Meme is from Hazbin hotel. Amazing pilot you should check it out.

2021.12.06 23:34 supermarioplush220 Meme is from Hazbin hotel. Amazing pilot you should check it out.

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2021.12.06 23:34 hardhairymuscles Streak 1: Un Lugar Favorito

Hay muchos lugares que me gustan mucho. Pero, un lugar que mi favorito es el Gran Cañón. Cuándo conduje a California, visité el Gran Cañón por el primero tiempo. Estuvo mi primero viaje solo, y era en el invierno. Había mucha nieva y hacía mucho frío. El visto estaba mágico. El cañón era muy grande y las pierdas estaban muy hermosa. Quiero volver y mochilear al río. Nunca olvidaré este lugar.

Gracias por su tiempo!
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2021.12.06 23:34 zaperoni 😳

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2021.12.06 23:34 StraightHundred Eagles 33 Jets 18 | Jeff Ulbrich MUST GO!

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2021.12.06 23:34 nxm_incxnnu i got this plant, can anyone id it? can i plant it in a aquarium?

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2021.12.06 23:34 kennygk Patriots/Bills Snowball Fight

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2021.12.06 23:34 Humble_Bedroom1264 New wheels, whatcha think? 😏

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2021.12.06 23:34 Annual_Enthusiasm489 Worst Delivery Experience Ever

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2021.12.06 23:34 TCUCFos Cincinnati’s BIG Announcement

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2021.12.06 23:34 JulietaPop Searching for youtube video

Hi, I'm new to reddit and my english is not the best, so sorry if I do something wrong. So, this year on my youtube, I saw a video of a warrior cats oc animation and I just can't find it anymore. I'm just desperate at this point, so I'm asking it here if someone have seen/knows the name or link of the video. Some contest: the animation was about an apprentice. At the end of the video, she and her mentor would be together. During the video there is a scene where it shows the days passing by and the apprentice in a corner in the den, while she doesn't eat anything, representing depression I believe?. The video has a very gray palette, no strong colors. And the song was very slow. For what I can remember, the title/song on the animation has one of those words, but this part I'm not sure: stay, alone, quiet, something like that. If someone see this video, PLEASE tell me
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2021.12.06 23:34 realthrowaway12349 Success Story: Pivoting into CS at 32 and going from never making over 45k to 120k as a new grad. After two great life failures, I finally found success in CS.

Being up front
Because I will be sharing many deidentifying pieces of information, I have chosen not to write on my real account. I believe this allows me to share much more detail while still preserving some sense of anonymity. I hope that not only will this additional level of detail, of which seems to be uncommon in success stories will more than make up for any missing credibility by posting on a new account. I do not believe my story is particularly exceptional, but in the end people will need to make up their own mind.
I have provided my background and where I came from because it may help inspire some people. I think success stories are often less impactful than they could be because there is always a sense of "well you must have had x, or you were privileged in the following y,z ways." I don't intend to complete resolve that by sharing my background but rather just to make it less ambiguous. Some people will always have some excuse as to why they weren't or can't be successful. My goal isn't to make it sound like a "if I can do it, anyone can story."
About me I grew up in a lower-middle class family in the US. My parents had a nasty divorce when I was young and there was constant custody battles, I attended many schools, had no friends, and was constantly bullied. The police were not uncommon visitors to my house. In high school, things settled and I gained some notion of stability. Up until then, I had no vision of a future, no idea of how I could possibly make it in the world and no confidence. This began to change after I became inspired by the Japanese Anime Dragon Ball Z (yeah I know). It awaken me to the fact that one could self-improve through discipline and perseverance. This initially took the form of physical conditioning and after a while my confidence grew and for the first time I a "passion." From this came my first vision of a future - I set out to join the military with the goal of becoming a Navy SEAL.
I graduated high school (with a 2.1 GPA) and attempted to enroll in the Navy. However, I soon discovered I am medically disqualified from service. I had an undiagnosed kidney issue that barred me from enlisting. However I remained hopeful that if I could get it treated I may still enlist. So I began a 2 year process of treating the disease in hopes that I could get the levels of proteinuria (the diagnostic) to an acceptable level. But after being strung along by recruiters, I eventually got a hold of the recruiting command who said that even if my condition was cured, I would never be elidable for service - in any military service. The mere history of having it was permanently disqualified. That didn't matter in the end because the kidney disease is IgA nephropathy and is incurable and progressive. So here I was back to square one with no hope of a future.
I worked for a time as a fitness instructor and I continued to work on myself, personally. I soon become inspired again. I had always been interested in science, but I never thought I had a future in it. However, I had gained the confidence to pursue the academic route. I knew I wouldn't get into a decent university with the traditional route given my academic history (GPA 2.1, and ACT 18). So I went to a community college and did very well which allowed me to transfer to a good university from there. I took out student loans to cover tuition and expenses. By this time I was able to claim myself as an independent on the FAFSA and thus allowed me to get enough loans and grants to cover most expenses.
I had set graduate and pursue an MD/PhD. I wanted to practice medicine and I liked science. Most MD/PhD programs are completely funded and thus would allow me financially to pursue an MD. However, I failed in this pursuit. I had one particularly rough semester which sent me into a spiral of depression and self-doubt. I believed that since these programs were extremely competitive, there would be no way I could achieve success. In hindsight, I probably still could have been admitted. A big failure on my part was my failure to seek mental help. I had a certain sense of pride which prevented me from doing so. All my success until had been self-driven and I believed no one but me could help me, I didn't have the capacity to ask for help.
My depression spiraled and I was at risk of getting dropped from my program (biology). One semester I failed 3 out of the 5 classes I was enrolled in. I eventually completed my required courses by the skin of my teeth and graduated with a 2.7 GPA, but I found myself again (in my eyes) back to square one. Only now with a massive amount of student debt. I realized I could get some lab tech job, but I had no desire to pursue this route. The pay is poor and the work is not intellectually challenging. I was tired of being strapped for cash, living paycheck to paycheck and I thought if my life was worth living, I needed to have a decent income. So I went back to doing what I though could amount to a decent pay - fitness trainer.
I worked as a fitness trainer for a few years but I began to realize, this is a dead-end career for me. It was too intellectually unstimulated and I did not have the personality required for a long and successful career. I hated approaching people and I hated pressuring people to buy training. Eventually I heard about machine learning/deep learning. Up until then, I had no interest in CS or programming. But learning about deep neural networks greatly intrigued me. The level of empiricism involved reminded me of the natural sciences - experimentation, observation, etc. So that's when I started reading about the CS field as whole and I became even more fascinated - not to mention the pay is good.
My pivot into CS Until then, I had presuppositions about what it meant to be a programmeSWE. One of the big ones I had was that you had to be really good at typing in order to be a successful programmer, which was unappealing to me because I've always sucked at typing and had no confidence I could be proficient to a high level. I have large muscular hands with little finger dexterity. Obviously, I eventually realized this was ridiculous. So now I had my third inspiration for the future - become a software engineer. But with a BS in biology and a 2.7 GPA, I had to find a way to find a way.
After researching what the best approach was for me I decided that pursing a masters degree in CS would be best. That way I could feel like my bachelors was not a complete failure and I could theoretically graduate and have a job in just 2 years. I was ineligible for most graduate programs because of my undergrad (most need 3.0 at a minimum). However, I landed on DePaul University's Master of Science in Computer Science which had a 2.5 GPA minimum. Just as important, they allowed you the option to test out of the introductory CS coursework if you can pass the proficiency exams. This was huge for me because it meant I could save over $20000 and graduate a year sooner. The FAFSA direct grad loans were just enough to cover full-time tuition. I applied and was accepted to the program, to begin the following Autumn quarter. This gave me about 5 months to self-study and attempt to pass the proficiency exams (you only get one chance).
My CS journey To do this, I discovered the ample amount of study resources available online. This included, reddit, edx, coursera, and youtube. However, the most valuable resources I discovered came from the open-sourced materials and lectures from elite universities like Berkeley, Stanford, and MIT. I "audited" several courses in preparation. Here are the audited courses and the corresponding DePaul courses I used to prepare for.
DePaul MSCS (DeNero version)- CSC 401, Intro to CS (Hug version) - CSC 402, CSC 403, Data structures and - CSC 400, Discrete math
CMU Video lectures and CMU 15-213 - CSC 405, 406, Systems
I also realized that gaining some experience ASAP was crucial, so I began sending out applications for internships anywhere and everywhere. I was lucky enough to encounter a programming internship at a university research center which specialized in biomedical research. I think my bachelors in biology helped me land this even know I had no formal experience in programming. I started the summer before my first quarter began and I worked as an intern there the entire time I was in graduate school.
During my studies, I continually supplemented with additional material, auditing other courses. I wanted to land a good job after graduation and while I was glad to be admitted to DePaul's MSCS, the program was weak and I knew if I wanted a good job I would have to go above and beyond the coursework. I graduated with a 3.9 GPA and landed a new grad role at a F100 making 120k in a med CoL area at 34 years old.
I prepared for new grad roles through all the ways you frequently read about on here. Grinding leetcode (about 30 easy, 80 med, 10 hard over 2 months), doing mock interviews on platforms like Pramp, and applying to lots of places. I couldn't grind any more than that because I was working (20 hours/week) and going to school fulltime. I failed several interviews. However, all you need is one success and eventually I found it.
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2021.12.06 23:34 Madrepan Big head, lil legs! :)

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2021.12.06 23:34 jorgeklemente As cenas lamentáveis de quinta-feira a noite ainda estão sob perigo

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2021.12.06 23:34 silveraspire My instax mini 9 has been printing photos like this. New film, correct exposure, black tape removed from inside. Help?

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2021.12.06 23:34 windblowncat Alley cat 🐈 not so alley, more indoor cat with street smarts.

Hi all! New to the sub and hoping someone can help. Sorry, I'm long-winded. I have recently adopted what I refer to as a 'neighborhood' cat. I have fed the outdoor neighborhood cats for a few years now (long story) and as we all know they tend to multiply. One of these cats that has begun coming up is a long-hair dude that has always been very vocal to me. Initially mostly hisses but clearly he is communicating with/at me. I fed 2x a day and if I was late he'd be there hissing at me, would come up to my car to hiss at me, like, he was very clear I was not fulfilling our agreement. At any rate, over time he's gotten to where he'll meow and hiss, but he'll also come up and rub on my legs, etc. In the past few months I have been slowly moving stuff from my house as I'm moving into my parents and will be selling my house. My Dad is in a retirement home so I'm going to be helping with his bills. I trapped most of the cats that were reliant on me for feed to be barn cats but this guy, well there was just something different. I felt like he was more tame and figured I would try to move him to the new house a few blocks away. (Small town, ~700 people.) He didn't accept it just bringing him here and feeding him but that day he let us pet him a LOT before going back to his neighborhood. I decided then, after noticing him running down the street at the sight of my car as I was going back to feed a day or two later, that he was not much of a hunter and would suffer if I just stopped feeding so I decided to catnap him and take him into my (new) house for awhile until he acclimated to this being home. To say this cat has embraced the indoor cat life is a massive understatement. He has not once tried to get out, used litter box from day one. Loves attention for the most part. I feel he was an indoor cat that got kicked out. He has free range of the 2nd story of the house and is only confined to bathroom when I have to bring my puppy upstairs to bed at night as Shadow, the cat, sits by the door to the stairs and the dogs are too afraid to come up. Once they're upstairs they're fine. My only problem is that he absolutely will not stop sneak attacking me when I walk by, primarily when I'm by his food bowls. I set him up in a bathroom so I could keep him safe from my dogs until they got used to one another and in typical cat fashion every time I go to walk anywhere he insists on walking in front of me, which means I can't leave the bathroom without his presence and nearly every time he attacks/claws/swipes at my feet and legs. He's going in to be neutered tomorrow, being checked for possible ringworm, given his vax, and wormed. So I'm hoping behavioral/wellness related issues that could be causing this will be taken care of but is there something I'm missing? I've considered a spray bottle or even a swiffer duster to swat him with lightly. I'm primarily concerned cause I have young nephews and don't want them being harassed needlessly. Anyone have thoughts as to what may be causing this besides not feeling well or hormones, etc?
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2021.12.06 23:34 Mission_Tomorrow_674 Witch dream match would you pick to happen

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2021.12.06 23:34 IlIMitchyIlI Finally Got The Character I’ve Always Wanted. Now I Just Need Savage Grenadier Elite.

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2021.12.06 23:34 ScarHydreigon87 Ryoga Shindai VS Bianka Ataegina

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2021.12.06 23:34 Armenoid The second bake on our new ooni is better than the first

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2021.12.06 23:34 4StringSwing What do y'all think I should focus on?

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2021.12.06 23:34 leschan1218 IL+ stat being counted?

I thought IL+ stats are not counted? Could you please take a look at league #46295
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2021.12.06 23:34 proper_maniac I suffer from severe anxiety. Is there anything you can recommend me to fall asleep easier?

I have been receiving treatment for major depression and GAD. My depression symptoms have finally mostly disappeared but anxiety remains especially sleep anxiety. I'm on Efexor 150mg, sulprid 50mg. mianserin 30mg. 10 mg melatonin.I drink herbal teas every night such as chamomile, lemon balm, ginger, green tea, cinnamon, linden, basil, licorice and honey. I mix all of them only 1 cup every night. none of these have helped me fall asleep better. I work rotating shifts and I'm a night owl, I stay up until too late and sleep during the day. Sometimes it takes 1 2 hours for me to fall asleep. Should I ask my psychiatrist to consider stronger drugs like valium?
Slightly elevated cholesterol and blood sugar.
I vape.
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2021.12.06 23:34 ThePeculiarWanderer Accidentally retrieved my old account (late 2019). I wonder if I would be able to retrieve my first Sky account, you know, the other Sky game, the one that is not MMO (if IRC).

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2021.12.06 23:34 asspatty Flashing lights->2009

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2021.12.06 23:34 YouHateToSeeIt3 In need of Trangs belt on PS5.

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