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2021.09.16 21:58 Navin0114 Distance is a bitch

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2021.09.16 21:58 Opbrcdls Which duo is better?

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2021.09.16 21:58 Phobia_Spoiders I wasn't expecting this to be on my report and it's definitely small but I'm feeling so validated rn

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2021.09.16 21:58 idspispopd Liberal, Tory, same old story? Voting records say yes.

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2021.09.16 21:58 Chxetah_ aternos with dynmap plugin

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2021.09.16 21:58 FloppyPancake73 BAW at kai tak

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2021.09.16 21:58 carolinelbuford The explosion of the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform in April 2010 exposed many of the facets of the offshore drilling process to the general public with no previous knowledge of petroleum engineering. The deep sea well system is a complex assortment of engineered parts and decades of expertise.

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2021.09.16 21:58 BornInCanadaWhiteGuy Canada housing coming off the boil, but still on the burner: Reuters poll

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2021.09.16 21:58 TaqueroFacha8D Despues de 2 meses farmeando y llegar al punto de casi odiar warframe , les presento mi hermosa culona [Gara Prime]:D

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2021.09.16 21:58 Junior3646 Ayo where you at

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2021.09.16 21:58 Awjj Which instant kill class do you find most annoying?

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2021.09.16 21:58 sidhartayang time passage experiment with node World Environment.

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2021.09.16 21:58 MadeThisForSpanish Streak 1: Les premières semaines du lycée

Jˋai commencè le lycèe le 1er septembre. Ce fut une expérience intéressante, mais très dur. Cˋest la première fois que je vais au lycée depuis mars 2020. Le plus difficile et le plus énervant, cˋest que je dois faire tellement des choses- devoirs et activités extrascolaires. Dˋun côté jˋaime apprendre et je peut apprendre quelque chose nouvelle au lycée chaque jour, mais ne jˋai pas le temps de faire dˋautres choses que je veux faire comme apprendre le français ou lˋespagnol. Lˋune des raisons pour lesquelles je commence cette série est de mˋengager à faire quelque chose en français tous les jours. Alors, à demain!
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2021.09.16 21:58 Kindlynet2 [binbok] Wireless RGB Joycon Controller for Switch - Black - 20% Off ($44.79)

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2021.09.16 21:58 angelsinner999 Any other way to approach this besides memorizing the area of trapezoid? (March 2020 QAS No calc)

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2021.09.16 21:58 generate913 Should I go with local treatment or fumigation?

Apparently I have two types of termites. The dry wood ones and the subterranean ones. Although we have two types they found a little damage to our home.
https://imgur.com/a/kzCT1Fk
Judging by this limited info I provided do you think it would be justified to do fumigation or just local treatment? Obviously I want to the least expensive of the two, but if I have to do fumigation based on the seriousness of my problem then I have to do it.
One company said that they will do local treatment for $1500 and provided warranty for a year (they will come back if there is more) and if I need fumigation which is originally $3300 they will offer half off which is basically $1500 if I decide to go with the local treatment first.
Which route should I take depending on the seriousness of my situation.
FYI, I live in California and my house is 1600 sq ft.
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2021.09.16 21:58 w1g2 Examples of Cultural Attitudes from A 1912 Play About Suffragettes

The Suffragette Convention https://books.google.com/books?id=9owyAQAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false
This is a comedic play written in 1912. It is about a small gathering of women, half are suffragettes, half are not. Attitudes of the time are brought up many of which are quite contrary to feminist portrayals of history.
I've provided some examples of points I find interesting, but these will make more sense if you read the play first, which isn’t long.
The most constant theme brought up by the play is that women already exert a level of control and power over their husbands, and the implication is that they therefore don’t need the vote in order to influence men or society:
“I don’t see why these married women want the vote anyway, wouldn’t they just vote the same way as their husbands?” “Yes, if they first tell him how to vote.” (p.18-19)
“In England, I’ve heard that there’s a law that females shall be supported by their nearest male relatives saying if they could not vote, they would not work, which very quickly changed the views of even the most deadly male enemies of women’s suffrage. We may have to resort to some such thing as that here if milder measures fail, but I think a little firmness and decision in the home is all that is necessary. Just inform your husbands that you refuse to cook any more meals for them until they vote for women’s suffrage… you can starve a man into anything.” (p.17)
“I never could see why a woman should take the name of the man she marries.” “She takes everything else, so she might as well take that.” (p.19)
“Then you must try another plan. Lock him up in a dark closet or tie him down cellar with the clothesline. I have known those methods to work wonders in changing a man’s views.” (p.17)
“Before the maiden married him and got him in her power, to sew a button on his coat would take her just an hour. But things are very different now for when her aid he seeks, to sew that button on his coat it takes her several weeks.” (p. 22)
-”Why don’t you teach your husbands to obey you? I’d like to see my husband go out between the acts. He never disobeyed me but once.” “That is quite remarkable.” “Not so very. You ought to see the scar. He had his feet up on a chair the other day and I told him to take his feet right off. He looked me square in the eye and said, “Mrs. Harding, there is only one person in the world that I allow to talk to me like that.” I didn’t know but I’d have to give him another scar; but he said, as he removed his feet, “And that person is you, my dear.” Make and enforce your own laws about your husbands.” (p. 31)
“My husband told me the other day that we must economize, so I agreed- told him he could shave himself and I’d cut his hair.”
“Women should surely be employed in all post offices, at any rate.” “Why so?” “Because they understand managing the males (mails).” (p. 28)
“He’s a wonderful surgeon. He took the lung out of a man.” “That’s nothing. Mrs. Jones left her husband and took the heart out of him.” (p.29)
“My husband came home very late one night and I was prepared to give him a good curtain lecture…” (p. 32)
“I wish to say that I consider Mrs. Sager an easy mark. I am told she even allows her husband to carry a latch-key.” … “Yes I do let him carry a latch-key, but it doesn’t fit the door. I just let him carry it to humor him. He likes to show it to his friends, you know, and make them think he’s independent.” “Perhaps those little concessions do help to bring our day of freedom nearer.” (p. 32)
“I would like to know what your husbands say when you come home so late from your suffragette meetings?” “My husband threatens sometimes to go home to his mother.” (p. 33)
“Are there any more suggestions about husband training? I think Mrs. Dayton could use a few.” “Firmness is all she needs. Why didn’t she give him a scar like Mrs. Harding?” “I’ll tell you why a woman is like an umbrella. It’s because she is accustomed to reign (rain).” (p.34)
“We’d soon have women getting man’s wages.” “Don’t they now? My wife gets all mine.” (p. 39)
“Are you in favor of women’s suffrage?” “No, I am not.” [Mrs. C shakes him and throws him on the ground] “Did you say you wasn’t in favor of women’s suffrage, Silas Curtis?” “You must have misunderstood me, my dear wife. I am in favor of women’s suffrage. Allus hey been and allus will be. Hooray for woman suffrage! Woman suffrage forever!“ [giving him another shake] “Very well. Now march straight home and wash the dishes you sneaked off and left, then go out in the barn and sleep in the haymow.” “Go and be glad we didn’t kill you outright.” “Thank you, I am, ladies. Hooray for woman suffrage!”
-How She Has Changed She does not look like once she did The bloom of youth has come upon The woman who demands the vote Remember what she used to be? An ancient damsel with a face That would upset the old town clock When she spoke in a public place; An old poke bonnet, grim black dress, And side curls that defiance screamed; Of straight front corsets, marcel waves And picture hats she never dreamed. She used to shout a wild harangue And pound the table with her fist, As she demanded women’s rights And placed all men on Satan’s list. Of course she did her best But somehow men refused to fall For her insurgent arguments Delivered in Old Town Hall. How different a creature is The dainty modern suffragette With pleasant smiles and piles of hair Surmounted with a trim aigret! Experience has made her wise; She’s not defiant any more And, planning her franchise campaign, She first goes to the dry goods store Her arguments are of the kind She knows will jolly men along She fixes it so they can’t fail To listen to her siren song. She doesn’t hire the Old Town Hall And rain abuse and satire reel But at the quiet fireside now, She makes her eloquent appeal, She doesn’t call unpleasant names And doesn’t fret or fume or fuss She’s going to win out someday For she certainly looks good to us. (p.23)
Sympathy For Women’s Work:
Does Ma Wish She Was Pa? “I wish I had a lot o’ cash,” Sez pa, one winter’s night; “I’d go down South an stay awhile Where days are warm and bright.” He set an watch the fire die, Seemed lost in thoughtful daze Til ma brought in some fresh pine knots, An’ made a cheerful blaze.
“I wish I had a million shares O’ stock in Standard Oil,” Sez pa; “I wouldn’t do a thing.” Ma made the kettle boil An’ mixed hot biscuits, fried some ham, And eggs (smelt good you bet!) Fetched cheese and doughnuts, made the tea, Then pa set down an’ et.
“I wish I was a millionaire,” Sez pa, “I’d have a snap.” Next, from the lounge, we heard a snore; Pa at his ev’nin nap! Ma did the dishes, shook the cloth, Brushed up, put things away, An’ fed the cat, then started up Her plans for baking day
She washed and put some beans to soak, An’ set some bread to rise, Unstrung dried apples, soaked ‘em too, All ready for her pies. She brought more wood, put out the cat, Then darned four pair of socks, Pa woke an sez, “It’s time for bed; Ma have you wound both clocks?” (p. 12-13)
Allowance of Female Criticism of Men: “Why does she want a husband? She’s better off without one.” “Why did you marry?” “I had a cat. It died and I was lonesome.” (p.19) “I wish they would use a new phrase and not always talk about the ‘blushing bride’.” “Well when you see the sort of men girls have to marry it’s enough to make them blush.” (p.19) “This fountainpen reminds me of some husbands- expensive, can’t be depended upon, won’t work and half the time it’s broke.” “I broke the engagement… He threatened first to buy a revolver and blow out his brains, but I told him not to go to that expense, just to get a pinch of snuff and sneeze and that would do it in his case.” (p.21) “I would like to ask the speaker why the serpent didn’t give the apple to the man?” “Because it knew very well that the man would be selfish enough to eat it all himself, but that unselfish woman would go halves.” (p.25) “A telephone message had been received that there was a burglar in a certain house. The lady cop responded quickly.” “That’s more than a man police ever did.” (p.28) “Suppose you think your husband an angel?” “Not yet, but I still have hopes. Black is very becoming to me.” (p 31)
Association of Suffragettes with Violence
“Oh stay,” the cabman cried, “and rest, Do not proclaim with so much zest!” A half-brick caught him on the eye He fell and murmured with a sigh, “Blimee! Votes for Women!” (p. 16-17)
So Bella joined the Suffrage cause, With brickbats and a stout umbrella, And broke some window panes (and laws), Oh Bella! (p. 24)
“I don’t see why these married women want the vote anyway, wouldn’t they just vote the same way as their husbands?” “Yes, if they first tell him how to vote.” (p.18-19) “In England, I’ve heard that there’s a law that females shall be supported by their nearest male relatives saying if they could not vote, they would not work, which very quickly changed the views of even the most deadly male enemies of women’s suffrage. We may have to resort to some such thing as that here if milder measures fail, but I think a little firmness and decision in the home is all that is necessary. Just inform your husbands that you refuse to cook any more meals for them until they vote for women’s suffrage… you can starve a man into anything.” (p.17) “I never could see why a woman should take the name of the man she marries.” “She takes everything else, so she might as well take that.” (p.19) “Then you must try another plan. Lock him up in a dark closet or tie him down cellar with the clothesline. I have known those methods to work wonders in changing a man’s views.” (p.17) “Before the maiden married him and got him in her power, to sew a button on his coat would take her just an hour. But things are very different now for when her aid he seeks, to sew that button on his coat it takes her several weeks.” (p. 22) -”Why don’t you teach your husbands to obey you? I’d like to see my husband go out between the acts. He never disobeyed me but once.” “That is quite remarkable.” “Not so very. You ought to see the scar. He had his feet up on a chair the other day and I told him to take his feet right off. He looked me square in the eye and said, “Mrs. Harding, there is only one person in the world that I allow to talk to me like that.” I didn’t know but I’d have to give him another scar; but he said, as he removed his feet, “And that person is you, my dear.” Make and enforce your own laws about your husbands.” (p. 31) “My husband told me the other day that we must economize, so I agreed- told him he could shave himself and I’d cut his hair.” “Women should surely be employed in all post offices, at any rate.” “Why so?” “Because they understand managing the males (mails).” (p. 28) “He’s a wonderful surgeon. He took the lung out of a man.” “That’s nothing. Mrs. Jones left her husband and took the heart out of him.” (p.29) “My husband came home very late one night and I was prepared to give him a good curtain lecture…” (p. 32) “I wish to say that I consider Mrs. Sager an easy mark. I am told she even allows her husband to carry a latch-key.” … “Yes I do let him carry a latch-key, but it doesn’t fit the door. I just let him carry it to humor him. He likes to show it to his friends, you know, and make them think he’s independent.” “Perhaps those little concessions do help to bring our day of freedom nearer.” (p. 32) “I would like to know what your husbands say when you come home so late from your suffragette meetings?” “My husband threatens sometimes to go home to his mother.” (p. 33) “Are there any more suggestions about husband training? I think Mrs. Dayton could use a few.” “Firmness is all she needs. Why didn’t she give him a scar like Mrs. Harding?” “I’ll tell you why a woman is like an umbrella. It’s because she is accustomed to reign (rain).” (p.34) “We’d soon have women getting man’s wages.” “Don’t they now? My wife gets all mine.” (p. 39) “Are you in favor of women’s suffrage?” “No, I am not.” [Mrs. C shakes him and throws him on the ground] “Did you say you wasn’t in favor of women’s suffrage, Silas Curtis?” “You must have misunderstood me, my dear wife. I am in favor of women’s suffrage. Allus hey been and allus will be. Hooray for woman suffrage! Woman suffrage forever!“ [giving him another shake] “Very well. Now march straight home and wash the dishes you sneaked off and left, then go out in the barn and sleep in the haymow.” “Go and be glad we didn’t kill you outright.” “Thank you, I am, ladies. Hooray for woman suffrage!”
-How She Has Changed She does not look like once she did The bloom of youth has come upon The woman who demands the vote Remember what she used to be? An ancient damsel with a face That would upset the old town clock When she spoke in a public place; An old poke bonnet, grim black dress, And side curls that defiance screamed; Of straight front corsets, marcel waves And picture hats she never dreamed. She used to shout a wild harangue And pound the table with her fist, As she demanded women’s rights And placed all men on Satan’s list. Of course she did her best But somehow men refused to fall For her insurgent arguments Delivered in Old Town Hall. How different a creature is The dainty modern suffragette With pleasant smiles and piles of hair Surmounted with a trim aigret! Experience has made her wise; She’s not defiant any more And, planning her franchise campaign, She first goes to the dry goods store Her arguments are of the kind She knows will jolly men along She fixes it so they can’t fail To listen to her siren song. She doesn’t hire the Old Town Hall And rain abuse and satire reel But at the quiet fireside now, She makes her eloquent appeal, She doesn’t call unpleasant names And doesn’t fret or fume or fuss She’s going to win out someday For she certainly looks good to us. (p.23)
Sympathy For Women’s Work:
Does Ma Wish She Was Pa? “I wish I had a lot o’ cash,” Sez pa, one winter’s night; “I’d go down South an stay awhile Where days are warm and bright.” He set an watch the fire die, Seemed lost in thoughtful daze Til ma brought in some fresh pine knots, An’ made a cheerful blaze.
“I wish I had a million shares O’ stock in Standard Oil,” Sez pa; “I wouldn’t do a thing.” Ma made the kettle boil An’ mixed hot biscuits, fried some ham, And eggs (smelt good you bet!) Fetched cheese and doughnuts, made the tea, Then pa set down an’ et.
“I wish I was a millionaire,” Sez pa, “I’d have a snap.” Next, from the lounge, we heard a snore; Pa at his ev’nin nap! Ma did the dishes, shook the cloth, Brushed up, put things away, An’ fed the cat, then started up Her plans for baking day
She washed and put some beans to soak, An’ set some bread to rise, Unstrung dried apples, soaked ‘em too, All ready for her pies. She brought more wood, put out the cat, Then darned four pair of socks, Pa woke an sez, “It’s time for bed; Ma have you wound both clocks?” (p. 12-13)
Allowance of Female Criticism of Men: “Why does she want a husband? She’s better off without one.” “Why did you marry?” “I had a cat. It died and I was lonesome.” (p.19) “I wish they would use a new phrase and not always talk about the ‘blushing bride’.” “Well when you see the sort of men girls have to marry it’s enough to make them blush.” (p.19) “This fountainpen reminds me of some husbands- expensive, can’t be depended upon, won’t work and half the time it’s broke.” “I broke the engagement… He threatened first to buy a revolver and blow out his brains, but I told him not to go to that expense, just to get a pinch of snuff and sneeze and that would do it in his case.” (p.21) “I would like to ask the speaker why the serpent didn’t give the apple to the man?” “Because it knew very well that the man would be selfish enough to eat it all himself, but that unselfish woman would go halves.” (p.25) “A telephone message had been received that there was a burglar in a certain house. The lady cop responded quickly.” “That’s more than a man police ever did.” (p.28) “Suppose you think your husband an angel?” “Not yet, but I still have hopes. Black is very becoming to me.” (p 31)
Expectation of Men to Help With Housework
Association of Suffragettes with Violence “Oh stay,” the cabman cried, “and rest, Do not proclaim with so much zest!” A half-brick caught him on the eye He fell and murmured with a sigh, “Blimee! Votes for Women!” (p. 16-17)
So Bella joined the Suffrage cause, With brickbats and a stout umbrella, And broke some window panes (and laws), Oh Bella! (p. 24)
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2021.09.16 21:58 Sheep_or_Sheeple 1991 350SDL w/ 27k miles just pulled into the dealership

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2021.09.16 21:58 Street_Gazelle_5988 📣ATTENTION ALL SPONGEBOB FANS📣

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2021.09.16 21:58 _FoxyThePirateBoi_ I redesigned the new scp 096

I redesigned the new scp 096
https://preview.redd.it/m7ok14zw7xn71.png?width=1056&format=png&auto=webp&s=715b2983eb49ff1c979cec991f77b68e164b255b
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2021.09.16 21:58 AC-RogueOne Is the Pain Freeze trinket supposed to look like this? It’s been that way since I first got it yesterday

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2021.09.16 21:58 RBbugBITme Call option conversion math double fuck

Per my call with etrade just now, he told me what it would cost to exercise my GREE1 options and the equation doesn't include the SPRT strike price you paid for. WTF? I would have jumped ship immediately.
To exercise would be an effective strike price of 0.115 x 44 (current GREE value) = $5.06
Then x 100 (not 11.5) = $506 to receive 11 (not 100) GREE commons currently worth $484 plus some cash.
This doesn't make any sense. If I had an ITM $6c EOD Tuesday I'm still forced to exercise at a strike price of 0.115 x current GREE stock price according to the guy I spoke to. So the option contract you bought doesn't factor into the equation. They just wiped the whole option chain out and charge you a fee to get 11 shares of GREE???
Tell me etrade dude is wrong.
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