Me U.S.A. Just country is fine, but if you like you can include city too.
I could use some help. I find my company making more and more changes that have a negative impact on the wellbeing of the tech workers such as myself.
The company has a union but it's not for the corporate workers. I would like to start a union for us techies. How can I achieve this? I've spoken with people I'm comfortable with about unionizing and have received favorable feedback. Who can I reach out to?
Smashing the boys face into a cactus
I still have a ways to go eliminating pointless words, but sensiblepuffin and Astrealix were absolutely correct that Fuck and Fucking feature very prominently.
Raya is up there too, with Kai. Does that mean Havertz was as good as Raya was poor?
I think I will exclude anything I recognise as a username in the next one, and I also want to add weighting for how many upvotes the comment the word came from got. I also want to make it look nicer - this is the default for the package I was using.
I feel pretty good about this for a first pass. Let me know what you guys think I can change.
"I said, 'Dad, I have to go, if this is the last time we talk, I love you,'" Henderson recalled. "I lost my mom a few years ago, so my dad is like my lifeline. Just saying goodbye to him was tough."
Advances in technology, meanwhile, allow campaigns to calibrate their outreach to only the most persuadable voters. The upshot is that a tiny segment of the population will get an outsize say in who leads the United States. And the will of the majority may not even prevail.
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It said that the DTCC needs a reason to pull plan shares for "liquidity". Is this the reason they caused the spike in volume on no news one week prior to earnings?
I also remember strange things happening on this sub and to people pushing the Plan/Book debate.
I also remember people freaking out about selling fractionals, including accusations that SHF are trying to get us to sell these fractionals (i did the math while back why this would be bullshit, first because fractionals aren't real, second, what are 0,x shares compared to xxx shares, third (and most importantly) book>plan)
Anyways, I'm a book king, fuck the dingleberries
First, wear your dust mask. Who knows where these machines have been?
My partner and I occasionally play games together, but they pretty much only play word puzzle games on their own. I'm not very good at word games though, and they don't have very good spatial skills, so we frequently find ourselves mismatched. We have a switch and a single decent gaming pc, and a pretty old laptop.
The biggest hit for us has been Baba is You because it is slow paced, and combines words and logic and spatial reasoning. Our biggest problem was that its not actually coop, so we would just alternate who played, which can disengage the other person. My partner also thought its aesthetic is cute.
Our next positive example is probably Snipperclips is also a pretty slow paced puzzler, is mostly spatial skills, but we could play at the same time. They also liked how interactive the avatars are, and particularly snipping my avatar up.
The first miss is overcooked, it was a bit too chaotic, and my partner felt a little lost and uncoordinated. They don't remember it super well, so we might retry this one at some point if they feel more at home playing video games.
The other miss is Mario Kart, which they liked when we played with 4 player, but not just the 2 of us. I'm significantly better at Mario Kart, and they are pretty competitive. If they get more into games they might be willing to put in some time improving, but not so much right now.
Our worst miss was probably Tricky Towers, I'm decently good at regular Tetris, so I can do okay out of the box at physics based Tetris, but there was too much happening to fast for my partner. Combine that with it the competitive aspect and they didn't enjoy this one at all.
The games they most fondly remember from childhood are Dance Dance Revolution and Guitar Hero, though we have downstairs neighbors under part of our apartment and no dance pad or guitars, SSX Tricky, and the Lord of the Rings movie tie in games.
They think they'd enjoy a game that does movement as input like ddr or guitar hero but is maybe less bouncy, and are open to action games, or games with a story, but they should be easier to control and not be too chaotic. Cute aesthetics and cats are a plus.
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