Baton Rouge Police Officer Chokes A Thirteen-Year-Old Boy That Was Playing BasketBall In A Case Of Mistaken Identity While Ignoring The Desperate Pleas From His Family

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2021.12.05 11:57 karmagheden Baton Rouge Police Officer Chokes A Thirteen-Year-Old Boy That Was Playing BasketBall In A Case Of Mistaken Identity While Ignoring The Desperate Pleas From His Family

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2021.12.05 11:57 jesuiscaramel Gamepad Mount for iPad Pro 12

I saw a video from unboxtherapy where he used an older sony ps4 joystick tablet holder for iPad mini. I can’t find it in stock, but was wondering if there is something similar where the tablet sits on the mount and i hold it along with the gamepad for a more comfortable couch experience. So far I have a table mount bracket that holds the tablet in place but i have to move it around as i change position. While having it attached to the controller it’s always sits in front of where you are looking
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2021.12.05 11:57 BirdsAndBears151 Reshiram 3652 8362 8666

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2021.12.05 11:57 Zuckerfrei_ I made a montage about my Late-Wipe Raids, what do you think?

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2021.12.05 11:57 So_Help_Me_OwO Damn

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2021.12.05 11:57 RedEagle_MGN Is the blockchain Metaverse too salesy for mass adoption?

The other day I fired up The Sandbox with excitement about its potential. As someone leading the game development team, I always like to spy on similar projects.
Right away when playing I was accosted by an NPC asking me to buy an alpha pass to Sandbox for $1000 plus.
I decided to ignore him and carry on, and I realized the entire spawn was a market for NFTs.
I started a gaming clan 8 years ago with the objective of studying the Metaverse. I've had the privilege of really being embedded in the gaming community, and I've discovered a few things.

  1. Gamers hate to pay for a game more than once
    1. -- If you're going to charge for the game itself, you better make the rest of it free
    2. -- If the game is free then you can add microtransactions provided you're not too pushy about it
  2. Gamers hate to be sold
    1. -- Gamers play games to escape from real life, being accosted for money on a regular basis totally takes them out of the relaxing experience they came for.
I genuinely believe that the Metaverse will arise out of a gaming world because games have an incredible power to break the ice between people. Unfortunately, many of the attempts at the Metaverse I see today lack a reason to stay or will drive gamers away by being too salesy.

So my question to you is, is blockchain really the “game changer” for the Metaverse, or is something else necessary?

If you enjoy talking about these topics, I am running a Metaverse discussion event in Discord in 3 hours: https://discord.gg/2sVsZ6NC6B
https://discord.gg/WjrgmeCy?event=915301063094059028 << Event link.
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2021.12.05 11:57 corniergangrene Sick of the senseless violence, insecurity

Hey guys. So long story short, I was raised in a Muslim family and for a long time, I used to practice the religion i.e. praying 5 times, fasting, visiting Mecca etc
However, since the past 5 years, I've just lost interest in the religion. I don't feel at peace with it, considering how many from the religion think of 9/11 as an inside job (as an American that is repulsive to me), how many treat minorities worse than sh*t in their own countries and funnily complain about Islamophobia, how many have engaged in terrorism and refuse to root out extremism in their own countries
The thing that upsets me the most is the insecurity and tendency to violence if you dare question the religion. As you know, many Muslims in Indonesia, Pakistan become animalistic beasts who rampage, beat & murder individuals on unproven allegations of blasphemy and my heart breaks for them and their families (remember Asia Bibi and the Sri Lankan recently murdered?)
My own father has admitted he would kill someone if they'd dare insult Islam. WTF? Essentially if I left the religion, my own family would hurt me? What religion does that?
Don't get me wrong. I think religion, in moderation, is good but such overzealousness will push people like me into soul-searching. I prefer to be free, in making my own decision on what religion to follow
Thanks for reading my long post. I just needed to get this out
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2021.12.05 11:57 snekhuman_ If wars were fought with remote controlled robots, soldiers would have fun

We have fun playing with airsoft, we have fun with video games, if there was no risk of dying, war would be a blast
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2021.12.05 11:57 llunco Raid zekrom on me 8120 1967 8711

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2021.12.05 11:57 bravo_sierra_foxtrot Hi

Thought I’d spam post some stuff that’s been seen and not seen before. Enjoy.
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2021.12.05 11:57 ZeuxisOfHerakleia Forcing strangers to be apart of your tiktok video

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2021.12.05 11:57 7777777King7777777 X400

Do you believe that we can experience a x400 in the future?
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2021.12.05 11:57 CNickyD The “other” sub

What’s the deal with MAFS_TV? They seem so nice over there, it’s kinda weird. They have exactly ONE thread about The Cheating Scandal! What is their purpose??
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2021.12.05 11:57 PoopDig The Coca-Cola Plant

I just feel people should know about these kind of things. I feel so bad for the people that work in Production and some management that work there. A couple years ago they threatened to unionize but ended up accepting a 14 days on, 1 day off schedule. No fucking joke. That's what they work and it's disgusting. Lots of people on 1st shift joined that company decades ago when it was a great place to work and you had to know somebody to get a job there. Now they are old and stuck bc they make too much money to start over somewhere else and their skills pertain to the machines they run. Now they are in their 50s and 60s and working their entire lives away.
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2021.12.05 11:57 RLredditaccount Spin the wheel to find out which asset ALL of your crypto is going to be converted into. Are you holding or selling?

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2021.12.05 11:57 Shaarazad [Analog] Untitled, made today

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2021.12.05 11:57 nikoladsp PostMan proxy in VPN

Hi,
I am debugging web app (including back-end) and try to find bottlenecks. I wanted to use PostMan to record requests so I can analyze/repeat them, but target system is accessible only when I connect with VPN (its a VM in corporate network). I kept getting connection failed after some time when set proxy to localhost/5555 (tried also local address and 127.0.01). Timeout in PostMan is set to 0. I can use some other tools, like mitmproxy with no issues.
Any thoughts?
Thank you and bet regards
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2021.12.05 11:57 smewthies Contact your state legislators, local papers, board of pharmacy!

I have a previous thread where I mentioned I have a meeting coming up with a state level senator regarding abysmal pharmacy conditions. Since then I have sent emails to the Board of Pharmacy and the local paper. I'm encouraging everyone I know to do the same. If they're getting multiple reports maybe we can get enough public support and enact some change. I feel like maybe we're very insulated, and good at bitching to each other but we need to bitch outward so the general public knows what we're going through. Please sound the alarms and encourage others to do so as well! This is truly the time for change. And also, where have the union organizers been this whole pandemic? The entire US could have been easily unionized by now.
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2021.12.05 11:57 _Paideia_ Request for Good Encyclopedic works of computer science

I attempt to find a few general encyclopedic works on computer science such that looking up relevant terminologies is easily available ready to hand. I'm not familiar with the whole picture of computer science so I can't describe precisely the delicate character of what is a good encyclopedic reference to computer science. But I could list some extremely distinctive and appropriate(at least for my part) encyclopedic works on mathematics so as to provide a comparable template as suggetions for indicating that what type of general encyclopedic works on computer science are what I really desire. Any suggetions are really appreciated.
Some famous and useful Encyclopedias of Mathematics:
1. Encyclopedia of Mathematics Encyclopedia of Mathematics(EOM for short), published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in 2002, maintained by Michiel Hazewinkel. The encyclopedia has been translated from the Soviet Математическая энциклопедия (Matematicheskaya entsiklopediya) (1977, Moscou, Sov. Entsiklopediya) originally edited by Ivan Matveevich Vinogradov. References listed in many articles seem heavily weighted in favour of Russian mathematicians, reflecting the works Russian origins. You can really consider EOM as professional, comprehensive and up-to-date reference or manual of Mathematics because at present EOM possesses its own online wiki. It's open access and you can look up through the following link: EOM, which is maintained by Springer, in cooperation with the European Mathematical Society. EOM is currently the most comprehensive, professional and up-to-date ONLINE mathematics reference work.
2. Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences(EOMS for short), published by Springer-Verlag. The series started as a joint effort with the Soviet publisher VINITI, and it then became the famous and high-quality mathematical Encyclopaedia, which presented a series of surveys in contemporary mathematics written by/with the cooperation of the foremost specialists worldwide. For example, one could have a look at this very good survey volume Basic Notions of Algebra(really appropriate for everyone to get a bird's eye view of the totality of modern algebra) written by a master Igor R. Shafarevich. The articles contained in volumes of EOMS report on a variety of topics in terms of the major concepts and results, without giving details of proofs. So if you find the explanations of some topic in EOM are not so deep and detailed you could try to consult EOMS alternatively.
3. 岩波数学辞典 岩波数学辞典(Iwanami Sūgaku Ziten, ISZ for short), published by 岩波書店(Iwanami Shoten). The 2nd and 3rd Japanese original edition had been translated into English volumes with title Encyclopedic Dictionary of Mathematics(EDM for short; Note: EDM_1=ISZ_2, EDM_2=ISZ_3). The latest Japanese revised version is the 4th edition(i.e., ISZ_4) and it has no other language translations so far.
First of all, it's well worthy of going through the following paragraphs extracted from the prefaces of ISZ_1 and ISZ_2 written by S.Iyanaga:

``One of the characteristics of 20th-century mathematics is the conscious utilization of the axiomatic method and of general concepts such as sets and mappings, which serve as foundations of different theories. Indeed, mathematics is being reorganized on the basis of topology and algebra. One such example of reorganization is found in `Bourbaki's Eléments de mathématique`; ...This encyclopedia, with its limited size, cannot contain proofs for theorems. However, we intend to present a lucid view of the totality of mathematics, including its historical background and future possibilities. Each article of this encyclopedia is of `medium length` sufficiently short to permit the reader to find exact definitions of notions, and sufficiently long to contain explanations clarifying how important concepts in the same field are related to each other.''
``It's an encyclopedic dictionary with articles of medium length aimed at presenting the whole of mathematics in a lucid system, giving exact definitions of important terms in both pure and applied mathematics, and describing the present state of research in each field, together with historical background and some perspectives for the future.''
The above citations might be distilled into two crucial points:
Compared to the ISZ_3, the ISZ_4 edition adds more than 140 new entries, and many of the older entries have been either completely deleted or substantially revised. The number of entries has increased from 450 in the ISZ_3 to 515 in the ISZ_4. The new added entries are mainly related to the modern and mainstream concepts, the prominent and extraordinary achievements obtained in the second half of the twentieth century. ISZ_4 is as complete and comprehensive a magnum opus as one could wish for. It's succinctly but thoroughly covers all areas of mathematics, from the basics to the most advanced, for instance, the latest results such as Fermat's theorem and Poincaré conjecture, as well as an ever-expanding range of applications in recent years.
Within its 2000-plus pages(2016 pages in the 4th Japanese edition, 2007) are elegant explanations of Riemann surfaces, Fourier series, Hodge theory, l-adic cohomology, and so forth. What's more, many of entries start at elementary level, builds into intermediate level and culminates with advance level. Each entry is accompanied by a list of the most recent references. In addition to the 515 entries, a detailed index serves as a collection of technical terms. So it's very convenient to look up terminologies occurring in your specific textbook in hand, which seems somewhat like you making use of a word dictionary such as the OED. You could thus get a lot of pleasure out of reading those well written entries, many of which are treated in depth, and require solid mathematical background and great maturity on self-study. The ISZ_4 as an excellent reference will definitely meet the expectations of those people who are specialist or common researchers working at the doctoral level, as well as readers who are involved in mathematics in some way.
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2021.12.05 11:57 someLgbtGirl while cats already sucks, cat lovers are the worst

they let their cat beat up anyone and when someone complains about it, they have the excuse “its just a cat! stop being mean!” how about stop letting your cat be the alpha and stop worshiping it.
they complain when a dog person lets their dog kill another animal but congrats their cat for killing a innocent bird, oh the hypocrisy
they say cats are cleaner pets when they can spread a fatal disease by a small scratch, ya call that clean?

now cats suck, but the cat lovers are the worst
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2021.12.05 11:57 Smamorti7 Er 999: you're offline

So I get this error on my android phone and smart tv app, but f1 tv works fine on my laptop (all connected to the same wifi network). Any guesses as to how I can fix this?
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2021.12.05 11:57 milke57 x5 missions from the advent offers

Are those available for all tanks or only for the tank that it comes with?
I might buy them today since I already got elc but don't want to get missions available only with it.
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2021.12.05 11:57 mediamusing "Tethers" by Jack Croxall is free on Amazon until Friday. Please help yourself! (In the wake of a cold Victorian winter, Karl and Esther discover an anonymous journal filled with strange passages and bizarre scribblings.)

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2021.12.05 11:57 RedEagle_MGN Is the blockchain Metaverse too salesy for mass adoption?

The other day I fired up The Sandbox with excitement about its potential. As someone leading the game development team, I always like to spy on similar projects.
Right away when playing I was accosted by an NPC asking me to buy an alpha pass to Sandbox for $1000 plus.
I decided to ignore him and carry on, and I realized the entire spawn was a market for NFTs.
I started a gaming clan 8 years ago with the objective of studying the Metaverse. I've had the privilege of really being embedded in the gaming community, and I've discovered a few things.

  1. Gamers hate to pay for a game more than once
    1. -- If you're going to charge for the game itself, you better make the rest of it free
    2. -- If the game is free then you can add microtransactions provided you're not too pushy about it
  2. Gamers hate to be sold
    1. -- Gamers play games to escape from real life, being accosted for money on a regular basis totally takes them out of the relaxing experience they came for.
I genuinely believe that the Metaverse will arise out of a gaming world because games have an incredible power to break the ice between people. Unfortunately, many of the attempts at the Metaverse I see today lack a reason to stay or will drive gamers away by being too salesy.

So my question to you is, is blockchain really the “game changer” for the Metaverse, or is something else necessary?

If you enjoy talking about these topics, I am running a Metaverse discussion event in Discord in 3 hours: https://discord.gg/2sVsZ6NC6B
https://discord.gg/WjrgmeCy?event=915301063094059028 << Event link.
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2021.12.05 11:57 BigLad1230 W3 Schools

I want to teach myself HTML and I already know some of the basics. Is W3 Schools a good site to learn from?
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