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Procrastination is fun

2021.10.24 13:27 TheLoneSniper470 Procrastination is fun

Going to be pulling an all nighter to finish some homework cause I did the procrastinate and it’s due tomorrow. 70-80% done and I’m just over 5 hours in. (I spent the 80 minutes trying to get word working cuz it kept crashing) coffee break time. Since it’s already 3am I may aswell just stay up and finish even more homework after this is done.
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2021.10.24 13:27 Dracoshi The Chris we got in-game (right) resembles RE5 Chris, whereas the Chris in the chapter’s promo images/trailer more resembles Code Veronica/RE1 Chris (left). Does anyone else wish we got that version as a skin? I personally prefer that design & would buy it in a heartbeat!

The Chris we got in-game (right) resembles RE5 Chris, whereas the Chris in the chapter’s promo images/trailer more resembles Code Veronica/RE1 Chris (left). Does anyone else wish we got that version as a skin? I personally prefer that design & would buy it in a heartbeat! submitted by Dracoshi to deadbydaylight [link] [comments]

2021.10.24 13:27 Reafg Rain of arrow lethality

Hello, does anyone know if it's just a miss reading of my part or rain of arrow doesn't work with lethality, it says projectile attack skills, and rain of arrows contain both projectile and attack tags. Should i report it as a bug or is this intentional ?
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2021.10.24 13:27 VenueOfArtist Louis The Child - Waiting To Feel Like This

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2021.10.24 13:27 investorsexchange LGBT+ Friendly Sunday School

This week, I'm just going to point out a single verse:
Doctrine and Covenants 121:34

34 Behold, there are many called, but few are chosen. And why are they not chosen?
This reminds me of the parable in Matthew 22: 1-14
1 And Jesus answered and spake unto them again by parables, and said,
2 The kingdom of heaven is like unto a certain king, which made a marriage for his son,
3 And sent forth his servants to call them that were bidden to the wedding: and they would not come.
4 Again, he sent forth other servants, saying, Tell them which are bidden, Behold, I have prepared my dinner: my oxen and my fatlings are killed, and all things are ready: come unto the marriage.
5 But they made light of it, and went their ways, one to his farm, another to his merchandise:
6 And the remnant took his servants, and entreated them spitefully, and slew them.
7 But when the king heard thereof, he was wroth: and he sent forth his armies, and destroyed those murderers, and burned up their city.
8 Then saith he to his servants, The wedding is ready, but they which were bidden were not worthy.
9 Go ye therefore into the highways, and as many as ye shall find, bid to the marriage.
10 So those servants went out into the highways, and gathered together all as many as they found, both bad and good: and the wedding was furnished with guests.
11 ¶ And when the king came in to see the guests, he saw there a man which had not on a wedding garment:
12 And he saith unto him, Friend, how camest thou in hither not having a wedding garment? And he was speechless.
13 Then said the king to the servants, Bind him hand and foot, and take him away, and cast him into outer darkness; there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.
14 For many are called, but few are chosen.
(From https://www.biblestudytools.com/bible-study/topical-studies/what-does-many-are-called-few-are-chosen-mean.html) This internal call powerfully and effectively turns the sinner from his sin to Jesus Christ. The external call goes to all people. But only the elect will, in God’s time, experience the internal call. For them, the gospel is indeed “the power of God unto salvation” (Rom. 1:16).
Why would a homeless man have proper wedding attire? The answer is that in such situations of the Mediterranean culture, the king would make sure to provide proper wedding clothes to all of his guests as they arrived
So the king’s question to the improperly dressed man is not so much, “Why aren’t you wearing the right clothes?” but rather, “How did you get in here? If you had come in by the front gate, you would have been given proper clothing. The fact that you are wearing improper clothing indicates you came in by some other way.”
I like to think that this isn't about being good or bad, but about the difference between living gospel standards due to social pressure or external influence compared to choosing to accept Christ and experiencing a change in your heart. I don't know what this says about me, given that I don't worry much about the church standards and rather try to determine for myself what's moral. I try to grow in healthy ways and avoid harming others and, when I can, help others. In my heart, I think that's what Jesus would want.
How do you understand this parable? What differences do you see or experience between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation for your actions? What is the basis for morality in your personal choices?
A portion of the lesson covers the violence experienced by the saints and other settlers in Missouri in the late 1830s. We still experience bad behavior and poor treatment from time to time (even as grown ups). How do you deal with bullying? Are there ways that you can minimize the negative impact of bullying directed toward you? What about when you witness bullying of others? It's not always smart to intervene, but I think it's helpful to reach out afterwards to the victim and let them know that they are a valuable human being who is worthy of respect. What else can we do?
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2021.10.24 13:27 lupuscon VLAN documentation for my Homelab

VLAN documentation for my Homelab Preamble As promised i will provide some insight into my homelab setup, what the planning looks like, why i did things how i did them and what it generally looks like. First will be my VLAN documentation and a sneak peak of my server rack documentation before i plugged in any cable.
There will be lots of diagrams and tables and i hope i can satisfy your curiosity.
Without further ado here is the VLAN setup as for now.

Fig. 1: VLAN-overview
As you can see in the Fig. 1 above, i have 6 VLANs up and running and everyone of those has a specific purpose as the name suggests. I will provide an overview table further down if you don't want to read through the wall of text to know which devices are destined for those VLANs.
This VLAN does exactly what it sounds like, it only contains my ISPs router, which has been switched to operate transparent instead of doint NAT.
Why is it set up in a VLAN you might ask, reason being, my ISPs router is located in the entrance area of my flat where also all the network outlets of my living room and office are terminated.
The cables are terminated in a small installation cabinet for electrical installations, where there is not enough space for me to put my enterprise firewall in.
Solution was a small Netgear 5-port gigabit switch, which i had space for, this is the LN-NTGSW01 in further drawings.
Additional benefit from this setup is, that further down the road i can attach my second firewall to build an HA cluster, which needs the WAN on a dedicated VLAN anyways.

This VLAN is purely for client devices like phones, notebooks, pcs, streaming boxes etc. and only for devices of this household.
The wireless network for this household also ties into this VLAN.

This VLAN is for guests and the guest accesspoint will ties into this VLAN.
Why this setup? This allows me to limit the bandwith i will provide to my guests as well as site-restrictions and URL-blocking on lets say porn sites and so on. Also this allows me to simulate a enterprise network with said guest WLAN accesspoints and maybe a sign-in portal as well.

This is you guessed it, a VLAN for my homelab's physical servers and VMs. My two NUCs are also in this VLAN, because they hold my DCs and the pi-hole setup i have, as well as my monitoring solution.
Isolating my servers from the rest of my internal devices allows me to generate some very fine grained security policies on who has access to what and on which port and which application.
Also it is very much common practice to shield your servers as good as possible to prevent hacks, no one wants a completely accessible and exposed machine.
My workstation has a dedicated LAN-port for VM usage, which is also tied into this VLAN.

Yes i could have left the management interfaces in my regular SERVER-VLAN, but as far as i am concerned, management interfaces deserve an extra layer of protection. Why? Past experience showed that most management interfaces don't get the required TLC for secure operation and are a potential security threat, once support for said interface ran out, meaning you don't get security fixes anymore.
In my case i have all my management interfaces bound to this VLAN, meaning all my switches, firewalls, accesspoints, ILO interfaces, KVM management and PDU management.

Since i already isolated my servers and management interfaces into dedicated VLANs, IOT was a no brainer to isolate also. In fact i dont know what certain IOT devices do over the network and i dont want to find out the hard way, so I isolated them.
This makes analysis of traffic much more easier, because i dont have to deal with huge amounts of networks noise produced by my other devices. Also i can enforce fine grained security rules on my firewall and keep an eye on what those devices are doing.
In this VLAN i put things like my ECHO devices, Homematic-IP gateway and my Philips HUE bridge.


VLAN-Name Device-Categories Network
WAN ISP router provided by ISP
LAN notebooks, smartphones, nVidia Shield, Blueray player, PCs, ...
GUEST-LAN guest devices
SERVER-LAN servers (dl380, microserver, ...), intel nucs (DCs), VMs
MANAGEMENT-LAN HPE iLO, APC MGMT-cards, switches, kvm-switch
IOT-LAN Amazon ECHO, Philips HUE, Homematic-IP, ...

Fig. 2: Physical cabeling and VLAN-config
In Fig. 2 you can see the physical cabeling of my networking components. The Fortinet FortiAPs are not accurate. They are a bit special in my configuration and require 802.1Q tagging for GUEST-VLAN, CLIENT-VLAN and IOT-VLAN. For them to be able to be configured by the Fortinet Fortigate they also need to be in an untagged management network, in my case MANAGEMENT-VLAN.

Finally a sneak peak on how my server rack looked like on paper
Fig. 3: server rack planning
This is how i planned the server rack including the cable runs and the amount of C14 sockets i need.

Final Words
I hope i could provide you some valueable information on how VLANs could be set up and why we should use VLANs more often. In any case, if you still have questions drop a comment and i will try and answer it.
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2021.10.24 13:27 ToastChamp USA Pediatric Phase 1 Trial has been completed for Covaxin in Baltimore, Maryland.

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2021.10.24 13:27 R_O The military is the best example of why public property sucks

I'm a veteran, recently separated and served for 6~ years.
Let me share some examples of why public systems are inevitably failures;
The shop van. Ever unit/shop in our battalion had a van with gov plates assigned to it and used for moving equipment or running errands. This van was driven daily. This van was neglected daily. Like 5x missed oil changes, cigarettes stains, ignored engine lights. These vans were shared and driven by 12-15 people. One was retired before it hit 30k miles at my first duty location and it was daily driven in a 5 mile radius.
In contract every single one of the guys drove immaculate private vehicles. Mustangs, Range Rovers, an old Jag, Lexus, Mercedes, lots of Jeeps. Updated oil changes, after market parts, weekly car washes...see where I'm going here?
There isn't necessarily the case for combat vehicles like tanks, planes, helis but this is because there are dozens of personnel assigned to individual maintenance for those vehicles and some liability involved since there is life and death at play.
My stuff syndrome. When someone serves in the military they are a public servant, paid by the tax-payer and serving the public need. With that public responsibility comes public property; i.e. nothing you use is actually yours.
"Hey don't sit at my desk!" "Who touched my phone!?" "Hey, don't mess with my operations plan!" Even so far as to say, "Private Snuffy is my trooper!"
The reality is, even for the highest ranking officer or NCO, nothing is actually theirs. Not even the publicly funded uniform on their back. It's all pretend and only operates at a level of juvenile extortion/coercion. It is my belief that the Human mind cannot actually operate properly in this type of public domain and needs to create a subconscious facade of personal property, which creates quite the dilemma for practical matters and sane mutual cooperation. Hence, the UCMJ.
Fake Promotions. One of the absolute worst things in the military, for me personally at least, is the promotion system. All works stops and everything grinds to a halt in-garrison when even a E-1 is getting promoted. But wait...it's great when you celebrate someones achievement right? Morale and stuff? Everyone gets promoted to E-2, E-3, E04 ect. after enough time is given and enough dues are paid. Like a union. There is absolutely zero merit to be celebrated, often times there is simply nothing else better to do. It's coercive entertainment, like a mandatory circus performance.
The promotion reports that have to be written (which don't even matter since the promotion is guaranteed anyways) are even more hilarious. These are reports that are so audacious, so over the top and so fluffy they would make the most notorious resume grafter blush. Example: ' Conducted SNCO promotion briefing/6 NCOs; clarified process/debunked myths--spurred professional growth .'
The laptop dilemma. This is a true story.
My unit had many to spare and asked what we needed. The unanimous answer was "new chairs".
We got a hundred 'G-shock' field laptops instead. These things were basically running pentium-2 processors and 1990s blackberry screen resolutions. But they were "battlefield durable"...for in-garrison work. We already had a dozen badass laptops for field work.
We went back to leadership and said "You can have these back, we only needed chairs." Leadership refused to take them back. We were so pissed off we made a case of waste and abuse (not as serious as it sounds) of resource allocation. Leadership's reply was "Listen, if you return those they will prob get put on a shelf until end of service life. The money has been spent and we needed to spend it."
The total cost was approx 215k~. They are stored and haven't been powered on to this day.
Costly benefits. I was briefly stationed at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Oahu. The primary medical facility there was a big, pink hospital on a hill off of base, colloquially known as 'Crippler' (actually called Trippler). Basically everyone on that island has TRICARE coverage and, if they don't and are local, have to be seen at that facility anyways because of island law. I witnessed 6-8 hour waits for a basic visit for a fevenausea, botched joint surgeries, botched baby deliveries (lots of those), commonplace multi-month waits for advance procedures that probably should be done on the same day lol. I mean it's a real disaster.
BAH (basic allowance for housing) is another major military benefit. The effect of this benefit has on the local housing market in the immediate area around a military base is absolutely astonishing. Let's say the median renter around the base is a 25 year old E-3 that has a monthly allotment of $2000 a month for rent. This is public information. Every landlord in the area will charge $1800 for rent, as much as they realistically can and still get customers, and there is no chance it will ever fall below that threshold. And they know it is guaranteed income. Government price fixing at it's finest.
Oh, and the G.I. Bill. This is actually a great benefit until you realize that often times military experience, training and clearances far outweigh any higher education or degree in the private sector. So most times the G.I. Bill is just used by lazy degenerates who separate from the military early and don't know what to do with their lives because, well, you can live off it. The G.I. bill will cover up to 100k~ of your tuition plus pay for all of your books and and a $2500 monthly stipend for rent and food. Add FAFSA and Pell Grant to this and you can skate for 4 years while earning a bullshit degree and make profit.
Don't even get me started on VA disability benefits....but I will share one example. Sleep apnea. I swear every single person in the military has some form of sleep apnea. The average soldier is completely hooked on NAC (nicotine, alcohol, caffeine) and barely sleeps from mind-numbingly absurd ops temp anyways. A soldier can literally smoke half a pack of cowboy killers, down half a can of Rip-It and go in for the overnight test. Any reasonable suspicion is linked to in-service causes = instant 30% disability.
Actual warfare. I'm thoroughly convinced, after directly experiencing the fake camaraderie, two-faced attitudes and fake-it-until-you-make-it leadership in the armed forces, that the public standing military is only as effective as the grotesque amount of money and largely wasted resources behind it. Nobody serving actually gives a fuck (with the exception of some true warriors in Spec Ops of course) about fighting, winning or effectiveness. It's simply about doing just enough to please the guy above you and avoid any and all unnecessary responsibility.
Public military forces don't want to fight; they are paid to fight. And not in like a "mercenary" way, no, like in a levied peasant type of way. This is why, in my belief, private defense and private contracting will always be superior in quality to the public option.
Special needs labor. In the military (and many other Federal facilities) the administrative services hire special needs and mildly disabled individuals to do menial tasks and labor; i.e. kitchen and janitorial services. I found this quite disturbing, especially when I witnessed more than a few boogers being wiped in my mystery-meat burritos at the cafeteria.
Some might say this is doing those people a favor and the Federal government are the only ones who would hire them, but here I am saying it is degrading. It could just be me and my cynical, jaded ass I suppose. But this isn't my point.
The base, the publicly funded collection of institutions, is almost entirely maintained by private entities, to include special needs menial labor. Why? Because not even the military members who live and work on them give a shit.
Like the kid who puts their chewed bubblegum on the bottom of their public desk in their public classroom or a person who pisses all over the wall and the seat in a public restroom; nobody, not even the champions of the public (military), give a fuck about public property. So why bother?
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2021.10.24 13:27 timelyfantasy I lost an online friend and I don't know how to deal with it.

Her parents popped into the discord server yesterday afternoon. First I went into straight denial, thinking (honestly hoping) this was some kind of sick prank or some kind of sick social experiment. So I did what I do, and I dug around online until I found her obituary. And that's when it was solidified to me, that's when it slid home. And I don't know how to deal with myself.
I have a small family and the reason that's important because we never lost anyone when I was a kid. I know people grieve differently, but I'm not comfortable grieving. I'm not comfortable going to bed to have nightmares about losing family members and facing mortality.
People tell me to take it easy, but when I do, I remember and I'm faced with that. The fact that she was there on Tuesday, chatting away and Wednesday, wiped from the face of the earth like a bug on a windshield. How do I go about healthily dealing with this? I don't want to go around thinking about how easily my family could just die without a moment's notice and whatever interaction or no interaction I had would truly be the last one.
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2021.10.24 13:27 Timely-Entertainer-4 My friend sent me this pic of money is it fake from Google?

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2021.10.24 13:27 moneka1256 Great & perfect project.

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2021.10.24 13:27 Krispy_Pixel Sorry to interrupt your meal, Ma'am, but do you have the keys to this car?

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2021.10.24 13:27 The_Meme_Kingg What is this French Kepi?

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2021.10.24 13:27 skiskinator What a weird looking dog

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2021.10.24 13:27 triassiccomputer I made a playlist of 7 hours of Rocket League inspired music for those who like to play with background music on. Check it out!

Follow this artist btw for access to a lot of curated gaming playlists on their page.
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2021.10.24 13:27 roambeans Got my 3rd Covid shot on Friday, and a flu shot too - almost no suffering!

I had the AZ/Pfizer combo as early as I could in the spring. Now I might be traveling so I figured I should get the 3rd shot.
I was at Costco Friday and dropped in at the pharmacy to ask. I managed to get a pfizer booster and a flu shot at the same time, one in each arm. Both arms are a bit sore around the injection site, but honestly, the side effects are almost nil. At worst I maybe have a bit of a headache and feel a little fatigued. Or maybe that's just old age.
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2021.10.24 13:27 mihailo_vukic Is gay

View Poll
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2021.10.24 13:27 possumtree So this just happened. I’m literally shaking rn

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2021.10.24 13:27 xRedPandaZx Tips I wish I knew when I started Playing

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2021.10.24 13:27 speedy117 Why do I randomly get one or two pimples on my face every week? and is this routine good?

So I'm an 18 year old guy, and I've never really had problems with acne. Never have breakouts or anything. However, I've been looking into skincare recently because pretty much every week, I get a pimple or two on my face, usually on my forehead or beard area. I kind of have oily skin, and have sweat on my face pretty often since I walk around all day long. I think I also get pimples on my forehead often because my hair is touching it a lot. So any ideas on why I only get one or two pimples? And also can someone see if the products I'm considering buying are good enough for my skin care routine?
I want to buy: CeraVe, Renewing SA cleanser, some sort of CeraVe or CeraPhil moisturizer, and eucerin spf. Do you think that's good enough?
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2021.10.24 13:27 andrevaneerden Beste pizza

De lekkerste pizza haal je bij Papi in de Barrevoetstraat.
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2021.10.24 13:27 creamypeanut1 I need 74 Nteka and TOTW Rabihic

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2021.10.24 13:27 harricislife [Ancient Greek or Greek > English] can someone translate the meme?

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2021.10.24 13:27 tax_carbon_now Any local playgrounds have a roof over them?

My hometown has a few kids’ outdoor playgrounds with an aluminum roof structure erected over them. Does something similar exist here? (Rain)
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2021.10.24 13:27 Particular-Throat536 Vaccine Booster

Got J&J out of state back in March. From what I’ve read I’m pretty much unvaccinated by this point. Looking to get booster shot. Has anybody in the area got this yet? Also I don’t have my card with me.
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