I’m going to be starting a “Dutch Moneyball” career with AZ Alkmaar. What are some tips or suggestions you guys have? I’ll post what I’m thinking about doing for the backstory and rules in the comments
2022.01.20 01:52 2ndcg I’m going to be starting a “Dutch Moneyball” career with AZ Alkmaar. What are some tips or suggestions you guys have? I’ll post what I’m thinking about doing for the backstory and rules in the comments
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2022.01.20 01:52 excellentacorn Another barking puppy...
My 5 month old basset hound / GSD / husky mix is playful, calm, and fearless 99% of the time... until he walks outside and yells at everyone, including inflatable Santas and garbage cans.
If approached by a dog or person (which rarely happens, since no one wants to approaching a growling barking dog even one who is 11 inches tall), he is quiet, gentle and curious and usually ends up either playing with the other dog or getting bored and moving on.
At the dog park he plays with dogs of all sizes, no barking, a little timid at first but generally fine. I only take him when there are very few dogs and everyone seems low key. If a person tries to pet him he runs away though.
Then he's Mr. Tough Guy when he's back on the leash. I've tried treating him when he notices people or dogs from a distance (with or without a verbal cue) the 123 trick when passing people, and he does know the commands "quiet" and "let's go". But if he's even a little surprised by someone nearby all bets are off. And every time we leave the house he flies out the door barking in all directions like some sort of siren even if no one's there.
Any other ideas? Debating if I should continue trying to bring him to places with a lot of people (where he can still stay distant) to desensitize, or if putting him in those situations repeatedly is making it worse....
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2022.01.20 01:52 patstacksss (QC) Red Thunder 4’s from Yang.
2022.01.20 01:52 longlivekw69 Stay safe out there (SERIOUS)
This is a serious post. I know people will joke around in the comments but this is actually something serious that I want to say because I care about the people in this community.
There have been some check up posts on this sub over the past couple of months and I know a lot of people aren't doing too well. That's likely because a lot of people on this sub are younger, including myself, and are going through pretty crucial developmental stages in their life with a lot of changes and inconsistencies.
Seeing that you guys use Reddit as an outlet,
PLEASE BE VERY CAREFUL WITH MENTAL HEALTH SUBREDDITS. Mental health subreddits, especially ones primarily for venting, are not only indulgent, but potentially dangerous especially if you are female. I used to visit selfharm quite frequently, and it was probably the worst thing I could do for my path to recovery. Mental health subreddits are not a place to get better. A majority of what you will see is people venting, and when you are sad that's what you want to see, people in the same position as you. Indulging in negative feelings will only bring you further down. Posting in there you may get you some advice, but a majority of it will just be replies from other people relating or proving that their own situation is worse. That type of behavior and seeing the extremity of other people's own situations will make you feel like your own problems are invalid, and that things need to get worse for them to be real.
The best thing I did for my mental health was get off of selfharm, where I wasn't constantly exposed to and reminded of my problems.
MENTAL HEALTH SUBREDDITS ARE ALSO MAJOR TERRITORIES FOR GROOMERS. It is disgusting, but groomers use these places to take advantage of vulnerable people. While it also does happen to men, if you are female please do not reply to private messages from people in mental health subreddits, keep it in the comments.
seek help and not all mental health subs are bad PLEASE SEEK HELP. If you are struggling it is 100% okay to ask for help. I know it seems tough but imagine if your friend asked you for help, you would do it in an instant. They will do the same for you. If you need professional help, see a counselor at your school. It may not be great, but it's something. Maybe consider a therapist if you have the money. Also, I'm not saying that all mental health subs are bad or unhealthy, just a majority of the ones that I have seen. If it works for you and you are getting better, continue visiting whichever mental health sub you are visiting, just keep in mind the grooming presence.
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2022.01.20 01:52 _UranusIsNotAJoke If we’re serious about a general strike, we should seriously consider February 2nd, “Twosday”.
If we’re going to do it, we should do it, and two weeks would give us enough time to get the word out. It’s an easy day to remember both for organization and history.
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2022.01.20 01:52 christoffrrr I need some help understanding why IVF is now being allowed to resume?
So first off my opinion on IVF is not a favourable one I realise. This may be a very controversial post.
This stems from quite a few things more so in regards to society rather than IVF itself
- Children being brought up in disadvantaged homes (much like myself) their are a lot of kids brought into the world that simply shouldn't be. Due to abuse, poor financial situations, ect. Yes i understand that IVF is expensive and that shows a commitment to the cause. However there needs to be a basic competency test done to show youre able to raise a child which leads to my second point.
- Parents arnt tested on competency to raise a child. To drive a car, I need to pass a test. To get a job, I need to pass a test. To do anything in life I pretty much need to show competency in order to do said thing. As a gay man, im not allowed to donate blood, and only recently am I allowed to marry (after it was voted on) of course. I am not given human rights due to my sexual preference, and in my opinion to being a CHILD into this this world. To create consciousness at a very minimum there should be some kind of test that assesses both mental and financial health.
- Children are a product of capitalism. My issue here is that you have no choice in consciousness. Once you're born, that's a choice you dont get to make. And once your born, you are now in a system that benefits the rich and straddles the poor. Unless you're privileged enough to be brought into a wealthy and mentally functional family that can give you a head start with knowledge and power in regards to capital you're most likely going to spend your life working as a slave. No matter what "career" you choose, work is work and its still another cog in the machine that is capital that is slowly but surely destroying the planet. From the day you're born to the day you die you are a product of capitalism and pretty much every single way of escaping that (is, homelessness) has been made illegal.
- The world is not a good place. I truly have seen the worst in life that it has to offer. If you are privileged then you may have been able to avoid it, but honestly that's just a result of luck. All it would take is just a small disaster, not much worse than covid for people to go insane. People are only safe as long as their environment is safe. Take away their shelter and foods and we would very quickly return to our animalistic ways. From rape to murder to any kind of abuse. The world is not a safe place and any one who tells you otherwise is living in fantasy land.
- IVF IS ELECTIVE. I dont care if you're body is "aging". We're all aging. Every single day. And your narcissist desire to "create a copy of yourself" with your own DNA is disgusting. There are so many children out there struggling right now that need foster parents or that are up for adoption. And you choose to make your own? Its so disgustingly selfish and narcissistic it makes me sick. You could actually make a difference in a child's life. Yet you just want to make another version of yourself.
I know this is going to be a very controversial post, and im happy to be educated as I may not know everything. I personally would love to foster a child to give them the best head start in life.
But I could never understand the desire to have my own and find it so twisted that we live in a society with so many restrictions and regulation to absolutely everything we do. But having child (which could become a very dangerous person if not cared for properly and brought up with proper access to mental health services) is completely acceptable. It blows my mind.
I have quite a few more things to say, especially in regards to ethics, philosophy and economic impact and social structure but it honestly gets pretty in tense.
Im also aware that my view on life is very "glass half empty"
But I find your view on life a privilege, much like financial privilege. If society has protected you thsts great, but its an illusion to think it will forever and if it does youre very lucky.
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2022.01.20 01:52 fleepisretarded 47 k genesect 40 mins left
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2022.01.20 01:52 chi2244 Budget and Wedding Recap | $74K | IL | 120 Guests | Fall 2021
We had an incredible day and be warned, I have a LOT to say!
Costs Venue(s): $33K Church Ceremony:
- October 2021, Downtown Chicago (planned from the east coast)
- Together 9 ½ years, engaged for two years. We were going to marry after one year of engagement but postponed due to COVID.
- # invited: 238, no kids
- # expected: 147
- Wedding party: 10 (five bridesmaids + five groomsmen)
- Initial budget: $65K, excluding rings
- What was important to us: photography, music, guest convenience (in the city center), attire
- Final cost: $73,848 paid by us ($32K), bride’s parents ($32K = venue), and the groom’s parents ($10K). Postponing a year helped us save, too.
- The delta variant led us to about a 50% decline rate. Our date was also on a Friday.
- 120 RSVP'd yes, 118 attended (everyone was vaccinated, but one couple dropped out the day before due to exposure). 60% were from out of town. At this size, I felt a bit rushed to talk to everyone and eat, but we were happy to see everyone and wouldn’t have cut our guest list. It was a fun party and everyone enjoyed getting together after so much time in isolation.
- pics + budget chart
$1,185 for the ceremony fee, marriage license, and marriage prep Reception Venue:
$32,088 including the food & beverage minimum, service fee, tax, tables, dance floor, china, linens, flatware, glassware, staff, morning-of food, champagne toast, cake, sweets table, late-night bites, and night-of accommodation. We felt this gave us a good bang for our buck & expected guest count pre-Covid, and the beauty of the space made me feel comfortable having minimal floral.
Food & Drinks
- Because my parents reactivated their membership at the venue for our wedding, we received a slightly better rate ($160pp), but by paying membership dues over two years, any savings were probably canceled out. I acknowledge that I’m privileged that we did not have to consider this cost in our budget.
- We spent the night before in our parents’ respective rooms and used it as a getting-ready space in the morning. The venue also provided a mirror, steamers, and stools to sit in for makeup.
- It feels like we toured every non-loft venue in the Loop! Non-loft was FH’s preference. We looked at about 10 venues and researched a bunch more as we looked at costs - all-inclusives vs. not, Fridays vs. Saturdays, off-season vs. in-season, F&B minimums vs. venue fees, etc. The venue we chose was surprisingly among the most cost-effective for us. We did pass on some gorgeous venues that didn’t quite work for us financially (cough Adler and CAA). Thinking back, I’m happy with our choice because the onsite accommodations were convenient and the ballroom was spacious/had a good flow, on top of the all-inclusive stuff.
- A quick note on government-owned venues - one might think that “public” spaces are cheaper, but in Chicago, they are not! Anecdotally, they charge caterers and other vendors extra to work with them, and in turn, the vendors pass the costs of these “kickbacks” onto their couples.
Included in the $32K above: Five passed appetizers, soup, four entree options, cake, sweets table (six options), coffee/tea, late-night bites, open bar w/ wine at dinner, and champagne. The food satisfied everyone we talked to, including those with dietary restrictions.
Attire: $5K Bride’s attire:
- We had so much food - partly due to our minimum. I didn’t even finish my cake!
- I recommend ordering fewer late-night bites rather than more if possible.
$1,045 for gown and shipping. The salon was great. I tried on more than 65 dresses at seven stores before making a decision. I thought I would get a minimalist dress with sleeves but ended up with no sleeves. I also considered lace, but in my heart knew that sleek and elegant felt the most “me.” The designer shipped to my salon & the salon shipped to me in 3 ½ months, just before Covid. Bride’s alterations:
$415. Not the best experience, especially since my bustle broke thrice on the actual day. I needed four fittings plus a fifth appointment for a minor tweak. The second fitting was especially stressful; I bought and returned a backup dress.
- Tip: Wear your specific undergarments at your fittings!
- Tip: Take pictures of your dress each time. I would provide feedback to my seamstress once I got home and was able to take a closer look.
$999 for a dress topper, veil + veil swatches, shoes, earrings, headband, PJs, and pasties
- The veil and topper were a splurge to complete my bridal look since the dress itself was pretty plain. (Something New)
- Closed-toe, heeled shoes were SO hard to find for my wide feet - I must have ordered and returned eight other pairs - but I was happy with where I ended up. I then changed into a block-heeled sandal (already owned) for the reception.
- Shapewear was a thong I already owned. I had tried Spanx shorts and unfortunately, they made my dress lining ride up.
- Mom lent me a bracelet, vintage purse, and the robe she wore getting ready on her wedding day. (Something Old and Borrowed)
- Didn’t use my Jenny Yoo mask or Madewell sweater coat. With all the adrenaline and newlywed joy, I wasn’t cold!
(Something Blue): $119 for getting ready PJs, masks, and fabric swatches.
- I didn’t really use the fabric swatches. Choosing a color in person at Bella Bridesmaids was much easier. The dresses arrived a few weeks ahead of schedule.
- Mindful of their budgets, I gave BMs the option to order from Bella, Jenny Yoo direct, or Poshmark.
- The Azazie velvet masks were awful - way too big! I bought a second set from Katie May that was much better quality and color-matched well.
$2,291 for a splurgey tux. Not sure of his accessories or tailoring costs. Groomsmen’s attire:
Rented from The Black Tux. This went fine despite the negative reviews lately. Masks were $27. Decor: $5K Reception florals:
$2,808 for six bouquets, eight bouts, and two corsages; floral & candles for 14 guest tables, the head table, highboys, escort table, gift table, and cake; plus drapery.
- No cake topper! That went into the f* it bucket. Only my MIL commented about this :^)
$1,816 for a chair upgrade. The venue’s provided option was heavy and drab, so renting was worth it to us personally. Card box, guest book, table numbers:
$267 for the card box + sign, guest book + sign, camera film, pens, tape, and table numbers. Signs were designed through Canva and printed through Shutterfly.
Ceremony - misc.:
- FH wanted a photo guest book because it was a hit at other weddings we’ve attended. We borrowed our planner’s camera. The only challenge was that some guests didn’t know how to reload the film. We also bought too much film; allotting for about half of our guest count would have been plenty.
- I splurged on the card box and got some nice comments on it as it featured family photos. My mom was weirdly picky about the photo we used of her and my dad, though -_-
- Table numbers were my favorite way to add personal touches to the reception. Our planner provided the sign holders.
$14 for a unity candle from Michael’s and bouquet charm from Jo-Ann’s Stationery: $650 Save-the-dates:
$155 for save-the-date postcards, postage, and a change-the-date Etsy template we emailed upon postponement.
- If I could have a do-over, I might send out STDs only to must-have guests and/or send a digital STD by itself.
- We also sent a “date is still on” email about six months out that guests complimented us on for its clear communication.
$362 for invites, details cards, envelopes with addressing, and postage. We had some issues with Minted, but they gave us a discount for the trouble on top of their decent July promotion.
- I would have loved to go electronic, but Greenvelope/Paperless Post functionality didn’t allow us to convey a reception location separate from the church.
- We used our website for RSVPs (recommend!) and vaccination attestation. I also wrote a Covid FAQ that friends copied for their wedding.
- I sent Paperless Post invitations for a small family tea ceremony for free.
- We also emailed guests two weeks out that masks were required during the ceremony due to Cook County mandates.
$83 for cards, envelope seals, and postage. Stamps add up! Don’t forget white-out if you’re prone to handwriting errors like me. Programs:
$27, considered a gift for my mom. I designed them in Canva using Etsy designs as inspiration. Escort cards:
$30, also designed through Canva. Printing through CatPrint was easy, though I cut it close with the delivery date between finalizing guests’ meals and table numbers.
- Don’t forget to order place cards for parents so they have the best seat to see you and your spouse.
We didn’t need menus, but created a free sample through Zola as a memento. Other Vendors: $29K Planner:
$5,500 for partial planning and Covid rebooking fee Music:
$475 for the ceremony and $10,900 for the reception (recorded music during cocktail hour, jazz quartet during dinner, 8-piece band for dancing, plus lighting). Postponing to a Friday saved us a Covid rebooking fee. Photographer:
$100 gifted to a photographer friend for engagement pics, and $6,050 for 10 ½ hours + 2 professional shooters on the actual day. We added the extra half-hour the week before the wedding. Videographer:
$2,590 for 9.5 hours + 1 shooter Makeup artist:
$125 trial, $200 day-of, $75 additional stylist fee, and $25 tip. Worth the extra stylist for a more efficient morning getting ready! The trial helped me figure out that I preferred individual lashes.
- Bridesmaids covered their own costs since services were optional.
$125 trial, $200 day-of, and $75 additional stylist fee. I ended up completely switching my style after my trial, so I suppose the trial helped.
- Bridesmaids covered their own costs since services were optional.
We provided a $225 stipend to the priest from my childhood church. Transportation:
$805 for a limo bus. Parents covered their own transportation. Dance lessons:
$480. Fun for date night! It helped us stay excited and connected before the wedding. Tips + vendor parking:
Hotel block: Courtesy block for $159/night
Website and registry: Zola. Great experience with the platform itself except: some items are out of stock due to the supply chain, we had to reorder an item that was undeliverable, and Zola had some sync issues with Target in the beginning. Gifts: $900 Wedding party gifts:
$743. Guys got duffel bags and a handwritten card. Gals got jewelry and a handwritten card plus the PJs. I also wrote a card for my ceremony reader. Parent gifts:
$155. We digitized FH’s parents’ wedding video, and I ordered a handkerchief for my dad.
Wedding favors: None Not Included in Budget
What Went Well
- Shower: I gifted the shower host $20 wine.
- Rehearsal Dinner: Groom’s parents paid. Wore a dress for $165.
- Although we only had about 30 people, there was a brief second of awkwardness since we didn’t have table assignments.
- We invited wedding party members to give informal toasts if they wanted, which was a nice touch.
- Welcome Event: At the hotel where we had a block - guests paid their own way. People had fun and stayed out longer than we thought. It was a nice way to have facetime with out-of-town family and our friends.
- After Party: Optional - guests paid their own way.
- Tea Ceremony: Held prior to brunch. Paid $274 for a dress and Spanx.
- Morning-After Brunch: Bride’s parents paid ($49pp). Sixty-seven guests RSVP’d, but not all showed up.
- Honeymoon: About $8K
- Second Reception (small): After the honeymoon, my in-laws hosted casual apps/drinks for those unable to come to Chicago. I spent $371 on a dress and alterations.
- Boudoir Session
- We created a wedding-specific email account that kept vendor and guest communication organized, and let us tag-team responses.
- We loved our planner! FH was originally on the fence, but having her just made me more comfortable planning from afar. Husband now agrees she was absolutely worth it. Her personality just clicked with ours and she outlined our planning steps into digestible stages so we were never overwhelmed.
- She was extremely helpful in working with our budget - setting a low and high budget and a ballpark for each vendor. In her view, nothing is ever a “must-have”; we were never pressured to succumb to wedding norms, as that just creates more waste and doesn’t provide any value.
- Her vendor recommendations saved me so much time researching - I am very thorough (obvi) and would have spun my wheels without her. She also reviewed our contracts which gave me peace of mind, and helped with negotiations as necessary.
- She was a huge advocate for us during the venue search (a very stressful process!) and guided us on our ceremony location - which allowed us to book the photographer we wanted without any restrictions.
- I wouldn’t say she got us any “vendor discounts,” except for maybe on chair rentals and transportation, purely through her reputation. But I think vendors got back to us quickly and were willing to work on our original date (Halloween) because they like working with planners, specifically ours. From interviewing five planners - I would be wary of anyone who promises to provide discounts, as I have heard they inflate vendor costs to give the illusion of a discount when in reality you are paying more for less.
- Our planner’s timeline was fantastic - all we heard was how smoothly the day flowed.
- I forgot to give my dad his handkerchief in the morning, but my planner called one of my relatives and they brought it over later - win! My relatives also helped steam my dress and grab post-ceremony coffee for my husband. They were the MVPs after our planner. My bridesmaid brought a mirror and snacks in her purse, which were also lifesavers.
- I did a couple of yoga stretches in the morning before hair and makeup arrived - it helped!
- My dance with dad was so special and made all my bridesmaids cry :)
The Stressful Stuff
- My husband saw photos of me in my dress the week before the wedding. I had asked him to find something on my computer and directed him straight to photos of me - accidentally. Despite that, he was still surprised during our first look and then teared up as I walked down the aisle.
- The venue brought us appetizers and champagne after the ceremony - to my parents’ suite where I had gotten ready in the morning. But my parents returned there first while my husband and I were out taking additional photos … and they ate our apps, thinking it was theirs! My cousin thought this was the funniest thing ever, and managed to guide a server in our direction so we could eat during cocktail hour.
- We had a couple crash our wedding for a few minutes during open dance floor. I didn’t notice, but my sister and husband did.
Advice / What I Would Have Changed / Things We Forgot
- My mom expressed many strong opinions during planning. I strived to reclaim the term ‘bridezilla’ and not allow anyone to weaponize it against me. I did not give in to her regarding a receiving line, menus, and a large tea ceremony, but I threw her a bone by having parent names on the invitation. Mom also bossed me into having my grandma attend even though she’s fragile and I worried about her Covid risk - though it all worked out in the end and I’m glad her health allowed her to come.
- We required vaccines - our guests appreciated the safety measure. Yet, BIL threw a fit because we weren’t making any exceptions for his wife (because of my grandma’s health). Eventually, SIL’s job required it.
- MIL complained about the hair and makeup timeline. And she found things to nitpick about their technique. Oh well, can’t please 'em all. I was trying to be budget-conscious and thought they did a nice job.
- In the final few days, one ceremony reader fractured her foot on the plane ride over, and the other reader almost didn’t come due to a family emergency. They were both okay.
- We purposefully avoided time in the timeline for large group family photos, but relatives from both sides requested them anyway -_-
- The weather was forecast for rain so our planner brought umbrellas. It turned out to drizzle in the morning, lightly mist for photos, and become sunny as our ceremony ended. Perfect!
- Consider what you want to look back on: I was initially against videography but changed my mind after discussing it with our planner - it is something she sees a lot of couples regret not having. Also, how else will you have a soundtrack/audio for your wedding? Secondly, I was initially against a tea ceremony but realized I wanted to carry on some tradition - it was important to my late grandmother - and have my children see photos of it someday.
- I have loved weddings with live music vs. those without, so we splurged. Everyone loved our band and keeps saying how fabulous they were. Still, I have mixed emotions around spending so much. And I guess it’s a thing where bands in the final months push you to add on more time for dinner coverage - to fill the gap between what’s originally contracted and what emerges in your final timeline.
- I would tell my engaged self to put my relationship with my sister first before asking her to be MOH or getting swept up in MOH duties and attire. For example, she was considering an outfit change for the reception - I didn’t quite say no but I didn’t quite say yes either. Having planned during a pandemic, it doesn’t matter to me what anyone wears anymore. I just wanted to be able to have a wedding with our important people there.
- When looking at photographers, ask to see their full albums. During our search, there was another photographer whose editing was just … wrong. Bridesmaids wearing blue dresses had completely different color edits in consecutive photos! Similarly, when selecting bridesmaid dresses, look at how the colors photograph in multiple settings. For example, I felt like the photos on Birdy Grey’s site are more filtered than in real life.
- Have more lead time for important deadlines: I would have liked to give my bridesmaids more time to actually order their dresses after making the selections - I felt kinda bad rushing them. Also, invites took longer than expected - between wording, proofing, chatting with customer service, and printing/shipping.
- We assumed our hotel room reservations were carried over during the postponement, but it fell through the cracks when staff were furloughed. So we had to scramble and rebook it as everything was filling up.
- Know your nail place and preferred nail color. I was unprepared for this since I flew in for the wedding only a week before. I visited a local salon; the job was messy, and the color was not what I wanted. I was too stressed & pressed for time to speak up, so I ended up going to a second salon to have it redone just hours before the rehearsal.
- Steam your dress EARLY and ask for help. I was last-minute steaming this up until hair and makeup - and then family took over. Major stress.
- If having a church ceremony, make sure you and your MOH know the moments when your dress needs to be fluffed - you both might be switching between sitting and standing, not at the same time either.
- Make sure your bridesmaids know of any duties like bringing items off the bus and where to put them. This was the only time where I was away (taking photos), and so was my planner (setting up the reception).
- Cutting the cake was harder than we thought! It was really dense?
- Have your ID with you if you’re planning on an afterparty, so you don’t have to go get it from your room during the reception like my husband did. Yes, he left me on the dancefloor to anticipatorily get his ID … and went down to the front desk and back up to get a new room key when his was accidentally deactivated. Yes, he should have waited until the reception ended. :@
- Acknowledge that post-wedding blues/idleness is real, and you need to find new things to focus on. You’ll get through it!
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2022.01.20 01:52 Keittolounas What exactly is meant by "soft processing" in terms of food processing?
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2022.01.20 01:52 7f7cyx5xc89gotx4z Easter Egg found in The Signal (2007)
Hello! Some of you may remember this awesome movie. The Signal (2007) is quite unique. Well, I was rewatching this gem tonight when I thought I recognized a website URL flash on the screen for what had to be 1 frame only. It turns out I was right. This movie involves a mysterious television signal being broadcast to people, causing them to behave erratically. The image I captured below appears at around 2 minutes and 43 seconds into the movie. I cannot make out the full address but it looks like "iect.com" or perhaps "sect.com". Does anyone know what this is or have any other information? I'd like to solve this mystery.
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2022.01.20 01:52 NickGoku32 Southwestern US
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2022.01.20 01:52 Feelozofhee Thoughts on Xavier McDaniel?
Any badge/shoe Recs? Do you like him at the 3 or the 4?
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2022.01.20 01:52 nikkieh123 Which field of cheme requires the least use of organic chemistry?
Asking because I’m in the class rn and it is god awful
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2022.01.20 01:52 Goowatchi Superman shimmy Batman jimmy
2022.01.20 01:52 thicc_astronaut STOP POSTING BFB R34, I am TIRED OF SEEING IT! My friends on TikTok send me Fireafy, on Discord it's Losercake! I was on a server, okay, and ALL the channels are just Coiny and Pin.
2022.01.20 01:52 Your-Pikmin Coming sometime in 2022.
2022.01.20 01:52 ManufacturerNo4480 Does the Corsair 280x come with a commander core pro. I can’t find if it does or not online
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2022.01.20 01:52 Fun-Conversation1538 What the Rapture is this horror music?
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2022.01.20 01:52 Gerry1of1 Norm Macdonald - Missed Opportunity
2022.01.20 01:52 iSuffee do i post a selfie?
i’m worried to post a selfie due to the fact that this is the internet and i don’t need shit going on or deal with.
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2022.01.20 01:52 BigChoo20 Got blocked on other account Dm on snap or telegram @Bigchoo17 (Serious inquires only)
2022.01.20 01:52 manofmanystrenghts Hybrid ward slayer Shaco Jungle
2022.01.20 01:52 krlosz2620 Took me 3 weeks but Guardian farm is officially Finished, may turn it into a base.
2022.01.20 01:52 Aerall22 3 Hours Gentle ThunderStorm and Rain to Sleep Peacefully | Sleep, Relaxation, Meditation, Study.
2022.01.20 01:52 tobadsosad1235 My Kind of People