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I’m not a big chips person, but I do enjoy jalapeño Doritos. Tastes like salsa.

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Toast with butter and brown sugar. Super cheap, super good, and basically ingredients almost every household has.

How old is the oldest building in the town you live in?

To those from the Western hemisphere, it’s always fascinating to hear that some homes and businesses from the times of the Greek philosophers still have inhabitants, and then you remember that the Western hemisphere is itself not without its own examples, for example some Mexican villages still have temples from the times of...

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Late 1800’s is when the town was established. Lots of houses from then are still standing, but a good number of them have had additions built, so they’re not 100% original.

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Anything that forces me to change what I think about and pay attention to. Video games, driving, ATV rides, etc.

Also just learning to understand (within reason) that things you can’t control don’t deserve a lot of your mental capacity. No reason to worry about it, because you can’t do anything to change the outcome.

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Take out the towns trash, if you know what I mean…

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I also HATE that if you miss the skip button on the first of multiple ads, they disable the skip button for another number of seconds.

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Out of curiosity, would they be subject to these laws/protocols/regulations if they are (developers or organization) based in the US, but offer releases hosted elsewhere in the world AND/OR develop the product with code hosted elsewhere in the world?

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Live? Yes. Remain sane? That’s to be determined.

Really though, I watch it for entertainment purposes 95% of the time. If YouTube were to seize to exist, I’d probably find an alternative or stick to streaming services like Twitch.

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Yeah, you right.

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I haven’t been to a true big stage concert before. I “saw” new kids on the block many years ago, but they were free tickets and we were in such a terribly sounding area of the stands. The best performance I saw was blue man group in Vegas. The PVC pipes and big drums in such a small theatre were quite amazing.

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I’m a bad Canadian for not wearing a Jean jacket. Just don’t like the feeling of denim… Pants included. I do recall owning a Jean jacket as a child though, so maybe I’m not so bad.

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Just kinda let my body do its thing. I had only 2 shots of the vaccine. I luckily didn’t have it as bad as others did. I just lost my sense of taste and smell, and had a runny nose.

My friend had it rough, and it kicked his ass for a couple weeks.

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It’s actually having to be used, since production of our sweet glory oil has been low.

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A ton… But to name a few:

  • Take me Back to Eden - Sleep Token
  • Watch the World Burn (Live) - Falling in Reverse
  • Putrid III: Cadaver County - Jackson Rose
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My manager made a last minute trip from Toronto to Montreal because he it was cloudy. He was all geared up for taking photos, and he in fact did get some extremely cool shots.

I’m in northern Ontario, so unfortunately I couldn’t experience the full effect.

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It is informative, but how often does the average person read this kind of information? Especially when they are set on doing something simple, such as turning off Bluetooth. What if you never use the settings menu, and only turn it off from the notification drawer? They never see that information. Not to mention that it’s such a small option (even though it’s a big paragraph) that they make it seem like they don’t want the user to disable it completely.

What they should do, is when the user disables Bluetooth the first time (anywhere on the phone), a pop up is at least shown to instruct the user that it is still scanning in the background. That way the user is informed. OR, hear me out, have background scanning disabled by default and prompt the user to enable it the first time they disable Bluetooth.

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I’ve got American Dad playing during the night. It’s being streamed on a loop from a channel on twitch (for now). It’s nice background noise to fall asleep to.

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Software engineer. Work from home and I use the same monitors for work and personal.

Usually for work, I have code in the middle, specs on the left and the app on the right. When I’m not using specs, I have Spotify or video related things on one monitor.

For personal use, gaming is done on the middle monitor. Sometimes I have Spotify on the left, video on the right. Sometimes it’s a mix of discord/video/spotify on the left and right monitors. Sometimes I have a hockey game on one monitor and YouTube on the other.

Middle is my main.

It’s not often I don’t have something on all monitors.

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My uncle owned an 80’s suburban. That thing was an absolute tank… and not in a good way. The steering had so much play in it, you had to turn the wheel about 45 degrees for there to be any input.

A fedex truck actually ended up t-boning him, and the truck flipped. He was fine. Suburban wasn’t. Probably for the best.

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I’m not a doctor, but I do experience the same thing. I recently saw a doctor for wrist pain, and was eventually diagnosed with cubital tunnel syndrome, and was told to use an elbow brace when sleeping.

I can say that using the elbow brace has helped slightly with the wrist pain, and it does result in me no longer waking up with numbness.

The brace keeps your arm straight, and forces me to sleep in a way where there’s no/very little pressure put on my elbow.

Highly suggest you see a doctor, but if you can’t, look into elbow braces (they are affordable). But please get a professional opinion.

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