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2021.11.27 05:00 Heisenberg1973 And guys wonder why they don't get matches. P.S. - It's a verified account.

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2021.11.27 05:00 BasicallyMilner White man born into huge family of wealth and privilege tells poor POC in Africa to stop having kids

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2021.11.27 05:00 LaDeckard In The Swamps Of Little Egypt, Illinois

My father used to take my elder brother Lawson and I to Southern Illinois to go hunting and fishing every summer when we were kids. Our father established the custom, and it was always a highlight of the summer, But as Lawson and I got older as time passed, We skipped a year due to scheduling conflicts. Then there was another, and another, and another, before we knew it, we never did it again.
We'd just gotten started on our respective jobs in Chicago when our father died earlier this year. In honour of our father, Lawson called and recommended that we go on another weekend fishing excursion in Southern Illinois. I agreed right away and began gathering my belongings, the belongings being my childhood fishing equipment and bow for game hunting.
We left early on Friday afternoon, while the sun was still shining brightly in the sky. I'm not sure how familiar you are with the swamps of Southern Illinois, but it's essentially thousands of acres of cypress-tupelo swamp and it would be easy to mistake this place for Louisiana rather than midwestern Illinois.
We piled our belongings onto our canoes and set out into the muddy water. Though we were soon far from civilization, we persisted, travelling dozens of miles into the submerged woods. After all, that was the whole idea of these trips: to get away, be in nature, and clear our minds of modern problems. For a few days, I was relieved to be leaving everything behind.
We arrived at the location we'd chosen after a few hours of paddling. Every summer, our father would choose a new river to investigate, and we'd done the same this year. There was something thrilling about being the first to explore a new river and being the first to find whatever lay within. We moored our canoes on the beach and we discovered a decent fishing spot and were able to catch a few fish. As the day progressed, the sun began to sink lower in the sky.
When Lawson shouted out to me, I had just caught another fish. He was pointing across the river when I looked up. "Take a look at that!" He said, My gaze followed his point until I came across what he was pointing at, an abandoned house on the banks of the river "Oh, you know, we've got to look in that," he remarked.
For a brief moment, I was concerned, but the house was abandoned and evidently vacant. We dashed back to our canoes and before we knew it, we were walking through the deserted house. It seems to have been neglected for at least a decade, for nearly all the wood was bent and riddled with swampy decay. Around the house, there lay numerous household items and it seemed the previous owners had left several things behind as if they were in a desperate hurry.
"It appears as though whoever lived here didn't give a damn about getting everything before leaving," I observed. Then I shifted my gaze to the living room. The wall above the couch was scratched with large lettering.
Lawson was the one who inquired. "Who is He?"
All I knew about it was that the "Land of Goshen" was a biblical reference to Ancient Egypt. Our father had told us this hundreds of times, he said of how the Geographic features of the Mississippi and its flood plains were like the fertile Nile valley in Egypt. But as for "He" I told Lawson I had no idea, Something about the letters made me feel uneasy. It seemed they were written hurriedly as if someone was rushing to scribble them down before going. I peered out the windows of the house into the woods, seeking for... I'm not sure.
The message had given me the creeps and it seems it had affected Lawson. We left the house and returned across the river. At sunset, we set up our campsite and because camping in a sleeping bag in a swamp isn't a good idea, our father has always encouraged us to utilize hammocks. I went up a tree and hung my hammock a couple of feet off the ground, while Lawson did the same with a couple of nearby trees.
After that, we found a level spot, built a fire, and cooked some of our fresh-caught fish. I couldn't get rid of the uncomfortable sensation I'd had since entering the house and It didn't make sense, and it didn't seem like someone would do as a prank, seeing as the house was miles from anywhere.
As I ate my meal, I felt a bit better, It was most likely all in my brain. We ate our fish and caught up with each other while telling anecdotes about our father from previous visits. I was more than ready to collapse by the time it became fully dark. I ascended the tree and slid into my hammock, I was fast asleep in no time.
I was awakened sometime later, I'm not sure how long, by the sound of something rummaging through our belongings underneath me. At first, I assumed it was Lawson trying to grab something in the dark, but that was not the case as another noise could be heard. A sort of weird croaking noise was coming from below me and I froze in my hammock, but turned to the side and gazed at Lawson, who was dangling a few feet away from me. He was gazing at me with a look of bewilderment and terror on his face.
He nodded at me as I put my fingers to my lips as whatever underneath us searched through all of our belongings, the croaking sound persisted, interrupted occasionally by loud grunts. After long, I finally heard it creeping away into the trees after what seemed like a lifetime. We both waited an excruciatingly long time before eventually talking.
“What was that?” I muttered into the darkness.
“Perhaps a bear?” Lawson speculated.
That was impossible, I knew for a fact Illinois doesn't have a bear population, but neighbouring states like Missouri and Wisconsin do, but I knew it was impossible especially in these swamps so far south. I shook my head and gazed down at the ground from my hammock. Lawson followed suit, but it was too dark to make out any details.
In the darkness, I mumbled, “Let's just deal with it tomorrow.”
Lawson rolled over in his hammock with a hesitant nod and soon his snores radiated from his hammock. For the next half hour, I laid in my hammock, my heart pounding. All night, I drifted in and out of sleep until I noticed the sky begin to brighten up as the sun rose above the swamp.
When I got out of my hammock, I saw that our campground had been entirely demolished. Our fish cooler had been ripped open, our gear had been strewn around, and our canoes had been ripped from their moorings and flipped upside down. My mouth dropped open, something to have flipped both canoes must have been powerful and far stronger than I anticipated.
Lawson descended from his tree and noticed the canoes.
“Did a bear do it?” He wondered.
“I'm not sure,” I said. “There are no bears in Illinois and I never heard a roar last night, all I heard was a weird croaking.” We did everything we could to clean up the place. We considered cancelling our trip, but we reasoned that as long as we were more diligent about sealing our food, we'd be good.
We tried to unwind for the remainder of the day, We went fishing and bow hunting for game, and the events of the night faded into the obscurity of the swamp. Even still, I felt my gut clench as I watched the sunset and I grabbed the sole trail cam that I brought just in case, I set it up as we made our way back to camp.
“Can you tell me why you're bringing that?” Lawson inquired.
“So that if we find Bigfoot, we can have solid evidence for the news,” I said. I pointed the trail camera towards the direction of the trees where our hammocks were hung. Just in case the thing came back, we opted to keep our food a good distance away from our hammocks just in case.
We ate some of our newly caught fish and spoke for about an hour before crawling into our sleeping bags. I tried to sleep but ended up looking at the stars through the trees for a few hours. I knew the creature was unlikely to return, but something about the noises it was making...It gnawed in the back of my mind. It wasn't like anything I'd ever heard from an animal.
I must've dozed asleep because I was startled awake by the sound of something rummaging through our belongings in the location where we'd left them, far from where we had placed them last night. A similar croaking sound resonated across the swamp. To get a better perspective of the surroundings, I went down on all fours in my hammock. But being my clumsy self, My right hand then slipped on the cloth and I tried to catch myself, but I lost my equilibrium and to the marshy ground below my hammock.
I slammed onto the ground with a hard thud and because the mud absorbed much of my fall, I lost my breath. The sound of something smashing through the trees followed and it was heading straight towards me. Something massive came to a halt just above my head, and I could hear its croaking sounds. The trail camera was activated by the action and captured a photo, thus a light burst out across the trees
Whatever it was, it made a horrible moaning noise and bolted into the woods as it saw the light. I lingered in the mud for a long time, until the only noises I could hear were the sounds of the swamp at night. I crawled back into my hammock after I regained control, turning around to see Lawson looking at me with his palm over his lips.
I sat in my muddy, damp clothing till the sun came up. We piled our belongings onto the canoes and sailed off back home without saying anything. My ribs were not shattered, but they were painful and for the rest of the trip I paddled in pain as that thing from last night still lingered on my mind. I didn't see the photo that was taken by the trail camera until I got home and viewed the trail camera.
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2021.11.27 05:00 rainbowarriorhere Albatross divorce rates going up due to climate change

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2021.11.27 05:00 TenDollarSteakAndEgg Is there a way to fix the noise cancelling?

I feel like the day I got my pros the noise cancelling was really good but I think it’s worse now than it was before I’ve only had them for a couple weeks.
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2021.11.27 05:00 skyezer It's in jail, now what?

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2021.11.27 05:00 rtbot2 India tells public to shun Musk-backed Starlink until it gets licence

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2021.11.27 05:00 gunnersmoderator Tactics & Analysis Thread: Arsenal v Newcastle United (H) [27 Nov 2021]

Good morning everyone, welcome to the Tactics & Analysis Thread for our game against Newcastle United.
This thread is designed for reasoned, level-headed and non-abusive analysis and reaction during the build-up, the game itself, and the post-match reaction. We will be keeping a close eye on this thread to ensure this thread stays a place for that - if you want your normal match-day experience, the pre-, post-, and match threads will be running today as normal.
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2021.11.27 05:00 Akinyemibabs735 Charlotte Hawkins

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2021.11.27 05:00 INFINITY_y My first video on this reddit! hope someone sees this, if you do then THANK YOU!

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2021.11.27 05:00 Whatsnewscoobywho Has the 250 strength bug been fixed?

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2021.11.27 05:00 AnimatedPixelArtBot Made a UX/UI test animation for a project I am starting soon. Any thoughts?

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2021.11.27 05:00 dspeyer EA Forum Digest 27 Nov 2021

Historian and bestselling author Rutger Bregman explains why he took the pledge Hi! I'm an Amsterdam-based writer interested in EA. While I was researching EA initiatives in The Netherlands for a longform article I found out that Dutch popular historian and bestselling author Rutger Bregman (author of Utopia for Realists and HumanKind) had taken the Giving What We Can pledge to donate >10% of his income. I asked Rutger for an interview to find out why he took the pledge. This is a translated crosspost from my newsletter on underrated ideas and progress, De Optimist (Dutch only).
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Inequality | Royalties | A serious percentage | Get going | Excuses | Giving what we can | Opportunities | Transforming someone's life | Only the results count | Just start | Time is scarce | The good side of history
FEM’s Research: What we learned about our audience and how best to reach them Family Empowerment Media (FEM) is an evidence-driven nonprofit working to improve maternal and child health. We do this by broadcasting clear and compelling radio content that addresses barriers to the uptake of family planning services.
In previous posts, we explained why we think family planning is a cause worth prioritizing, and shared the results of our proof of concept campaign. Here, we outline some of the research we used to inform our pilot, which is now on air in Nigeria. We hope our approach and findings can be useful to other organisations undertaking evidence-based decision-making and intervention design. For those interested, we also close with some opportunities to support our work.
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Notes on the risks and benefits of kidney donation *edit: formatting changes for accessibility and added summary
Summary: The possible risks of kidney donation to the donor seem somewhat greater and the benefits to the recipient somewhat lesser than is generally conveyed in donation literature.
I considered donating a kidney two years ago. I went through the workup to get approval while simultaneously reading about it. Covid hit, and I put off a decision. I had some significant concerns which have prevented me from returning to the idea with enthusiasm. Since this is a decision others here have considered, I thought I'd share my takeaways here.
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Sentience Institute 2021 End of Year Summary Sentience Institute is a 501(c)3 nonprofit think tank aiming to maximize positive impact through longtermist research on social and technological change, particularly moral circle expansion. This approach is detailed in our new paper in the journal Futures, “Moral Circle Expansion: A Promising Strategy to Impact the Far Future,” and the updated Our Perspective page on our website.
Because moral circle expansion is such a broad topic, when we launched in 2017, we decided to focus on farmed animals, an important, tractable, and neglected cause area. In late 2020 we incorporated a second focus area (alongside our continued work on farmed animals), artificial sentience. While sentient beings today are almost entirely biological, there are compelling arguments that artificial sentience will be much more common in the far future. Few, if any, other organizations have prioritized their moral and social inclusion. For more detail, see our recent blog post, “The Importance of Artificial Sentience.”
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Should I go straight into EA community-building after graduation or do software engineering first? Hello! I'm a fourth-year undergrad in the United States majoring in computer science and I'm graduating after next semester. I'm also a group organizer for an EA university group which I started this semester. I've been surprised by how straightforward it was for us to start an EA group and, through advertising and running an introductory EA fellowship, help dozens of students this semester learn about EA and become convinced of the core ideas. I'm excited about the idea of starting additional EA university groups and I think that would be pretty valuable (and apparently someone at Open Philanthropy thinks high-quality community-building would be better than donating a whole lot of money). It seems that other sorts of community-building could be pretty high-impact as well, although I'm not that familiar with them.
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Is it no longer hard to get a direct work job? Until yesterday, I was under the impression that aside from EA community-building, getting a job directly working on some of 80,000 Hours' top causes was really difficult and would not be a reasonably likely option for most people. This was because of posts like:
These posts above are about getting a job at an EA organization, but I thought the same applied for non-EA organizations for fields like technical AI safety, or biosecurity, or policy.
My belief of how hard it was to get a direct impact role changed dramatically after speaking with Kuhan Jeyapragasan yesterday. I learned that EA organizations are hiring a lot more compared to two years ago, and he also pointed my attention to some other types of jobs that are more generally accessible, such as operations, communications, and people management. Kuhan mentioned that to it's not easy to get an EA job if you're not willing to work that hard, both working hard during the job and preparing to get the job.
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Why You Should Consider Skilled Volunteering I came across a program organised by Animal Advocacy Careers (AAC) called Skilled Volunteering in June 2021. Before that, I had only volunteered a couple of times and was a bit skeptical of the idea - after all, I was quite busy with my full-time job at Veganuary. All the volunteering I had seen available was entry-level kind of jobs, translations and on the groundwork as in sanctuaries, which I wasn’t so keen on.
Thanks to this program, I ended up volunteering for not one but two charities and I had even more lined up for later. I came up with an idea for my consultancy, applied for a grant to get started with it, got a promotion offer at Veganuary, and eventually accepted a very exciting job offer - leading Rethink Priorities first incubated charity Insect Welfare Project (not directly connected, but volunteering helped a lot). For your context, I volunteered as a project management consultant and trained teams on Asana at Equalia ONG and We Animals Media (both part-time) while working full-time at Veganuary as a Project Manager.
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2021.11.27 05:00 gunnersmoderator November 27, 2021 Daily Discussion & Transfers Thread

Use this thread for general daily football discussion.
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2021.11.27 05:00 qznc_bot2 How did this PayPal spoof email pass SPF, DKIM and DMARC

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2021.11.27 05:00 Ok_Concert_607 Delivery on Saturday

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