well, equalising for a second time early in the second half through Roberto Firmino. From that point on though Arsenal found another level, they searched feverishly for a winning goal, looking to pass Liverpool to death and calving many openings. The noise inside the Emirates had reached deafening decibels as the fans urged their team on. The golden chance came with just under 15 minutes to go when Thiago was judged to have caught the back of Jesus’s foot inside the penalty area, having been beaten to the ball by the striker. Saka stepped up and held his nerve, confidently dispatching an excellent spot kick. Arsenal held out for what was in the end a deserved win after an excellent second-half display. In a decision that had raised a few eyebrows, Tomiyasu had been drafted in for a first league start of the season to go into an unfamiliar left-back position, the move paid dividends as the Japanese international had a fine game up against Mo Salah. The result put Arsenal 14 clear of Liverpool who had endured a dreadful start to the season. “These are broad shoulders, this is courage. A sporting moment in time. Bukayo Saka.. Such poise! such noise!” – Peter Drury as Saka beats Alisson Becker from the penalty spot
Four days later Arsenal made it 3 wins from 3 in the Europa, with an away win in Norway on the artificial pitch of Bodo/Glimt. A sole goal from Bukayo Saka was enough after he got on the end of a one-two with Lokonga. His initial shot was blocked by a defender but the ball then deflected in after coming back off the Arsenal winger. Bodo calved out many good chances for themselves but was let down by woeful finishing, squandering chance after chance by blazing high and wide of the target. Arsenal then returned to Premier League action at Elland Road against Leeds, though 40 minutes behind schedule after a power outage just after the game had initially kicked off caused the game to need restarting once power had returned.
Again Saka was the only man to get himself on the scoresheet, his goal coming after Jesus had passed up a golden chance to open the scoring failing to hit the net from close range after Ødegaard had found him with a backheeled flick. Jesus attempted to lift the ball over the keeper, but he lifted it too high and it ended up over the crossbar. Arsenal did not let Leeds off a second time however and punished them after a sloppy cross-field pass from Leeds midfielder Rodrigo only found Saka who headed it into Ødegaard’s path. Ødegaard’s return pass then asked a lot of the winger, but his speed allowed him to reach the ball first. Saka was faced with a tight angle, but it didn’t phase him one bit and he picked out the top corner hitting it high into the roof of the Leeds net.
The second half was full of drama, first when Bamford thought he’d equalised but was instead penalised for a foul on Gabriel. The Leeds striker received a second chance though when Saliba was found guilty of a handball in the box after the referee had checked the monitor. Ramsdale guessed correctly in his dive, but in the end, he wasn’t required as Bamford’s penalty went wide of the post. Arsenal continued to suffer in the second half, struggling to cope with the Leeds onslaught and maintain their slender advantage. Through fatigue and pressure from the home side, Arsenal had lost all ability to pass the ball and could do little else but stay in their own half and try to defend. Ramsdale proved his worth to this Arsenal side with his best performance of the season to date, right when his team needed him most. It appeared as though Arsenal had got the job done when crazily they conceded a second penalty of the half in additional time. Patrick Bamford was nowhere near the ball which was safely back with Ramsdale when Gabriel was penalised for a kick out in the box on the Leeds forward. As well as a penalty, the Brazilian centre-back was also dismissed. However on a VAR review, it was clear that Bamford had fouled Gabriel first, barging him to the floor, so rightfully the decision was reversed and Gabriel’s red card was rescinded. Arsenal held on to a win they’d scarcely deserved and it proved an even bigger win later that day when City lost at Anfield meaning The Gunners stayed 4 points clear after 10 games.
The following Thursday Arsenal were back in action in the Europa League. They were originally scheduled to host Manchester City in the league that mid-week, but the Queens’ death led to the postponement of Arsenal’s fixture with PSV, and it was re-arranged to this game week. Arsenal battered their Dutch visitors, in the end mustering 25 shots to Eindhoven’s 4. As was often the case Saka and Jesus were the standout performers. The young English winger was unstoppable in his direct dribbling runs, unstoppable that is without resorting to fouling, which PSV defenders did time and time again after being skinned by Saka’s great ball control when running at speed. Jesus was similarly dangerous, doing his usual thing of fashioning chances out of nowhere with his quick thinking and somehow even quicker feet. In the end, though the deadlock was broken by Xhaka in the 70th minute when Tomiyasu found him in space 15 yards from the goal. He hit the shot down into the ground and it bobbled just at the right time to go under the keeper and past him.
Next Arsenal travelled to struggling Southampton looking to make it 9 straight wins across the Premier League and Europa. They started fast, and when Xhaka finished off White’s cross with a brilliant volley into the back of the net in the 11th minute, it looked like it would be a case of how many, as it wasn’t the first good chance Arsenal had created. For the first 20 minutes, Southampton couldn’t get out of their own half, Ødegaard cleverly found Jesus with a lifted return pass but his volley was straight at Bazunu in the Saints goal. Jesus was in again after a long ball flighted over the head of Caleta-Car putting the Brazilian clean through until the defender dragged him back using both arms. There seemed to be enough contact for 3 separate penalties in there, but unbelievably the referee Robert Jones didn’t point to the spot and nor did VAR intervene. One of the most inexplicable decisions of the season, and that’s saying something, meant that Arsenal went in at the break only a single goal to the good.
The Southampton defence must have felt encouraged from not being penalised inside the box, as the fouling continued on Jesus outside the box for much of the second half, Lyanco getting away with man-handling Arsenal’s striker time and time again, wrapping both arms around his body whenever the ball was anywhere near the Brazilian. Jones did not however ignore perceived ‘diving’ from Saka showing him a yellow card for simulation, even though there did appear to be some contact. A one-sided refereeing performance and poor finishing from Arsenal allowed the home team back into the game and they got the equalising goal with 25 minutes to go through Armstrong after a swift move cut through Arsenal’s defence. In the 78th minute, Ødegaard thought he’d put Arsenal back in front but Tierney had just carried the ball beyond the line before he was able to cut it back into his captain’s path.
The Gunners had to settle for a point and an end to their winning run, paying the price for not scoring more in the first half. As they began to tire in the second half Southampton calved out some good chances of their own, but there’s no doubt the visitors were also harmed by a dire refereeing performance. The dropped points cut Arsenal’s lead at the top down to two. Another away game followed for The North London side as next they travelled to Eindhoven. With 2 group games remaining, they needed just 1 more win to secure the top spot which would mean they progressed straight through to the final 16, without the need for a playoff game. However Arsenal’s performance was poor, PSV were the better team for 90 minutes and good value for their 2-0 win.
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I have never had a girlfriend in my personal life, but I’ve had some experiences with friends and a coworker and I feel like this is something that I want to explore more of!
Right now I’m about to get into the bathtub and relax a little, but I would love to chat with some of you lovely ladies!!! Tell me about some of your favorite experiences, give me tips for meeting ladies at the bars, whatever you’re feeling!!
I know a lot of people on here share photos or videos of themselves, but that really isn’t something that I’m interested in, so please be respectful of that. I won’t share any of me, and I don’t want you to share any of you! I think being over text is kinda hot in a weird way lol.
Anyway that’s a lot of text, but I just wanted to say hello, and I can’t wait to talk to some of you!!!
Shoot me a chat! Mads <3
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2023.06.04 15:33 ABowlOfPetunias_ I went on the worst date with someone I thought I knew
I matched with an old coworker on tinder. When I worked with him, he seemed nice. He’s recently divorced, but he was respectful to me when he was still married. I agreed to get a drink and catch up, I thought it would be fun.
Since I knew him prior I gave him my address rather than taking a Lyft. This is why I’m so torn on just blocking and moving on, he knows where I live and worse, he doesn’t live very far away. Terrible mistake, will not make again.
He picks me up and I see him trying to open the door for me. I get some people like to do this kind of thing, but I find it corny and annoying. My last bf would constantly complain if I opened my own door. Like I’m 30 years old. I can open my own ducking door. But that was fine. I could ignore that. We’re chatting in the car and he goes on a completely unrelated tangent and brings up his daughter, a teenager, having a boy over and he slapped her saying “my ex says it’s abuse but she had a boy in my house.” I went “your ex is right, that is abuse. Would you have reacted that way if she had slept with a girl or your sons had slept with someone?” And awkwardly try to laugh it off. This is the exact point I’m regretting riding with him and wondering how I can get an out.
We get downtown and he pushes me to the inside of the side walk. Again. Another thing dudes do that I just find weird. But with the added context, it’s just a lot of sexism. At the bar he insists on paying and I’m all for it at this point. He jokingly says the n word and I go “dude no that’s not ok, don’t aay that.” And he goes “well my black friends let me”. He goes on a rant about a black woman we used to work with who is now his manager. Says she’s incompetent and that she slept her way into the position. Even says she tried to sleep with him. I know this woman. She was the epitome of class. He goes on about how he yelled at her one day and should have been fired but he’s a top performer so they didn’t(we used to work in sales).
A guy near us asks if we’re together kind of looking confused. I go “no.” And he responds “I wish.”
He gossiped really nasty things about all of our old coworkers, some I shut down with a “I’m friends with this person still, I don’t care to hear this.” Joked about tying me up. Hit his vape inside the classy bar(I get it at dive bars, but there are levels). Asked if I thought the guys sitting next to us were gay. Told me he fantasized about me when we worked together(when he was married). He bought molly for rip off prices. I could have told him too, but I didn’t. When he went to the atm the people offered to sell me some and I told them I knew they were scamming him and they were just lucky that I found this to be a bit of karma.
I got home safe and unharmed but he left his dabs on my porch and had an excuse to text me to get them. It was a good $100 worth so I figure I need to give them back as quickly as possible so he doesn’t show up unannounced and he comes over with his teenage children in the car to pick it up and tries to start a convo about going on another date. I told him my kid came home early and unexpected(true) so I wouldn’t be able to go anywhere for a while since school is out and I don’t leave her alone at night.
I just. I can’t believe how bad this date was. He was nice to me, sure, but his stories were dripping in sexism. I would normally block and move on, this is why you don’t tell people where you live before a true conversation.
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2023.06.04 15:33 Wandazzling Single guys... where are you? No, really
So I've [25F] had to take an extended break from dating apps because they kind of kill my mental health - nothing new here. So for now I'm just living my life. But it's so odd - I socialize a lot, often in places where hitting on people is okay too like bars and clubs, but also just through friends, going to shows, karaoke bars etc.
I also occasionally have university meetups or events since I'm doing my PhD.
I feel like every time I've talked to a guy in the wild in the last few months who I thought was cute, it turned out he already had someone (obviously I didn't know in advance). My working theory is that they have a non-threatning vibe because they aren't looking for anything, or that I just happen to have good taste if another woman has already snagged him? I don't know. Maybe.
Point is, I'm starting to get pretty bummed and also somewhat perplexed. I assume some people will say I could try sporty hobbies, but I don't actually enjoy them, so I don't want to force myself to do things I genuinely don't care for just to potentially meet a guy. Also, a very sporty person wouldn't be a good fit for me unless they really don't care if I'm not, which in my experience is usually not the case. Plus, I'm busy. If I'm gonna try new hobbies, which I'm very open to, I want to do things I actually enjoy.
So... where are ya'll? Are dating apps really the only option left at this point? I was snooping around looking into speed dating for example but it seemed most people haven't had success through that.
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2023.06.04 15:33 Any_Connection_2626 Advice identifying part
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Can someone assist in what this might be? My son was driving last night and found this dragging. I’m thinking rear track bar but not sure. Any help would be appreciated. submitted by Any_Connection_2626 to JeepWrangler [link] [comments]
2023.06.04 15:32 AncilliaryAnteater Anyone get PIP for mental health but still works either part time or full time?
Well mainly the question - that said I want to know if someone who hypothetically has had months and years off from PTSD, agoraphobia, depression, panic disorder, OCD would suffice the clearly high bar set by PIP to validate disability for mental health.
Furthermore such a person does not take medication but has had extensive therapy both through the NHS and privately for the best part of the last decade.
Would you advise applying?
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2023.06.04 15:32 AeolianDamp Tried to buy a chocolate bar at work and the tap machine spat out this error. There goes $1.25
2023.06.04 15:31 Automatic_Baby_5571 I (31f) Feel left out when my friends and there boyfriend's are out to have some fun
I was at the bar last night sitting alone and a guy walked up to me I didn't even know him but I was interested in talking to him also because he has been giving me some nice glazing from afar in the bar lol so immediately he walked up to me I open my arms and he didn't waste time of telling me how beautiful i am and I was flattered lol but what amazes me is that he told me he hasn't had sex with his wife for 5years and they're living together I wasn't surprised because have heard such stories before so it's not new and he went on telling me he almost fainted while jerking off last week I felt Pity for him so he asked me to advise him because he hasn't had an AP before and he wants to start with me lol immediately I said no though I'm Single and Looking but I'm scared to be in a relationship with someone close to my house. Have once been in that mess in past before I don't want my past to ruin my future. Did I do right turning his offer down even though I'm still Single.
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2023.06.04 15:31 benp242 the good kind of 'P'
2023.06.04 15:30 mujhe_kya Reservation: The reasons behind Orissa Train Accident /s
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So according to some people, reservation and candidates who avail it are the reason behind Orissa Train Accident. Tweets translation: 1. The person responsible for signalling got the job due to reservation. 2. DRM's responsibilities are set by UPSC and reservation system and not the Railway Ministry. submitted by mujhe_kya to india [link] [comments]
Nobody ever realises that the after getting into any course using reservation, the bar to clear the course is same for all.
2023.06.04 15:29 Successful_Log_9001 Coworker acting weird idk what i did
I work at a bar and one day I walked in o the glass wash room next to the bar and a girl I work with thats kinda new who I haven’t talked to stared at me kind of smiling a little as I walked in the doorway as she was sorting glasses and she didn’t look away but I thought nothing of it. The next weekend I needed to ask her where this food was going to as I was going holding the plates and she put her hand on my arm (around my arm I think like holding might have been nothing) as she pointed the table out, when I walked back round to wrap cutlery she stood in front of the cabinet with her hands on her hips tilting her head left and then right while she looked at me as I was wrapping cutlery on and said ‘you make me sweat, Graham’ and then come to the side of me and held her arms out for a hug and smiled to which I backed off because I was like thinking ‘wtf’ she then dropped her arms looked at me sad faced and then walked off and I wasn’t around her again until she finished which seemed strange.
The next night we were on a close the pub shift and in the staff room at the end of the night as she was putting her coat and scarf on she said ‘I haven’t got a boyfriend you know, Graham’ and smiled as she was putting on her scarf and the other guy at work there with us laughed out loud glanced up at both of us as he was on his phone and I looked at her and she was smiling with her teeth showing type at me after saying it and then look away as she was fixing her scarf
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2023.06.04 15:28 pedrob_d Got called out at work for using "LGBTQ+" instead a the longer acronym. Help understand?
Hi, all! For context I am a cis /het male, but highly suportive of the cause, and always learning. In a recent communication in the work slack, we were discussing where to go for a happy hour. A coworker mentioned a particular bar, but I had heard from a gay friend that that particular bar had a recent incident with a couple of lesbians who were demonstrating affection. So I said in the chat "maybe let's choose another bar, that one may not be LGBTQ+ friendly and some people might feel unconfortable there". Instantaneously I get messaged by one coworker . I am not positive of their gender or sexual orientation, but they go by They/them pronouns and are current head of the department diversity committee. They say "thanks for your concern but if "some people" needed to say they were unconfortable, they would voice it themselves. Also, use LGBTQIAP+ instead, some people feel excluded by the term you used" I just replied with "sorry about that" because I generally avoid conflict, but in the inside I am legit confused. I genuinely though that both Q and + within LGBTQ+ meant "and others" and is therefore inclusive already? Also, was I wrong in voicing that concern if I am not part of the community, or is this particular person just beeing annoying? I did bring it up to my irl friends, but just trying to get a broader view.
Thanks for the input y'all :)
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2023.06.04 15:27 IMAWNIT 12-Day Trip Review and Things I learned - Long Post
Hi everyone! This forum was very helpful in the last few weeks prior to my trip. My trip was from May 22 to June 2.
This was a trip 3 years in the making and then Covid happened in 2020 and we had to cancel almost everything. Rebooked everything last year and resumed.
Our itinerary was ambitious but doable and we decided to rent a car and drive around the country/ring road with stops at the major sties that interested us. Here are the details and notable memorable things for those interested:
- We noticed about 90% of people who drive around the country go counterclockwise. When researching I wasn't sure what the reasoning was. We decided to go Clockwise and 100% would recommend it for us; given the time of year we went. For every 25+ cars we saw going the OPPOSITE direction, we had 1 on our direction. Which meant less cars to deal with for us. Having said that, we chose to do Golden Circle last and by then it was "underwhelming" as I had read and agree after going to the rest of the country.
- We rented from Blue Car rental and they were amazing. Loved the service, the car was great, pick up and drop off was a breeze and they had almost the cheapest price for us.
- AVOID GRAVEL ROADS AT ALL COSTS! Google maps base it on speed limit and most are 80km/hr but I don't think anyone does it and we ended up driving 50km/hr for most and it felt like we wasted more time. If I could find all paved roads instead and take a longer route I would recommend. SOme pothole IMO were way too large even for our car.
- We were WELL prepared for clothing; waterproof out shells, fleece inner and layers. BUT I'd suggest getting the lightest waterproof shell cause during hike I took off all layers and my "parka" was heavy. It the only waterproof shell I had. My husband had a light one and was fine.
- Never need merino wool base layers, walking sticks etc. Brought them for no reason.
- I didn't care too much about precipitation nor temperature but the WIND is the true enemy. It is insane and really determines your success. Some spots I originally thought (we can picnic with our own lunch) and that never happened. Decided early on to just eat in the car due to weather and wind.
- We brought granola bars, protein powder for breakfast, instant noodles and then just bought bread/ham/PB and Jelly at grocery stores. Food was reasonable in grocery stores and we ate most meals there. To be honest, Bonus was so hyped when I researched that in the end, I preferred Netto and bought most grocery items from Kronan. WAAAAY more selection, better quality and to be honest I barely noticed the difference in price. The real difference in price is gas stations and small town "stores" for food.
- I researched pumping gas but it was still a bit confusing at first. Getting receipts and other items is odd to me but we managed near the end
- Yellow and wind days are scary and it nearly ruined 2 days and it basically cancelled most excursions. Snafellsness was cut short due to wind and it was insane and it was our first day out of Reykjavik. It was beautiful though and Arnarstapi was my favourite of all stops even though we had a ton of places planned. We basically skipped the beaches as the weather got bad.
- Stay flexible, all of my planned stops had a "mandatory" or "optional" so I can figure what to do if thigns came up. If an excursion cancelled; we had a backup. I'd basically say minimize (unless you REALLY want to) any water-related activity; whale watching, kayaking etc because wind is a huge factor. To be honest whale watching when on my last was OK. We saw whales and dolphins but the waves were "calm" but nnot for me so after a while I was fine heading back. But I'm glad I did it.
- Favourite places: Arnarstapi, Studlagil Canyon (when I went we walked entirely from further paking lot on east side, anyone car can get to the closer parking lot to save 1hr of extra walking), Puffins in Borgarfjardarhofn, Hverir and Hverfell (impromptu hike and it was amazing), Myvatn in general was a favourite of mine, Jokulsarlon Glacier and Diamond Beach, Black Sand Beaches, the drive in North Iceland when it was all snowcaps and Gljufragui.
- Most waterfalls up north were not that impressive (Godafoss and Dettifoss) tbh. And south waterfalls somehow felt more attractions than natural wonders imo.
- When we did eat out the food quality was excellent for what it was but the prices for many things were hard to justify; so we ate out minimally. Sad to say I personally don't think Scandinavian food in general (sorry to generalize) isn't for me for long term; I really missed other flavours like spices etc.
- We loved basically all of our stays; guesthouses, hotels, apartments etc. We had a mix. Grund I Grundarfirdi for Snaefellsness was great! K16 apartments in Akureyri was excellent! Hotels down in Hofn and Kirkjubaejarklaustur were also very nice.
- 1 day max in Reykjavik is more than enough
- We had to skip a few places due to weather: hike saxholl crater, Raudfeldsgja gorge, beaches, Asbyrgi (it was between puffins or this and it was a no brainer), Seydisfjordur, Hvalnes, Vestrahorn, top side of Dyrholaey, Kvernufiss, Reykjadalu hot springs, Bruarfoss
- We went to Myvatn Hot springs and Laugarvatn Fontana. Myvatn was amazing. Laugarvatn was alright; more like a fancier local swimming pool. We did not do any other hot springs.
- Thingvellir to be honest is skippable. Wish we did the Reyjadalu instead.
- I felt the time or yeaday we went or maybe direction we headed, I expected WAY more tourists; especially southern coast. The busiest day was at Thingvellir and it was busy but not unbearable. All other places were quite quiet and pretty decent imo. Even north Iceland felt a little busier at Godafoss and Hverir vs the Southern coast.
- All in all I enjoyed my trip but felt I did what I planned to do and being sick the last few days (best not to eat mystery cold fish during a breakfast buffet) didn't help either as I spent a lot of time worrying about the restroom situation when I went. All locals and people we were met were friendly, nice, helpful and made our stay welcoming and fun. All tours and excursions we did end up doing (horseback riding in Vik, Kayaking in Stokkseyri and whale watching in Reykjavik (last minute booking since the Akureyri one was cancelled) were all well done. Oh and ice cream here is amazing! I'm glad I tried it as often as I could!
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2023.06.04 15:26 Lolafromstarbucks Cocktail dress for NYC wedding in June
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Wedding in a cool vintage bar type of venue. It’s an evening wedding followed by reception. I tried on other cocktail dresses but I didn’t feel pretty in any of them. I have had a steep increase in weight recently due to some health issues and I feel so foreign in my own skin. I am trying to feel comfortable at whatever weight I am but it’s been mentally exhausting. I tried on 8 dresses yesterday and just ended up feeling defeated. The cocktail dresses recommend on this subreddit are usually figure hugging through the waist and hips… which is a problem for me because I hold most of my weight there. Are these ok for a cocktail dress code? They seem more forgiving from the waist down…. submitted by Lolafromstarbucks to Weddingattireapproval [link] [comments]
2023.06.04 15:25 encinitas2252 I've been on a hard(ish) SciFi audible binge and I have some recommendations, and some questions.
I'm going to do my best to make all context brief.
Decided to dive into hard scifi on audible after being burnt out on Stephen King. The first book I listened to was "Project Hail Mary" by Andy Weir. This was seriously a stroke of luck, as I didn't do any sort of recommendation research at all. I couldn't recommend this book enough. It's a single setting character driven adventure. It's hilarious, enlightingly imaginative, and fun. But it's over when you finish the book.
This was a bummer to me, so I searched for the best "hard scifi series" for my next audible commitment.
Unbeknownst to me, I struck gold, and not just some flakes... but a fucking mountain of gold, when I took the first recommendation I was presented with and listened to the first book of "The Three Body Problem," by Cixin Liu.
The series spans an unexplainable period of time, initially focused on several centuries where humans have to prepare for an incoming alien invasion. The story is the most imaginative and intelligent fictional take I have ever digested when it comes to the topic. It is the best series I have ever read. .
The three books in that series have earned a place in my mind beyond any other sort of reading experience I have ever had. And they set the bar very, very high.
After TBP I listened to the, "Fear The Sky" Saga by Stephen Moss, which is much less of a mikdfuck, but at the same time, is amazingly fun. Unlike TBP, it moves quickly and has a more focused and (relatively, much much) easier plot line to follow.
After fear the Sky I started the "BobiVerse," series, and, "Expeditionary Force," but haven't really been grabbed by either one, as both dint really deliver anything new from book too book. They are both worth listening to for a book or two, in my opinion, but after that it feels like a reskin of textures, without any novel formulas or character arcs.
If anyone can recommend another SciFi series that grabbed them, please let me know.
Other notables books I've listened to;
Seveneves Blindsight HellDivers(not my jam) Planetside (on book one now, really enjoying it)
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2023.06.04 15:25 Soffix- Reposting top of all time until 1 year ban, attempt 8 (but this time I'm depressed)
2023.06.04 15:25 Sockoflegend The pubs busy tonight, nowhere to sit. Fortunately me and my 5 mates have found the perfect spot standing directly infront of the bar
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2023.06.04 15:24 FractalsSourceCode First Trip - Please Help!!
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Newbie here, my buddy gave me this chocolate bar and said it’s “legit” & “from some study they’re doing in California” lols. However, there’s no company branding on it or anything identifiable from where it came from. I’m pretty sure it’s not from any reputable company & is counterfeit.
- Is it still safe to eat even though it is probably counterfeit?
- If so, how much to take? I was planning on trying about a third of the bar or a little bit less.
- Also, i have ADHD and take instant release adderall every morning at 8am of which the effects wear off by 2pm. I’ll take the shrooms at around 2pm. This is okay right?
- Are there hangovers from this? I have work tomorrow.
Thank you all!!
2023.06.04 15:23 DavidsJourney I can’t say I would change anything about this build! Treated myself to a high end machine and was able to cut component costs by staying on AM4
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This is my latest PC and hopefully my last until 4K 120hz OLED screens become reasonable in price. I love looking back to my first PC(7600k and RX 480 4gb) which is still being used by my gf. Unfortunately, in my second build, I bought a scalped 6800XT and just can’t say I had a good experience overall with it. I remember being unable to download graphics drivers initially, Trixx rgb software is actual TRASH, and for what I paid I didn’t think I got enough performance(paired with 5600x at 1440p). submitted by DavidsJourney to Amd [link] [comments]
I play mainly games (Hell Let Loose, Chivalry 2, GTA V, DayZ, Rimworld, Hellblade) and some minor 3D/CAD modeling and it is great so far. Most games I can crank settings to max and get 4K60 barring a few games with the regular split second drops to 53FPS (looking at you Senua’s Sacrifice). Otherwise lowering a setting or two to high is usually more than enough to maintain 60 frames!
• Radeon RX 7900XTX Sapphire Nitro+ • Ryzen 7 5800X3D • Thermalright Peerless Assassin SE 6 pipe single tower • Gigabyte X570 Auros Pro motherboard • 32GB 4x8 3200mhz Corsair Vengeance Pro • Corsair RMx 850W PSU • Corsair 4000D • x3 Arctic P14 ARGB • x2 Arctic P12 ARGB • Lian Li Strimer RGB power cable (OpenRGB and iCue used to control RGB)
• 4TB of storage all ssd/m.2 • PCiE m.2 expansion card • Corsair K70 RGB Pro • Corsair Scimitar • 4K 32” LG UltraFine IPS • 1080p 24” Acer (to be replaced with a free 27” 1440p 165hz soon) • Scarlett 2i2 connected to a Shure SM58 clone mic • ATH M50X • Steam Deck with 2TB of storage
2023.06.04 15:22 Promiscuous_Puritan Gays of Spain, I need your recs!
My best friend and I are traveling to Spain in late June (see dates below). Looking for recommendations for Barcelona and Madrid!
Specifically looking for: - general recommendations (favorite restaurants, bars, parks, touristy things that are worth it etc) - gay recs (bars, clubs, other) - pride recs (any cool parties or events I should look into?)
Travel dates: - Barcelona: June 17-20 - Granada: June 20-22 - Seville: June 22-23 - Madrid: June 23-27
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2023.06.04 15:22 tinamou-mist Earpiece plays piercingly loud when held to my ear, can't adjust the volume
So I've had these two problems since ever
First one: sometimes when I want to listen to a voice message, I'll tap play and then bring the phone to my ear, and it plays the message at a ridiculously loud volume, which is to say at speaker volume. It hurts like hell and I have to move it away as fast as I can, in anger and annoyance. All of this while the screen has gone black, so the phone does acknowledge it's been held against my ear.
I already have tinnitus so this is no fun at all. It hurts and it always startles and annoys me. Has anyone had this experience too?
Another problem I often experience when on a phone call is that I can't adjust the volume of the earpiece at all. I'll press the volume buttons and I'll see the volume bar move up or down on the screen, but the actual volume remains absolutely unchanged.
These two issues are really grinding my gears now. Is it time for a phone upgrade? Is there a solution?
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