Proud dad quotes for daughter
2014.08.07 14:23 MillennialDan Rainbow Blaze
Rainbow Blaze was originally thought to be Rainbow Dash's father, primarily due to the implications of an MLP trading card. However, it was later disproved in an episode of season seven of FiM. Therefore this sub has been closed, and Rainbow's dad can be found over at /BowHotHoof.
2020.02.20 19:22 joshiness Dads and Daughters
is the place for dad's who are looking to support their daughters and where daughters can support their dad's.
2014.12.07 21:31 Schopke Our Gay Dads
This is a place for gay dads and their kids. Post funny stories, ask for parenting advice, having custody problems or have you found good solutions post it here. Need help with surrogacy or want to post proud dad moments, we want to hear it. I also have a YouTube channel called Our Gay Dads and I am building a website [OurGayDads.com](http://www.ourgaydads.com)
2023.03.30 19:46 existential_risk_lol How would you advise a complete newcomer to FM given a middling idea of knowledge about the sport itself?
Hello! So for whatever reason, recently I've been thinking more and more about playing a Football Manager game. There are two important caveats: one, I've never played a FM game (or any football games, aside from a few matches of FIFA against my annoyingly skilled little brother) and two, I really don't know much about football. My brother and dad are football fanatics, and through some idle obsessions with the last three World Cups, the last two European national championships (Euros?) and my dad's knowledge of British football, I know enough stuff to talk at least a moderate amount of shit and seem vaguely knowledgeable in conversation. A lot of my friends are into football, too, and I'm sick of standing there with no idea what their conversations mean, haha!
I'm from New Zealand, which has almost zero football presence (aside from one professional club and a massively underfunded national side). I've always been into motorsport instead, and have racked up hundreds of hours on old F1 management sims as well as the more modern Motorsport Manager games on mobile and PC. I love management style games in general, thus my interest in FM. However, I'm worried my inexperience with FM itself and football in general will stop me from enjoying the game. Would you recommend an older version that's cheaper? Which edition of the game is friendliest to those completely unfamiliar? In regards to the game itself, would you start with a small or low-ranked team and learn the game by building from there (a la Motorsport Manager) or do you jump in at the top and learn the basics with a safety net of built-in success? Many have said to pick a favourite team and roll with it, but I don't have a favourite or even a local team I like, as my hometown back in NZ has no clubs. I live in England, so maybe I could pick my city's local club?
TL;DR: I'm basically Ted Lasso: I want to get into Football Manager but have little experience with FM or football itself, although I've played a lot of management games in general. Any help and/or advice sorely needed and appreciated!
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2023.03.30 19:46 FormidableFart Kahlil Gibran's 'The Prophet'
Recently I was gifted the book, I just finished it. I do mot consider myself an ardent reader or a wise individual, but this books somehow made me feel really good, it generates a sort of serenity in my heart. But there are some quotes which I do not completely understand. English isn't my primary language, so if anyone can direct me to a website of some sort where I can get the references or answers on the book, I'd be grateful.
For example: "And he who seizes the rainbow to lay it on a cloth in the likeness of man, is more than he who makes the sandals for our feet.” What is the significance of this comparison?
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2023.03.30 19:45 ApprehensiveCrew4985 Feeling lonely in my marriage
First post, long, seeking advice. My husband (42m) and I (38f) have been together 13 years. He works full time, I’m home with the kids and work part time.
He’s always been quiet, but in recent years hardly speaks to me. I can get him talking about his favorite team, but that’s about it. If I don’t initiate, he can go days without saying “I love you” or offering a hug or kiss. I’ve been turned down so often for intimacy that I rarely initiate anymore.
I’m the only one who plans dates, even then he hardly shows interest in me. Not just intimacy, but conversation as well. It just feels like I’m the only one trying to connect.
He’s a good person, never says a mean word to anyone. He is more involved as a dad than his or mine ever were, although that bar was set pretty low. Unless I specifically ask him to do an activity with the kids, he tends to scroll his phone or watch TV than join us in whatever we’re doing.
We have separate bank accounts, he handles a larger portion of the bills, I cover less but still several. I handle the bulk of household and kid responsibilities.
I’m pretty direct in communication, he bottles things up and hopes it resolves itself. Postpartum was rough on my mental health, and I’m actively taking steps to work on myself. I’ve tried talking to him, extra dates, making the house more welcoming.
I just feel so disconnected. He agrees but says it’s just our “stage of life” with kids and work. I asked him to join me for marriage counseling, but he refuses. To be clear, I don’t want to leave. I want us both to enjoy life together again instead of just existing next to each other. Any ideas welcome.
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2023.03.30 19:45 Additional-Hat7803 My future feels wavy 21(m)
On one hand I have a supporting mom and on the other hand her and my dad's health is going down the drain as they reach their 50s. On one hand I'm stuck working at a retail place for 5 years and have a diploma and an accounting degree soon but my finances are taking a hit and I can't find a job realted to my career. Never had a interaction with a girl even at work they don't avoid me I can also tell some are attracted to me but I can barley keep their attention and I recently lost my friends due to school stress and I'm not able to see them as often. see the world ending when I look at the news and I'm always feeling lost as to, where I'm going, wondering if my degree is worth it, and what is the point of life (not suicidal type of point of life).
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2023.03.30 19:44 Buttery_Pancakiies The food bank gave me expired cookie mix. Can I still use it?
2023.03.30 19:44 Jeff_Wilhite Advice about buying a used oboe on eBay
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2023.03.30 19:44 _LegioN7_ 34 [M4F] Michigan/Anywhere - Nerdy Guy LF Best Friend!
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I'm just a nerdy guy looking for his best friend.
Are you looking for that consistent text-until-3am person? Do you like having conversation or knowing that I'll try my best to find something to chat about?
We can talk about British TV, or food. We can talk about your favorite concerts or bands. We can talk about how Mass Effect is the best video game series but the remaster was just okay. We can talk about news, or really anything.
Location isn't a huge deal breaker for me. I'm willing to eventually find someone regardless of the location if something happens.
I'm the kinda dude who will do the dishes if you cook, and help clean the house. I'll mow the lawn (we all know nobody wants too), and fix things.
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2023.03.30 19:44 Nighthawk3109 All jokes aside, is Gohan and Piccolos relationship anything but a case of Stockholm syndrome?
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Piccolo literally took Gohan as a child without anyone’s permission, and trained him simply to help save the earth so he could himself take it over in the future. Yes I know Piccolo developed feelings for Gohan and was proud of his training and his success, in my opinion Gohan was the first precious thing ever to Piccolo and that’s why he changed sides. submitted by Nighthawk3109 to Dragonballsuper [link] [comments]
2023.03.30 19:43 r4744 Kubota L3902 or L4060
I'm in the process of buying a new tractor and have narrowed it down to two different types and am looking for some thoughts on why one or the other would be more suited for me.
I have 25 acres, largely flat thickly overgrown brush with a couple ponds. I also have a large paved road/driveway. It will initially mainly be used for clearing brush, plowing snow in winter (northeast) and eventually possibly some grading and other tasks around the property. No intention to use it for any sort of logging related task at this time. I have been quoted for both the L3902 and the L4060(without the cab) with the initial implements i'll need (brush hog, loadebucket, plow) The different in price is 8k (within my price range but I obviously rather spend less if I can)
I'm new to tractors, before this I've only lived on a quarter of an acre or less in suburban areas. I plan to start tackling the land slowly over a couple years over weekends and evenings.
I am drawn to the L4060 because it seems like for someone with no experience like me its easier to use but I also wondering if other than the ease of use does the L4060 have any other benefit? Trying to decide if its worth the extra money.
Appreciate any thoughts on why one or the other may be better or other things to consider.
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2023.03.30 19:43 AhangerHOBO Garden To Visit In Srinagar 2023 Ahanger HOBO
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1 Pari Mahal “Palace of the Fairies” Hotel Taxi Adventure by Ahanger HOBO
The most beautiful of Kashmir's present-day gardens for the gorgeous view that takes over Dal Lake and surrounds it. A pleasant one-hour walk from the botanical garden that lies just off Boulevard Road. Pari Mahal was created by the philosopher Prince Dara Shikooh, the eldest son of Emperor Shah Jehan (who also commissioned Akhund Mullah). Dara Shikooh was obsessed with the idea of the similarities between Hinduism and Islam, "the meeting place of two oceans", he called it. He believed in the unity of being and of religion stating that Hinduism and Islam were twins, "hairs on the same head" and that there was no essential disagreement on the nature of their understanding of God. This tolerant attitude was to cost Dara his crown. This garden was not for temporal pleasure alone but as a place for learning, he built it for his tutor Akhund Mullah Shah so he could hold discussions with religious divines of all faiths. On the grounds, there was a school for Sufism and one for Astrology.
2 Shalimar Garden “The Garden of Love)” Hotel Taxi Adventure by Ahanger HOBO
In the old days, Shalimar was a villa built in the 2nd Century where one Kashmiri King Pravarasena II used to stay when he went to visit his guru at Harwan. Praversena II founded the city of Srinagar and ruled Kashmir from 79 AD to 139 AD. After his reign, it fell into ruin, but the village there kept the name, Shalimar. In 1619 the sensualist Emperor Jehangir ordered a garden to be laid out at this spot for his love, Nur Jehan "light of the world". It is said that Emperor Jehangir and his wife Nur Jahan were so enamored of Kashmir that during summer they moved to Srinagar with their full court entourage from Delhi. Shalimar Bagh was their imperial summer residence and the Royal Court. They crossed the arduous snowy passes of the Pir Panjal mountain range on elephants to reach Srinagar.
3 Nishat Garden” The Garden of Pleasure” Hotel Taxi Adventure by Ahanger HOBO
In l633 by the brother of NurJehan, Asaf Khan invited his brother-in-law Emperor Jehangir to a fancy banquet to be held in the marble pavilion of the garden. The emperor became jealous of the beauty of the garden and ordered the water supply to be cut off. One by one the fountains went dry and the garden beds began to wilt and die. The loyal gardener could not bear to see his master and his beautiful flowers so dejected and secretly turned the water supply back on. Furious, Jehangir sent for the gardener. The gardener stood stoically for his actions, saying he simply could not bear to see such beauty die. The courage of the gardener struck an attender chord in his heart. Once upon a time, Emperor Jahangir loved a gardener's daughter, Anarkali, who was courageous enough to stand up to his father and defend her love. He, therefore, restored the water supply from the same stream that fed his own royal garden, Shalimar.
4 Cheshma Shahi Garden “The Royal Spring” Hotel Taxi Adventure by Ahanger HOBO
This was built by Shah Jahan (Emperor Jahangir's son) in l642. It's known as “Royal Spring' due to the mineral-rich spring water that feeds the watercourses. The source of this water emerges within a pavilion at the top of the garden. Many visitors to these gardens believe in the healing properties of this water and come here to the source to drink.
5 Nasim Bagh Garden Hotel Taxi Adventure by Ahanger HOBO
Nasim Bagh (Garden of the Morning Breeze) is Open every day during university hours, free. This garden was founded by the Mughal Emperor Akbar The Great' who conquered Kashmir in 1586. It is a veritable forest of Chinars 1200Chinars were laid out at the time-located at what is now the University of Kashmir. When visiting the shrine at Hazratbal take a stroll through the markets toward the university, walk around until you hit the Zain-ud-Din Memorial gate (opposite the brightly colored blue and white tomb of former chief minister Sheikh Abdullah 'the Lion of Kashmir) and reveal in the beauty of so many majestic trees in one place. If you happen to be in Srinagar in autumn, be sure to put in a visit here, the myriad shades of red and orange leaves of so many trees in one place is an effect like wildfire.
6 Harwan Garden Hotel Taxi Adventure by Ahanger HOBO
Harwan Garden is not a garden created by the ubiquitous Mughals, but it is a relaxing place to visit and drop your feet in the cool water on a hot summer's day. There is a stream running through the middle and massive trees under which you can sip cool beverages. You can reach here after visiting the Harwan archaeological site.
7 Badam Bagh Garden “Almond Garden” Hotel Taxi Adventure by Ahanger HOBO
Also known as Bagi-Waris Khan. A Secret of the Srinagar locals, BadamBagh is another beautiful Kashmiri Garden although not built nor modeled on the Mughal style. It is located in the old city in the locality of Kathi Darwaza Hawal near the Psychiatric hospital. Filled with rows of beautiful almond trees and flower-filled beds, it is a lovely place to relax and enjoy the sweet air of Kashmir. A trip to this garden can be coupled with a visit to the small and peaceful Tibetan Muslim colony of Hawal, a troll through the old city, or a visit to the Shia religious places and artisans near Alamgiri Bazaar.
8 Botanical Garden Hotel Taxi Adventure by Ahanger HOBO
These gardens lay at the foot of the Pari Mahal Mughal garden. The botanical garden has a pleasing water feature and is spacious and bright. You will always find couples here in the secret tete-a-tete. This garden has thousands of tree species and has a big artificial lake too.
9 Nehru Park Dal Gate Hotel Taxi Adventure by Ahanger HOBO
Nehru Park is located inside The famous Dal lake in the name of pandit Jawahar lal Nehru who was the first Prime minister of India. This park is on a small round shaped island just beside the famous Boulevard dal gate road, Nehru park has a swimming pool, & Pool has Dal Lake itself its water source. Nowadays authorities do not allow anyone to swim, (As it is not safe for swimming as well as this location is a public place. This place has boating facilities (Shikaras) to reach and a small park for picnics, there is a restaurant where you could buy & enjoy meals on order. Boulevard road is one of the busiest roads in the Kashmir valley. On its bank, there are plenty of hotels where a traveler or a guest makes his/her stay & most hotels are 3 Star category, and a few 4 Star.
On another side of the road there are many Ghats (Stands for Shikaras) waiting for you to enjoy a shikara ride & best time is sunrise/sunset which adds beauty to dal lake. Coordinates: 34°5'24"N 74°50'44"E.
10 Tulip Garden Srinagar Hotel Taxi Adventure by Ahanger HOBO
Kashmir Tulip Garden is called “Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip garden”, Erlier Model Floriculture Center Kashmir, and it is a tulip garden located in Srinagar, Kashmir, India. It is the largest tulip garden in the Asia continent and has spread over an area of about 74 acres of land. It is situated under the foot side of the Zabarwan range of mountains, built on a sloping ground in a terraced fashion consisting of seven terraces if you manage to go up, then you would be able to see the Dal Lake view. It was opened in the year 2007 to boost floriculture tourism in the Kashmir Valley. earlier it was called Siraj Bagh. Around more than a million million tulip bulbs get cultivated every year, all in different colors, like (Pink, Violet, White, Yellow, Red, and many more) Besides tulips, there are many varieties of flowers, including hyacinths, daffodils, and ranunculus which were brought from Holland. The tulip garden is home to around 68 varieties of tulips. The tulip festival is celebrated in the month of April every year, This year 2023 it has been opened before its time (on 19 Mar). The Tulip festival is an annual Spring festival to increase tourism by the Government of Jammu and Kashmir.
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2023.03.30 19:43 nunicorn25 Should I (26F) ask for help from my parents 54M; 58F (who usually don’t financially help me) to move across the states to go back home?
TL;DR: Im moving back home and need money for the move. Not sure if I should ask my parents or not since my mom doesn’t like to give me financial help.
I’m moving back home due to issues I’ve had with my bf. My parents have begged me to come back home with them and try to save up and pay off my debt. I appreciated the offer, especially since I’m having issues with my bf. I told him I’m done living here and I want to go back. That’s a dealbreaker for him which is fine because he’s depleted me of all my money and now that we’re about to have our second child, I can’t keep doing this. I’ve tried making it work but he’s just a lazy AH.
The thing is, I need help with moving expenses because I’m already going to do payments for our last months rent that I couldn’t afford. I have to bank off of my savings for a little while so I don’t want to spend everything all at once.
I really would need some money for moving but my mom refuses to give me actual money. She doesn’t mind helping me if I’m home (well she would make my dad) it wouldn’t come out of her own pocket. I understand I’m an adult but I haven’t asked for pretty much anything from them since I left home in 2018.
It’s really frustrating because she spends so much on herself and sees that I’ve been struggling for years. Never offered to help me except for begging me to move back home. If I come back which I am, she wouldn’t help me, my dad would. He’s the one who doesn’t mind giving me money but I don’t like asking him because 1. he would give me everything if he could and 2. my mom always makes me feel bad that they’re really struggling and that he doesn’t have money. When she just got herself a 2022 B class Mercedes. Spends over $500 on spa care and buys new bags and shoes all of the time. Makes him pay for everything because it’s a man’s job to provide for a woman and she only has to be a trophy wife. She doesn’t even cook for the guy and it’s just them two. Like she wants to play the gender roles but doesn’t even do her part when it comes down to it.
Obviously she can do whatever she wants with her money but never once has she specifically offered to help me except for asking me to move back home. Which I get is a lot if they’re not charging me rent but it really would have helped if she could’ve helped me here and there. Especially for moments like this where I need money to move back home. How can I talk to her and make her understand I need more help that just coming back home?
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2023.03.30 19:43 frzferdinand72 An observation by a Fil-Am (Feel free to disregard)
I don't know how it happened but at the worst possible time I randomly thought of that Jonel Nuezca killing from 2020. Not gonna lie, it still haunts me to this day and it's the reason I'm posting this.
I decided to do some follow-up research into it since then (I'm sure all the follow-up is old news to you), and I found out that, not only did he get a motorcade funeral, the victims' family had already forgiven him for that, and that right there I feel is a huge problem in the Philippines.
Filipinos, to me, are too forgiving. Or perhaps, they forgive too much at the cost of accountability. If my ulo got mainit and, egged on by my daughter ("MY DADDY IS A POLICEMAN"), I just shoot you and your son point blank in the head in the heat of the moment, why should you forgive me, even after I die?
I understand that, for better or for worse, the Catholic culture is strong there (as it is here) but it seems to be twisted in a way that holds nobody accountable because "forgiveness". Thoughts?
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2023.03.30 19:43 UnderstatedEssence Dad crushed by a house-sized slab of concrete.
I was standing in front of two giant gray slabs of concrete, probably 100 feet wide. The lower slab was sitting at about chest height, and the other was much taller and raised above it, with enough of a gap for a person to stand. The upper slab was incredibly huge and tall, stretching up into the sky as far as I could see. We were on some sort of construction site. My dad was standing in the gap, working on something.
I noticed the supports for the upper slab starting to give way, so I told my dad he needed to get out of there. He said something about how he works around this kind of stuff all the time, and it'd be fine. Suddenly, the supports gave out enough for the gap to reduce to only a couple feet. My dad was laying down in the space, while I screamed at him to get out. I put my arm in the gap, somehow thinking I could support it enough to give my dad time to scoot to the edge. Suddenly again, the gap reduced and my arm was being crushed. I yanked my arm out and the gap closed completely.
I wandered away in shock, knowing my dad was just crushed between two giant slabs of concrete, and went about my dream-day with that fact in the back of my mind.
Makes me wonder IRL if my dad's stubbornness will kill him someday.
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2023.03.30 19:42 Tuetenflieger First Majestics
First Majestic Announces Closing Sale of La Guitarra to Sierra Madre DOWNLOAD SHARE Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - March 30, 2023) - First Majestic Silver Corp. (NYSE: AG) (TSX: FR) (FSE: FMV) (the "Company" or "First Majestic") is pleased to announce that it has closed its previously announced transaction to sell its 100% owned past producing La Guitarra Silver Mine to Sierra Madre Gold & Silver Ltd. ("Sierra Madre") (TSXV: SM) following the receipt of approval from the Comisión Federal de Competencia Económica (COFECE) and the TSX Venture Exchange as well as the completion of other customary closing conditions. In consideration of the sale, First Majestic received 69,063,076 shares of Sierra Madre at a deemed price of CDN$0.65 per share for an approximate value of CDN$44.9 million or US$35.0 million.
The following disclosure is being provided under the early warning provisions of Canadian securities legislation.
Following the closing of the transaction which occurred yesterday, First Majestic now holds 69,063,076 shares of Sierra Madre or approximately 48.4% of Sierra Madre's issued and outstanding common shares. Prior to completion of the transaction, First Majestic did not hold any securities of Sierra Madre. The common shares were received as consideration for the sale of the La Guitarra Silver Mine.
The common shares of Sierra Madre were acquired by First Majestic for general investment purposes. Depending on various factors, including, without limitation, market conditions, general economic and industry conditions and/or any other factors that First Majestic may deem relevant, First Majestic may take such actions with respect to their investment in Sierra Madre as it deems appropriate including, without limitation, acquiring, selling or distributing the common shares to shareholders of First Majestic or otherwise disposing of securities of Sierra Madre from time to time.
First Majestic has been granted participation rights to maintain its pro-rata interest in Sierra Madre (to a maximum of 19.9%) in any future equity issuances of Sierra Madre, subject to customary exceptions.
The common shares held by First Majestic are subject to the following contractual resale restrictions, in addition to applicable securities laws resale restrictions and TSX Venture Exchange escrow policies.
Proportion of Total Common Shares to be Released September 29, 2023 25% March 29, 2024 25% September 29, 2024 25% March 29, 2025 25%
Under the terms of the agreement with Sierra Madre, First Majestic may distribute all common shares in excess of 19.9% of the issued and outstanding Sierra Madre common shares pro-rata to First Majestic's shareholders (the "Excess Shares"). The contractual resale restrictions above will not apply to the Excess Shares and are subject to customary carve-outs in the event of a takeover bid or merger or acquisition transaction involving the common shares.
Sierra Madre is located at Suite 300-1455 Bellevue Avenue, West Vancouver, British Columbia V7T 1C3. First Majestic is located at 1800-925 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6C 3L2. A copy of the Early Warning Report will be made available on First Majestic's SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com
and may also be obtained by contacting Sophie Hsia, First Majestic's General Counsel, at 1.866.529.2807.
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Keith Neumeyer, President & CEO
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2023.03.30 19:42 HexavalentChromium T-bar and ag wire fence costs these days? 5' wire fence, straight run, 200'.
Have any of you got quotes on agricultural wire (2x4 14g galvanized wire or similar) with metal T-posts? 5' wire?
Is $6/lf installed in the ballpark for acceptable pricing?
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2023.03.30 19:42 Slow-Doctor9227 My 19 month old daughter has probably slept through the night 3 times
My wife and I are tired. Constant night whining, waking up every few hours asking for water. She only naps once a day for around 1 hour and 30 minutes. Normal wake windows of 5 hours. Baby number 2 is due at the end of this year and im starting to think something is seriously wrong with my daughter. When should we be concerned ?
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2023.03.30 19:42 gman94024 Thoughts on the Robert Vesco arc (as of S10E5)
The standard Blacklist approach to plot would seem to imply that what is being shown on screen (Vesco working with Wujing) is exactly the opposite of what is really going on (Vesco and Red have moved to a new, trusting place in their relationship).
The continued refrain of "what's your angle?" which never appeared to have any other motive, Vesco showing compassion for Bostwick's daughter and not running off with his full share of her money, the not-shown confrontation scene with Red about the task force - all very familiar for the show's approach.
They usually don't let these misdirections last too long but this may be one they let play out a bit longer (though I'd guess only a few episodes at most). Ray now has his man on the inside of Wujing's plot who will, on screen, likely continue to appear to have been turned while still Reddington remains one step ahead at all times.
Will we get the standard "everyone Reddington cares about and brings into his world suffers" line with Vesco as well? Does Vesco serve as the trigger man, taking out Wujing before succumbing to his fate? Is this the message that finally demonstrates to Red that he needs to stay out of Agnes' life for her own good?
Bringing in an actor like Stacy Keach for a one-shot bit is one thing, but committing to him for a number of plot-centric show elements feels like it has to go to the core of Red's character rather than just be a standard turncoat story.
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2023.03.30 19:42 rustic_mainframe 2meirl4meirl
2023.03.30 19:41 pelamsli Suzume no Tojimari: A Touching Story of Love and Loss
Suzume no Tojimari is a Japanese movie that tells a touching story of love and loss. Released in 2021, the film follows the life of Suzume, a young girl who struggles to come to terms with the death of her father. Throughout the movie, we see Suzume's journey as she learns to cope with her loss and finds solace in unexpected places.
The film is directed by Katsuo Fukuzawa and stars Kanna Hashimoto as Suzume. Hashimoto delivers an exceptional performance as Suzume, capturing the character's vulnerability, pain, and growth throughout the movie. The supporting cast also shines, with each actor bringing depth and nuance to their roles.
One of the standout aspects of Suzume no Tojimari is its beautiful cinematography. The film takes place in a small coastal town in Japan, and the stunning landscapes and seascapes are captured perfectly on camera. The natural beauty of the setting serves as a stark contrast to Suzume's inner turmoil, highlighting the beauty and pain that can exist simultaneously.
The movie's plot is relatively simple, but it's the depth of emotion and character development that make it such a compelling watch. We follow Suzume as she struggles to come to terms with her father's death and the impact it has on her life. As she begins to confront her grief, she finds solace in her father's diary and the memories he left behind.
Throughout the film, we see Suzume grow and mature, learning to let go of her pain and embrace the beauty of life. We also see her form new relationships and strengthen existing ones, demonstrating the importance of connection and support during times of hardship.
One of the most powerful themes of the film is the importance of family. Suzume's father may no longer be physically present, but his memory and love live on through his daughter. We also see the importance of extended family, as Suzume finds support and comfort in her grandmother and uncle.
Another significant theme of the movie is the healing power of nature. The beautiful coastal setting serves as a refuge for Suzume, allowing her to find peace and solace in the midst of her pain. The film also highlights the importance of environmental conservation and the impact humans can have on the natural world.
Overall, Suzume no Tojimari is a beautiful and poignant movie that will touch the hearts of anyone who watches it. The film explores themes of love, loss, family, and the healing power of nature, delivering a powerful message about the importance of finding hope and beauty in the midst of hardship. With exceptional performances, stunning cinematography, and a compelling story, Suzume no Tojimari is a must-watch for anyone who loves Japanese cinema and heartfelt storytelling.
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2023.03.30 19:41 Calpert411 Does my work experience and education help in pursuing ID as a career? (Asking for opinions)
Apologies to my fellow ADHDer's out there for this will be a long post.
Some background information on me: I graduated college in 2013 with a degree in Marketing Communications and a concentration in Advertising in hopes of becoming a Copywriter. Turns out it wasn't something I was super passionate about and wasn't able to do internships at an advertising agency while I was in college and that's usually how people in advertising get the jobs.
So right after college, I moved to Florida and did the Disney World College Program. I worked retail since I had been working for three years in a candy store (no, I didn't work at the candy store at Disney). I then was hired full time to work in attractions.
Needless to say, Disney's customer service is the best of the best. After working there for two years, I got hired on the spot to work at Starbucks where I was first a barista, then a trainer, then a shift supervisor. Because of my experience at Disney and Starbucks, plus my ability to communicate with people, I can pretty much land any customer support job. I then worked at Grubhub in the call center which gave me experience speaking on the phone to customers and restaurants and then I became the second customer service rep hired at a startup subscription men's skin care company where I mostly took emails and chats.
After being at that company for over two years, I wanted a change. I applied for a teaching program, but was rejected after going through the full application and interview process. Then a couple months the pandemic started, so I'm guessing there would have been a halt on the teaching, but the company I worked for decided to let me go, which in the end was a good thing because it was a bit of a toxic, sexist environment. But I was very depressed and didn't know what to do with my life. I felt like I would never get out of customer service jobs. Then a friend told me about how she did a full stack web development bootcamp and was making great money so I decided to do it. It was incredibly stressful and exhausting and I had to get extra tutoring (I was able to let them know I had ADHD and needed some extra help and actually the woman who tutored ma has now become a good friend of mine!). I wanted to quit, but they would not refund the money (which my mom and step dad graciously paid for) Since it was a pass/fail course, if I was going to pay I was going to get that certificate and I did. We had team projects and I ended up being a sort of project manager. I love organizing notes and writing so I was in charge of creating the materials to present the apps we made to our class.
I was working on my portfolio and getting career counseling which was provided with the course, but still didn't think I would be good enough at it. I was making unemployment so I wasn't in a huge rush to find a job.
Then a few months later, my father got COVID, was hospitalized, in a coma for about two weeks and then passed away. It was all very sudden and obviously my motivation to find a job shrunk even more.
A few months after my father's passing, I decided to try to get back into finding a job and was told by the counselor that I would be good for a tech support job if I didn't feel comfortable enough doing coding. I applied for one job and got rejected but then just a couple weeks later I was reached out by a recruiter on Linkedin for a Product Support position for a tech company. After a few interviews, I got the job and it is the best company and support job I've ever had. I do emails, chats, and phones and I have mastered the platform and am one of the top performers on my team. And even though I don't do coding, we do help users with their plugins and I am now able to usually look at the code and can see what's wrong.
A lot of people at the company move up or join a different team so I was interested in seeing if I was qualified for any other positions. The manager meets with us once a week and we talk about our career paths. I realized my strengths were communication, customer focusing, training/explaining and helping. I am able to take the complicated sounding tech issues and explain them in a clear and concise way to my customers and they greatly appreciate it. I even created a Confluence page for my role with all of the things I needed to know and had it organized with headers, colors, images, tables, etc. because the company has a Confluence page, but it was a mess and nothing was organized properly (thanks, ADHD). I showed it to some of my coworkers and managers/leads and they were all super impressed! I shared it for everyone on my team to use.
So with all of that in mind, I was trying to think of what I could do that would be different, a little more technical, and that in the end would make more money. I thought about pursuing UX design, but was told that if I'm not very comfortable coding, it wouldn't be a good fit. I thought it would be because after 10+ years of customer facing roles, I know what people want and need in products.
Fast forward to last night: my cousin and I decided to Facetime because we live in different states and hadn't seen each other in a while. I knew she was a 3rd grade teacher for the last 10ish years but heard she was no longer teaching. She told me she was now an Instructional Designer and when she explained what it was, a lightbulb went on in my head. This is what I thought of when I heard UX designer, but it's more writing and explaining than actual coding (my cousin admitted she barely knows HTML). I also LOVE writing and am trying to write a novel at the moment.
Although I have never been a teacher, which are usually the people who move to ID, I feel like this would be an absolutely ideal job for me. Part of me of course is afraid I'll end of failing, but the other part feels like this is what I have been searching for for the last few years!
I keep hearing mixed things about certificates vs masters degrees. My cousin did the IDOL courses and she actually gave me her log in. I also don't exactly have the money to pay for a course at the moment, but I am going to bring it up with my manager and have heard that my company has paid for certificates in the past.
So people of Reddit, even though I have never been a teacher and do not have a masters, do you think as long as I do my own studying and develop a decent portfolio that this would be a good fit for me?
Thank you for your time!
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2023.03.30 19:41 throaway99292929 I want to binge/purge after restricting for weeks but I can't get the house to myself lol
When I was a teen, I would purge anywhere I could. Outside, in public bathrooms, and I had no shame binging and purging at home. I was good at it, good at covering it up, and nobody suspected me for years.
I'm a 20 y/o (F) now and I live with my BF and his dad. I'm relapsing and have been restricting for months now. I have been dreaming about bingeing for weeks, but I'm paranoid that they will hear me throwing up. Its a small house, walls are thin, and the bathroom is right by his dad's room. My BF knows about my eating disorder but not the binge/purge part, I'm super ashamed of that part and so I don't want anyone to catch me.
I'm also terrified of not being able to finish purging and have to sit with my full stomach, its the worst feeling! I'm trying to be patient and wait for the perfect time to do it.
His dad works from home but is leaving soon for a work trip. Im so excited because that means when my bf works at night, I'll finally have the house to myself. I feel so guilty for thinking this way bc I love my bf but I dont want him to know this side of me.
sry I just needed to rant I guess. Hope everyone is doing ok:)
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