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2021.09.22 17:16 jeron_gwendolen Why are Reddit mods so arrogant and haughty?

OF COURSE there are exceptions, but according to my experience there are more bad mods than good ones. It seems like they think they are better and way precious than a usual normal Reddit user.
Did I just get mainly bad experience whereas most Reddit mods tend to be pleasant and nice people?
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2021.09.22 17:16 eegsadtfrgs School prepares you to be a good wage slave the

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2021.09.22 17:16 Flustered-Lips The Difference between Ti and Te?

Iโ€™m asking this one the ENTJ subreddit and this one. Iโ€™ve been rethinking my MBTI again, and I was sure about it beforehand. Any help is appreciated.
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2021.09.22 17:16 monica-geller2004 What lie did your parents tell you that you believed for a really long time before realizing the truth?

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2021.09.22 17:16 RembrandtSucks Unexplained Muscle Pain

(22F) I woke up yesterday and it felt like I had strained every muscle in my body. After a few hours, I realized it was only my thighs, glutes, upper arms, and neck. It is more than a soreness but is not a sharp pain. It is the worst in my inner thighs, glutes, and neck. It is sore when in a resting position and INCREDIBLY uncomfortable and painful when I flex/contract them. My discomfort is significant enough that I am here asking for your help.
I walk between 1.5 and 2 miles a day and have for over a month. This is my main source of exercise so I know I did not over-exert them. I have had no changes in diet or medication, routine, or stress level. I tested negative for Covid and do not have any other symptoms.
I am a 5'5 132lb 22-year-old white female. I have severe ADHD, Bipolar II, and Generalized Anxiety Disorder. These conditions are well managed with medication (dexmethylphenidate (20mg), bupropion (300mg), lamotrigine (100mg)). I also take birth control (Yaz) and Spironolactone (100mg) for irregulapainful periods and severe hormonal cystic acne. I also use 5% dapsone gel (am) and Akleif (trifarotene) 0.005% (pm) for acne. The only medication I have started in the last 12 months is dexmethylphenidate (Focalin) for my ADHD (started approx 2 months ago). I do use marijuana to manage my anxiety/panic attacks because I was tired of using benzos (used lorazepam for 5 years until I started smoking last year). I do not have any history of illicit drug use/abuse/addiction.
I do have a family history of autoimmune conditions. My father (57M) has ankylosing spondylitis, my sister (20F) has psoriasis, and my brother (23M) had reactive arthritis as a child (locked knees, excruciating pain in knees, believed to be caused by strep). I also had a swollen thyroid of unknown origin as a child (approx 4-6 years old).
I am in college and my primary care provider is 5 hours away in my hometown. I am planning to see an urgent care provider tomorrow. If you have any suggestions or advice or questions I should ask my doctor, I would greatly appreciate your help. Thank you.
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2021.09.22 17:16 Ashamed_Falcon_9802 Do you know what last time happend after it tanked to 7?

Within two days it jumped to 18โ€ฆ๐Ÿ˜ just sayingโ€ฆ history repeat itselfโ€ฆ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ’Ž๐Ÿ™Œ $WKHS
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2021.09.22 17:16 Exastiken UN health agency sets higher, tougher bar for air quality

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2021.09.22 17:16 prawnbiryani ๐Ÿ’—โ˜๐Ÿฆ๐ŸŒธ๐Ÿง๐Ÿค๐Ÿฆฉ

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2021.09.22 17:16 67ITCH The Ninja class is almost dead. So, I don't care anymore...

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2021.09.22 17:16 richardswang Juco recruiting

My fellow redditers, what's your guys stances on recruiting jucos...I personally use them at positions that might need a year of development if a redshirt underclassmen is going to be a starter or at bottom tier group of 5 school to get them competitive sooner.
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2021.09.22 17:16 bot_neen En breve finalizarรก el subsidio de energia electrica.

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2021.09.22 17:16 Responsible-Sound889 Igstory

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2021.09.22 17:16 Barzooooka I did the mix on this myself. Can i get some feedback on it? Kinda fire tho...?

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2021.09.22 17:16 Witty-Engineer LPT: If you are a person that gives unsolicited advice often and want to stop. Tell other or people you are close to that thusbis a problem you have and that you want to stop. Then come up with a word that let other tell you are giving unwanted advise without them launching into a conversation

I had a friend that was a habitual advise giver and most times it was unwanted or unhelpful (not on purpose just it was just a bad habit). He came to me and said "hey I know I give advise that is unwanted or that it my be not as helpful as I was hoping. So to help me would you say muskrat anytime you think I am doing that." I agreed and believe it or not it actually helped him and he was happy that he was not that guy in the office any more. I think this technique can work on many different issue but in this case it worked great. I will say if you do this you can't get upset when someone says the word. You have to realize that they are your friend and they want you to be a better person and happier. Hope this help someone else like it helped my friend and myself.
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2021.09.22 17:16 jjfrl Remember to check your headphones

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2021.09.22 17:16 avan295 Buying a Laundromat/Washateria by borrowing from House Equity?

My dad passed away a while back leaving me, my mom, and my brother a paid-off home worth $230,000. My mom works as a server at a restaurant and my brother works at Amazon as a driver. I am currently going to college and have a part-time job. I see my mom work a lot from 9:00 A.M to 9:00 P.M and it's taking a toll on her and was wondering should we get a loan from our home (Maybe $100,000) and use it as a down payment to buy a laundromat so that My mom and brother could work for themselves rather than for someone else? My dad was a former Dry Cleaners owner so I saw how tough the Industry is. Can someone tell me the Pros and Cons? I know from former experience that the machines from Dry Cleaners/Laundromats tend to need a lot of maintenance and people who use them don't really give a sht about them so those are some cons. I forgot to mention we have about $80,000 saved up too from savings so we can use that towards buying the business.
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2021.09.22 17:16 Ticklemynunu Do Epic traits stack?

Just a quick question, if I have Epic Trait: Fire Warder, will it stack if I have multiple of it in the final room of a defence?
For clarity Iโ€™m making an undead fort, and donโ€™t want the last guy to be steamrolled by fire, cheers!
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2021.09.22 17:16 bundle-of-Hers What's your favorite?

I personally prefer Potions Master Draco. Hyperfocused, rolled up sleeves Draco? Yes please give me 10 of that. What do you mean my standard is too low. Draco IS the standard ๐Ÿ˜†
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2021.09.22 17:16 not_poppy My favorite film review of all time.

Bollywood disaster movie (Filed: 12/07/2002)
Devdas is a remake of one of India's most popular films and the most expensive ever produced in Bombay. It's also embarrassingly bad, says Sukhdev Sandhu
Devdas (PG cert, 178 min)
Canny shoppers who live in west London often spend their Sunday afternoons on Southall Broadway. The jammed roads point to the fact that you can get pretty much anything there at ultra-cheap prices: clothes, Indian foods, films. Especially films. Turbanned guys, veritable Sikh Del Boys in their knock-off Hilfiger sweatshirts and wide-boy patter, sidle up to idle customers: "You like Hindi film? Plenty here. VHS, DVD. Anything you want. They're from Canada - excellent quality, you know. Two for ร‚ยฃ15." If they haven't got the title you're after, they'll make sure it's in next week. "No problems, no?"
Devdas which stars Madhuri Dixit as a beautiful courtesan, may be colourful and tumultuous, but the spectacle does not make up for an absence of soul It certainly is a problem for the Bombay film industry, which has long been trying to crack down on the huge counterfeit market. Contrary to press reports suggesting that Denise Van Outen prancing about in a Kama Sutra print dress amounts to a meaningful blow for Bollywood, it has been hard economics that have driven its recent prominence in the West. Movie studios know that costlier ticket prices outside India mean they need audiences only a tenth of their normal size for their films to recoup their costs.
A lot of industry hopes are resting on Devdas. It's the most expensive film ever shot in India. The first mainstream Hindi film to have been screened in Cannes, starring box-office honeys such as the former Miss World Aishwarya Rai and Benicio del Toro lookalike Shah Rukh Khan, it's also a remake of one of the most popular Indian movies ever made.
Devdas (Khan) is an uppity young man from the landowning class who from an early age has been in love with the less socially elevated Paro (Rai). They tease each other and fight. When he hits Paro, it feels to her like a kiss.
Sent away to be educated in London, he returns to find that his autocratic and snobbish parents have barred him from marrying her because she's not genteel enough. She gets wed to an aristocratic widower, who is still in love with his dead wife, while Devdas turns to beer and brothels. A beautiful courtesan called Chandramukhi (Madhuri Dixit) is enamoured of him, but he is paralysed - without soul, intent, purpose. Eventually, there is a rapprochement of sorts between the three young people, but they are all doomed never to be with the person they most desire.
Originally a popular Bengali novel by Sarat Chandra Chatterjee, Devdas was made into two famous films by P C Barua and Bimal Roy, in 1935 and 1955 respectively, both offer visions of love quite as wonderful, melancholic and romantic as, say, Gone With the Wind or In a Lonely Place. They were subtle, naturalistic films that eschewed the stagey histrionics of early Indian cinema. Would that the same could be said of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's new version. Produced, appropriately enough, by MegaBollywood Pvt Ltd, it's a bombastic and lumberingly industrial work that should embarrass all those involved in its making.
The chief problem with Devdas is watching it. It looks absolutely horrid. The interiors are appealing - if you're Imelda Marcos. The two lovers' families' homes are crammed with fountains, grand pianos, friezes and four-poster beds. The courtyards are gold and marble. Paro spends half the film running through endless corridors, her gaudy jewellery and bracelets jangling as she does so. A gloopy, jelabi-orange finish has been given to everything and everyone. This isn't to convey the charmlessness of the bourgeoisie. Rather, it's the work of a set designer whose idea of sophistication appears to have been drawn from Ferrero Rocher ads. In this lavish la-la land where even Calcutta's red-light area looks like a tourist resort, poverty has been aestheticised. The gap between rich and poor, so central to this story of romance stymied by social inequality, is rendered invisible.
The saving grace of many recent Bollywood films has been their soundtracks. It's been their bane, too, for the music too often takes precedence over plotting or character. Here, most of Ismail Darbar's songs are a frightening marriage of Enya-style folk-lite wibbling and faux-Riverdance hippety-hopping. Bad news is accompanied by ludicrous synth-whip sounds.
Such OTT cacophony is in keeping with the acting in this film which, with the exception of the ever-beguiling Dixit, is risible. Rai, dimply and doe-eyed, coos and trills like an asthmatic mynah bird. There's no chemistry between her and Khan who, like the rest of the cast, has apparently been told to perform like a second-rate mime artist: sadness is connoted by a clutched brow, happiness by a clutched stomach. Excitation and exaggeration are the stock emotional responses throughout the film. Swoon follows rapture, rapture swoon. The quality of the dialogue is best conveyed by an early exchange after Devdas returns home from London: "Have you brought me a big foreign watch?" "No, but I bring fortuitous times."
Devdas is set in the Calcutta of the 1930s, but it fails to evoke any sense of time or space. It gives its audience a tacky, cartoon version of Bollywood. Colourful and tumultuous it my be, but its preoccupation with spectacle does not make up for the absence of soul.
For that you should check out the Bimal Roy version which is now available on DVD. And, if it's good contemporary Bollywood films you're after you might want to turn to Dil Se or Lagaan. This movie, though, smells of contrivance and boardroom opportunism. It wastes the talent of its cast. How, you wonder, can a film so expensive seem so cheap?
That's not a charge one could ever level at Satyajit Ray, the great Bengali director, currently the subject of a major retrospective at the National Film Theatre. It covers almost his whole career - the uproarious kids' film The Adventures of Goopy and Bagha (1960), new prints of such understated gems as Days and Nights in the Forest (1969), his version of Ibsen's An Enemy of the People (1989).
Though he is sometimes perceived as a chronicler of rural peasantry, the range of this season shows us that he was equally acute, often wittily so, in his depictions of modern-day city life and middle-class India.
His films are at all times rooted in precisely-observed communities. Landscapes are rendered tactile. Of crystalline grace, every scene is full of tiny bewitchments and epiphanies. His characters may be poor and withered, but in their dreams - of writing poetry, escaping the slums, getting a better job - their quiet, resourceful dignity is honoured.
"Most stories rehash old stories," says Hari in Pather Panchali. That is something that Satyajit Ray, unlike the makers of Devdas, never did.
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2021.09.22 17:16 ShortAlgo $BOH Waiting for Buy signal on BOH with

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2021.09.22 17:16 FishMonkeyCow Richland Gardens, Hong Kong [Mavicpro2]

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2021.09.22 17:16 Bigbbot I need to finish no simp september first

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2021.09.22 17:16 KillerDragonKJ H: A trade on Discord W: A courier for it please.

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