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2022.01.25 10:09 victoriasecretboy I just want a girl to buy me cute outfits and panties 🥺❤️

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2022.01.25 10:09 GingaNinja1427 Desperado question

Is there somewhere on screen that tracks how many stacks that you have, or is that a hidden feature?
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2022.01.25 10:09 Phantazein Is This a Problem? Sleeping Heart Rate.

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2022.01.25 10:09 AxmnsoucA1 times were simpler back then

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2022.01.25 10:09 andhisnameisjoncnah And one would think he'd need an armor to arm wrestle a bear.. huh

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2022.01.25 10:09 myboogerstastespicy TWoP Recap: ROL S2E12

Unedited; questionable language
Bret had a lot of skanks to choose from. Skanks wrasslin' pigs. Skanks in mud. Ambre was spared from elimination on the first show by stripper Jackie's voluntary exit, then impressed Bret with her kissing skills. Daisy...was Daisy. Bret wanted to bang her louder and harder than the Liberty Bell. And did. On the minus side, Bret wondered if Ambre was really there for him or was just getting carried away with her competitive spirit, and then wondered if Daisy shared more than eyeliner with her live-in ex-boyfriend Charles. This latter point was the cause of much controversy amongst the remaining skanks, which resulted in a verbal lashing and lots of drink throwing at Daisy's factory-sealed head. Destiney showed eleventh hour good sense and thus got the boot, which left Daisy and Ambre as our final two. That Bret Michaels is one lucky man.
We begin after last week's elimination, with Bret congratulating Ambre and Daisy for being the final two and announcing that they're all going to Cancun. Ambre says this all seems like a dream. When Ambre sees the Oprah where Dr. Oz talks about night terrors, something is totally going to click into place for her. Daisy adjusts her boobs. The three of them and Big John crack a Bret's Brew, and the girls head off to pack.
Bret and his lovely ladies board a private jet to Mexico. Oh, Bret and his chlamydia-infested carbon footprint. They land in Cancun, where Bret will doubtlessly hook up with some wayward Real World cast member and forget about these bitches altogether. They head to the hotel, and Bret says he's taken time to plan some really special things. I'm totally sure he was on Travelocity all night, looking for the best deals. When they arrive at the hotel, our heroic threesome is treated to traditional Mayan dancing. You know Daisy tried to impress Bret with her knowledge by saying, "Hey, didn't these people, like, read a poem at Bill Clinton's inauguration or something? That was totally rad."
Daisy and Ambre have to share a room, which seems pretty cruel. They get teeny shorts, calla lilies, and Bret Mail. "Hello, my sexy ladies, welcome to Me Cancun. Enjoy your gifts and I will see you tonight for dinner. Love, Bret." The girls have a balcony with a canopy bed that overlooks the ocean. Ugh, I don't even want to know what Dateline is going to find when they bring their blacklight to this particular spot. Something looking like it came from the "Caves" episode of Planet Earth, I'm sure. Ambre asks, "How pimp is that?" As pimp as one of K-Fed's groomsmen, with an equal amount of tragic foreshadowing.
The girls meet Bret for dinner. Daisy is in pink, and Ambre is in chocolate brown. Bret is ready to dig deep to find his true love. He says he has some questions, and Daisy notes that she has some questions as well. She means it, too, and pulls out a piece of paper with the questions actually written down. Ambre, much like the rest of us, is completely surprised to learn that Daisy is literate. Daisy first asks Bret if the two of them only have a physical connection. The answer is yes. I mean, not in so many words. Bret says that Daisy is still a mystery to him, and that because their physical attraction was so instantaneous, they have to play catch-up when it comes to the mental connection. I imagine some sort of frayed wire shooting a lot of sparks and ultimately catching Bret's wig aflame. Bret tells Daisy that she uses her sexuality a lot. And then ha! Daisy says she doesn't do it intentionally. Yeah, it was totally accidental that some doctor installed those huge boobs and duck lips. She just went in to get her gall bladder removed. Ambre agrees that Daisy uses her sexuality, and when Daisy asks for specific examples, Ambre says that she's always banging on Bret's door. Ambre asks Bret where their physical connection leads. Turn left on the dusty road to the free clinic, my friend. Bret wonders the same thing.
Ambre then asks Bret what he thinks she brings to the table. Bret says that Ambre wants to win at all costs. Ambre takes this moment to maul him, which doesn't seem to work to convince Bret of anything. When she finally pulls back, her face is all sweaty, which probably isn't winning her any points either. Bret's pancake, however, is holding up admirably. Daisy thinks that Ambre is fake and says that Ambre doesn't usually date guys like Bret, so maybe she's just experimenting. Bret has apparently been thinking the same thing himself. Ambre tells Bret that he isn't the type of person she normally dates, but he's exactly the guy she's looking for. Whatever you say, Hombre. Bret tells the ladies that he has a real connection with both of them, and it's going to be a struggle for him to choose just one. He has dates planned for each of them, both of which he claims will be amazing. Bret heads up to his room, and Ambre tells us that she's scared because Bret and Daisy have had a connection from day one which hasn't waned.
The next morning, Ambre prepares for her date. Daisy tells her that it hurt her feelings when Ambre said that she uses her sexuality with Bret. She's just comfortable with herself, she says. As evidenced by her completely natural face and use of her God-given name, Vanessa Mossman. And part of being comfortable with herself is being comfortable with her sexiness. She then says that obviously Ambre doesn't feel sexy. Ambre asks what the fuck she's saying, and notes that she feels plenty sexy and she's got the sweaty-ass face to prove it. In an interview, Ambre says that Daisy is trying to throw her game off and it's not going to work. Daisy then says that when people are comfortable with their body, they carry themselves -- or, as she says, theirselves -- in a particular manner. Until the breath that she uses to speak this thought comes through her original nose, I have a hard time considering Daisy to be a reliable source. Daisy tries to convince Ambre that she walks like a Neanderthal. Ambre isn't buying it, and interviews that yes, Daisy is hot. But while surgery might make Ambre hotter, it's certainly not going to make Daisy smarter. I don't see that it would hurt to hook up the electrodes and see what happens, though.
Daisy says that she leads with her intelligence, humor, funniness, and goofiness. Don't forget your unwitting use of synonyms, L'il D! She then says it's not her fault that people are attracted to her, and conjectures that Ambre wishes she could be like Daisy. Daisy is the last person Ambre wishes she was. Conversely, Ambre is the last person Daisy wishes she was. Oh my God, it's like having an argument with a ficus. Well, a ficus that yells over you, which Ambre is sick of. Daisy still thinks that she's too sexy for her shirt, which is why she wears one so infrequently. She tells Ambre that she didn't set out to make a sexual connection with Bret -- it just happened. Yeah, she wore turtlenecks every day and everything. Does she even have boobs? I hadn't noticed. Ambre is now super-determined to prove how sexy she is. Excuse me for a minute while I go to get my antibiotics refilled. I should be getting hazard pay for this. It's date time! Bret thinks Ambre looks especially hot. The two of them are going to have an awesome Mayan jungle experience, and then go to the spa. Ambre tells us that Bret looks beautiful and hot and she's loving it. A tiny monkey scratches his head. I love it when we learn how the editors really feel. Ambre tells us that, in fact, the physical connection hasn't really been there with her and Bret, so she's determined to bone him and see if they can make it work. Bret and Ambre get massages by a waterfall as one of Bret's crappy songs plays in the background. I feel like this one must be titled "Rough Demo." Eesh. And then Ambre makes her move. With Bret still face down on the massage table, she goes over, crawls on his back, and puts her man hands to good use on his back. We then get an interminable sequence of shirtless Ambre and Bret making out. If I didn't need an antifungal before, I certainly do now. Sometimes on Sunday nights I just cry into my pillow and mumble, "Why, God?" until I fall asleep.
Ambre and Bret move on to lunch, which includes margaritas. Bret tells Ambre that he loves how energetic she is. Ambre likes how Bret does a lot of things. Wow, how could Daisy ever keep up with this stimulating dialogue? Bret interviews that he is feeling very emotionally connected to Ambre right now. He tells Ambre that, in the past, he's dated more girls with Daisy's mentality. E.g, hot n' dumb. Bret had a great five year relationship with someone, and it eventually became too much for her. He wonders if Ambre can hang with his rock star lifestyle. I love how Bret tries through every episode of this show to keep up the illusion that he still has a rock star lifestyle. Ambre tells him that she's secure enough in herself to know that rock n' roll is Bret's passion and his job, and in the end he'll come home to her. She thinks that perhaps not being Bret's typical type will work to her advantage, since she's like a fresh -- well, as fresh as you can be when you're working the mutton dressed as lamb angle -- breath of air. Ambre reminds us that she's fallen in love with Bret, and then the two of them prattle on about their nooks. I don't know, dude. Bret seems pretty happy about his date and his standing with Ambre.
Bret and Ambre get back to the hotel, kiss, and separate for an hour before they have dinner together. Ambre heads back to her room and there is awkward silence before Daisy asks her what she and Bret did. After the shit that Daisy said to her, Ambre doesn't think she even deserves an answer. Oh, just tell her that you fucked him. That'll shut her piehole for 10 minutes. Instead, Ambre says to Daisy, "For such a pretty girl, you're the ugliest woman I've ever met in my life." I would second that if Ambre took out the beginning clause. They bicker. Ambre starts to say that she's tried to be amicable to Daisy, then remembers who she's talking to and instead says, "I tried to be, like, totally cool with you." That was charitable. Ambre wants Bret to see Daisy's ugly side. It's called "the front." Turns out Ambre has an ugly side of her own, as she says to Daisy, "I think you're a hateful bitch." It's no dicksucker whorebag, is it? Ambre represents everything that Daisy hates, with her stupid perfect world and white picket fence. She doesn't think Ambre has a clue about what it's like to date a musician. Ambre doesn't want to let Daisy's mind games, such as they are, put a damper on her date.
I do wish, however, that they'd put a damper on her dinner dress. Seeing those tree trunks emerging from the mini is only going to remind Bret about the hazardous consequences of deforestation. When Ambre arrives for dinner, Bret tells her that she looks smoking hot, then wonders why he can't get the phrase, "Only you can prevent forest fires," out of his head. Bret wants to kick back, relax and have fun with Ambre. He gives her a present. It's...a charm necklace? Ambre says it suits her to a T. It's hideous. Draw your own conclusions. Bret interviews that he feels very much himself when he's around Ambre, and likes where this is going.
Bret assures Ambre that he knows she's got it going on. They talk about what a great day they had -- how connected and comfortable they felt with each other. Ambre tells Bret that she likes making him feel good. He likes her making him feel good, too. What a dreamboat.
Ambre then decides to turn up the heat and tells Bret that she's not wearing any underwear. This is apparently one of the sweetest things a woman can ever say to a man. Like, any man? The homeless guy with the saxophone, even? Would he appreciate that more than a crisp George Washington? And then -- I shit you not -- Bret asks to see. Ambre Sharon Stones it...twice! It's these moments that make me wish the vagina dentata actually existed.
Bret hightails it out of dinner and takes Ambre to his suite. He gives her a tour, including the couch to make love on, table to make love on, and peanut area to make love on. Oh, please, can someone go into anaphylactic shock? Bret also has a big balcony with a bed, too. That bed is for playing canasta on. Bret tells us that this is the moment of truth for him and Ambre. We see them making out on the bed, with Bret on top of Ambre, and then blissfully cut away to the moon. Such things that bright orb has to witness.
The next morning, Bret walks Ambre out of his suite. His wig has hastily been thrown on, as you do in the early hours. He thanks her for a great date, and even awesomester [...sic] night. They make out some more. Wouldn't you love if she just went crazy and ripped off the wig right now? Ambre thinks that she and Bret have made a strong physical connection, and she hopes it's enough. Bret tells us that he had his doubts about whether Ambre was sexually intense enough, but now he's starting to find her super-hot. He thinks she's the total package.
Ambre's morning after sex buzz is ruined when she goes back to her suite and has to encounter Daisy again. Daisy prattles on stupidly about her upcoming date, and Ambre asks why she has to be so immature. Ambre thinks that Daisy is an absolute disaster and has to grow up. She says that can't be what Bret is looking for. Frankly, I think years of wearing his bandana too tight has killed immeasurable brain cells. There's no telling what will happen.
It's time for Daisy's date with Bret. They do a lot of smooching, and both say that they miss each other. For their date, they're going out on a boat. Bret wants to find out what's going on in Daisy's mind, heart, and soul, and then suck face with her. As they sit on the boat, Bret tells Daisy that when he first saw her, his feelings were totally sexual, but as he got to know her, they became much closer and forged an emotional connection. However, given Daisy's past and whatnot, Bret wants to know where Daisy is with her life now. He notes that Ambre is pretty settled and not going through a transitional period in her life. Daisy interviews that just because she's not 500 years old like Ambre it doesn't mean that she doesn't know what she wants or what she has to do. She tells Bret that in her experience, sometimes life throws you a curveball. It's good to know but sometimes, you know, you know. That's all she knows. Yeah. Bret wonders if Daisy is ready to have a relationship with him. However, he acknowledges that she has a heart of gold and a great soul, and that's what he's digging about her.
Bret and Daisy head up to the deck. Sadly, no one falls overboard. They totally do the, "I'm the king of the world!" thing. They make out a little, and Daisy suddenly starts to feel a little seasick. Bret, always seeing the silver lining, notes that fish like throwup a lot, so this could all turn out great in the end if she just hurls in the water. But things get a little more serious when Daisy tells Bret that she has no circulation in her hands. The hell? Bret talks to the captain and suggests that they turn around, because Daisy's gotten, like, the bends or something. Finally, Daisy hurls. Like, puddles and puddles of hurl. Bret thinks that Daisy is even hot when she hurls. That's love. I don't know if Ambre can infiltrate. Daisy thinks that Bret is being super caring with her, but really he's, like, rubbing ice on her stomach. Could someone get this girl a toothbrush, please? They get back to land and Bret kisses her, and they separate to get ready for dinner. Daisy is determined to show Bret how serious she is about being in a serious relationship with him.
Daisy shows up at dinner and, in a nice change of pace, Bret thinks she looks super-hot. He uses the same, "Check, please!" line that he used with Ambre, but they haven't even been seated yet. I think Daisy is winning. Bret wants to connect with Daisy on a bunch of different levels, but it's hard for him to get past how hot he thinks she is. Bret then gives Daisy the same ugly necklace he gave Ambre. He tells Daisy that he loves where she's been and where she's going, and that she's an amazing person. Daisy replies that she's done and experienced certain things in her life, and now she's ready to grow and change. Daisy then takes a minute to talk about Ambre, and how defensive she's been getting. She says that she's obviously not the girl with the white picket fence, then tells Bret that Ambre is boring. Daisy has a lot of passion and love, and she wants to give it to Bret and get a lot of passion and love back from him, because she thinks he's awesome. Isn't that, like, Sonnet 16? "I have / Like a lot of passion / And a lot of love / And I want / To give a lot of love to you / And I want / To get a lot / Of love from you back / Because I / ...You're awesome."
Daisy tells Bret that she's in love with him, and they make out. Bret tells us that Daisy "The Bard" De La Hoya just might be the girl for him. With such a knack for sprouting poetry, how could she not be? Bret can't wait no more, so takes Daisy to his room. There is more making out. I want to die. Bret knows that Daisy has a past, and that there are a lot of unanswered questions, but Daisy likes and loves who he is. He says again that she just might be the girl for him. They roll around in bed and Bret grabs Daisy's ass and I want to die some more. Some person out there should totally put a patent on eye bleach. Oh, and ear bleach -- a commercial tells us that Bret's new solo album, Rock My World, will be released on June 3. Will the horror never end? The next morning, Bret and Daisy make out some more after their night of contributing to a new antibiotic resistant super strain. Daisy tells him it was a wonderful night she'll never forget. She heads back to her shared room with Ambre, and there is some more awkward silence. Ambre is confused about why Daisy's antagonistic manner has abruptly stopped. In that situation I think I'd just keep quiet and, like, read a magazine or something. Don't rock the boat, or Daisy is liable to puke all over you. She asks what's going on, and Daisy says, in her Bard-like way, "I'm fucking / Doing my thing / And I'm trying to do my fucking thing / With Bret / Like / I'm in my own world / With Bret / I don't even / This is like / Do you get it?" Now she's more like Dada Daisy. Ambre kind of cracks up, and interviews that Daisy is the most immature 25-year-old she's ever met. Daisy is 25? That terrifies me. She is going to be one busted 28-year-old. There is more bickering, and Ambre says she wants Daisy to be cool like she was in the house, rather than like the evil succubus she became once she stepped on Mexican soil. Daisy's like, "I've sucked a lot of things in my day, but even I couldn't get my mouth around a whole bus." Daisy then tells Ambre that she degraded her by calling her a stripper. And then Ambre says, in a way that I love, "Dude, that's your occupation. I'm a TV host. You're a stripper." Daisy makes vomiting noises, and finally yells that she doesn't want to talk about it. Ambre gives up.
Out on the balcony, Daisy is having another attack of some sort. She's still in her dress from last night. Like, take a fucking shower. When she comes unhinged she looks remarkably like Angelique, she of the forever immortalized sugar-free pudding boobs. Don't those seem like such carefree days? The ladies get room service and Bret Mail. "This rockin' ride has been so great / Now finally tonight we'll seal our fate / But before I'm down to one from two / A day of beauty is in store for you." Ambre is touched by her impending spa treatment and could use a little making over. Daisy is still a freaking wreck. Ambre interviews that no matter what happens, she's learned more about herself than she could possibly imagine. She reminisces about how she was almost eliminated on that first night. In the quest for Bret's heart, she's banged up her knees a whole lot. Along the way there was drama, particularly the times when Bret accused her of lying about her age and when she flipped out at Daisy in Vegas. But regardless of the hoopla and drama, her feelings for Bret have grown so much. The swami hinted at their past from centuries ago, after all. It is meant to be. Ambre says that she's in love with Bret and can endure anything. Even the endurance-worthy task of being with Bret Michaels? Shudder.
Daisy, for her part, can't deny that she's madly attracted to Bret and that they have sloppy slappy sex all the time. Daisy doesn't regret any of this, she says, adding that the whole thing was amazing. Through all the rough patches -- by this she means the series of lies and deception and deceit -- Bret never let her go. No matter what happens, she says, she's learned more about herself, and also fell in love with one of the most amazing people that she's ever met. Oh, barf. Can we just have the elimination ceremony and get this over with?
No. No we can't. Instead, we have to spend some time with Bret as he walks along the beach to that crappy song that they play all the time in the tender moments. He says that last season he picked the wrong girl, and he doesn't want to make that mistake again. On one hand, Daisy fits him -- she's a rocker chick, she's hot, and she embraces his lifestyle. And, don't forget, she touches her boobs all the time. They've had hot chemistry from day one. But is that all they have? Ambre, meanwhile, knows who she is. She has a great career and knows where she's at in her life. But can she deal with Bret being on the road for months at a time? OH GOD STOP SHOWING THEM MAKING OUT! This is the grodiest episode of anything ever, including the more Dawson-heavy episodes of The Match Game. Maybe if Gene Rayburn and Richard Dawson and Brett Somers had a threesome in purgatory (long skinny microphone included) and Charles Nelson Reilly narrated the whole thing with a play-by-play it would come somewhere near the level of grody that is Ambre and Bret making out. Doubtful, though.
Eliminations, finally, GOD. Ambre is so sweaty. If Bret chooses her, she says, she'll feel complete. Daisy is scared about the elimination but would be shocked if Bret picked old boring Ambre. He's everything that Daisy has been looking for and wanting. She pretends to try to cry as she says she can't believe this crazy journey is almost over. She could be with Bret forever, or she could be heartbroken as fuck. Or both. There are no winners here.
Ambre and Daisy walk to their elimination places. Daisy might have a point about Ambre's Neanderthal stride. Daisy's face is looking pretty sweaty, too. As if this pretty party isn't enough, Bret emerges in a shiny silver suit. He's got a knot in his gut because he wants to make the right decision. He tells Daisy that he's found her to be stunningly beautiful from moment one, and they have a special, intense connection. He adds that Daisy has withstood all of the hardships of her life, and he loves and admires that. However, Bret felt hurt that there are a lot of things that she can't tell him. What Bret loves about Ambre is that she's strong, smart, and beautiful. However, he's extremely concerned that she won't be able to handle his lifestyle, and that it would ruin their relationship. Ambre is sweaty and teary. Daisy looks catatonic.
Bret assures both women that he's not looking for his rock of like or lust, but his rock of love. He thinks that Ambre and Daisy are two of the most beautiful and sexy women in the world, and he's forced to choose between them. Bret says that Daisy is rock n' roll through and through to the bone, and he loves that. And Ambre is rock solid as a human being. Literally. He cares about both of them. Blah blah, sweat sweat. Bret calls Daisy to him, and Ambre starts crying hysterically. But then! Bret says that Daisy knows how much he loves and cares about her -- long pause -- but her tour ends here. SHUT UP! Daisy gets super close to his face and stares at him with her big sweaty fake lashes. Bret interviews that he does not blame Daisy for anything that she's done in her past, however he fears that she needs him more than she wants him, and that's not good. That's actually a really lucid point. Well done, sir! Daisy whimpers halfheartedly as Bret gives her a pep talk. I think she's in shock. She's not flailing her arms or anything. Oh, now she is.
And then, gah! We get a post-elimination interview with Daisy, and she looks like a fucking lunatic. More like a fucking lunatic. I think she, like, tore out her extensions with her bare hands or something. She says that Bret eliminated her, and it sucks because she loves him and is in love with him. She tried the best she could to get him to trust her, but he couldn't or didn't want to. Maybe he just saw her in the unforgiving light of day for once. Daisy says that if she'd have known it would have been this painful to fall in love with Bret she never would have done it. She would have curled in a ball and eaten a lot of ice cream. There's still time, little one. Is anyone besides me worried that maybe Daisy isn't going to be okay?
Meanwhile, Ambre is totally Bret's rock of love. I don't get it either. Bret attributes it to fate. Ambre tries to convince us for real that Bret is the man of her dreams. However, I detect a look of mild panic in her eyes. With a plea to go have hot monkey sex, the show concludes. Somewhere in heaven, Charles Nelson Reilly turns over a card that says, "make whoopee" and smiles. But it's not over yet! We still have the reunion show to look forward to. Where Heather -- I shit you not -- fucking pounds Daisy in the head. In the end, it might do her some good.
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2022.01.25 10:09 Superlovetwotri Don’t forget about our upcoming chat with Matchedash Camp! Matchedash Camp is an ECO campground for families to enjoy. Travel trailers and tenting sites, with rustic cabins are available.

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2022.01.25 10:09 topbigboss How Solar Panels Work and What They are Made From

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2022.01.25 10:09 jjngundam On time update?

Android Police: Pixel 6 February update could arrive right on schedule. https://www.androidpolice.com/pixel-6-february-update-could-arrive-right-on-schedule/
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2022.01.25 10:09 Sanchi_24 This game is not what I was expecting.

I was expecting a life simulator in the future. Been able to go from planet to planet in my spaceship and make a bit of roleplay. Been an outlaw, rob some stores, etc. I was expecting something like that:
Land on a planet and travel in my hoverbike looking at the beautiful wildlife and landscape, maybe hunt to get some food and purificate water from a river. Then find a village or small colony, make some procedural mission, maybe kill some bandits (or join them), get some supplies for the people, transport someone to another planet, find a missing person... Make myself a good reputation in the place, buy or build a home nearby, get marry and have kids in order to have a successor (they promised an age and dead system).
Unfortunatly, this is not the focus of the game anymore. They keep adding very small features very slowly but nothing aiming to the original goal. They just keep adding ships and now they want to add a new planetary system. The one that we have is empty, we don't need another one.
The worst part is that bethesda will lunch starfield this year, with half the development time and half the money and probably will accomplish what star citizen was supouse to be.
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2022.01.25 10:09 NewsElfForEnterprise Apple Stock: Massive One-Day Recovery, Now What?

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2022.01.25 10:09 Background-Fee9025 Evil one shot hexblade/paladin

So my DM wants to do a evil one shot and I want to play an oathbreakehexblade. We play at level 15 and I was wondering what level split I should consider. Thanks!
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2022.01.25 10:09 Personal-Refuse7290 GULC Deferral

If you’ve been deferred from GULC have you received a decision or interview invite yet?
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2022.01.25 10:09 ibuiltamurderbot Get Woke, Go Broke: Netflix sheds nearly $50 billion in market cap after 'borderline catastrophic' forecast

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