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How to get any rarity weapon quick without mercers(Helps massively with Prestige leveling)
2023.06.07 23:38 WrestlingfanLJ How to get any rarity weapon quick without mercers(Helps massively with Prestige leveling)
- Start your first syndicate, make sure Mendoza is one of the locations.
- Save Mendoza for the showdown
- see which of the other two maps are easiest for you. One target is best. Complete the easiest one.
- Go into the next location, then go to an exit, failing the mission(you will not lose your items you are carrying, only dying or quitting to the main menu loses items).
- Prepare for the showdown. 4 suspects only. You will need a sniper rifle for this. It does not need to be silenced.
- Start Mendoza. Run to the balcony Diana starts at in the story mode. Shoot each suspect until you kill the leader. It may take two shots depending on your rifle. Then run to the car exit right near you. You might have to shoot the guards near the entrance if you used a loud sniper rifle or were slow at killing the target. Alternatively you can kill those guards before using your sniper rifle.
- After finishing your first syndicate, you get your first reward crate. DO NOT OPEN IT!
- Go select the next syndicate, doesn’t matter which one. Then abort the campaign.
- Enable Hardcore Mode.
- Go back to your reward crate and open it. You can get any and all rarity weapons, yes even legendary! The weapon you get depends on what you already have. If all you are missing is legendaries, then you can easily do this method to get them without doing a whole campaign or getting enough mercers to buy them.
- If you want to repeat the process, simply disable hardcore mode, start another level one syndicate with Mendoza and do it again. If you are fast, you can get an easy rarity weapon in less than 10 minutes each time. Just note this will probably get patched now that I have shared this, so if you want to prestige faster, take advantage while you can!
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2023.06.07 23:14 mightymouse1999 Looking for 1 to fill a 3bd/1ba in Wrigleyville
Hello! I am having absolutely no luck with facebook so turning here next. I (23F) am looking for a third roommate for my Wrigleyville 3 bed. My soon to be roommate is 28F and will be joining on move in which is August 1st. I've been in this place for 2 years now and am really happy with living here.
- Rent is $830 plus utilites which come out to like 50 bucks or so a month
- Apartment is roughly 1200 sqft with a shared backyard
- It's a great location - about 3 blocks from the Addison red line stop, Wrigley field and the lakefront
- My incoming roomie has a cat!
About us: I was in Loyola’s film program & graduated last year and my (soon to be) roommate went to Indiana & graduated a few years ago. We’re looking for someone ideally around the same age and would love to all be friends.
We both work in sports broadcasting and work weird hours, so sometimes we come home really late during the week. Any questions or inquiries please message me on instagram at Rachaelinthewilderness - I have pics of the place I'd be happy to send anyone who messages! :)
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2023.06.07 17:16 SubManagerBot Incomplete and Growing List of Participating Subreddits Thread 2
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2023.06.07 14:54 BladeRuner Upgrading from 1060 to 6700xt - what other parts
What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
Mostly gaming. I like grand strats like Crusader Kings. Currently I'm playing Total War Warhammer 3 and would love to push the settings on that. I'm generally a pretty patient gamer, with a new GPU I'd like to be able to push up to playing some of the more recent games that I haven't been able to; Horizon Zero Dawn, AC:Valhalla, God of War, Far Cry 5. I'm happy not to play them on the absolute highest settings in order to get a decent frame rate.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
CPU, CPU cooler, mobo, memory and storage
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
Already purchased 6700 xt (from eBay) (https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/9K4Ycf/msi-radeon-rx-6700-xt-12-gb-mech-2x-oc-video-card-radeon-rx-6700-xt-mech-2x-12g-oc
Also have case (https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/rnGxFT/cooler-master-masterbox-q300l-microatx-mini-tower-case-mcb-q300l-kann-s00
power supply (https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/3H2bt6/seasonic-focus-gx-550-w-80-gold-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-focus-gx-550
a bunch of pretty generic case fans, and mouse and keyboard.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Happy to tweak profiles a bit with afterburner but not keen to spend days trying to eke that last %
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
What type of network connectivity do you need? (Wired and/or WiFi) If WiFi is needed and you would like to find the fastest match for your wireless router, please list any specifics.
WiFi connectivity needed, currently using a dongle.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
No case needed, no lights or colours needed
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Have W10 already
Extra info or particulars:
I'm not interested in upgradability. I've been running an i5 6500 and 1060 6gb since 2016, I imagine I'll be holding onto this build for a similar amount of time. So I just want best bang for buck now. I would also prefer to avoid Amazon if possible Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.07 09:41 BulbaPetal Cheapest rijbewijskeuring ADHD/ASS
Hellooo people of reddit. My gezondheidsverklaring (CBR) has expired. I submitted a new one, but now they want me to get a psychiatric evaluation at one of the following locations: https://www.cbr.nl/nl/rijbewijs-houden/nl/gezondheidsverklaring/zoek-een-specialist.htm?specialism=Psychiater%20-%20ADHD/ASS
After checking a few out, I started weeping. The cheapest one I found so far in my 'area' (Amsterdam, Utrecht) is 190 euros. The most expensive one so far was €300 (driving instructor said it could be cheaper and even more expensive, but had no recommendations).
Now I could check them one by one and ask offertes. But this whole thing is already gonna take another extra months and several 100 bucks (just to confirm that my autism/ADHD didn't magically get better or worse). So I hope you don't mind me taking the easy way out and counting on your recommendations. I'll also see if the NVA has any and share them.
- Also: if you know some affordable keuring offices outside of my area, please share. Others might be able to use them. If there's enough interest in the post I'll make a list of the bureaus and their costs to help people in the future.
** In case you're wondering why I don't use the same place I went for my previous keuring: I don't remember ever having to do this previously. All I remember is my rijtest.
Edit: to be clear (just realized it might matter), I -don't have my licence yet and never have. Just realized things might be different if you have to extend
your current license.
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2023.06.07 08:28 True_Potential4074 So many young teenagers on gear now…
What’s your opinion ?? I know this isn’t completely TRT specific but this community seems to be more engaging than others so.
** When I was in my early/late teens and young 20’s I legit knew of ZERO kids my age using gear and I grew up competing nationally in several different sports. Even if I wanted to get on gear it would have 1. Been impossible to locate any. And 2. IF I somehow could have found shit, I would have paid thousands and thousand of dollars. Now I see, hear of, and personally know sooo many young folk on TRT or who cycle several compounds at once. Do you think this is a result of social media and the crazy amount of influencers out there either intentionally or unintentionally normalizing gear? Or perhaps is it because of the internet and how easy it is to get anything you want and the wildly low price point? If I ( a mid 30’s tech illiterate man) can get legit get any pharma injectable or oral under the sun for absolute dirt cheap than surely these young bucks are easily able to as well yeah? Mix of both?
Either way I hate to see these youngins running shit at such a wildly early age. Let me know your thoughts !
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2023.06.07 04:41 SterlingSez Cheap yet reliable tool sources for those starting in trades?
I’m new to working in construction and while I have some basic tools, I find myself asking to rummage through other guys belts and bags for things I need. I’ve had a rough couple months so I’m kind of living paycheck to paycheck and in a bit of debt hell, so I’m trying to get the most bang for my buck. Are there any sources for second-hand tools that might be more affordable for someone in my position? Located in NC, USA if it helps.
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2023.06.07 04:31 aaronlikesclothes Skillbridge with a Start Up company
Hello all! I was recently offered a SB opportunity with a small, but upcoming motorcycle company. They’re located in California and have less than 100 employees. They had offered me a supervisor position upon completion of the internship and I am strongly considering the position. Although they are not my first choice as I had originally wanted to do a remote SB with Allegiant Giving (Cybersecurity Track). I feel like I’ll get the best “bang for my buck” if I take the internship instead. Since they are still small, they are outsourcing employees with IT experience next year January and if all goes well, I could easily network with them once they arrive if I were to stay with the company. But let me know what you guys think? I just need a second opinion. Thank you!
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2023.06.07 00:06 tuxyboo43 Help?
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I’m having a hard time reading the signature. The back is covered by a backing paper, (should we take that off?) but it’s a huge painting I bought from an estate sale last week for 30 bucks. Could be nothing, could be something, who knows😁? We’ve been playing a guessing game on what we think the signature says, and it’s become a fun family past time. We don’t live anywhere near an appraisal location so we’re just asking for 💩s and giggles. Thoughts? submitted by tuxyboo43 to WhatIsThisPainting [link] [comments]
2023.06.06 23:12 danktank_sublime How To Enjoy Marvel Snap
I posted this as a long comment in a big thread, but thought it might resonate with a wider audience.... I really, really enjoy Marvel Snap. It's the first mobile game I've ever played consistently. I am pretty shocked by the overall tenor of players on Reddit. Every announcement and update seems to be their "last straw" for their bad experiences with the game. I know, I know... vocal minority, but some of you REALLY seem to not have a good experience with the game? I find it puzzling. So want to share my experience, which is overwhelmingly positive, and maybe we can see what our similarities and differences are?
Here's How I Enjoy Marvel Snap: I started playing during the Black Panther season, and I play only on mobile. I spend $10/mo on the Season Pass because I like the additional rewards. I chose to start buying the season pass in Silver Surfer season because I was playing daily so it really felt like the exchange was worthwhile. That said, I do not spend any additional money to get more gold or tokens or any special variant packages or whatever. I just slowly accumulate gold through gameplay to purchase cool variants when I get enough.
I am CL4700, and Series 3 complete. I probably play on average 30 matches a day, I'm guessing?Maybe more some days if all we are doing is laying around with our phones out or I have a long commute that day?
All cards acquired since I began playing were through opening Collector's Reserve boxes as I climb through the CL. I don't save the Reserves for specific updates or new seasons, I open everything as I go, and my primary focus is collecting credits by completing my dailies and upgrading cards to increase CL and open more reserves. I am indifferent to upgrading my cards for specific borders or trying to get splits, I actually usually stop at Legendary or Ultra for most cards and focus on upgrading new cards and variants. I am focused entirely on upgrading cards not for aesthetic reasons, but to increase my collection level and open more reserve boxes.
I initially spent gold on buying new missions when I first started playing, because I wanted to move up the CL faster and get the chance to pull a new card, but the past few seasons I've reached enough cards to save gold for variants.
I've never spent actual money on to get to a card (outside of my monthly subscription). Cards I am missing are High Evo, Howard, Iron Lad, Kang, Negasonic, Shanna, Stegron, Thanos, Living Tribunal.
I didn't really "get" the tokens aspect when they first rolled it out so I used my first tokens on some dumb series 3/4 cards, but have since used tokens, once accumulated, on Wong, Galactus, and just yesterday I finally got to 6000 and grabbed Jeff.
I have never made it to Infinite. I always get to at least 60 and I've made 90 once. I am not disciplined on snapping and retreating, I pretty much always play out the hand unless I'm for sure gonna lose badly, so I swing wildly from 50s to 80s week after week. I don't care about infinite and it's never a goal for me. I treat 60 as Infinite, and get my variant, and throughout my climb I just play different decks that I'm in the mood for. Or if I see a cool deck I want to try or iterate on. Or make new decks to fit the hot location.
I am assuming that the quiet majority who enjoy this game play like me?
I have no complaints about my 10 bucks a month...it feels totally worth it for the amount of time I find myself picking up my phone and playing the game. I only vaguely pay attention to series drops and I don't really understand why others do except for perhaps because of FOMO about missing cards? I don't pay attention to the buffs or nerfs, and usually don't even notice them until I go to play a card and something has changed. The accumulation of cards doesn't feel slow to me, but perhaps because I play so casually?
I don't know if this way of playing is translatable for those of you who are unhappy with how the game is managed, but I hope this is a helpful blueprint to make your experience with Snap more enjoyable.
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2023.06.06 22:59 tuneznz Working out the best power plan (for me)
I have been having a look recently at all the power retailer options to see who has the best prices, I thought it would be useful to everyone so you can check and maybe save yourself some $$ on power. What I expected to find was some retailers would be best at particular usage rates per day so you would have to pick the best on based on your usage, what I found was Mercury’s 2 year fixed was the best across all usage levels.
I also tested this plan against the free hour(s) of power plans and the variable rate plans and found the flat rate was still the best for me. Disclaimer: I’m paid by no one to post this, I just want to help everyone to save a buck. The pricing applies for Southland Urban, I have used my address in Gore so other areas need to check the prices and make their own comparisions. Download a copy of my spreadsheet and update for your location.
Just a note on switching; You need to check if switching is right for you, if you are under contract right now there might be a $150+ fee to break contract and sometimes you must pay back any joining bonuses you got. You also might be on better rates right now so look before you leap.
The data Power plan data (sorted cheapest plan to expensive, then standard/low)
Standard user price table
Low user price table
All the calculations are done based on one day, so to get monthly or annual cost you can multiply the daily total rate. The full available discount has been applied, this usually means direct debit being set up and paying on time (most have removed the prompt payment discount and now have a late fee instead). Joining credits have been applied across the length of the fixed term, so $250 credit on a 24-month term is $0.34 per day taken off the total. Standard vs Low user, if you use less than 9000kWh a year (750kWh a month on average or 24.7kWh a day on average) then low user plans are for you, if you want to be extra savvy or if you are right around the average number then swap to low user through summer and back to standard over winter.
Free hour(s) of power These sounds like a good deal, right? Try stuff as much power usage into the free period per day, this comes at the cost of a higher daily fixed and higher unit price though.
Testing this at 40kWh usage per day (a relatively high usage) to cost the same as the cheapest flat rate plan I would have to use between 35% and 40% of my daily power in the free period, for the one hour free you literally can’t do that as you need to pull more power off the grid than your connection can handle, for the three hours free it might be do able but you have to do quite a bit of work every day to make it worth your while. In my case 15.5 kWh over the three hours, or 22.4 Amps constant for the three hours (think two 2.4kW heaters going flat tack for 3 hours).
So, in my case going for the best flat rate plan is still better for me.
Meridians two year fixed – Winter free power weekends This also sounds like an awesome deal, 12 weekends free power! Some major fishhooks though. If you leave before two-year contract is up you must pay back all of the free weekends, it is only for this winter, and the rates are higher than the cheapest flat rate plan. You would get more free hours of power on a daily free hour(s) than this plan over 2 years – 576 hours on this plan, 730 hours on one hour per day, 2,190 hours on three hours per day.
So, say you take on the deal, how can you get the same value as the best flat rate plan? Well for the next 11 weekends (as we just missed the first one) you would need to pull down 245 kWh every free day. That is 10.2 kWh per hour all weekend long, or 44.4 Amps nonstop – basically impossible even with 5 heaters on max and all the windows open, you basically must waste a heap of power to get the ‘benefit’, in fact it will still cost you $1559 more over the two years (based on using an average of 40kWh per day).
So, in my case going for the best flat rate plan is still better for me.
Variable rate plans For the most part these are no longer popular with the electricity retailers, instead pushing people to take on flat rate plans. To check if this would be best for you it starts to get complicated.
You can download from your current retailer your usage per half hour for the last year or years, then analyze the average usage per half hour, in my case average per month, then test the average usage data to see what it would have cost (vs the best flat rate plan).
In my case going for the best flat rate plan is still better for me, starting to feel like de ja vu? Even though I use a lot of power during the night rate times, the higher day time rates and sometimes the higher daily rate just don’t make it work for me.
If you are really dedicated or can automate power loads to go on during the night rate it might work for you, if you have an EV or thinking about it then you could look at the rate difference, $0.2116 kWh on flat rate, $0.1518/$0.1629/$0.1600/$0.1105 per kWh on night rate – the best being $0.0911 cheaper per kWh overnight, charging 10kWh per night (a high charge amount) is $332 per year of unit cost savings, balance that against higher daytime unit rates and the saving might be easily eaten up.
Wrapping up, considering all my options, and knowing that I am too lazy to change my usage habits to make free hours or night rate work, I’ll be sticking with my Mercury 2-year fixed plan.
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2023.06.06 19:53 TonaYatzy Hermano, Fort Mercer really hits the spot when you have to take a break from all the killing. I really wish this place could be used for something more than a simple bounty target location, this place has everything: a bonfire, tables and chairs and even a horse shed.
2023.06.06 18:53 beautifulscoop Did you get the scoop on the Binance crypto scandal?
In a shock to absolutely no one, the SEC has sued Binance and CEO Changpeng Zhao for allegedly violating U.S. securities laws. Apparently, they thought it would be kosher to mix billions of dollars in user funds and send them to a European company controlled by Zhao himself.
They even admitted to operating as an unlicensed securities exchange in the U.S. and creating a shield called BinanceUS to protect themselves from any law enforcement targets. They also leveraged creative evasion tactics, such as using VPN services to hide customers' locations and submitting compliance documents to blur their country of origin.
And of course, they engaged in some good old-fashioned wash trading to manipulate prices and make a quick buck. Wash trading is when someone buys and sells the same asset, like cryptocurrencies, to create fake trading volume and give the appearance of activity.
The SEC is now accusing them of deception, conflicts of interest, and calculated law evasion as the SEC tends to do when you blatantly disregard the law.
Read more about the Wolf of Crypto Street and more at thebeautifulscoop.com
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2023.06.06 17:12 DirectSalesIdeas The slow collapse of Chipotle (are employees abused)?
I used to spend 100 bucks a month at various locations. Now I eat there a few times a year.
What happened? Used to be an amazing place with happy employees. Now it’s a depressing place with angry employees?
Anyone want to help pinpoint the date for when the slow collapse of Chipotle started?
I feel like the employees are abused by management now.
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2023.06.06 11:36 hnqn1611 TOP 10 Things to do in LONDON - [2023 Travel Guide]
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In this post, we'll show you the top 10 things to do in London. The suggestions are based on our many trips to this beautiful city. Don't forget to like this post, subscribe to our channel, and enable notifications. And share your own experience or ask a question in the comments below. This post is sponsored by GetYourGude, the best way to book your London experiences. The link is in the description
. And stick around until the end because we have a bonus attraction for you. Here are our top 10 picks:
NUMBER 10: Big Ben and Palace of Westminster The Big Ben clock tower was completed in 1859. This British cultural icon is situated at the north end of the Palace of Westminster, which is the seat of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The official name of the tower in which Big Ben is located was originally the Clock Tower and was oficially renamed to Elizabeth Tower in 2012. Did you know that Big Ben chimes every hour, and every 15 minutes smaller bells chime to indicate quarter hour? The Big Ben chimes can be heard up to 5 miles away. A few steps away from Big Ben you’ll also find an impressive gothic royal church, the Westminster Abbey.
NUMBER 9: Camden Town This former industrial economic base has been replaced by service industries such as retail, tourism, and entertainment. The area now hosts street markets and music venues strongly associated with the alternative culture. Visit the busy Camden Market, which got its name from what used to be a horse stable and hospital, located right next to Camden Lock. Don't skip Camden Market Buck Street, England's first market dedicated to the conscious consumer. There are many other impressive neighborhoods and streets worth exploring in London, like the upscale Soho close to Chinatown and Notting Hill, home to Portobello Road Market. But more about exciting places to shop and eat shortly.
NUMBER 8: Museums London is full of incredible museums, and most of them are free. You can start with The British Museum, founded in the mid-19th century. The museum is dedicated to human history, art, and culture. Did you know that it also displays the famous Rosetta Stone? This piece of rock with an inscribed slab became the key to unlocking the mysterious Egyptian hieroglyphs. Continue to the beautiful 19th-century Natural History Museum, exhibiting a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. You can even try the earthquake simulator recreating the 1995 Kobe, Japan earthquake or embark on other fun and educational adventures. And the impressive Science Museum is just around the corner. A great place to see, touch, and experience science first-hand. Of course, there are many other museums in London worth exploring.
NUMBER 7: Covent Garden Covent Garden is a car-free area next to the Royal Opera House, filled with luxury designer boutiques, craft shops, and booths. Conveniently located in close to London's famous theatres, Covent Garden also offers excellent dining options. Visit Covent Garden Market, a seven-day-a-week market that opened in 1845, and Jubilee Market, with a variety of goods sold throughout the week. There are many other markets in London worth exploring, offering everything from food to antiques and collectibles, like the Portobello Road Market, Borough Market, and many other places, including fascinating food courts. Check our travel guide for more suggestions. By the way, our mobile-friendly travel guide covers the top 20 things to do in London and things to know before you visit.
NUMBER 6: London Eye London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames overlooking Big Ben and Westminster. When it opened to the public in the year 2000, it was the world's tallest Ferris wheel. The structure is 443 feet or 135-meter-tall, and the wheel has a diameter of 394 feet or 120 m. London is full of other impressive views, that from London's Highest Public Garden - Sky Garden.
NUMBER 5: Little Venice Little Venice is a neighborhood centered on decorative houseboats and a partly tree-lined, three-way junction of canals. Little Venice is one of London's prime residential areas and contains restaurants, shops, theatres, and pubs. A refreshing site and something you do not expect to see in London. If you have time, explore the nearby Paddington basin with Floating Pocket Park.
NUMBER 4: Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace is the most iconic royal building in the UK. It is the London residence of Her Majesty the Queen and is one of only a few working royal palaces left in the world. Don't miss the iconic ceremony of Changing the Guard, also known as Guard Mounting, carried out by soldiers on active duty from the Foot Guards. They have guarded the Sovereign and the Royal Palaces since 1660. Check the description box for the link to the updated guard mounting timetable. And while you are in the area, take a walk around beautiful St James's Park. And that brings us to GetYourGuide - the sponsor of this video. When you book experiences or tours, for instance, a guided tour to learn more about Buckingham palace and other parts and history of Royal London, you can effortlessly do that with GetYourGuide. You can even buy a London city pass, which allows access to other attractions around the city and enjoy a hop-on hop-off bus tour and skip-the-line privileges. Or you can book other exciting experiences. The choices are practically limitless anywhere you go since GetYourGuide covers over 3600 destinations worldwide with over 60,000 curated experiences. You might even find things you never knew existed. You can also book your next experience using your phone with an easy-to-use app and have your tickets ready right away with no printing and free cancelation up to 24 hours before your activity. Download GetYourGuide now and find your unforgettable experience in London. The link is in the description.
NUMBER 3: Shopping From high-end department stores to quirky boutiques, London is a shopper's paradise. One of the best places to start your shopping spree is Oxford Street, the busiest shopping street in Europe. Continue to the nearby SoHo neighborhood, home to a truly unique shopping experience, like the famous Carnaby shopping street or Liberty London. If you are in the area, visit the fashionable Regent Street that passes through Piccadilly Circus, also famous for dining and lifestyle. If you love luxury department stores, don't skip Harrods, with over 5000 brands selling everything from luxury accessories and clothing to the newest gadgets, prestigious furniture, and delicious food. There are many other places worth exploring, like the unique Cyber dog store in Camden with futuristic fashion, clubwear, and rave clothes. Check our travel guide for more information.
NUMBER 2: Parks & Gardens There are many impressive green areas in London worth exploring. Hyde Park is London's main park offering world-class events and concerts and plenty of quiet places to relax. Walk around Princess Diana Memorial Fountain or rent a boat to paddle around the lake. Don't skip the nearby royal Kensington Palace with the vast Kensington Gardens and picturesque Italian Gardens. Our favorite was The Regent's Park with plenty of paths and a green areas to relax. Walk around beautiful lakes and breathtaking gardens, including the Japanese Garden Island, and admire the animals.
NUMBER 1: Tower Bridge and Tower of London Tower Bridge crosses the River Thames and was built at the end of the 19th century. You can even take a boat ride that goes under Tower Bridge. Don't miss the two essential attractions nearby - the historic castle Tower of London from the 11th century, which is famous for holding many infamous prisoners as well as housing the crown jewel, and the remains of the Roman Wall built in the 2nd and 3rd century. Most of the buildings in London were destroyed throughout its 2000-year history. However, you’ll still find Roman and other ruins spread throughout the city that are still visible today. Check our travel guide for more suggestions. And here is the bonus attraction that we promised. Did you know that the Prime Meridian Line, an imaginary line like the equator dividing the earth into the eastern and western hemispheres, is located in Greenwich, a village near London? You can actually see the line and cross it. How cool is that? And while you are in the area, explore other attractions, like Cutty Sark, the iconic sailing ship, the fastest ship of its time. Continue to our video on what you should know before visiting London.
2023.06.06 11:28 KasturiHospital01 Best Orthopedic Hospital in Hyderabad
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Choosing the Best Orthopedic Hospital in Hyderabad
for Superior Care
When it comes to seeking orthopedic care, finding the best hospital is crucial for ensuring effective treatment and optimal recovery. Hyderabad, known for its advanced medical facilities, offers a wide range of orthopedic hospitals. In this article, we will explore the factors that make a hospital the best choice for orthopedic care in Hyderabad, helping you make an informed decision for your healthcare needs.
- Specialized Expertise:
The best orthopedic hospital in Hyderabad should boast a team of highly skilled and experienced orthopedic specialists. Look for hospitals that have a dedicated department of orthopedics with a team of orthopedic surgeons, consultants, and supporting staff who possess expertise in various orthopedic sub-specialties such as joint replacement, spine surgery, sports medicine, and trauma care. This ensures that you receive specialized care tailored to your specific condition.
- State-of-the-Art Infrastructure:
An exceptional orthopedic hospital should have state-of-the-art infrastructure and advanced diagnostic and treatment facilities. Look for hospitals equipped with modern operation theaters, advanced imaging technology, such as MRI and CT scans, and well-equipped physiotherapy and rehabilitation units. Cutting-edge facilities enable accurate diagnosis, effective treatment, and comprehensive rehabilitation, leading to better patient outcomes.
- Comprehensive Range of Services:
Choose a hospital that offers a comprehensive range of orthopedic services. This includes the diagnosis and treatment of various orthopedic conditions, such as fractures, ligament injuries, arthritis, spinal disorders, and sports injuries. Additionally, the hospital should offer specialized services like joint replacement surgeries (hip, knee, shoulder), arthroscopic procedures, minimally invasive surgeries, and advanced techniques like robotic-assisted surgery. A hospital that covers a wide spectrum of orthopedic care ensures that you can receive all the necessary treatments under one roof.
- Patient-Centric Approach:
The best orthopedic hospital prioritizes patient care and well-being. Look for hospitals that provide personalized attention, compassionate care, and a patient-centric approach. The hospital should have a dedicated team of nurses, physiotherapists, and support staff who ensure that patients receive individualized care throughout their treatment journey. Positive patient experiences and testimonials are a good indication of a hospital's commitment to patient satisfaction. 5. Success Rate and Reputation:
Do thorough research to evaluate the success rate and reputation of the orthopedic hospital you are considering. Check for the hospital's track record in handling complex orthopedic cases and patient outcomes. Look for patient reviews, testimonials, and online ratings to gauge the hospital's reputation. It is also advisable to seek recommendations from trusted sources, such as family, friends, or your primary care physician, who can provide insights into the hospital's quality of care.
- Accessibility and Amenities:
Consider the hospital's location and accessibility, especially in emergency situations. A well-connected hospital with good transportation facilities ensures easy access for patients. Additionally, facilities like 24/7 emergency services, pharmacy, laboratory, and in-house imaging services contribute to a smooth healthcare experience.
Choosing the Best orthopedic hospital in Hyderabad
requires careful consideration of several factors, including specialized expertise, advanced infrastructure, comprehensive services, patient-centric care, success rate, and accessibility. By conducting thorough research and evaluating these aspects, you can make an informed decision and receive superior orthopedic care that will aid your recovery and improve your quality of life. Remember, your choice of hospital can greatly influence your orthopedic treatment outcomes, so take the time to find the best one for your needs.
2023.06.06 09:34 nissan_patrol Roar Ambition/ One Consulting experience review / 3 months
(TLDR Did a couple months at door to door sales crap company and here's a review of what takes place.).
After reading all of the posts about Roar Ambition and One Consulting and all the other "shell" companies under Jamie Talbots name, I figured let me see what this is all about as I had free time and wanted to see if I could make a quick few bucks between Uni. So here's the breakdown of what to expect.
Week 1: So you'll jump through hoops and be put into tests in which they'll ask very little of you to do but make you seem like the lucky winner and they see a lot in you. All this involves is a Zoom call and a couple of waffle questions.
Once you start you are put on a 3 day training, in which they give you a script and take you to the day location where you'll spend time watching someone more experienced, then by the end of the 3 days giving it a run for yourself once you've learned a load of high pressure sales phrases.
Week 2: So once you get here you've learned the script and you're looking to get sign ups. The majority of work they do these days is to do with getting Direct Debit charity sign ups. For each sign up supposedly you are on 55% commission depending on the campaign and how difficult it is to sign up on the doors. Personally I worked a dogs charity, it was 35GBP per signup commission and I believe it was another 30GBP being paid back to the company. They introduce common sales terms like, "ringing the bell" and "high rollers". Essentially a load of motivational crap to keep you on your feet. Pay is affected by what the customer asks of the sales team, age restrictions mostly.
In this second week I was pulling decent numbers and ended up at Gauchos for dinner with all the leaders of each of their offices because of my performance. Essentially this was free food while everyone brown noses Talbot about how grateful they are for a few hours. Not everyone does pull numbers and sales are mostly based on luck on who opens that door.
There is little to no skill involved, this isn't the Wolves of Warrington.
Week 3: Still haven't been paid for any of the sales you do, and you won't be until 3 weeks from your first sale. Not when you first start. This is when you'll start seeing "promotions" about this leadership scheme they have based on performance.
15 sales moves you up to being able to take new suckers on and teach them. Then once you have the next level of suckers you can move up one more and promote one of your suckers and so on. This goes all the way up until you have a 6 layer deep sucker stack. Obviously, once these suckers inevitably quit you need to replace them, so it's completely based on how long you can keep these blokes under you. Weeks start to slow down as you work long hours and get paid off complete luck. It is completely possible and likely you do a 50 hour week and get paid nothing.
Week 4: So ideally you'd be in position to hire new goonies on by now and start milking them, this is where the shell companies come in. So what you see on Indeed is many adverts from lots of goons looking to take in fresh suckers all to the same place. Talbot doesn't make 50 companies with 50 ads, he has lots of staff trying to take on fresh guys who all have their own "companies". This is why you see the flurry of adverts on Indeed with all the same style writing.
Week 5+ : Essentially from here on out it's the same old same old, get told about how close promotion is by a guy who only wants you promoted so he can move on from the shit job he's doing, and constantly wack on a smile as you walk 10km hoping someone spares you their account number and sort code.
Overall, it was a job. A terrible job, with fluctuating pay and painfully long hours. There is worse jobs out there in the world, but this one is pretty high up. Unless you truly are a fool you won't stay long, they'll pressure you into staying, (as now they need to find a new sucker and train them up). In a year you'll make more working any minimum wage job than doing that and you won't have to work half as hard or be half as lucky.
You'll see people all over this subreddit blasting it and telling you to stay away because it's crap, and they're right, but if you want some positives that came out of it then here they are;
- I'm net positive. I'm not rich, I didn't make loads of cash. I didn't even make enough to say my lifestyle changed particularly from when I was solely at uni. For the hours I put in I got very little out of it, but I was net positive which is expected when you work a job I suppose.
- Character building? Made me tougher and gave me some thick skin. Getting blasted all day and abused while walking up and down for 8 hours will do that. I can walk into just about any environment now and feel comfortable, as I've dealt with hostile people in some terrible places. After being told to F off 100 times in a day and still rocking up with a smile after builds you up into a bigger person. Probably better ways to do though.
That's about it. I'd advise the Liverpool Unis to warn people about Talbot as he will continue to snipe new students into it. That was an experience from someone who was good at sales too, couldn't imagine what it would be like for someone who didn't already know what they're doing.
Happy to answer any further questions.
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2023.06.06 08:42 Vivid_Impression2508 5 Hot penny stocks to watch with big news this week.
Whether you’re trading penny stocks or higher-priced company shares, everyone wants to gain an edge. In the stock market today, there are plenty of catalysts to consider. Some are more apparent than others. Today we look at headlines and stock market news, one of the most frequently used by retail traders.
Some might call it the secret sauce in the stock market recipe. It’s what keeps things interesting and keeps us on our toes. It’s like their GPS, guiding them through the wild jungle of the market. Whether it’s a company smashing its earnings report, a new CEO taking the reins, a fresh product hitting the shelves, or some regulatory decision shaking things up, every bit of news matters.
For traders, the news is their bread and butter. Especially when it comes to penny stocks, where things can go from zero to one hundred real quick. A positive news release can send a penny stock exploding higher, giving traders a chance to cash in. On the flip side, bad news can cause a stock to nosedive. But even that can be a chance to make a buck if you’re into short-selling.
So, you might say that news is pretty important in the stock market. It’s the heartbeat, the rhythm, the thing that keeps traders informed. In this article, we will unravel the stories of five penny stocks that have been in the news recently. We’ll dig into their announcements, discuss their meaning, and discuss how they could impact investors and traders.
So, whether you’re a Wall Street master or a newbie just dipping your toes in the market, you’ll be equipped with an understanding of what’s happening in the stock market today. Then you can decide if any companies are worth adding to your list of penny stocks to watch.
Penny Stocks To Watch
Tenax Therapeutics ($TENX) Pharmaceutical company Tenax Therapeutics Has pulled an about-face in the stock market today. The move comes after its latest news release regarding a significant patent milestone.
TENX Stock News What’s moving TENX stock today? The company announced that the US Patent & Trademark Office granted a Notice of Allowance for its application covering the use of Tenax’s oral levosimendan (TNX-103) in pulmonary hypertension. The patent is titled, “LEVOSIMENDAN FOR TREATING PULMONARY HYPERTENSION WITH HEART FAILURE WITH PRESERVED EJECTION FRACTION .”
“With this Notice of Allowance, Tenax is now exceptionally well-positioned to realize the significant commercial potential of oral levosimendan, based on this new IP protection that will last until at least the end of 2040. Advancing this daily oral formulation into Phase 3 studies for the treatment of PH-HFpEF, a heart condition affecting millions of people in the United States with no FDA-approved treatments, is our next step,” said Chris Giordano, Chief Executive Officer of Tenax Therapeutics.
Aridis Pharmaceutical Inc. ($ARDS) Another one of the biotech penny stocks to watch today after news is Aridis Pharmaceuticals. The company develops candidates for treating various infections.
ARDS Stock News Why is ARDS stock up today? The company announced a favorable response from the FDA regarding its proposed Phase 3 study of AR-301 in treating pneumonia that resulted from Gram-positive bacteria Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) in mechanically ventilated hospitalized patients.
“This provides a clear clinical and regulatory pathway to bring AR-301 to patients with high unmet medical needs and enhances the opportunity for potential pharma partners,” explained CEO Vu Truong. The study’s design is required to support the submission of a Biologics License Application as well.
Kopin Corporation ($KOPN) Microdisplay and optical solution company, Kopin Corp. has been on the list of penny stocks to watch for over a month. A mix of news and insider trading has helped promote optimism in the market.
KOPN Stock News There have been plenty of recent catalysts in the market, including company directors purchasing tens of thousands of shares during the second half of the month. In addition, last week, Kopin extended the deposition capabilities of its OLED device to support US Department of Defense initiatives.
Bill Maffucci, Kopin’s Senior Vice President of Business Development and Strategy. “These new partnership agreements extend our deposition supply base into several US Department of Defense and NATO-friendly locations, supporting duplicity and continuity of our supply chain while at the same time bring more of the OLED packaging and testing processes in-house at Kopin. In addition, Kopin has gained access through these agreements to a broader set of OLED displays and other advanced technologies, to further enhance our product offerings.”
Looking ahead, Kopin announced this week that it would present at the upcoming Stifel Cross Sector Insight Investor Conference. The event takes place June 6-7.
Trust Stamp Inc. ($IDAI) We discussed T Stamp in yesterday’s article Penny Stocks & The Stock Market Today: Top Trends & Stocks To Watch. The identity technology company provides AI-powered trust and ID services across several sectors. Last week, the company announced a patent allowance by the USPTO titled “Systems and processes for lossy biometric representation,” which expanded Trust Stamps’ current IP portfolio.
IDAI Stock News Why is IDAI stock up again this week? Trust Stamp announced a Notice of Allowance for an additional patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. This Notice of Allowance follows a previous patent allowance from earlier in the month.
The patent is titled “Systems and Methods for Identity Verification via Third-Party Account.” The company uses a “proprietary process to establish control of one or more third-party accounts as a primary or secondary identity authentication factor and is intended to complement Trust Stamp’s AI-generated Irreversibly Transformed Identity Token (IT2) technology.”
Trevena Inc. ($TRVN) Biopharma company Trevena has also made waves in the stock market this week. The company develops medicines to address central nervous system disorders and has grabbed investor interest for the last few weeks. Initially, it stemmed from gaining the approval of OLINVYK in China. This is the company’s treatment for acute pain.
TRVN Stock News Why is TRVN stock up today? Trevena was also set to receive a $3 million milestone payment from its partner in China as part of the deal. “We look forward to continuing to work closely to support Nhwa in their commercial efforts. They have already begun commercial efforts in China, and we are excited to see OLINVYK made available in such an important market,” said Carrie Bourdow, President and CEO of Trevena, Inc.
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2023.06.06 08:10 ASomeoneOnReddit Is the tram worth to get on sale?
Currently I'm just getting a public transport craze after a period of highway craze, I wanted to make more small, inner city transportation, but I don't really like bus and want a more aesthetic thing that greatly impacts the look of the city, like tram rails. And it seems that tram is a pretty good transportation mode in the game. I also want to recreate some real life locations with tram. Those are the reasons for it.
The reason against it: it's 16$ in my region, in normal price, and still gonna cost a good few bucks on big sale.
Is the tram in the Snowfall DLC worth the price when it's on sale, about 8 dollars? (alongside snow maps which I personally has some nostalgia for, grew up in cold place)
Or should I count luck on CS2 having all the transit in base game.
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2023.06.06 07:04 Cratzx ILPT Request: Gym won’t cancel my membership, any ideas ?
Unfortunately i got into a membership with them (I know, dumb idea) that is a 1 year, after a couple months I moved and the location it’s like 1 hour away from me. They say I have a gym close to me that is still a 30 minute drive..
Management said in a nasty way they won’t cancel and they expect me to pay 300 bucks for that.
What I can do to bother them in any way possible ? At this point I just want to be an annoyance to the maximum level to them without breaking the contract.
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2023.06.06 02:55 SirPanticus Flores: The Most Versatile Attacker
When going over VODs of the Copenhagen Major, I started to notice Flores as the perfect flex pick. A do-it-all operator that I find seriously underappreciated. Let me outline his kit's numerous uses:
- Utility clear
: By far his greatest strength. Can wipe out multiple defender gadgets with very little risk. Prime example is Oregon basement. A once notorious bunker shield that took a considerable amount of time to clear is now dealt with in seconds. He also has flashes for clearing ADS/Wamai magnets.
- Soft breach
: While he isn't as effective as Buck/Sledge/Ash, he still has the soft breach capability, which makes him especially useful as a backup plan in case the main soft breach dies, or if a site requires considerable remodeling (Open Area on Bank). Overall, just a nice additional use.
: While regular drones are obviously superior for intel-gathering, his RATEROs can also do the job. While utility clearing, you can also take that time to get a short peek at what is around the utility, providing intel to teammates.
- Area denial
: Considering his gadget will kill (or at least do damage to) any defender in its radius, area denial is another capability of his drones. Although very situational, there are some instances where this can be used. For example, Flores can push defenders out of small power positions, such as Chalet library corner or Club garage catwalk. This might not kill or even fully push the defender out, but it will make their job much more difficult. Another use of his gadget (albeit situational) for area denial is to deny defuser disabling. Simply hop on his drone and set it to explode on top of the defuser.
: A very niche part of his gadget that is rarely used. This is the unique ability of getting on his RATERO, sending it in a direction, then getting off the cam before detonation. The RATERO will continue travelling even when you are not on it. This is great for throwing off defenders in an area you want to enter, providing a distraction as you look for kills (similar to baiting a Iana hologram).
Flores does have his share of counters and downsides. His biggest being Mute (you can throw Mozzie in this as well). Well-placed jammers can make it especially difficult for Flores. However, Mute's jammers are pretty easily counterable, depending on their position/location.
One of Flores' biggest downsides is time. Unfortunately, Flores requires a considerable amount of time in order for his drones to be effective. An effective Flores means using that precious time efficiently. Ideally you should not be wasting his drones, you want to get them in quick and do your job. A lot of this comes down to positioning and planning (close enough to get the drones in fast, and having a plan on where to use them).
The Soniqs used him expertly in their Bank match against NIP in the quarterfinals of the Copenhagen Major. Here are some clips showcasing how they used him: Example #1
Rexen wastes no time opening up sightlines onto Open Area. These sightlines later allowed a pinch play that killed kondz and helped the Soniqs win the round. Example #2
CTZN takes just a couple of seconds to take out a shield, severely damaging the effectiveness of kondz's power position. Example #3
Geo not only gains valuable intel on Psycho, but he also adds pressure, which forces Psycho to back off his aggressive hold. Example #4
Same round as Example #3. With Buck dead, geo uses his RATERO to provide vertical pressure onto archives. Example #5
Again, same round as the previous two examples (geo putting in work, as usual). Here geo uses his last drone to clear out archives, and to expand the rotate to allow easier access for his team.
To sum up those last 3 examples: IN ONE ROUND, geo helps pressure the roam, provides vertical, and clears out archives, all with zero risk of death. This round perfectly showcases the jack-of-all-trades that is Flores.
This is my first post of this kind. Please be gentle lol and provide any constructive criticism you may have, or feel free to start a discussion. Thanks!
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2023.06.06 02:06 Psionz e-scooter shops in Welling area?
I'm looking to purchase an e-scooter and am struggling to locate somewhere in Wellington that sells them.
I'm circa 100kg and live up in the western hills so looking for something a bit grunty to get me to and from the CBD for work so the PB Tech options are out.
A quick google round indicates I'll need at least 1500-2000 bucks but for that price I'll definitely want to test it. I can only find online stores or ones based elsewhere so far.
Not sure if I need remedial google training or what...
This one is the early leader in the clubhouse after a bit of cursory research: https://stormrides.nz/products/mercane-widewheel-pro
Any other suggestions greatfully received.
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