Posted this a while ago with a different makeup, got criticized, have returned with a new setup

2021.09.26 05:58 Meman27 Posted this a while ago with a different makeup, got criticized, have returned with a new setup

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2021.09.26 05:58 Linky_Linky Cubemap made of... maps

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2021.09.26 05:58 dart580 Dodgers fans trying to figure out how the Giants are cheating

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2021.09.26 05:58 Burnt_Bean82 Help identifying this coin

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2021.09.26 05:58 prawnbiryani 💗☁🍦🌸🧁🤍🦩

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2021.09.26 05:58 mherm82 First time posting here!! I hope you guys like it!!

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2021.09.26 05:58 MialoKoukoutsi Confused about validity period

A trust has re-registered u/s 12A and the provisional registration rec'd from the IT dept says:
Assessment year or years for which the trust or institution is registered: From AY 2022-23 to AY 2026-27
I am a little confused about the start and end dates of that period. Does it mean the registration is valid from: 1.4.2021 to 31.3.2026 ?
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2021.09.26 05:58 stationhollow Issue with Series X and LG C1. Can't have 10 bit and 120fps at the same time. 12 bit works with 120fps though

Hi all,
So as I said in the title I have a Series X and an LG C1 OLED.
I can't have 10 bit and 120fps at the same time. When I set one while the other is active I get no signal (as in of 120fps is active and it's at 8 or 12 bits and I swap to 10 it gives no signal or visa versa. If I have it at 12 bit though 120fps works fine. I just read in some setup guides that I should use 1p bit since 12 bit has some issues.
Any ideas or suggestions? I've already had to reset my xbox settings completely once because I screwed it up lol.
Any help would be appreciated. Cheers
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2021.09.26 05:58 taykaybo Don't you look at me like that, weed!

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2021.09.26 05:58 thedigitalcyborg What Do You Do At A Funeral Services?

Many families and individuals choose direct cremation or direct burial to include them in a traditional service. You can also arrange for flowers from the family to be sent home to the funeral home, or it can be a mix of all these funeral services.
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2021.09.26 05:58 smileyfaceinc I've come to realize that Ive never drawn Skittles nor the Sheriff. So, I saw the opportunity and I took it.

I've come to realize that Ive never drawn Skittles nor the Sheriff. So, I saw the opportunity and I took it. submitted by smileyfaceinc to madnesscombat [link] [comments]

2021.09.26 05:58 Junior_Importance_30 Bruh

In episode 14 of sotsu, satoko basically is killing Rika over and over. what is she trying to do, if anythinbg at all? Like, Rika will remember regardless right?
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2021.09.26 05:58 ARandomGuy4th How to win at solo pve (heroic only)

Hunters Fury gear set, no backpack or chest piece, sokolov/ceska/grupo chest piece with intimidate and memento or sokolov/ceska/grupo/ with adrenaline rush. Damn near any smg/shotgun will do, preferably Lady Death/Chatterbox/Backfire/Dark WinteCold Relations/The Apartment/anything somewhat meta smg. All pieces equaling up to 1.3 or 1.5 mil armour.
Done, you've reached endgame and every single girl wants you! Also I know everyone and their mom uses this build, saw a post just now just the same build I do with Backfire, I want people who just got done with WONY dlc to see a highly modular build that is fairly easy to make and hits really hard, even up to the millions.
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2021.09.26 05:58 Venom_2k2 Win Myth & Goal boardgame (10/09/2021) {WW}

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2021.09.26 05:58 twizzie22 Bella says that’s enough computer today

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2021.09.26 05:58 regular_asian_guy Would my old green presto card still work after 2 years?

As the title says. I see that there's a new black presto card available... I haven't used my old green one in 2ish years due to the pandemic, would it still work as long it has a balance in it?
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2021.09.26 05:58 Emerson21_ Dr.Wheeler from Chicago med in a episode in chicago fire

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2021.09.26 05:58 guptrohan Woke up this morning and started my day with these two. Love these little surprises PG keeps giving.

Woke up this morning and started my day with these two. Love these little surprises PG keeps giving. submitted by guptrohan to pokemongo [link] [comments]

2021.09.26 05:58 torenmcborenmacbin Feedback? post-apocalyptic character names used to illustrate rules in rulebook

So in my Ruin Nation RPG rulebook I have a number of named PCs that I use in example text to illustrate how rules work.
I'm trying to pare down the list to the best names. They should be evocative, suitable for the post-apocalypse setting, and either short or easily shortened (because I don't want to have a name like Wolfeschlegelsteinhausenbergerdorff interfering with the flow and taking up space). Need a good mix of male and female.
Here's my list, tell me which ones you hate:
Slasha Woof the Man-Dog (based on the character in my promo video) Ozzy Ostrich (promo video) Mad Maxine (promo video) It the Incomprehensible Meatsuit Mary Too Many Mouths Schlaaag the Undefeated Cy-Bjork Hashtag Hamburger Lord Edgelord
Also open to new suggestions, if you don't mind me using your ideas in the book!
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2021.09.26 05:58 justhereforstoriesha I wish I could watch the spectacular spider-man somewhere

Is there anywhere I can actually watch it, I'm fine with pirating btw
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2021.09.26 05:58 cummonsterblk 2005 TSX A-SPEC concept body kit?

I'm trying to give my tsx a new look I was wondering if there are any places I can get a body kit that looks similar to the 05' A-SPEC concept.
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2021.09.26 05:58 TheRealVaultCrawler H: AA FFR 250 Fixer W: Q FFR Fixer (preferred 3rd roll is 15R, but will consider other offers)

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2021.09.26 05:58 Moviecartographer The Uninvited (1944)

MAP: 79.33/100
Criterion Collection, Spine #677 / IMDb / Wikipedia?wprov=sfti1) / 500moviesorbust
From Criterion: A pair of siblings from London (Ray Milland and Ruth Hussey) purchase a surprisingly affordable, lonely cliff-top house in Cornwall, only to discover that it actually carries a ghostly price—and soon they’re caught up in a bizarre romantic triangle from beyond the grave. Rich in atmosphere, The Uninvited, directed by Lewis Allen, was groundbreaking for the seriousness with which it treated the haunted-house genre, and it remains an elegant and eerie experience, featuring a classic score by Victor Young. A tragic family past, a mysteriously locked room, cold chills, bumps in the night—this gothic Hollywood classic has it all.
Listen, I know there are people with significantly larger collections than my own but at some point you get enough on the shelf that you just sort of… lose movies. You know ((shrug)) it’s not lost lost - it’s carefully cataloged, thoughtfully filed, the whole shabango
((Just so you all know, Mrs. Lady Zedd just informed me that the term is actually “shebang” and I didn’t believe her and proved it by repeatedly saying “the whole shebango”… I guess I thought upon hearing it said so confidently presented she’d be won over. She was not. Google was engaged.))
Like I was saying, it’s carefully cataloged, thoughtfully filed, the whole shabang… OH boy, I take great care of my movies. And yet, they get lost in the mix. I’m sure I’m not the only cinephile to be rummaging through their shelves and spot a movie they don’t remember buying. When I reset the shelves recently, Mrs. Lady Zedd and I hand dusted every film before replacing them on the shelf and a couple films were complete strangers. This is one of those films.
A quick check of the Movie Collection Catalog (MCC) proved it had been brought into the system but not watched since the new MCC was pressed into service in December 2018. Like the movie, this ghost movie had a deep mystery at it’s center. A quick check of my order history shows it was bought in late October 2017 but nobody here remembered buying it… spooky.
Speaking of spooky - The Uninvited gets downright creepy in parts. I’m going to admit, most horror films from the early Hollywood era may generate a sinister atmosphere or get in a jump scare here or there but actually scary… not on your life. I love the classic horror films, grew up with them on TV each October, but I was never terribly terrified.
Here, a brother and sister buy an old creepy mansion on a cliff overlooking the ocean for a bargain price of just £1,200… I know what you’re thinking - single brothers and sisters buy houses together all the time right? They are warned by the owner, the stuffy Commander Beech, that there are rumors surrounding the property but the completely rational Roderick Fitzgerald (Ray Milland) blows them off - nothing more than silly local superstitions.
I think his character’s cool, reasoned mind played a huge role in ramping up the “creep out meter” on the film. While other horror films of this vintage play up the mythology of the creatures they’re presenting, Director Lewis Allen gives us a very rational character who initially finds the scary shenanigans quaint at best and is consistently suggesting very grounded explanations for there occurrences. Wind howling in caves, fog playing tricks on the eyes, over-active imaginations.
As time goes on, Roderick slowly runs out of explanations and believes his house is haunted, and we begin to believe right along with him. When we finally lay eyes on an apparition, I have to say, I felt the hairs on my neck begin to stand up. The special effects were actually quite effective and I found myself getting caught up in the moment.
It’s a pretty good film but it’s not without its blemishes. While I enjoyed its initial light, somewhat comedic appeal in the beginning, when the story began to unfold I found myself getting confused. There are a lot of unseen (i.e. dead) characters and without faces to go with names, I got a little lost at times. It all gets pretty heavy… and so did my eyelids. I suppose it didn’t help that I watched the film at dinnertime but the pacing is slow and I found myself mired in the long slow blinks. If the movie was a half hour longer, I may have fallen asleep. When we finally unravelled the last mystery and the credits rolled, we both thought it a good movie, a bit convoluted perhaps, but certainly entertaining.
So, that mystery solved - what about mine? Who bought the film and how’d it find its way onto the shelf unwatched? Well, as careful as I am, occasionally a film misses the “new - to be watched” shelf down here in the living room. I’m betting the movie was purchased with several others, likely during a sale. When this happens, I put the new films next to my chair and input them into the MCC in bulk. I then “pop the plastic” (remove the clear plastic wrapper), check the box and disc for damage, and finally apply my green sticker. Once in a great while, I make a mistake and a new film finds its way into the file-back pile. I’m totally guessing here, but I probably got distracted at a critical moment and - bloop - an unwatched movie goes up and finds it way onto the shelf. Hey, it happens, right? We put the movie on now and that’s what matters.
Side note: Ray Milland’s character finds himself falling for the stuffy Commander Beech’s 20-year old granddaughter, Stella (played by the sad eyed Gail Russell) and even writes a song for her in the movie. The actual music was composed by Victor Young and its theme was used throughout the movie’s score. Later, the music was handed to lyricist Ned Washington and the song was released and became quite a popular jazz standard, being recorded and re-recorded a number of times by the likes of Harry James, Frank Sinatra, and Miles Davis. I found Stella by Starlight, Ella Fitzgerald - it’s a great way to get your Music On.
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2021.09.26 05:58 Vailhem Uranium: what the explosion in prices means for the nuclear industry

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2021.09.26 05:58 ShailaWaheed In Mood Just,,,, want some Noodle

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