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2021.11.30 10:11 infernalproteus A quick, scenic ride through Aldona - Church, Fort, Bridge, Trail!
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2021.11.30 10:11 Eliran1991 HF's Desperation Level is so low at moment that ANYTHING would work to excuse a dip! 🤣🤣🤣
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2021.11.30 10:11 Wise_Today_7003 The episodes from Seasons 6-8 I consider good.
Keep in mind, I still hate Season 6 and thought Seasons 7 and 8 were mediocre. Regardless, every season has it's share of good episodes.
Here's all 14 episodes of Season 6 I liked. My favorite episode of the season will be bolded.
Suction Cup Symphony
A Life In a Day
The Slumber Party
Grandpappy the Pirate
No Hat for Pat
Sand Castles in the Sand
Chum Bucket Supreme
Single Cell Anniversary
Next, here's the 18 good episodes I thought Season 7 had to offer.
The Inside Job
The Curse of Bikini Bottom
Squidward in Clarinetland
Back to the Past
The Bad Guy Club for Villains
The Great Patty Caper
Buried in Time
Enchanted Tiki Dreams
The Abrasive Side
The Wreck of the Mauna Loa
Love That Squid
Finally, here's the 18 good episodes from Season 8.
The Hot Shot
Mr. Krabs Takes a Vacation
Mermaid Man Begins
The Way of the Sponge
The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom
Planet of the Jellyfish
For Here or to Go?
It's a SpongeBob Christmas!
The Good Krabby Name
Hello Bikini Bottom!
So, I found 50 good episodes across these three seasons. That's not TOO bad but definitely a far cry from the rest of the show in my opinion.
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2021.11.30 10:11 svanapps r/binance - Exporting Binance wallet security key.
2021.11.30 10:11 wasmachtderpeter Himbeer Muffins
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2021.11.30 10:11 JakubXGamerCZE are there any PS2 compatible headphones?
it may sound silly, but are there any PS2 compatible headphones? wired or wireless? im using my TV for about 3 years purely as a monitor, because the audio does not work and i dont have any other TV, these past 3 years ive got used to hedphones so much, that i cant play anything without them, thats why i didnt buy some external speakers for it, so are there any headphones for PS2?
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2021.11.30 10:11 JessicaTittel „Die meisten Ärztinnen und Ärzte kennen die Anwendungen in der Telematikinfrastruktur, die wenigsten aber nutzen sie auch in ihrer Praxis. Ein Grund dafür könnte sein, dass die Anwendungen und Funktionen für Ärzte nicht intuitiv einsetzbar sind, findet Dr. Florian Hartge von der gematik.“ (2021)
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2021.11.30 10:11 HeyCharrrrlie Does the storage box work the same way as the backpack?
2021.11.30 10:11 KevinIszel I recently watched this episode and was surprise i never noticed these appearances at the wedding.
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2021.11.30 10:11 Myrandall Cockroach Steampunk Hunter by Thiago Lehmann
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2021.11.30 10:11 Present-Call-3781 MungyFinance | Launching Now! | Experienced devs | Locked liquidity | Great tokenomics! |
| MungyFinance | Launching Now! | Experienced devs | Locked liquidity | Great tokenomics! | |
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2021.11.30 10:11 VORTXS Covid: Omicron variant in Netherlands earlier than thought
2021.11.30 10:10 cloudyrain6 What’s your porn of choice these days?
2021.11.30 10:10 Kinder911 Hey does anyone know a good track tune for the Nissan Z prototype?
2021.11.30 10:10 toofooly24 Is wanting to win big one more time common for someone trying to quit gambling indefinitely?
For the last couple months (I know I'm horrible at gambling) I've been trying to hit big just once so I can use all the winnings to get a good jump on my debts. I'm not sure what amount it would take for me to walk away but I just always thought that if I did hit big I would be done. I clearly see how that is not a good or healthy way to quit and that I only added more debt but I'm just curious if thats common with the typical problem gambler or just me
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2021.11.30 10:10 ZzarRethan Unpopular opinion: the Saturn V was a bigger waste than the Space Shuttle
The TL;DR reasoning I have for this is 5+1 scientifically valuable launches from the Saturn V, versus the dozens of science valuable launches the Shuttle program provided.
Neither was truly a waste, but if we're going to get into that passing match then I have some words.
This is a hot take, but one I think needs to be voiced if only to enjoy how many people it'd piss off.
In comparison, the Shuttles collectively launched 135 times, with 2 failures; one during launch and one during reentry.
While the Shuttles two failures did result in the loss of crew, the context of why those two failures occurred matters. Challenger was forced to launch in adverse conditions, and the foam problem that doomed Columbia was a known and inherent issue that could have only been solved by either A) a total redesign of the vehicle, or B) a more expensive and payload reducing external tank, both of which are budget issues.
Unlike the Saturn V, the Shuttles didn't enjoy the massive funding for R&D, and as a result many compromises were made in the design. The Saturn V generally speaking was never compromised like this.
But beyond the performance of the vehicles themselves, what I think is more important is what they actually did.
Of the missions using the Saturn V, only 5 can really be said to have been scientifically valuable in the long term. These were Apollo 8, 12, 15-17, and Skylab. Additionally, we can also consider Apollo 11 valuable just for the sheer historical value it represents. The H missions and Skylab were the most valuable things the Saturn V ever launched, but they collectively weren't worth that much.
The other landings and launches however, did little in this regard, with them either being wasted (13 and 14) or focused on development of the vehicles. The latter is important, but doesn't really convey long term value, especially for something that flew so little. And everyone knows why 13 ended up a waste, . but 14 isn't often brought up.
14 was arguably the most wasteful landing simply because the crew did not take the mission terribly seriously beyond the physical piloting required. This is highlighted by the simple fact that unlike Apollo 12 before it, whose primary goal gave us data on how long term exposure to the lunar surface affects machinery left there, and the J missions that proceeded 14, the only notable thing most could identify is that we played golf. Big woop.
Meanwhile, the Shuttles did not suffer this issue, and their missions are among the most valuable the world over has had in terms of manned spaceflight.
Demonstrations, studies, experiments, and practice with concepts like orbital construction, satellite repair, retrieval, redeployment, long term habitation, and more. All done before the Shuttles even started building the ISS itself, which carries on the same work the Shuttles started still today. And that's not even talking about all the extensive engineering advancements it spearheaded.
For me I feel that most people who disparage the Shuttle tend to heavily understate what it actually did over its 30 years, reducing it to little more than a payload pooper when that was seldom the only thing it did, and most certainly wasn't the only thing it could do.
But more than that, they also erroneously conflate the disadvantages imposed on the system by budgetary constraints with inherent flaws with even conceptual parts of the system.
For instance, the common line that Wings in space are dumb. But the issue is, that's the very literal equivalent of saying parachutes and heatshields are dumb in space. For a spaceplane, Wings are indispensable, by definition, and for the Orbiters specifically, shrinking or removing the wings would not have likely done much to make them cheaper.
The biggest issue the Orbiters specifically had was that it's TPS was a nightmare, and even Fagets DC3, the most reasonable alternative at the time, was already doomed to deal with the same problems.
And what else needs to be considered is that, budget constraints didn't just affect the Shuttle itself but also its intended missions. The Integrated Program Plan, its naively optimistic timeline aside, is what would have given the Shuttles the flight rates it needed to drive costs down, and those plans were never realized beyond what remnants still exist of it in the ISS.
So yeah, long story short, my opinion is if we're going to say one of these systems was a waste, then my vote goes for the Saturn V.
The simple fact of the matter is, the long term scientific and engineering advancement the Shuttles provided could not have easily been replicated, and arguments for where we could be exploration wise are neither here nor there, as it's unlikely the funding would have ever been there, even if we completely skipped trying to build a space station.
Much like everything else to do with the Shuttle, the only reason we didn't return to the Moon or go to Mars using it is because the government wouldn't pay for it.
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2021.11.30 10:10 cassiusishere Missing Something
So every time I try shifting to Hogwarts I get stuck in the inbetween state of shifting I guess you can say? I get hella symptoms, repeating affirmations in my head. Then I just don’t fall asleep or if it’s a non-sleeping method I just don’t shift at all. Please let me know how I can improve on this part.
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2021.11.30 10:10 vendetta041990 Budweiser's Twitter handle has been changed to beer.eth, and the company has announced an NFT drop on ETH.
Imagine owning BTC today and when you try to explain inflation and economics to the general public, the most common response is "OMG NFTS."
I'm not sure what the attraction of having one is, but I'm sure they feel the same way about digital gold.
And that is the essence of it all...the fact is that it is only worth what people are prepared to pay for it.
This is a fantastic approach to take advantage of NFTs' built-in provenance, as it establishes a direct relationship between the NFT holder and the author.
Nonetheless, Budweiser has the right to remove these privileges at any moment.
A smart contract, for example, would be more permanent and censorship-proof, but that's still a long way off.
Anyway, here's their link: https://twitter.com/budweiserusa
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2021.11.30 10:10 madmatt1980 Very very easy voice recording?
I don't own a watch.. but I want to be able to take voice notes without really pushing any buttons or clicking around in Apps. Is it possible to set this up?
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2021.11.30 10:10 yakfsh1 My pizza after I was forced to slam the brakes by a guy who cut me off, sending my pizza to the floor.
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