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Here is a drawing of Viper from Valorant. It took me a little long because the app I was drawing with crashed

2021.05.06 10:27 eldor_a10 Here is a drawing of Viper from Valorant. It took me a little long because the app I was drawing with crashed

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2021.05.06 10:27 Potential-Football-2 Wilbur saying things weirdly similar to BBH

Time to get flamed to try and link everything to BBH but I do have some proof of it.
The most obvious part is the "turning over a new leaf" which are both things that BBH and Wilbur repeated endlessly, that they are "changing" and "apologizing for their wrondoings". Honestly it can't be a coincidence considering how much both of them say that line.
The second is the "power vaccum" comment Wilbur made which is scarely similar to the one BBH did at the eggpire a while ago. Wilbur talked about how Dream protected people from taking power and protected the "power vaccum" that was left when he died. BBH a while ago talked about now that Dream is dead, there is a "powervaccum" and they need to take their chance and take it.
Wilbur is known to be smart with wording and foreshadowing in general so for him to say those lines referring to BBH is likely not a coincidence and considering that he is the MAIN WRITER of the SMP makes me think BBH is gonna play a bigger role than people think.
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2021.05.06 10:27 ContentForager I took the dive and I am very thankful for the Devs and this community (/r/sonarr)

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2021.05.06 10:27 SimpleEffective3733 Market manipulation at play. Short squeeze is coming.

So much market has been going on with a certain stock and it’s one that can’t be said on here. This will be even bigger than last time. BUY BUY BUY 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀
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2021.05.06 10:27 moreice45 Alonso: Early F1 season struggles overblown by media

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2021.05.06 10:27 BNE_Jimmy The very first episode of season 1 opens in a dream sequence with Data playing cards with Picard onboard 1701-D. When he shows his cards…ALL Qs! Interesting connection with the season 2 promo! Thoughts?

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2021.05.06 10:27 awkward_soul_ Never dated anyone and i am 26 female

So I don’t know if this is an INFP thing, I haven’t really dated ever. I’ve only ever had crushes here and there but it was never serious enough for me to actually act on it. And the moment I mention this to a few people, they react as if dating is as important as breathing. And I can’t really deal with compliments/ anyone flirting with me because my reflex is why are they doing this to themselves.
I mean i sure would like to date but i am not desperate for it. Is it an INFP thing to be so single that you are practically used to it and cringe at the slightest display of affection?
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2021.05.06 10:27 Independent-Second34 Tala partnering with Visa

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2021.05.06 10:27 johnlen1n TIL that Salmon P. Chase was the first person to appear on the $1 bill; when they were first issued in 1862, he was serving as Abraham Lincoln's Secretary of the Treasury

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2021.05.06 10:27 WMTmod Hello there Cardanians from World Mobile

Hey there fellow Cardano supporters. I'm sure by now you have already seen in the Africa special that IOHK and Cardano have partnered together, with the common goal of connecting the un connected, banking the un banked and providing digital identity to the ones who need it most.
IOHK have even taken an equity position within World Mobile
And just Incase you missed the Africa special
We would love for you to join our official World Mobile subs where you can learn all about our token, why we have partnered with IOHK what we have achieved in Africa so far and ask any other questions that you may have!
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Look forward to seeing you all there and thank you for helping grow our sharing economy and connect the un connected and bank the un banked!
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2021.05.06 10:27 pigeon888 Tiktok seems to be aware of Reddit Activity. Does anyone know how to limit who Reddit shares data with?

I've noticed Tiktok showing me new content shorty after joining a new subreddit. I am almost 100% sure this is not a coincendence as it has happened a number of times.
Any other thoughts on this and does anyone know how to stop Reddit from sharing your data?
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2021.05.06 10:27 MistaBlackie Gta San Andreas mouse stops working than goes black screen

In San Andreas pc the mouse stops working after the game loads than when i pause to exit the game it goes black screen and not responding any fixes?
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2021.05.06 10:27 Chris_J_Powell Interesting POV here

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2021.05.06 10:27 KagamiLive Instant karma lol

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2021.05.06 10:27 Vast-Ad6296 Help

Just bought the coin ,but can't sign out of uniswap please help me
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2021.05.06 10:27 FinallyReborn The "rape culture" is an overblown myth.

I should probably rephrase that title to, the "rape culture" against women is an overblown myth, because the rape culture is very prominent within male victims of rape and sexual assault.
Rape allegations against women, in reality, is taken very seriously by the police, and have a slightly higher conviction rate than any other crime, people like to point out to a miniscule of cases where the police could have handled it better, you can do the same with literally every other crime, yet I have never heard of a "murder culture" before. These feminist falsehoods about rape convictions prohibit women from going to the police, it prevents actual victims from seeking justice.

The conviction rate for rape is 58%. That bears repeating. The conviction rate for rape, is 58%. The conviction rate for reportable crimes of all types is 57%. I know you will have heard the figure of 6%. Everyone has. That figure is actually an attrition rate, not a conviction rate, and even as an attrition rate it is wrong – the attrition rate for rape is in the region of 12%.
Male juries more likely to believe a rape allegation than female juries.
This obviously shouldn't be important, but feminists like to point out "by other men!" when trying to downplay male issues, you can twist that into the majority of female issues, as well.
And even women's organizations like RAINN, though misleading in their statistics, they have been saying for years that there is no rape culture in schools, and that saying there is, is harmful. In part because it wrongly communicates to women to be quiet if you are victimized because nobody will care. Which is false.
Open letter by RAINN to the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault. http://rainn.org/images/03-2014/WH-Task-Force-RAINN-Recommendations.pdf
The common 1/4 college women have been raped/statistics are both blatantly false, and intentionally misleading.
The rape crisis doesn’t exist. During the 1980s, feminist researchers committed to the rape-culture theory had discovered that asking women directly if they had been raped yielded disappointing results, very few women said that they had been. So Ms. Magazine commissioned University of Arizona public health professor Mary P. Koss to develop a different way of measuring the prevalence of rape. Rather than asking female students about rape per se, Koss asked them if they had experienced actions that she then classified as rape. Koss’s method produced the 25 percent rate, which Ms. Magazine then published.
As many as 73% of women in those 1 in 4 stats claim point blank that they were never raped. Most have simply had awkward encounters with men, like being kissed at the end of a bad date. This then prompted an entire book to be written where, among other things, it was found that as many as 1 in 6 men had been "raped" if you use the same methodology. Showing that, at the very least, there's not much of a gender difference in victimization rates, regardless of what criteria you use.
Other article on the myth of rape culture.
A common refute to this statement, by feminists, is the idea of rape kit backlog, which has been thoroughly debunked and is not caused by rape culture.
Another argument to the rape culture myth, is pointing out the high rates of false accusations, and the effectiveness of them. Why would women continuously falsely accuse innocent men of rape, if rape cases are treated so badly by the system?
False rape allegations are 4-5 times more common than any other form of false allegation.
Rape culture within male victims.
This shouldn't really come as a surprise within the minds of people who hold the belief that men, at the very least men can be raped by women, unfortunately the rape of men has been purposely downplayed, by countless self-proclaimed feminist organizations and researchers. If you closely examine the definition that is used in the studies, most notably the CDC, you'll find that using the same methodology men are actually raped just as much, if not more than women are.
Rape is defined as being penetrated by the CDC, meaning when a man is victimized by a woman, which is a majority of cases in the following single-year studies, it isn't added to the "rape" graph, instead it's added to the "forced/made to penetrate" graph.
The following is an article that critiques the NISVS and the definition of rape that was used.
Forced to penetrate is treated different than rape.
If your wondering why I’m quoting single-year stats and not lifetime, in the CDC NISVS studies, they found that throughout lifetime, men were roughly 30% of total victims.
Lifetime stats are usually unreliable because the memory of rape tends to fade out after a single year, there could be confusion of events, false interpretations on how they view their victimization that took place long ago. People tend to routinely reinterpret events in accordance with social pressures, which means that the longer the time that goes by, the less relevant those memories are.
The following study found that 20% of critical details of rape start to diminish and become irretrievable after a single year, this extends to 50% after 5 years, this would heavily skew the data because women are less likely to internalize their victimization and are much more likely to report.
But even for lifetime data, 30% is a fairly prevalent number and should not be overlooked, considering how the rape of men is considered rare and unimportant. Lifetime doesn't represent current period, regardless, in the recent 12 month data correlated over a 4 year period men were victims of (forced to penetrate) at a higher rate than women were (rape).
One finding that is backed up with academic research, is that boys who are molested by women tend to "reframe" their abuse as they get older because people say things like, "you're a guy so you must have enjoyed it". So if you ask a man immediately after it happens, he'll tell you he was raped. But a couple of years later he'll have internalized it differently due to traditional gender norms ("everyone says I got lucky so I guess that's what happened").
Non-CDC studies.
A study called "Sexual Coercion Context and Psychosocial Correlates Among Diverse Males" found that 43 percent of college men and high school youth reported sexual coercion. 95 percent of the respondents identified women as the perpetrators.
This 2012 study by Lara Stemple, using a sample of 43,000 adults, there was reportedly little difference in self-reported sexual predators, of those who said they forced somebody to have sex against their will, 43% were women and 56% were men.
Role of feminism in the definition that was used.
The majority feminist foundation, and the women's law project feminist magazine, successfully made the FBI change their definition of rape, they did this by flooding the FBI and Department of Justice with thousands of emails to convince them to change the definition of rape. Rape is defined as "Penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another person, without the consent of the victim", they pulled out their normal feminist rhetoric and claimed that it also helped men, when to any non-sexist human being who holds the belief that men who have been forced to penetrate by a woman counts as rape, this is obviously not the case.
Mary P. Koss, a prominent feminist, she is an advisor to the CDC, FBI, Congress, and researchers around the world and promoting the idea that men cannot be raped by women. There was a proposal to explicitly include forced envelopment in the latest FBI update to the definition of rape but after a closed door meeting with her and NOW lobbyists, it mysteriously disappeared. She has many followers and fellow researchers that follow her methodology and quote her studies. That is where most people get the idea rape is just a man on woman crime.
Feminists lobbied against gender neutral rape laws in India, so women are not rapists and men victimized by women are not rape victims.
Israeli feminists were concerned if a woman raping a man was recognized by law, a man could threaten to make false accusations against the woman after the man raped her in order to keep her from reporting. Apparently false accusations are a problem for women, so they fixed this by blocking the legislation that would have made rape a gender neutral crime.
Nepal feminists also blocked legislation there...
Women’s rights activists had criticised the draft ordinance saying it wasn’t empathetic towards the plight of the victims. They said that having a provision saying even men could be victims of rape could could further weaken the women rape victims’ fight for justice.
Discrimination both in favour of female perpetrators and against male victims.
A study examining attitudes towards female and male rape victims among 240 UK medical students (120 females and 120 males) using the Attitudes Towards Rape Victims Scale (ARVS). Half of the participants received the female rape questionnaire (where the statements referred to female rape victims) and half of the participants received the male rape questionnaire (the questions were the same as on the female rape questionnaire but the focal victim in the statements was male).
The researchers found that "Attitudes towards male rape victims... were significantly more negative than attitudes towards female rape victims".
The following is a study from 1996. This investigation found that many of the rape crisis providers and law enforcement agencies contacted held common stereotypes about male rape. The belief that men could not be raped or that they were raped only because they wanted to be was frequently endorsed.
One law enforcement representative bluntly stated "Honey, we don't do men". She laughingly asked, "What would you want to study something like that for? Men can't be raped”. Another law enforcement representative said "Most males which are fondled or sodomized are males that want to be sodomized”.
In addition, more than one third (37%) of the agencies initially contacted reported that they would not provide services to a male victim because their crisis services were geared specifically toward the needs of women.
There is also a double standard in how sexually coercive behaviours are viewed when perpetrated by a man and woman. He is aggressive; she is promiscuous. Likewise, there is a double standard in how the victims are viewed. In the conditions where the woman was the victim, she was perceived as primarily victimized; however, when the man was the victim, he was primarily viewed as romantically interested. These findings support previous research (e.g., Hannon et al., 2000; Harris, 1991; Harris & Knight-Bohnhoff, 1996) which argued that there is trivialization of women's coercion against men.
Here is a 1994 research paper. An investigation was conducted into whether child protection investigators, specifically social workers and the police, are as likely to take seriously a case of child sexual abuse if it had been perpetrated by a female rather than a male.
What they found was that "social services involvement and social services investigation were considered significantly more appropriate by male social workers if the perpetrator was male as opposed to female. Registration of incidents as cases of child sexual abuse was viewed as more appropriate by all participants as a group if abuse had been carried out by a man rather than a woman. Finally, imprisonment was viewed by all participants and, particularly, policemen as more appropriate for male perpetrators rather than female child sexual abusers.”
The only finding of theirs that runs counter to the pro-female/anti-male biases here was that female social workers viewed prosecution of the perpetrator as more appropriate if the perpetrator was female than male.
This is an article published in the journal "Feminist Criminology" attempting to examine the utility of the evil woman hypothesis by examining sentencing discrepancies between male and female sex offenders. They used National Corrections Reporting Program data to identify sex offenders for the years 1994 to 2004 and the sentences they received for specific sex offences.
The hypothesis for their study predicted that women would receive longer sentences than men for sex offences. And they did indeed find a significant difference in sentence length between men and women, but not in the direction they expected. Men received longer sentences for sex offences than women.
At least these researchers were honest about what they found. Few feminist researchers are.
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2021.05.06 10:27 bmonnier If you have the time.... another pithy summary of the GOP challenge to our democracy from HCR.

May 5, 2021 Heather Cox Richardson
With Trump loyalists consolidating their power over the Republican Party, Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) today launched the Republican opposition.
Cheney is currently the House Republican Conference chair, managing committee assignments, media appearances, and certain debates in the House. Her refusal to whitewash the January 6 insurrection and to support the former president has led him to press for her removal from her position as the third most powerful House Republican.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy appears to have caved to that pressure. A vote will likely take place next week, and observers expect Cheney to lose. Trump loyalist Elise Stefanik (R-NY), who voted against counting the electoral votes for Joe Biden on January 6, appears to be the front-runner to replace the Wyoming representative.
Cheney laid the stakes of this political moment out starkly in an op-ed in today’s Washington Post. Trump continues to lie that he won the 2020 election and that Biden is an illegitimate president. That language provoked the violent insurrection of January 6 and, according to judges and prosecutors, still threatens to rally his supporters to attack the government.
And aye, there’s the rub: Trump has borne no consequences for the January 6 crisis, and there is every reason to believe he will spur his supporters to make similar efforts to install him as president again in the future. “Trump is seeking to unravel… confidence in the result of elections and the rule of law,” Cheney said. “No other American president has ever done this.”
She called for a bipartisan review of the January 6 insurrection by a commission with subpoena power to dig into what happened, and said that no member of Congress currently serving should participate. Instead, she proposed tapping former officials, judges, and other prominent Americans who can be objective. Rejecting calls of Trump loyalists to muddy the waters with a general commission that looks into the Black Lives Matter movement as well as the insurrection, Cheney wrote that a careful examination of the events surrounding January 6 is imperative to stop the “misinformation and nonsense circulating in the press and on social media.”
Such a commission would almost certainly want to interview a number of Trump loyalists, including McCarthy, who had a phone exchange with the former president during the insurrection that observers say devolved into a shouting match. It seems unlikely that all of those interviewed would come out looking good. Having thrown in their lot with the former president, Republican leadership is now yoked to the testimony about the insurrection—and the videos—that will come out in the future.
“The Republican Party is at a turning point, and Republicans must decide whether we are going to choose truth and fidelity to the Constitution,” Cheney wrote. “History is watching. Our children are watching. We must be brave enough to defend the basic principles that underpin and protect our freedom and our democratic process.”
Cheney is no Democrat. She voted with Trump nearly 93% of the time (compared with Stefanik’s nearly 78%). It is impossible to argue that her opposition to Trump is partisan, which makes it all the more powerful. She looks to be trying to reclaim the Republican Party from Trump and his supporters, and she has a decent shot at it.
First of all, she is already getting a lot of airtime, and being tossed out of House leadership for refusing to lie will get her even more. She has the backing of the low-tax, no regulation, military hawk, business side of the party, which also happens to be the side with the most money. Corporations have been dragging their feet at supporting the Trump wing; she will offer Republican policies without the overthrow of the government.
The anger of Republican lawmakers at corporations withholding money from those who backed the insurrection suggests they are keenly aware that they will have to turn entirely to the Trump base for cash. According to Greg Bluestein of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham brought this up last night when he spoke at the annual fundraiser for the Georgia Republican Party. Informed that corporations had been reluctant to chip in for the event, Graham said: “I don’t know how much money you lost from these corporate sponsors not giving you money but I’m gonna get on Sean Hannity’s show we’re going to raise every penny of it back—and these people can kiss my ass as far as I’m concerned.”
That quest for money from the grass roots is behind at least part of today’s outpouring of fury from Trump loyalists after Facebook upheld the former president’s ban. Facebook was key to Trump’s power: he used it to gin up his base’s anger and then to get his supporters to send him money. Losing that platform weakens him.
For his part, the former president today attacked Cheney, and also Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and former Vice President Mike Pence, whom Trump blamed for refusing to stop Biden’s election. Far from abandoning the Big Lie, Trump doubled down on it, insisting that the 2020 election was fraudulent. If only Pence and McConnell had been stronger, he wrote, “we would have had a far different Presidential result, and our Country would not be turning into a socialist nightmare!” He ended with words that proved right the concern that he will continue to back attacks on our government: “Never give up!” he wrote.
Pro-Trump Republican leadership is now tied to that mess. Cheney and those who might rally to her side are not.
While today’s drama played out among the Republicans, Biden and his administration kept moving forward. When asked about his support for Cheney, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said simply, “One-hundred percent of my focus is on stopping this new administration.” Asked about McConnell’s comment at today’s press conference, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said, “I guess the contrast for people is 100% of our focus is on delivering relief to the people and getting the pandemic under control.”
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2021.05.06 10:27 Lycan230 Thank you, Respawn

All jokes and server issues aside, I for one am really happy that you guys are taking it in stride and keeping up the communication.
Please keep talking and working through any issues the game may have with the players.
I appreciate your hard work during these trying times and stay safe. Hope the servers get fixed as soon as possible to enjoy the season and hard work youve put in.
Sincerely, One of the more casual Apex players
Stay safe folks
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2021.05.06 10:27 not_kass Avakin supporting team is biased.

Hello, my name is kass and ive been playing avakin life for 3years now but few months ago i went on a break from avakin because avakin became toxic, a guy asked me to share my private pictures and when i refused him he said he would get into my account and sell it and he really did. When i came back and tried loggin in i couldnt because my account was banned for 'fraud activities' but i never committeed those activities and im gettin framed into this situation. Avakin didnt even think of givin me a warning or something they banned me straightaway. My account was on level 50 with rare items i worked on my account for 3years. My time, my money and my energy us wasted. I have tried every way possible to get my account. I tried reachin out to them through their in-game support but they keep closing conversation. I tried reaching out to them through their e-mail they keep closing my ticket. I even provided when proof that i was hacked, but they are not ready to listen. They supported other play, he was banned for the same reason. They favoured him because he was a long time supporter. I dont get it?? Why so baised? Ive been supporting avakin as much as i can. Please i request to you, the one whos readin. Please go on my profile and report my account that it was stolen and im gettin framed into this situation. The person who harrased me is still playing avakin without any problem and i am the one who is suffering. My account username is: not kass Please im requesting go report my account for gettin stolen and framed into this situation.
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2021.05.06 10:27 greenapple94 Just making sure!!

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2021.05.06 10:27 Giywardo If you were to murder someone and dump the body inside the ocean and the authorities find it after a week, would they be able to find any evidence of you being the culprit?

Lets say you decided to kill someone. Preferably, strangulation with a tool (the tool has no labels). Then, you dump the body inside of the ocean and throw the tool inside as well. No one sees you and no security cameras record you doing this. After a week, the news reports the dead body of a man found at the bottom of the sea floor. Would the police have ANY way of finding out who killed the man? Would they be able to pinpoint you as the killer just by looking at and examining the tool/body?
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2021.05.06 10:27 NOOBEH1 could not have been any head-ier or eyes-ier

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2021.05.06 10:27 foxxray54 Video of a Beech 400 startup and powerfull take off 🛫

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2021.05.06 10:27 Nebula_Smart No one can legally talk to me and it's making my PTSD so much worse

Last summer I found the strength to tell my old employer that I had been raped and sexually assaulted by his co-founder, three years after the fact.
I wasn't represented by a lawyer (which in retrospect was a bad idea) - but no civil lawyers would help me until I spoke to the police as it was a criminal act and needed to be reported. So I did that too.
Both of these steps were extremely chaotic and triggering, costing me yet *another* job and completely wrecking my mental health to the extent that I haven't been able to work in months (again).
All I want is for people to listen to me, to acknowledge that what happened was wrong, and to try and get some of my savings back. But legally, no one in the business can.
I was really naive (and probably still in denial) when I spoke up, as *of course* this is a big deal, and *of course* lawyers needed to be involved, and *of course* the police need to be told. I've just been carrying this with me for so many years now, and now it's yet *another* year of not feeling better. In fact, it feels so much worse. At this point, I really wish I hadn't said anything at all.
I'm having EMDR which is really helping with the somatic side of things, but I just can't seem to get closure/vindication on the professional side however I approach it and I've been carrying this for almost four years now.
Any tips on regulation/survival when literally everything has gone to shit and you have no idea what's going on? x
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2021.05.06 10:27 Beast_Mode_77 With time doge will take over number 1 position!! 🚀🌙💎🙌

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