Neganova


Neganova

Listen, get educated, and get involved.

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A glowing commendation for all to see

YAAAAAAAAAAASSS.

When you come across a feel-good thing.









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When you come across a feel-good thing.

I'm in this with you.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

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Neganova

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Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.


Neganova

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.




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Not an upvote, not a downvote, just an in-the-middle sidevote.






Neganova

When you come across a feel-good thing.


Neganova

Listen, get educated, and get involved.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.



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Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

That's a little funny





  1. Most will still scan if you don't set the item down, unless that particular item is sold by weight.

  2. They're referring to the bagging area where you set the item after scanning it, not the scanning area itself.

  3. A friend from Germany said he's dubbed over with the voice of a German interpreter on the news to where he sounds almost normal.

  4. any chance you have or could dig up a link to something like this? would love to see it!

  5. 2009 is long after the shift I'm talking about. As for whether Russia asking to be part of NATO was serious, of course it wasn't a formal request to join, but the idea was floated, and Putin felt like he was shot down. And again, I'm getting all my information here from a former US ambassador, so I'm not so inclined to trust that you better understand our relationship with Russia during that period better than him.

  6. To add, I believe part of the hold-up regarding Russia joining NATO was that Russia did not want to apply and wait through the standard application process: they considered that beneath them. They wanted to be invited and accepted quickly.

  7. I love this! Cactuar are my favorite and he looks great. Bonus:

  8. Lol that is incredible! I want to do a whole gaggle of them dressed up.

  9. That would be amazing! You have a great style and I would love to see that

  10. Aww is that too many words for wittle you to handle?

  11. Start using it as your main phone and ditch the box / booklets in the hotel in the US. And just keep it in your pocket like you do with a phone

  12. This is the real genius play. Plenty of people have multiple phones, personal and work phones to start with. If the phone isn't still in shrink wrap and its original packaging, TSA and customs aren't going to know any better.

  13. You have to throw the box though. If they scan and see anything like a box in your baggage, they will open it. If it's found that you bring an empty phone box, then they legally assume that your phone is illegally imported and you must pay the tax and custom fee.

  14. yeah of course throw away the box haha and the receipt while we're at it

  15. Zotero is the answer to your problem! It hasn't been updated in since 2011 (iirc) but is still is one of the most used citation manager still being used up to this date. I recently submitted my thesis and I only relied with Zotero. It has the basic stuff you need in a citation manager. It also allows you to open articles in <.pdf> format annotate passages as you read them.

  16. I ran out of storage very quickly on zotero . Now i use mendeley

  17. I just started using Zotero so I'm curious – were you using it store the PDFs as well?

  18. Is that Kael'thas in front of him, with his green orbs?

  19. I know things feel really tough right now, but I believe you in. Things will get better. Keep ringing in, as it were.

  20. If they planned to disappear, it would be simple to pack old clothing, or simply buy new stuff once they're away. How do strangers, and even close family members who don't live in the house, know that no clothing was taken? It's perfectly feasible to own/purchase clothing that nobody familiar to the family has seen before. I've always thought it was a little strange to assume people disappear with no clothes or belongings. I personally have a specific travel bag packed with toiletries and duplicates of things I need away from home so that I don't have to take my 'home' stuff. I don't regularly show people this bag so I doubt anyone other than my husband knows about it--and even he seems perplexed when I ask him to grab that specific bag. .

  21. I agree with the broader point in a modern context – I couldn't tell you how many shirts I have either – but a financially struggling family in post-Soviet Poland is not going to have a lot of money to go around on graphic Tees. The patterns of consumerism are totally different.

  22. I'm not too sure what Poland was like in 2003, but only 10 years post soviet era, I can imagine the number of clothes they had would be substantially less than we would consider normal now.

  23. Thank you, while I agree with the broader point in a modern context, a financially struggling family in post-Soviet Poland is not going to have a lot of money to go around on graphic Tees.

  24. The video only says that he worked with a personally customized version of C, but the Wikipedia article gives us the amazing full name:

  25. The idea is to have a continiuous space for animals to travel from one place to another, so not fragmented spots like you would have in city parks, but rather patches of nature in between small clusters of human buildings. How to connect those I don't know. Bridges? Tunnels? Drone-ferries? Bridges for the wildlife instead? Anything to not fragment nature on the ground too much.

  26. I couldn’t find anything about bags but I did a google image search for past years and see tons of people with bags, so I’m bringing mine.

  27. You can bring bags, they will check inside em like every other event does . Good luck finding a water filling station. Spent the whole fucking festival carrying around a useless water bottle. No idea about outside food but I see people with pretzel necklaces all the time, some of them are giant pretzels so, I don't see a problem with it.

  28. I don't expect the majority of people who are leaving comments took the time to read the article. There are major universities studying UAP's right now. I watched one professor go over one of the videos from the Navy who pointed out how these objects appear blurry or blinked in and out. Upon looking closely at the video, other objects lacked this blurry appearance or blinking. He theorized that it could be due to some kind of gravitational lens phenomenon where light is being bent. It's all pretty interesting stuff and it is nice that at least they are trying to understand what these are. Skepticism is great, but any extreme in skepticism or outright belief is not helpful. The fact is - we don't know yet what this stuff is, and it is worth investigation for several reasons.

  29. Dr. Kevin Knuth is an Associate Professor of Physics at University of Albany with over two decades of experience in machine learning algorithms for Astrophysics, Bayesian Probability Theory, Information Theory, Robotics, Signal Processing, Neuroscience, Nonlinear Dynamics, Quantum Mechanics, and many other areas. He’s also the editor of the peer-review open-access journal “Entropy”, as well as being a member of the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies.

  30. Also took the typo “it’s hippopotamus” (“it is” instead of the possessive) and turned the cow into a cow-hippo hybrid.

  31. Wow I was wondering why the cow looked vaguely hippo-like

  32. That sounds an awful lot like actually working...

  33. You can cheat on exams really easily by memorizing your notes beforehand. Then, when you look at your notes in your mind, no one can actually tell.

  34. Hahaha I am literally laughing out loud at this (not just smiling, not just exhaling, but actually teehee’ing)

  35. Before making any decisions, you should absolutely reach out to a department administrator or the head of the department and see what information they can provide. Really, reach out to anyone at the college/university that you can think of.

  36. See how all the ceiling tiles are missing and there’s a couple of homemade fans in the wall? He’s getting AC from the shop next door.

  37. I'm just wondering if you know that for sure, from experience or something similar? At first I thought those fans would be directed the other way, to channel the hot air rising off the computers into the other room, rather than trying to pull cold air in.

  38. Just experience building things. Commercial buildings with hung ceilings like this don’t usually have the walls go up past the ceiling. They’re just partitions, and all the wires and pipes pass over. (They’re called acoustic ceiling tiles, as they’re designed to stop sound and prevent noise from traveling between rooms.)

  39. I see, thanks for your information!

  40. Apparently it was all discussed on parler. People precut the wood and brought all the pieces for faster assembly.

  41. Straight-up crowd-sourced terrorism

  42. This one is so interesting and so strange. The story sounds like sci-fi but the testimony is compelling. I feel it could speak equally to either an alien encounter or some other phenomenon regarding mass common hallucinations and consciousness.

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