RHOPKINS13

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Sm64ex-coop is amazing! I never got far in super mario 64, the camera gave me headaches. I did know it was a revolutionary game for it's time though.

With sm64ex-coop, you can enable free look with the camera, and if you set it up right it feels just like the camera in many modern games. There are hi-res texture packs (Render96) available that also look amazing. And finally, they added a bunch of mods and features, one major one being the ability to play multiplayer.

Oh yeah, and it's cross-platform, runs on a whole bunch of different devices. I highly recommend checking it out, it's sooo much better than anything you'll get from an emulator.

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I could be wrong, but I think it's a German commercial, coffee in a can. "You've never been this awake."

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Not sure why you'd think OP is saying 1 church per town. Just that there are ~380k churches in the United States, and less than twice as many homeless people.

I agree, far too many people are left out in the cold at night when we have many public, climate-controlled buildings with working bathrooms and possibly even showers that are empty after a certain hour. If the homeless were able to regularly get a good night's sleep and a shower in, they might be more able to hold down jobs and become contributing members of society again.

Schools certainly would be great as a shelter after hours, most have gyms with showers, possibly laundry machines, and certainly ample space for someone to sleep with a sleeping bag. If we could just figure out a way to make sure everything stays clean for students to use the next day, no left-behind drugs, no vandalism, etc. that could be a wonderful solution.

My guess is that in most places the homeless population would easily fit within the gymnasium alone.

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Club Cutz. It's a music cd with various dance hits, from 1995. I used to be obsessed with it.

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One of my favorites from Oh Bo by Bo Burnham:
Pull it out, stick it in your mouth, and I bust in the back of ya
Swallow bitch, there's people starving in Africa

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If a person wants earrings, I don't have a problem with it, but they should NEVER be put on a baby or an unconsenting child.

And I can say the exact same thing about circumcision.

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What you're describing is just compressing in a ZIP file. Zip files are lossless, you have nothing to worry about. When you throw a JPG in a zip file, and then extract it later, you'll get the exact identical JPG back.

You only have to worry about jpg's lossy compression if you're using a photo editor like Photoshop, GIMP, etc. "Compressing" it in a zip changes nothing. Moving or copying it doesn't lose quality either.

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file.pizza if this is a one off or rare occurrence. If you're doing this regularly, there are better options, provided the person at the "source" computer is competent. A significant question is whether or not these computers are on the same network. I would recommend running a HTTP server if you don't care about privacy, HTTPS if you do. There's no need to buy an SSL certificate, self-signed is more than adequate for this purpose.

It's more complicated to set up, but the advantage is that when you're done you can send the receiving party a link they can open in any web browser, no hassle.

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Debian. So many other distros are based on it anyway. I use it on damn near everything now.

What kind of a gift can you give your teacher out of respect, but that doesn’t get mistaken for romance?

A follow up from my older asklemmy post, saying goodbye to a teacher who helped me a lot through my stuff, was thinking maybe chocolate, but one of the dudes said that it’s not a very good idea, I was thinking maybe a perfume/cologne? What do you guys suggest? She is in probably in her early 20s if it helps, and I am in senior...

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If you know something she's interested in, try giving her a related gift. For instance, one of my professors really loved Chess, and ran a chess club at my college. I got him a Arimaa board, which is a different game based off of chess.

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Dance Dance Revolution. More specifically, an open source clone of it called StepMania. Very fun way to lose weight. You'll want to invest in some high quality metal dance pads if you really enjoy it though.

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I'd highly recommend playing Dance Dance Revolution, if you're at all interested. Very fun way to burn lots of calories. There's an open source clone called StepMania. If you really end up enjoying it, you're going to want to invest in some high quality metal dance pads. Worth every penny though, in my opinion.

By the way, I'm 400 pounds. I know your struggle. I've lost well over 100 pounds playing StepMania before. Unfortunately I've had some bad events put me in a bad depression, which caused me to gain it back.

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By DS, I hope you're talking about a New 3DS, perhaps XL, and not the older DS models. Installing CFW on a New 3DS is pretty easy, and whether you buy your games or pirate them, there's a giant library that could easily keep you occupied for 20+ years. Even if you stay offline. You can also run emulators, ROMs, and other homebrew to get even more use out of it.

If I was to buy a Switch, I'd want the OLED model, but they're difficult to mod. Unless you have good soldering skills, you'll likely have to pay for someone to install a modchip. That being said, the Switch is significantly more powerful than the 3DS. Will eShop be down for Switch in 20 years? Unfortunately, most likely. But with piracy, or games on cartridges, you could easily enjoy your games in 20+ years. The Switch can also handle emulating a lot of games that a 3DS just doesn't have the power to.

Either system would be fine. I'd lean toward the Switch, unless you really want something that can easily fit in your pocket, can be modded without soldering, and should be a cheaper price point. I have collected every console Nintendo has made so far, and they all still work, as long as you take good care of them. The only exception is the Wii U, mine works, but they're known for bricking because of cheap NAND chips, particularly from consoles sold at launch.

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Pretty horrible. Wife wants a divorce and is unwilling to try and fix things. Barely communicates with me at all.

I met my stepson when he was 9 months old. He's 11 now. I'm the only father he knows. I'm devastated, because not only am I losing my wife, but I'm also losing my son, as I have no legal right to him. I'm estranged from the rest of my family, so the world is looking pretty cold and lonely from here.

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... specifically for football streams ... search for nfl bite... you're welcome...

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To be fair, Five Guys is every bit as expensive. But I'll take Five Guys over most of those places anyway. Free peanuts is tempting.

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I'll go against the grain a little bit and say it's a little weird. There's nothing wrong with liking multiple distros, but a lot of people either stick with RPM-based (Red Hat, Fedora, CentOS, Rocky, OpenSUSE, Mageia) or Debian-based (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Pop!, Elementary). Then you have weirdos that like Gentoo, where nearly every package you install has to be compiled on the system. Or Arch, where the "installer" throws you in a terminal, and damn near everything has to be done manually to get your system up and running. And updates are "rolling release", and if you try to update just one package without updating the rest of your system things can easily break.

I am mostly a fan of Debian-based distros myself. But I'll use CentOS on a VM if I'm trying to self-host anything that recommends it.

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For me it's the tailgating, regardless of whether the brake lights are on. It's not a race. Whether you follow half a car length behind, or 8 car lengths behind, it's not going to change when you're getting to your destination. I woupd rather keep my distance and show up a few seconds later to my destination, than tailgate and wreck because I didn't leave enough braking room.

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If the game is out of print, buying a used copy, even at scalper prices, isn't going to benefit the original devs or even the publishing company at all. They won't see a penny of that money.

In my particular situation, my son has an OLED Nintendo Switch and a fairly big, growing library of games for it. Nintendo is already getting plenty of my money. They're not losing any significant amount of money over my fullsets of NES, SNES, and N64 ROMs, the vast majority of which are not available on Switch Online / Virtual Console.

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...maybe if the rich people paid their fair share... both in taxes AND in wages... people wouldn't be living in poverty... cutting back on senseless wars could help too...

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At least in the United States, there is a ton of misinformation about circumcision. Long story short, it's routinely done to infant boys, and is commonly thought to be healthier. In truth, there is little to no evidence of any medical benefits from circumcision.

Even further, many doctors, including pediatricians, aren't taught proper care for foreskins. A classic example is that in young boys the foreskin is fused to the head of the penis. It loosens as they get older, and usually is retractable around puberty. It's important not to forcibly retract the foreskin until this happens, or it can cause complications, including phimosis. Many pediatricians don't know this, and will retract the foreskin during a checkup, or will give the parents bad advice and tell them to clean under the foreskin during bath time.

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I've got quite a bunch, in multiple languages and genres. Here are a few. Let me know what you think.

Culcha Candela x HBz - Hamma 2k22
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q9fD6UA4xs

Tacabro - Tacata
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqFtayBRdfs

Shiva - Auto Blu
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGlWbPR6SjA

t.A.T.u. - Malchik Gay

Blümchen - Heut' ist mein Tag
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXay1pdfQpI

G-Dragon - Butterfly
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98qqghzKAMM

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HR was glad to use the protests as an excuse for the firing. They needed a good sounding reason since all of these writers were going to be replaced by AI anyway.

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