2021.10.21 18:59 Ibn_Khomeini [USA-IN][H] GoPro 7 Hero, RPI 4, Right Switch Joycon [W] PayPal
I’m selling a go pro hero 7 black with accessories and a 64gb SD card. Looking for $175 shipped (Amazon link below with accessories)
I have a Raspberry Pi 4 with a fan case and also a 64gb SD card. Looking for $45 shipped
I have a right Joycon in grey with no drift. I tried to fix the drift on the left one and accidentally ripped a ribbon cable. $30 shipped obo???. You can have both of you want.
All items shipped tomorrow via usps priority
link to accessories
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2021.10.21 18:59 Own_Adhesiveness_863 https://t.me/teenheaven
2021.10.21 18:59 DelfiClaw People from 3rd world countries, what is the most heart tearing thing you heard someone say about their living situation?
2021.10.21 18:59 Thin-Illustrator9102 How to stop myself from cryinf
Whenever i (25f) argue with my parents i get emotional and start crying, or i re-realise my parents dont care about me as much as my other siblings and will cry. But i dont want to care anymore. They arent worth my tears because i will always be the troubled child.
Moving out isnt an option.
How do i stop myself crying? How do i stop showing emotions? And how do u stop caring so much.
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2021.10.21 18:59 Engineered_Shave [MAIL CALL]: Mars Razor, Right Straight from England, My Ol' Chap!
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2021.10.21 18:59 PanzerBirb [CLAIM] Belgian Congo
With 1956 drawing to a close, Belgian rule over the Congo has seen better days. With resistance movements - emboldened by the partial decolonization of French Africa and other movements across the continent - continuing to amass support, while Belgium continues to invest across the country. The Ten Year Plan, started in 1949 with the aim to 'modernize' the Congo (and uphold colonialism) draws to a close, with the Belgian Congo holding high standards of living compared to other colonies in the region. However, with the formation of ABAKO in 1955, the Congo seems more and more likely to fall apart should independence be granted in the near future. Even now, separatist movements gather strength in the shadows....
My plan as the Congo is to begin the transition of power from the European administration to local Africans just like real life. A slow advance towards political and economic rights will occur in the Congo, aimed at creating a stronger community less reliant on tribal allegiance and more on civic nationalism. To achieve this, increasingly important elections will be held around the country and independent civil services and local judicial services will be established to avoid a collapse in authority should the trained Belgian elite flee. In addition to these programs, the state will take an increasing role in Congolese society, aimed at reducing the influence of separatist groups while also trying to reduce the Congo's dependency on foreign aid for local teaching.
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2021.10.21 18:59 mickyrow42 Mayoral election debate stream: Fulop vs. Spears happening right now.
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2021.10.21 18:59 Vood0Child Turkey winter travel recommendations
I wanted to make a post for travel recommendations for Turkey. Me and my partner will be travelling there for about forty days this December, and we were looking for any recommended places. At the moment, we are going to Istanbul, Cappadocia, and Izmir. As it is winter, I know most of the typical touristy resort towns along the southern coast probably will not have their usual summer charm, and so we just wanted to know of any places where it is good to visit in winter.
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2021.10.21 18:59 Face_palmForever Day 21 - Fuzzy
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2021.10.21 18:59 redGhost949 Crossover Fun! Who do you think wins this battle?
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2021.10.21 18:59 gettalong Hooking into RDoc for better documentation with automatically executed examples
After I got some feedback about missing examples in the API documentation of HexaPDF, I decided to do something about it.
Since the API documentation was already part of the static website generation, I added an additional hook that scans for specially marked-up verbatim blocks and executes those blocks - see https://github.com/gettalong/hexapdf-website/blob/masteext/rdoc_pdf_images.rb
The result is that these example code blocks in the API documentation now get executed during the generation of the website and create a preview image as well as a link to the generated PDF. See for example https://hexapdf.gettalong.org/documentation/reference/api/HexaPDF/Content/Canvas.html#method-i-polygon
I have not yet updated the whole API documentation but will do so in the coming months. For now the main drawing API class,
HexaPDF::Content::Canvas, is fully updated with such executed examples.
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2021.10.21 18:59 WavyGravyDyeCo- The results from yesterday's pic! 🤙🏻
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2021.10.21 18:59 Ajbailey3 4 star darkness dupes
Is it honestly worth feeding darkness dupes into her, or should she just be turned into adventurer medals! I don't know if there are gonna actually be any uses for darkness in the future.
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2021.10.21 18:59 TragicMemedom NBA's 75 Greatest Players of All Time: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
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2021.10.21 18:59 FlamingPaperCup My take on Skarner
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2021.10.21 18:59 MollysUniverse Got my first double tip today!!
An older woman tipped $18 and change through the app. Upon delivery, she handed me $10 more in cash!! I was shocked!! Definitely a highlight of my day!
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2021.10.21 18:59 kansasjeremy [Haiku] heart-less
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2021.10.21 18:59 GermanNarvaez How long does it takes to be fully productive at a new job (for a mid dev)?
Hi guys. I started a new job two months ago in a good company, but it seems like it is taking me a lot of time to understand the code and all the pieces of the architecture.
How long does it usually takes for a dev with 2 or 3 years of experience to become fully capable at a new job? I'm scared I may be underperforming because I still have to ask a lot of questions for our senior devs.
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2021.10.21 18:59 Valuable_Classroom_6 .
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2021.10.21 18:59 THE_WARF1GHTER Back 2 back wins! The conversion kit for the M4 should be counted as 9mm rounds.
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2021.10.21 18:59 ihave80D Holy sh*t! Polygon double-spend bug fixed. $2M payout to whitehat.
Whitehat Gerhard Wagner submitted a critical vulnerability on October 5th, 2021 that affected the Polygon Plasma Bridge. The vulnerability allowed an attacker to exit their burn transaction from the bridge multiple times, up to 223 times. There was around ~$850M at risk. Having just $100k to launch the attack with would result in $22.3M in losses!
The whitehat received a payout of $2m from Polygon, which is the highest bounty ever paid out in history.
Polygon Double-Spend Bug Fix Postmortem — $2m Bounty
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2021.10.21 18:59 Banana-Philosophy Young Thug
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2021.10.21 18:59 just-claire Hey math, why don’t you grow up and solve your own problems! 🙃
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2021.10.21 18:59 EchoAzulai [WP] Rival Precogs on opposite sides of a civil war have been in a constant psychic war for years, their identical power allowing them to see each others attacks and counter them in advance. The rest of their respective crews are very bored, as they have had very little to do in the actual timeline.
2021.10.21 18:59 fake_hellenist Help type me? A little lengthy. Thanks so much!
Thank you so much in advance for your help here, if you choose to read this! I probably just need a secondhand opinion/outside thoughts on what my type might be. I spend far too much time in my head (maybe an indicator of my type in itself) and have convinced myself that I identify with several aspects of many different types, which has muddied the waters for me quite a bit. I am basing the questions listed below on this post here: https://www.reddit.com/Enneagram/comments/mwdhgn/type_a_confused_bumpkin/
Without further ado:
a) What is your age range and general location (Country so that cultural values can be taken into account)? Do you have any impairments that may affect the way that you answer this questionnaire? Any religious or political beliefs (or anything else along those lines) that also might have an effect?
23, I live in the US. I was raised very Catholic & have probably internalized Catholic guilt, but I’m not sure if this would affect how I answer these questions.
b) Which types are you currently considering? Why are you considering them and why haven’t you decided on one?
3, 4, 5 and 8. I am considering 3 because I identify with type 3’s core motivations of receiving attention and admiration from others. I am also very image-conscious and driven towards achievement and success. When I really get going, I often feel as though I am “performing” for an imaginary audience or person. At my worst and by default, I tend to be very competitive with others in multiple aspects of life: social, academic, personal/psychological, artistically, etc. If I was a type 3, I would very likely be a 3w4 (see below). I tend to disengage and detach sometimes under stress, like a 9 (disintegration). From Russell Rowe: like an unhealthy 6, I can “become more suspicious of others’ motives and get defensive more easily.” Like an unhealthy 9, I can turn to sensual pleasures and zone out as a way of deflecting stress. I can and will severely withdraw.
I am considering 4 because I consider myself to be deeply introspective and self-aware. I tend to harbor (unintentional) disdain towards “ordinary” ways of living, but I wouldn’t say that that is a key motivating factor in the way I behave (hence why I am kind of hesitant to type myself as a 4). I also definitely have “romantic” or “dramatic” tendencies but, again, I wouldn’t say this is a defining aspect of my personality. I do feel uniquely broken or “bad” much of the time -- this is likely a side-effect of my upbringing/childhood trauma. If I was a type 4, I would likely be a sexual 4 as I am quite intense, I am naturally attuned to “chemistry” with people, places, and ideas, and can come across as pretty extroverted and assertive at times. I identify with the direction of growth and disintegration for 4s: at my best, I can be very idealistic, but practical, realistic, and grounded. I take concrete steps towards accomplishing tasks that align with my ideals and values. In an unhealthy state (type 2), I can become pretty manipulative, and particularly as a teenager, I identify with this description of the 4 disintegrating into type 2 from Russell Rowe: “At worst, they may unconsciously become ill as a way to get attention and feel special.” The primary reason I doubt that I am a 4 is that I am not always particularly in tune with how I am feeling. I don’t shy away from my feelings, but I’m not always aware of how I am at any given moment, and sometimes it takes me a long time to process my emotions. There will also be stretches of time where I don’t really feel anything at all, and that is fine with me.
I am considering 5 because possessing and accumulating knowledge is extremely important to me. I am very cerebral and spend a lot of time in my head. I can be quite secretive and become isolated when I am not intentional about spending time out in the world and with people. One of my core motivations would definitely be trying to understand myself (though that may be 4-ish), others, and my environment, which I find deeply intrinsically satisfying. I will be starting a PhD in philosophy in the fall. I also know several languages that I taught myself. I also identify with the directions of growth and disintegration for type 5s: as an 8, I fall very naturally into and enjoy being in leadership roles. I can be very assertive and take action to get things done. When moving in the direction of disintegration (7), I can become hyper-anxious, agitated, and scattered. It is difficult to think clearly. From Russell Rowe: “If Fives are unable to find a niche for themselves they may distract themselves from their growing anxiety by searching indiscriminately for any kind of stimulation and excitement, like unhealthy Sevens.” I will also feel a strong desire to just up and leave a situation -- quit my job, move to a different country under a different cover, and start a new life there.
8: Out of these four, I would say 8 is probably most consistent with how I acted as a child from ages 4 to 11. As a child, I was very temperamental, driven, and outgoing. I was very much a leader -- I would start large games (of tag, etc.) on the playground with other children at school or in my neighborhood. I would often get into arguments with teachers at school (over not wanting to sit down and stay still for storytime, or not napping during naptime, etc.) and counselors at camp. I have always been very strong-willed and have struggled with controlling my anger all of my life (though that has been improved significantly as I passed through college). I spent a lot of time outside, moving around growing up. Admittedly, I liked bossing other children around. I mellowed out a lot in late middle school/high school, which is why this isn’t the type I fell on right away as I began to learn about enneagram, but lately I have been wondering more if I might be an 8. I literally identify with all of this from Russell Rowe’s website: “When Eights deteriorate to the negative aspects of type Five they withdraw from the world for a while, isolate themselves and take less action. They can become unusually quiet, antisocial and detached, hoarding their privacy and personal space. They get even more out of touch with their feelings. They can become more mentally high-strung and may become arrogant know-it-alls. Sometimes they develop insomnia because of their revved up mind. Eights with an unhealthy connection to type Five can take especially bad care of their health. They may have some dark moods and disturbing dreams.”
2) What do you deem as your purpose in life?
Loving the people I care about with all of my heart. Maintaining and deepening the relationships I care about, with people and with my community. I also want to understand myself, others, and my environment to the fullest possible extent (one of the reasons I really got into philosophy in the first place) -- to get at the “truth” to the best of my ability, so to speak. And to grow to my fullest potential, socially, academically, and personally/artistically.
3) Of the seven deadly sins, which one(s) do you relate to the most and the least and why?
Pride -- probably due to some innate sense of superiority over others that I harbor deep inside (which I’m not super proud of). I often feel that I “know” better than others or have access to some kind of hidden esoteric knowledge that others don’t (sorry if this sounds weird -- I’m being very honest here).
4) Analyzing your relationships with others, briefly describe:
a) The type of people you are drawn to
Almost everyone I have been romantically involved with is a type 3, 5, or 8. I am drawn to chemistry with others, that is to say -- people with whom I can share banter, laugh easily with, and don’t take themselves too seriously, but who are also deeply self-aware and honest with themselves about their inner “failings''. People who are down-to-earth, with no pretensions about themselves. Likewise, people who harbor no illusions about the “goodness” of the world -- we share a similar bleak outlook, but also an understanding of the importance of investing in the people, ideas, and communities we love anyway. People who can be serious with me when I need them to be. People who are validating and good listeners but also push me to be my best self.
b) The type of people who are drawn to you
I’m honestly not sure. Probably the same kinds of people I am drawn to. I also tend to draw “rescuer” types, I think -- like type 8s. Take that as you will.
c) The type of people you are repulsed by
People who take themselves too seriously. People with hidden agendas. People who are overly dramatic or moody. Also people with overly grandiose conceptions of themselves that they tend to project out onto the world and others and somehow make everything about themselves. It’s pretty important to me that I’m honest with myself about my personal failings and the harsh, unhappy realities of my environment. I also don’t like people who are overly obsessed with themselves or display narcissistic tendencies.
5) What are the traits in others that you admire but you cannot emulate yourself? Elaborate.
People who are always confident and secure in their interactions with people. Who naturally take the lead in situations without suffocating other people in the room. People who handle different situations with ease and charisma (which I can do sometimes, but I have to be in the right headspace). Will put this here with the caveat that I have a sensory processing disability that makes it difficult for me to be “in the moment” with different situations at times, and that might inhibit or prevent me from taking the lead on things right away. But either way, I struggle with feeling comfortable in my own skin and being fully confident at times.
Also, people who are articulate -- I tend to struggle with and stumble over my words at times, especially when I’m nervous or tired.
6) Describe your relationship with the following:
I have struggled with anger all of my life -- even when I am a sea of calm, I tend to feel that there is an anger in me, deep in the pit of my stomach. Typically I get angry when I feel that someone or something has wronged me in some way. I also get angry from general frustration sometimes. Anger does not play a positive role in my life -- I do not often feel motivated by it, and I experience a lot of shame related to my anger. My anger issues were much worse when I was little -- there was a lot of conflict in my home growing up, and I was abused (verbally and physically) a lot by my father. Any anger I would show in response would be met with further abuse from him. Not a good situation, also probably why I experience so much guilt and shame in relation to my anger.
I (consciously) struggle with shame a lot in relation to my anger (see above). I experience a lot of shame in terms of feeling that there’s something profoundly “lacking” in me -- that I am somehow uniquely bad or defective in comparison to other people (yes, sounds 4-ish). Similarly, I experience shame linked to my more negative emotions -- that make me feel like there is something wrong with me or, again, that I am somehow defective. I also experience a lot of shame surrounding the ways I have wronged people in the past.
I honestly don’t experience fear very often. When I do, it’s normally linked to a very real problem that I sense/intuit is going to arise. When I experienced fear growing up, it was either (a) more of a preemptive fear that if I didn’t start taking concrete steps towards a long-term goal now, it would create serious problems for me in the future -- e.g. I wouldn’t be able to get a career, live a fulfilling life, etc. or (b) it was related to abuse from my father. I still experience (a) sometimes, to be fair.
When I experience genuine love or passion, it tends to be very overwhelming and all-consuming. I often “merge” with whatever the object of my love or passion is -- a person, an idea, an activity, etc. Which I think is both good and bad -- good in that I think it helps me become a better version of myself and further reach my potential, bad in that I tend to lose my sense of identity or who I am as a separate person.
I experience a weird tug-pull with conflict in that I try to avoid it as much as I can while also being drawn towards it. I feel a sadistic kind of enjoyment in being in conflict with others while it makes me feel horrible and sick to my stomach at the same time. I grew up with a lot of conflict at home -- I was often fighting with my parents, with my sister, who was also fighting with my parents at home, etc., so I think unfortunately it feels all too familiar, and maybe that is why I am drawn to it. At the same time, I think, because of the negative feelings it brings up and the sense of shame I experience surrounding those feelings, conflict can tend to cause me to withdraw completely from contact with people.
7) What are some of the themes that have played a prominent role in your life (ie. A struggle you’ve been unable to conquer, ect)?
Feeling separate, alien, or “different” from others for most of my life -- never really feeling quite like I fit in and struggling to connect with people. Likewise, finding & belonging in communities has also been a pretty consistent theme in my life across the board. Struggles with my relationship with my father. My intellectual interests have also been pretty consistent across the board for most of my life: philosophy and art, learning as much as I can over the course of my life.
9) When meeting a new person, what do you tend to focus on?
I tend to focus on how well we “click” -- if a connection between us exists or is a possibility, etc. I also tend to pick up on any falsehoods, pretensions, or illusions they might hold -- about themselves or the world around them. If our worldviews or values are similar.
10) How do you feel about humanity as a whole? What do you feel are some of the biggest problems the human race faces and why?
Unfortunately I don’t feel good about humanity as a whole (and I feel jealous of people who do). I have a pretty bleak, unhappy view of human nature, and I often struggle to reconcile that with my desire to connect with/love people and belong in a community. I think the primary problem the human race faces is ultimately spiritual in nature -- namely, a severance of connection to each other, community and the environment -- and would require both institutional and individual/psychological upheaval to resolve it.
11) What are some of your hobbies and interests?
I am very into philosophy (I will be taking on a PhD in philosophy in the fall), reading sci-fi and fantasy, learning languages, and just meeting new and interesting people. I write a lot. I also do a lot of service work -- I am in AmeriCorps right now (US version of Peace Corps), in Alaska working to get folks housing. I like thrifting and finding cool, unusual pieces of clothing, furniture, books or items.
13) How do you usually “hang out” with your friend(s)? When answering, think about what activities you tend to choose, whether you hang out with one person at once or many, whether or not you initiate the interaction.
I prefer to hang out in small group settings, chatting or playing games. I also really enjoy one-on-one hang-outs and getting to know someone better. Late night conversations with 1-4 people. Getting coffee together. I am usually the one to initiate the interaction. Also keeping in mind that I am slightly more inclined towards small-group activities because of my hearing loss -- I easily get overwhelmed when there’s too many people talking at once and can lose track of the conversation pretty quickly that way.
14) What is more important, actions or words? Why?
Actions -- “actions speak louder than words.” I don’t know, it’s not that deep,
15) Oh dear, you’ve been cursed by a witch! It’s ok though, you get a choice on which curse you will receive. Will you choose…. Elaborate on why!
a) To never be able to experience the sensation of taste
b) To be immortal
c) To lose your memories
d) To be poor for the rest of your life
e) Or to never experience passion
Probably (e) -- feeling passion or intensity is just very significant to me. My love for people and the things I do is probably one of my primary reasons for living? Also, passion is exciting and I just love excitement! I love the feeling of being excited about things! It is the spice of life :)
16) What do you hope to avoid being? If it helps, describe a person who embodies what you avoid/you as a villain, ect.
Probably the same kind of person I am repulsed by (see above): “People who are overly dramatic or moody. Also people with overly grandiose conceptions of themselves that they tend to project out onto the world and others and somehow make everything about themselves. It’s pretty important to me that I’m honest with myself about my personal failings and the harsh, unhappy realities of my environment.” Also, I strive to keep my behavior and emotions in check, particularly with regard to anger, so I try to avoid being someone who gives into their emotions or their anger too often. I also want to avoid being someone who allows her resentment and bitterness to get in the way of existing in community with other people/who cuts herself off from others completely as a result of pent-up anger and shame. I also strive to avoid manipulating others for the sake of some ulterior motive, e.g. attention or “being liked.” I guess I just want my intentions in interacting with people to be as pure as possible, if that makes sense? Also, I think at my worst, I can take on blatant “know-it-all” tendencies and allow my weird superiority complex to completely take over my interactions with others (I stop taking others seriously or listening to them, start mocking them, etc.).
17) How do you relate to obsession? Do you tend to "merge" with others or your interests? How do you feel about the idea of doing this?
I can be very obsessive, probably to an unhealthy degree, with whatever the object of my passion or interests are -- a person (lover or friend), an idea, an activity, even a song, etc. I think, again, I have a love/hate relationship with my tendency towards obsession -- while I feel that it brings tremendous value into my life in that it helps me become a better version of myself, I feel that I tend to lose my sense of identity or who I am as a separate person in the process. At the end I emerge as something else -- similar to who I was before, but never exactly the same I guess.
18) Organized or messy? Plans and blueprints or impulse and surprises? What are your preferences and tendencies?
I am pretty organized! This is something I have had to work on over time though through discipline. I am pretty flexible and adaptable in terms of surprises, though it depends on what I’m working on. With work and academic-related items, I prefer to plan ahead as much as possible. With all other aspects of life, though, I can be pretty spontaneous and love it when things come up last-minute :)
19) How do you subjectively view comfort and how do you create comfort in your life and surroundings?
Comfort is not a priority in my life, nor has it ever been. If I need comfort, I turn to the people I care about and the things I am deeply familiar with -- places, books, TV shows, music.
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