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2021.12.02 01:03 thatoneguy102 6 Steam Key Giveaway

Hello friends and happy holidays, I have 6 (six) Steam keys to give away, the following games:
Barony
Murder by Numbers
Project Winter
Surviving Mars
Ultimate Chicken Horse
Witch It
To enter, just tell me what your personal game of the year is so I can check it out! Winners will be selected randomly, one winner per game, each person gets a random game from those listed. Best of luck!
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2021.12.02 01:03 NoPassionInLife How do I continue the conversation and ask him to get lunch with me?

So, I dropped my school ID when I was walking one time. When I dropped my ID, there was a guy chasing me rushing to give back my ID. I didn’t thank him the moment he returned my ID because I wasn’t really thinking clearly, and he seemed like he was also in a rush.
In my university, we have a Facebook group solely for students in our yeagrade. Out of boredom, I was scrolling through my university’s Facebook group and saw the guy who returned my ID.
Would it be weird if I send him a message saying thank you and I’d want to return the favor some time?
There’s like 5,000 people in my university’s Facebook group if this matters
I’m a girl and the person who returned my ID was a boy.
Everything in italics has already been done. I sent him a message on Instagram already thanking him picking up my ID and returning it. However, all he responded was “Np”. Does this mean he’s not interested? He is an introvert/shy person though because everytime I see him eating in the dining hall, he’s usually always eating alone.
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2021.12.02 01:03 Tommytatumnews US, China Are in ‘Arms Race’ to Develop Hypersonic Weapon, US Air Force Secretary Says

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2021.12.02 01:03 sache_a Got a Hu Tao plushie!

Got a Hu Tao plushie! submitted by sache_a to HuTao_Mains [link] [comments]


2021.12.02 01:03 Da_Gronk Discovered a nice opening trap against the Sicilian!

Discovered a nice opening trap against the Sicilian! submitted by Da_Gronk to AnarchyChess [link] [comments]


2021.12.02 01:03 YogurtclosetLife4566 SKS gunsmith suggestions? This is my current build and it feels good but i want to try other builds too.

SKS gunsmith suggestions? This is my current build and it feels good but i want to try other builds too. submitted by YogurtclosetLife4566 to CODMobile_Loadouts [link] [comments]


2021.12.02 01:03 Papazolaxoxo Chonky-o-meter🐱

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2021.12.02 01:03 Environmental_Ask562 Just beat God of War (2018) for the 3rd time . Still just as great even better now I’m on ps5😮‍💨 love this game

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2021.12.02 01:03 AcD07 in 2019 I was 8/10 left/right, -4 Lib/Auth, and 10 prog/con (don't have image), early 2020 was the 1st photo, 2nd photo is near end 2020, and 3rd was me today, I changed so much because before I was just following what my friends thought and then I started reading into politics in 2020

in 2019 I was 8/10 left/right, -4 Lib/Auth, and 10 prog/con (don't have image), early 2020 was the 1st photo, 2nd photo is near end 2020, and 3rd was me today, I changed so much because before I was just following what my friends thought and then I started reading into politics in 2020 submitted by AcD07 to PoliticalCompass [link] [comments]


2021.12.02 01:03 Trick_Cry_5884 Has anyone had their sperm sorted?

Has anyone ever had their sperm sorted? My husband and I have two beautiful daughters, we love them dearly. But my husband and I really want a baby boy, our niece told us about having our sperm spun and we looked up some more information on it. But wanna know more, so if you’ve had it done, where’d you go for it? How much did it cost you? And how effective was it truly? We’ve read different things and are just confused
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2021.12.02 01:03 OkidoSanji Book after Crimson Fist

I just finished Crimson Fist. What book is next so I can follow Pollux’s story?
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2021.12.02 01:03 No-Rutabaga8935 Has anyone ever seen this before?

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2021.12.02 01:03 Feelgreat_ Spider-Man has the voice of a teen…

But the BODY OF AN ADULT MAN!? He’s built like a brick stackhouse. It’s driving me crazy. The voice doesn’t match up with the body! I wish it was something that could be changed…
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2021.12.02 01:03 TheJuanEstevez First Time Loan User

I have about $20K of ETH and I don't want to sell but I would like some cash flow from it so I'm considering taking out a 50% LTV loan. How exactly does the margin call on it work. I read on their support page that if it goes above 65% you get margin called but you still have to maintain the agreed upon LTV. With how volatile crypto prices are, how can you always maintain a 50% LTV? Do I just have to have a bunch of extra ETH in there?
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2021.12.02 01:03 OIOIPAPPERONOi Can a 9th gen i5 run smoother than an i7-9700k?

I'm trying to buy an i7-9700k for $150 to go into my first PC build. He said in the description that it didn't meet his expectations. When I asked him to explain, he said his i5 just runs smoother with the motherboard and gpu. In your experiences of building pc's is that a normal thing that can just happen?
Here is a picture of our conversation so far. https://imgur.com/a/6vxHACj
Thank you for your advice!
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2021.12.02 01:03 theasialive South Africa being punished with travel ban for detecting new variants quicker: President

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2021.12.02 01:03 Solfaroiy Brand New Shiryo - Inu - DAPP based game & NFT’s in development! - Liquidity Lock - Launching Now on BSC





Welcome to Shiryo - Inu

Shiryo - Inu launching now on Ethereum and it seems that play to earn game tokens are still one of the best niches to buy in DeFi! The roadmap details a fully functional trading card based game which will allow for the earning of the native token through different incentives including weekly competitions!
Contract Address: 0x0e675f042b4C4053062e94ff4738e233D846A31b
The team recently released concepts for the trading cards on their Telegram group and their design team has done an amazing job, this is a gem in the making and it is still incredibly early if you get in now. Having only been life for less than 24 hours the token is sitting at just above a $1M market cap which is incredibly low for a play to earn game, the team is really active on Telegram and the holders seem to be diamond handed after seeing the potential in this project!
Everything about this project has been super clean so far, the chart looks good and the website and concepts released so far have been on point.
The whitepaper is to be released today alongside more mockups of the concept for the game, the marketing has been on point with calls from all the biggest names on Telegram and Twitter. The developer even just hired a social media specific marketing agency to help get even more eyes on the project, Shiryo-Inu is about to become synonymous with the likes of Floki and Mononoke - Inu, don’t sleep on this one!

Link Buy
Contract Address: 0x0e675f042b4C4053062e94ff4738e233D846A31b
Pancakeswap: https://pancakeswap.finance/swap?outputCurrency=0x0e675f042b4C4053062e94ff4738e233D846A31b

Website: https://shiryoinu.in/
Telegram: https://t.me/shiryoInuGlobal
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShiryoOffical
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2021.12.02 01:03 GO_Nyxton Just so you know, Modern Warfare 3 is over ten years old now.

Just so you know, Modern Warfare 3 is over ten years old now. submitted by GO_Nyxton to gaming [link] [comments]


2021.12.02 01:03 Ok-Representative712 I feel like my models always look so messy as soon as I photograph them and zoom in. Is this me being overly critical of my work or is this normal?

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2021.12.02 01:03 evan12444 Why cant i smoke

I have tried smoking weed about 5 or 6 times because everyone around me smokes.
I tried smoking with a bowl, a bong, a joint, dab pen, and edibles but every single time i throw up, feel sick and throw up. Everyone tells me that im missing out and how great weed is does anyone know why this happens every time i try smoking?
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2021.12.02 01:03 Chairboy Sci-Fi book about a naive android exploring NYC or something that's supposed to be a soldier but there was a glitch during its upload from the moon

About 30 years ago I remember reading this book. There's a huge amount of resources that goes into building some kind of super android that's supposed to be used by the military, but kinda like the film Short Circuit, something goes 'wrong' (in this case, its getting its code uploaded to it from a base on the moon and there's some kind of glitch for a minute) and it wanders out into society without knowing who it is and gets into some good old fashioned fish-out-of-water hijinks.
At the end of the book, I think the world military situation has gone bonkers and the missiles are starting to fly and that same person on the moon whose spilled drink or whatever busted the upload in the beginning looks up at the mushroom clouds for a moment then shrugs and gets back to screwing around with their own things.
Apologies if the description isn't very thorough, it's been, well, it's been a while since I read it and my memories are vague at best.
Oh, I'm not sure, but I think it had a name along the lines of Better than Human or something, but it's not the Theodore Sturgeon book by that name obviously.
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2021.12.02 01:03 Queasy_Boysenberry17 Day 74:No Fap Day 74:Workout

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2021.12.02 01:03 anisurrups Ancient Theory of International Relations

Ancient Theory of International Relations
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Ancient Theory of International Relations. Certain principles of interstate relations may also be found in ancient literature or may be deduced from the external dealings of early peoples. Although the modern idea of international law among sovereign and independent states did not develop until the rise of national monarchies at the close of the Middle Ages, yet ancient peoples carried on foreign relations according to certain customs and rules, usually under religious sanction.
The inter group relations of antiquity were based in the main upon force. Ancient states were formed by constant conflict with neighboring states and with surrounding barbarians. Their idea of the normal condition of interstate relations would naturally differ from those of the modern world, which grew out of the Roman Empire with its Pax Romana. War was regarded as the natural condition of mankind; peace, as an exceptional condition secured by special agreement.
Negotiation between states was Machiavellian in character and was employed as an aid to war or as a substitute for it; and the foreigner was regarded as an enemy, without legal rights or obligations. Certain ties were acknowledged among those of the same race and religion, but states as such possessed no rights and were under no legal obligations one to another. The Hebrews recognized mutual rights in their inter tribal dealings, considered other peoples as natural enemies, and were especially bitter against the original occupiers of the Promised Land.
War was waged ruthlessly. The persons and property of the conquered were at the mercy of the victors, and the religions of the period usually urged the extermination or enslavement of defeated peoples. The bodies of the slain were often mutilated, captives were subjected to horrible tortures, and the victors carved boasting records of their atrocities upon their monuments. Religion was conceived as an alliance of the gods and their worshipers against other peoples and their gods.
Let us go up against them, for our God is greater than their God, was a characteristic battle cry, Oriental states considered it one of their chief duties to extend the authority of their gods over as many peoples as possible, the method of its achievement being military force. Victory was ascribed to the gods, and the punishments inflicted upon the vanquished were declared to be commanded by divine authority.
However, the pressure of frequent life and death struggles among primitive peoples, together with the strong emphasis placed upon unity of kinship and religion, had a marked effect upon the inner spirit of the group. Loyalty to comrades, self-sacrifice, and devotion to the common cause were called into constant activity. Nearly all early peoples attained ideals of closer brotherhood and unity within national bounds than have obtained in western countries.
Competition in primitive times was between groups, not between individuals. Within the group communistic ideas prevailed. An injury to any member was considered an injury to the group, and the group was held responsible for the activities of its members.
Friendly relations among primitive peoples were not entirely lacking. Mutual aid was exchanged, even among savages. Early empires exchanged letters, presents, and embassies; and alliances, cemented by intermarriages, Were sometimes concluded, Bribery was also used to corrupt the officials of neighboring states. Hospitality to visitors and messengers was extended under certain conditions and according to rigid rules and formalities.
In the second half of the eighth century B.C., the Assyrian Empire, absorbing the smaller states of western Asia, became a world power. Political unity then, as later under Rome, suggested the idea of world law and peace. The Hebrew prophets of that period, convinced of the supremacy of their God and their religion, conceived of a world-wide kingdom in which all nations should acknowledge the suzerainty of Jehovah. They put forth the ideal of universal peace and spoke of the time when nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.
The ideal of arbitration was referred to by Herodotus, who relates that one of the Persian satraps compelled the cities of Ionia to make agreements among themselves so that they might give satisfaction for wrongs and not plunder one anther’s land.
Early Hindu political philosophy, growing up under conditions of active inter tribal life, worked out the concepts of external sovereignty, balance of power, and world organization, and urged humane methods of warfare. The Chinese philosopher Mencius maintained that the same rules of morality apply in the relations of nations as in those of individuals, and taught that differences between nations should be settled by arbitration and by considerations of justice, not by force.
Commerce, in its origin, was scarcely distinguished from war or robbery. Piracy was regarded as an honorable undertaking. The hope of plunder was a guiding motive in foreign policy; and commercial peoples like the Carthaginians and the Phoenicians organized trade as a government enterprise, carried on systematic commercial exploitation of weaker peoples, and waged relentless war against all rivals in order to secure 3 monopoly of trade.
Early commerce was largely trade of civilized with less civilized or barbarous peoples. The latter distrusted and feared the former, and warfare ending in annihilation, slavery, or colonial dependence was generally the fate of the less civilized combatant. Ancient peoples usually extolled agriculture and looked upon commerce with distrust, permitting foreign trade only under stringent restrictions.
Friendly commercial relations were, however, sometimes carried on, especially by the Egyptians, and commercial treaties were occasionally mate and observed. Under Solomon, Jewish trading vessels engaged in commerce with distant ports; later kings of Israel secured the right to establish trading quarters in foreign cities, and granted similar privileges to alien merchants.
Read More Related Article of Ancient Political Thought: 1.Primitive Political Ideas. 2.Oriental Political Thought. 3. Hindu Political Thought. 4.Chinese Political Thought. 5.Hebrew Political Thought.
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2021.12.02 01:03 LittleBigSmoak1 Started my 1.18 creative world, been waiting for this day since 1.17 was announced.

Started my 1.18 creative world, been waiting for this day since 1.17 was announced. submitted by LittleBigSmoak1 to Minecraft [link] [comments]


2021.12.02 01:03 NecessarySignal28 My pair of kits

Thought I would share my cars. Yellow one is a covin running WRX STI turbo engine Red one is a Condor running a turbo EA Subaru motor.
Yellow is my daily and so much fun to drive.
Currently rewiring the red one as I like clean cars
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