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2021.10.22 12:22 UTFO ‘On life support’: Fears grow that Iran nuclear deal is on verge of collapse
2021.10.22 12:22 Pootismin Tarkov Truly is a Horror Game
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2021.10.22 12:22 ShadowDragon66613 How to keep a large group engaged and balance for a large group?
I've got a large play group, most games are the DM and 7 to 8 players occasionally up to 10, and I've had some issues I would like any suggestions or tips you have to assist or provide guidance.
The first issue is how do I keep that many people engaged?
The second issue is how do I balance the game for that many people? I've tried one super big guy and they either nuke it down due to action economy or do a group check to get their way out of it or use like oil and caltrops on stairs to avoid it. I've tried large numbers of enemy's and that takes 20-40 minutes for a round of combat depending on how I do initiative grouping. I've even tried making a small (4) party of characters I ran for an encounter and that was so bad it frustrated the players.
I'm not trying to stop thirr creative thinking but running encounters, even social or roleplay encounters which admittedly I'm bad at, are not fun for me as the DM to try to work around in a way that's fun for me without railroading or throwing a teleporting magic stubborn smart tarassque at them.
TLDR large group not sure how to keep them engaged and issues balancing encounters for them.
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2021.10.22 12:22 Beanyman1999 The servers are costing me so much.
The servers are by far the worst they’ve ever been. Especially how they deal with lag. The game continues while your ping bar (despite having 60mb+ internet that’s working fine for every other electronic device) shooting straight up into the thousands. The game is unplayable. Always goes scatty before you shoot. I believe this is how they’re imposing their new DDA. Because of the uproar last year. They needed to find a new way of making you lose. To help the newbies of course. Piss for again from the multi billion organisation EA
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2021.10.22 12:22 lbandrew Line Pandora 94 vs Blizzard Black Pearl 88
May be a stretch but wondering if anyone has these skis? Or if not, could speak to the differences between them?
I’ve demoed the Blizzards and absolutely loved them. But the Lines are, IMO prettier and less expensive. But I don’t want to sacrifice performance for aesthetics obviously.
I primarily ski east coast groomers but want something decent in powder when I go out west.
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2021.10.22 12:22 DisciplinedBean [IWantOut] 23F Southeast Asia -> France
I have a business undergrad from a top university in my country and decent 2.5 years work experience. I'm not keen on working 2 more years to wait until I have enough experience to get into a top MBA, so my plan is to attend the best non-MBA masters program in France I can get into, and then work in France afterwards. My question is: what are the best masters programs that would maximize my chances of getting a job in France afterwards as an international?
I'm not fixed on any specific discipline or job. I'd be interested in a masters in economics, data science, or anything business-related. My goal is really just to change location. I know basic to intermediate French and I'm fully committed to becoming fluent in the language during my masters. Thanks for any advice!
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2021.10.22 12:22 purple_pansy88 PSA on dressing for your age and place in life. What I have finally learned as a socially clueless woman (long)
I wanted to make this post because I don't see good advice anywhere else on reddit or on much of the internet.
It's always a case of "you are never too old to wear what you want" when this simply isn't true. Women often have a tendency to become defensive when told to "dress your age".
We don't give the same advice to men, we make fun of men who are 35 for wearing skate shoes and trucker hats because we know that dressing like a teenager in your 30s looks ridiculous, but we shield women from any criticism in this department which doesn't help women. Especially women who have social deficits and require more direct messages to understand these things (I'm a high functioning autistic, learning this took me a while. We as a society tend to be less direct with women to spare their feelings).
I'm going to share with you the things that I have learned.
I had an aha moment when my husband took photographs of me and I just looked horrible in my outfits. I was still dressing the same way I did at 16 throw in a few current trends and things I had clung onto over the years. It made me go out and buy a new wardrobe. I laughed and joked about it but deep down I was embarrassed that I ever looked that way in public.
I learned that my body type is an apple and I learned what was flattering for me. I'm also petite (159cm) and very busty with some extra weight. I started wearing subtle trapeze style blouses and switched hoodies for button down blouses and I suddenly looked OK and far more appropriate. I also got a haircut and payed more attention to how I combined different items of clothing with one another.
Here are the things that I have learned step by step
- You don't have to give up your personal style.
I like really girly things. I like lettuce hems, sneakers with ribbon laces, oversized Peter pan collars, pointelle, ditzy florals, lace, crochet ect.
Having one statement piece per outfit is really the way to go. I will wear my puma sneakers with the ribbon laces with a plain khaki blouse and some black leggings, or I'll wear a big pink velvet scrunchie or a frilly Peter pan collar and switch out the ribbon sneakers for a plain neutral colored pair.
I'm also very casual and value comfort, I switched out hoodies for button down blouses. I virtually stopped wearing hoods all together, on my coats and on my sweaters. I think I still have one cardigan left with a hood, it's a long line crochet cardigan and it's bright violet in color. I can pull it off if I completely tone down the rest of my outfit and if it's really cold outside.
You don't have to lose yourself, thanks to the internet women's clothing these days is incredibly diverse and even more mature pieces can give you a sense of your own individuality.
- If you are a mom, think about what you wouldn't want your mom to wear.
You wouldn't want your mom to pick you up from school wearing a crop top and go go boots, or to be showing a lot of cleavage or her midriff or lower back in low rise jeans.
You definitely don't want a mom that tries to look cool in front of your teenage friends. We rightfully criticize men for this but we never openly give women this sort of advice. You wouldn't want your dad doing the same.
Even if you apparently have the body for it and you have kept yourself in great shape showing too much skin and dressing too young comes off as desperate.
You don't want to be that 'milf' or 'cougar' that shows everyone she still has it in a tight leather catsuit, even if you have a banging body that you have worked really hard for. Men might enjoy looking at this but not the right kind and not in the right way.
A certain level of dignity, self assuredness and sophistication is expected from both women and men as they age and as they become parents for good reason.
- Pay attention to trends but don't follow every single one
It's important to stay current but not to let trends dominate your wardrobe. It will definitely age you to dress in the exact same thing you wore a decade ago, things like hair, eyebrows, accessories and makeup apply as well. You don't want to be hanging onto pencil thin eyebrows from 1999 or really thick, arched dramatic brows from a few years ago. The best way is to either opt for groomed brows that follow your natural shape or to pay attention to current brow trends and adopt a subtle version of them. The same goes with makeup and hairstyles. You don't want to get exactly the same haircut every year. A lot of women over a certain age make this mistake. You need to find out what works for you and allow it to evolve with what is current.
A lot of us find our 'mom uniform'. We need to update that 'mom uniform' every now and then including our basics. A longline blouse today isn't the same as a longline blouse 10 years ago, a basic black tee isn't the same as one in 2005. Subtle details like the sleeves, buttons, collar, hem ect will have changed. That doesn't mean you can't hang onto and wear some older items, but styling them in a way that looks intentional and current is key.
On the other hand if you try and follow every trend you will just look silly. If a 30 year old woman or mom is wearing white air force ones and a bucket hat with mom jeans and a crop top she's going to look ridiculous. On the other hand if she just wears the air force ones and the mom jeans (no rips), ditches the crop top, wears a beige silk blouse and tucks it into her jeans and ditches the bucket hat she's going to look casual and sophisticated and also trendy.
- Single ladies, pay attention to what message your clothes send out to men.
If you are single and searching you need to be mindful about your wardrobe in terms of the men you want to attract. If you are wearing very sexualized clothing you will attract seedy, sleazy men. If you dress in a juvenile way you will attract oddballs who want to imagine that they are dating a teenager and men who are stuck in their own youth.
If you dress age and situation appropriate you will attract appropriate men who want to be with a well adjusted adult woman.
- Don't dress like a typical grandma, even if you are a grandma
In reality, none of us want to be that older woman who has just given up. She steps outside in Capri sweatpants and fake Crocs and some shapeless blouse with an ugly geometric print or even more embarrassing some t-shirt with Winnie the Pooh on the front. She has the exact same hairstyle she had when she got married and had her first child many years ago.
You want to look intentional, you want to look like you are well groomed and you have at least put some thought into your outfit. You don't want to look like you have just stopped caring.
Older ladies often have more time and sometimes more money than younger ladies. Now is the time to really enjoy your wardrobe, makeup and accessories.
Shoulder length hair is flattering on all age groups. If you choose to dye your hair the safest option is to stick to some variation of your natural color. Be careful about going for bright red or plum. I see some older ladies do this and it usually looks awful. Unless you used to be a rockstar, you probably won't be able to pull it off. Be mindful of frizz as you age. Younger women have to deal with frizz (I'm one of them), but it becomes an issue for larger numbers of older women. Don't be afraid to try new products and invest in heat styling tools to deal with frizz, lack of shine, lack of volume and unruly hair.
A lot of older women who do at least try to look intentional also go over the top with gaudy, bright cheap looking accessories. Don't fall into the trap of wearing bright blue plastic earrings and a red leopard print scarf and a green felt bubble necklace. Be careful about jewelry. You don't want jewelry to look cheap or gaudy. Even if you are on a budget at least go for classic jewelry. If you want to wear scarves look for creative ways to wear them, maybe on your handbag or tying them in a bow around your neck. Be aware of prints and colors.
There is just no reason to give up on yourself as you age.
- Have some way of checking your look
Invest in a full length mirror and take photos of your outfits every now and then. We get used to our own image in the mirror and don't always notice things. Photographs offer an outside perspective of ourselves to ourselves. It wasn't until I saw photographs that I saw how bad my too long hair and my outfits looked.
- Don't be juvenile or too sexy
Teenage girls can get sort of get away with tight revealing clothing in some situations at least because they are still children in a lot of ways and still retain a lot of their innocence. Only the creepiest of creeps are going to cat call or solicit a 13 year old girl (it still happens and you still need to protect your daughters, but that's a conversation for another time) If you are an adult woman and you are stepping outside in anything you purchased from dollskill men everywhere will see it as an open invitation to have easy sex with you. Not only that but the older and more out of shape you look the more desperate it looks and the more it looks like you are up for a random fling. Think of the character Kim Day from Kath and Kim. No one wants to look like that. That character is a joke for good reason.
Teenagers and young college girls also wear these sorts of clothes to impress and gain status within their peer group. They don't wear them for mature people. Only fully grown men with issues hit on college girls. You don't want to attract these sorts of men by dressing and trying to look like you are still in college.
On the other side of the coin you don't want to infantilize yourself. You don't want to dress like a young child. Leave out the Disney characters unless you are actually taking a trip to Disneyland. Be wary of things like hearts and wearing too much pink.
Forget tshirts with pugs or kittens on the front or any kind of cute animal or cutesy slogans like 'love' or 'good vibes'. Graphic tees in general are a risky outfit choice when you become an adult. Maybe an adult woman with rock chick vibes could get away with a band tee, or you could wear the occasional graphic tee if it isn't too cutesy or juvenile. However you don't want to make 'mom needs coffee' tees the main staple of your wardrobe and you want to add some sophistication into other aspects of your outfit.
Beware of looking too girlish. This was something I struggled with to some extent. As I mentioned earlier, I love girlish things. I still wear my puma basket hearts with ribbon laces, paperbag pants and big frilly Peter pan collars, however I tone the rest of my outfit down. I would never think of pairing these items together or with something pink like I did in the past. I have one girlish accent piece and the rest of my outfit is slightly edgy and/or neutral.
Be wary of logos. If you are a middle aged woman wearing an oversized Nike t-shirt outside of the gym you will look frumpy. Wearing visible socks with a swoosh on them you could get away with wearing some more casual outfits. Logos should be subtle. Don't rely on them to make the whole outfit like a young person seeking approval from their peers would.
And please, please stay away from baseball caps and sports hoodies outside of the gym. These clothing items are not for mature people. You can do better, even if it's just a short trip to the grocery store. No one past college age should ever be seen in a trucker hat in any situation, ever unless you are Finn Mckenty or a rockstar, they can pull it off.
- Don't let bodily insecurity get in the way of you paying attention to your outfits, instead find out what your body type is and wear flattering pieces.
I'm a petite apple that carries some extra weight and has a very large bust. I could complain all day about looking like humpty dumpty with a chest. There are some who could tell me to grow some discipline get in perfect shape but in the meantime I don't want to look like I have made the conscious decision to stop caring about my appearance completely. Regardless of your shape and size or level of conventional attractiveness you should try to dress well. It shows that you care about yourself, at least enough to get out of bed and wear things that compliment you and to add your own personal touch to those things. Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube are amazing for this. Find and follow women whose style you like who have your body type.
Plenty of women are so insecure about their bodies and the fact that they are aging or not beautiful that they completely sabotage themselves by trying hide themselves completely in dated, ugly, juvenile and unflattering clothing.
You have absolutely nothing to lose by trying to be a better version of yourself, even if it's just baby steps and you don't currently envision yourself going all the way.
- Create a wardrobe that fits your needs
If you have bad feet or certain health issues, there is no point trying to wear heels. My feet and ankles are so bad I can only wear flat comfort shoes or sneakers. I have been this way as long as I can remember because of my joint hypermobility. I can't wear extremely flat shoes with thin soles either.
There is no point buying anything that you find uncomfortable or that you will have to pull at and constantly adjust throughout the day.
If you are a SAHM there is no reason to buy a professional work wardrobe.
However you don't want to fall into the trap of wearing all athletic clothing. Plenty of stay at home moms do this and this is just another way of giving up.
- Don't think that wearing expensive pieces will always make you look good and cheap/affordable ones will always make you look bad
You might just find a blouse in Walmart or Primark that looks amazing, but that designer graphic tee you had to save up for looks tacky.
Focus on how the clothing item is made, the fabric and the structure of it. Clothing that pills will have looser fibers. If you can easily pull out short fibers with your fingers and the item seems a little fuzzy the item will probably pill.
Even low end natural fabrics like linen and pure cotton can look polished. Modal, rayon and viscose can also be good options.
Sometimes loose threads in themselves are not problematic and can just be snipped off. It doesn't necessarily mean the item itself is unravelling, sometimes factory workers don't trim off thread tails or parts of the sealed, raw hem are escaping from the seam, although the stitching is secure and the item is not falling apart. If the item is unravelling, the stitching will come loose when you tug the thread. I know some basic things about sewing and didn't know this until I started sewing.
If you have to buy cheap clothing because of your budget stay away from embellishments and polyester blends because of pilling.
Think about how a clothing item will look after a few rounds in the laundry. If you have the time you can hand wash your clothing. I also recommend that you have clothing that you wear outdoors and clothing that you wear at home.
When it comes to foot wear however, you should definitely spend at least $50 from a mid range brand. A pair of basic sneakers for $25 from a cheap fast fashion store will fall apart in a matter of weeks and you won't be able to put them in the washing machine, but a pair of Nike, Puma, UGG or Adidas for $50-150 will last longer without breaking and some can even be put in the washing machine. I know that $50 doesn't sound like a lot to people, but when I was a poor teenager I used to go through shoes from Primark in a matter of weeks because I couldn't afford to drop enough for half decent shoes all at once (I grew up in the UK) Some adults don't have a lot of money. Comfortable shoes that last at least a year are something you should buy on credit or borrow money for if you really are that poor that you don't have enough all at once. Look after your feet.
- Get a sewing machine and learn basic alterations
Every pair of pants look better on me when I shorten the hem. I have trouble finding petite clothing where I currently live. You don't need to be a seamstress to do some very basic alternations.
If anyone can think of anything else to add please feel free to comment.
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2021.10.22 12:22 bigk52493 How % of a politicians words words are lies or lies of omission?
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I thought we had until the 7th to purchase them…did I miss my chance?
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