2021.09.22 20:24 numist RoI on the LAPD EOD SNAFU BBQ has been released
2021.09.22 20:24 Firm_Swordfish_8807 Carnage who ?
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2021.09.22 20:24 matu_fail I have optimise battery charging on but my mac keeps charging past 80
Hey guys, from what I understand, with this setting on, my mac should run on adapter only at 80% instead of continuing to charge. I got my mac monday and turned this setting on, however even right now, my mac has charged from 54 to 82. Is this a software bug?
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2021.09.22 20:24 blankblinkblank Frank would probably drop a few grand on this piece
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2021.09.22 20:24 15795After If I hire someone to design a Shopify Store and they use a Premium Theme, how do I edit it?
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2021.09.22 20:24 Ben-Benny-Benjamin What are some of the best TV shows (past or present) built around mystery?
2021.09.22 20:24 Medicated850 Duffy is committed. We are blessed to have him and Hunter be so loyal.
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2021.09.22 20:24 dickety-split "You have to protect yourself" (CW Femicide)
Content warning- femicide and violence.
Something my dad constantly tells me. Often in response to news stories about women being killed by men while going about their daily business, or committing the cardinal sin of walking through a park alone.
He doesn't understand that I know. Literally every woman knows. We've all had it drilled into our heads that we're a target for violent men, and must conduct our daily lives as such. We don't need men telling us how to protect ourselves, and demanding 24/7 hyper-vigilance that no human could reasonably keep to.
My dad doesn't like it when I tell him all women know these pieces of advice. We live it daily.
I'd just been out riding my bike in the park- first time I've rode a bike in over a decade. It was a lovely, freeing experience and as we were walking home, my dad just told me to be aware of bike thieves etc; a fairly reasonable concern for a new bike owner. But for some reason, when I told him I planned to go back the next morning, he found it relevant to mention that a 28 year old woman had been killed in a park over the weekend- and that the Metropolitan Police had released a series of guidelines explaining how to keep safe and protect yourself. It's always the same- don't walk down quiet and shady streets alone, stay vigilant. Be careful in the park. Don't wear headphones while walking.
I am an autistic woman. Often going outdoors is unbearable if I don't wear headphones. I suppose then, the solution is to either try to deal with heaps of sensory and mental overload, or just stay home. The very mechanism by which the outside world is made palatable to me, is the same one I'm told not to use if I want to stay alive. Of course a level of common sense is necessary when wearing a headset- I wouldn't wear them while cycling. I'm very vigilant when crossing the road and make sure to check if someone's walking behind me/ trying to get my attention. But still, sometimes when I wear headphones outdoors, people eye me up with judgement - or if they try to talk to me and I don't hear, they get angry. I wish people knew that I needed these.
I don't know, I guess I just needed to rant. Thanks.
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2021.09.22 20:24 Paker106 Beyler bi flood vardı bir çocukla konuşma(Sen erkeksin bende kız diye başlıyordu ) kayıt eden varsa atabilir mi?
2021.09.22 20:24 Anyun Don't get an MPH (unless...)
I see too many posts in this subreddit about "what kinds of jobs can I get an MPH?" or "I can't find a job after my MPH!" or "how do I find a high paying job with my MPH?"
To all of these people, I always have the same response, which is that you probably shouldn't get/have gotten an MPH.
The thing most of these posters share in common is that they got into the MPH track because they heard about public health, decided it was a good fit for their life philosophies, and then applied to programs without actually understanding what the value of an MPH is and how to evaluate a masters program.
First and foremost, THE MPH IS NOT A DEGREE YOU GET TO START YOUR CAREER. If you haven't been working for a few years directly in public health doing something related to what you want to do, you absolutely should not get this degree. Universities that try recruit you will always tell you about how an MPH qualifies you to work in government or nonprofits or academia, but don't forget that MPH programs are primarily cash cows for the schools - they have an incentive to make it seem like an MPH is more valuable than it is.
The value of an MPH to your career is in the promotions that it qualifies you for. Imagine you've been working as a health educator for about a year or two. You want to move up to the next level, maybe be a supervisor or run your own department. You might be considered for that promotion, but more than likely your employer will make an outside hire who will have about the same amount of experience as you, plus an advanced degree. This situation is the prime reason for why someone should get an MPH. Study part time while working, so that you have a job during and after the program, then use your experience and new degree to find a better job. Don't make the mistake of thinking that having an MPH alone qualifies you to apply to those supervisory jobs out of school. You might get lucky, but probably not.
Secondly, A NAME BRAND UNIVERSITY DOES NOT MEAN A MORE VALUABLE MPH. I see so many posters saying something like "I got into [state uni] with a solid aid package, but also got into [ivy league]. What do?" That shouldn't even be a question! You go to the cheaper program! Always! And also, just because a school is a name brand university, doesn't mean it's actually better for teaching you or helping you make connections! The best Ivy for public health is obviously Columbia, but they admit hundreds of students to their MPH program. Think about how that translates to access to professors or networking - it doesn't. You'll have to be totally self directed, and if you have the ability to make your own opportunities already, then you absolutely should be at the cheaper program because you don't need a name brand diploma anyways.
So what actually makes an MPH program valuable? Firstly, make sure it's an MPH program within a separate College of Public Health. Don't go somewhere that houses their MPH program in their med school or nursing school, because that means you'll always be playing second fiddle for resources and access. Next, make sure you know how the practicum and capstone is structured. Before committing to a program, talk to the professors and admins who actually set those things up and make sure your comfortable with how they anticipate it playing out. The best thing is always when an MPH program allows you to count your current job as practicum experience, and allows you to use something you're doing for work as your capstone. The caveat to this is if you plan to go into academia, then you should do research for both. Also, I know it's tempting to go to an online program, and that there isn't much difference anymore in COVID times, but MPH programs admit like 5-10 times as many online students as in-person students, and online students get no attention or face-time with professors. That means you're SoL when it comes to references and letters of recommendation. Pick your local uni, take night classes, and pop in around lunchtime once in a while to attend special topics lectures so the profs and admins know who you are.
Lastly on my list of all-caps bolded mantras: THE ROI ON AN MPH DEGREE IS LOW, DON'T GET THIS DEGREE EXPECTING TO MAKE MONEY. If you want to make money, even in public health, get an MS in biostatistics and work in the private sector. People do make money in public health, but it takes persistence, talent, and luck. Even the most brilliant MPH grad has a good chance of getting stuck in a dead end GS-12 federal job for the rest of their lives. The only way to fight this, if you are prioritizing making money, is to stay on the move, and change organizations every few years. That's the only way you're going to consistently increase your salary. Hell, take two jobs at once for all I care, you can do that now that we're all working remotely anyways.
Public health is a saturated field where anybody with a bachelors degree can get an MPH if they have money (or poor judgement) to throw around. There is very little quality control. It's well known that all you need is a bachelors degree and like a year of volunteer experience along with a statement that says you want to "address the social determinants of health" and BAM you've just gotten admission to an MPH program.
The simple facts are that it's not hard to get an MPH, there are a lot of people with this degree, and public health is not a high paying field to begin with. So you shouldn't get an MPH. Not unless you're already working in the field, have a way to pay less than $30k out of pocket, and already know that you'll be lucky to break $120k/year in your lifetime.
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2021.09.22 20:24 kznsq Autumn Yacht, My oil painting on canvas 16''x20''
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2021.09.22 20:24 crytoloover How to stake BNB on Trust Wallet and Earn More
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2021.09.22 20:24 theDuckPancake Drawing badly until BOTW 2 - Day 319
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2021.09.22 20:24 123XASSASSINX123 The twins origin ins't a bit obvious but no one has talked about this?
Hello guys, you know the antagonist in the Matrix movie, the twins? Those guys who could phase trhough walls? I havent't seen anyone talk about this, including on the wiki, so i figured this one out from watching the movies, but remember when the Architect said that one of the matrix versions was a nightmare version, filled with monsters such as vampires, demons, and... ghosts?
I've always thought this was The Twins backstory, they are ghosts from these old version of the matrix (so it fits with their "Exile backstory"), they had their AI changed as to serve the Merigivian (Grammar) and they have phasing habilities like a ghost, but with limitations as to give the bluepills a fighting chance back in the old matrix.
However, i haven't seen anyone talk about this, not in the comment of youtube videos, in some random forums or places, neither in the Wiki either. I'm just curious if anyone has thought of saw this, cause it seems a bit obvious, but the movie never stated this directly.
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2021.09.22 20:24 crytoloover BEST Yield Farming Opportunity on Fantom!?!? (Multiple 100% APYs)
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2021.09.22 20:24 AWashGYT Ordered a new knife, something is missing.
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2021.09.22 20:24 RC123TheyCallMe You're about to open a pit of hell.
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2021.09.22 20:24 an0nym0ose How would everyone feel about the scav karma system from the event staying? Specifically, the hostile scavs to any players with sufficiently negative karma?
I would personally love to see people with negative scav karma loading into a match with hostile scavs.
There's a bonus for having good rep, but no drawback for negative rep. So there's really no impetus for people not to just murk you while you've got your head down in a loot container. I'm not posting to say "hostile scavs bad," you can play the game the the way you want. There are plenty of reasons to be a hostile scav, but there should be repercussions.
Playing a nice scav has its own drawbacks. You can't kill another scav carrying something you might need. Scav with a Pestily mask? Better not shoot him down and take it. Scavs wearing pilgrims? No blueberry for you, not if you want that sweet timer cooldown and higher quality gear when you load in. You're literally forgoing loot and taking the risk of being killed by hostile player scavs to get your rep up. It has positives and drawbacks.
At the moment, there is no drawback whatsoever for anyone playing with negative rep. You get whatever loot you can pull off of AI scavs or player scavs that you wiggle back at and turn their back on you, for the low low price of scavs in the immediate area turning hostile. So it's all positive with virtually zero drawback.
I shot a scav earlier while firing at a PMC and lost .14 rep. You get .01 for extracting, and .01 for killing a PMC as a scav. You lose so much for killing other scavs as a scav, but it makes no practical difference if you're not worried about Fence rep.
I'm just advocating for at least some drawback to playing hostile, to match the drawbacks of playing friendly.
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2021.09.22 20:24 Spencerscripts Lone Wolf and Cub (BOOKS AND FILMS/TV SERIES)
Lone Wolf and Cub Manga, (a series which I am about embark on as soon as amazon sends it), I was interested in know if the books were ever given a book to screen adaptation. All the stories in one on going series for tv? Just wondering is all...?
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2021.09.22 20:24 crytoloover Ecomi COO Dan Explains Omi Token Burning Is A Primary Focus of The VeVe Verse! VeVe NFTS
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2021.09.22 20:24 HowlingHyena14 Still worth it for $3? (see second image)
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2021.09.22 20:24 TheNightmareSoldier Train station thing wip
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2021.09.22 20:24 swatguy06 In the immortal words of Ice Cube, I gotta say it was a good day.
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