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2014.10.25 16:02 vekula Canadian Investor
Canadians interested in investing and looking at opportunities in the market besides being a potato. Discussion is geared towards investment opportunities that Canadians have access to, including questions regarding individual companies, ETFs, tax implications, index investing, and more!
2023.06.02 11:23 FunctionalWealth A not so /g/entleman
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2023.06.02 11:21 Donner_music Father's Day Music Gift Recommendations
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Father's Day is the perfect occasion to celebrate and honour dads who have a deep passion for music. If your dad loves music and enjoys playing an instrument or has always wanted to learn, surprising him with a musical instrument gift will undoubtedly make his day. We've handpicked a selection of musical instruments that are sure to delight any music-loving dad. From digital pianos and electric drums to silent guitars and solid electric guitars, these gift ideas will inspire his musical creativity and bring him hours of joy.
https://preview.redd.it/dkas6hx8ok3b1.png?width=480&format=png&auto=webp&s=52de96b34f9def6e8b944926ca71c9473df7e247 Donner DDP-80 Digital Piano
The Donner DDP-80 Digital Piano is an exceptional gift for dads who have a love for the beautiful sounds of a piano. With its double 20W stereo speaker system and 88 fully-weighted keys, this digital piano offers a realistic playing experience that closely resembles an acoustic piano. The elegant wood design and weighted keys add to the overall aesthetic appeal, making it a stylish addition to any home. Your dad can explore a wide range of tones and unleash his musical talent with this versatile instrument.
https://preview.redd.it/iafs9s0dok3b1.png?width=480&format=png&auto=webp&s=1de74bb49ccbbd129eee7e7179eea5f6e11e397e DED-200 Electric Drum
For dads with a passion for rhythm and drumming, the DED-200 Electric Drum is an excellent gift choice. This electric drum kit features an extensive library of 450 sounds, 31 drum kits, and 50 practice songs, allowing your dad to experiment with various genres and styles. With its five drums and four cymbals, he can create dynamic beats and perfect his drumming skills. The DED-200's compact design and silent operation make it ideal for practice sessions without disturbing others.
https://preview.redd.it/9u85eu9gok3b1.png?width=480&format=png&auto=webp&s=1126a5c6f3bc0e0c186d2947344db85f4e9496e3 Donner HUSH-I Guitar
The Donner HUSH-I Guitar is a unique and innovative gift for dads who love acoustic guitars but require a more portable and quiet option. Its headless, compact design allows for easy transportation, while the silent function enables your dad to practice anywhere without disturbing others. The guitar's large battery ensures long hours of playing on the go, and the detachable and lightweight design makes it convenient for travel. Surprise your dad with this versatile and silent acoustic guitar that combines portability with exceptional sound quality.
https://preview.redd.it/4o12wd3jok3b1.png?width=384&format=png&auto=webp&s=bfc4af88d8423d0ef275b516fbb8aadf0ff4f7f7 DMT-100 Solid Electric Guitar
The DMT-100 Solid Electric Guitar is the perfect gift for dads who have a passion for rocking out and electric guitar sounds. With its 39-inch solid body and metal finish, this electric guitar boasts a sleek and stylish appearance. The bolt-on neck construction, maple wood neck, and Indian laurel fingerboard provide a comfortable playing experience. Equipped with a classic H-H pickup configuration, this guitar offers a wide range of tonal options to explore, allowing your dad to create his signature sound.
https://preview.redd.it/9p0tg8onok3b1.png?width=480&format=png&auto=webp&s=fa506a319b94f35c5c59c17601502ffbf9031920 Donner DEP-20 Portable Keyboard
If your dad has always wanted to explore the world of keyboards and synthesizers, the Donner DEP-20 Portable Keyboard is an excellent choice. With 88 weighted keys and 128 polyphony, this keyboard delivers a realistic and expressive playing experience. It offers 238 tones and 100 demo songs, providing a wide range of musical possibilities. The built-in speakers produce clear and immersive sound, making it an ideal instrument for both practice and performance.
This Father's Day, surprise your music-loving dad with a gift that resonates with his passion for music. Whether it's the elegant Donner DDP-80 Digital Piano, the dynamic DED-200 Electric Drum, the portable and silent Donner HUSH-I Guitar, the versatile DMT-100 Solid Electric Guitar, or the feature-rich Donner DEP-20 Portable Keyboard, each instrument choice is designed to inspire creativity and bring joy to his musical journey. Celebrate his love for music and make this Father's Day a truly memorable one with the gift of music.
2023.06.02 11:19 Ok_Butterscotch1549 Anything I should know with this build?
Some parts are already purchased but I wasn’t planning on changing them anyway. I’ve heard about the 7900X getting hot so any tips on how to fix that would be greatly appreciated since I’ve only used Intel before. PCPartPicker Part List
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2023.06.02 11:17 coursenana CourseNana Software Engineering Project - Monopoly Deal Cards
CourseNana Software Engineering Project - Monopoly Deal Cards
You are required to design and implement the Monopoly Deal Cards game. The game's objective is all about collecting properties and stealing from your opponents, and being the FIRST player to collect three full property sets of different colours
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2023.06.02 11:17 bserum Fantastic Tales: a concept for a FF prequel miniseries
I came up with a concept for a Fantastic Four series that I wanted to share with the group to see what you think... Fantastic Tales
is a miniseries that portrays the lives of the four characters prior to the Fateful Flight. Ultimately, they would be character studies revealing subconscious self-perceptions that foreshadow the transformations they would ultimately take (which riffs on a premise JMS briefly touched on in FF #528
That is the broad strokes of the content, but there is also an extra gimmick to the presentation…
- Reed would learn to be flexible in his ideation, seeing how Victor Von Doom's intellectual rigidity caused his own accident. He becomes obsessed with expanding the neuroplasticity of his own mind. Knowing how cross-disciplinary study can lead to discoveries, he stretches himelf to become a polymath.
- Sue copes with being overlooked by those in her life, particularly the men who don't see the value she brings to her endeavors. Unlike her extroverted brother, she is introverted and tends to not draw attention to herself. But she was also a protective big sister, who would shield her brother from repercussions when he would get into trouble.
- Johnny is a kid that is a ball of energy. An avid reader of Human Torch comics, he also loved playing with Hot Wheels toys — a passion that quickly developed into a love of street-legal hot rods, particularly with modifying their internal combustion engines. Growing into a teen with teenager hormones, he benefited from his good looks, knowing girls liked “hot” guys.
- Ben grew up hearing Jewish folk tales of the Golem creature formed from earthen materials that could alternately be a protector and/or monster. Growing up on the poor streets of New York subject to antisemitism, he had to grow a thick skin and be tough. After his brother Daniel was killed in a gang fight, he tracked down the opposing gang member that killed his brother and bludgeoned him within an inch of his life with a rock before being stopped by his victim’s little brother. Snapping out of his fury, he saw that he almost did what was done to his brother and he felt like a monster. Later, playing football in college, he was dubbed the Grimm Reaper for the injuries he caused on the gridiron, which only made him feel more like a brute.
Since these stories take place before Fantastic Four #1, which was Marvel’s return to superhero books, these stories are presented in an Atlas comics-style anthology format. The name Fantastic Tales comes from similar titles of this era: Marvel Tales, Strange Tales, Tales of Suspense, and Tales to Astonish. And if Amazing Spider-Man was a continuation of Amazing Fantasy, this title creates the faux precedent that it is the forebear of the Fantastic Four comic.
Moreover, with the right artists, the four characters’ stories could evoke the common comic book genres that were prevalent before superheroics took over:
- Science Fiction (Reed)
- Romance (Sue)
- Kids humor (Johnny)
- Crime and Suspense (Ben)
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2023.06.02 11:16 msthara IS THIS LEGIT??
2023.06.02 11:16 Scalalanthor Deathwatch encounter advice
I"m starting a DW campaign as a DM. I want to make some crude battlemaps, but I don't know what is a good "movement ratio". As in, for each meter the marines can move, would that translate well to cm or inches? Is there a different metric I can use? The boys are thinking 2meters fo every cm, but the bases of our 40k models start to get massive at that point
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2023.06.02 11:15 EloquentInterrobang John Carpenter
2023.06.02 11:15 jordan-mustang Paytm girls nowadays
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2023.06.02 11:14 harjotinternational TMT Rolling Mill Plant TMT Rolling Mill Plant Suppliers
2023.06.02 11:12 Omnimous101 Customs clearance service provider has been completed since 5/31 is that normal? Shipping to Germany via EU IOSS TAX FREE
2023.06.02 11:11 Sarik704 Are yall scared of Cocaine Bear? Try this.
People are scared of Cocaine Bear, and it's offensive set can be oppressive, but there are real defensive counters to it. If it's a defensive Ursaluna there's even more defensive counters.
This Adamant Ursaluna has 252 HP and 252 Attack. It's running Flame Orb and Guts, and it's already burned and switched in. I'm assuming everything below is cold switching into a Facade, Close Combat, or Headlong Rush. (which ever is strongest) The fourth move has been Avalanche, Fire Punch, or Crunch in my experience so your mileage may vary.
Garchomp; 252+ Atk Guts Ursaluna Facade (140 BP) vs. 252 HP / 252+ Def Garchomp: 297-349 (70.7 - 83%) -- guaranteed 2HKO, but Garchomp can force Ursaluna out with dragon tail, and it probably took some rough skin + rocky helmet damage too. Pretty good option, and it's good against many other mons too. Avalanche is a possible fourth move so watch out for that.
Landorus; 252+ Atk Guts Ursaluna Facade (140 BP) vs. 252 HP / 252+ Def Landorus: 306-361 (80.1 - 94.5%) -- guaranteed 2HKO. Landourus can hit back with Hammer Arm (only 46.9 - 55.3%) which might be enough to revenge kill it, or it can go for a U-Turn I suppose. Not a good option, but it might do in a pinch. Still you can bring it in on a close combat or headlong rush and either take no damage or about ~25%. Get your prediction right and you can kill. Again, like with Garchomp watch out for Avalanche.
Forretress; 252+ Atk Guts Ursaluna Headlong Rush vs. 172 HP / 252+ Def Forretress: 195-229 (58.3 - 68.5%) -- guaranteed 2HKO. In turn Forretress can take it's other 84 evs into Speed, and outspeed Ursaluna, and then shut him down with Body Press. Surprisingly good option for how passive Forretress normally is. It's a 3HKO from Facade or Close Combat, and a well placed fire punch could kill forretress here, but in my experience fire punch is the least common fourth move.
Orthworm; 252+ Atk Guts Ursaluna Close Combat vs. 252 HP / 252+ Def Orthworm: 252-298 (73.2 - 86.6%) -- guaranteed 2HKO. If for some reason your not eating a 38% facade, or better yet free health from a headlong rush, then close combat is what you watch out for. Body Press from the Orthworm is dealing around 50% here at it's highest, but again any rocks, rocky helmet, revenge kill, or burn chip might make this a good option. I also like this set because you could tera fairy or poison and maybe live the next Close Combat because they likely won't click facade thinking it might not kill after leftovers. Very good choice in my opinion. I'm running this right now at around 1500 OU. Fire punch would normally be a worry for most steel types, but Close Combat hits harder.
Chesnaught; 252+ Atk Guts Ursaluna Facade (140 BP) vs. 252 HP / 252+ Def Chesnaught: 249-294 (65.5 - 77.3%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery. I've also run this and it's pretty good, but the grass typing is pretty frail in OU overall. Spiky Shield, Drain punch, and leftovers can stall out Ursaluna here. Facade is it's darn best option, and it just barely clears 75% HP. Spiky shield + leftovers + Drain Punch keeps Chesnaught going. As an added benefit packing Leech Seed makes a great defensive counter to Garganacl too as long as it isn't tera grass. Fire punch could shut you down however.
Corviknight; 252+ Atk Guts Ursaluna Fire Punch vs. 252 HP / 252+ Def Corviknight: 198-234 (49.5 - 58.5%) -- 98.8% chance to 2HKO. It might just be the best defensive counter to the bear. Immune to Headlong Rush. and it loses less than 50% HP from both Facade and Close Combat. In Turn Corviknight can kill with Body Press on top of the burn damage. I like to equip my bird with rocky helmet and that for sure ends the bear. Again the bear could be running fire punch and that would suck, but corv is so crazy tanky theres a 2% it might be a 3HKO! Holy Hell.
I also want to mention that no Attack investment or a non Adamant nature Ursaluna turns some of these examples from possible 2HKOs into possible 3HKOs or even 4HKOs! Other options for taking down the bear include Red Card on anything mentioned above. Ghost and Flying Types, as well as Levitate users, all have a chance to get in eat a whiff, and punish. This is hardly a defensive counter however, but sometimes offense is best. Mons like Mismagius, any Rotom, Bronzong, the Lake Trio, Cresselia, H-Braviary, Ting Lu, Hippowdon, Houndstone, Walking Wake, & Chien Pao are much more risky as many can still be OHKO'd by something but have options for their team like Destiny Bond (RIP), Skill Swap (works really nice here, but very niche), Whirlwind or Roar (buh-bye) or in some cases outright kill as an offensive option on the right sets. Defensive bear certainly has less bite than offensive but either way there are many defensive counters here and it only gets better with prediction on those ground attacks and normal attacks. Finally having Stealth Rocks, Spikes, and especially Toxic Spikes set up can cripple the bear. If he is poisoned or toxic he can't become burned and thus his attack is much more manageable.
Defensive Ursaluna has tons more offensive counters that can switch in on tons of it's movesets and kill with a special attack. Maybe Assault Vest Ursaluna will become more popular than it's Guts variant. So far I haven't really seen any AV Bears.
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2023.06.02 11:08 AnyScallion7 Someone put a question in the r/AskUK sub about which comedians people don't find funny. As always happens in these threads, someone brought up comedian Rosie Jones who has cerebral palsy and the comments about her were horribly ableist.
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2023.06.02 11:06 SovietSorcerer Pc or PS5?
I'm really torn. Advantages of PC: it's actually a laptop, so it'd be easier to grind long into the night.
Advantages of PS5: I have a 75 inch OLED TV.
Cons of PS5: I'd have to pay a big chunk extra for online.
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2023.06.02 11:06 mampfer Film identification
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Hi everyone, I recently got my hands on a bunch of nondescript film and am currently testing it out! Maybe someone has an idea as to what these film stocks could be. I've bracketed them from ISO 6 to 800, developed in HC110 for ~7 minutes and they all seem to have a very low ISO rating, between 3 and 25 from my estimate. I'll number them 1)-6) from left to right. submitted by mampfer to AnalogCommunity [link] [comments]
1) probably has ISO 3, low contrast. Film can just says "B/W" 2) ISO 6, though I still see some shadow detail at ISO 50, very strong light piping, high contrast. 3) ISO 3 or 6, low contrast. Film can says "G'ev-Pos. 35 = BW". Black and white slide film? 4) ISO 6, very high contrast, strong light piping, inscription "Agfa Gevaert S 101". Film can says "Colour" 5) ISO 6 or 12, high contrast, light piping, inscription "AGS 6210 01". Film can says "Forr.-Dup-Pos. 35 = BW" 6) ISO 12, medium contrast, light piping, inscription "3M C.Pos.", "Safety", "S" and "46". Colour slide film? Film can says "High Contrast Positive"
I'm happy for any suggestions :)
Right now I don't have plans to do C-41 or E-6, so I can only further explore B/W developing of these.
2023.06.02 11:02 MarziTheMartian Frame size
My road bike is 58cm, my 29er mountain bike is 20 inch (50cm) now I want to make a gravel bike out of a vintage 26” mtb/atb what size should I get? Wil be using one of those frames where the top tube is horizontal…
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2023.06.02 11:01 geo_log_88 What the hell, Cold Power?
Please tell me I'm not the only one?
I simply can't open the 2kg box of powder anymore. The last couple of boxes I mutilated within an inch of their lives trying to pull that cursed strip of cardboard off. Doesn't matter how careful or tenderly I carress and cajole it, it just dematerialises in my hands when I so much as look at it!
And apparently we're not being resupplied with scoops anymore. The missus ditched the last one in the bin and I had to fish it out. It's now the Last Laundry Scoop which I will guard with my life because I don't know what I'll do if it breaks or gets chucked again.
Tonight, I'm googling where to buy laundry powder scoops off eBay because I don't want to get caught short. Does anyone have some spares they're willing to sell?
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2023.06.02 10:59 Josphi_krakowski Just acquired the 35 mm Tissot PRX today! Cannot wait to wear it on a daily :D
2023.06.02 10:58 Virtual_Echidna1678 A graph of the temperature in Lithuania by month.
2023.06.02 10:54 Not_Momonga Is there Any room for improvement
2023.06.02 10:53 webuyequipment Compact Excavator Attachments - Interstate Heavy Equipment
With these five compact excavator attachments, you can use your compact excavator to clean the soil, crush concrete, compact the soil, etc. We also introduce some tilt rotators, thumbs, and quick couplings to make operators’ lives easier.
Here’s a rundown of the 18 compact excavator attachments: The Werk-Brau was excellent for leveling and digging practice to turn compact excavators into soil clearing or demolition machines. The multi-pointed rake attachment can be great for demolition debris collection, bush removal, root removal, material sorting, and other tasks. It is easy to add and has the exact angle of rotation and discharge as a standard shovel. Moreover, the lower part of the rake has a thin serration for greater grip strength. In addition, the company says that heavy-duty fingers are supported by reinforced plates and wedges between them for greater strength and stability.
RoadHog’s MX Series Mini Excavator Planers Have a direct-drive Geroler engine. They have a depth of cut of up to 5 inches to fit in 1-inch increments. These attachments are available for 12 or 16-inch width cutting. They attach the excavator using a pin or quick-release mounting system. It is designed for repairs of holes, lines in the sidewalk, repairs of the danger of travel and cold, and opening holes for pipe repairs. Optional drums are available for specific width needs; the company says
Engcon Offers a lightweight pallet fork attachment designed for excavators weighing 2 to 6 metric tons. In combination with the company’s ECN206 tilting rotator, the attachment extends the work that the machines can handle. The company says it is also focusing on the growing demand for pallet forks for excavators, which “can be as simple as accessories as buckets on excavators.” In addition, the forks are available in two versions, hydraulic or mechanical, and can handle a load of 2 tons. The standard length of the forks is 800 millimeters.
FAE RC Rock Cutter Attachment For excavators starting at 2 tonnes, do a quick job of crushing stones and hard surfaces such as asphalt, bitumen, and concrete. Compact excavator attachments are 14.5 to 25 inches wide. The hydraulic piston engine with direct drive and automatic lubrication system eliminates daily maintenance. A safety cover protects the motor, and the anti-wear plates contribute to the long life of the drum support. Furthermore, drum teeth are interchangeable and include heavy stone teeth and other options.
Komatsu’s G- and H-Series hydraulic breakers The G-Series has a hybrid hydraulic flow and pressure design with a nitrogen-filled filter. The H series consists of battery circuit breakers that do not require nitrogen charges. Moreover, they have a sound-absorbing cover and a pressure regulator to prevent leakage. Komatsu uses power tools to remove drawbars to make the H-Series hammers more compact.
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2023.06.02 10:49 SeiNett Distorted Sound for a second at the beginning using external Monitor
so I have my work laptop connected to a docking station using usb-c.It's connected to two monitors using HDMI and I use the audio output of the monitor to a usb hub and from there to my speakers.
Every time I start or unpause a video or music, the sound gets distorted for a second and after that everything is fine.
Anyone know how I can fix this?
Laptop is HP ZBook Fury 17.3 inch G8 Mobile Workstation PC
Thanks in advance
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