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2022.01.22 08:04 SantanuM23 SUSPECT ON ANDROID

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2022.01.22 08:04 wuanlai65 Centaurify - Launching Now on BSC

CENTAURIFY in a nutshell:
Imagine if TicketMaster was built on a blockchain, with NFTs representing tickets. 100% traceable, impossible to counterfeit, and programmable re-sale conditions that protect both the consumers and the event host.

Centaurify - Tokenizing tickets with NFT & smart contract technology. Your Live Event & Music NFT Universe. With fiat on ramps as well as a music NFT marketplace!

We allow organizers to mint their own NFT-tickets, setting their rules of the smart-contract tokenomics to reward themselves, their artists & their audience on every transaction on the secondary market.

- We allow organizers to set maximum re-sale price to prevent scalping.
- Organizers will secure their audience by using Centurify. NFT-tickets are 100% traceable and are impossible to counterfeit.
- Artists gets fixed 2% automated reflection on every NFT-Ticket transaction from Centaurify.

Link Buy
Contract Address: 0x3abd582AD2221787A5653Bfef2d0A410771a3A39
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CLMD (14 platinum awarded DJ) a part of the core team
Team based in Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Estonia
Listed at MEXC and CMC today

Website: https://centaurify.xyz/
Telegram: https://t.me/CentaurifyChat
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CentaurifyBSC
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2022.01.22 08:04 PoignantBullshit LinkedList remove by boolean method

I'm trying to make my own linkedlist class for a school project, and I'm having trouble with a function I'm supposed to implement.

 @Override public boolean remove(E element) { MyNode indexNode = first; MyNode prevNode = null; for (int i = 0; i < lSize; i++) { if (indexNode.data.equals(element)) { prevNode.next = indexNode.next; indexNode = null; lSize--; modCount++; // checks how many times the list has been modified return true; } prevNode = indexNode; indexNode = indexNode.next; } return false; } 
How this function is implemented now (to my understanding) is that when I reach the node containing the data I want removed from the list, it removes that node, and returns true indicating that a node has been removed. However this would also mean that I can't remove duplicate nodes in one go, and to remove all instances of elementToBeRemoved I have to use this remove-method multiple times. Is there way I can implement the function so it will remove all nodes in the list that contains elementToBeRemoved in one go?
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2022.01.22 08:04 WymSouls Yasuo mains toxicity (read before judging :'( )

Hi! Don't kill me that fast.
I'm here just to ask a little question, but I don't know how to do that without make some of you feel like I'm attacking Yasuo or their players.
Well... Most of games where I face a Yasuo main I see some toxic stuff that is usually anoying, from the typical Ctrl+6 after every play to using all chat to trashtalk and justifying a bad game with bad teammates or lane camping.
In one of this games, someone typed the typical response of: “Typical Yasuo main”. So there I wondered why do you have this reputation. Like... Every champion has dumb and toxic players, but it seems like the meme goes only for a little amount of champions as Yasuo or Rengar.
I don't judge a person for the champion he plays, but just wanted to ask you, as main Yasuos, what do you think about this kind of stuff. How do you (the not toxic ones) deal with this hate? Is there any reason behind the toxic Yasuo players involving the champ or anything else or I'm just unlucky and only find the toxic ones?
I'm not here to say bad things about the champ or their players, cause I like Yas a lot (even though he stomps me every game lmao) and, as I said, judging a person for the champ he plays is ridiculous. This post is a random question I made myself and I wanted to ask here all of this.
Ty for reading and srry srry srry if someone felt bad reading this. I don't hate you, ah <3
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2022.01.22 08:04 GreyWind999 Check out my first ever horror film and lmk what you think. Constructive criticism is encouraged, just don't be a dick.

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2022.01.22 08:04 funny__history How the Referral Program Works in Upland

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2022.01.22 08:04 softdimple sub for women that are tired of men and can vent about them?

if you’re a man and upset by this, I don’t care.
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2022.01.22 08:04 ethwendy Next NFT DAO

Airdrop of the most avant-garde NFT project of 2022. It is ahead of the trend of IreneDAO and Ghozali Ghozalu, listing the thing that everyone has loved since the dawn of the internet: doggies. the most viewed videos on youtube? doggies the most liked tweets? doggies the most liked posts on instagram? doggies now it's the turn of the NFTs. upvote and comment with your ETH address. "WendyDAO" on opensea
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2022.01.22 08:04 TeknoSavunma Bitcoin diyarı El Salvador'a uydu ihracatı

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2022.01.22 08:04 LordGuzdahn Clan Games "Win a Multiplayer battle" in a nutshell

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2022.01.22 08:04 Pretty-Situation-693 FREE NFT GIVEAWAY CHECK RULES

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2022.01.22 08:04 Saltybee122 iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Home Test Kit / $14.40 per two-pack kit including shipping / OTG Los Angeles / Direct from Largest iHEALTH Authorized Master Distributor / Ready to Ship

iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Home Test Kit / $14.40 per two-pack kit including shipping / OTG Los Angeles / Direct from Largest iHEALTH Authorized Master Distributor / Ready to Ship
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No Onsite or Zoom inspection permitted
  • IMPORTANT - The kits are on the ground in Los Angeles, however, due to the HUGE demand it takes 5-7 business days to ship. This can change depending on how many orders are ahead of yours.
Please contact Brandon via [brandon@jumperpowerlabs.com](mailto:brandon@jumperpowerlabs.com) or WhatsApp on 561-305-7771 or email brandon@jumperpowerlabs.com for further questions or inquiries about these tests
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2022.01.22 08:04 Landforeverfar No screenshots or reposting please

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2022.01.22 08:04 LabRat2329 What retro games are you playing this weekend (Jan 22/23)?

I'm done with Super Empire Strikes on Easy (SNES) and instead of moving onto the third game in the trilogy, I'm playing Star Wars: Rebel Assault as a palate cleanser. It fits, because that game takes place in between A New Hope and Empire Strikes Back. This is all for research for my blog!
I'm done recording episodes for Silver Surfer for the NES for my Youtube channel, check that out if you want to see that game. Now, I'll need to find some time to record episodes for a Super Star Wars Let's Play.
How about you guys? What games will you be playing and why?
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2022.01.22 08:04 finallyMorgan My second kit and class from Royal School of Needlework with more goldwork

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2022.01.22 08:04 oliverracing1 Industry Insights – Factory Based Performance Engineer

Hi All,
I’m been asked by a few people now to give some insight into my job and how I got here. As per previous posts I won’t go into too much detail on some of my days to day tasks but have given a rough outline of some of the more regular tasks so hopefully that is interesting, also worth noting this is 100% from my perspective, not that of the team.
u/GaryGiesel has already covered a fair few elements of what I would have said so I’ll try not double up on what he’s written too much!
From a young age I have been interested in F1 and my parents always suspected I’d end up in engineering of some description as always been tinkering or buildings things. I knew I wanted to work in F1 from around the age of 10 after being hearing that my teachers’ husband worked for a local team, which to my young ears sounded the coolest job ever, so I really tailored my education and experience towards this as much as possible. I was also very lucky to grow up local to lots of F1 teams in the “motorsport valley” so was able to get school work experience and summer jobs at my current team and a year in industry at another team as part of my degree course.
As you may expect, education wise I was always biased towards maths and the sciences but also enjoyed applied/engineering subjects so focused on these from GCSE onwards. A-Levels I took Maths, Physics and Design and Technology, also taking Further Maths to AS.
I went on to study Automotive Engineering at University as I was recommended this course by a few colleagues when on summer placements. Looking back, I feel this was the ideal course for me, as it was car focused and there was a good mix of modules that allowed me to specialise in the direction I wanted, whilst also being general enough to avoid the pitfalls of some (not all) motorsport engineering courses that sometimes aren’t highly valued outside of the motorsport sector. As is often said on here, something like Mechanical Engineering would have been a good option too but would have contained a more modules that would have been less interesting to me, so I have no regrets with my choice. It’s worth noting a good percentage of the students on my course have had no issues getting jobs outside of the automotive sector.
Whilst I didn’t get involved with formula student at university, I would definitely recommend getting involved as much as possible, I was very lucky to be friends with someone running a formula Renault car so spent a fair few weekends helping him out gaining experience there and later on I got myself a project car that took up all my spare time fixing and competing in autosolos. That paired with Uni work left no spare time for FS!
Whilst doing post A-level and Uni summeshort term placements at my current team I completely a range of tasks, from developing ride analysis and GPS competitor analysis tools to debugging and evaluation tasks. I was also involved in the suspension pre-event tasks for a couple of events which was fairly daunting as I had just finished my A-Levels (admittedly my boss had assumed I was degree level as I knew MATLAB fairly well, and they only found out on my final day when they asked what I had planned after I graduated and I replied I was starting Uni next week…).
On my year in industry I worked for a different team, where I was situated in the design office, working primarily on suspension and steering design. I found this very interesting and really enjoyed the work, although at points it was fairly stressful and full on, but I loved seeing my parts at the track and believe the team still use an evolution of some of the setup kit that I designed when there. Whilst working there I also volunteered in the race control room, it was a very small group at the time (6 people including me) which allowed me to get involved with lots of different tasks such as GPS and Audio competitor analysis and pit stop analysis, this was mostly focused on the timing of the individual mechanics in the stop, but also looking at how the driver could save time on entry and exit, even getting to speak directly to the drivers on occasions which was more than a little daunting at the time – especially when a certain Brazilian driver answered back!
After graduating I spent a year doing a ski season and travelling mixed with a few shorter-term placements at my current team, before landing my current permanent role, whilst this is a fairly unconventional route after Uni, I’m 100% glad I did it as feel I got the “ski bum” bug out of the system and confirmed a customer facing job is definitely not for me (not at all my fault but managed to get a named mention in a 1 star TripAdvisor review whilst working as a ski tech!)
My current day to day role is within the Performance Optimisation Section, which is within the Vehicle Performance Group, a department which looks at various performance sections, such the ride and suspension, mathematical modelling and includes the simulator section too. As a section we perform computer simulations to investigate the effects of changing components on the car and analyse track data to provide information and support to various departments such as the trackside engineers, aerodynamicists, design office and production.
I can’t list all of my day to day tasks as a few are fairly specific, but the main elements of mine and my colleagues day to day jobs are tool development, pre-event analysis where we optimise the aero, suspension and brake cooling setups for race weekends and even future cars and post event model correlation where we match our vehicle model to laps from the weekend using a variety of scalings and offsets.
I also work in the race operations room on race weekends, the work here is very different to the weekday tasks and we need to be working similar hours to the track – e.g. for Australia we get up and midnight and Austin or Mexico don’t leave until around 5am. One of my key responsibilities is reliability/loads monitoring, making sure the suspension and chassis loads aren’t exceeding the design limits, and passing the information on to the relevant trackside staff should they do so – you never see an F1 car clip a wall or hit the curb hard the same way again after doing this, as I’m always imagining all the overload alarms the engineer monitoring that car is seeing! We also try to act as an extra set of eyes for the trackside performance engineers, keeping an eye that general setup changes are having the expected effect.
Another task that we do at the weekend is the brake cooling analysis, this is a surprisingly detailed task where we have to evaluate the best cooling and disc option, balancing keeping the brakes cool when the car is heavy with fuel and in traffic whilst maximising aero performance and not letting the brakes be too cold nearer the end of the race, paired with the fun that you sometimes have to react quickly should there be a “change of climatic conditions” (aka rain). An interesting example of where a team got this very wrong is Imola last year where Aston Martin sent the cars out on a damp track with way too aggressive brake setup and overheated the rear brakes on the laps to the grid, forcing a pitlane start for one car.
The final task that I do at the weekend is GPS competitor analysis, we look at a variety of factors such as comparing corner and straight line speeds to help assess where we are in terms of setup and where we are losing time compared to competitors.
Overall it would be fair to say I love my job, it may have some wacky hours and a fair few long (but normally interesting) days, but overall the reward of seeing your car hit the track and score points is amazing, if you’re lucky enough you may even get to experience a podium or win!
I’ll be checking the post over the next few days if anyone has any questions – please ask here rather than dm to keep the answers open to all!
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2022.01.22 08:04 nangachor99 Old clan, level 15 great players. Banter comes first and its very relaxed #2UUPUJRP Name’s CLYDE!!! Wars are up to you, whatever you wanna do just do bruh.

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2022.01.22 08:04 paisley_l Overnight gm newbie

I will be fairly new to the overnight gm world very soon. No stranger to overnights but a stranger to this side of HEB. Tips and tricks? I am sure the question has been asked before but I have kids and I will be running off of absolutely minimal amount of sleep. Advice from those in the same boat?
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2022.01.22 08:04 hQx7o7omMbZcBKLmG3bc ワクチンを接種すると心筋炎や心膜炎になる人がいるというのは本当ですか。|新型コロナワクチンQ&A|厚生労働省

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2022.01.22 08:04 TiltedHope21 Trading R63 TW:AU, LF: Offers. NLF: B+ tier skins. ((Not my picture))

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2022.01.22 08:04 Cadstlan 29F, looking for some gaming buddies!

Hi everyone! Happy Saturday!
I’ve found myself quite alone recently since moving far away from everything I knew and I’d love to meet some gaming buddies around my age, I joined a few servers but a lot of them are US based so we’re never on the same time zones. I mainly play League of Legends (mostly ARAMs), Age of Empires and I’ve just got into MTG arena as well. I can’t pretend I’m any good at the games but I have a lot of fun.
Even if you’re not into gaming but just want to chat please feel free to drop me a message. I have a variety of interests but mostly I love crafting stuff, hiking, camping and being outdoors and I’m always watching weird and wonderful YouTube videos so can definitely tell you about a few strange things.
In terms of UK I’m just in Cumbria for now but will be moving to Northamptonshire soon. Hope to hear from you soon!
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2022.01.22 08:04 pignuts334 Poll

What is your favorite?
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2022.01.22 08:04 franfrescominciga Games where you play as a single unit in an army and your contribution goes to a bigger plan like conquest of a territory.

E.g. Planetside 2, where you play as a soldier in a big multiplayer campaign on a massive planet; winning a battle in a sector means that your faction gains that sector. Another example, the multiplayer mod of Mount and Blade, even though, the last time I tried it, it wasn't working as intended.
I don't like games where you Rambo your way in and win the war by yourself. I want to be a single cog in the mechanism
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2022.01.22 08:04 icybeveridge Oahu stays

My and my bf just booked Oahu for April 29-may 6th, was wondering if anyone had any suggestions of places to stay?
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2022.01.22 08:04 RealEnivio I can't do anything.

Hello everyone
I am a 16-year-old, male, high school student and as the title says, I can't do anything. What I mean by that specifically is I can't do what I want to do.
For a long time now, I've had an interest in writing and video editing and this year, I've decided to start doing it again. I have a general idea of what type of video/story I want to make but every time I start, I will immediately give up or in the middle of the project, be unable to continue.
for example, I have started editing a video throughout last week but since 3-4 days ago, I couldn't be bothered to continue or do it. Every time I open the project I get overwhelmed and close it immediately.
I have no clue what to do so I don't give up. Please help
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