I am a young, illegally smol kitten who wishes for my human to understand their place. I have already meowed at them explaining I am in charge. Are there any other legal requirements I need to forfill to claim the human as my servant? If I do claim them do I get all their stuff, like their home?

2021.10.27 15:25 Clockwork-Robot I am a young, illegally smol kitten who wishes for my human to understand their place. I have already meowed at them explaining I am in charge. Are there any other legal requirements I need to forfill to claim the human as my servant? If I do claim them do I get all their stuff, like their home?

I am a young, illegally smol kitten who wishes for my human to understand their place. I have already meowed at them explaining I am in charge. Are there any other legal requirements I need to forfill to claim the human as my servant? If I do claim them do I get all their stuff, like their home? submitted by Clockwork-Robot to legalcatadvice [link] [comments]


2021.10.27 15:25 labinnacotua Why not all stalkers are insane

The definition of insane is severely mentally ill and you can stalk someone without being mentally ill
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2021.10.27 15:25 chissek Criminal Charges Could Be Coming In Alec Baldwin Shooting Incident

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2021.10.27 15:25 MrMorsley Just had a middle-aged frumpy hippy complain about a sandwich I made. Apparently I should have 'smashed' the avocado instead of slicing it. How about I smash the sandwich into your face you old cunt?! Oh and get a bra for your pendulous breasts. Disgusting.

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2021.10.27 15:25 smitcolin TIL: Scientists have found a way to harden wood to make a knife that rivals steel

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2021.10.27 15:25 22upalanbosluk Gizli şifreyi bulana sürprizlerim var

World War II is generally considered to have begun on 1 September 1939, when Nazi Germany, under Adolf Hitler, invaded Poland. The United Kingdom and France subsequently declared war on Germany on 3 September. Under the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact of August 1939, Germany and the Soviet Union had partitioned Poland and marked out their "spheres of influence" across Finland, Romania and the Baltic states. From late 1939 to early 1941, in a series of campaigns and treaties, Germany conquered or controlled much of continental Europe, and formed the Axis alliance with Italy and Japan (along with other countries later on). Following the onset of campaigns in North Africa and East Africa, and the fall of France in mid-1940, the war continued primarily between the European Axis powers and the British Empire, with war in the Balkans, the aerial Battle of Britain, the Blitz of the UK, and the Battle of the Atlantic. On 22 June 1941, Germany led the European Axis powers in an invasion of the Soviet Union, opening the Eastern Front, the largest land theatre of war in history and trapping the Axis powers, crucially the German Wehrmacht, in a war of attrition.
Japan, which aimed to dominate Asia and the Pacific, was at war with the Republic of China by 1937. In December 1941, Japan attacked American and British territories with near-simultaneous offensives against Southeast Asia and the Central Pacific, including an attack on the US fleet at Pearl Harbor which forced the US to declare war against Japan; the European Axis powers declared war on the US in solidarity. Japan soon captured much of the western Pacific, but its advances were halted in 1942 after losing the critical Battle of Midway; later, Germany and Italy were defeated in North Africa and at Stalingrad in the Soviet Union. Key setbacks in 1943—including a series of German defeats on the Eastern Front, the Allied invasions of Sicily and the Italian mainland, and Allied offensives in the Pacific—cost the Axis powers their initiative and forced it into strategic retreat on all fronts. In 1944, the Western Allies invaded German-occupied France, while the Soviet Union regained its territorial losses and turned towards Germany and its allies. During 1944 and 1945, Japan suffered reversals in mainland Asia, while the Allies crippled the Japanese Navy and captured key western Pacific islands. The war in Europe concluded with the liberation of German-occupied territories, and the invasion of Germany by the Western Allies and the Soviet Union, culminating in the fall of Berlin to Soviet troops, Hitler's suicide and the German unconditional surrender on 8 May 1945. Following the Potsdam Declaration by the Allies on 26 July 1945 and the refusal of Japan to surrender on its terms, the United States dropped the first atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima, on 6 August, and Nagasaki, on 9 August. Faced with an imminent invasion of the Japanese archipelago, the possibility of additional atomic bombings, and the Soviet entry into the war against Japan and its invasion of Manchuria, Japan announced its intention to surrender on 15 August, then signed the surrender document on 2 September 1945, cementing total victory in Asia for the Allies.World War II changed the political alignment and social structure of the globe. The United Nations (UN) was established to foster international co-operation and prevent future conflicts, and the victorious great powers—China, France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and the United States—became the permanent members of its Security Council. The Soviet Union and the United States emerged as rival superpowers, setting the stage for the nearly half-century-long Cold War. In the wake of European devastation, the influence of its great powers waned, triggering the decolonisation of Africa and Asia. Most countries whose industries had been damaged moved towards economic recovery and expansion. Political integration, especially in Europe, began as an effort to forestall future hostilities, end pre-war enmities and forge a sense of common identity.
Start and end dates See also: Timeline of World War II It is generally considered that in Europe World War II started on 1 September 1939,[1][2] beginning with the German invasion of Poland and the United Kingdom and France's declaration of war on Germany two days later. The dates for the beginning of the war in the Pacific include the start of the Second Sino-Japanese War on 7 July 1937,[3][4] or the earlier Japanese invasion of Manchuria, on 19 September 1931.[5][6][7] Others follow the British historian A. J. P. Taylor, who held that the Sino-Japanese War and war in Europe and its colonies occurred simultaneously, and the two wars became World War II in 1941. Other starting dates sometimes used for World War II include the Italian invasion of Abyssinia on 3 October 1935.[8] The British historian Antony Beevor views the beginning of World War II as the Battles of Khalkhin Gol fought between Japan and the forces of Mongolia and the Soviet Union from May to September 1939.[9] Others view the Spanish Civil War as the start or prelude to World War II.[10][11]
The exact date of the war's end is also not universally agreed upon. It was generally accepted at the time that the war ended with the armistice of 14 August 1945 (V-J Day), rather than with the formal surrender of Japan on 2 September 1945, which officially ended the war in Asia. A peace treaty between Japan and the Allies was signed in 1951.[12] A 1990 treaty regarding Germany's future allowed the reunification of East and West Germany to take place and resolved most post-World War II issues.[13] No formal peace treaty between Japan and the Soviet Union was ever signed,[14] although the state of war between the two countries was terminated by the Soviet–Japanese Joint Declaration of 1956, which also restored full diplomatic relations between themTo prevent a future world war, the League of Nations was created during the 1919 Paris Peace Conference. The organisation's primary goals were to prevent armed conflict through collective security, military and naval disarmament, and settling international disputes through peaceful negotiations and arbitration.
Despite strong pacifist sentiment after World War I,[16] irredentist and revanchist nationalism emerged in several European states in the same period. These sentiments were especially marked in Germany because of the significant territorial, colonial, and financial losses imposed by the Treaty of Versailles. Under the treaty, Germany lost around 13 percent of its home territory and all its overseas possessions, while German annexation of other states was prohibited, reparations were imposed, and limits were placed on the size and capability of the country's armed forces.[17]
The German Empire was dissolved in the German Revolution of 1918–1919, and a democratic government, later known as the Weimar Republic, was created. The interwar period saw strife between supporters of the new republic and hardline opponents on both the right and left. Italy, as an Entente ally, had made some post-war territorial gains; however, Italian nationalists were angered that the promises made by the United Kingdom and France to secure Italian entrance into the war were not fulfilled in the peace settlement. From 1922 to 1925, the Fascist movement led by Benito Mussolini seized power in Italy with a nationalist, totalitarian, and class collaborationist agenda that abolished representative democracy, repressed socialist, left-wing and liberal forces, and pursued an aggressive expansionist foreign policy aimed at making Italy a world power, and promising the creation of a "New Roman Empire".Adolf Hitler, after an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow the German government in 1923, eventually became the Chancellor of Germany in 1933 when Paul Von Hindenburg and the Reichstag appointed him. He abolished democracy, espousing a radical, racially motivated revision of the world order, and soon began a massive rearmament campaign.[19] Meanwhile, France, to secure its alliance, allowed Italy a free hand in Ethiopia, which Italy desired as a colonial possession. The situation was aggravated in early 1935 when the Territory of the Saar Basin was legally reunited with Germany, and Hitler repudiated the Treaty of Versailles, accelerated his rearmament programme, and introduced conscription.[20]
The United Kingdom, France and Italy formed the Stresa Front in April 1935 in order to contain Germany, a key step towards military globalisation; however, that June, the United Kingdom made an independent naval agreement with Germany, easing prior restrictions. The Soviet Union, concerned by Germany's goals of capturing vast areas of Eastern Europe, drafted a treaty of mutual assistance with France. Before taking effect, though, the Franco-Soviet pact was required to go through the bureaucracy of the League of Nations, which rendered it essentially toothless.[21] The United States, concerned with events in Europe and Asia, passed the Neutrality Act in August of the same year.[22]
Hitler defied the Versailles and Locarno treaties by remilitarising the Rhineland in March 1936, encountering little opposition due to the policy of appeasement.[23] In October 1936, Germany and Italy formed the Rome–Berlin Axis. A month later, Germany and Japan signed the Anti-Comintern Pact, which Italy joined the following year.[24]
Asia The Kuomintang (KMT) party in China launched a unification campaign against regional warlords and nominally unified China in the mid-1920s, but was soon embroiled in a civil war against its former Chinese Communist Party allies[25] and new regional warlords. In 1931, an increasingly militaristic Empire of Japan, which had long sought influence in China[26] as the first step of what its government saw as the country's right to rule Asia, staged the Mukden Incident as a pretext to invade Manchuria and establish the puppet state of Manchukuo.[27]The Second Italo-Ethiopian War was a brief colonial war that began in October 1935 and ended in May 1936. The war began with the invasion of the Ethiopian Empire (also known as Abyssinia) by the armed forces of the Kingdom of Italy (Regno d'Italia), which was launched from Italian Somaliland and Eritrea.[30] The war resulted in the military occupation of Ethiopia and its annexation into the newly created colony of Italian East Africa (Africa Orientale Italiana, or AOI); in addition it exposed the weakness of the League of Nations as a force to preserve peace. Both Italy and Ethiopia were member nations, but the League did little when the former clearly violated Article X of the League's Covenant.[31] The United Kingdom and France supported imposing sanctions on Italy for the invasion, but the sanctions were not fully enforced and failed to end the Italian invasion.[32] Italy subsequently dropped its objections to Germany's goal of absorbing Austria.[33]Greatly alarmed and with Hitler making further demands on the Free City of Danzig, the United Kingdom and France guaranteed their support for Polish independence; when Italy conquered Albania in April 1939, the same guarantee was extended to the Kingdoms of Romania and Greece.[55] Shortly after the Franco-British pledge to Poland, Germany and Italy formalised their own alliance with the Pact of Steel.[56] Hitler accused the United Kingdom and Poland of trying to "encircle" Germany and renounced the Anglo-German Naval Agreement and the German–Polish Non-Aggression Pact.[57]
The situation reached a general crisis in late August as German troops continued to mobilise against the Polish border. On 23 August, when tripartite negotiations about a military alliance between France, the United Kingdom and Soviet Union stalled,[58] the Soviet Union signed a non-aggression pact with Germany.[59] This pact had a secret protocol that defined German and Soviet "spheres of influence" (western Poland and Lithuania for Germany; eastern Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Bessarabia for the Soviet Union), and raised the question of continuing Polish independence.[60] The pact neutralised the possibility of Soviet opposition to a campaign against Poland and assured that Germany would not have to face the prospect of a two-front war, as it had in World War I. Immediately after that, Hitler ordered the attack to proceed on 26 August, but upon hearing that the United Kingdom had concluded a formal mutual assistance pact with Poland and that Italy would maintain neutrality, he decided to delay it.
In response to British requests for direct negotiations to avoid war, Germany made demands on Poland, which only served as a pretext to worsen relations.[62] On 29 August, Hitler demanded that a Polish plenipotentiary immediately travel to Berlin to negotiate the handover of Danzig, and to allow a plebiscite in the Polish Corridor in which the German minority would vote on secession.[62] The Poles refused to comply with the German demands, and on the night of 30–31 August in a stormy meeting with the British ambassador Nevile Henderson, Ribbentrop declared that Germany considered its claims rejected.[63]Greatly alarmed and with Hitler making further demands on the Free City of Danzig, the United Kingdom and France guaranteed their support for Polish independence; when Italy conquered Albania in April 1939, the same guarantee was extended to the Kingdoms of Romania and Greece.[55] Shortly after the Franco-British pledge to Poland, Germany and Italy formalised their own alliance with the Pact of Steel.[56] Hitler accused the United Kingdom and Poland of trying to "encircle" Germany and renounced the Anglo-German Naval Agreement and the German–Polish Non-Aggression Pact.
The situation reached a general crisis in late August as German troops continued to mobilise against the Polish border. On 23 August, when tripartite negotiations about a military alliance between şifre 2772 the United Kingdom and Soviet Union stalled,[58] the Soviet Union signed a non-aggression pact with Germany.[59] This pact had a secret protocol that defined German and Soviet "spheres of influence" ( western Poland and Lithuania for Germany; eastern Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Bessarabia for the Soviet Union), and raised the question of continuing Polish independence.[60] The pact neutralised the possibility of Soviet opposition to a campaign against Poland and assured that Germany would not have to face the prospect of a two-front war, as it had in World War I. Immediately after that, Hitler ordered the attack to proceed on 26 August, but upon hearing that the United Kingdom had concluded a formal mutual assistance pact with Poland and that Italy would maintain neutrality, he decided to delay it.
In response to British requests for direct negotiations to avoid war, Germany made demands on Poland, which only served as a pretext to worsen relations.[62] On 29 August, Hitler demanded that a Polish plenipotentiary immediately travel to Berlin to negotiate the handover of Danzig, and to allow a plebiscite in the Polish Corridor in which the German minority would vote on secession.[62] The Poles refused to comply with the German demands, and on the night of 30–31 August in a stormy meeting with the British ambassador Nevile Henderson, Ribbentrop declared that Germany considered its claims rejected.[63]Greatly alarmed and with Hitler making further demands on the Free City of Danzig, the United Kingdom and France guaranteed their support for Polish independence; when Italy conquered Albania in April 1939, the same guarantee was extended to the Kingdoms of Romania and Greece.[55] Shortly after the Franco-British pledge to Poland, Germany and Italy formalised their own alliance with the Pact of Steel.[56] Hitler accused the United Kingdom and Poland of trying to "encircle" Germany and renounced the Anglo-German Naval Agreement and the German–Polish Non-Aggression Pact.
The situation reached a general crisis in late August as German troops continued to mobilise against the Polish border. On 23 August, when tripartite negotiations about a military alliance between France, the United Kingdom and Soviet Union stalled,[58] the Soviet Union signed a non-aggression pact with Germany.[59] This pact had a secret protocol that defined German and Soviet "spheres of influence" (western Poland and Lithuania for Germany; eastern Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Bessarabia for the Soviet Union), and raised the question of continuing Polish independence.[60] The pact neutralised the possibility of Soviet opposition to a campaign against Poland and assured that Germany would not have to face the prospect of a two-front war, as it had in World War I. Immediately after that, Hitler ordered the attack to proceed on 26 August, but upon hearing that the United Kingdom had concluded a formal mutual assistance pact with Poland and that Italy would maintain neutrality, he decided to delay it.
In response to British requests for direct negotiations to avoid war, Germany made demands on Poland, which only served as a pretext to worsen relations.[62] On 29 August, Hitler demanded that a Polish plenipotentiary immediately travel to Berlin to negotiate the handover of Danzig, and to allow a plebiscite in the Polish Corridor in which the German minority would vote on secession.[62] The Poles refused to comply with the German demands, and on the night of 30–31 August in a stormy meeting with the British ambassador Nevile Henderson, Ribbentrop declared that Germany considered its claims rejected.[63]Greatly alarmed and with Hitler making further demands on the Free City of Danzig, the United Kingdom and France guaranteed their support for Polish independence; when Italy conquered Albania in April 1939, the same guarantee was extended to the Kingdoms of Romania and Greece.[55] Shortly after the Franco-British pledge to Poland, Germany and Italy formalised their own alliance with the Pact of Steel.[56] Hitler accused the United Kingdom and Poland of trying to "encircle" Germany and renounced the Anglo-German Naval Agreement and the German–Polish Non-Aggression Pact.
The situation reached a general crisis in late August as German troops continued to mobilise against the Polish border. On 23 August, when tripartite negotiations about a military alliance between France, the United Kingdom and Soviet Union stalled,[58] the Soviet Union signed a non-aggression pact with Germany.[59] This pact had a secret protocol that defined German and Soviet "spheres of influence" (western Poland and Lithuania for Germany; eastern Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Bessarabia for the Soviet Union), and raised the question of continuing Polish independence.[60] The pact neutralised the possibility of Soviet opposition to a campaign against Poland and assured that Germany would not have to face the prospect of a two-front war, as it had in World War I. Immediately after that, Hitler ordered the attack to proceed on 26 August, but upon hearing that the United Kingdom had concluded a formal mutual assistance pact with Poland and that Italy would maintain neutrality, he decided to delay it.
In response to British requests for direct negotiations to avoid war, Germany made demands on Poland, which only served as a pretext to worsen relations.[62] On 29 August, Hitler demanded that a Polish plenipotentiary immediately travel to Berlin to negotiate the handover of Danzig, and to allow a plebiscite in the Polish Corridor in which the German minority would vote on secession.[62] The Poles refused to comply with the German demands, and on the night of 30–31 August in a stormy meeting with the British ambassador Nevile Henderson, Ribbentrop declared that Germany considered its claims rejected.
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2021.10.27 15:25 chissek Old Tweet from Hillary Clinton Resurfaces, And It Reminds Everyone Why She Wasn’t Elected

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2021.10.27 15:25 snownny Colonoscopy hurts like fuck

I did it for the third time.
First two times were without anesthesia or any painkillers, and I was very painful.
This one I decided to do with anesthesia. I saw three people before me doing it with anesthesia and they all came out pretty calm. So I thought my in this time, everything would be ok. I was wrong.
Immediately after the anesthesia worn off and I opened my eyes, I was in pain. Cramps were so intensive, with periodic contractions, I feel like a woman giving birth. Squirming, I dressed up, swallowed a buscopan pill and went to the toilet. Because I couldn't fart, cramps lasted for another long 5 minutes before I asked them to give me a no-spa injection and, god bless you doctors, they agreed. After the injection, I tottered to the toilet and managed to do some farts which relieved the pain a bit. Back and forth to the toilet, bloating reduced to bearable level.
Doctors said my intestine was fine except for I have twisted elongated sigmoid colon, where probably all that farts stuck. This is why I probably have a lot of pain for many hours after taking hydroxychloroquine, which can cause meteorism.
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2021.10.27 15:25 nostalgiacankill My husband left me

He ended our fourteen year relationship over the phone on Saturday. He'd been living apart from me for 4 weeks while he decided if he wanted to stay with me or not. Those 4 weeks were like torture. He knew I still loved him, still wanted to be with him, still hoped he'd come home to me. I felt so ashamed when he ended it, like it was ridiculous for me to have even hoped he'd stay with me, and I lashed out at him. Said horrible things, told him I wished he'd had the balls to leave me years ago. He shouted back 'so do I'. I screamed at him and threw the phone across the floor. The next day I messaged apologising for lashing out, told him I was ready to listen to what he'd needed to say if he wanted to talk. He thanked me, said he did want to talk but wasn't up to it that day, said that he'd message before calling me. He finished his message with a 'x'. I haven't heard from him since.
I don't know if he's struggling, indifferent to me or actually hating me. Having to accept so suddenly that he's just gone from my life is such indescribable pain, it's unbearable. I've been his and his alone since I was 22. I don't even know who I am anymore.
I'd been sober for three and a half years but here I am again, day 1. IWNDWYT
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2021.10.27 15:25 aaron___morgan SEEK [SXSW] — 5 min horror short film just in time for Halloween. Creature design by Weta Workshop and two time academy award nominee Arjen Tuiten.

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2021.10.27 15:25 HotBus3942 Fourth stimulus check from IRS update is coming in & people need it due ...

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2021.10.27 15:25 haletothequeen 20% off Chewy Pharmacy order (expires 10/31/21)

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2021.10.27 15:25 iam_Brilliant Top 5 Cryptocurrencies To Buy And Hold As Investment

What is cryptocurrency?
A cryptocurrency is a form of digital money that is not controlled by a central authority such as the government. It is instead based on blockchain technology, with Bitcoin being the most widely used. Investors are recognizing them as valuable for not only short-term earnings but also for long-time investment. But which ones should you put your money into? To make things easier for you, we’ll go over some crypto coins that have consistently topped the market cap charts. These could be good long-term investment options due to their relative stability.
Find out about the top cryptocurrencies to make long-term investment.
1. Bitcoin (BTC) Established in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin is decentralized digital money that may be transmitted directly from one user to another on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network. Cryptography is used by network nodes to validate transactions, which are subsequently recorded in a blockchain, a public distributed ledger. Despite the volatility of the price of bitcoin, it remains dominant in the crypto market. Its valuation keeps on increasing with more inventors investing in it. The most vital factor behind its prized value is the maximum limit of its coins which is 21 million.
Market cap: Over $856 billion.
2. Ethereum (ETH) Ethereum is a decentralized digital platform that enables the creation and execution of smart contracts without any need for third-party downtime, fraud, control, or interference. Ethereum is a permission less, non-hierarchical collection of servers (nodes) that produce and reach consensus on an ever-growing network of “blocks,” or bunches of transactions, known as the blockchain.
Ethereum or ether is almost always in competition with Bitcoin. Its share in the crypto market recently rose from 18 percent to 20 percent.
Market cap: Over $357 billion.
3. Binance Coin (BNB) BNB is an ERC20 token based on Ethereum that was developed by Binance, a major cryptocurrency exchange. This currency can be used to pay a commission for purchases on the exchange. A total of 200 million tokens were manufactured for the currency. As per the Whitepaper, Binance plans to use 20% of earnings each quarter to purchase back and burn BNB until 50% of the total BNB supply (100 M) has been burned.
Market cap: Over $70 billion.
4. Cardano (ADA) Cardano is a cryptocurrency system and open-sourced project aiming to build an open public blockchain for payment systems. Cardano’s internal coin is called Ada.
Cardano is also a decentralized blockchain platform that uses a native cryptocurrency. It enables secure peer-to-peer transactions. There are plans to enable smart contracts on it very soon.
Market cap: Over $69 billion.
5. Dogecoin (DOGE) Dogecoin was created as a joke by software developers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer to mock the booming cryptocurrency market at the time. On May 9, 2021, SpaceX launched the first cryptocurrency-funded space mission, a Dogecoin-funded ridesharing flight to the Moon. The coin has earned a high mining rate since its inception. It’s still on the speculative stage and hasn’t crossed the dollar mark. However, it has a larger circulation and unlimited capacity to mine more.
Watch video of this topic:
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DISCLAIMERS: Please always check with a professional before making any decisions with your money. This article is for educational purposes only and I am not responsible for your actions in any way. No official financial advice is being given. Never listen to anyone online who tells you to not check with a professional! Balbir Singh is not providing you an individual investment advice. Balbir Singh is not registered to provide investment advice, is not a financial advise, and is not a broker-dealer. Balbir Singh is not responsible for any gains or losses that result from your cryptocurrency investments. Investing in cryptocurrency involves a high degree of risk and should be considered only by persons who can afford to sustain a loss of their entire investment. Investors should consult their financial adviser before investing in cryptocurrency.
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2021.10.27 15:25 Lewis_775 Darkrai raid 7700 2497 5571

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2021.10.27 15:25 emilio4262 [discord E42#8190 let’s trade see who cums faster

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2021.10.27 15:25 Jimmy281 I was without a phone for three days. It felt good. Smartphone addiction is real, people.

Broke my phone so I had to wait for a replacement. At first I felt like a part of me was missing. Oh well, guess I'll watch a movie. And it felt good to actually enjoy the whole movie without checking my phone whenever a "boring scene" came up. No wonder it takes me forever to finish a video game, I check my phone every ten minutes when gaming. I'm more productive at work. Usually when I drive up to a job site, I dick around on my phone for 15 minutes before getting out of my truck, but not these last couple of days. I have seen the light. I won't be redownloading those social media apps and I will be severely limiting my Reddit time. It's a shame that I see phone addiction all around me.
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2021.10.27 15:25 New-Yak-5864 the biggest balls

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2021.10.27 15:25 stankmanly Violent brawl breaks out at Miami dog show

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2021.10.27 15:25 jolda01 Is there any private server where i can play raids and dungeons solo with op items?

Used to play wow a lot back in 2015 with a bunch of friends but sadly we all left it, im just feeling nostalgic and want to do some raids solo
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2021.10.27 15:25 bubsthechamp Did I just accidentally get pregnant again? Please tell me this is one line not two. Only two days past my second PP period, so could just be irregular due to BF. (14 mo PP) yes, I know BF isn’t BC.

Did I just accidentally get pregnant again? Please tell me this is one line not two. Only two days past my second PP period, so could just be irregular due to BF. (14 mo PP) yes, I know BF isn’t BC. submitted by bubsthechamp to BabyBumps [link] [comments]


2021.10.27 15:25 PreviousPlastic7080 Which poets did you study in school?

I don't really get poetry, but I'd still like to find more off "official" poets - ones that are considered good enough for secondary/high schools to study.
In my school we did Sylvia Plath, Brendan Kennelly, W.B. Yeats, Elizabeth Bishop, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, and Gerard Mankey Hopkins.
I liked Kennelly, Yeats and Hopkins. Couldn't stand Bishop.
How about you guys - did ye have to study poetry in school? Which did you do/like?
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2021.10.27 15:25 Jamescao_95 The genomic origins of the Bronze Age Tarim Basin mummies

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