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Orangutan at Houston Zoo. oly m1.2 Oly 40-150mm

2021.12.04 03:48 erirod Orangutan at Houston Zoo. oly m1.2 Oly 40-150mm

Not a bad snap for a $99 lens. Looking for a longer lens soon. Happy weekend everyone!
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2021.12.04 03:48 lifedruid Home server

Hello everyone!
I would like some advice: i have a dell wyse 5070 which i currently use as a emby server on openmediavault. I have a 2TB external Hdd and an external ssd with the OS attached to it. I want to use it to also stock files like photos, documents and other things to free up my computers. But at the moment i am afraid to do so because the hdd might fail. So i thaught of getting another hdd (a NAS one this time). The questions are: 1. Should i use the nas hdd for 24/7 uptime and the external hdd as a backup drive and sync them 2-3 times a week or make a raid 1 array? 2. Is it ok to get a hdd enclosure with a separate power cord or should i get an enclosure with 2 bays and wait for the external hdd to fail and the buy another internal hdd.? I also have a computer power source and a computer case plus 8gb of ddr3 ram and wondered if i could build a NAS ? Which option would be cheaper and which more efficient
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2021.12.04 03:48 gcinema for those of you having consistently great semesters at cal, how?

i've had some really amazing semesters (mental health-wise) at berkeley but also really not amazing semesters & this semester just happens to be a really not amazing semester. factors contributing to whether i have a great semester or not include but are not limited to: the courses i choose to take and their balance, having a healthy routine that works for me, etc. in other words, optimizing my environment so i set myself up for success. but i find that that's not always easy especially since so many things change semester to semester. out of curiosity: for those of you who've consistently had amazing semesters all across the board, how've you managed to do so? going into the spring semester, what steps do you think i can take to ensure that i'm not in as bad of a mental place as i have been this fall? sorry if this q's kind of a downer, i just want to be the best possible advocate for myself.
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2021.12.04 03:48 StationChunga Looking for the "lot lizard" video

There's a chance that Tony didn't make the video but I think it was him. Its the one where he goes "yo go down to the nearest Lot and get yourself a Lot Lizard".
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2021.12.04 03:48 SixteenTimesTheTodd Praise Todd Howard

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2021.12.04 03:48 SixteenTimesTheTodd Praise Todd Howard

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2021.12.04 03:48 SixteenTimesTheTodd Praise Todd Howard

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2021.12.04 03:48 spa06jc Single player Switch characters ‘failing to join’ games?

Anyone else experiencing this? Just tried loading up a few of my older mules to transfer some items and straight after the load screen I get ‘failed to join’ message and it takes me back to character selection. Workarounds would be appreciated as have quite a few items on them…
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2021.12.04 03:48 HitlerUchiha Mizkif breaks Leslie's setup

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2021.12.04 03:48 nazgulonbicycle ESPN CricInfo at it again

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2021.12.04 03:48 SixteenTimesTheTodd Praise Todd Howard

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2021.12.04 03:48 bloop376 21m voicechat needed please

I’m going through a heavy loss and I could just use someone to vent to about it. I really wanna voice chat cause it’s easier then texting my thoughts, but it’s kinda heavy so if your willing please hmu I could use an ear.
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2021.12.04 03:48 SeminolesRenegade That radio DJ you hear might already be a robot

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2021.12.04 03:48 ThatOtherSilentOne The activity must flow

Joined because no one else had and it deserved some attention. Never played the game, but gradually built up a near complete collection over the years. Only one card left that I have no copies of and a small number of others with less than four (all Thunder at Twilight). Finally time to play around with deck building and potentially try to nudge someone else over here to play (combining my extra cards with a small collection they bought back when the game was new but probably never even looked at since that day). May finally get it played, though not likely to ever be more than 2 players.
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2021.12.04 03:48 Asaka_kmnr Opinion | How a new NASA mission could stop humans going the way of the dinosaurs

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2021.12.04 03:48 micheleskater Comprehensive TA of the Stock Market

Hi everyone.
I wanted to make this post due to the obscene amount of "buy the dip," "what do i buy," and "here's a list of what to buy " posts; the greed in the air is absurd. The comments on every post, green or red day, have the current form: "hmmmmm what are we buying? what's a good long-term buy?" Few comments I see realize what's ahead. Pullbacks in the market are directly attributed to news as being a CAUSE not a CATALYST.
So, I would like to comment on the overall state of the market, where it's heading, and perhaps on the amount of different perspectives about the market sharply decreasing. It may be a lengthy post, but I heavily recommend you consider this point of view. Here, I present you with many charts supporting the fact that a major crash (not a pullback) is coming, and that "buying the dips" too early will erase the profits you obtained these past couple years.
I want to start off by showing you the VIX chart since the covid crash, it's a 30-day running volatility index. It's breaking out of the pattern that has formed since pandemic has begun. Now take a look at the zoomed out VIX chart, it'll give you an idea of what you would see on this chart in case the market gets into dangerous territory.
Moving onto the stock market, I'd like to show you some short and long-term patterns developing on indices, individual stocks, and the market as a whole.
First, here's the SPY trend that has developed since the pandemic begun. This pattern has not broken yet, but the momentum looks like it's moving into the dangerous sell area (below 0). I only show you this unbroken pattern so that you can carefully watch the development of the market. Now zoom out to see the entirety of SPY's price action. The highlights and ratios are Fibonacci retracement ratios, they're simply mathematical ratios (developed from the Fibonacci sequence) that appear with a strangely-high frequency in nature, price movements of assets, and other areas of life. Anyway, I want to point out that the major major support that SPY has is at the price level of the 2000 and 2008 highs (somewhere around the $160ish area, a 65% pullback. That mark is the best case end-scenario for a market "pullback"/"crash" that we are looking at here, in my opinion. A smaller drop off sets the charts up for a larger drop later on, and a more violent drop (simply a retest of the 1994-2008 lows of SPY, i.e. $80ish) would still fit a "very long term bullish american economy" type of scenario (and is a very real possibility if fear overtakes folks enough).
Let's switch our attention to QQQ, the tech trust. Here's the entire price history of QQQ, in one chart. The case 1 support I have drawn up in the chart is very very likely not going to be the final bottom of the crash, but could very well be the relief area once things do start crashing. As you can see though, QQQ is in a parabolic state right now -- here the gains you miss out on by exiting early are the greatest, but the so is the risk of you staying in each one of those trades. As uncertainty grows, the investing and the gambling games start seeming more and more the same. Here's the chart of TQQQ. For those who do not know, it aims to reflect the daily returns on QQQ threefold. I saw many posts and comments saying they buy TQQQ on dips, and that TQQQ is up 20000% in a decade, so why wouldn't someone just buy TQQQ and wait. Please look up leveraged ETFs and try to understand that losses are amplified SIGNIFICANTLY in any of those types of ETFs, and they WILL get brought down painfully low during the incoming crash/pullback/whatever you want to call it.
It's very important to understand that price action is like the motion of a pendulum, it oscillates around a "fair value/price" (which also moves in a longer-term cycle); it's important to remember that the pendulum always eventually swings back to that "fair" value that noone technically knows for sure. What's also important is that swings do not ever stop at the actual fair value, they swing past with momentum, and the more violent the swing one way (regardless of whether it's up or down), the more violent the swing back will be.
Anyway, we can also go ahead and look at individual stocks. Let's take one of the strongest of them all, GOOGL. Even this stock has had parabolic price action since becoming public. As you can see, even this strong stock has some room to drop off (perhaps the chart does imply this is one of those tickers that would do slightly better than the market in cases of a crash). The momentum on this has STARTED to slow down, but has not gone to the sale side of price action just yet, implying that we are starting to find the top, and slow down in the price discovery.
There's a point I also wanted to make about banking and financial institution stock tickers, as I hear the general way of reasoning here be something along the lines of "interest rates will be going up, that directly benefits these institutions/companies." While that line may be true, it's not the factor that most importantly decides which way the stock ticker will move. In the case of a crash/pullback, everything gets entangled. Specifically, we can look at Bank of America as a good example here. This is one of the "strong stock" charts with the most concerning volume development, in my opinion. The absurd divergence has lasted well over a decade, and while BAC hasn't found it's very clear top/peak, we can see that that peak in price is nearby (if it hasn't already happened ofcourse, but I doubt it for this chart). I also am very weary of these types of banking stocks being around the peak prices of 1999-2008 era, combined with the volume divergence I was talking about, as well as the growing greed of everyday investors.
Alright, now I'd like to take a moment and direct your attention to the DXY chart; this is the dollar currency index, it's basically the value of the US dollar, measured against a basket of other world currencies. The break above 93.5 on this chart is where we first saw the market pull back slightly more than was expected by the average trader. Long term, I see two cases related to what happens to the US dollar. I won't comment on what would cause either of the cases; however, from the viewpoint of technical analysis, a major move is expected on this DXY chart in the coming years/decade. The FED has been printing money for almost a full year now, here's a chart quantifying that printed amount. To add, here's a picture of annual inflation reports each month, showing obviously-dangerous levels of inflation. I don't have much comment to make here, but do be aware of this information please.
As my final couple points, I want to emphasize that I see everyone's points and strategies getting more and more similar; it's incredibly dangerous to blindly buy the dip or follow the general public, consider revising the possible perspectives on this issue. As you see people's emotions swinging more and more wildly side to side, you should be getting more and more cautious about the state of the current markets.
PLEASE CONSIDER READING THIS: there's a book called "a random walk down wall street." In the first chapter, it outlines the major bubbles in the past couple centuries. It's worth a read. Highly recommend.
HERE is a great chart that Robert Prechter put together (the guy behind Elliott Wave Theory). There is a video out there where he talks about what a Fibonacci pattern he notices in the market. Look it up if you are interested, I am not allowed to give you the link here.
TLDR: This is the time to be CAUTIOUS in the market, regardless of which market you are talking about. If you have unrealized profits on the table, consider securing a portion (perhaps a majority) of those profits. If you are facing a negative return on any position, do not close your phone or uninstall your app to simply wait for a year; you MUST reevaluate your positions, and adjust accordingly. Do not panic, but remember to stay weary of the "heard" mentality about markets -- the market always finds a way to humble its investors.
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2021.12.04 03:48 SixteenTimesTheTodd Praise Todd Howard

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2021.12.04 03:48 Naowo18 Does anyone here hate Akechi? If you do, why?

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