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2021.12.04 13:19 assasjn101 (NG)(BL23)(BSB)(keenano135)

2021.12.04 13:19 clip_mirror_bot Nick's Spotify Wrapped Leaked

2021.12.04 13:19 Tall-Jellyfish0201 Can setting sprays cause breakouts?

Very recently I got the the Wet n wild matte finish setting spray. The first two times I used it, I didn’t really breakout. However now everytime I end up using it I’m greeted with 2-3 acne and occasionally CCs. It took me a while to figure out this setting spray was the culprit.
I love the finish and how it sets my makeup but terrified to use it again. Any matte setting spray recommendations for oily acne prone skin are welcome.

2021.12.04 13:19 Low_Machine_1718 The monthly pinned event thread would be cool to have back for the holiday season

2021.12.04 13:19 helpfulgalz2 The knitting memes have begun - "We were doing the most intense fight scenes on set and you used to come to set to watch quite a lot. And I'd be there, blood all over my face, I've been fighting The Goblin and I'd turn around and you'd just be there knitting."

2021.12.04 13:19 Moondog743 Cauchy's convergence criterion

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Hi everyone,
There is one part I don't understand properly. "Then all numbers u_N, u_{N+1},... lie in a finite interval".
So, why do they include the member u_N? I mean for some eps>0 we can find a N depending on eps. Let's fix this N and for example we can also fix some q=N+1,
then for all p>N we have u_p in (u_{N+1}-eps, u_{N+1}+eps). So this is an infinite and bounded interval but it doesn't contain u_N. Especially is the distance between u_p and u_{N+1} >= eps. Or it is just a typo?

2021.12.04 13:19 Kuszh My friend and i sent the post to eachother in the same second

2021.12.04 13:19 leirbag_yballul Gol perdido do Diogo Jota

2021.12.04 13:19 cris8215 What the hell happened to titanfall?

So I'm not a titanfall player but I have seen spruce of news here and there and I'm here to ask what the hell happened I'm lose on this one and as a side question does apex have anything to do with this ?

2021.12.04 13:19 Turbulent_Reveal_737 new tiktok account. tried to upload a profile photo and said banned.

Downloaded Tiktok today. When I tried to upload my first profile photo it said "violation of multiple community standards can not update profile photo.". I linked with my Facebook profile, I'm wondering if it blocked me because I'm at the shooting range in my Facebook profile photo?

2021.12.04 13:19 ObamaInAToaster21 Who do you know that is named after a movie star/character?

2021.12.04 13:19 ArtisticSubstance785 What scps are in the UK?

2021.12.04 13:19 MyDaisyBleedsCrimson 😢

I know your gone. Always sad to say goodbye, but I tell myself its ta ta for now. Ily, I will miss you until your return. Remember love, my world doesn't turn when your not in it.

2021.12.04 13:19 Noooronly555 Aluminum Solar Swimming Inground Pool Cover Reel Set (21FT, Blue). Price is \$180. USA testers Dm me

2021.12.04 13:19 reed50505 The whole market is down… buy and HODL!

2021.12.04 13:19 TheAssassinGoat Least gay Warriors fan

2021.12.04 13:19 XdemomanX is there a hope for calamitymod mobile?

I know it hard for calamitymod to be added to mobile. But I'm really want to see it real because there aren't a lot of good mod in terraria mobile.

2021.12.04 13:19 jano4sho My lucky everyday carry coin. My Nixon dollar.

2021.12.04 13:19 throw-away-1776-wca By all means, stay in this cozy closet- I mean coffin

2021.12.04 13:19 katasylic Should I go to school next year or keep working?

So I'm 19 and when I graduated high school in 2020, I made it a point to take a year off to work and so far I've been enjoying working and living alone & whatnot. I'm pretty well off on my own and financially independent. However, my family is really centered around education and I'm making plans to be going to school next year but I'm really hesitant about it because of the financial burden it's going to have on me. If I was going to school, I'd either being going into psychology which hopefully lets me segue into the anesthesiology route or criminal justice which can let me segue into law. Succeeding in my programs isn't what I'm worried about but moreso surrendering my freedom for 4 years and putting myself in financial burden. I'm not sure what the best course of action is.

2021.12.04 13:19 anonymouspotatoskins Any serious Lego collectors here?

 My family is facing many issues right now and I'm looking to offload my Lego collection to offset medical costs etc. I have 2 of the Lego advent calendars (75146) and one of the Lego Doctor Who Tardis (21304) which are NIB but all other sets are assembled and placed in storage containers. Have all boxes that have been stored flat with the manuals and all are in great condition. Prices aren't firm but are pretty reasonable with current values. Prefer to sell in bulk and would definitely give a discount if bought that way. I would appreciate it greatly if this could be left up for a bit. Thanks! ​ https://preview.redd.it/qlvm93hiwj381.png?width=601&format=png&auto=webp&s=38e667b4a79e812f3da9b513f9e7b3ece4b4cc20 submitted by anonymouspotatoskins to batonrouge [link] [comments]

2021.12.04 13:19 Amona-saleh1 Superb Owl

2021.12.04 13:19 CrustyCatheter I have 100K Ultimate Rewards points with my Chase Sapphire Reserve card. How am I supposed to "use" them?

I got a Chase Sapphire Reserve (CSR) card around the end of 2019. I got the card because I was told it was good for travelers and I was anticipating a lot of travel in the near couple of years. Unfortunately, shortly after I got the card was when COVID hit and we all know how that affected travel plans (especially international travel). Despite this, I still use the card a lot and I have earned around 100K Ultimate Rewards points. I don't really have any experience in redeeming credit card points but according to people I have talked to that is a significant amount.
Apparently, there are multiple ways to redeem my CSR points and I don't understand how to use them. I know that I earn more points through "travel" purchases but supposedly the points are also worth more if they are redeemed on travel purchases. How do I actually take advantage of that? If I go to rent a car can I say at the counter "please use the points on this card", or do I need to apply in advance to apply the points on some known upcoming purchase? Supposedly I have some VIP pass to airport lounges but I don't know how to use that either. Can I just walk up to the lounge and show them my card or do I need to schedule some time in advance that I will be reporting there? I know that there is also a \$300 "travel credit" but looking at my statements it seems like Chase just automatically withdraws money from that \$300 to reimburse arbitrary purchases that I make; I am apparently not choosing when and where that \$300 gets spent.
What is the actual mechanical process of redeeming points on a CSR card? Are there "better" or "worse" ways of doing it, value-wise? I'm sorry that this is probably a very silly question to those who are much more experienced than me.

2021.12.04 13:19 Interesting_Day_7734 Is this week's crash because of the Ghislaine Maxwell trial?

Seriously, there's obviously blame somewhere!

2021.12.04 13:19 RedEagle_MGN I studied the "Metaverse" for 8 years and here's what I concluded:

Preface: The Metaverse is a hypothetical version of the internet in which 3D avatars navigate a 3D space. Companies envision this world to be one where most people will live most of the most meaningful parts of their life in the future.
1. The Metaverse is not possible with mouse and keyboard As Metaverse enthusiasts, it's important to remember that we are likely the top 0.1% of computer users. Most people are confused by technology, overwhelmed by options and worried if they push the wrong button they will destroy something.
Chrome added a copy and paste feature to the menu because people couldn't discover how to copy and paste.
Since the Metaverse simulates the countless possibilities of physical life, the complexity of the user interface gets out of hand quickly.
I remember testing out Second Life and accidentally taking off my pants and being unable to put them back on for 20 minutes.
Clearly, mouse and keyboard would not be a sufficient way of interacting with the metaverse.

2. No significant social organization arises out of putting people in a virtual space 18 years ago, Second Life came out and the hype around the Metaverse future was just as real back then as it is today. You can visit the empty government buildings, brand showcases and cities to get a taste of the forgotten glory.
Time and time again people have been put together in a virtual space, and we still went back to physical life for real connections.
We have to ask ourselves, why did we leave virtual worlds and go back to physical life?

3. The nature of virtual spaces leads to shallow relationships The great benefits of any relationship are usually found in the most challenging operations of cooperation, marriage is a great example. Dating is exciting but sharing a life with someone is deeply sacrificial and yet, the benefits of marriage are enormous.
In digital worlds we scarcely invest as heavily in relationships as in physical life. When we can go anywhere, be with anyone it's easy to constantly look for greener grass.
This problem is accentuated by the ability to change your name/avatar at will. When people can burn others and simply change their identity to escape consequences, they do. Investing in a real reputation and a single identity is the first step to solving this issue.
4. The Metaverse will arise from a gaming world In digital worlds, we find ourselves mixed in with people from different cultures who have different values and interests. By contrast, in physical life we are naturally segmented with people who are more likely to share our values and ideas.
Gaming has the power to break ice between people and therefore has intrinsic utility to the Metaverse.
By using gamification we can organize and connect people of similar interests and values in a virtual space.
Not only that, gaming has the power to get people to relax. Human beings don’t develop meaningful friendships when forced into it. This is what social games and “virtual life” games often get wrong. Actual gameplay builds the context we need to relax and have a conversation to find people we are compatible with.

5. Reciprocating facial expressions are necessary for cooperative human behavior If you've ever lifted a baby and smiled at it, you know that facial expressions are deeply embedded in how we communicate. When we hurt someone's feelings, their facial expressions changes and, as we reciprocate their facial expressions, our body produces the same emotions as we make that individual feel. This acts as a natural tempering of our behaviour that we don't get when we communicate over the internet.

6. The network effect would eventually push everyone to a single virtual world A long time ago, there was a single company that dominated the telephone market. To call anybody who was the customer of the company you needed to have a phone that was with that same company, phones were not interoperable. Today, if you want to contact somebody on Facebook, you need Facebook to do so. This is how social networks defend their intellectual property.
Meta executive Jason Rubin:
“The first metaverse that gains real traction is likely to the be the last,” Rubin wrote. “We must act first, and go big, or we risk being one of those wannabes.” - CNBC
The network effect is a scary prospect because it means that there will likely be only one Metaverse to rule them all in the end.

7. Customization is the enemy of usability It's fascinating to bump into so many people who share the idea that no corporation should control the future of human interaction. However, it's laughable that we're using the same ill-advised ideas that allowed Facebook, Google and apps to dominate when it comes to this next chapter.
One of the reasons that Facebook overtook MySpace was that MySpace allowed people to customize their profile infinitely. This led to a myriad of different user interfaces, confusing navigation and a poor user experience.
Just imagine a myriad of virtual worlds all with their own user interface, controls and standards. The experience of travelling from world to world would be like being born all over again and having to learn how to read and write.
Therefore, the virtual world must have a single user experience to reach mass adoption.

8. The Metaverse has the power to become a dystopian nightmare As the network effect brings everyone to a single Metaverse, the potential for the abuse of power will be astronomical. The Metaverse will understand where you are, who you are with and even what you look at.
AI will be able to process that data to better understand you than you yourself and data is the first step toward oppression.
Utilizing all this data, powerful individuals will have the ability to suppress dissent, identify people of contrarian opinion etc.
Moreover, if we begin to fool ourselves that we can agree on morals and values, those who disagree with the mainstream will live in constant fear of losing their friends, job and opportunities if they are banned from the Metaverse.
P.S. I am not a financial adviser.