2021.10.22 03:59 Amtsag1980 New Hebrew font I'm working on
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2021.10.22 03:59 A1mee33 Someone pls tell me why the yellow is blending in w the blue even tho they are on separate layers(both are on multiply mode)?
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2021.10.22 03:59 Winstonoceaniasmith French army: leading member of African-based Al Quaeda affiliate killed
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2021.10.22 03:59 somelib Recursive Spaghetti
I made this a while back, I was experimenting with Factorissimo2 a couple years ago. It's designed to nest by copying the entire blueprint and paste it in the next Level 3 building
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2021.10.22 03:59 Luciant_Lux Question Before Buying
Hi everyone, I'm considering buying the Alan Wake remaster for ps5 soon and so far everything I've seen about it looks amazing (not specifically the remaster, but Alan Wake in general) but there's one thing I would like to clarify.
Does the game have supernatural themes in it? Or is this just a simplified/dumbed down term for scp occurrences?
I've played both Control and Quantum Break and absolutely loved them and in Control they mentioned Jesse having supernatural powers, but imo it's just your basic scp stuff, so not exactly supernatural (give or take).
Call me superstitious or whatever but I'm just not 100% comfortable with supernatural content so I just wanted to ask to get some info before making my final decision.
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2021.10.22 03:59 GeneralASC 3 points in 3 games Tony D
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2021.10.22 03:59 Sillinoob Worlds 2021 Playoffs primer: Hanwha Life Esports vs T1
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2021.10.22 03:59 jakemmman Mid-Fetch Mysogyny
My wife and I adopted our dog “Buddy”, a 50ish pound medium sized mutt, from our local humane society and while Buddy has enjoyed playing with other dogs at doggie day care, he is leash reactive when we are on walks and out and about. He’s improving bit by bit, day by day, but it is a very challenging and long process.
We’ve dealt with our share of off leash dogs and their owners, and we have experimented with a few responses: 1. kindly making conversation while one of us holds Buddy / runs away and the other distracts the oncoming dog to on occasion 2. shouting “RECALL YOUR DOG PLEASE!!” and reminding not so gently that their dog needs to be on leash, or at least under their control and we’re not wanting surprise introductions at this time. This subreddit has been very helpful to craft quick and direct language to warn and communicate to other dog owners!
To get Buddy the exercise he needs, we did purchase a 50 foot leash and we play fetch on the golf course behind our house. We go out every day at a specific time and play for 15-20 minutes. We situated ourselves on a part of the golf course that gives us visibility to the paths up and down, and when we see other folks walking their dogs on the path, Buddy is recalled straight into a heel or down position, or redirected with treats and a training session until they pass by. We have many regulars who we chat with and are on good terms, and Buddy is so popular with the maintenance staff and neighbors but we’re always nervous that an off leash dog will disrupt our time, and today was the day.
There is a stretch of trees on one side where mid fetch, a huge white dog, a Great Pyrenees looking breed came bounding out of nowhere, and ran straight toward Buddy. My partner and I are yelling “no no no no!!” And the dogs are barking and engaging, and I’m about 15 feet away pulling at the leash. The dogs settle into a more “still” phase of sniffing, but I can’t tell if it’s temporary calm or just a brief moment before they are growling and barking again.
I finally pull Buddy away and I hear an older woman shouting “Don’t worry, he’s friendly!! He’s friendly!!”
Here is our exchange: “Please recall your dog!” “He’s friendly! Don’t worry!” “Please recall him, we’re training and we don’t do meets on leash, he’s reactive on the leash!” “I train my dog too, you know!” … “Okay, please. We’re being very careful not to set him back, you need to keep your dog on the leash, him running up to us like this is not okay” “Okay, sheesh! Nobody even got hurt, it’s okay, okay? I take full responsibility” (I see the dog has a leash on, but she’s not holding it) “Please can you hold his leash? He can’t be running up to us like this. We are trying to be careful and we don’t want your dog invading our dog’s space like this.” “You shouldn’t lecture people. Nothing even happened.” … “Well, we’re very lucky nothing happened; we’re scared and we don’t know you or your dog. I’m just asking you to have him under control and on the leash.” “HE IS ON LEASH” points to leash on dog that is running around ~30 feet away “I don’t think it counts if you’re not holding it…”
“Oh so you own this whole golf course?” “No, we just don’t want your dog running up to our dog without our permission” “Oh this is so disrespectful! You men are all the same!!” Me and my wife both with Pikachu faces on—dumbfounded that this is the direction the conversation is going “Just put your dog on a fucking leash for god’s sake…”
At this point, the lady goes OFF: “I AM SEVENTY YEARS OLD” “HE WAS IN A KILL SHELTER YOU KNOW” “THIS ISN’T YOUR PROPERTY ASSHOLE”
She continues to walk up the hill away from us: “I STILL WORK!!” “FUCK YOU DISRESPECTFUL YOUNG KID” “YOU MEN ALWAYS TAKE THE SAME TONE” “I LIKE MY DOG TO RUN IN THIS SPACE YOU CANT STOP ME”
Then finally and most notably from 100 meters further away we faintly hear: “PENIS PENIS PENIS PENIS!!”
We finished our game of fetch and luckily our boy was peppy and not phased from the interaction, but if you had told me that my evening would include a 70 year old woman shouting make genitalia at me from a distance, I probably would have stayed home.
In all seriousness, it’s interactions like these that really discourage, startle, and traumatize my wife and me. We spent most of the night talking about strategies to avoid this in the future and about maybe finding a different area entirely or playing fetch less frequently when the simplest and most considerate solution is for other owners to simply keep their dogs under control and on leash. We are amazed at how freely these owners trust others. What if it had gone worse? We are shaken up more from the possibility of what could have happened more than what did happen.
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2021.10.22 03:59 luboy336 The problem with lust and Matthew 5:28
Hi everyone! So I want to talk about matthew 5:28 which I see causes so much guilt in a lot of men. This verse is something people take out of context, which leads to them thinking that looking at an attractive women is a sin.
I first want to start of by saying that you should go into this with an open mind, try to forget what you have been taught and ask the Holy Spirit to show you the truth. I am not looking for arguments. I simply want to state my interpretation of this verse.
Let me start of with the word "lust". Lust comes from the word "covet" which simply means strong desire. Modern society today defines lust as sexual desire, but that is not what the Bible defines it as. I can lust to read the Word which means I have a strong desire to read the Word. Lust in itself is not always a sin. It is lust for the wrong things where sin comes in. For example: lusting for someone else's wife.
Second I want to talk about the word "adultery". Again, you should look at the Biblical defenition of adultery. Adultery can only be commited with a married women. This is the biblical defenition of adultery.
I find it a bit strange how people think that desiring a single women is a sin. How else are you going want to marry her? Again lust and desire are the same verb in greek. If your father never desired your mother, they probably wouldn't have gotten married.
Lust is NOT sexual attraction toward the oppisite sex. God created us sexual beings and made women beautiful to us. There is absolutely nothing wrong with acknowledging a women has a nice figure, pretty face etc.
Now before I dive into the verse I want to clearify that I do NOT want to justify sin. Prn is wrong, because it involves fornication. Fantasizing sexually about every girl you see is also wrong because it can lead to fornication in the heart and mind. But finding someone sexually attractive is not a sin. Desiring a *married women is a sin, even if you just think of taking her away from her husband.
Now let us look at the verse. Matthew 5:28:" But I say unto you that whoever looks upon a women to lust after her has already commited adultery with her in his heart." The word women there comes from the greek word "gyne". "Gyne" in greek is translated to women or wife depending on the context. This is why you should study and go back to the original language of the new testament.
So like I said depending on the context "gyne" is translated to women or wife. Jesus was speaking about adultery, which again biblically can only be commited with a married women. So Jesus was speaking in the context of marriage. So the word "gyne" there has to be translated to wife. Jesus did not create a new commandment. He took the commandment that says " You shall not covet (lust) your neighbours wife." Jesus was stating that this starts in the heart. If you even think about taking a married women for yourself, you have already commited adultery.
So in conclusion this verse is talking about desiring a women that is already married. It is not wrong to look at a women or even finding her sexually attractive. Again I am not saying it is alright to fantasize.
Beauty was never ugly and never will be. We men were created physical beings and God gifted us with beautiful women.
I know this is going to get some downvotes probably or even some arguments as most of you have been taught from a young age that looking at a women is sin. Please read this with a open mind and ask Jesus to lead you.
I love you all. God bless.
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2021.10.22 03:59 __Wonderlust__ Sunrise over the St Lawrence River in Quebec City during peak fall
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