2021.05.07 05:12 DisgruntledPelican3 What was that one moment with your pet that made you go "Holy shit. They really get me."?
2021.05.07 05:12 sburgess86 The neuropeptide receptor NMUR-1 regulates the specificity of C. elegans innate immunity against pathogen infection
2021.05.07 05:12 sburgess86 Characterization of cellular, biochemical and genomic features of the diazotrophic plant growth-promoting bacterium Azospirillum sp. UENF-412522, a novel member of the Azospirillum genus
2021.05.07 05:12 kickicksmooth If you are you are younger than 36yrs old and invested in $Safemoon.....you need to listen to this..
You are what most consider an early investor......you ever read those posts....."If you would of invested $1000 in Microsoft in 1988 then you would have this much".......this is you right now.....so just hold and forget about it.....
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2021.05.07 05:12 TOUGH-STUFF Went from 1300-1000 after losing all my matches in a row, and almost all due to laggers who frickin stop the game whenever it’s time for me to attack
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2021.05.07 05:12 ErinEscapades Flew a few hundred miles to buy her and drove a few hundred home! Many more adventures to follow.
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2021.05.07 05:12 sburgess86 Limacus flavus yellow slug: bioactive molecules in the mucus
2021.05.07 05:12 Wild-Story-8157 Small Backpack Suggestions
I am looking for a smaller backpack to hold 10 ish discs. Any suggestions out there? Want it for quick rounds or when I’m alone. Not too expensive either, something I can just grab and go.
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2021.05.07 05:12 Familiar_Pace6454 Samsung A10e root?
If this isn't the right sub please point me to a correct one so I. An ask this question!
Hi there! So I was wondering if I could root my Samsung A10e? I've been trying to root it but so far no luck. Is it even possible to do so with the A10e?
If theres a certain app, it a specific way of me doing this, please help me out. Thank you.
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2021.05.07 05:12 sburgess86 Axons-on-a-Chip for Mimicking Non-Disruptive Diffuse Axonal Injury underlying Traumatic Brain Injury
2021.05.07 05:12 Im2kgod I don’t understand how Shepard survived *that* ending (spoilers)
Sorry if this has been done to death , but I’m new to the series so I haven’t been able to discuss it with anyone. Also, it’s interesting now that some things hint at Shepard living being canon with the Destroy ending.
If the child-reaper-thing was right, then how did Shepard survive and why did EDI die? Shepard is mostly technology. Also if it destroyed all tech, how did the Normandy get fixed on an isolated planet with no resources around? I’m assuming it crashed in that cutscene.
I picked this ending cause I think it’ll be the canon one, but it just didn’t make sense to me.
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2021.05.07 05:12 blogs_bunny Pizza vending machine prompts curiosity and horror in Rome #Italy #Italy #pizza #Rome #Customers #four #justthreeminutes #Offbeat #4:39am #vendingmachine #FoodandDrinks #mrgopizza #7May,2021 #US$5.20toUS$7.20
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2021.05.07 05:12 Imaginary-Board895 Sandy!
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2021.05.07 05:12 CLBHos The Life I Nearly Lost (Part 3 - Conclusion)
When the wheels of habit have worn grooves in your world, it's hard to break yourself free. When the momentum of your life has carried you in a certain direction, it's tough to suddenly change course.
So it was for Lady Helen and I. We had big ideas and elaborate plans for the lives we wanted to lead. Every night, we got drunk on the possibilities of change: it seemed every thrill and exotic location was within reach. But every morning, hungover from the previous night's binge on flighty fantasies, we struggled to actually make any changes.
We had to start small. That was the only way.
We took evening strolls to parts of town with which I was unfamiliar. Waves from a distance to other ambulants turned into chit chat, which turned into conversations. I learned names and occupations. I pet dogs. I began to exchange contact information, make new acquaintances.
We went to movies, sometimes just the two of us, sometimes with my sister or dad. We threw a dinner party at my apartment, to which I invited old buddies with whom I'd fallen out of contact. A couple nights, I even forced us to go to the bars and clubs I'd haunted in my early twenties. The idea seemed promising: the reality, a let down. Lady Helen and I were far too old to be grinding on the dance floor with recent graduates.
But what counted was the effort and intention. There were bound to be missteps along the way.
On one of our nightly walks, I managed to fumble my way through asking a dark-eyed girl with a doberman for her number. She smiled and assented. Her grouchy dog growled and glared, saliva dripping from his mouth like I was an incomparably dangerous yet incomparably delicious steak.
"You are welcome," said Lady Helen, after we floated away from the encounter, Mila's number safe and sound in my phone.
"I almost made you tuck and run," she said. "I had visions of that beast tearing your neck out, and of your magnificent Mila growing fangs and joining the feeding frenzy."
"I'm glad you kept that to yourself."
"As am I," she said. "Though I'm sure I'll remind you when you try to you call her to set up a date."
- - -
In the 1500s, a malevolent sorcerer had trapped Lady Helen in a metal box. Over the years, that box somehow found its way to the bottom of a local lake. There she lay imprisoned, cramped and trapped and alone, until my grandfather, out fishing, accidentally hooked and reeled her in. He pried the box open, unwittingly releasing her from that solitary hell. As a reward, she promised to protect him and his descendants for as long as his line endured.
"It's been seventy years," she complained. We stood gazing out over the lake. She had been growing progressively younger as the weeks marched on. Her shield was no longer a tarnished relic. We had been making great strides. But now, standing on the shore, she seemed withered again. Weak. Old. Afraid. Her shield was decrepit and brown. It trembled in her hand. "I don't want to. Please. I'm not ready."
"But you can't swim!" she cried.
Climbing into the canoe and rowing out to the middle of the lake was a risk for me. And it took courage on her part to accompany me, because of the painful memories the place held. Just as setting out toward a new future takes courage, so too does coming to terms with a past you would rather leave sunk in the dark waters of the unconscious. But her past was like an anchor, invisibly tethering her to old traumas and pains. I knew she needed to haul that old anchor out in order to really move forward. I knew that though she had been liberated from her prison long ago, some of the chains still remained. They kept her tied to this place, tied to the past, and prevented her from achieving true freedom.
She was strong enough to break those chains. I knew it. She just needed a little motivation.
"Besides," I said, rowing into the sunset, zipped up in a bright yellow lifejacket, "even if you're too overwhelmed to help, this thing's puffy enough to keep a damn anvil afloat. There's no way I'll be in real danger."
"Yes," said the shrivelled old lady. Her shield was like a thousand year old pot lid left to corrode in the rain.
- - -
Night had fallen by the time we reached it. The bright moon was reflected water, which gently rocked my canoe. A trillion stars in the dark sky beamed down. In the past I would have brooded on the immensity of space. The smallness of Earth and humanity. It's relative insignificance. But tonight the stars meant something else. They were points of light that held fast the midst of all that darkness. They were a brightness that trembled, yes, but endured. I was not concerned about the fact that one day they would day, some day in the far distant future. I was happy that now, they were alight. Alive. As I was, separated from darkness and doom by a thin hull, a bright jacket, an old demigod, yet thrilled to be so close to the line between life and death, and tremendously grateful to be on this side of the line.
"Dive in," I said.
She looked like a great-grandmother on her deathbed. Shrivelled with age and fear. Hardly responsive.
"I can't," she eventually whispered.
"You can," I said. "Dive in."
She was shrinking. Her shield was no larger than the lid of a tin can now. Corroded. Flaking away. She was a skeleton with wrinkled pouches of skin hanging from her bones. Her thin white hair was wispy and dry.
"Lady Helen," I said.
"Dive in. We've come this far. Look what we've faced. And we've got many conquests ahead of us. But you need to do this. I know it. You know it. I have faith in you. You're stronger than you know. You've done so much to help me, my father, my grandfather. I've been trying to give back and to help you. But I can't throw you in. You need to face this yourself. Lady Helen. . .Dive in."
The old, weary crone reached her arthritic hand to the edge of the boat. Her sunken face was sculpted with fear. She looked at me in despair. I only nodded. Then with all the strength she had left she heaved herself into the dark water.
It made not a splash. The night was silent save for the gentle rock of my canoe. I held my breath with her until I could not hold it anymore. I exhaled with a violent gasp.
Suddenly feared that I had pushed her too far, too fast. Perhaps she wasn't ready. I had no idea what spirits like her were capable of. I might have consigned her to her death! Or perhaps the place was like kryptonite to her, and now she was stuck at the bottom of the lake again! Languishing. Alone. Impossible to retrieve.
I was overwhelmed with fear. The foolhardiness of the whole evening seemed clear. I looked over the edge of the boat, where she had dropped. Catching my faint reflection, I fell into a panic. I had killed my elderly protector and now I was alone in a dark lake, and I couldn't swim!
"Lady Helen!" I cried. "Lady Helen! Can you hear me? We need to go back! I'm sorry! I thought you were ready!"
Behind me the moon grew brighter. It seemed to illuminate the lake and fill up the sky with wholesome, silver light.
"And you were right," said a young woman.
I turned to face the blinding moon. But the light was not coming from the moon. It was coming from beautiful young woman who floated above the water. She bore a bright silver shield, which was burnished like a mirror and engraved with letters that burned like white fire.
"Now it's my turn to goad you," said the young Lady Helen, smiling. "You've got a phone call to make, and there's no time like the present."
- - -
I wish I could say my life since has been one grand adventure. An electrified and uncompromising existence, filled with constant discoveries and new, thrilling experiences. I wish I could say I never again relapsed into mindless routine, or leaned too heavily on the crutches of easy distraction. Alas, that is not the case. For better or worse, modern life requires one to fulfill certain mundane obligations, and the modern world offers too many safe and comfortable escapes from the intensity of immediacy to boldly reject them all.
What I've worked on is finding a balance between living as Alexander the Great and the risk-averse automata I used to be. Enough excitement and adventure and novelty to keep me vital and engaged; enough risk and danger to keep Lady Helen young and alert, her shield only slightly tarnished, her hand occasionally smeared with ink. Yet enough safety and stability to be a good husband to Mila, and a good father to our son Jamie. Thankfully during my listless periods, he gets into more than enough trouble to keep Lady Helen occupied. Despite being only three, the little rascal has already received two scrolls! I look forward to the day when he's old enough for me to tell him what they mean. I wonder if he'll find this story as strange as I do. I wonder if he'll see humour in the fact that for all the times Lady Helen saved me from death, it took me driving her crazy with my safe and boring existence for her to truly save my life.
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2021.05.07 05:12 JackyRaider [US] [Buying] Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Part 3 Original Paperbacks 1,3,4,5, 16
Hey mangaswap, Last week week was just looking for volume 16 but unfortunately the lot of 1-6 first prints I bought off Ebay came completely destroyed in the mail process so now I am in the process of getting a return on those which is so disappointing. So I'm back here again this week to finish this set, no matter how much I search I've missed so many finds on Mercari this month it hurts lmfao.
For 1 and 3 I'm willing to pay 20-30 dollars depending on if it's an original print without the stardust crusaders text on it, and it's condition.
For 4 and 5 these are still in print on amazon and IST but if you have the older printings I'm interested in purchasing them for 15-25.
Volume 16 is super oop, I've passed on it on amazon for 50 and 60 dollar listings because I didn't have pictures of condition, and there were TWO listings I missed for 6 and 12 dollars both of the original printing...(pain..) I am willing to pay 50-60 dollars if it's in great condition and the first printing version maybe more please let me know. I'll gladly take a newer printing though.
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2021.05.07 05:12 Fairy_Lagann .
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2021.05.07 05:12 Eggman18 Check out our new Hand Illustrated Labels!
2021.05.07 05:12 Stoaticor Government chartered repatriation flights to Howard Springs for Australians returning from India will resume on May 15
07 May 2021
Prime Minister, Northern Territory Chief Minister
Government chartered repatriation flights to the Centre for National Resilience at Howard Springs for Australians returning from India will resume on May 15, after the completion of the current temporary ban on re-entry, the Morrison and Gunner Governments confirmed today.
Since the pause on flights from India commenced there has been a sustained reduction in COVID-19 positive cases originating from India in Australia’s quarantine system.
The National Security Committee of Cabinet was advised yesterday that the pause was working and that this would allow the repatriation flights to resume after May 15.
The temporary ban will remain in place until that time, as intended.
The number of COVID-19 positive cases in the Howard Springs has fallen to 21, from more than 50 cases a week ago, and positive cases associated with previous facilitated flights from India are on track to reach zero by 14 May.
Repatriation flights into the Howard Springs will resume on May 15 with one flight per 7-9 days, with an estimated 1,000 Australians returning by the end of June. Vulnerable Australians will be prioritised on these flights.
An initial repatriation flight to Darwin will leave India on May 15. Two further repatriation flights to the Northern Territory from India will be scheduled during May.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the flight pause has given the quarantine system space to operate safely and to protect Australians from the COVID-19 pandemic, with the travel pause remaining in place until May 15 with no changes.
“The global COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage outside Australia’s borders and the temporary pause on flights continues to give our quarantine facilities time to reduce infection rates and reduce the risk of COVID escaping into the community,” the Prime Minister said.
“Closing our international borders and the use of quarantine for returning Australians has protected the health of all Australians during the pandemic and given us a way of life that is the envy of the world.
“I have written to state and territory leaders to invite their participation in receiving direct repatriation flights from India over the coming weeks to further assist the efforts in Howard Springs.
“I want to thank the Gunner Government, NT Health and our AUSMAT teams for continuing to provide safe and effective quarantine facilities at Howard Springs that is the best facility in the world.”
New measures will be in place for all resuming flights from India into the Northern Territory, which will require passengers to return both a negative COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test and a negative Rapid Antigen test before boarding.
Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner said these measures ensure the Commonwealth and Territory Governments can continue to get Australians home from India safely, while ensuring the case load at Howard Springs remains manageable.
“The Territory always stands ready to help our fellow Australians and we were there to help those first Aussies home from Wuhan at the start of this pandemic,” Chief Minister Gunner said.
“There is a humanitarian crisis in India and we have the gold standard facility with the health care heroes the country needs at our Centre for National Resilience to help get Australians home safely.
“We are pleased with the drop in the active COVID-19 case load we have seen at Howard Springs since the temporary pause on re-entry from India, and our clinical advice is that it is now safe to resume flights.”
Commonwealth and Northern Territory health experts will assess the effectiveness of new pre-flight testing and isolation measures on infectivity rates in returning Australians on these May repatriation flights from India.
While Howard Springs has managed the current COVID-19 peak without a single breach, it was important to reduce the high rate of incoming active cases during the second half of April to avoid putting pressure on the facility and NT Health systems.
As a close friend and comprehensive strategic partner, Australia stands with India as it battles a surge in COVID-19 cases. More than 20,000 Australians have returned home on repatriation flights since the beginning of the pandemic. The Commonwealth and Territory governments are committed to continuing to get Australians home safely.
The Commonwealth Government’s Biosecurity Act 2015 Determination has been effective in stemming the flow of positive cases into Australia to ensure the safety of Australia’s quarantine system. The Determination was designed to be a temporary measure and the medical advice provided to the Minister for Health is that it will be safe to remove the Determination on 15 May.
The current ban on direct commercial passenger flights between India and Australia remains in place and will be reviewed shortly.
Restrictions on travel exemptions for Australians seeking to travel to India will continue.
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2021.05.07 05:12 eldrichSciSans [FT] Recipes
Cardboard table Bunny day flooring Sauna heater Simple diy workbench Aries rocking chair Drinking fountain Mossy garden wall Pear dress Pot Grass standee Star pochette Star wand Log decorative
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2021.05.07 05:12 MexWevC Reelección, ¿para qué? El papel del Congreso en la rendición de cuentas - Decisión 2021
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2021.05.07 05:12 pahismursu [FI] Looking for every day players to open and send gifts 5451 1320 5690 (No USA or Europe please)
I live on a pokestop and I would like to have active openers and senders to gain more XP. If you don't open or send at least almost every day I'll delete.
5451 1320 5690
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2021.05.07 05:12 Iron10025 Binzel and wire size compatibility questions
I ordered a flux core welder along with some extra binzel tips for the gun. The tips are 0.030” or 8mm and I currently have only 0.030” or 9mm flux core wire. Are two sizes that much of a difference to where one would be too big and thus not work? If so are there any viable solutions such as drilling a hole in them?
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2021.05.07 05:12 LostInTheFog212 Wicked film adaptation
Not sure if it's true, but I read somewhere that someone saw that Wicked is supposed to start filming this fall. And another person said that Renee Rapp might be involved (not sure if this is true, accurate or a rumor but that'd be awesome..her vocals are something else)
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2021.05.07 05:12 HOULonely 25[M4A] looking to get head tomorrow.
Im clean ddf and fully vaccinated. Im 5"6 chubby Latino just looking to get blown. I can travel or get a room. Preferably looking in Alief/Katy/Sugarland/Missouri City areas. Can't host. Dm for more info.
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2021.05.07 05:12 ThrowAway615348321 The Rays have batted around the Angels and then some in the top of the 8th.