2021.12.06 01:52 SoftwareLegitimate70 Trapper 1C07B734 (Is there a solution?)
Ps4 pro user here, has anyone figured out how to get around this without completely starting over? since I did the missions with the farmers I keep getting timed out at the menu screen.
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2021.12.06 01:52 Nevanojoke Plz ban ticket posts
2021.12.06 01:52 ComplexCow3 idiots in cars
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2021.12.06 01:52 NFT_DigitalArt 🎁FREE NFT GIVEAWAY!🎁Upvote and drop address for a chance to win. Check out the 🦉Nature in Neon🌻 gallery at https://ift.tt/3pt69GO [X-post from /r/opensea]
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2021.12.06 01:52 Liiil_Sebastian I have Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and meet my oncologist on Wednesday. I have a long road ahead of me… here’s my biopsy scar.
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2021.12.06 01:52 Honest-Patient-8730 I cant even get one soulstone of him
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2021.12.06 01:52 whereami1221 Can someone please help me? Not sure if I miss remember a line.
Okay, my lady and I are fans of clone high and constantly quote to eachother is from the episode where jfk gets raisins from Jack blacks character from the episode but the scene that we quote is when jfk is on the roof with Abe and cleo and he is telling them "the moon its chasing me" however we both remember the line being "WHAT DO YOU WANT MOON!" however when looking back it seems that's not the line we used to watch the show religiously and it feels weird to get a line we remember so well be so wrong can anyone shed some light or are we just not all there?
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2021.12.06 01:52 MrTsquared88 [Jumanji] Jumanji was created by Furries.
The game always resets at the end. You could literally do anything—commit any crime you wanted— and as long as you finish the game, everything will be reset. So what type of crime is worth committing when it resets at the end? Stealing? No, because your stolen items will eventually be returned to their owner. Murder? No, because the victim will come back to life when the game resets. So… what crime can you commit that doesn’t matter once the world resets??
The answer, is sex crimes. Once the offender has gotten his/her fulfillment from the victim, it doesn’t matter if things get reset. The fulfillment is already had. The offender remembers every detail while the victim has no idea.
Normally I would think that Jumanji was created by ordinary rapists and sex offenders. But the fact that Jumanji is filled with jungle creatures gives rise to the theory that…. Jumanji was created by Furries who want to have sex with wild animals.
Players could go into the world of the game (or allow the world of the game to enter their own world, depending upon which incarnation of Jumanji they’re playing). Then they’d be free to have sex with any animal that pops out of the game— no matter how nonconsensual. And as long as they beat the game, they’d get away with their abusive crimes, and no one would know. It’s genius. Horrifically sick and evil, but genius nonetheless.
NOTE: I realize that not all Furries are into beastiality. While I don’t exactly “get” Furries, as long as all parties involved in their actions are consenting human adults, I don’t care what they do. This post is specifically referring to the Furries who engage in the sick act of beastiality.
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2021.12.06 01:52 spud626 Walker
2021.12.06 01:52 cheesecakewizard421 what made you fall in love with mass effect?
2021.12.06 01:52 Musty__Elbow Pure unbridled cancer. I hate that i lost to this.
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2021.12.06 01:52 Cold_Suggestion8291 Shorting
2021.12.06 01:52 Ok_Ingenuity205 😠
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2021.12.06 01:52 _the_bored_one_ Rosemary trees
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2021.12.06 01:52 N0maru tHe teacHing
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2021.12.06 01:52 MexWevC Atropellan a corredores y ciclistas en Tlalpan, CDMX - Las Noticias
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2021.12.06 01:52 Karma-ls-UseIess Skinwalkers are furries
In Native American legends a skin walker is a evil shaman who specificity puts on the fur of an animal to transform into an animal, therefore all skin walkers are furries in this essay I will…
argue that there is no difference between a furry and a skinwalker. A skinwalker is simply a furry with a different name. The two are so similar that they are often confused with one another, especially by non-furry academics. This confusion has led to some pretty bad research and poor conclusions about the history of furry subculture. I am not a historian or anthropologist but I have done enough reading on Native Americans and their cultures that I feel comfortable making claims about them. My personal knowledge comes from my own experiences as a member of the furry community, specifically through attending conventions and other events related to furry culture. The first thing you need to understand is that the Native Americans had many names for things. For example, they called themselves the “People of the Earth” and also referred to themselves as the “Red People.” In addition, the tribes used several different languages and dialects. It was difficult for people living in Europe to communicate with them because they didn’t speak English or any European language. For these reasons, it is very likely that the Native Americans never heard of the word “Furries” until white Europeans brought it to them. The Native Americans had no concept of what we call a “fursona” either. They were too busy fighting off the Spanish conquistadors, defending their lands, and keeping up their traditions. The only way the Native Americans could have known about us would be if someone told them about us. That means that we must have been here long before the Native Americans, and we must have spread our stories across the world. But where did we come from? There are many different theories on how the first furries came to be. Some say that the first furry was a man who had an affinity for animals and decided to dress up like one. Others claim that the first furries were women who dressed up as men to trick their enemies. Still others believe that the first furry was a spirit or deity who became human and began dressing up as an animal. My theory is that the first furries were born from the Native American practice of skin walking. Skin walking involves the transformation of a person into an animal through the use of animal skins. It is believed that skin walkers can change shape by taking the form of an animal, but they do not become the animal. Instead, they take the shape of the animal and temporarily inhabit its body. This is exactly what happens when a furry transforms into a fox. They don’t physically turn into a fox; instead, they take the shape of a fox. This allows them to run around and move freely, but they still retain their own identity. They can still think and talk, and they can still make decisions. The only difference is that they look like a fox. Skin walking is considered a sacred ritual among Native Americans. It is said that the spirits of the animals transform the person into a new being. While it may seem strange to us, this practice has been passed down for generations. In fact, it is still practiced today. Native Americans believe that the animal spirits reside in the animal skins, and by wearing those skins, they can communicate with them. The Native Americans believe that the animal spirits can help them find food, tell them about the weather, and warn them of dangers in their environment. So when you wear your fox suit and transform into a fox, you are not actually becoming a fox. You are merely taking on the appearance of a fox for a short time. This is why Native Americans consider skin walking to be a sacred ceremony.
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2021.12.06 01:52 hodlvalley 📔📔📔Here is the transcript from our recent AMA with Satoshi Club 📔📔📔
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2021.12.06 01:52 MrIste The overworld OST of Qud seems to sample this soundtrack from an old Ukrainian game (go to 0:13 seconds)
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2021.12.06 01:52 iliaffytwihm Yo this is unbelievable
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2021.12.06 01:52 Desocrate Western Cape SAPS officer arrested for allegedly raping male suspect
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2021.12.06 01:52 BigJuicyHwang Today’s game
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2021.12.06 01:52 fairyjars DM's fiance is a Mary Sue nightmare.
Enter cast(Names changed): Me, My boyfriend, Joey, John and Trisha. We've been playing together about 3 years.
Trisha is Joey's new fiance whom he met last year after his first wife died of Covid . To preface, I don't think ill of Trisha, and I am glad he has found love again after such grief. Trisha is fairly new to DnD and really only plays on and off when she's not working. This is an ongoing horror story.
The Horror story: She only ever wants to play when Joey is DMing. She dipped from my al-qadim game and and wouldn't engage or take interest and expressed reluctance to play when my boyfriend was DMing. She's only ever interested when he is DMing and when he does DM he gives her game breaking abilities, items, spells and feats and everything else under the sun.
Enter the Candlekeep Oneshot: The original premise was that she would be a gold dragon trapped in human form (a concept introduced in tyranny of dragons). Then it became a gold dragon. Oh no, it's not enough that she's a gold dragon. She's a super speshul gold dragon that has a legendary speshul ancestor and she has a radiant breath weapon as well as fire and Candlekeep owes her a lot of money and she has a lair full of hundreds of potions to sell within Candlekeep. The rest of us are just normal ass humanoids by the way.
Oh and if the module called for a specific spell "Oh you know that spell now. You should cast it." He writes entire plots revolving around her character. Joey has always handed out feats, magic items, and stuff like this like candy but this is getting obnoxious. The blatant favoritism is getting on the nerves the entire table. I do have plans to talk to Joey about this with a mature conversation, and I don't blame her at all for this. I just needed to get this off my chest.
TL;DR DM lets his feelings for his new lover get the better of him and starts giving her game breaking epic character options far beyond the scope that the other players have and 3/5ths of the table are rolling their eyes about it.
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2021.12.06 01:52 jonathanlin1202 [US-NY] [H] Paypal [W] boba u4t for the low 70 count