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2022.01.25 10:08 tomeskuchen What is that one embarrassing story that you will never forget?

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2022.01.25 10:08 alliedforce36 Promethean Navarch TheanArukenimon (human form only - her spider form didn't come out very well in the sketches).

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2022.01.25 10:08 areva2 Skai Jackson

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2022.01.25 10:08 ChreesHero INFP girl with her awkward smile :D art by me

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2022.01.25 10:08 bot_painani El humanista

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2022.01.25 10:08 doroedits frozono bachata... cagaste😈

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2022.01.25 10:08 Ok-Difference-893 HEY BB

Aye wassup, i’m gold 4 and play wraith, tryna find a chill / serious team to play ranked wit cause random ques are dog shit DOG S H I T. Idk how reddit be workin so jus comment and shit and hopefully i get the notification lmao. ♥️♥️♥️♥️😘😘
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2022.01.25 10:08 Patient_Ad6008 The Prodigy - Firestarter (Official Video)

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2022.01.25 10:08 cloctor 美国媒体数说“易怒的中国”

美国媒体数说“易怒的中国”
习近平外交思想研究中心成立
过去的一年,在中国,从官媒到社交媒体,从小粉红、大粉红、老粉红到战狼外交官,对世界上发生的每件令他们不顺心的事情,都发出愤怒的吼声。这怒吼声无时不刻,扰得世界不得清净,终于引起美国媒体的数说。
《大西洋月刊》是美国的一份有165年历史的文化与文学杂志,它较多的关注美洲与欧洲事务,但近来对中国也表达关切。该杂志最新一期刊出一篇文章《世界受够了中国的易怒》,文章讲述中国的敏感易怒如何在西方国家中触发了逆反心理。
《纽约时报》近日也刊文,谈易怒的中国在什么事情上发怒。文章指出:过去一年,“辱华”这两个字越来越频繁地出现在中国的媒体上,其定义范围也有无限扩展的趋势,最容易激发中国人的愤怒。
文章说:从刚上映的中国本土动画片《雄狮少年》到休闲零食品牌“三只松鼠”的宣传海报,再到奔驰车的新广告,因为主角或者模特的眼睛或妆容不够主流,它们接二连三被一些中国网友批评是蓄意丑化中国人形象。“三只松鼠”在官方微博上为这组两年前的海报道歉,海报上的模特“菜孃孃”却发出了这样的质问:“我眼睛小就不配做中国人了?”
容易成为“辱华”箭靶的并不只小眼睛。《纽约时报》说:回想一下,中国模特长雀斑、华人模特用筷子吃意大利面都是辱华;好莱坞白人影星在辱华,华人导演也在辱华;中国文化背景的影片用白人做主角是辱华,用华人做主角也可以是辱华;被认为是做错了事的外国歌手在辱华,被认为穿错了衣服的香港歌手也在辱华;美国职业篮球队经理在辱华,很多国际品牌也在辱华;外国媒体在辱华,华尔街大亨也在辱华。以至于有网友调侃说,“人生有三件事情无法避免:出生,死亡及辱华。”
中国人的愤怒立竿见影,中国民众的民族自豪感和自信心明显上升。《纽约时报》说:马拉西亚华人歌手黄明志和澳大利亚华人歌手陈芳语发布了他们合作的新歌《玻璃心》,歌中唱道:“不明白,到底辱了你哪里,总觉得世界与你为敌。”这两位歌手已经因此完全失去了中国市场。
易怒的中国,似乎对世界越来越缺乏足够的估计,他们觉得世界都会对他们的愤怒当做一回事。但《大西洋月刊》发表的《世界受够了中国的易怒》的文章却写道:“毕竟,如果绝大多数举动都可能触怒北京的话,为什么还要有所收敛呢?”就像人们听了无数“一个中国”的怒吼,便更倾向于向台湾示好。文章还列举:从国际体育界开始重新考虑在中国做生意是否值得,到意大利布雷西亚市不顾中国大使馆的反对照常举办中国异见艺术家巴丢草的个展,中国的愤怒变得越来越不起作用。
《大西洋月刊》和《纽约时报》的文章,给世界各国政府的领袖和各国智库的学者提出一个崭新的研究课题:14亿中国人为什么长着一颗“玻璃心”?他们为什么生活在“辱华”的幻觉中?世界为什么越来越不在乎中国的易怒?易怒的中国真的那么自信吗?

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2022.01.25 10:08 aneurismas What do you think about the "Kurt Cobain was a trans woman" discussion?

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2022.01.25 10:08 bot_painani El humanista

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2022.01.25 10:08 foolishGrey What to read after Horrorstor and Parasite Eve?

So I've just finished Horrorstor. I absolutely loved it, and now I want more. I mention Parasite Eve too as I love Japanese/Korean horror and I was wondering if there are any Japanese/Korean style horror book with the fast paced horror of Horrorstor?
I've read: - The Ring trilogy - The Haunting of Hill House - We have always lived in the castle - Come Closer - I am Legend - Earthbound - House of Leaves (actually I'm attempting to read, not read, it's good just very long for me)
I've tried reading Stephen King, but haven't managed get passed the first few chapters of his book without losing interest...
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2022.01.25 10:08 bhuvanesh_guru Thinking of getting a gaming laptop after using this potato for so long

Which Laptop should i go for (prices in Indian rupees)
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2022.01.25 10:08 strugglingsahm What do I do with a retired character that’s stuck?

Hey all! After retiring this character he’s still in his work uniform, still appearing as busy, & all up in my other characters business. He won’t leave her home even though I moved him to an empty lot I have. I can’t interact with him in any way. I also have deleted the app and reinstalled it, with no success. Any tips are greatly appreciated!
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2022.01.25 10:08 Down-not-out State Board Drops 'Sex Offender' Term

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2022.01.25 10:08 ALI-2U W: someone trusted like a courier H: trade legacy with someone

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2022.01.25 10:08 Lxciddddd #MM

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2022.01.25 10:08 poisoned_bubbletea Old people are so judgemental and self centred

As title says, old people are judgemental, nosey, self centred and entitled, and it’s absolutely unnecessary. I was just going about my business in town, limping a bit because I have a sprained ankle, and I got dirty looks from every old person that passed me. I heard the old lady in front of me yelling at the cashier for not having what she wanted in stock. There are endless tales of old people giving their unprompted opinion on everyone around them, from hair colour and tattoos to being “too young” to get married or need a wheelchair.
I work at a supermarket and 70% of my unpleasant encounters are from people over the age of 50, and 25% from people over 30. Only 5% of it comes from people in my generation. That’s not to say it’s not different elsewhere, but that’s what I’ve experienced. I mean, the “Karen” stereotype wasn’t based around young people.
Every time there’s a story about a customer who went off the rails, it was always an old person. At the start of the lockdowns when milk and rice and bread were limited items, it was old people throwing 4 pint bottles at cashiers. It’s always someone old getting violent when their brand of cigs isn’t in stock. It’s always someone old who’s decided it their right to park in a disabled spot despite being able to walk and have no disabilities. I’m not saying they have hidden ones, I’m saying they have NO disabilities at all. If you’re struggling to walk, get a blue badge like every disabled person has had to. We got excused on a few occasions when my grandma’s blue badge had been approved but not yet issued, but the Walker was enough proof for most, and we still tried to avoid using disabled spots if we could. (Eg at a park where most spots were close to the path)
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2022.01.25 10:08 bbrussel retail price of managed IT services versus break fix model

Hello,
could anyone guide me in the price setting for a managed service contract for repairing computers? I am transforming my classic break fix computer shop in to a managed service computer shop and need some inspiration. Websites ? price settings ? Conversion tactics ? thanks you very much
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2022.01.25 10:08 Duckmarrillion Selective White card draw.

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2022.01.25 10:08 doyalikedags1 Young Rescue Rider on a Mission!

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2022.01.25 10:08 bigbear0083 (1/25) Tuesday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

Good morning traders and investors of the EarningsWhispers sub! Welcome to Tuesday! Here are your pre-market stock movers & news on this Tuesday, January 25th, 2022- (CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL SOURCE!) S&P 500 futures slide by more than 1% as market’s wild ride continues

U.S. stock index futures fell sharply in early trading Tuesday, after a wild session that saw the Dow erase a more than 1,100-point decline to finish the day in positive territory.
Futures contracts tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 230 points, or 0.7%, having earlier fallen by as much as 380 points. S&P 500 futures dropped 1.3%, while Nasdaq 100 futures fell 1.9%.
The 10-year Treasury yield, which has climbed this year as the Federal Reserve tightens its monetary policy, rose Tuesday morning. The higher rates pressured growth-oriented parts of the market with technology shares lower in early morning trading.
During regular trading Monday, the Dow gained 99 points, or 0.3%, and snapped a six-day losing streak. At the lows of the day, the 30-stock benchmark shed 3.25%. The S&P 500 advanced 0.28% for its first positive session in five, after losing nearly 4% earlier in the day. At one point the benchmark index fell into correction territory, dropping 10% from its Jan. 3 record close.
The Nasdaq Composite rose 0.6%, reversing a 4.9% decline from earlier in the day. The comeback was the first time the tech-heavy index clawed back a 4% loss to end higher since 2008.
“The buyers are coming in to buy the dip here,” Lindsey Bell, Ally’s chief money and markets strategist, said Monday on CNBC’s “Closing Bell.” “Things looked a little bit over-stretched to the oversold side, so it’s not surprising. But that doesn’t mean we are going to be in the clear ... there’s a lot that we have going on this week,” she said
Ultimately, Bell said volatility is here to stay until the Fed begins hiking rates.
Despite Monday’s comeback, the S&P 500 is still down 7.5% in January, its worst month since March 2020 at the onset of the pandemic.
Markets have been rattled by a combination of factors, primarily a Federal Reserve expected to start raising interest soon to combat inflation, and geopolitical tensions between Russia and Ukraine. The economic impact of omicron also has been a concern, though signs that the Covid variant spread is diminishing have lessened those fears.
The Fed’s signal that it would began raising rates as soon as this March is the main culprit behind the market’s volatile start to the year.
The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee will begin its two-day meeting on Tuesday, with an interest rate decision slated for Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET. The Fed is not expected to begin hiking rates just yet, but is likely to maintain a path to tighter policy this year as it fights the highest inflation in decades.
“We’re in what I call the triple threat of ... rapidly rising rates, and the market has been working overtime, as have all of the algorithms, to try to figure out what that means, and what that pace means for valuations and global equities,” UBS Private Wealth Management’s Alli McCartney told CNBC Monday.
Monday’s reversal was “capitulation,” she said, before adding that while volatility is here to stay, the market narrative is beginning to shift towards one of strong earnings growth supporting stocks.
Monday’s volatility follows the S&P 500′s worst week since the pandemic took hold in March 2020. Spooked by rising rates, investors have rotated out of high-growth areas of the market in favor of safer bets. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note stood at 1.769% on Monday.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite has been hit especially hard and fell into correction territory last week. The index is down 11.4% so far this year, underperforming the S&P and Dow, which have declined 7.5% and 5.4%, respectively.
“Considering expectations for solid gains in the economy and corporate profits...we’re not convinced the fundamentals support any near-term technical weakness beyond the classic 10.0% correction,” said John Lynch, chief investment officer for Comerica Wealth Management. “Yet a review of the technical and fundamental backdrops suggests a bottom is forming,” he added.
Investors digested a slew of quarterly earnings reports before the open.
General Electric fell about 2% and Johnson & Johnson lost 1.8% in the premarket after both companies beat earnings expectations, but missed revenue estimates.
3M rose 1.9% and American Express gained 3.4% after
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  • NVDA
  • JNJ
  • IBM
  • SPY
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  • LOGI
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THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS: (source: cnbc.com)
3M (MMM) – 3M rose 1.9% in the premarket after reporting quarterly earnings of $2.31 per share, 30 cents a share above estimates. Revenue also topped estimates, and 3M said its business improved during December as supply chain issues, omicron and other concerns abated.
STOCK SYMBOL: MMM (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – Johnson & Johnson beat estimates by a penny a share, with quarterly earnings of $2.13 per share. The company gave an upbeat full-year forecast, however fourth-quarter revenue came in below analysts’ forecasts. Its shares fell 1.6% in premarket trading.
STOCK SYMBOL: JNJ (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
General Electric (GE) – GE slid 2.8% in premarket action as fourth-quarter revenue fell below Street forecasts. Quarterly earnings came in at 92 cents a share, compared to a consensus estimate of 85 cents a share. The company also forecast improved cash flow for 2022.
STOCK SYMBOL: GE (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
American Express (AXP) – Record card spending helped American Express report better-than-expected profit and revenue for the fourth quarter. Earnings came in at $2.18 per share, well above the $1.87 a share consensus estimate.
STOCK SYMBOL: AXP (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Polaris Industries (PII) – The recreational vehicle maker beat estimates by 13 cents a share, with quarterly profit of $2.16 per share. Revenue also topped consensus. Profit was lower than a year ago as Polaris dealt with higher costs for components and logistics.
STOCK SYMBOL: PII (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
IBM (IBM) – IBM beat estimates by 5 cents a share, with quarterly profit of $3.35 per share. Revenue also beat estimates on strength in IBM’s cloud computing business. IBM shares experienced some volatility in after-hours trading after the company declined to give an earnings forecast, but shares recovered to gain 1.5% in premarket trading.
STOCK SYMBOL: IBM (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Ericsson (ERIC) – Ericsson reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings, with the Swedish telecom equipment maker benefiting from the accelerating rollout of 5G networks around the world. Shares surged 5.5% in the premarket.
STOCK SYMBOL: ERIC (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Logitech (LOGI) – Logitech sales fell 2% for its latest quarter, with the maker of computer peripheral equipment facing tough comparisons to elevated pandemic-induced demand a year ago. Logitech raised its sales forecast for the current quarter, however, and its shares jumped 4.5% in premarket trading.
STOCK SYMBOL: LOGI (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
PetMed Express (PETS) – PetMed Express fell 9 cents a share shy of consensus estimates, with quarterly profit of 21 cents per share. The pet products seller’s revenue also came in short of analysts’ forecasts. The stock dropped 2.7% in the premarket.
STOCK SYMBOL: PETS (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Zions Bancorporation (ZION) – Zions shares rose 1.1% in the premarket after beating top and bottom line estimates for its latest quarter. It’s the latest in a series of upbeat reports from regional banks.
STOCK SYMBOL: ZION (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Allscripts Healthcare Solutions (MDRX) – Allscripts issued preliminary quarterly earnings and revenue numbers that exceeded Wall Street forecasts. The provider of physician practice management technology also announced a new $250 million share repurchase program. The stock surged 8.6% in premarket action.
STOCK SYMBOL: MDRX (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
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2022.01.25 10:08 AdministrativeBuy105 Booker ended up with 7 rebounds I’m so sad lol

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