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2023.03.25 23:50 JustFireYT Timezone BS vent (for fun, no offense)
Layko feko te5raso ba2a 3ashen el'time, ma ele 5eli2 fe2 bokra 3ashen le2eh 5aye Ali 3am be2awis 3a ebn 3ameh George bass 3ashen lwa2et lmentek, like bruh its just a fucking numbers to count the time left to enter another boring day in this shit-hole country no need to start a civil-fuck war just to know what time the bus come pick us to school..
anyways time to take my alzheimer's meds and go back to sleep, yalla bonquie guys and have a wonderful shawarma evening!
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2023.03.25 23:48 Lost-Beach3122 Horrible Histories Awful England Full History Episode Concept
Through old sketches and new sketches, Rattus Rattus hosts a chronological look at some of the more strange, sad, and outright Horrible aspects of the entire history of England.
- Savage Stone Age
- HHTV News: Bob Hale's Stone Age Report (S1E5)
- Song: “The Ages Of Stone” (S3E11)
- Trepanadol, the surefire headache cure.(S2E6)
- Shouty Man: New! Multi-Purpose String.(S3E6)
- A man tries to convince his skeptical hunter friend that settling down on a farm is the wave of the future.(S3E6)
- Cliff Whiteley discusses the many theories about Stonehenge with one of its builders. (S3E12)
- Broken Bronze Age
- HHTV Early News: Eager customers queue up for the opening of the Bronze Age (S4E1)
- New Sketch: Advertisement: Bronze Age Funeral Homes (Funeral Ad parody)
- New Sketch: Historical Chopped - A bronze age chef prepares traditional dishes like roasted venison and nettle soup.
- New Sketch: Bronze Age warriors on a quest to find the mythical island of Avalon. (mockumentary parody)
- New Sketch: Historical Shopping Channel - The Bell Beaker Hour
- New Song: “Bling Bling Bronze” (Rap parody)
- Cut Throat Celts
- New Sketch: Bronze Age people decide to take the Celts culture and use it themselves.
- Home decorating with severed heads.(S1E10)
- New Sketch: Strangest Celtic Beliefs (Animated)
- "Horrible Points of View": Taking questions and comments--also severed heads--from the era's viewer mailbag. (S3E6)
- "Historical Wife Swap": An upscale Roman couple moves into newly conquered Britain and swaps with a traditional Celtic family. (S2E7)
- Song: “Boudicca” (S2E10)
- Smashing Saxons
- HHTV News: Bob Hale Saxon Report (S3E10)
- The host of "Invasion, Invasion, Invasion" inadvertently helps Hengist and Horsa steal Kent from Vortigern. (S3E3)
- King Aethelred is suspicious of witchcraft on first meeting Brother Augustine (S5E5)
- New Sketch: King Oswiu of Northumbria holds a debate over whether England should be influenced by Roman Christianity or Celtic one.
- Suggestions for coping with famine (S2E6).
- HH Movie Pitch: Alfred the Great tries to avoid being typecast as "Cake Guy" (S4E12)
- Historical Desktops: Ethelred the Unready suffers cyberbullying at the hands of Viking raiders.(S3E8)
- HHTV News: Mike Peabody live from the Battle of Maldon (S3E2)
- Stupid Death: Harold Godwinson’s Brothers (S4E4)
- Measly Middle Ages
- The News at 1066 provides updates from the Norman Conquest via Bayeux Tapestry (S2E10)
- The tumultuous love story of William the Conqueror and Matilda of Flanders is retold in "Mud and Matilda" (S3E10)
- HHTV News: taking a census for the Domesday Book. (S1E5)
- William the Conqueror's increasingly unusual funeral (S1E5)
- William II meets his death in a mysterious hunting accident (S3E8)
- New Sketch: Henry I can’t help it with his lamprey obsession.
- Song: "Matilda(s) and Stephen ... and Henry"(S5E10)
- Historical Desktops: King John's concern for his social media status leads him to accidentally sign the Magna Carta. (S4E11)
- New Sketch: Henry III & his estranged relationship with Simon De Montfort explained through a graphic novel.
- The plague forecast (S2E11)
- A peasant tries to leverage his rare and desirable plague-free status into a pay rise. (S3E12)
- The Peasants Revolt is led by the confusingly named Wat Tyler. (S1E8)
- New Sketch: A mishap occurs from Wat Tyler during the court of Richard II
- New Sketch: “The War Of The Roses” (Game Of Thrones Parody)
- Song: "The Truth About Richard III" (S3E6)
- Lord Stanley literally waits until the last minute to decide whom to fight for at the Battle of Bosworth Field. (S5E9)
- Terrible Tudors
- "Who on Earth Are You?":Lambert Simnel (S5E7)
- Song: "Henry VII: The Original Tu-Tu-Tudor" (S5E9)
- "This Is Your Reign": King Henry VIII reunites with his dead friends, advisors and wives (S1E2)
- New Sketch: Imagine Spot: Henry VIII leaves a negative review to Six
- Song: “Divorce, Beheaded, Died” Song (S1E2)
- King Henry VIII plays tennis while his Queen Anne Boleyn is executed. (S2E11)
- "Horrible Histories World Wrestling": Francis I of France defeats Henry VIII (S2E12)
- Time to get ready for the Religious Switchover (S5E2)
- Edward VI's whipping boy, Barnaby Fitzpatrick, faces the wrath of the royal tutors. (S4E10)
- New Song: “Edward VI: Growing Up” (Parody of "When I Grow Up" from Matilda The Musical)
- The story of Lady Jane Grey, queen for nine days. (S3E3)
- Song: “Mary the First” (S4E10)
- Elizabeth I takes her search for the perfect consort online. (S4E3)
- Oh Yea! Magazine: Elizabeth I's formidable temper (S4E5)
- Trailer: Spanish Armada I & II(S4E1)
- Slimy Stuarts
- New Song: “James: King Of Scotland & Ireland”
- New Sketch: George Villiers comes up with new schemes to win wars in Europe and all fail.
- Bonfire safety tips with Guy Fawkes. (S1E11)
- The story of the Gunpowder Plot as action movie "Fawkes' 13" (movie trailer) (S2E1)
- New Sketch: Charles I goes online to scam people with “ship money”
- Two men with their ears chopped off try to talk to each other (S2E1)
- The introduction of a novel new drink called 'tea'.(S2E9)
- HHTV News: Civil War. Bob Hale gives the Civil War Report(S2E7), The English Civil War breaks out (S1E11), while Mike Peabody reports live from the Battle of Marston Moor.(S2E7)
- Song: “The English Civil War Song” (S3E10)
- HHTV News: Charles I's execution.(S1E4)
- Oliver Cromwell bans Christmas celebrations--among many other things. (S2E2)
- New Sketch: What you can and can’t do under Puritan England
- Song: "Charles II: King of Bling"(S2E2)
- Thomas Blood is brought to the court of Charles II (S3E12)
- Charles II literally dines in public.(S4E2)
- New Sketch: How to burn down London
- New Sketch: Gross Designs - Christopher Wren has some grand plans to rebuild London
- "My Stuart Family" tries to keep up with the neighbors with the help of some exotic new foods. (S1E2)
- "Historical Wife Swap": The Miserables & The Merrys (S1E3)
- HHTV News: Mike Peabody reports on efforts to cope with the Great Plague of London. (S1E9)
- Ye Sun newspaper: Plague Special.(Parody of The Sun newspaper.)(S1E9)
- Plague victim finder recruitment comes with some built-in occupational hazards. (S5E9)
- New Sketch: Charles II & Catherine Brackanza go to couples’s therapy
- New Song: “James II: Protestants Watching Me” (Parody of “Somebody’s Watching Me” by Rockwell)
- New Sketch: The host of "Invasion, Invasion, Invasion" meets William and Mary who are storming to take over the Crown
- New Song: "William & Mary" (Parody Of "I Got You Babe" by Sonny & Cher)
- William returns to England from Amsterdam to see how effective his wife is at running the country.
- New Sketch: Shouty Man: New! Bank Of England!
- New Sketch: "Historical Countryfile": Our host explores some of the bizarre and exotic plants grown in Mary II's garden. (Parody of Countryfile)
- New Sketch: William III acts more clueless about running England after Mary's death
- New Sketch: Historical Desktop - Queen Anne & Sophia Of Hanover both wait for each other to die.
- New Song: “The Acts Of Union” (Parody of “Heart Of Glass” by Blondie)
- Gorgeous Georgians
- Song: “Four Georges” (S1E1)
- Robert Walpole take advantage of George I’s inability to speak English (S3E7)
- New Sketch: George II asks Tomochichi about the ladies in his court.
- Song: “Dick Turpin” (S3E1)
- How to Vote In Georgian Elections (S1E1)
- "Historical Wife Swap": Lord and Lady Posh from the Manor swap with the Peasant family of Poorville. (S1E6)
- "Georgian Come Dine With Me" (S5E6)
- King George III's royal physicians torture him in the name of treatment.(S2E6)
- Song: “George IV: Couldn’t Stand My Wife” (S2E5)
- "George IV: Who on Earth Are You?" (S3E4)
- New Sketch: People at a pub argue over whether the Georgian Era is over or not after George IV’s death.
- New Sketch: Britain abolishes slavery and gives reparation… to the owners
- Vile Victorians
- Queen Victoria's solemn coronation hits some less-than-dignified snags.(S5E6)
- Queen Victoria pitches her workout regime. (S1E12)
- The Shouty Man presents Victorian Child Chimney Cleaner and Victorian Maid (S1E9 and S2E10)
- Parliamentarians try to find a solution to--or at least, a way to ignore--the Great Stink of 1858. (S1E7)
- An inspector gets a rundown from strict teachers on school punishments. (S1E9)
- New: HHTV News: Bob Hales Reports The Crimean War
- Florence Nightingale arrives at a Crimean hospital clearly in need of her help. (S1E13)
- Song: “Mary Seacole” (S4E5)
- Victoria and Albert's love story (S4E2)
- Song: "Work, Terrible Work!"(S3E4)
- Evil Edwardians
- New Sketch: Edward VII aspires to reign as long as his mother
- New Song: “Edward VII’s Party Song” (Parody of “Party Rock” by LMFAO)
- Suffragettes try to smuggle themselves in a bag (S5E10)
- Song: "The Suffragettes' Song" (S3E8)
- HHTV News: Live from a schoolboy strike in Llanelli. (S5E10)
- Song: “Edwardian Not Victorian”(music hall pastiche)
- New Sketch: Historical Desktops: David Lloyd George posts his budget plan and uses this as an opportunity to decrease power from the House Of Lords.
- The officers of the RMS Titanic run through a highly dubious safety measures check. (S5E2)
- New Sketch: Imagine Spot - “Beatrix Potter’s Funhouse” (Preschool Show Parody)
- Frightful First World War
- Song: “Cousins” (From the Frightful First World War Special)
- Outlining the causes of the war as simply as possible - that is, not very (S1E8).
- A naive young recruit to the trenches tries to learn the ropes (S3E3).
- The dos and don'ts of keeping the war effort going strong at home, including a ban on feeding ducks (From the Frightful First World War Special)
- Shouty Man: New! WWI Wee-Wee, the multi-purpose liquid revolution (S3E3)
- Summing up the less-than-encouraging results of the Somme campaign (S3E1)
- Scenes from the poignantly pointless chaos in the trenches, in the few minutes between learning of the 11 November truce and its actual implementation. (From the Frightful First World War special)
- Awful Interwar Period
- New Sketch: HHTV News: The General Strike of 1926 where the protesters play football with the officers.
- New Sketch: A father tries to controls his son’s radio time
- New Sketch: “Historical Fashion Fix”: Changing an Edwardian woman into a Flapper
- New Sketch: The Suffragettes find new things to protest about after women got the right to vote.
- New Sketch: A group of wealthy, hedonistic socialites discuss their extravagant lifestyles and controversial scandals while sipping on cocktails and dancing to jazz music.
- New Sketch: The introduction of “fish and chips”
- New Sketch: The opening of Penguins Publishing
- HHTV Sport: Profiling Lily Parr (S5E8)
- New Song: “Flappers” (Parody of “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” by Cyndi Lauper)
- New Sketch: The launching of an obscure network you’ve never heard - The BBC
- New Sketch: HHTV News: Bob Hale Reports On The Great Depression, Mad Molly reports on the actual finance of the economy during the Depression (parody of a financial market channel), and Mike Peabody reports live on the streets of Northern England.
- New Sketch:King Edward VII & Wallis Simpson told through a graphic novel.
- New Sketch: George VI goes to speech therapy
- Historical Desktops: Neville Chamberlain gauges the reaction to his new European peace settlement. (S5E11)
- Woeful Second World War
- HHTV News: Bob Hale's World War II Report. (S5E7)
- The commandant of a German POW camp tries to keep a determined British officer from escaping. (S1E2)
- A prim couple must choose from a difficult set of inner-city evacuee children. (S5E12)
- PM Winston Churchill discusses arming the British Home Guard. Video game: Operation Defend Britain. The Durham Home Guard branch does more damage to themselves than to the enemy.(S2E1)
- Winston Churchill plans D-Day late into the night, much to the dismay of his secretary and a general. (S2E4)
- Wrapping children in brown paper for warmth leads to a postal mix-up. (S2E2)
- An evacuee child from the city thinks he's landed in a den of monsters in "The Farm" (S2E9)
- Song: "The Few (RAF Pilots)" (S4E1)
- Wartime mechanic and future monarch Elizabeth II also stars in a sprightly "Queen-Fit-Fitters" jingle (S5E5)
- An attempt to foil German railway spies creates unexpected problems for the British passengers. (S4E2)
- New Sketch: Winston Churchill is elected out of office after the war’s over.
- Freaky Fifties
- New Sketch: The war’s over – but many of the aspects of it haven’t
- New Sketch: George Orwell complains to Cliff Whitley about how people misinterpret his novels
- New Song: “Windrush Migrations” (Parody of “Good Vibrations” by the Beach Boys)
- New Sketch: Imagine Spot: A literal Iron Curtain falls between Europe
- New Sketch: Deadly Toys Store
- New Sketch: A family watches Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation, which is the only thing they can watch.
- Swinging Sixties
- New Sketch: Groovy Man Magazine: Christine Keeler
- New Sketch: "Historical Hospital" - A hippie provides “alternative medicine” to a patient
- New Sketch: The Commonwealth - It’s not an empire but it's close enough (advertisement parody)
- HHTV News: Bob Hales Reports The 1960s
- New Song: “England’s Changed”
- New Sketch: Mods vs Rockers
- New Sketch: The Beatles members argue about who is more popular and talented than the other.
- New Sketch: “Historical Fashion Fix” - Mary Quant joins our host to give a person a hippie design.
- New Sketch: An old man from the Edwardian Era tries to fit in with the hippies and fails
- Sadistic Seventies
- New Sketch: "Glam Rock Beauty Pageant" - A spoof beauty pageant featuring some of the most outrageous glam rock stars of the era, complete with over-the-top costumes and antics.
- New Sketch: A woman notices her friend still dresses like its the 1950s
- New Sketch: Because of the Energy Crisis, government employees are trying to cram all of their work into three days, causing chaos in the workplace.
- New Sketch: HHTV News: Mike Peabody reports the winter of 1978-79, where a series of strikes by public sector workers caused widespread disruption across the country, including rubbish piling up in the streets and uncollected bodies at the morgue.
- New Sketch: The 1973 wedding of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, featuring ridiculous hats, awkward dancing, and the Queen trying to keep her corgis under control.
- New Sketch: People at a disco party start to spontaneously combust due to the extremely flammable disco clothing and decorations of the time.
- Ugly Eighties
- New Song: “Margaret Thatcher” (Parody of “I'm in Love With Margaret Thatcher” by Not Sensibilities)
- New Sketch: Historical Desktop: Margaret Thatcher prevents Argentina from claiming the Falklands.
- New Sketch: "Thatcher's Britain": A clueless host takes a tour of 1980s England under the rule of Margaret Thatcher, seeing protests everywhere. (travel show parody)
- New Sketch: "Rubik's Cube Mania": Contestants compete to solve the Rubik's Cube puzzle
- New Sketch: Customers get frustrated in a video rental store, where VHS tapes were rented out for a few days at a time.
- New Sketch: Heck Yeah Magazine: Punk Rock musicians
- New Sketch: Historical Fashion Fix: Our host gives a man the 1980s fashion, featuring over-the-top outfits with bright colors, big hair, and lots of accessories.
- Nasty Nineties
- New Sketch: A group of 90s teens try to come up with the coolest thing to happen in England, only to be constantly upstaged by real-life events like the Spice Girls and Tony Blair's election.
- New Sketch: The rivalry between Oasis and Blur
- New Sketch: An ““anonymous”” whistleblower reveals details about the Royal Family, and it's definitely not Princess Diana
- New Sketch: A frustrated former teacher named Terry Deary hates how history is told in school and decides to write some books to make it interesting.
- New Sketch: People are scared of the spread of “mad cow disease”
- New Sketch: HHTV News: Mike Peabody reporting live of the Y2K scare.
- New Sketch: Song: “Horrible England” (Parody of “Rule Britannia” ft. some aspecting of “We’re History”)
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2023.03.25 23:47 Visual_Plankton_5268 AITA for refusing to work to look after my child?
Me 35F and my husband 45M have been together for 14 years. We have 2 children 6 and 8 and 1 on the way. Our eldest is needing her 4th eye surgery in a few days and we were only given 3 weeks notice. Husband has a business that I work in regularly and I also have my own career that I work in 2-3 days a week. Am I the asshole for refusing to work in the business 3 days after our daughters surgery? Husband believes we should organise a babysitter for our child so I can work in the business for 2 days as he is understaffed. I mean, I feel like I could be the asshole because if I’m not there then we make less money. But this is our child….. He seems very upset that I won’t do this and I’m very upset that he expects he to put work before the children. So am I the asshole?
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2023.03.25 23:47 TheRustlerofJimmiez The Rastafarian Colony in Ethiopia
2023.03.25 23:46 ComeToShiratorizawa_ [ONLINE] [5E] looking for a dnd group
My friend and I are looking for a dnd group! I’ve got some experience but my friend is relatively new.
We’re both 16 and are fine with anyone 14+!
We’re free 5pm-12am every day but Thursdays and Fridays, and our best day is Saturday.
I can DM though I admit I’m not the best at it, either way, if you’re interested in playing or DMing please message me on my discord:
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2023.03.25 23:46 Choppen45 Claiming old season pass rewards
So I know you can claim rewards from old seasons with the Firefox extension, that was nice for getting some stuff. But back in Season of the Dawn (the Saint 14 one) I wasn’t able to play because of some existing home life factors. Maybe played a total of 4 days that season, if that much. Happened through the next 1-2 seasons as well but I don’t care much about those. The ornament armor sets from the Dawn Season Pass looks absolutely fantastic but I never got to play enough because of previously stated issues to get them. Is there any way to now? I payed for the pass and everything, I don’t see why there shouldn’t be a way to get that stuff later since you put the money up for it you know.
If anyone has anything useful/helpful on it to say I’d appreciate it! If you’re just gonna say something like “sucks for you bro,” you can skip that and save us both the time. Thanks y’all
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2023.03.25 23:45 AutoModerator [Get] Futures Flow – Footprint Day Trading Blueprint Course
2023.03.25 23:45 mickzsnickerbar I need some getting into a relationship advice
Hello! I’m a girl (14) turning 15 very soon but i am asking for advice because i met this really cute guy on this app called wink. I added him on snap and we called the very first night (same day I added him), mind you i am somebody who has a diagnosed general anxiety disorder, and i also struggle talking to people so this was very unlike me but we talked and we got along super well and we have a lot in common. We’re very compatible in our morals and values and how we feel about things. He’s a major green flag. But fast forward we’ve only been talking for three weeks, and he told me he liked me. I’m the type of person who has a pretty good head on their shoulders when I’m not being mentally ill and i haven’t ever had a relationship or any sort of romantic experience so this a first for me, i mean I’ve turned down some people because i want a true relationship where I truly like somebody but because of that i have a really hard time knowing wether or not I like somebody? I forgot to mention he’s long distance and lives very far away and we’ve been planning on meeting each other soon. But I was honest with him and told him I’m not sure how I feel but I am interested in you but I need more time to confirm my feelings and I don’t know how I might feel in the end and he needs to be okay with that he said okay so we’ve been “talking” and flirting and I think about him a lot and imagine us kissing and stuff like that but i still feel unsure and i don’t know if it’s my anxiety trying to mess with my head or what. Or like do I just really love somebody platonically or do I really like them romantically? I guess my question is how do I know? What should I do to find out how I feel more clearly? And has anybody else felt this way before getting into a loving relationship?
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2023.03.25 23:43 fauxmer Yesterday I beat a white lynel in combat without armor support for the first time
(That title makes it seem like I had a tank battalion over the next ridge helping me out by offering fire support. What an image.)
I've beaten white and even silver lynels in single combat before, but so far I have only been able to do so with training wheels: level 4 amber earrings, champion's tunic, and soldier's greaves (a whopping 88 armor), which allows me to shrug off pretty much any melee weapon they hit me with for just a quarter heart of health (except the crushers, those take four hearts). The near-invulnerability provides a great base upon which to practice combat with these creatures in a safe(er) environment.
Also, if you kick a white lynel in the face, you get a really nice bow. I eventually got to the point where I'd use savage lynel bows to farm royal weapons from hinoxes, then go use the royal gear to farm lynels for savage bows. When you throw the Master Sword (here twice-upgraded to 50 damage) into the mix, you violate the laws of thermodynamics; you get more goodies out of the process than you need to sustain it.
But I wanted to complete the Trial of the Sword. To unlock the full potential of the Master Sword. I admit, I'm not doing it because it's right or because it's what heroes do. I'm doing it because I wanted a (sorta) free top-tier weapon that (sorta) never breaks.
Also the sword glows.
So I take the Trials. One might ask if it's worth the stress and strain at this point in the game; all of the shrines have been completed, all the inventory expansions have been acquired, all the memories re-lived. There's precious little remaining on which to use an awakened Master Sword. But questions of worth fall within the purview of your conundrums of philosophy. Ain't nobody got time for dat, I wanna hit things with a shiny stick!
I tried the trials during my first play through the game, four years ago. I didn't do well; I couldn't even complete the first set—heck, I couldn't even get half-way through the first set. This second time through I do better. It still takes a couple tries, but the first trials go down.
I put it down to playing the game on a larger screen; 32 inches, not the Switch's 6.2. It makes a huge difference; I can actually see enough detail to let me parry and dodge. With my current play through clocking in at 110 hours, 105 of those on a large screen, it astonishes me that I completed my first 70-hour playthrough entirely on the Switch's tiny screen.
I've never seen the second set of trials before this playthrough, but they're actually easier than the first, there being no water-only levels. Bomb-arrow armed bokoblins on the third floor catch me off guard the first time, but I complete the middle trials on my second attempt.
The final trials scare me. I have read the ancient texts. I know what awaits me in the deep. I know what the monks awoke in the darkness of the magic boxes. Manes... and flame... Without gads of armor to cover my ass I fear I will simply be smashed flat by these beasts. But I dive in anyway—the trials won't complete themselves. The shiny stick won't be given to me. I need to earn it.
When I get to the first rest stop, I find something that makes my heart stop. Three ancient arrows? The ancient texts made no mention of these! The only equipment notices I had were for the flamebreaker boots; a not-so-subtle 'you will spend the next five floors on fire' advertisement. I know what these arrows can do to the mere meatbags who oppose me! Five minutes ago I wasn't even worried about guardians, because lynels. But these... these. For the first time ever, I feel a little thrill of hope. If I have these, even without armor, I can beat lynels. My own little cheat code. All I have to do is tough out the guardians.
My first pass through the final trials doesn't go well. I'm nervous, twitchy. I take too many hits. I inadvertently shove my one and only hearty radish into my greedy mouth instead of the cooking pot, wasting a whole full recovery opportunity. By the time I arrive at the second rest stop, there aren't enough food items on the floor to get me back up to full health. And after that comes snow levels; I can't cook everything on this floor to bring my health up as much as possible because I need them to provide me with cold resistance for the next few floors. I get through a couple levels before I tunnel vision on the wrong target; a blizzrobe freezes me and a silver bokoblin turns me inside out.
The second attempt I make sure to take a little bit slower. I plan my attacks, I withdraw if I'm in a position I don't like, I make very careful use of the few elemental weapons I have to one-hit kill and stunlock tougher enemies. When I get back to floor 14, I don't take my chances. I oneshot the blizzrobe with a fire arrow then pull out the first of my three ancient toys and stick it right up the silver bokoblin's backside, banishing his ass to the shadow realm. I will not have another run ruined by those two.
Things proceed more or less smoothly from there. I get to floor 17 and face my first lynel, a blue. It manages to glare at me for all of 2.6 seconds before the second of my ancient arrows wipes its stupid face (and the rest of it) from existence.
The guardians on the following floors give me pause, but the lone ones are easy to abuse and the three on floor 22 don't cover each other if you approach from the right angle. They are all slowly dismantled, one by one.
And then, finally, I arrive on the final floor, 23. Here there are eight little basic red bokoblins on horseback, a guardian turret, and my sum of all fears, Mr. White. Tall, proud, buff, and ugly as all get out, it spots me immediately, screams in barely-contained ketamine-fueled rage that someone as pink as me would deign to cross its field of view, and hauls its massive bow off its back. Before it fires is all the time I have.
It's all the time I need.
I draw the royal bow. I draw the last ancient arrow. I nock this final bolt, the swansong of power on the operatic ballad of shiny sticks. I raise the bow, pointing the arrow at a space a couple feet above the lynel's face; it's a long way, after all. I draw the string.
As afraid as I am, I'm also giddy. I'm there. This will be easy. I just need to let this thing fly and the hard work will all be over. The only thing remaining will be some little pissbabies on horses and a machine that is too stupid to avoid getting stunlocked by repeatedly having arrows shoved in its eye.
I loose my ultimate weapon.
The arrow travels gallantly through the air, its tip sparking into incandescent magnificence as it crosses the open space, dripping sparkles as it flies, little harbingers of its mission of doom. The giddiness reaches a fever pitch. I'm trembling with excitement.
The arrow buries itself...
...in the dirt six inches from the Mr. White's feet.
I've fluffed it. I had one shot, literally, to get this done, and I failed.
I want to cry. These trials have been hard on me. I've had to take extended breaks in the middle of them several times already to untense myself. The prospect of doing it all over again on account of one whinnet-ridden lynel quiet frankly gives me the screaming heebie-jeebies, you know what I mean? Ten year old me would have chucked the controller and screamed in guttural German. Thankfully those days are behind me; I simply pause and walk away for a while. Did I go have a little weep? Maybe. Maybe not. Maybe screw yourself.
I like to imagine the lynel and his hangers-on spend several seconds staring at the ruined arrow on the floor in front of them, then looking back up at me with contemptuous amusement as I literally try to swallow my fear, panic, and horror all at once. Of course, the game doesn't render emotions like that, but it's a funny image.
I have an argument with myself here. I don't want to try this full-frontal combat without my training wheels armor—I'm a coward. But even more so than that, I really don't want to run through the last 22 floors of the final trials again—I'm lazy. I even consider quitting the trials and giving up on the fully-awaked Master Sword. I consider using exploits to skip the final set of trials; it's not like I haven't already made it through all these floors, right? I'd just be... you know... skipping one single floor. Sorta. That's not too unfair, right?
When I come back I heave a large 'woe-is-me' sigh and unpause.
I can't face this creature and its groupies all at once on an open field.
I run for all my sorry little Hylian twink ass is worth.
Unfortunately, that's where the story stops being so dramatic. I climb the tower in the corner after I've broken the lynel's line of sight, severely abuse the guardian turret, and hunker down on my new perch. I know I can't bow the lynel to death; I don't have enough arrows and it'll call orbital strikes down on my head. I can't engage it in direct melee combat; I have only four weapons remaining and they'll break on its face before its face does.
But I realize I can abuse the bokoblins as well. They're really no more capable than the guardian turrets are. They won't attack me en mass. I pull them over where the lynel can't see them, one at a time, and pick them off their horses and steal their weapons. After a few minutes there's nobody left in the room except myself and Mr. White. Now I have a dozen weapons; sure they aren't all great, but they're fresh.
I now have no choice other than give up here, at the last step, or just dive in and see where it goes. It's not really a choice.
What I can say is that, thankfully, the training wheels experience gave me the actual skills necessary to get the job done. Mr. White and I engage in combat I manage to take him down with a dozen broken weapons, one broken shield, and all of my hearts.
That rush when the lynel finally collapses was incredible. It was like someone had jabbed an entire thing of adrenaline directly into my heart. I mean it was probably a week's worth of dopamine in my brain, dumped all at once, but still. At this point I want to cry, again, though this time not in pain or frustration but rather pure elation such as I haven't felt in a while. I did it. I completed the Trial of the Sword. And the final trials only took me two attempts.
I'm much better at this game now than I was four years ago.
I promptly take my glowing stick and use it to club Thunderblight Ganon to death.
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2023.03.25 23:41 Gr8fuldeadgrl68 I feel responsible for my cat’s death.
My S’mores was my baby for 14 yrs. I don’t work so I was always home w/ her. In June 2021, I reconnected w/ a guy from HS who lives 3-4 hrs north of me. I started making visits to him twice a month for 4-6 days a trip. I know S’mores missed me horribly. I came home from a visit in Feb 2023 & noticed a big wound on her belly. I rushed her to UC where they diagnosed her w/ breast & lung cancer. I just had to euthanize her today, March 25, 2023. If I had been around more, maybe I would’ve noticed her wound before the breast cancer spread to her lungs… which is ultimately why she couldn’t breathe any longer. I failed my one friend who gave me unconditional love. She should have been my first priority… not some man. I will never forgive myself for failing her.
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2023.03.25 23:40 Lavenderblaze two lines again and terrified
I just took a test and it came back positive. I lost my baby back on new years day when I was supposed to be 14 ish weeks but it was only 11-12 weeks before it passed away inside me. I'm terrified to lose again and I'm also terrified it might just be left over hgc but I'm kinda doubting it is. Those 2 lines came up so fast tho. Idk. The loss has just changed my mindset from excited to terrified.
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2023.03.25 23:40 MuchLifeLeft66 Yea.. been thinking about adultery..
But.. There are benefits to being on the wrong side of 50 and in a platonic marriage with a younger trophy wife. 1. No birth control. 2. Stay horny longer. 3. Use less hand sanitizer. 4. More time for work and planning her retirement. 5. Sleepless nights. 6. I now enjoy watching rom-coms. 7. The pleasure of shopping at several stores for my wife’s birthday, thinking it might get me somewhere. 8. Receiving thoughtless gifts purchased on Amazon the day before my birthday.. and hearing what “great reviews” they received. 9. She takes less showers and thus doesn’t have to do her hair as often. 10. Don’t have to aim my kisses as they always land on her cheek. 11. Seeing the smile on my wife’s face when someone says… “You look so cute together”. 12. Awkward silence is just silence. 13. Spend more time reading Amazon reviews from thoughtless gifts received. 14. Save time manscaping 15. When discussing with total strangers, they immediately want to share their meds. 16. Joy of watching my wife wear the new cloths, shoes, and accessories I bought her for her birthday…. Then go out with her friends. 17. Access to plenty of affair partners who also want a platonic relationship. 18. More time to purge my closet of old thoughtless gifts. 19. Reading through 100 [M4F] posts before finding 1 [F4M]. She’s a perfect match but lives 10,000 miles away. She receives 20 responses in 20 seconds, from BBC’s, 20 years younger. Post is removed as I’m typing a response.
In all fairness, my wife of 25 years is a great Mom and kids are happy.. I’ll never be the one who changes that.
Back to the roast..
Think the list also applies to women in a platonic marriages to old boring guys who spend lots of time at work and have clutter free closets.
Im sure there’s more than 19?
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2023.03.25 23:39 schbli Dog diarrhea causes?
Species: Dog Breed: Chihuahua terrier mix (we think) Sex: Spayed female Age: 9.5 years Weight: ~6 lbs History: nothing remarkable, occasional anxiety Location: CA, USA
Developed vomiting and diarrhea after having all her teeth removed March 7. We discovered that she had a tooth rot abscess leading up to the surgery. The day before her surgery she got two doses of Clavamox and her monthly HeartGard chew. She threw up the following morning, but we attributed it to the dental abscess. She was on Clavamox for 14 days, but had intermittent vomiting and soft stools most of that time. But she was keeping food down for the most part, so I thought it was just the meds not agreeing with her belly. After finishing the Clavamox, the intermittent vomiting still continued once a day, and after a few days, grew to twice a day, and then the caramel-colored runny diarrhea began. She has now had diarrhea for over a week. She spent 3 nights this week at the vet where they did bloodwork and an X-ray and everything came back normal. They changed her to a canned Royal Canin gastro food and the vomiting has stopped. But she’s also on ondansetron. At the clinic, they said she had a formed, nearly normal, darker bowel movement yesterday, and even showed it to me, and it did look good. So they sent her home, but as soon as we got home, she did the lighter caramel-colored diarrhea she was doing when I took her in. That continued off and on (about 4 times) for the first hour we were home. I finally was able to get her fed (she has a great appetite!) and get her meds into her, including her anti-diarrheal diphenoxylate, and she didn’t have another bowel movement until 2 am. But it was as awful as the rest. And it repeated two more times, at 6 am and 6:15 am today. I was able to get her breakfast into her and her meds (including another dose of diphenoxylate) and she hasn’t had another bowel movement today yet. In addition to the diphenoxylate, and the ondansetron, she is also on metronidazole.
Just feeling frustrated and defeated since nothing seems to be working.
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2023.03.25 23:38 Minoski Misclassified. Should I lawyer up?
I am starting to get the feeling of being misclassified. I worked for a company for a few years and was let go and no real actual reason was given as to why. I got a severance package but I am an "independent contractor". Here are some things that I did that makes me feel like I was misclassified:
- I was given a schedule with the time and days to work.
- I was being evaluated for perfomance and tracked through my output each day.
- I was told what to do and told my responsibilities
- I attended required meetings about them telling me what to do and how to do it
- They made you go to training so, that you can do the job how they want you to do it.
- My work is pertaining to their company. (for example, a retail store and I'm a retail worker.)
- I was on a indefinite timeline of employment. I never knew when it was over. I looked over what I signed when I first started and there's nothing there. No end date ever.
- I got paid the same day as everyone else, same pay schedule, documents stated I would be paid on company's payroll.
- I clocked in using their punching in and punching out system.
- I worked overtime by 30 mins every day I worked there.
- I have to ask for unpaid time off or I have to report when I am leaving early or when I went over my scheduled shift.
- Everyday we receive a tally of our outpout every single 2 hours for everyone to see.
- We get 1 on 1 sessions when you aren't doing the work in the way that they want you to do it.
- I get paid hourly.
- They gave me a 1099 NEC every year and I paid my own taxes. They filed a W9 when I first started on my behalf.
- I got paystubs of my hours.
- I had a manager or several.
Reasons I feel that they may say I am an independent contractor:
- I use my own computer. (However, they downloaded their own tools into my computer and I used their own tools that they provided to do the job.)
- I get to go on lunch breaks/breaks whenever I'd like to. (However, I am limited to my shift time as I am scheduled.)
- The agreement I signed when I started said that I am an independent contractor. (However, in the severance agreement. It states that I shouldn't be confused and that I am a contractor and not an independent contractor. Which is very contradictory.)
The severance package I received states that I am not allowed to talk about what I did at work to anyone unless an attorney. I am also, not able to sue. If I do sue and win, I have to pay their legal fees. I got let go for no reason. I've spent a few years at this company and I did great work. Every time I got evaluated for performance I always did well. My attendance was great. I really feel at a loss. This was my only job and my only source of income. I am starting to feel that I got "fired" for being a liability. They told me that I could re-apply if I wanted and now their job postings show W2 positions.
I also find it very convenient that I am let go after news broke that there will be some changes to the Employee or Independent Contractor Classification Under the Fair Labor Standards Act. I also fear that they did this to many people working at this company. I can count about at least 10 victims of this. Do I sign the severance, do I lawyer up? I need the money but it isn't enough. I don't even have enough money to pay the taxes that I supposedly owe while being an independent contractor. I never gone through the court system and I am afraid.
I have some proof but not all proof. What kind of proof would I need? Should I lawyer up or just talk to the IRS? Thanks.
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2023.03.25 23:37 bobjones271828 Upon reflection, a non-supernatural interpretation of the ending makes most sense within the show's aesthetic
I realize there's a lot of disagreement and controversy in the past week. I'm writing here only of my own way of coming to terms with the finale. Others certainly may disagree and have other perfectly valid interpretations.
After a week and having time to decompress, reflect, and think about what others have written, I really feel (to me) the best interpretation of the show is a non-supernatural one. I first started considering this after M. Night Shyamalan's statement last week in the Vanity Fair
Are they all imagining things, connecting dots where there are no dots to connect?
“It was always meant to be right on the fence for me,” Shyamalan explains. “You could, if you wanted to, [say] it’s a group of crazy people that believe this stuff. But they’re pretty convincing.”
MNS here explicitly seems to say that the interpretation of the ending is up to the viewer, and the writers seem to have gone to some effort to make this non-supernatural interpretation still feasible, even with everything we're shown on the show.
This is in line with what Tony Basgallop said back in 2019:
No one ever levitates anything off a table, but there are things that are unexplainable. The whole point of it is to be able to tell a story that can be read in two ways, which is probably one of the reasons it’s taken me so long to get the structure of the show right. Because every time something happens in the show that is seemingly unexplainable, the point is that the characters look for the explanation behind the unexplainable — and they find it. One of the ways we pitched the show is, “Is this a miracle or is it a crime?” And it often depends on your personal belief system. If your mind is open to incredible miracles, then you can watch the show and enjoy it on one level. And if you look for explanations — if you refuse to accept the divine or miraculous events — then you can always find the logic behind something.
There have been quite a few threads here over the past week exploring how everything was always "so obvious" -- Leanne was some angel/supernatural being, Jericho was temporarily reincarnated somehow, the cult was pretty much "real" as presented, etc. But there were also many other "obvious" clues of other significance in the show that bore no fruit: e.g., the emphasis in the cinematography on shoes and feet and crossing thresholds, the potential ramifications and symbolism of food choices (and food-related imagery), the hinting at deeper and darker and more thought-out theories concerning religious allegories or connections to deeper biblical/historical religious events/customs, the possibilities that there was "something more" to the backstories of pretty much all the main characters and/or the tragedy that preceded the series. And that doesn't even get into the (sometimes more reaching) scenarios proposed on this subreddit about grander allegories or "it is all in someone's head" ideas, etc.
Meanwhile, the "obvious" supernatural tale also has so much left unexplained, contradictory, and sometimes downright confusing. The idea that the cult was "good" despite so many of its actions, the rather silly depictions of many cult acts/rituals, the somewhat confusing morality of the cult and Leanne's final sacrifice, etc. are just one of several major threads. I'm not suggesting one can't reconcile these ideas for a supernatural conclusion, but it requires the viewer to accept a lot of seemingly bizarre developments and a somewhat crazy logic and ethical system to whatever supernatural world lies behind the series.
So, on the other hand, what is really in the way of the non-supernatural explanation
? Thinking it over, there are really only a few potential barriers (to me) that immediately stand out as not explained within, for example, Uncle George's tale of how things might
- The coincidence of "earthquakes" (with the basement hole opening up further, etc.) when there's tension involving Leanne on several occasions, particularly when she's potentially leaving or under stress.
- The pigeon attack in S04E01.
- Leanne's knowledge of Nancy's background (abuse) in S03E06.
- Leanne's apparent strength and fighting abilities, particularly as demonstrated against the cult several times.
Personally, I'm not too bothered about (4), because the cult is shown to be a bunch of wackos on quite a few occasions who appear a bit bumbling or unfocused, and they're clearly scared of Leanne
. (See the final confrontation between her and Uncle George, where the two other minions just run in fear -- Leanne doesn't even need to threaten them, when just a few moments before we saw Sean and Julian easily capture her with their own strength and manhandle her down the stairs from the attic.) At a moment when we might have seen Leanne's power finally manifested, Uncle George also just takes the ropes off her wrists, claiming they couldn't hold her. But again, Sean and Julian were just able to capture her?!
So, the other fight scenes we see in other episodes with Leanne -- it's feasible she was just a bit crazed and believed in her own power, coupled with the obvious incompetence of most cult members.
As for (1), we later see a giant sinkhole open in the middle of the street, and most of the major "earthquakes" (that I recall, maybe I'm missing one) occur while it's raining
, a time when groundwater could clearly be moving things around if there's a growing sinkhole in the neighborhood. It's still coincidence but... I mean, it rains quite a bit in Philadelphia at times.
One moment I personally took as important in establishing Leanne's supernatural nature was her knowledge of Nancy's background (3). When I was watching, that was one of the first moments when I really thought -- this is a major clue that's difficult to interpret another way! Except... well, apparently Sean already knew about this stuff regarding Nancy (perhaps the entire prayer group... and Leanne has spies throughout the neighborhood). There seems to be a lot of people Leanne could have heard some rumors from about Nancy, or even overheard Sean maybe having a phone conversation or (the house had a security system we know could be used for spying on others)... there are possibilities. It's not like this was apparently some deep secret that no one
And that leaves the pigeon attack. That's the hardest. Pigeons, as I've learned from a little research, very rarely attack humans. They have to be threatened usually, or their young/nests have to be threatened, etc. We could imagine some sort of electromagnetic event that drove the birds a bit nuts or something... and stranger real-life things have happened rarely, but that's one hell of a coincidence.
So I'm back to the two main possibilities:
- The "obvious" supernatural interpretation, which requires us to swallow a lot of unexplained supernatural weirdness
- Everything's non-supernatural, except we need to believe Leanne did some "research" on Nancy off-screen and there's one bizarre bird attack that's hard to explain
Occam's razor suggests I go with the latter.
Furthermore, the show
suggests I go with the latter. Because the show was clearly constructed to have a lot of red herrings and blind alleys that don't mean anything. The answer, in the end, seems to be that we as viewers should be skeptical and not look for deeper meaning
about... well, just about anything that happened in the show. Hell, Julian's final scene almost seems to make fun of those who'd look deeper, because all of those supposed background details that meant nothing
in the various shots are now juxtaposed against the happenstance of Julian viewing "wings" in his reflection.
Just another coincidence?
MNS may or may not agree, but that choice of the final shot seems to me to be invoking the opposite of what many viewers took away. It's showing an obvious stupid coincidence in the way a shot was framed, which Julian interprets as potentially significant... even though it's more likely it's just confirmation bias, because his brain was thinking about angels and the weird conversation he had just had with the officer.
To me, it's the final deconstruction that says "you see what you want to see." People can believe there are "angels among us" or maybe it's all just coincidental cinematographic shots and angles that are ultimately meaningless.
I choose the latter. It makes more sense to me. It doesn't require me to come up with a bunch of explanations for all of the wackiness of the cult or to believe in some sort of insane deity with very questionable morality and rituals running stuff behind the scenes... or why a dead baby just keeps turning back into a doll
. It ONLY requires for me to accept that one day pigeons attacked people. Yeah... well, it has literally rained frogs and all sorts of other bizarre events during history, so... believing in one coincidental bird attack requires much less suspension of disbelief than the alternative.
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2023.03.25 23:37 azr98 Field report : Successful fading of mothers mental abuse this Ramadhan
Currently 25 years old been on this sub since I was about 17 years old way back on my post history on this account. I actually told her I am not Muslim at 17 and she has been in very extreme denial ever since, elaborated later.
I came back from uni at 21 which was the first ramadhan at home and fasted all 30 due to mums real depression and menopause symptoms. Then at 22 I had enough fasting and pretending and suffering through taraweh since 16.
The first night she said to me to go to taraweh with my brother. I said no then she said why then I kept saying you can't force me. Massive argument ensues. I end up not going. Then next 30 days of her saying shit like "Shaitan's got you" , "you're just a confused little boy" saying I am obessed with eating even though I literally and intentionally lost like 8kg 14 days from a hiking trip while cutting.
Next year similar shit but less. My response to it those previous years was to say nothing. And no I don' mean not arguing back I mean literally not responding or saying "ok" at most. It took a tremendous amount of stoicism to hold my tongue like that. I would always remind myself that I am the better person in my inner monologue when she would say shit to me when I would eat in the kitchen which is ironic given that is the month where the 'religious' are supposed to be kind and pious. Then intensity was so consistent and the atmosphere she gave in that room was to make me feel like I just killed her family and we were both in a court room or something.
It is honestly the Muhammad Ali strat of letting them punch you with light jabs and dodging everything until they are completely tired out and I am happy to report it has worked.
Now I can proudly announce she saw me eating breakfast for the first time today and didn't say a word. The first 2 she was at work or asleep and we didn't see each other until iftar.
She has only sent me 1 whatsapp video of an instagram reel that was posted here before of rhyadmuslim explaining a basic palindrome of the Qur'an about the word orbit. I even asked if we needed oats when I went to the supermarket after I went to the gym and she replied saying no and to get her something so shit seems normal for now at least.
However she is still in denial because before Ramadhan started she did say she was going to stop going to the gym for a month and that "So should you" referring to Ramadhan and also referring to the idea that I didn't fast the past 2 years because I want to work out. This is despite me telling her at 17 I am not Muslim as well as her getting the local imam to speak to me 20 and her brother in law to speak to me about me leaving Islam at 22 who were both very nice about it thankfully.
On a side note I got KFC today Zinger + 2 wings + Milybar krushem + fries because there was no food in the house for lunch lmfao.
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2023.03.25 23:36 Suspiave_526 Where To Watch ‘John Wick 4’ Free Online Streaming on Reddit?
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2023.03.25 23:33 No-Comparison6520 I think the sales guy was drunk
2023.03.25 23:32 jamnic Weekend Plans in St Louis?
Let's make this weekend better than the last one :) have you heard of these events around St. Louis?
And next month:
You can get custom plans like this every weekend… to make each weekend better than the last
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be excited for every weekend … and get out to explore St. Louis. Plus, it’ll mean a lot to me <3
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