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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 days
Here are some interesting finding study mentioned: > - The study analyzed 2019 Nielsen data covering advertising spending and TV advertising exposure for 274 fast-food restaurants, including detailed analyses of the 27 top fast-food advertisers with the highest annual advertising spending and/or that targeted TV advertising to children, Hispanic, and/or Black consumers. > - The advertisements disproportionately targeted Black and Hispanic youth, according to new research published today by the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at the University of Connecticut > - Children aged 2-5 viewed an average of 830 TV ads for fast food over the course of the year, while children aged 6-11 viewed 787 ads, and teens and tweens aged 12-17 viewed 775 ads. > - Only 10% of ads viewed by children appeared during children's TV programming and fewer than 10% of ads promoted kids' meals. > - Fast-food ad spending on Spanish-language television spiked, with a 33% increase from 2012 levels. > - Black youth viewed 75% more fast food ads than their White peers, up from a 60% difference found in 2012, even as TV viewership among all youth is down. > - "Fast-food consumption by children and teens has increased over the past decade, and fast-food advertising definitely plays a role in that rise," said Dr. Jennifer Harris. > - Many fast-food companies tout recent introductions of healthier menu items as evidence of their commitment to improving nutrition, but they rarely promote these items in their advertising." > - This new study shows that the purchasing patterns mirror the ads children see, with the vast majority of ads viewed by children promoting less healthy and higher portion items on their regular menus. > - "Less time in front of TV screens is not protecting kids from fast-food TV ads," said Dr. Frances Fleming-Milici > - "Now more than ever parents need support in raising healthy children, and consistent exposure to ads featuring burgers, fries and pizza sabotages their best efforts.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 3 days
[Diagram of a Possible Agro-Ecological Scenario for 2050](https://media.eurekalert.org/multimedia_prod/pub/web/267999_web.jpg) [Changes in Europe's External Trade in Food Products Over the past 50 Years](https://media.eurekalert.org/multimedia_prod/pub/web/268000_web.jpg) Interesting points to note: > - The scenario proposed is based on __three levers__. > 1. The first would involve a change in diet, with less consumption of animal products, making it possible to limit intensive livestock farming and eliminate feed imports. > 2. The second lever would require the application of the principles of agroecology, with the generalization of long, diversified crop rotation systems2 incorporating nitrogen-fixing legumes, making it possible to do without synthetic nitrogen fertilizers and pesticides. > 3. The final lever would consist in bringing together crops and livestock, which are often disconnected and concentrated in ultra-specialized regions.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 3 days
[Original Source](https://natsci.source.colostate.edu/study-men-doing-more-family-caregiving-could-lower-their-risk-of-suicide/) [Related Journal Article](https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00127-021-02095-9)
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Some interesting points to note: > - Suicide rates are generally higher in men than in women, but not everywhere which suggests cultural influences. > - Many theories have been proposed to explain male suicide, Canetto said. Most link men's suicide mortality to the stresses and the demands of their employment and their economic-provider roles. > - These theories typically predict that male suicide rates would be higher when their employment and economic-provider roles are under threat. > - According to Canetto, men overinvest in economic-provider work, and underinvest in family care work--a pattern that leaves them vulnerable when economic-provider work is threatened or lost. > - The researchers examined suicide, male family caregiving, and unemployment in 20 countries, including the United States, Austria, Belgium, Canada and Japan. Suicide rates were found to be lower in countries where men reported more family care work. > - "Our study took a public health perspective. It examined population-level social and economic factors that may be driving population suicide patterns, across a range of countries," Canetto said. "Its findings point to new directions for suicide prevention."
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Posted by u/ionmindru 4 days
Yeh same here!
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Posted by u/ionmindru 4 days
":600:" is the icon of __Django__ and ":598:" is of __Python__. Probably you are using your smartphone so it is not visible to you.
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Posted by u/[deleted] 4 days
Have a look at the description of the video and surely the __comment__ section for more interesting info. I found interesting: > - On October 2, 1946, Motorola communications equipment carried the first calls on Illinois Bell Telephone Company's new car radiotelephone service in Chicago. > - Due to the small number of radio frequencies available, the service quickly reached capacity. MTS was replaced by Improved Mobile Telephone Service (IMTS), introduced in 1964. > - Outgoing calls were placed when the operator connected to a base station (originally using a cord board, but by the 1990s could be done by dialing a code sequence from a TOPS position), then announced the call over the channel (giving the channel's name first), e.g., "Adams calling 2M-2368, 2M-2368, 2M-2368." > - The page would usually be repeated twice more after a pause. The called party had to have their unit on and the volume set at a level that allowed them to notice a call and then listen to the called number. > - If the called party heard an incoming call, they would then use the microphone to announce they were receiving the call, and the operator would allow the two parties to speak, monitoring for the end of the call and marking a manual ticket for billing. __Some interesting info from the comment section of the video__ > There were two services, "Urban" and "Highway". Urban, as the name implies, was used within about 25 miles of a city center, and Highway was the rest of the country. Urban systems usually had at least four "voting" receivers that automatically put the best quality signal over the air. If the person doing the call was close enough to a receiver and the radio was working right, the voice quality was acceptable, although nothing like cell phones today. Urban systems used high band 152/158 MHz frequencies and only required and 18" antenna located on the vehicle body, preferably in the center of the roof. There were initially six channels available, increasing to 12 by 1951. > If you had to travel away from cities regularly but still spent a lot of your time in urban areas, you required two radios and two antennas. The two radios could feed the one control head on the dashboard, but the two transceivers would fill up an average trunk. These were the days of tubes, and massive construction to protect them. Each transceiver in the trunk could weigh up to 100 pounds, and they generated a tremendous amount of heat when in use. As you might imagine, it didn't add to the beauty of a sedan to have two antennas plus the normal AM radio antenna flapping around in the wind.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 4 days
[A quote from former Black Panther party member Ericka Huggins is part of the mural. Photograph: Ayodele Nzinga/The Guardian](https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/feb/28/oakland-mural-women-black-panther-party)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 5 days
> I would love to know how someone who is 60+ and decided not to have kids feels about it? [This is what Son-of-California said](https://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/o1q2bn/study_a_quarter_of_adults_dont_want_children_and/h238004?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3) [This is what EvilCalvin said](https://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/o1q2bn/study_a_quarter_of_adults_dont_want_children_and/h2399fz?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 5 days
Now I can say it might be one of the reasons [why A quarter of adults don't want children and they're still happy.](https://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/o1q2bn/study_a_quarter_of_adults_dont_want_children_and/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3) Some interesting finding: > - The price tag for giving birth in America may bring some families sticker shock - even for those with private insurance. > - __"Childbirth is the most common reason for hospitalization in the U.S.,"__ said lead author Kao-Ping Chua, M.D., Ph.D.,a pediatrician and researcher at University of Michigan Health C.S. Mott Children's Hospital and the Susan B. Meister Child Health Evaluation and Research Center. > - "Many privately insured families believe that if they have health insurance, they're protected from the costs of childbirth hospitalizations. Unfortunately, this is simply not true for many families, particularly if their baby needs NICU care," Chua said. > - "Having a healthy baby is expensive enough given the costs of diapers, childcare, and baby equipment. Adding a $10,000 hospital bill on top of this can devastate some families."
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Posted by u/quackycoder 5 days
> - "Most studies haven't asked the questions necessary to distinguish __'child-free'__ individuals -- those who choose not to have children -- from other types of __nonparents__," Jennifer Watling Neal said. > - "__Nonparents__ can also include the 'not-yet-parents' who are planning to have kids, and 'childless' people who couldn't have kids due to infertility or circumstance. > - Previous studies simply lumped all nonparents into a single category to compare them to parents."
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Posted by u/[deleted] 5 days
source please?
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Some interesting points to note: > - "After controlling for demographic characteristics, we found no differences in life satisfaction and limited differences in personality traits between child-free individuals and parents, not-yet-parents, or childless individuals," Zachary Neal said. > - "We also found that child-free individuals were more liberal than parents, and that people who aren't child-free felt substantially less warm toward child-free individuals."
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Posted by u/quackycoder 5 days
> The researchers say it gives a new type of insight into the nature of dark matter, which acts like a counterweight slowing the spin. That's interesting!
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Posted by u/Am4t3uR 6 days
A silly question maybe: What does a YAML Engineer do? Writing YAML files? What are the day-to-day activities like?
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Posted by u/quackycoder 6 days
lol man, I wanted to say Mesosphere (facepalm)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 6 days
You will not if you become a bus driver.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 6 days
yepp! Now you see it!:)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 6 days
According to NASA, it's been created by using data from NASA's IBEX satellite. And it's the first-ever 3D map of the boundary between our solar system and interstellar space. So, Voyager 2 didn't help much in rendering a picture of the heliosphere I think. It mapped the menopause though.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 6 days
New insights, study and achievement in space science and technology! You can read more about it [here](https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2021-06/danl-boh061221.php) if you want.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 6 days
[Credit: NASA/IBEX/Adler Planetarium](https://www.eurekalert.org/multimedia/pub/267743.php) [Video link](https://youtu.be/w__vzNXSFoI)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 6 days
[Using data from NASA's IBEX satellite, scientists created the first-ever 3D map of the boundary between our solar system and interstellar space](https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2021-06/danl-boh061221.php) [Video link](https://youtu.be/w__vzNXSFoI)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 1 week
> as pollution does not adhere to geographic boundaries between states and countries Unfortunately, politics does! That's the sad truth!
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Posted by u/quackycoder 1 week
Of course, why not?
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Posted by u/BitJunky7 1 week
Youtube-dl works fine I guess!
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Posted by u/sastabojack 1 week
r/softwaregore
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Posted by u/quackycoder 1 week
That's interesting! Thank you for sharing it!:)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 1 week
Thank you!:) I will explore more about `find`.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 1 week
Aha, yeh just like * $ etc. Thank you!:)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 1 week
Thank you, I got it now!:)
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Posted by u/Alpha012_GD 1 week
[This one is--photopea](https://www.photopea.com/)
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Posted by u/samazingrace21 1 week
Ohhh deer!
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Posted by u/[deleted] 1 week
[While smaller birds might be able to get by with just one foot, such a loss would make it very difficult for heavier birds (like bearded vultures) to land, walk, or hold down their prey.](https://newatlas.com/medical/vulture-permanent-artificial-foot/)
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Posted by u/[deleted] 1 week
Just for the clarity: There have already been birds that received strap-on artificial legs but this is the __first successful integration of a prosthetic foot directly into a stork's residual leg bone__. > [It was only last year that the world's first fully integrated bionic arm prosthesis was developed at MedUni Vienna. This is ready-to-use and is described as "Plug and Play". Although all bionic aids have so far been used in humans, the technique known as osseointegration (direct skeletal attachment) has now been used for the very first time in a bearded vulture – the creature was given a new foot.](https://www.meduniwien.ac.at/web/en/ueber-uns/news/default-871192d93f/bionische-rekonstruktion-neuer-fuss-fuer-bartgeier-mia/)
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It says: [It was only last year that the world's first fully integrated bionic arm prosthesis was developed at MedUni Vienna. This is ready-to-use and is described as "Plug and Play". Although all bionic aids have so far been used in humans, the technique known as osseointegration (direct skeletal attachment) has now been used for the very first time in a bearded vulture – the creature was given a new foot.](https://www.meduniwien.ac.at/web/en/ueber-uns/news/default-871192d93f/bionische-rekonstruktion-neuer-fuss-fuer-bartgeier-mia/)
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Posted by u/[deleted] 1 week
Source: ["Bionic" vulture is first bird to receive a permanent artificial foot ](https://newatlas.com/medical/vulture-permanent-artificial-foot/) [Bionic reconstruction: New foot for "Mia" the bearded vulture](https://www.meduniwien.ac.at/web/en/ueber-uns/news/default-871192d93f/bionische-rekonstruktion-neuer-fuss-fuer-bartgeier-mia/)
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Posted by u/Diligent-Surround693 1 week
Keep your money for any cool future project than using to buy Python courses. You can get many quality free resources(as mentioned by many in the comments) to learn Python or any other programming languages. So use those and use the money to buy maybe some Pi or anything else to play around or to build some projects. My $0.02!
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Posted by u/quackycoder 1 week
It seems the page has been removed. Those who wants to read it, [Here it is: Higher alcohol content beer popularity growing, as overall beer consumption down](https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-06-higher-alcohol-content-beer-popularity.html)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 1 week
[You can read the study here](https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-06-higher-alcohol-content-beer-popularity.html)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 1 week
[Here is the one with video](https://www.odditycentral.com/pics/bian-lian-the-ancient-chinese-art-of-face-changing.html)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 1 week
This is interesting: > The face changing is done so during a performance for many reasons, sometimes to indicate a change of emotion of the character fear, anger, love etc; sometimes the face change indicates context as well- Sichuan opera has minimal sets and props,- so context is set through the characters’ actions and appearances.
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Posted by u/Valgav 2 weeks
For me, it doesn't work with the Ubuntu default terminal, but works with the Terminal app.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
Is it the message you got from this!??
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Posted by u/Jocomol 2 weeks
Thank you! I will try as you said!:)
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Posted by u/Jocomol 2 weeks
Could you please provide the "newsboat and watch the videos with mpv via youtube-dl" script because I don't want to download?
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Posted by u/Fuzion_05 2 weeks
Thanks, Man!:)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
Didn't know about that!
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Posted by u/Fuzion_05 2 weeks
I heard about Manim here on Reddit couple of weeks ago. Today I found out that I could use it on Jupyter Notebook/GoogleColab. I will look into it more.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
Well the articles reads: > DNA proved that the remains were indeed those of the Romanov imperial family. This led some people to believe Anna Anderson’s claim that she was Anastasia and survived the execution.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
Maybe for you but from her expression, it doesn't like so!
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
Here is something interesting: > The German officials muddied the waters by issuing her official identification documents under the name of “Anastasia Tschaikovsky” and specified the Grand Duchess Anastasia’s date and place of birth. > The discovery of the burial site of most of the Romanov in Russia led to only nine of the eleven bodies. Anastasia was one of the bodies missing.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
> "Wait till you get old and get degree then"?? Not quite! It's about learning, achievement, happiness irrespective of one's age.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
> But at the end of the day, it's what makes us happy. Ditto!
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
No problem at all! I can understand and appreciate different opinion because our opinions are the reflections of what we have seen or experienced in our life and they may not necessarily be the same all the time!:) And yeh, we should be glad for her achievement!:)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
You are not completely right! While money can buy all those things you want but can't teach one how to manage their life properly. And most people are unhappy, not because they are not earning enough money but not knowing how to utilize it to make life better.
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Posted by u/Eros_hit_that 2 weeks
Thanks so much! That works!:)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
There are people who earn a lot, yet they complain about a miserable life.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
It's not always about time and money! Whatever makes you happy! Also the message here is that learning is not time bound.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
[The graduation day clip](https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/good-news/94-year-old-alabama-grandma-gets-high-school-diploma/vp-AAKInKo)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
1. Women getting married at 16 was not a big deal at that time. 2. I am not quite sure.
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Posted by u/Eros_hit_that 2 weeks
`!pip install manim` is throwing error in Googlecolab. Not able to figure out how to proceed: `ERROR: Command errored out with exit status 1: /usr/bin/python3 /usr/local/lib/python3.7/dist-packages/pip/_vendor/pep517/_in_process.py get_requires_for_build_wheel /tmp/tmpghz8sk9o Check the logs for full command output.`
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Posted by u/liupold_rc 2 weeks
Great man, will try it! Post it on r/Linux as well!
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Posted by u/[deleted] 2 weeks
Anything can be possible if one is determined! Bravo!
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Posted by u/walrusz 2 weeks
Let me see how many I know: Ubuntu, mint, Arch, Fedora, redhat, Debian, Raspbian, Kali, opensuse, PopOs, Manjaro, Slackware, Puppy Linux. That's it I guess.
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Posted by u/heineterse 2 weeks
Damn, camouflage to its extreme!
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Posted by u/netscape101 2 weeks
Informative post! Thanks for sharing!
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
First of all I never seen this being posted on r/Getmotivated and as a follower of her, I thought it's worth sharing here as it's motivating for many others. And just because a post got liked by many doesn't necessarily mean that the person is into karma farming.
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Posted by u/Infamous-Pollution-7 2 weeks
It's indeed incredibly cute!:)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
And still it is inspiring!
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Posted by u/neilhalloran 2 weeks
I watched your complete video on YT. Really interesting and informative content! May I know how much time it took you to make this video?
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
She is indeed an inspiration for others who take words of such toxic people to their hearts and feel bad about themselves.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
She is quite active on Twitter. if you want you can follow her there!:)
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Posted by u/phantaso0s 2 weeks
Hey! It was an interesting read! thanks for sharing!:) I don't use Zsh, but if I will in the future, I will look into this again!
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
Could you please explain why is that? It seems like you just filtered out the phrases "ignore the 1 stars" and "look at the 1 stars" and as they are contradictory-- you are saying "bad advice" without reading what she actually said.
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
[Have a look at this attached old newspaper scan](https://twitter.com/nzingaschild/status/1399803849918107648)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
Here are some interesting thing about Natchez people: > - Natchez social organization was notable for its caste system which was categorized into __suns__, __nobles__, __honoured people__, and __commoners__. > - Persons of the sun caste were required to marry commoners. > - The offspring of __female suns__ and __commoners__ were __suns__, while the children of __male suns__ and __commoners__ belonged to the caste of __honoured people__. > - The __heads of villages__ also claimed descent from the __Sun__, and the __monarch__ was referred to as the __Great Sun__.
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Posted by u/LawSchoolPros 2 weeks
> How to Think Like a Computer Scientist - Python [This one](https://buildmedia.readthedocs.org/media/pdf/howtothink/latest/howtothink.pdf) right?
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Posted by u/Altruistic_Sir_1600 2 weeks
Windows is a mess tbh! Anyway, did you try reinstalling gvim?
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Posted by u/Altruistic_Sir_1600 2 weeks
Have a look at [this](https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/why-does-some-text-display-with-square-boxes-in-some-apps-on-windows-10-b078a35f-9709-1780-44c0-8c27a58205a2) and [this](https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-files/all-fonts-changed-to-symbols-and-squares-cannot/fec27a8c-5057-4e40-b7cc-39f584af9e8b) if that helps
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Posted by u/ZiggyZig1 2 weeks
Video editor. Maybe you have to download it from Microsoft store.
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Posted by u/__-Better_Than_You-_ 2 weeks
I think I have watched on YT! The ultimate terror humankind has ever faced by humans itself!
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Posted by u/Browndog888 2 weeks
“You make a living by what you get, but you make a life by what you give.”
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Posted by u/sayanarijit 2 weeks
Thanks man! No leg pulling btw! I am quite new to the Linux, thus bash script. BTW, you can also post it in r/Linux if you want!
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Posted by u/sayanarijit 2 weeks
Would you mind explaining the script a bit? Thanks for sharing btw!
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Posted by u/ZiggyZig1 2 weeks
Not sure if Win 7 has, but Win 10 has!
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Posted by u/ZiggyZig1 2 weeks
Have you tried the inbuilt windows video editor? I think it's good enough for the things you want to do!
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Posted by u/quackycoder 2 weeks
From the [Article](https://biologicperformance.com/sealed-bottle-terrarium-garden-watered-once-53-years/) > This is possible because the garden makes its own ecosystem through the magic of the sun (photosynthesis) that is self-sufficient. “It’s 6ft from a window so gets a bit of sunlight. It grows towards the light so it gets turned round every so often so it grows evenly. Otherwise, it’s the definition of low-maintenance. I’ve never pruned it, it just seems to have grown to the limits of the bottle.”
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Posted by u/klingers 2 weeks
Hmm TIL > In essence, a craze over a kids toy created shortages of critical semiconductor chips.
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Posted by u/[deleted] 2 weeks
Looking for her beak, has anyone noticed it?
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Posted by u/jbeat2 3 weeks
It is quite informative and not many people know that!
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Posted by u/Wishyouamerry 3 weeks
Sounds interesting and inspiring! I want to share this YT channel which would be quite helpful for someone who wants to learn scripting and all: [Learn Google Spreadsheets](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8p19gUXJYTsUPEpusHgteQ)
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Posted by u/d3333p7 3 weeks
He just wanted to take a selfie!
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Posted by u/quackycoder 3 weeks
Source: [NASA](https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/squids-and-other-research-heading-to-the-station-yes-squids/)
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Posted by u/[deleted] 3 weeks
Source: [NASA](https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/squids-and-other-research-heading-to-the-station-yes-squids)
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Posted by u/quackycoder 3 weeks
Source: [NASA](https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/squids-and-other-research-heading-to-the-station-yes-squids)
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Posted by u/tranthanh195 3 weeks
Thanks!:)
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Posted by u/tranthanh195 3 weeks
What's the name of your website?
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Posted by u/PaulFisheruni4 3 weeks
As per the [wiki](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cow_blowing) > Cow blowing, Kuhblasen, phooka, or doom dev is a process used in __many countries__ e.g., southern Russian steppe, Lena River (Siberia), Kordofan, Tung River (China) etc. So, it not only happens in Ethiopia.
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Posted by u/yourgrassisass 3 weeks
Haha, great! post it on r/linuxmasterrace as well! And really appreciate all the hard work you [documented here](https://pooriar.com/behind-the-scenes-vim-animation)
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Posted by u/tranthanh195 3 weeks
That's great! It would be interesting to see some of those products you make from these milk boxes.
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