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2019.05.20 15:09 papashaken Gamers With No Friends

For those of you who have no one to play with but would like to connect with others!

2017.10.12 20:39 Batshit_Betty Work sucks sometimes.

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2023.03.30 19:49 HumVe Xbox Game Pass Perk Giveaway (Single Use)

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2023.03.30 19:48 LadyShalltear12 Wish me luck the last challage i need to do before i download the update

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2023.03.30 19:47 Old-Description5059 The game is turning to crap (I don't mean balance or anything)

The game has become much worse, the players behave more and more inadequately. At least on Maze.
I played and destroyed everyone on the server with my special tricks during the game, then all the teamers just start copying me. I saw a man with a high record and he was being hunted by three.
Players just start to get together and walk around the server, that is, they are mobile teams. And I've seen one of four people, one of them has 700,000 points and is being guarded.

It's all horrible and unfair. When me and a few players started beating everyone on annihilator, literally the whole server was taking annihilators and hybrids, it was impossible to play, you kept getting randomly killed(oneshotted).

Players are getting more and more toxic and evil and chasing you after you kill them.
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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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2023.03.30 19:46 thep0et2652 How dare you not give up your house for me!

This was quite a few years ago now, but when my wife and I first got together but before we tied the knot we got kicked out of our rental because our shitty landlord didn't want to renovate after we found black mold in the house. We ended up living with my MIL for around 6 to 8 months. My wife was working for Walmart at the time and her paychecks went towards her car payment (bought before we were together) and childcare for her daughter from a previous relationship. Since I had no rent and very few other bills at the time, I saved up a healthy chunk of change pretty quick as the assistant manager of a fast food joint. Between that and my already healthy savings we had around $15k saved up, which was more than enough for the down payment on a house at the time, so we decided to start looking. Sorry if this seems like unnecessary background information, but it sets the stage for our CB.
So at this point we were living, quite literally, in her mom's basement, sharing a room with our two cats, and the house with the MIL who constantly complained about our parenting. Part of the reason I saved up so quickly is that I regularly picked up extra shifts just to avoid going "home". So needless to say we were very enthusiastically looking for a house.
Cue the CB. A friend of my wife's from high school. I think she had at least two kids before graduation and was on her 3rd or 4th baby daddy. 6 kids from at least 3 or 4 different fathers or something along those lines. Well, apparently she had seen my wife posting on FB about house hunting, and reached out to my wife asking for some financial assistance with some groceries and bills. So my wife, being the kind person that she is, offered to take her out grocery shopping for some necessities. CB's response: "No, that's not what I need! I need $5000 to pay these lawyers and medical bills! I know you have it since you're talking about buying a house"
My wife of course flat out told her no. Thankfully, since our finances were still separate at the time, she was able to use the excuse that it "wasn't even her money", to get the CB off her back, as she kept saying how she was good for it and would pay us back before we had to make a down payment (yeah right!)
tl:dr CB wanted us to essentially be homeless so she could pay for her poor life choices.
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2023.03.30 19:45 peakdiscoveries Hunting with a speargun for pollock in the cold waters of the North Atlantic

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2023.03.30 19:45 grosswife13 Just finished the anime!!

Just finished the anime (2006) wow!! It was phenomenal! The last episode gave me chills and happy tears!! I loved it so much! I wish it continued on and we could see what happens next. I’d love an after story!
I didn’t look at kanon 2002. Is it practically the same thing? Better or worse?
Do you think Yuuichi and Ayu would stay together and get married?
I was recommended this after asking for similarities to Clannad! I almost don’t know which I like more this or clannad. Just sounds like it’s time for a rewatch of both! Lol.
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2023.03.30 19:45 tonnie_taller Texas man claims little boy’s ghost pushed shopping cart into his car, causing $25K in damage

A Texas man claims a “mischievous child ghost” caused a shopping card to fly at his vehicle — and he says he knows the ghost. Coby Todd is a 21-year-old from Pottsboro, Texas, who recently went ghost hunting in a nearby town, as SWNS reported. The next day, he was leaving work at a local … Continue reading Texas man claims little boy’s ghost pushed shopping cart into his car, causing $25K in damage
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2023.03.30 19:44 SunsetAndSilence I asked ChatGPT to write a Rifftrax story for me.

Mike, Kevin, and Bill had just finished their latest Rifftrax session and were winding down in the green room, cracking jokes and sharing stories. As they were getting ready to head out, they noticed a mysterious envelope sitting on the coffee table.
Curious, they opened the envelope to find a handwritten note and a strange-looking DVD. The note read, "I have a challenge for you. Watch this movie and try to make it funny. It's the worst thing you've ever seen, but I dare you to try!"
Intrigued, the trio popped the DVD into the player and sat back to watch. As the movie started, they quickly realized that the note-writer was not exaggerating. This was truly the worst movie they had ever seen. The acting was wooden, the dialogue was stilted, and the special effects were laughably bad.
But being the pros that they are, Mike, Kevin, and Bill rose to the challenge. They started riffing on the movie, cracking jokes about the terrible acting and the nonsensical plot. The more they riffed, the funnier the movie became.
As they reached the climax of the film, they were in full riffing mode, firing off one hilarious joke after another. Suddenly, they noticed that the DVD was glowing brightly, and a strange energy was emanating from the screen.
Before they knew it, they were sucked into the movie itself. They found themselves standing in the middle of the film's final battle scene, surrounded by bad CGI monsters and inexplicably-dressed extras.
But instead of being scared, Mike, Kevin, and Bill were excited. This was the ultimate challenge, the chance to riff live on the worst movie ever made.
For the next hour, they rained down a barrage of jokes, quips, and one-liners on the movie's hapless characters. The audience was in stitches, and even the actors on set were cracking up.
As the final credits rolled, Mike, Kevin, and Bill high-fived each other, knowing that they had conquered the ultimate challenge. And as they looked around, they realized that they were back in the green room, holding the strange DVD in their hands.
"Wow," said Mike. "That was incredible."
"Yeah," said Kevin. "But I never want to watch that movie again."
Bill just grinned. "You know what they say," he said. "If you can't riff on 'em, join 'em."
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2023.03.30 19:43 djshannonc1 4 Tips To Make Your Next Office Party More Fun

4 Tips To Make Your Next Office Party More Fun

With the holidays upon us and Christmas little more than a week away, most people have probably attended a company holiday party (or will in the next week) this year. While an office party can be a great way for the company to boost morale and say thank you to their staff, often times those good intentions fall short leaving employees obligated to attend another boring company event. Some businesses notice lack of attendance or shortened stay times by staff. Others notice that morale doesn’t seem to change at all post-event. With the intention of an office party being such a positive one, businesses are finding themselves looking for new ways to give their employees more than another stale office party.
I’ve played several corporate events in the span of my DJ career, and have seen the full spectrum of company parties from those that go all out to those that barely show up. Budget aside, I’ve compiled a few simple trends that seem to add life to the average company party. Hopefully they’ll give you some ideas to add some zest to your next company event.
  1. Location, Location, Location! You’ve heard the phrase and it applies to more than just Real Estate. What’s more fun than an office party at the office? An office party somewhere OTHER THAN the office! Some companies have the budget to rent out an event venue. Others set up an employee “field trip” or employee day at a set location. (Office Top Golf Trip!) Either way, leaving the office instantly adds an elevated level of excitement. I even played a company holiday party recently that was held at the owner’s house! There’s so many options of ways to take your party off site. Try it for an instant event up-level.
  2. Theme It Up! Another fun way to add an extra level of fun to your office party is to choose a theme. (Ugly Sweater Party, Great Gatsby Party, Company Luau Party, Ho Ho Ho Down, etc) While this sounds a little silly, asking people to dress in a way that they wouldn’t usually while attending the event adds an additional level of excitement and fun. A theme can be a fun way to increase participation, increase morale, and just generally jazz things up.
  3. Want To Play A Game? A trend I’ve seen a lot this year includes game play to bring employees together in a way that exceeds the standard office party gossip. For holiday parties, some companies do this in the form of a white elephant gift exchange. A friend’s company did a Karaoke competition (with prizes for the winners), I’ve seen dance competitions, employee cook-off competitions, lip synch battles, scavenger hunts, and more. The great thing about company party games is that there is really no limit to what you can come up with and get people to do.
  4. Add Live Music! Add a cherry on top with an event DJ or live band! While someone hooking up their Spotify account to a blue tooth speaker gets the job done, nothing adds up level like your party having it’s own band or DJ. A professional that’s dedicated to the music allows the staff to all be present to enjoy the party and your company to get a customized performance tailored specifically for your event. I’ve played company parties with live musicians (violinist, percussionist, etc) as well as company parties where I was the main event. In all of these cases, having live music to help direct the flow of energy and set the vibe turned the average office party into a PARTY!
Use these tips together or choose one or two to help spice things up. And, of course, all tips can be modified to adjust to any sized budget.
Bonus Pro-Tip: BOOK YOUR ENTERTAINMENT AS SOON AS YOU BOOK YOUR VENUE!!! Don’t find yourself in the last minute scramble of trying to find anyone who’s available instead of someone who’s good and qualified. Not all DJs and bands are created equal, and by waiting until the last minute to book, you run the risk all of the good ones being gone. On that note, if you’re looking for some extra tips to help you find the best DJ, Band, Caterer, Photographer, or any other vendor for your upcoming event, check out A Guide To Find The Best DJ In Tampa (or any other city).
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2023.03.30 19:42 Jaeger-the-great I think finally got it through to my mother (TW)

Since I came out around February of 2021 immediately my 3 sisters caught on pretty quick and were supportive. They all used my name and pronouns pretty quick and never made a stink about it at all, they put forth a great effort to be supportive but not overly so. My father eventually stopped talking to me which was predicted since he's a bigoted narc so no surprise. My mother however remained on the fence about it for such a long time. It took maybe a year before I finally heard her refer to me as Jaeger or use my pronouns, before this she tried to avoid any names or pronouns for me. She hasn't really been the best supportive mother in general like even as a kid I could never vent to her about my issues and I never went to her for support since she just wasn't great with it. It was never anything directly harmful but I could tell she doubted me and would always tell me about "this is so hard on me" as if I didn't debate killing myself several times throughout transitioning. I even gave her my hunting rifle to watch since I feared what I would do but always progressed with my transition and was firm about staying on track. Around February we went and got dinner and it was pretty awful, just her complaining about how upset she is that my father and I are at odds because neither one of us wants to compromise. I'm not asking for much so like seriously fuck him, I'd sooner die than detransition and I've always made a point of telling her there's no way I would go back. I told her I won't deal with any more complaining with her and told her I'd give her one more chance. She of course brought it up and I told her about how when I was in middle school I would watch all these trans YouTubers. I told her about how I wanted so badly for those things to happen for me, but I saw the way my father felt about LGBTQ+ especially trans people and feared for my life if I ever came out. I told her I feared that he would genuinely kill me if I came out or else at least make my life a living hell. I told her about how I'd lie awake at night wishing I could get cervical cancer and/or breast cancer so that I could get those parts removed without having to actually be trans. I told her about how I wished my ovaries could be fucked so I would have high testosterone without being trans. About how badly I wished for all these things while trying so hard to deny it because I feared what my parents would do and fearing the consequences. And I finally made it to 18 I had pushed those feelings back, but at 19 they returned and I knew I had no other choice. I found it was feasible them and I was done trying to push it back and was ready to pursue it. She seemed to change her tone about "I wished you would've told me these things sooner." And I think for me it seemed like maybe I finally clicked in her head. She did say she's still worried about my top surgery but I assured her that complications are rare and generally minor, and that the surgeon I have is really good and skilled and I looked up all her results which look great. The health program I'm going through to get it done does a good job and they are very experienced and knowledgeable in trans healthcare. I'm hoping this will get things closer to her accepting me and realizing that this is really who I am. Everyone else in my life gets it so it's not crucial to have her support but it definitely makes things easiebe better. I've been living mostly stealth and everyone around me seems to treat and view me as a normal cis guy. I go to the gym, I have facial hair on the sides of my face and on my chin and kinda getting a moustache, and my voice is very deep and has a good amount of bass to the point I normally sing down an octave.
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2023.03.30 19:41 Full_Echo_3123 Grail Stash Slots

So I'm not trying to say D4 needs to rip a page from Path of Exile's book, but it certainly would be a very welcome feature to have a dedicated stash which contains exactly 1 slot for each unique item in the game. It would make hunting for a collection a lot more convenient than trying to micro manage a cluttered stash, or worse an external site where you 'check off' items as you find them. They could make it so that the item is consumed and cannot be retrieved once placed in the collection stash if that seems like too much stash space.
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2023.03.30 19:40 PopcornHatJax Proof WB is a fraud

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2023.03.30 19:40 geiseldiesel I want to get into the game industry, but based on my background how do I get there? Am I also making the right decision?

Hello fellow redditors, I want to give some background on myself and then move into my question.
I've always been a huge gamer at heart and as a kid always wanted to work at a video game company. As I grew up I decided I wanted to be a developer, and I graduated with a Bachelor's in Computer Science in 2020. Right after graduation I landed a job as an IT consultant.
When I first started my job, I worked for a few months on a project that involved data migration and some SQL. Was pretty easy and we finished the project early, but what I wanted to do was front end development. I finally got that opportunity another few months down the road on an internal project, and I was our front-end Team Lead. We used Angular, and nobody else on my team really knew anything about it so I led the charge (I was no expert but I was able to get by. I was decent with HTML and CSS).
While I got what I wanted, I felt off doing it. Not before long I got recruited to join a big client project that involved global teams for multiple years, as a business analyst.
I came onto that project knowing absolutely nothing, in a new role I never experienced before. So obviously I was nervous and felt really out of place. 2 year later, I can say I'm absolutely killing it. I've learned so many new skills, worked directly with the client / end users for requirements tracking, and I also volunteered to help with training materials / videos. I actually did so well with making training videos I'm now the Training Lead for our entire project. I get praise from my company and the client's high ups. I'm just really proud of myself, and know for a fact I no longer want to be a developer.
Ok background stuff done. I recently went to PAX East this past weekend and while I was there something hit me. On my last day, I was upstairs looking down the on showroom and thought: "Wow. This is where I want to be. This is the industry I care about". It was such a strong feeling man. There was a panel for "Breaking into the Game Industry" and I met with a producer from the panel afterwards.
My question to them is the same question I'd ask here: Based off my background and experience, how would I get into the games industry? Are the skills I have enough to qualify me for any positions?
Their response was that I'd be a good fit for a Community Manager. I've applied to a few, but got turned down immediately. What do you all think?
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2023.03.30 19:39 OneFlowMan We need a toggle for smart loot, especially if respecs will be costly.

There's a lot of debate about the cost of respecing. I am not entirely opposed to a cost. But I get both sides of the argument.
Ultimately what I feel the main issue is for me, I don't want to HAVE to roll a PvP and PvE version of the SAME class. I think having different characters spec'd for different purposes is fun. I think rolling a PvE sorc and using it to find loot for my PvP rogue is fun. Unfortunately, smart loot ruins that. If I want a pvp sorc and a pve sorc then sobeit, that's at least my choice. I don't want to be FORCED to roll a PvE variant of every class that I want to PvP with just to be able to hunt for gear.
Smart loot needs to be a toggle.
The only alternative solution to the issue I have with having to roll the same class twice is adding loadouts that I can toggle between for free. Maybe we have to buy additional load out tabs with gold. Maybe only allow me to switch loadouts from town. If I want to respec a load out then I pay the normal respec fee.
I'd be fine with either of those solutions.
I also think having a training ground where we could TRY different specs before financially committing to them would be a great QoL feature as well.
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2023.03.30 19:39 GranpaWalton Taming sounds its best when the pet is a pickaxe

The idea of having one more thing to take out of the bank to get a 5% higher return on whatever existing activity youre doing sounds lame, when the devs mentioned an amadillo hunting for treasure in a desert it really didnt sound that bad of a concept
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2023.03.30 19:38 Eroyal93 Toddler broke the rotation shaft on my crusher evos, I’ve been trying to fix them for months. I’m desperate.

I left my headphones on my nightstand and the next time I entered the room, my son was in there playing and they were on the floor broken. One month after my warranty ended, and I definitely don’t have the money for a new pair. Parent life. At least the electronics still work.
I couldn’t find a replacement part in stock, so I tried to repair them myself. Drilled some micro-holes through the shaft, set some metal pins, and fused everything with JB weld. It worked and still rotated! …for about 2 weeks. It’s just too high stress of a joint to repair, honestly.
So, I went on the hunt for a part again. I found the same rotation shaft part for the HESH that looked similar, so I ordered it, and then literally bound the broken side with some macrame knots and hot glue while I waited on the part to arrive. GUESS WHAT? It doesn’t fit. Just for your awareness.
So at this point I’ve tried searching for the part, aftermarket parts, 3D prints for the part, “for parts only” marketplace and eBay listings—I can find NOTHING. Does anyone have any advice? Leads? A beyond repair set they’d sell me for cheap I can part out?
My last ditch effort is to remove the shaft from the opposite side, mold it, resin cast a copy, and use that. But I was going to have my local tech guys do the soldering work since that’s not something I’m proficient in, and I’d really rather not turn this into twice the amount of work AND a multi-visit process.
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2023.03.30 19:37 Far_Secret7322 Who can help me understand Visibility?

I hunt in Mazatlán, Sinaloa. México and we have the worst visibility in the area, why is that?, I mean, we are practically in the sea of Cortez, if you go north 200 miles at any direction they have perfect vis most of the year. Here we have a couple of weeks a year of clear water..
We are not near any mouth of a river, we only have rain in the summer, we doesn't have real pollution causes like rubbish and faecal water dumping, maritime traffic, industry...
I don't want to think is pure bad luck... I get that in the summer because all the biological matter suspended, but at winter? (75°F) , please help to understand this...
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2023.03.30 19:37 awishtheheartmakes Best Colleen Hoover Book for sun holiday?

So i read it ends with us and it starts with us, which I quite enjoyed and found to be page turners.
I’m now on the hunt for my next CH book, but want one that isn’t totally depressing because I’ll be reading it on a sun holiday.
I have read a lot of the bios and several of the ‘best CH books’ on this sub and got the impression some are very hard hitting.
So yeah, what is a good page turner but wouldn’t be too hard hitting while I’m on hols? If that’s even possible? 😂 Like I didn’t find ISWU or IEWU too much, if that gives you any sort of scale?
Anyway hope that makes sense and really looking forward to your suggestions :)
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2023.03.30 19:36 demi_skincare Full Bodycare Shelfie

Full Bodycare Shelfie
Bodycare products, which I have been using and finishing. I live in a very hot place, and it's always hot here. My body's skin is always dry but not patchy. This is going to be a very long post.
Body Soaps:
I always try different soaps, so once in a while, I go to the supermarket and get 5 or 6 soaps that I have never used before. I rarely buy them online. I hate soaps that leave the skin very dry or too slippery, making me feel like I didn't wash it. Repurchasing is almost never done, except for a few that really impressed me.
  1. Park Avenue: I never used one from them, so I picked it up at Dmart, but I was also a little worried if the fragrance was going to be strong. I liked it right away because it's a white bar with a light fragrance. It doesn't strip my skin but leaves it moisturized without being slippery. I felt like using a soap that was half like Dove but not very creamy. If you hate dove but need a moisturizing one, try this. Price-wise, it's a little high compared to many commonly found soaps. WRP. Already got the second bar.
  2. Soulflower Tomato: The soap bar is big, but the fragrance is so strong for me that it fills the bathroom even without me using it. It has a strong mix of fragrances, which I don't like sometimes but am ok with sometimes. On the very first use, I didn't like it much, but after that, I started to like it. This soap was very different from others I've used; it feels like a gel-type soap that easily gets applied to the skin and foams well. Not stripping, not moisturizing—just normal. Price-wise, it's high for soap, so I might not RP unless I get a very good offer. I bought this on their Rs. 1 soap offer, but you need to pay to ship of Rs. 99, so I ordered it with a few other products.
  3. Lux: I used to repurchase Lux primarily for the fragrance, but it is a soap that only has fragrance and does nothing else but strips the skin. This bar dad just got back from a trip to Sri Lanka and saw the INCI order change a bit. WNRP.
  4. Khadi Natural (not in picture): One of the soaps I really like. I first got their 12-piece mini-size set to know which variant It is a glycerin soap that is not stripping or drying, like the fragrance. I always repurchase rose water, jasmine, and haldi. I enjoy rose water fragrance in products, and this gives the perfumer's rose water, which is used in functions, a pleasant aroma. Always RP I recently found it was available at the DMart in my town, so I got it there, but Jasmin is not available with them. Good price; you can get it online for around Rs. 50 after the offer.
  5. Rani Sandalwood: I don't remember how it was because I used it about 4 years ago, and I didn't find this one anywhere in South India. Dad got it on his trip with the Lux; it's made in Sri Lanka. I like its fragrance; other things I forgot, so I will open this next month, then I will update the review.
Body Washes:
I was not a fan of body washes, but lately, I started trying out some because of a change in fragrance. I don't always use them daily, and I also don't like body washes that leave a slip.
  1. Biotique Apricot: I got it a while back because I heard good reviews about it and also because the price was affordable. I really like the peachy fragrance this gives off; it's a thick gel that does the job well and doesn't leave a slip. The only and only product I liked from this whole brand. WNRP I got a different product that has a peachy fragrance.
  2. Dove Gentle Exfoliating: I got it again after seeing good reviews online and hearing that it helps with Bacne. The wash is a very thick cream that has tiny beads on it; the beads don't really feel like scrubs, so it's not a problem. I really don't like this too-thick texture, and yes, this leaves the skin moisturized, but it also leaves a slip, so use extra water to wash it off. Sometimes I love using it, but it takes a long time to empty. I still have half of it left when I start to get bored of it, but currently, this is the good one among the other ones I'm using. Nope, it didn't help with body acne. WNRP
  3. Plum Caramel: My favorite of all in here, I always use this one when I feel like getting some extra care for myself. It's a cream-type wash that has a really sweet caramel fragrance that also stays on the skin for some time if you don't follow it with a fragranced body lotion. I once used this before a car trip early in the morning, and I was able to smell this fragrance on the car and on myself an hour or two after using it. I use only one pump of it, but sometimes, if I take two pumps by mistake, I find the sweetness of the fragrance to be too much. WRP is planning to get this whole caramel set on a good sale next time.
  4. Boho Botanist Rose: As this one says rose, I would think the fragrance would be nice, but no, I can't really smell roses in it; it just smells like a floral. Not heavy, the gel is runny, and I found this one to be very average. I got it with a free kit from Foxy. WNRP.
  5. Boho Botanist Almond(Not in pic): I just opened this one a few days ago, and I don't know what fragrance it has, which I don't like much. I would say this is more of a body oil wash than a body wash; it's very watery and doesn't later or even get applied to the skin; instead, it emulsifies like using a cleansing oil on the body. Also, this needs more than 25 mL for just one wash. WNRP.
I have body odor, which I inherited from my father, but I spend most of my time indoors and prefer mild fragrances.
  1. Carmesi Citrus Sea: I got this to know how the fragrance of it is, which is like men's perfume and a refreshing fragrance. This is more suitable for outdoors and does control odor better than the other 2. It does stay long. The price is very low, and it lasts me two months. I got it for $150 from the brand's site. WRP already got it after the sweet and the sunset got over.
  2. Carmesi Sweet Summer: This one has a very mild sweet fragrance, which I like, and I use it after my evening shower as the fragrance doesn't bother me. It doesn't control odor well but lasts if I don't sweat much. Might RP if I want to change from the AHA one.
  3. Chemist at Play AHA Peach: I got it after hearing so many positive reviews online. The deodorant lasts me 24 hours and really worked on my dark underarms. I saw a visible change after using it for more than a month. Controls odor so well; it has a peachy scent that is not very strong. WRP, the price is high, so I will only get it on any BOGO offer on the brand's site.
  4. Carmesi Floral Sunset: I got this together with the summer one. This has a strong floral fragrance, which is good for use outdoors I don't like this fragrance but my sister likes it. I will RP either this or Cirtus for my sister.
Body Lotions:
I don't usually apply lotion every day, but I'm trying to make it a habit. The most important aspect of body lotion I look for is that it is not sticky and well-scented.
  1. Nivea Aloe Gel: I got this as a replacement one because the other Nivea lotion I got was damaged from the store. I was very much looking forward it to being good but it's a huge HF. The gel melts when it touched the skin, does not at all hydrate or moisturize, and is very sticky on the skin folds, very disappointing product other than looking good all are 0. WNRP.
  2. Derma co Vitamin E: The lotion is quite thick but on applying it gets absorbed onto the skin fully, I can't even feel like I applied a lotion which you get from using any other lotions, really nice to use in summer but for winter it will not be enough. Any changes I saw after using it means I don't think I did notice anything visible change. Claims to be hydrating but it's not really hydrating. For people who don't like lotions that you can feel on the skin then this works well. Might RP.
  3. Love Beauty & Planet Lavender: I fell for the color of the bottle and ordered this instead of Coconut. I regret getting it as the fragrance is too strong even my dad asked me why I'm wearing strong perfume at home. Moisturing is all good not sticky. I like their lotion but hate this fragrance I couldn't stand using it so I decided to empty it fast by applying more. WNRP this lavender but instead I got the coconut one.
  4. Suganda Lactic: I don't have KP or Strawberry legs so I can't tell if it worked for that, other than that I liked it very lightweight and absorbed well no issue with it. Don't buy the scented it has nothing but a raw citrus fragrance that is too mild butter to buy unscented. I did see some changes in my skin texture. MR, when there are, offers the unscented version.
  5. Ponds Triple Vitamin: This one is underrated, it's really nice to use it the fragrance is not like rose type but floral, it's very hard for me to like the floral fragrance but I liked this one, moisturizing light, and not sticky. Most favorite is when I mix this one and plum vanilla body oil together the fragrance is so nice. I get the small bottle cause it is easy to carry for travel. WRP.
  6. Plum Vanilla Body Oil: I like this one the only body oil I use but sometimes it feels very sweet so mostly I mix it with the ponds. Everyone in my family likes this, everyone who asks for coconut to apply for dry skin on the body I give them this and they all like it. My grandmother also liked it. Little pricy to buy without a good offer so WRP is only on sale.
  7. Loee Bobvn: At the start, a few uses I didn't like the fragrance when using it in winter but in summer I love it, Very light and nice, does the job My and sister both use it and almost empty. Might RP as of now I have many other lotions to use.
  8. Vaseline SPF30 Sunscreen Pa++: Very good sunscreen for the body, lightweight, and has no white cast but it's not water resistant. I have reapplied it 3 times using it and never felt heavy or greasy. It has the usual lotion kind of fragrance. I use 10 - 15 pumps for just the hands. Apply only on places that would be exposed to sunlight. Very sad part the SPF30 is low and only PA++. No, it didn't tan my skin and also I have not stayed more than an hour in extreme sun. WPR if I didn't find anything better to replace this.
I always prefer mild-scented fragrances. At home, my dad and I are the only people who use fragrances; others hate perfumes.
  1. BBW Dark Kiss: Fell into the hype and got it and oh no it's strong and the scent really bothers me, everyone hates it so so much. Doesnt last also long. Never worth paying so much or buying on offers too. WNRP.
  2. Plum Everythin Plum: Again it was a new launch and the fragrance notes looked good so immediately got it on launch and it's strong, it's a mix of fruity, citrus, and less sweet which is strong. After one spray I did not go near it. WNRP Next time think of buying a vanilla one.
  3. Engage Spell: My favorite and easily available one, the fragrance is so mild no matter how much I spray it doesn't bother my nose yet stays really for a long time. Being using it since my school time it's now more than 5+ years. Alwaya RP.
  4. Plum Rose: Got it has a free gift on my order wow it's really nice, very mild, and has only rose fragrance. Many ppl around me liked it. Just a rose fragrance, not a strong floral type. My aunt liked it a lot and asked me to get one for her. Lasts for a good time. Might RP this or vanilla.
  5. Zudio Wild: Dad got this one from the shop when he took this I checked the tester it felt strong too but I was curious to open it so I used it first and it was not strong at all, I really like it but I won't say it mild it average. Always me and dad using this one only when going out. Almost empty. Just 99rs very affordable WRP.
  6. BBW Japanese Cherry Blossom: Got this also with the dark kiss, this is also strong but was not bothersome so it's ok but again not worth the hype and price. This one everyone gave ok, not bad reaction to it. I think I would be able to use it when I go over. It didn't last that long. WNRP is too expensive if not for the myntra sale I wouldn't have even gone near it.
I almost never repurchase products if I haven't found a better or similar alternative. I always keep trying different things whenever there is a huge sale. Now that I'm overflowing with so many products in all categories, I plan on emptying them, so you will see more review posts. I didn't type it all in one go; whenever I get some time, I type and save it as a draft.
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2023.03.30 19:36 skyersjet Is it weird to refer cycling to driving?

I was recently considering buying a car just to look more adult but the one time I took a lesson in 2010 I didn't really enjoy it. The field of view felt very restricted and the braking force and acceleration was ridiculous, got thrown forward the first time I pressed the brakes.
I felt like I wasn't fully in control compared to a bicycle which feels like an extension of my body. Every twitch and twist, it reacts, my view is completely unhindered and acceleration and braking is slow and smooth.
Fast forward to 2023 (wow time flies) I tried a throttle e-bike which of course isn't a car but the throttle basically makes it a moped. I didn't even like that. I felt like I was doing nothing except sitting there trying not to crash so I asked my e-bike shop to switch it to pedal assist. He thinks I'm weird ("why would you want to pedal?") but idk it's relaxing and makes me feel more in control.
Are my points valid or am I just a failure? I'm worried that I've spent too long travelling down the side of the road at 20mph and have become incapable of handling being in the middle of the road at 50mph.
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2023.03.30 19:36 ThomasGregorich Texas Republicans propose creation of vigilante group to hunt migrants at the border that will have immunity from prosecution

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