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2022.01.24 20:23 Makks131 YOU FILTHY LIAR

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2022.01.24 20:23 digitaldelete Marooned because my 2020 Mazda3 thermostat is backordered for almost 2 months

I lease a 2020 Mazda3 AWD with 11k miles which I love but this recent experience is definitely leaving me a little sour. My car has struggled with heat for a couple of weeks and finally the check engine light came on 2 days ago with a warning that the engine may not operate correctly at this temp. It needs the thermostat replaced.
Besides the fact that a car with 11k miles has a broken thermostat, I'm also kind of annoyed with the time they have to hold my car, they're estimating 50 days. They also have all their loaners booked for the next month and a half.
I am reading that It's technically drivable but with temperatures around 10-15° this week and the car running terrible, I don't think it's worth it.
So here I am paying a monthly payment and insurance for a car that will sit at the dealer for the foreseeable future.
Do you think it's worth just going to a private mechanic and paying up for a non oem thermostat of which im sure they have readily available? Is this an expensive repair?
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2022.01.24 20:23 mexinvest Second death confirmed after attack at Xcaret hotel; DEA will investigate Grupo Xcaret

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2022.01.24 20:23 wtfhysics [University Physics: DC Circuits] Where did I go wrong?

'Calculate the potential difference between A and B'. The correct answer should be -7V. Please note that I calculated everything using a clockwise direction in both loops, despite the anti-clockwise in the left loop. I changed it at the end when I was calculating the potential difference so I could see more clearly that the voltage changes were against the actual current.
Also, I1 was calculated by simplifying to the left loop (which is what the little redraw is meant to show). The yellow is the equivalent resistance for the parallel branches.
https://preview.redd.it/gqygksr1ypd81.png?width=1693&format=png&auto=webp&s=c363fef3fd4c82fb413faa20f46847f3cfb2bc6b
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2022.01.24 20:23 Thro-it-a-way [Request] What country is this most like? and what ideology?

https://8values.github.io/results.html?e=14.1&d=17.8&g=48.0&s=30.2
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2022.01.24 20:23 Butt3rman Why is it easier for people to leave, than to try?

Tldr: It seems like people encourage a breakup more than trying to fix things.
Over time I have seen couples who go through hard times. When that happens and they talk about it. The majority of people say “just leave the person, its not worth it, your better off without them”. Even if it seems to be something minor, that seems to be the answer. Yet, those same people praise long lasting relationships and congragulate people on there 5yr, 10yr, and 20yr anniversary. Why?
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2022.01.24 20:23 morganhub_premium he found my post about him (even though i covered his name) and decided to go after most people in the comments lmao. it has to be a troll, right?

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2022.01.24 20:23 Captain-KaKnuckles Hunting for the i3 12100f

Planning to upgrade my PC to a 12th gen system. Sold out na sya sa PCHub and for good reason. Grabe yung value nya for around 6k. Been searching the whole night for stores with stock pero parang wala :( Anyone know a store na may stock? and curious lang, why kaya did PCHub have it before others?
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2022.01.24 20:23 summerjuice 19f

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2022.01.24 20:23 Amazing_Architecture BERUIT PORT DESIGN by Samuel Nwobu

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2022.01.24 20:23 imskreeming Redditors who drastically changed their outlooks on life/themselves (for the better), how did you do it?

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2022.01.24 20:23 JimmerManiaForever Market Value vs. Economic Value: The Ben Simmons Conundrum

To be clear, I am not a 76ers fan or a 76ers hater, nor am I saying that Morey should or should not accept any of the trade rumors that we’ve heard are on the table. I’m simply clearing up a few misconceptions that I see a lot on this sub regarding how much Ben Simmons is “worth” or how “valuable” he is.
In the world of Economics, the terms “Market Value” and “Economic Value” often get confused and/or misused.
To put it short, “Market Value” is the price of an item in an efficient market, and it is determined by the supply and demand of that item. For example, if a man is selling T-Shirts for $30 outside of the Wells Fargo Center that say “Shooting Sucks” with Ben Simmons’ face photoshopped on both Beavis and Butthead, he would make a killing. If a passerby sees how much money this guy is making, and decides to jump in the T-Shirt game to make a quick buck, he would likely decide to print the same shirts and sell them for less. Let’s say $27. This puts the first seller in a predicament. Does he keep his price at $30 and hope people still buy from him? Probably not. Let’s say he moves his price to $25 to spite the guy that stole his idea. Long story short, both sellers would end up landing on a price that results in the most profit for them in the long run, based on how much the consumer is willing to spend, and how much competition is in the market. Whatever this number ends up at is called the “Market Value”. It is determined by the supply and demand of an item in a healthy market.
With that being said, the “Market Value” of a good can go up or down over time, but it does NOT change based on what a single customer is willing to pay for that item in their specific circumstance.
The “Economic Value” of a good is slightly different. The “Economic Value” of an item is how much an individual customer is willing to pay for a good based on the measurement of benefit derived from that item to an individual. The “Economic Value” of an item, in short, is the maximum price a customer would be willing to pay for an item. This value can obviously be different for each customer, unlike the “Market Value”. For example, let’s say there are two Philly Cheesesteak shops in the vicinity of the Wells Fargo Center. One is across from the stadium, and the other is 6 blocks away. Shop #1 has a special. They serve a $10 Philly Cheesesteak meal with fries and a large drink. The average customer rates it a 9/10 on Yelp. Shop #2 has also been known to serve a 9/10 rated Cheesesteak. They have a similar meal, but they charge $9 instead of $10. A potential customer that is craving a good Cheesesteak after leaving the stadium must decide whether paying the extra dollar is worth saving themselves from a 6 block walk in the dead of winter. Therefore, a different “Economic Value” can be assigned to the same item by different consumers, based on the perceived benefit that a person derives from that purchase. I’m sure there are better examples, but you get the idea.
Because of this, the “Economic Value” of an item can often be much higher than it’s “Market Value” (or in some cases, much lower). A consumer may be willing to pay higher than “Market Value” for an item depending on the benefits that they perceive to be gained from their purchase.
To summarize, the “Market Value” of an item is the price determined by the supply and demand of a good in a healthy market, and the “Economic Value” of an item is how much a single customer is willing to pay for that item, based on their perceived benefit of purchasing the good.
Now, I’m sure all 3 people that are still reading this are wondering what this has to do with Ben Simmons. The “Market Value” of Ben Simmons has been set. Daryl Morey is NOT the one who determines the “Market Value” of his asset. Neither are we on Reddit. Supply and demand set the “Market Value” of Ben Simmons, and in this case, it is the 29 other GMs that determine the demand for him. In the grand scheme of things, “a item is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it, no more, no less”. The rest of the league has determined Ben Simmons value, and that doesn’t change at all based on how Daryl Morey feels.
What people are failing to understand is that just because Morey says he wants to get a superstar in return for Ben Simmons does not change his “Market Value”, it simply shows that he is hoping an individual team meets his asking price because the “Economic Value” of Ben Simmons to that specific team ends up much higher than the “Market Value” that has been assigned to him.
So why would a single team see Ben Simmons “Economic Value” as much higher than his “Market Value”? The best example of this would be if a team like the Celtics lost in the play-in round this year, and they decide to flip Jaylen Brown for Simmons, or something similar. They would be giving up more than Simmons is truly valued at in the market, because they perceive that the benefits of giving their roster a re-haul after a stagnant era of growth for the team (along with potentially appeasing an upset fanbase) are worth them personally raising their “Economic Value” of Simmons. This scenario would NOT mean that Ben Simmons’ “Market Value” has gone up. It would not justify the misconception that Daryl Morey is waiting until he gets “fair value” in return for Ben Simmons. This would simply mean that the “Economic Value” of Ben Simmons is higher to the Celtics than the “Market Value”. In this case, the Celtics are assuming that their personal benefit in a Jaylen Brown for Ben Simmons swap makes it logical for them to pay higher than his “Market Value”.
In the world of Economics, the terms “Market Value” and “Economic Value” often get confused and/or misused.
To put it short, “Market Value” is the price of an item in an efficient market, and it is determined by the supply and demand of that item. For example, if a man is selling T-Shirts for $30 outside of the Wells Fargo Center that say “Shooting Sucks” with Ben Simmons’ face photoshopped on both Beavis and Butthead, he would make a killing. If a passerby sees how much money this guy is making, and decides to jump in the T-Shirt game to make a quick buck, he would likely decide to print the same shirts and sell them for less. Let’s say $27. This puts the first seller in a predicament. Does he keep his price at $30 and hope people still buy from him? Probably not. Let’s say he moves his price to $25 to spite the guy that stole his idea. Long story short, both sellers would end up landing on a price that results in the most profit for them in the long run, based on how much the consumer is willing to spend, and how much competition is in the market. Whatever this number ends up at is called the “Market Value”. It is determined by the supply and demand of an item in a healthy market.
With that being said, the “Market Value” of a good can go up or down over time, but it does NOT change based on what a single customer is willing to pay for that item in their specific circumstance.
The “Economic Value” of a good is slightly different. The “Economic Value” of an item is how much an individual customer is willing to pay for a good based on the measurement of benefit derived from that item to an individual. The “Economic Value” of an item, in short, is the maximum price a customer would be willing to pay for an item. This value can obviously be different for each customer, unlike the “Market Value”. For example, let’s say there are two Philly Cheesesteak shops in the vicinity of the Wells Fargo Center. One is across from the stadium, and the other is 6 blocks away. Shop #1 has a special. They serve a $10 Philly Cheesesteak meal with fries and a large drink. The average customer rates it a 9/10 on Yelp. Shop #2 has also been known to serve a 9/10 rated Cheesesteak. They have a similar meal, but they charge $9 instead of $10. A potential customer that is craving a good Cheesesteak after leaving the stadium must decide whether paying the extra dollar is worth saving themselves from a 6 block walk in the dead of winter. Therefore, a different “Economic Value” can be assigned to the same item by different consumers, based on the perceived benefit that a person derives from that purchase. I’m sure there are better examples, but you get the idea.
Because of this, the “Economic Value” of an item can often be much higher than it’s “Market Value” (or in some cases, much lower). A consumer may be willing to pay higher than “Market Value” for an item depending on the benefits that they perceive to be gained from their purchase.
To summarize, the “Market Value” of an item is the price determined by the supply and demand of a good in a healthy market, and the “Economic Value” of an item is how much a single customer is willing to pay for that item, based on their perceived benefit of purchasing the good.
Now, I’m sure all 3 people that are still reading this are wondering what this has to do with Ben Simmons. The “Market Value” of Ben Simmons has been set. Daryl Morey is NOT the one who determines the “Market Value” of his asset. Neither are we on Reddit. Supply and demand set the “Market Value” of Ben Simmons, and in this case, it is the 29 other GMs that determine the demand for him. In the grand scheme of things, “a item is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it, no more, no less”. The rest of the league has determined Ben Simmons value, and that doesn’t change at all based on how Daryl Morey feels.
What people are failing to understand is that just because Morey says he wants to get a superstar in return for Ben Simmons does not change his “Market Value”, it simply shows that he is hoping an individual team meets his asking price because the “Economic Value” of Ben Simmons to that specific team ends up much higher than the “Market Value” that has been assigned to him.
So why would a single team see Ben Simmons “Economic Value” as much higher than his “Market Value”? The best example of this would be if a team like the Celtics lost in the play-in round this year, and they decide to flip Jaylen Brown for Simmons, or something similar. They would be giving up more than Simmons is truly valued at in the market, because they perceive that the benefits of giving their roster a re-haul after a stagnant era of growth for the team (along with potentially appeasing an upset fanbase) are worth them personally raising their “Economic Value” of Simmons. This scenario would NOT mean that Ben Simmons’ “Market Value” has gone up. It would not justify the misconception that Daryl Morey is waiting until he gets “fair value” in return for Ben Simmons. This would simply mean that the “Economic Value” of Ben Simmons is higher to the Celtics than the “Market Value”. In this case, the Celtics are assuming that their personal benefit in a Jaylen Brown for Ben Simmons swap makes it logical for them to pay higher than his “Market Value”. In the world of Economics, the terms “Market Value” and “Economic Value” often get confused and/or misused.
To put it short, “Market Value” is the price of an item in an efficient market, and it is determined by the supply and demand of that item. For example, if a man is selling T-Shirts for $30 outside of the Wells Fargo Center that say “Shooting Sucks” with Ben Simmons’ face photoshopped on both Beavis and Butthead, he would make a killing. If a passerby sees how much money this guy is making, and decides to jump in the T-Shirt game to make a quick buck, he would likely decide to print the same shirts and sell them for less. Let’s say $27. This puts the first seller in a predicament. Does he keep his price at $30 and hope people still buy from him? Probably not. Let’s say he moves his price to $25 to spite the guy that stole his idea. Long story short, both sellers would end up landing on a price that results in the most profit for them in the long run, based on how much the consumer is willing to spend, and how much competition is in the market. Whatever this number ends up at is called the “Market Value”. It is determined by the supply and demand of an item in a healthy market.
With that being said, the “Market Value” of a good can go up or down over time, but it does NOT change based on what a single customer is willing to pay for that item in their specific circumstance.
The “Economic Value” of a good is slightly different. The “Economic Value” of an item is how much an individual customer is willing to pay for a good based on the measurement of benefit derived from that item to an individual. The “Economic Value” of an item, in short, is the maximum price a customer would be willing to pay for an item. This value can obviously be different for each customer, unlike the “Market Value”. For example, let’s say there are two Philly Cheesesteak shops in the vicinity of the Wells Fargo Center. One is across from the stadium, and the other is 6 blocks away. Shop #1 has a special. They serve a $10 Philly Cheesesteak meal with fries and a large drink. The average customer rates it a 9/10 on Yelp. Shop #2 has also been known to serve a 9/10 rated Cheesesteak. They have a similar meal, but they charge $9 instead of $10. A potential customer that is craving a good Cheesesteak after leaving the stadium must decide whether paying the extra dollar is worth saving themselves from a 6 block walk in the dead of winter. Therefore, a different “Economic Value” can be assigned to the same item by different consumers, based on the perceived benefit that a person derives from that purchase. I’m sure there are better examples, but you get the idea.
Because of this, the “Economic Value” of an item can often be much higher than it’s “Market Value” (or in some cases, much lower). A consumer may be willing to pay higher than “Market Value” for an item depending on the benefits that they perceive to be gained from their purchase.
To summarize, the “Market Value” of an item is the price determined by the supply and demand of a good in a healthy market, and the “Economic Value” of an item is how much a single customer is willing to pay for that item, based on their perceived benefit of purchasing the good.
Now, I’m sure all 3 people that are still reading this are wondering what this has to do with Ben Simmons. The “Market Value” of Ben Simmons has been set. Daryl Morey is NOT the one who determines the “Market Value” of his asset. Neither are we on Reddit. Supply and demand set the “Market Value” of Ben Simmons, and in this case, it is the 29 other GMs that determine the demand for him. In the grand scheme of things, “a item is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it, no more, no less”. The rest of the league has determined Ben Simmons value, and that doesn’t change at all based on how Daryl Morey feels.
What people are failing to understand is that just because Morey says he wants to get a superstar in return for Ben Simmons does not change his “Market Value”, it simply shows that he is hoping an individual team meets his asking price because the “Economic Value” of Ben Simmons to that specific team ends up much higher than the “Market Value” that has been assigned to him.
So why would a single team see Ben Simmons “Economic Value” as much higher than his “Market Value”? The best example of this would be if a team like the Celtics lost in the play-in round this year, and they decide to flip Jaylen Brown for Simmons, or something similar. They would be giving up more than Simmons is truly valued at in the market, because they perceive that the benefits of giving their roster a re-haul after a stagnant era of growth for the team (along with potentially appeasing an upset fanbase) are worth them personally raising their “Economic Value” of Simmons. This scenario would NOT mean that Ben Simmons’ “Market Value” has gone up. It would not justify the misconception that Daryl Morey is waiting until he gets “fair value” in return for Ben Simmons. This would simply mean that the “Economic Value” of Ben Simmons is higher to the Celtics than the “Market Value”. In this case, the Celtics are assuming that their personal benefit in a Jaylen Brown for Ben Simmons swap makes it logical for them to pay higher than his “Market Value”.
TLDR- I see a ton of arguments on this sub regarding how “valuable” Ben Simmons is, and how much he should be “worth” in a trade. The reality is that whatever Ben Simmons ends up being traded for is very likely NOT his “Market Value”, and I dislike the argument that Morey will sit on his hands until he gets what he thinks Simmons is “worth”. Ben Simmons’ “Market Value” has already been set, and clearly Daryl Morey is not willing to let Simmons go for his “Market Value” (AND THAT’S OKAY!). It is very possible that Morey gets the overpay that he so desperately seeks in the future, if a team is willing to apply an “Economic Value” to Ben Simmons that heavily exceeds his “Market Value”.
At the same time, it is hard to argue that Morey’s plan is anything more than a huge gamble. It’s possible that a team will get desperate and overpay in the offseason, but the notion that Morey gets to decide how valuable his asset is goes against all of the principles of a free market. The buyers determine how valuable a good is, not the seller. The “asking price” for Simmons set by the 76ers has nothing to do with his “Market Value”, and its asinine to think it would. If a store sells $20 pizzas and no one buys them, that doesn’t make the pizza worth $20. Is it possible that Morey gets lucky, and a team pays well over the “Market Value” for Ben Simmons in a state of panic this offseason? Sure, it’s very possible. But it’s also very possible that supply and demand have already set the fair market price for Ben Simmons, and everyone knows it besides Daryl Morey and the 76ers faithful.
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2022.01.24 20:23 Wows_Nightly_News UwUkraine (they are actually in desperate need of military aid)

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2022.01.24 20:23 bwc_28 Hekker spittin facts

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2022.01.24 20:23 doubletwist Any update on the Arlington Fibercity rollout?

Since the 'groundbreaking' in September, which struck me as more ceremonial than functional, I haven't heard a peep about the rollout of city-wide fiber internet. Of course I still can't get AT&T fiber, even if I wanted to deal with their crap gateways.
Has anyone heard any news on how the rollout is going? I've been jonesing for reasonably priced symmetrical fiber internet since small pockets of areas started getting it in the early 2000s, and even more so since Chattanooga got city-wide fiber in 2010. The waiting is killing me. :)
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2022.01.24 20:23 NactusCactus I am set 3 in maths and I want to move up to set 1, I find the work to be quite easy but I don't know how to approach the maths lead head.

How did you move up from sets, and what did you say to the maths head?
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2022.01.24 20:23 SweeneyisMad Biden touts 'total unanimity' with European leaders after call on Russia-Ukraine

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2022.01.24 20:23 Vikis_wolfheart Veteran of the long waaagh kitbashed Shooty Deffdread

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2022.01.24 20:23 MinakoNina Some people... And I'm not even surprised its a genshin fan tbh

Some people... And I'm not even surprised its a genshin fan tbh
https://preview.redd.it/rpbt8hfpypd81.png?width=822&format=png&auto=webp&s=e2967fbebac0948b479e1fe8422717c2fd006832
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2022.01.24 20:23 manbearpig2001 From my local news something about the IKEA adverts helps her remember her name ....tiktok'd if ya ask me ....anyway i thought the mum(mom) looked like Bart

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2022.01.24 20:23 Niffer33 Been gone a while, back w a new hair color

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2022.01.24 20:23 snoop8k Sou um fracasso em relacionamentos

O último beijo que dei foi em uma gordona que conheci no Badoo ( app de relacionamento) depois disso nunca mais consegui pegar ninguém. Sou pobre, feio, fudido. Mulher só quer cara padrão, bonitão, fodão e por aí vai. E ainda tem gente que é contra a prostituição! imagine se não houvesse prostitutas, caras como eu iriam ficar como? só na punheta? O cara pobre e fudido é invisível neste país. Vivemos à margem da sociedade. Vivemos pra levantar cedo, trabalhar, pagar conta, envelhecer e depois morrer. Essa é a minha realidade. Ninguém passa a mão na sua cabeça, não. Namoradinha? esquece, meu amigo. Você só come uma civil se for chefe da boca de fumo ou for muito cobiçado pelas mulheres.
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2022.01.24 20:23 ryuundo Felt like going on a bit of a Runaways kick today. Any fans here?

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2022.01.24 20:23 FireFlameGamesYT Search this video up, you won’t regret it

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2022.01.24 20:23 TasteOfPerfectMina Xuan Yi - HQ from Weibo

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