Imagine putting B Obama or J Biden or your license plate.
2022.01.17 22:00 PM_nsfw_tiddies Imagine putting B Obama or J Biden or your license plate.
2022.01.17 22:00 slamdunk12345 What’s the deal with the Buffalo director who quit? Or resigned? What happened?
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2022.01.17 22:00 autotldr Billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya says 'nobody cares' about Uyghur genocide in China
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WASHINGTON - Billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya triggered a backlash on social media after saying during a recent episode of his podcast that "Nobody cares" about the ongoing human rights abuses against the Uyghurs in China. Summary Source | FAQ | Feedback | Top keywords: care#1 Palihapitiya#2 Uyghurs#3 Xinjiang#4 human#5
During a 90-minute episode, Palihapitiya told co-host Jason Calacanis on their "All-In" podcast that he would be lying if he said that he cared about the Uyghurs, an ethnic Muslim minority in China's northwest region of Xinjiang.
"Every time I say that I care about the Uyghurs, I'm really just lying if I don't really care. And so, I'd rather not lie to you and tell you the truth, it's not a priority for me," said Palihapitiya, a venture capitalist who owns 10% of the NBA team the Golden State Warriors.
Palihapitiya: Let's be honest, nobody, nobody cares about what's happening to the Uyghurs, okay? You bring it up because you really care.
Palihapitiya: I'm telling you a very hard truth, okay? Of all the things that I care about.
Palihapitiya went on to say that he cared about supply chain issues, climate change, America's crippled health-care system as well as the potential economic fallout of a Chinese invasion of Taiwan.
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2022.01.17 22:00 grayyetcolorful found saiki and kaido in the school festival episode :D
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2022.01.17 22:00 patienceiskeymate Feedback really appreciated on first chapter of novel.
Hello there! I'm a new member of the RomanceWriters group, and I was wondering if anyone would be willing to read the first chapter of a book I've recently started writing and provide me with detailed feedback in terms of the characters, plot, pacing, dialogue, and descriptiveness?
I would really appreciate some feedback, and I am open to hearing whatever thoughts and opinions you guys have. Don't hold back :) Enjoy reading!! (it's first draft by the way, so it's quite rough)
Thank you so much!!!
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2022.01.17 22:00 Chelz91 [Review] Full body Lipo in Istanbul Turkey Approx 8 weeks post op [VERY thorough review and pics]
Disclosure - Due to the contracts I signed prior to surgery I am unable to publicly name my doctor. Due to my post op and pre-op experience whilst I am able to give the details of the clinic I went through I do not feel it would be Responsible of me to do so publicly. If you would like their info please feel free to DM, I am happy to share privately.
Procedure - I had full body lipo . I had minimal lipo to the upper arms, inner and outer thighs. The majority of my work was done to my upper and lower abdomen, upper and lower back and flanks.
Location - I travelled to Turkey from the UK. My surgery was in Istanbul and I stayed in a hotel for aftercare. The hotel is a specialist hotel for those who have travelled for some sort of medical procedure.
Price - £3400, This was paid as a £514 deposit and £2886 in cash paid directly to the clinic owner on the day of surgery. I booked my surgery prior to COVID and as result the price was locked in, my originally booked surgeon had left the clinic I booked through and I was allocated an alternative surgeon. To my knowledge prices with this clinic have pretty much doubled as a result of the loss of business due to COVID but also the surge in people wanting cosmetic surgery in Turkey. I believe this surgery now starts at £6000.
Pre-op care - I am hyperthyroid, and underwent radio iodine therapy in January 2020. As a result I am on thyroid hormone replacement therapy and it was important that I disclose this to my surgeon and anesthetiologist for my own safety in surgery. I was not advised to take any special supplements or take any blood tests prior to my arrival. I was assured this is something that would be taken care of whilst in Turkey. I was however advised to stop my contraception 30 days before surgery and stop drinking alcohol 30 days prior to surgery also. Which I did and was able to stick to.
Key stats - I am 30[F], African Caribbean [Black], 5ft2 and weighed 76KG prior to surgery. I have not had children and this is my first surgery under general anaesthesia. I am on longterm medication and this did not impact my suitability for surgery. However due to the NHS not caring for patients who had surgery abroad I consulted with my GP to ensure I was in the best physical health to mitigate for any post-op complications. #SaveTheNHS
As long as this review is, if there is anything missed. Please feel free to ask questions and I'll do my best to answer.
*** **Quality of result- 8/10*\
Overall I am very satisfied with the quality of my outcome. I was very particular about my desired result and contrary to the norm I did not provide any wish pics. Because of my stature and large thighs the assumption is I want a cartoonish figure. My surgeon did try to push for me to book in for a breast lift and implant, tummy tuck when he was marking me for lipo. This was off putting and I wouldn't return to this Dr for that reason, I find it strange that a surgeon would tell someone they're 'tits are rubbish' to their face. This tells me that they get their business by praying on the insecurities of others. Luckily for me I am VERY secure in myself, I have only ever been concerned about my tummy because it's always had a pooch that I've hated. I love my saggy boobs. I have very minimal scarring. No keloids, some skin sagging but that was to be expected and isn't the doctors fault as my belly has been bellying for many a year so elasticity of the skin will have decreased over the years.
I have some very bad faja burns on my waist, this is as a result of not being informed about appropriate aftercare for my return to the UK. Other than being told to stay up straight so avoid creases. As a result I was wearing my ab board with no padding and it has cut into me in a major way because of the faja I was wearing. I also was told I could stay in my stage 1 faja for 6 weeks. That was very quickly debunked when I returned to the UK and went to my massages. I have actually had better aftercare from the nurses who do my massages than the clinic responsible for my surgery.
I have had zero contact with my surgeon and have not seen him since waking from surgery.
*** **Post-op experience (Turkish Aftercare)- 4/10*\
The language barrier is REAL. In my package I was provided an overnight carer, she stayed with me and my friend at the hospital overnight to translate and ensure nurses checked on me. Other than that my friend and I were left alone with nobody able to speak English. The hospital staff did not speak any English at all.
I had daily wound and blood pressure checks from a nurse at the hotel, her English was good. She removed my drains and showered me. (You cannot shower until drains have been removed, to reduce infection risk)
The lady responsible for my massages was unhygienic in my opinion and unprofessional. She was often late or didn't give me the full duration of the massage. She did not wear gloves and massages were done in my bed which meant when my drains leaked I had to sleep on soiled sheets. She didn't speak English and didn't seem to understand google translate. Despite the incessant WhatsApp messages from the clinic prior to my arrival when it was time to complain everyone was uncontactable. I ended up having to contact my Turkish friends in the UK to translate for me. Very annoying and VERY awkward.
Meals were also supposed to be included in my package (breakfast and dinner) this wasn't the case. luckily the £ is quite strong so was able to get a lot of food for my money. Spent approx £70 on room service over 3 days for 2 people, 3 meals a day plus snacks.
Hotel staff were very attentive, I had some leakage of drains and one instance of vomiting due to dizziness. They did their best to ensure I had all that I needed for a comfortable hotel stay.
The nurses were very good at pain management, I cant say I was in unbearable pain at any point. Discomfort often but not pain. **Satisfaction with results thus far - 9/10*\
Simply put I am extremely satisfied with my results. My tummy is the flattest is has ever been. I have minimal scar tissue development. I have moved onto cavitation and wood therapy to help with skin elasticity and to break down the scar tissue and avoid fibrosis. I'll probably do another review at the 3 month mark or 6 month mark when I am closer to being completely back to normal.
I am slightly disappointed with my arms, I was expecting more fat to have been removed BUT as I didn't want an arm lift I appreciate that I probably had unrealistic results in this area BUT I am very satisfied overall.
I still have quite a bit of swelling, but am enjoying the process of seeing my body change
*** **Clinic Communication and Service - 4/10*\
It is really common with clinics/doctors in Turkey to communicate with possible clients via WhatsApp. Whilst it's nice to have a direct line of communication I am a working person and it was really hard to manage the pre-op communication. Recieving multiple missed calls in a working day about things that could've easily been sent to me via email. There was a lot of pre-op messaging, and again I may be nit picking but I do expect a level of professionalism and whilst I appreciate someone being friendly I don't want medical 'professionals' to talk to me like a friend. I find it blurs the line and as someone with a background in customer service there is a fine line between being approachable and then over friendly.
There were issues with the paperwork provided ahead of surgery too, I was given legal docs that were for the wrong surgery and they were adamant I should sign them. I had to push back quite firmly that I wasn't signing anything for a procedure I wasn't having done. This led to some bickering via WhatsApp and I almost withdrew from having surgery as a result. It all just felt like such a hassle to do the basics.
Included in my package I was supposed to have 5 post op massages and 5 in the UK. This didn't happen. I had 3 massages in Turkey by a woman who did not speak any English, I did however raise concerns with the clinic as she did not wear gloves and I have open wounds. She did not provide a portable massage table and did my massages on my bed. The massages were supposed to last for an hour but the lady was late every day and actually only gave me about 20-35 mins massage each time I saw her. When I asked about the massages in the UK I was told that I would be responsible for booking and paying for these. They were not included in my package as originally informed.
After surgery I was told I should stay in the country for 5 days post op, which wasn't possible as I had already booked my return and booked time off work. Had I known I needed to be there for a week total I would have. This wasn't clearly communicated to me prior to arrival or in the process of booking my flight. As a result aftercare was rushed.
On my return to the UK I received a message saying I owed £££ for blood transfusions given during surgery. At no point post op was I informed that I had received blood or how many units. Another concern about this is that they didn't mention it until I was in the UK. Did I suffer any other complications? who knows?!
Since returning to the UK I have had no other communication other than the demand for money and a how are you, which I assume is the opener for a demand for money. I requested my medical record, even in Turkish as I'll have it translated if need be. I am not paying an additional penny til I have a record of what happened in surgery.
*** **Top Tips and Take aways*\
[Will likely update this as time goes on]
- If travelling internationally for surgery BRING SOMEONE WITH YOU. You will need the emotional and physical support.
- Bring some snacks from your native country, even if you're away a few days it does help to have something familiar from home. My snack of choice was Squashies.
- Get a stage 2 garment from 2 weeks post op onwards. Don't buy on amazon, find a specialist columbian store and get it from there. They make the best ones and they will have you snatched for the GAWDSSSSS
- You will need 360 foam and an ab board as a minimum to squeeze under your stage 2 garment
- Salt is not your friend, it will make you swell and stiffen your joints. Avoid as much as is feasible
- Drink all the water, all the time and take short walks of at least 10 minutes a day. This helps with drainage
- Wear your stage 2 faja 23hrs a day everyday for at least 6 weeks. This is how you solidify your shape and avoid seromas
- You will need post operative lymphatic drainage massage. You will want to do these for a minimum of twice a week for the first 3-4 weeks. After this you want to do them for once a week for about a month. At 6 weeks moving on to cavitation and wood therapy helps to break down any scar tissue, smooth out any residual unevenness and minimise the risk of fibrosis. You're going to need at LEAST 10 massages. Go to a specialist for these not just any massage therapist.
- Self massage is good but not essential
- You will experience stiffness indefinitely, I am 8 weeks post op. I have no pain. I had no actual pain pain past 2 weeks other than when I was having a massage. I am however stiff very often. Some days are worse than others.
- Arnica pills are your friend, take them they are great for swelling. Fresh Pineapple is also great
- You will be uncomfortable in your faja, suck it up. It is necessary. The foams help make it tolerable but not comfortable.
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2022.01.17 22:00 an_okayperson this is somebody i know in real life, shame they had to lie :( (sorry for a poor crop)
2022.01.17 22:00 Revolutionary_Oil973 Wer würde sie schwängern ?
2022.01.17 22:00 14nrhutch How much should an Xbox series x really cost in the US?
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2022.01.17 22:00 starsmadeofowos 🤨📸 Caught in 4K
2022.01.17 22:00 Bonus1Fact Why ‘Black Minds Matter’ Could Be a Game-Changer for Families Trapped in America's Struggling Schools. By @kerry_edu
2022.01.17 22:00 NervousPlankton388 Can anyone identify these signatures?
2022.01.17 22:00 neithph Difference quiería- quisiera ?
What's the difference between quería and quisiera ? I live in Spain for some months and everytime I ask for something I use quiería, because someone told me to use this as " I would like" . But I saw that Duolingo teaches quisiera.
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2022.01.17 22:00 Hortalez 1642467604 : CORPOREALISE
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2022.01.17 22:00 mydinosaurdidit [Thank You] pullingback 🎨💐🧕
I love Mucha! I mean, who doesn't?! Thank you very much for sharing your go to winter food! Mine is baked goods 🌈😁
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2022.01.17 22:00 SpaceRaven0 Has Sam discussed Dostoevsky?
Dostoevsky is known to be one of the greatest psychologists, who deeply explored the human mind. Given how relevant his works are to Sam's analysis of the mind, has Sam discussed any of the great Dostoevsky novels? Jordan Peterson is in love with the guy. Here is a monologue on free will from "Notes from the Underground":
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2022.01.17 22:00 philrbot Mining Monero on RASPBERRY PI 4 B 62+ h/s!
First, I'm running ESXi arm on my raspberry PI which allows me to install 64bit ubuntu server guest VM. Then I'm using XMRig to mine Monero (MoneroOcean version because it's super efficient and no pool fees). My build instructions are below. You don't need to follow this exactly if you have better or different ways to build this out. This is just the way I did it. :)
Happy mining friends!
I. Install ESXi on your PI
ESXi Arm Download - ESXi Arm Edition | VMware Flings
- Update Rasp-Pi firmware > Rasp Pi imager > choose rasp pi other lite OS > select drive > write
- Boot up Rasp-Pi OS
- Login > user: pi > password: raspberry
- run command > sudo rpi-update
- run command > sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -a
- Shutdown and remove SD card
- Plug SD card into PC > format as FAT32 or use Raspberry Pi Imager to erase
- Download Firmware > https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/archive/master.zip
- Download UEFI Firmware > https://github.com/pftf/RPi4/archive/master.zip
- Extract zip files
- Copy/Paste all files from boot folder in Firmware-master folder to SD card > Delete kernel files (not needed)
- Copy/Paste all files from RPi4_UEFI_Firmware_v1.22 folder to SD card > replace the files yes
- Open/Edit config.txt file > add line at end > gpu_mem=16
- Eject card
- Make bootable USB using the ESXi ISO
- Boot up Rasp-Pi with SD card, access bios (press esc key to access bios). Device Manager > RAsp-Pi Configuration > Advanced Configuration > Disable the 3GB limit > save and reboot
- Boot to USB > runweasel cdromBoot type command > autoPartitionOSDataSize=8192
- Plug in USB drive you want to install ESXi on > Install ESXi
- Enter BIOS (hit escape) > Boot Maintenance Manager > Change Boot Order > Select drive move to the top (press +) > save and reboot
- Storage > enable ssh in vSphere > ssh into host > /etc/init.d/usbarbitrator /stop > chkconfig usbarbitrator off > copy vmfs path from web client > ssh partedUtil mklabel /vmfs/path msdos > create Datastore
II. Create a guest VM using ubuntu arm 64bit - Ubuntu for ARM | Download | Ubuntu
*make sure to install SSH during the install so you can ssh into your server. Apply any desired custom settings to your server (ie. host name, static IP address, etc).
III. Install XMRig on your ubuntu vm
- sudo apt-get install git build-essential cmake libuv1-dev libssl-dev libhwloc-dev
- git clone https://github.com/MoneroOcean/xmrig.git
- mkdir xmrig/build && cd xmrig/build
- cmake ..
- make -j$(nproc)
IV. Run XMRig
./xmrig -o gulf.moneroocean.stream:10
001 -u YourMoneroWalletAddress -p YourMinerName
*I'm using port 10001 for older CPUs since this isn't a more modern AMD CPU and it's getting 62+ h/s
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2022.01.17 22:00 EagleEye61- Genesect Raid- 7956 4261 4509
Be quick inviting 4
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2022.01.17 22:00 a_constant_rewinder Sofia Carson - LOUD (Official Music Video)
2022.01.17 22:00 wtfbtc_ Updated Bitcoin transaction fees: BCH Next Block: $0.0020 BCH Weekly Median: $0.0010 BTC Next Block: $0.21 BTC Weekly Median: $0.28
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2022.01.17 22:00 EluneNoYume Hard to swallow pill: The community was a lot more BASED back in the day
2022.01.17 22:00 MozillaYaseen Rosario+Vampire S2 Vol 3 Ikeda-sensei talks about characters and story development.This volume is one of my favorite & that's because we got to visit one's the girl's world.I would have like if we saw Kurmu's world as well.Who's world would you have liked to see?
2022.01.17 22:00 Ppudds Squad owner missed the event prize deadline
So, does anyone know if by joining a different squad today I'll be able to get their reward? I'm only missing the pink guitar one and I REALLY want it :(
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