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2023.06.07 13:37 zgthor Eery feeling while play lbp1 at night
2023.06.07 13:27 SourcerBot 'Virgin birth' recorded in crocodile for 1st time ever
Scientists have announced the first ever recorded case of a crocodile "virgin birth" after a female that had been isolated for 16 years was discovered with a clutch of eggs. They also said the discovery of a virgin birth in a crocodile means FP has now been found in both birds, which descended from dinosaurs, and a crocodilian, suggesting a common evolutionary origin.Keep reading with 3 related articles: The Times (2023-06-06 at 23:01) Crocodile’s virgin birth illuminates genesis of dinosaur reproduction Live Science (2021-08-26 at 14:47) Italian shark has 'virgin birth' after 10 years in all-female shark tank The Independent (2023-06-03 at 23:59) Homecoming on film: Award-winning Mariupol documentary screened for 1st time in Ukraine
2023.06.07 13:21 cash4bad How strong would the Akatsuki be if "friendly fire" is turned off?
2023.06.07 13:18 PsyopVet I feel like I’m about to get screwed.
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2023.06.07 13:11 Fun-Ostrich-5523 Accident in Bayside, Queens on 6/4/23
2023.06.07 13:11 ggSwindles Building my first deck, any advice is appreciated
Hello, I'm aiming for a ramp deck.submitted by ggSwindles to cuecardgameAvid [link] [comments]
This deck is composed of 10 ramp cards, and 8 tech and point slam cards.
Gameplan: Intentionally lose the first or 2nd round, while building up your recurring power. While losing, I'm aiming to save the point slam cards in hand and play all the low power ramp cards.
What I love about this kind of deck is the slow buildup of frustration my enemy gets as the rounds go by. I think that most decks at my level is averaging around 200 to 300 per turn. The strength of my deck is that I completely control when I want to lose or not, compared to the average deck.
The deck below is something I am aiming for, while my current deck is somewhat a lower version of the cards I haven't unlocked.
At rounds 4 to 5, I should be able to play 400 to 550 per turn.
The downside of this deck is that I feel like it's simply a meme/non optimal deck. "Pure decks" like sharks deck, bird decks or something like that easily play for 400 to 500 per turn with minimal setup irrespective of the current league. And that's something I also hate about the AI decks, even when progressing through the ranks, sometimes AI decks can't even play 200 point consistently, leaving me unable to gauge how strong rank 5 should be.
There could also be draw sequences where I could easily lose from the get-go so there's that's a big minus as well.
Deck explanation: Ramp Cards:
Lich - 30/20/10 Anubis - 20 Snow Queen - 20 Helen Keller - 15 Diamonds - 12 Winchester Rifle - 10 Krampus - 10 Veil Nebula - 10 Amelia Earhart - 8 Clouded Leopard - 4+1
Tech cards: (I don't know what to call this in CUE terms) Indigo Milk Cap - Almost as strong as Lich as long as I get to hold it. I only play these when I get stuck with early non-ramp cards.
Hibiscus - Free points because some ramp cards have less than 40 power. Plays for around 77 but the cards on the left get to keep the 40 points.
Dark Web - I think this plays for 337 and generally is one of the strongest cards in the game.
Yeti - has a +5 ramp and helps win the turn when paired with other points card. Black Knight - plays for 170 according to condition. You'll be trailing most of the time anyway. Hammerhead Shark - plays for 133 but is a permanent -10 to 5 cards. I hate this card so much. Godzilla - ramps by itself and has a huge starting power. HD 189733 B - 160/110 points easy.
I think that something like bobbit worm, or eros could fit here when I optimize it further, but I still have to learn more about the cards in the game.
I'm new to the game and have just played since last week. I would like to know more about recurring points - ramp deck. Any advice on what other cards fit in this is appreciated.
I've also been trading favorable trades (to the receiver) just to get ahold of some cards here and I always get consistently declined. Any advices on how to trade as well? Are some of the cards I don't have here have some sort of high value in the trading market?
2023.06.07 13:07 Eravar1 An argument for printing more bad cards
2023.06.07 12:52 Bradtothebone SurfShark suddenly not working on Android TV.
2023.06.07 12:23 lizziemcquire 6 months ago I started a new job and decided to use that as a kickstart to revive the curls!
As the title says, 6 months ago I started a new job and decided to use this as a rebrand which sounds so dramatic lolsubmitted by lizziemcquire to curlyhair [link] [comments]
But I began to just not put head on my hair. I ditched all the protein heavy olaplex that I’d spent hundreds on to keep up the platinum.
I started with the newly formulated diva curl shampoo and conditioner for damaged hair. I liked it well enough but stopped because the reputation they had previously still made me uneasy.
I switched to quidad shampoo and conditioner, but this time I avoided the “curl quencher” heavier option and went for the lighter “vitacurl+” line. Big difference.
So I got to thinking. With how thin the blonde had made my hair I couldn’t really handle oils and heavy butters.
My hair was now thin and high porosity.
I got the quai clarifying shampoo to add to the quidad conditioner to test the ‘heavy product’ theory and lo and behold I got great results.
I kept digging and eventually switched to the k18 peptide prep shampoo which was meant to help clarify out heavy water buildup.
Now, I condition first, work that in to break up the product from the week, detangle with conditioner and water and tangle teezer in the shower. Then shampoo. Don’t condition again.
I use a curl cream (currently beyond the zone curling creme) but that varies depending on the mood of the day. Then innersense volumizing cream. Clump my curls with denman. Then I use the diva curl gel with the strongest hold. Diffuse with shark hair dryer. Scrunch out the crunch.
I also about two weeks ago toned over the platinum with a level 7/8 concoction glaze that I whipped up.
It took me another two weeks to work up to actually going through with going dark but I love it so so much!
2023.06.07 11:10 ObsnobYibbleflop When I was younger, I had voices in my head, to tell me to do things, and if I didn’t, then something bad would happen.
2023.06.07 11:10 AxelFooley Advice needed, i'm gonna spend a lot of money this season
So i joined iRacing a couple of months ago with the objective to race LMP/LMDh cars.submitted by AxelFooley to iRacing [link] [comments]
Right before the end of last season i managed to rank up to C Class after spending a lot of time driving GT86, MX-5 and my favourite of them all (until now) my Merc GT4.
The Caddy looks very juicy to me and i'd like to buy it and start finally racing prototypes. I looked at the schedule and the IMSA non endurance series looks perfect to me.
The cold shower was my cart after looking at what i need in order to race this season, have a look below:
OMG it's a lot of money, i can afford it financially but still it seems way too much for one like me who race for passion and fun, i'm not a pro driver not even close.
My questions are: Am i doing it right? Am i missing something? Do i really need to spend that much money or i can save on something?
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2023.06.07 10:41 Rough_Decision2000 I am getting interviewed for a volunteer position how should I prepare?
2023.06.07 09:51 UseApprehensive1102 (Repost) New Card Reviews: Martin Luther King Jr.!
Hello, let us review the notable, no pun intended, "King of Civil Rights" Martin Luther King Jr. Well, we are doing this 2 months early, by the way.submitted by UseApprehensive1102 to cuecardgameAvid [link] [comments]
Rarity: Legendary (Basic)
Special Ability: Stride Toward Freedom (When played, your cards in hand gain +20 Power this turn and whem returned, if you won the turn, you gain +1 Energy/turn permanently.)
MLK Jr. is a generalist support card. He effectively has 70 hitting power, for just 3 Energy. This translates to approximately 23 PPE effectively. This is a good breaking point, but it is not really the main point of this card, since many other Legendaries like German Shepherd and Elysium employ similar buffs. However, his main specialty is the permanent Energy/turn boost if won. For a card that costs only a dirt cheap 3 Energy, having this ability seems really powerful, especially on low-Energy rules since only a few cards can provide permanent Energy/turn debuffs to opponents. His power support synergizes quite well with this ability, and the "Play" ability works on anything from A Christmas Carol to HD 189733 b to Dracula Parrot. The Return ability also makes Francis Crick and Amazon Sloth, both of which starve you of Energy by decreasing your Energy generation for the rest of the game more bearable to use. His low base Power might make him require support, but it can also be beneficial in some circumstances. Notably, he can be played in the middle slot to absorb the debuffs from Chronophotographic Guns, Dracula Parrots and Snowflakes.
Of course even this notable civil rights activist has limitations. Because he relies on winning games, he is weak to splash-based Power-reducers such as Chupacabra, Longsword, Hammerhead Shark and Blood, among others. If not available, locking this card with Triathlon, Shi Pei Pu or The Brain is still an option, as he has no Draw or Start-based abilities. Lastly, Shake Up The System isn't a viable collection, as there aren't many powerful supporters for the collection.
Overall, this card's combination of powerful abilities is enough to warrant him an S+ status. Works on any deck, even the one with specialized collections (Birds, Sharks, Primates, etc...) or tons of Limited cards.
2023.06.07 09:44 VizVizy Did you know that Sharko is based on Shark-Giant from Bloodborne?
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2023.06.07 08:57 Akatsukilove Insane 79g season sim (NHL22)
I am in year 12 of my San Jose Sharks franchise SIM when I came across this. To preface I slow sim each game on medium scoring.submitted by Akatsukilove to EANHLfranchise [link] [comments]
A. Hart had a monster 79g season, second highest being 47. He also had a 51 point gap between himself and the 2nd highest scorer on his team. Has anyone come across a season like this? His shooting stats are not even as high as I have seen on other players.
2023.06.07 08:38 hnqn1611 TOP 10 Things to do in LISBON - [2023 Lisboa Travel Guide]
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Number 10: Belém Tower The Belem Tower, part of UNESCO World Heritage, is one of the most recognizable tourist attractions in Lisbon. Built in the 16th century, it was considered the gateway to the nation’s capital, strategically located at the mouth of the Tagus River. It was initially built as a fort to protect the city from incoming raids along the river. The tower is also a symbol of Europe’s Age of Discovery, also known as Age of Exploration, a period in the 15th and 16th century where some European nations, including Portugal, began exploring and conquering the world. Did you know that the tower once stood on an island, but the earthquake of 1755 shifted the river’s course, moving the island closer to land? Don’t skip nearby attractions including the statue celebrating the Portuguese Age of Discovery, and Waterfront Promenade Belém with a fantastic view towards the beautiful 25 de Abril bridge
Number 9: Old-style forms of public transportation In the late 18-hundreds and the beginning of 20th century, Lisbon came up with several ingenious transportation solutions to help locals and visitors tackle the city’s steep hills and enjoy its magnificent sights. Trams are a popular way to ger around the city, nowadays especially amongst tourists. These small nostalgic streetcars have been a part of Lisbon’s streets since 1901. Ride the renowned tram number 28 that passes through the old city and other famous parts of Lisbon. By the way, did you know that before 1901 trams ran as a horsecar line, but due to Lisbon’s steep slopes, the horses were eventually replaced by a more efficient cable-driven transport. Funiculars are another fun way to explore Lisbon. Ascensor do Lavra, city’s first funicular, was inaugurated in 1884. There are others, like Elevador da Glória famous for its colorful street art, or Bica funicular that will take you through the picturesque part of the city. Ride the neo-Gothic vertical lift Elevador de Santa Justa connecting downtown and Chiado, or take advantage of the modern ones, like Lift Castelo.
Number 8: Castel of Saint George Castel of Saint George, initially surrounded by a wall to form a citadel, is now an iconic historical complex that played an essential role in the history of Lisbon. The fortification dates back to the 1st century AD and was occupied by different civilizations, however, the area was inhabited long before. The site was eventually conquered from the Moors by the Portuguese military action in the 1147 Siege of Lisbon. In the 13th century, the castle became a fortified residence for the kings. Today, visitors can enjoy a walk-through of castle’s expansive grounds that include the ruins of the royal palace, a permanent exhibition with objects found in the archaeological area, and several platforms with amazing panoramic views of the city and other attractions. Of course, you cannot miss funny and loud peacocks roaming around the castle complex, a sort of unofficial castle permanent residents. Check our Lisbon walking tour to get the real feel of the castle and the entire city. The link is in the description. https://amzn.to/43uwwz0
Number 7: Mercado da Ribeira and other food destinations One does not fully explore Lisbon without tasting the city’s unique cuisine. Mercado da Ribeira is one of Lisbon’s oldest markets and has been around since the 13th century. From the early beginning, the market has undergone several upgrades. The market hall, which features iron interiors and a large oriental dome, was opened in 1882. The area is divided into the traditional market that sells fresh produce and a modern food hall with over 30 stalls and bars serving top-notch Portuguese cuisine as well as food from other parts of the world. In 2014, the Time Out Market, a venture of Time Out magazine, took over the food hall part of Mercado da Ribeira. Don’t skip other markets and food destinations across the city, like the bohemian Lx Factory situated in an old textile factory complex, now full of trendy bars and restaurants, quirky shops, independent art studios and Livraria Ler Devagar — one of the most unique bookstores in the world. Walk around cobblestone streets, sit down in one of many bars or restaurants, and soak up the atmosphere. Explore Alfama and other districts with traditional taverns and restaurants, some even offering live fado, a unique genre of music that originated in Lisbon. Check our travel guide for more suggestions. By the way, our mobile-friendly travel guide covers the top 20 things to do in Lisbon and things to know before you visit, including maps, opening hours, links to buy tickets, itinerary suggestions, and other information. By purchising our travel guide, you are also helping us sustain this channel, so a big thank you for that!
Number 6: Carmo Convent Built in the 14th century, Carmo Convent used to be the largest church in Lisbon. But the Great Earthquake of 1755 destroyed the building, along with much of the city. Today, visitors can admire its grand arches and the carvings on the walls that have survived for centuries. A small archeological museum located at the sacristy features archeological finds from Portuguese history, including fountains, tombs, and architectural relics from different styles and areas. The museum also features a 15-minute interactive video projection describing the convent’s history.
Number 5: Lisbon Zoo No matter your age, a trip to the zoo will always be fun and memorable, and especially so at the Lisbon Zoo. The zoo founded in 1884, is the first park with various flora and fauna in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, Lisbon Zoo is home to over 2,000 animals from 300 different species from all over the globe, including dolphins, tigers, reptiles, primates, and other animals. The mission of the zoo is also scientific research, conservation and breeding of endangered species, along with the recreational activities. Embark on a unique adventure and explore the zoo from a different perspective and jump on a fascinating 20-minutes cable car ride.
Number 4: Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology Visit The Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology or MAAT opened in 2016. As the name suggests, it is home to exhibitions in art, architecture, and technology. Its distinct design stands out, with its prominent location on the banks of the River Tagus. The museum’s rooftop offers a fantastic views of the 25 de Abril bridge and the city. Instead of permanent collections, visitors can explore temporary exhibits by contemporary artists, and other creators like architects, both national and international. Don’t skip Tejo Power Station, situated in a former thermoelectric power plant, now a permanent exhibition venue. Lisbon has a long and rich history, and this is reflected in its numerous museums. Check our travel guide for more suggestions.
Number 3: Jerónimos Monastery Construction of this massive monastery and a church for the Order of Saint Jerome began in 1501 but was not completed for another 100 years. Jerónimos Monastery replaced the old church used by monks providing assistance to sailors in transit. The monastery is a prime example of Manueline architectural style from the 16th century. This Portuguese late Gothic style originated in the Portuguese Renaissance and Age of Discoveries. The style incorporates richly decorated maritime elements carved in limestone discovered on expeditions of Vasco da Gama and Pedro Álvares Cabral. Stroll along the two-story cloisters and the Church of Santa Maria, and it will be easy to understand why Jerónimos Monastery is considered a symbol of Portugal’s immense wealth during the Age of Discoveries. The monastery, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is also a burial place of King Manuel I, and other prominent figures, like the famous Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama. Did you know that the recipe for the world-renowned Portuguese custard tarts known as pastéis de Nata also called pastéis de Belém was created by the monks of Jerónimos Monastery? This video is sponsored by Beeyond, helping you save space when you travel and organize your suitcase. A revolutionary new way to organize your luggage consists of a set of small and large packing cubes. Once you’re done packing, just close both zippers, compress the air out of your packing cubes like this, and voila, your clothes are compressed, and your luggage is organized. We use Beeyond packing cubes on our travels, and they are even designed to fit your carry-on. Visit Beeyond’s Amazon page to get your own compression packing cube set. The link is in the description.
Number 2: Oceanário de Lisboa Oceanário de Lisboa is the largest indoor aquarium in Europe, home to over 16,000 marine animals and plants from 450 different species, including sandtiger sharks, cute sea otters, funny penguins, and other fascinating animals. Walk around this unique aquarium and experience four different natural habitats and learn about animal life in their natural environment through information panels. The oceanarium’s main exhibit is a large tank with glass panel windows strategically placed in various aquarium parts, creating a unique visual experience. Oceanário de Lisboa is just one of the famous landmarks located in Parque das Nações, the former site of Expo ’98. While in the Expo district, admire the majestic Vasco da Gama bridge, the longest bridge in Europe, or the beautiful Torre Vasco da Gama. Hop on the cable car to get a nice view of the entire district.
Number 1: Commerce Square Praça do Comércio or Commerce Square, overlooking the Tagus River, served as a transportation and commercial hub, and is now the seat of some of the most important Portuguese state offices. Walk along Cais das Colunas or Ribeira das Naus to enjoy a historic waterfront area. One of the most famous attractions in the square is Arco da Rua Augusta, a stone building commemorating the city’s reconstruction after the earthquake in 1755.
Climb the arch to enjoy spectacular views of the square and the city. The arch entrance reveals Lisbon’s main pedestrian area, Rua Augusta, a bustling street full of shops and restaurants. The nearby Rossio Square has been one of the main squares in Lisbon since the Middle Ages. Sit down in one of many cafes or restaurants, like the historic Café Nicola, and admire traditional Portuguese pavement style “calçada” and the plaza’s baroque fountains and neoclassical architecture. And here is the bonus that we promised. If you have some time left, explore Almada district with Cristo Rei National Sanctuary, a favorite destination for those looking to spend some quiet time with breathtaking views towards the river and the city. If you find it familiar, it’s because it resembles the Christ the Redeemer statue of Rio de Janeiro. Thank you for watching. We wish you an amazing trip to Lisbon!
2023.06.07 08:33 yondiame_hokage Has anyone else had this many kills in this little amount of time?
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2023.06.07 08:04 Simply-Zen Anybody else feels like aggro deck wins are just dice rolls now?
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