2021.10.18 07:16 slykethephoxenix Puppy dog eyes
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2021.10.18 07:16 Coreboii That's what she said!!
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2021.10.18 07:16 pinklobotomy If this is what I had to wake up to, I’d stay asleep forever
2021.10.18 07:16 Maths___Man Neon Oxide does not exist, it cannot hurt you. Neon oxide.....
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2021.10.18 07:16 Rrroxy Two of my favorite Naruto cakes I've made! Which do you like better?
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2021.10.18 07:16 Mc_Neil_Tough_79 I can’t be the only person that thinks of this guy and urinating tree after a Steelers win or loss right?
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2021.10.18 07:16 succulent_dad [OC] Longhorn vs Texas Roadhouse vs Outback Steakhouse Locations
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2021.10.18 07:16 Kay03xo I was harassed and I’m not sure if I deserved it?
Hello I just want to try to tell this story to see if I was generally in the wrong??
So in July of 2021 I (18F) went to a firework shoot with my cousin, T (21F) my uncle R (60?M), (they are not blood related to me just to clarify) her sister-in-law SIL (34F), my cousin’s brother B (34M) and their kids; E(18M), K(13M), J(9M). Along with some guy I don’t know who is SILs friend, D (34M). So at the time I was going through a breakup and T was being super mean to me. Her and I always scream and yell at each other (which has not happened in a long time and her and I apologized for our behavior) but at the time she was being sassy and rude to me so I wasn’t having it and I yelled at her. (To which of course nobody else saw her act the way she did towards me) so when I was away from the shooting line, I was back with E and D. D saw that E was wrestling with me (he and I talked about this which E apologized to me) and E pushed me down and D helped me up but then grabbed me and threw me to the floor. He also grabbed my wrists hard when I was jokingly reaching for his beard (this was before the throwing me down, he blamed it for me having the same stature as his ex boyfriend). SIL and B said that he did it because he was mad at me for ‘abusing’ T even though he doesn’t know her.
The only reason I bring this up now is because Thanksgiving is coming up and we had a conversation of no drama yet they still justified his actions? What do I even do? I’m also upset because T talks to D all the time even though he harassed me. I feel like I was the wrong one..
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2021.10.18 07:16 Silly-Marzipan5755 What are these used for? I wanna use it in a room for my kokomi but I have no idea how they are supposed to be used lmao
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2021.10.18 07:16 instant_snacc What are some good fillers to watch?
I've been watching naruto with my boyfriend but we haven't been able to complete it so I was wondering what are some filler episodes worth watching until we can continue. Can be naruto episodes or shippuden episodes.
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2021.10.18 07:16 cakebats I don’t want this
2021.10.18 07:16 DadJokeBadJoke Near the Summit of Carson Pass Hwy (Hwy 88), California.
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2021.10.18 07:16 Vellu01 Waitin'
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2021.10.18 07:16 thegabegomez What are some emo bands that have stood the test of time?
2021.10.18 07:16 OkIndependence322 In the calm before the superbug storm, the world needs to prepare
By Kevin Outterson Oct. 15, 2021
Failing to plan, it’s been said, is planning to fail. By this standard, the United States and other countries are planning for failure when it comes to preparing for the next public health crises, one of which will certainly be antimicrobial resistance, the phenomenon in which bacteria and fungi evolve to resist even the strongest treatments.
Covid-19 has demonstrated the catastrophic result of a virus catching the world unprepared. But over human history, bacteria have been our most dangerous foe. So it doesn’t make sense to me that the Biden administration recently released a pandemic preparedness plan that mentions the threat of antimicrobial resistance just once, and then only in passing.
This omission is ominous. Drug-resistant “superbugs” sicken nearly 3 million Americans each year and kill 35,000. Some experts estimate the real toll is much higher, with up to 162,000 Americans dying each year from antimicrobial resistance. An influential report commissioned by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the Wellcome Trust estimated this scourge could kill as many as 10 million people each year around the globe.
Much like Covid-19, antibiotic-resistant pathogens disproportionately affect vulnerable populations, including seniors. A new study from The Pew Charitable Trusts, University of Utah, and Infectious Diseases Society of America found that Americans aged 65 and above account for an estimated 40% of deaths related to antimicrobial resistance despite constituting just 15% of the U.S. population.
Much of modern medicine relies on the safety net of effective antibiotics. Surgeries, outpatient procedures, cancer treatments, and much more would be more dangerous without antibiotics. Infection is already the second leading cause of death for people with cancer.
Despite this grim news, we’re in the calm before the superbug storm. Because infections are evolving faster than scientists can invent new treatments, cases and deaths are expected to rise in the years ahead. The World Health Organization considers antimicrobial resistance to be a major global threat that will weaken, kill, and send millions of people into extreme poverty within this decade.
This storm is not a theoretical possibility. It will make landfall. How much damage it will do depends on whether our leaders recognize the danger and prepare for success.
With a new crisis emerging seemingly every day, political leaders have displayed little sense of urgency about this long-term threat. The number of new antibiotics being developed and brought to market has plummeted in recent decades. And among the 43 in development, none take aim at the “most dangerous bacteria,” according to a recent report from the World Health Organization. In fact, the last new class of antibiotics against the worst superbugs was discovered in 1962, when John F. Kennedy was in the White House.
Why so little progress against a demonstrable threat? The marketplace for antimicrobials is broken, even though they have transformed medicine and are valuable to society. That is because these drugs should be used sparingly to avoid the development of resistance. The prices of antimicrobials are surprisingly low. But low volumes and low prices make for bad business.
Companies are increasingly going bankrupt in the process of trying to square this circle. Sponsors of 41% of the new antibiotics approved by the FDA over the last decade have suffered a similar fate. Scientific breakthroughs are being ground to dust by terrible economics.
The economic incentives for developing new antimicrobial drugs must change if the world wants new weapons against superbugs.
There are solutions. A bipartisan bill, the PASTEUR Act (H.R. 3932 and S. 2076), has been introduced in Congress that would establish a Netflix-like subscription system under which the federal government would pay a flat fee to drug companies for pre-paid access to highly innovative antibiotics. This is similar to paying in advance to have the Federal Emergency Management Agency or local fire departments ready to respond to natural disasters and fires, investing in preparedness today for protection tomorrow. The PASTEUR Act smartly pays for preparedness, so the U.S. will be ready when the storm hits.
If we’ve learned nothing else from the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s become clear that although preparedness can seem expensive, it is actually wise investment. The cost of the PASTEUR Act is less than one latte per American each year. This money can be invested in preparedness today to save lives, and trillions of dollars, when the storm of antimicrobial resistance ultimately arrives in full force and targets the most vulnerable among us.
Kevin Outterson is the founder and executive director of CARB-X and a professor at Boston University School of Law. CARB-X is a global nonprofit partnership that focuses on supporting the developers of promising new antibiotics, diagnostics, and vaccines. It is funded by BARDA, the Wellcome Trust, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the governments of the United Kingdom and Germany. These opinions are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the views of CARB-X or any CARB-X funder.
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2021.10.18 07:16 Ponpoko33 My cat in the tub…
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2021.10.18 07:16 AbolfazlWinmo سم حق😂😂😂😂😂☢️
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2021.10.18 07:16 The_Franc Day 18 - Moon
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2021.10.18 07:16 wsppan Today In Phishstory - October 18th
# Today In Phishstory - October 18th Brought to you by tiph-bot. Beep.
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Gap Chart, Tour: 2016 Fall Tour
Set 1 : Chalk Dust Torture , Blaze On , Ghost , Lawn Boy , Halley's Comet > Sand , Tide Turns , 46 Days > Breath and Burning , Limb By Limb 1 > Cavern > Also Sprach Zarathustra
Set 2 : Julius > Fuego > My Friend, My Friend , Samson and Delilah 2 , Twist 3 > Miss You 4 , West L.A. Fadeaway 4 > Playing in the Band 5
Encore : Quinn the Eskimo 3
1 Lyrics changed to "Left is how we felt the Bern." 2 Phish debut; Bob Weir on guitar and vocals. 3 Bob Weir on guitar. 4 Bob Weir on guitar and vocals. 5 Phish debut; Bob Weir on guitar.
Twist - This "Twist" gets Weir'd from the beginning as the (new) band continues getting their sea legs, but once things get rolling, they stay Weir'd throughout in the best way possible. Not the deepest version ever, but must-hear nonetheless.
Playing in the Band - The only Phish version of "Playing in the Band" marks the peak of Bob Weir's Nashville sit-in. Upbeat and melodic, this jam serves as a nice reprisal of Trey's GD50 work.
Limb By Limb's lyrics were changed to "left is how we felt the Bern" in reference to Vermont senator Bernie Sanders. This show featured the Phish debuts of Samson and Delilah and Playing in the Band. West L.A. Fadeaway was last played October 6, 2000 (383 shows). Samson and Delilah through Playing in the Band featured Bob Weir on guitar. Weir also sang vocals on Samson and Delilah, Miss You, and West L.A. Fadeaway. The soundcheck's Blues Jam featured a verse of Funky Bitch from Trey and Walking Blues featured Weir on vocals.
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Gap Chart, Tour: 2014 Fall Tour
Set 1 : Cavern , Wilson > Rift , The Moma Dance , The Line , Sugar Shack , Lawn Boy , Kill Devil Falls , Wolfman's Brother , Sparkle > Bathtub Gin
Set 2 : Down with Disease 1 > Golden Age > Fuego > Light -> Cities -> 46 Days > Sand > Backwards Down the Number Line , Bold As Love
Encore : Meatstick > Character Zero
Sand - Trey sits back allowing Page to lead the first half of the jam until the groove turns upbeat around 6:45. From there, Trey increases his role and brings it home with melodic leads before the > to "BDTNL". A really nice, atypical version.
Backwards Down the Number Line - A very solid in-the-box version, with strong Page in particular. At moments, it even sounds like Page teases the piano outro from "Sweet Home Alabama."
DWD was unfinished.
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Gap Chart, Tour: 2013 Fall Tour
Set 1 : Wolfman's Brother , Runaway Jim , Mound , Chalk Dust Torture , Army of One , Nellie Kane , Stash , Ocelot , Rift , Bouncing Around the Room , Walls of the Cave
Set 2 : Twist > Free > Roggae , Sparkle > Cavern > Carini > Backwards Down the Number Line , Twenty Years Later , Wading in the Velvet Sea , Run Like an Antelope 1
Encore : When the Circus Comes , Suzy Greenberg
1 "Mike-O Esquandolas" lyric.
Twist - At 7:10, the jam breaks into a nice groove that turns 3.0-style ambient and subtle and > to "Free."
Roggae - The jam builds to a peak, seemingly to conclude, then settles briefly before rebuilding to a second peak.
Carini - Fantastic, multi-section version in which Page is clearly the superstar, on the B-3 and teaming with Mike early, jumping to piano for some melodic "HOSE" with Trey, and downshifting to great funk action with Mike.
Antelope contained alternate "Mike-O Esquandolas" lyrics. Page teases Just Kissed My Baby in Carini.
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Gap Chart, Tour: Not Part of a Tour
Set 1 : Hello My Baby , Billy Breathes 1 , Piper 1 , Roggae 1 , Loving Cup 1 , Albuquerque 1 , The Old Home Place 2 , Guyute 1 , Brian and Robert 1 , Sad Lisa 3 , Four Strong Winds 4 , I Shall Be Released 4
1 Acoustic. 2 Acoustic; Mike on banjo, Page on acoustic bass. 3 Phish debut; acoustic; Sarah McLachlan on guitar and vocals. 4 Phish debut; acoustic; Sarah McLachlan and Neil Young on guitar and vocals and Kevin Hearn on accordion.
This single-set performance was part of the 12th annual Bridge School benefit that also included R.E.M., Neil Young, and Barenaked Ladies. This was an acoustic performance, with a unique stage setup that had Fish stage right, with Page on the far left. Hello My Baby was performed with the band facing toward the Bridge School children, who were on a raised platform at the back of the stage. The Old Home Place was performed in the bluegrass setup of 1994, with Mike on banjo and Page on acoustic bass. Sad Lisa featured Sarah McLachlan on guitar and vocals, while Four Strong Winds and I Shall Be Released featured McLachlan and Neil Young on guitar and vocals, as well as Barenaked Ladies' Kevin Hearn on accordion; all three songs were Phish debuts.
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Gap Chart, Tour: 1996 Fall Tour
Set 1 : Runaway Jim , Guelah Papyrus , The Old Home Place , Cars Trucks Buses , Stash , Strange Design , Divided Sky , Billy Breathes , Taste , Sample in a Jar
Set 2 : Suzy Greenberg > Maze , You Enjoy Myself , Reba 1 , Waste , Harry Hood
Encore : Julius
1 No whistling.
Maze - Words do not adequately describe how demented, sick, insane, twisted, tension-filled, and incredibly dissonant this version is. It's a fantastic masterpiece! Go hear it Now! (get the sbd download from the SPAC FTA release on the "spreadsheet").
You Enjoy Myself - Teases of Peter Frampton's 'Do You Feel Like We Do' during an elongated jam segment with a soaring peak.
Reba - Fall 1996 is notable for any number of reasons, not the least of which is the treatment "Reba" receives. Here is a case in point, with the band exiting the composed section to work through a terrific passage of extended, improvisational calm. Of course Trey is great, but Page's playing is particularly on-point, his work on the baby grand inspired and assured, through a conclusion both frenetic and wholly controlled.
YEM included teases of Peter Frampton's Do You Feel Like We Do. Reba did not have the whistling ending.
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Gap Chart, Tour: 1994 Fall Tour
Set 1 : Simple > My Friend, My Friend 1 -> I Didn't Know , Poor Heart , Stash , Tela , It's Ice , Guyute , Divided Sky , Amazing Grace
Set 2 : David Bowie , The Horse > Silent in the Morning > Reba , Scent of a Mule 2 , Lifeboy 2 , The Old Home Place 3 , Beaumont Rag 3 , Nellie Kane 3 , Llama 4
Encore : My Sweet One
1 Extra lyrics from Mike. 2 Bela Fleck on banjo. 3 Bela Fleck on banjo, acoustic. 4 Began acoustic, then switched to electric. Bela Fleck on banjo.
Stash - Excellent version with a nice movement beyond "Stash" including moments of that Fall '94 spacious sound.
It's Ice - Nice rocking full band jam.
David Bowie - Fantastic, multi-faceted version. Dissonance and Tension: check. Tempo and rhythmic shifts: check. But this one also has beautiful, upbeat jamming (aka major mode).
Reba - A huge "Reba" remarkable in that the band departs a really pointed and direct groove to enter a passag of marked space, noted, as some, for sharing similar qualities of "Eyes of the World." Complete with "Dave's Energy Guide" teasing, an experimental, probing version which again pushes against traditional form and convention.
Scent of a Mule - Bela Fleck on banjo, with Bela and Page playing along together before the full band kicks into a low key jam.
Llama - It's like a "Mule Duel" between Page and Trey, except this is a "Llama Duel" between Bela Fleck, Page and Trey. The duel starts with acoustic instruments before switching to electric. Incredible, must-hear version. Sbd available on FTA - Bonnaroo Pt. 1.
My Friend My Friend included additional lyrics from Mike. Before I Didn't Know, Trey introduced Fish as (former NFL quarterback) Ron Jaworski. After Silent, Trey introduced Fish as the "Creature from the Black Lagoon," referencing the horror movie of the same name. Reba contained a DEG tease from Trey. Scent of a Mule through Llama featured Bela Fleck on banjo and Old Home Place through Nellie Kane were performed acoustic. Llama began in the acoustic setup, but during the song the band members switched back to their electric instruments. Prior to Beaumont Rag, Trey teased Sample in a Jar.
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Gap Chart, Tour: 1991 Fall Tour
Set 1 : Runaway Jim , Foam , Paul and Silas , Reba , Wilson > Llama , The Lizards , Sweet Adeline 1 , Run Like an Antelope
Set 2 : Brother , Uncle Pen , Guelah Papyrus , Dinner and a Movie > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove , I Didn't Know , Fee > Split Open and Melt , My Sweet One , Cavern
Encore : Sparkle > Walk Away
Encore 2 : The Squirming Coil
1 Without microphones.
Runaway Jim - The Great American Music Hall provides the stage for one of the greatest examples of an emerging Phish staple, the affectionately labeled: "Runaway Foam". First, Fish is awesome. Second, Trey makes a number of subtle and savvy moves that lay the foundation - or at least functions as illustration - for "Jim's" inevitable groundbreaking potential.
Brother - Once this one kicks into overdrive, it's really excellent with chaos and screaming guitar sounds.
Trey said he wrote Foam under Ernie Stires's wing and that Ernie taught him to write in that particular style. He dedicated Foam to Ernie's two children Ernie and Liz (both in attendance) and to Ernie as well. Adeline was performed without microphones. Brother was dedicated to Page's brother and Mike's brother (who were standing somewhere in the room), with Trey joking that it was "written to sort of describe their personalities... sort of a combination of the two." Guelah was introduced as a song "about a mother." He explained that this was about Dave's (Dave Abrahams's) mother, Guelah, who used to come in when he and Dave were writing songs and that when "things were getting fun," she would knock on and open the door and pull Dave out into the hall, hence the line "and through the bedroom door intrude a fretful frown and spoiled the mood. And though I never really stand that tall, she tilt my frame, she watched me fall." Fish was introduced during I Didn't Know as "Filling in for Showboat Gertrude... Zero Man!" Walk Away was played for the first time since October 20, 1990 (123 shows). Mo' Better Blues was teased prior to Squirming Coil.
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Gap Chart, Tour: 1990 Tour
Set 1 : The Landlady > Bouncing Around the Room , Foam , The Squirming Coil , You Enjoy Myself , Uncle Pen , Cavern , I Didn't Know > Drums > The Asse Festival > David Bowie
Set 2 : The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Reba , My Sweet One , Stash , Fee > Divided Sky , Hold Your Head Up > Terrapin , Possum
Encore : Buried Alive , Contact
Trey dedicated Uncle Pen to Col. Bruce Hampton. During HYHU, Fish called himself "a representative of the void."
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Tour: 1987 Tour
Tour: Not Part of a Tour
Show Notes: This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic and featured the first Trey acoustic performances of In Long Lines, Windora Bug, and Sanity.
Tour: TAB - Fall 2012 Traveler Tour
Show Notes: This show featured the debuts of Corona, Scabbard, Architect, and Traveler.
Tour: TAB - Classic TAB Fall 2008 Tour
Show Notes: After Peggy, Trey made reference to his “legal entanglements” and said that he had to move to the Albany area as a result. He told the audience that if they heard any new songs they “could damn well bet they were written in your backyard.” Trey performed Brian and Robert through Bathtub Gin solo acoustic.
Tour: TAB - Fall 2006 Tour
Show Notes: "The Inlaw Josie Wales" through "Back on the Train" were performed solo, acoustic. "Cincinnati" was played as an early birthday present for Christina and featured Al Osborne on vocals.
Tour: Not Part of a Tour
Show Notes: This evening was billed as “The Mossery, a free-form musical event on the eve of the release of Mike Gordon’s new studio album Moss." The show was free but there were two separate admissions for each set. The first set featured a core of Mike on bass, Scott Murawski on guitar and Joe Russo (set one) and Todd Isler (set two) on drums, along with a revolving cast of audience members sitting in for each song.
Tour: Mike - The Rhythm Devils Fall 2006 Tour
Show Notes: Mike took lead vocals on "Revolution" (Los Lobos) and "U.S. Blues."
Tour: Mike Gordon & Leo Kottke Fall 2005 Tour
Tour: Fish - Pork Tornado Fall 2002 Tour
Tour: Fish - Jazz Mandolin Project Fall 2001 Tour
Show Notes: "Georgia On My Mind" featured Phat Man Dee on vocals.
Tour: Not Part of a Tour
Show Notes: This gig featured multiple guest bassists including Mike (for the songs listed), Oteil Burbridge, Jack Casady, Stefan Lessard and Tony Levin. This show featured the debut of "Banks of the Deep End."
2021.10.18 07:16 GokiPotato crossposting here because I need answer and everybody ignores my post on r/assassinscreed
2021.10.18 07:16 MissionNotPossible "How to Spot a Jap" (1942)
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2021.10.18 07:16 Grumar Can you play realistically and still get a decent ending?
I played through the series once a few years back, went full paragon, was pretty obvious which choices were which especially considering the color coding but with the release of the trilogy I was wondering, can you play the game realistically and make choices you might make both "good and evil" and still get a decent ending. I know most games with a morality meter really penalize you for not going ALL into one way or the other.
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2021.10.18 07:16 SoybeanCola1933 Which city have you found to be the most 'central'?
Central in the sense it is easy to travel to the most 'proper' cities. I thought Sheffield since it was close to Leeds, Manchester and Nottingham.
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2021.10.18 07:16 TripleThickBacon A good horror book: Give me your favorite horror book.