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2023.03.30 13:36 BaconIsLife707 Post MCC29 Power Rankings!

Post MCC29 Power Rankings!
These power rankings aim to offer an alternative scoring system for mcc which limits the impact of team performance on individual performance as well as balancing the fact that different games are worth different amount to individual scores. They are worked on by myself, u/Awesome512345, u/Anuj_agarwal_78, and u/NoticeMeUNiVeRsE.
We've made the decision to remove build mart from the overall rankings as the game hasn't been played in so long and seems to be pretty much confirmed inactive at this point (ok i know it was just announced 4 times for Scuffed but that doesn't count, it'll be included again if it's played in canon again)
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1aPTl9biMOVKqhbEcdFEtK9N_93KmiaMIpjpB2oaWQXM/edit#gid=196065919
- full spreadsheet if you want to have a look in more detail

Game by Game Leaderboards


pvp

movement 1

movement 2

team

Top Players by Category


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Overall Power Rankings


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Conclusion

I hope you enjoyed the power rankings! Feel free to ask why any player is ranked as they are in specific games and we'll search the spreadsheet to find the source of how or why they placed as they did, and if you have a suggestion of a more fair and representative ranking system we'd love to hear it! This post takes us literal days to do so if you found it interesting feel free to upvote it and comment anything you found interesting!
The managing, updating and analysis of the power rankings are worked on by u/Anuj_agarwal_78, u/Awesome512345, u/NoticeMeUNiVeRsE and myself. If you're interested you can see the other power ranking related posts for past MCCs with the links below, or if you want to have a closer look at the full spreadsheet that's here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1aPTl9biMOVKqhbEcdFEtK9N_93KmiaMIpjpB2oaWQXM/edit?usp=sharing
Top 10 Power Rankings in each MCC MCC29 MCC28 MCC27 MCC26 MCC25 MCC24 MCC23 MCCP21 MCCP22 MCC22 MCC21 MCC20 MCC19 MCCAS MCC18 MCC17 MCC16 MCC15
Overall Power Rankings after each MCC MCC26 MCC25 MCC24 MCC23 MCC22 MCC21 MCC20 MCC19 MCC18 MCC17 MCC16 (+tierlist) MCC15 MCC14 Season 1
MCC Power Ranking Predictions + Analysis MCC29 MCC28 MCC26 MCC25 MCC24 MCC23 MCC Pride 22 MCC20 MCC19 MCCAS
Other SG Damage SB Damage Best players of Season 2 so far Power Rankings Ranking Systems Update (December) MCC Elevator Podcast Luck-adjusted Sky Battle Scoring Update Season 2 PVP Awards Season 2 Movement Awards Season 2 Team Game Awards Season 2 Overall Awards
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2023.03.30 13:36 FishRevolutionary960 I'm 27 years old, make $66,800, live in a large midwest city, and this is a one year update.

This is a follow up diary from last year.
Some updates since last year: A merger at the toxic company was announced literally days after my diary and I was asked to stay. I gave it a shot since I was still looking for another job and it became much less toxic. M's manager was fired almost immediately, along with a slew of other people who didn't fit into the modern (or any) workplace. My manager resigned after I dropped the rope of doing his work and people started to ask him questions. I was also able to get a $20K raise and there is a potential for even more this year. There are still some processes that are being created / rebuilt and that shows in this diary but it's getting better every day. I maxed out my Roth IRA for 2022 and I'm on track to do it again this year. I'm out of the near-permanent credit card debt cycle. I found a great therapist. I left the country for the first time in my life. I built up my savings and started saving for a house (maybe).
Pronouns: They / Them

Section One: Assets and Debt

Retirement Balance: $27,917.16
401K: $16,423.98
Roth IRA: $7,410.31
Other Investments: $4,082.87
Savings Account Balance: $14,304.80
Sinking Fund: $3,753.75
Housing Fund: $4,536.44
Emergency Fund: $6,014.61
Checking Account Balance: $2,904.19
Credit Card Debt: $0. I use the cards like debit and pay my balance every week.
Student Loan Debt: $9,388.57
Car Loan Debt: $24,846.25

Section Two: Income

Income Progression: See my last Money Diary for the full progression.
Main Job Monthly Take Home: $3,382.76 post-tax/deductions
Taxes: $885.88
Retirement: $618
Dental and Vision Insurance: $0
Health Insurance: $142.08
HSA Contribution: $142.08
Side Gig Monthly Take Home: I make roughly $500 to $1000 a year from random freelance work

Section Three: Expenses

Rent: $0, my partner owns our condo
Retirement Contribution: $450+ into a Roth IRA, if I’m under budget for the month, I throw anything extra in here
Savings Contribution: $950+
Emergency Fund: $200
Housing Fund: $750, I’m currently rethinking if I even want this / what I should do instead. My state is being extremely hostile to (trying to take away healthcare from) trans people like A. and myself so that fund might be a Get Outta Dodge fund.
Sinking Fund: $25+, changes every month based on if I’ve met my goals for those funds.
Investment Contribution: $100
Student Loan Payments: $120, currently paused
Car Loan Payments: $487.00
Car Insurance: $91.33
Donations: $30+
Cellphone: $25
Gym membership: $188.00 total
Peloton Subscription: $44
Local Gym: $144 for 8 classes/month
Regular Therapy: $236

Section Four: Money Diary

Day 1
5:30 am - Alarm goes off. I make coffee from a local roaster and put on the LPN Deep Dives: ACOTAR podcast. I queue up a 20 min Peloton yoga class and follow it up with a 5 min morning meditation. I prep our stuff for a short hike and play Stardew Valley until it’s time to go to the DMV.
8:45 am - I’m first in line at the DMV to renew my license and I’m out in 15 minutes - bonus points for hamming it up and getting the woman behind the counter to laugh. ($28.81)
9:30 am - I make A. her morning cup of tea (yerba mate), turn on the latest spring Chillhop playlist, prep two bowls of chocolate chip cookie protein overnight oats, and feed F., our cat.
10:45 am - Out the door and on the road. Once we’re at the nature reserve, we take a beautiful trail that leads down to a river and up to a bluff overlook. While it’s still early spring, some wildflowers are blooming. It's free since my in-laws gifted us a membership at Christmas.
2:00 pm - After 5 miles, we call it for the day and head back home to a local deli. We order two of our favorite Italian sandwiches, a small latte for me, and a large tea for A.. We eat at home while we watch a free movie. ($43.62, includes a 30% tip)
6:30 pm - We start making gyros with homemade tzatziki for dinner. A. is on meats and pita, I’m on topping and sauces duty. We still cook together almost every night and it makes me so happy.
7:30 pm - We eat while watching the sequel to the first movie. We pause half-way through for a bit of the ice cream cake A. gave me for my sobriety birthday. It’s from a local shop and made with vanilla chocolate-covered pretzel ice cream and salted peanut butter brownies. It’s going to take us a week to finish but I adore it.
9:30 pm - Time for bed. A. and I cuddle with F. until I doze off.
Daily Total: $72.43
Day 2
5:30 am - Another day, another 20 min Peloton yoga class. I brew a pot of coffee and put on an episode of the Nutrition for Mortals podcast.
8:30 am - I snuggle with A. until she wakes up. I make her tea (Moroccan mint with a local lemon-infused honey) and put on another playlist while she feeds F.. We spend an hour snuggling on the couch ‘waking up’.
10:30 am - We get to the park where we check in for a coffee crawl that spans the downtown area of our little community. It’s a cold morning so between stops we hang out at a bookstore that’s warm and play with shop cats. We end up checking-in to all but two locations: a brewery and a location serving cold brew. The tickets were A.’s treat.
1:30 pm - A. gets a text from our friend B. asking for help with a crashing hard drive. A. drops me off at home and heads over to his apartment to rescue what she can. I pick away at some weekend chores and wrap up some freelance work I recently took on.
5:30 pm - A. returns home unsuccessful. We turn on an episode of The Dollop podcast while making Okonomiyaki. We share the shredding but A. takes on the frying and I’m on topping duty. We fire up an episode of a show we’re watching while we eat.
8:00 pm - I check my inbox and see that the edits I sent to my freelance client are approved. I invoice her for $660. I opened an email about summer pottery class openings. I’ve been trying to get into this specific 7-session class for two years and I immediately book. My heart sinks immediately but I’m calling this my birthday present and it’s covered by my Rainy Day / Treats sinking fund. ($187.00)
9:30 pm - After A. logs off of the latest video game she’s playing with friends, we catch up and get ready for bed. She rubs my back until I fall asleep.
Daily Total: $187.00
Day 3
4:45 am - I roll out of bed and onto my Peloton for a 20 min Mount Rainier scenic ride. I’m usually a class person but I haven’t been feeling it this month. I brew some coffee, put on an episode of the Today Explained podcast, and putz around on my phone until I have to get ready for work. I kiss A. goodbye and I’m out the door.
7:00 am - Clock in, settle in, and write my tasks for the day. My direct report, H., messages me saying she needs a PTO day so I cancel our check-in meeting and shoot a note to HR. Today is meeting heavy with weekly meetings for both domestic and international product development and my 1:1 with the new CEO.
12:00 pm - Reheat Italian Wedding Risotto leftovers and write some of this Diary at my desk. Lunch gets interrupted by our warranty lead wanting to review some items on the corporate website.
4:30 pm - Time to call it a day. I stop at a gas station on my way home. ($32.47)
5:00 pm - I catch up with A. before heading back out for my post-work half mile walk. B. sends me an invite to a queer and sober event and we text about future hikes.
7:00 pm - I jump on my virtual therapy call. I love my therapist but this session feels like trying to crawl through mud. I’m disappointed and frustrated with myself but A. calls me to dinner (One-Pan Miso Butter Chicken & Cabbage) before I can wallow too hard.
9:00 pm - We pause an episode of the show we’re watching and grab another slice of ice cream cake. Once the episode ends, I head to bed.
Daily Total: $32.47
Day 4
4:30 am - I brew some coffee, put on an episode of the You’re Wrong About podcast, queue up a quick 10 min arm workout, and putz around on my phone until I have to get ready for work. I kiss A. goodbye and I’m out the door.
6:50 am - I have a few projects to wrap up plus two interviews I’m leading to help fill out our department. I’m excited but I see red flags galore over the CEO’s top pick - I’m going to completely restructure my planned questions for the interviews and double down on the collaboration and leadership aspects of the position.
12:00 pm - One interview down, one more to go! Reheat some Goong Pad Nam Prik Pao leftovers and chill out at my desk. I call it short to prepare for the second interview.
3:30 pm - The candidate with red flags only raised more red flags. Shocker. I check in with HR to make 100% sure my recommendation and notes read as unbiased and send it off for the CEO to review. Check in with H. on her projects. She and I have been crushing it since my previous manager (my manager in my previous MD) left. I round out the day by crossing off all but one of the projects from my list.
5:00 pm - Run home to A. so we can kiss before she has to head to an orientation / happy hour for her new job and I skedaddle to a heavily discounted yoga class I impulse-booked weeks ago.
7:00 pm - That was the most intense Slow Flow I’ve ever participated in. I almost domino-ed a row of people but thankfully I had a wall spot and could stabilize myself. I whip up a quick dinner of Gochujang-Sesame Noodles for us. I cry and sweat through my helping while catching up on shows I’m not allowed to watch when A. is home.
9:00 pm - I fall asleep on the couch with F. and get woken up by A. coming home. I migrate to the bedroom and A. rubs my back until I fall asleep.
Daily Total: $0
Day 5
4:45 am - I roll out of bed and wiggle into my standard gym fit. I throw back my pre-workout drink, put on an episode of the Oh No, Ross and Carrie podcast, kiss A. goodbye, and head to the gym.
6:00 am - I added weight and reps to every movement this session so that feels amazing but I need to get better at my note taking. March is always a weird, stressful month for me and that was one of the habits that definitely fell off.
7:00 am - Clock in, settle in, and start putting out today’s fires. I won’t be able to get everything done today but I’m going to be able to meet everyone’s needs. And that’s all I can do. I check in with the CEO and schedule a follow up interview for the first candidate!
11:30 am - More reheated One-Pan Miso Butter Chicken & Cabbage leftovers at my desk. I take the full hour to zone out on YouTube. There are probably better ways to use this hour but my brain hurts.
4:00 pm - I have one more fire to put out before I can go home.
5:00 pm - A. joins me on my post-work half mile walk and we catch up with each other. Once we’re back inside, we put on a record and start making Gumbo. I whip up a batch of Fufu to serve on the side, untraditional but it’s a perfect side-carb.
7:30 pm - A. and I repeat our nightly routine of half-cuddling, half-eating on the couch while we watch our show.
9:30 pm - Time for bed. A. and I cuddle until I’m asleep.
Daily Total: $0
Day 6
4:45 am - I hop onto my Peloton for a 30 min scenic ride around Haleakalā National Park. Coffee, Maintenance Phase podcast, and kiss A. goodbye.
6:50 am - My entire commute faces the sun post daylight savings time and, since I can only wear glasses, it’s awful. Prescription sunglasses have been on my “want it but can’t have it” list for as long as I can remember. I can afford prescription sunglasses now. I make a mental note for my therapist and once I’m in the office parking lot, I grab the pair that’s been sitting in my excel sheet for at least two years and finally add to cart. ($48.42)
7:30 am - After getting emails squared away, I grab a bagel and break room coffee with one of my favorite coworkers who is retiring this month. He and I usually are the only people in the building at this hour and I’ll miss my AM buddy. We chat about life before everyone else gets in for the day and I have to spend an entire day on some tedious image editing.
12:00 pm - Gumbo leftovers at my desk and I once again take the full hour. This is decadence.
1:00 pm - Check in with H.- it’s a nice relief from Photoshop. She’s having some issues with a project and we share a screen for an hour while I teach her some tools that could help cut down on time and frustration.
5:00 pm - A. joins me on my post-work half mile walk again. We chat about her new job and this Money Diary. Once we get back in the house, we putz around on our phones until we make Asian-Style Ground Beef Cabbage Wraps for dinner.
7:30 pm - Same night routine until I head to bed.
Daily Total: $48.42
Day 7
4:45 am - I roll out of bed, drink some pre-workout, put on an episode of the Last Podcast on the Left, kiss A. goodbye, and head to the gym.
6:00 am - I once again add weight/reps to every movement and I once again don’t take decent notes. I’m the problem.
7:00 am - Today was supposed to be chill but it seems like everyone has a last minute emergency that I need to pull out of thin air. I make a new pot of coffee in the break room and get into it.
12:00 pm - More gumbo leftovers at my desk. I text A. a reminder to start the Crockpot for dinner. We’re going to have another day this week where we’re passing ships so she handles dinner while she works virtually. More fires until the end of the day but it's manageable.
5:00 pm - I catch A. before she has to head to her TA side hustle. I skip the post-work walk and finish cooking the Slow-Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala Meatballs. I eat dinner while watching another show A. doesn’t like and cuddling with F..
7:00 pm - I throw my plants in the bathtub for watering and queue up a 20 min Peloton yoga class before another episode. I grab a slice of ice cream cake and drift off waiting for A. to come home.
9:00 pm - A. is home and I am happy. We curl up in bed while she tells me all about her day and I fall asleep for the night.
Daily Total: $0

Weekly Total: $340.32

Food + Drink: $43.62
Fun / Entertainment: $187.00
Home + Health: $48.42
Clothes + Beauty: $0
Transport: $32.47
Other: $28.81
I feel much calmer in this diary. So much has changed in a year. I'm still getting used to not constantly being worried about money / letting myself have treats within my budget without feeling bad or like I didn't work as hard for them. It's a work in progress.
Note: Since A. and I meal plan every two weeks, we didn't buy any groceries this week - but we each spend $250 - $300 on groceries per month with 1-2 meals eaten out.
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2023.03.30 13:35 quazysoto Exercise with 2 year old and newborn?

Good morning exercising dads,
How the hell do you guys get a pump in anymore?
I have a 2 1/2 year old son and another one due in July.
I have been struggling to exercise since my son got big enough to get out of his bouncer.
I normally wake up around 5:30 but 9/10 times little guy gets up as well. I simply can't get him to stay away from me when I'm trying to lift and I'm not gonna risk dropping something on him.
I could try to do PM workouts after he goes to bed but by then I'm gassed for the day. Or I am just being a little weak, power through and get that PM workout in.
Any tips or recommendations appreciated!
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2023.03.30 13:34 adricll Close to giving up because I can’t find a job

It’s been one year of unemployment for it. I bought an online course to learn how to act on interviews and how to make my resume and yet nothing has happened, I’ll admit that the course is the only reason why I get interviews but that’s it, never an offer.
I am extremely fucking tried of this shit, it’s been a whole year. I’m fucking tired of everyone moving on and having a fantastic fucking life while I am left behind struggling, because yes, EVERYONE I KNOW IS HAVING A FUN TIME. Good jobs, money, good friends, or a good partner. You name it and they have it. They all buy the things I want, go on the trips I want to take and I’m left behind because I can’t fucking find a job.
I have a plan already, I’d cut my veins at night so when someone finds me it’ll be the morning and it’ll be too late to do anything. I’ve never had a plan to commit suicide before but now I do. Because I don’t wanna live through this anymore.
So many times I have remain hopeful thinking that this situation won’t be the same forever, and yet here I am one year later in the same position. I just can’t do it anymore. I don’t want to talk to anyone, I don’t wanna go out. All I want to do is sleep.
And the worse part is that I would love to be able to talk to a therapist but I don’t have any money to go to one. I’m just stuck with watching the days go by repeating the same old shit. My life literally hasn’t changed in all these years. I have the same life 10 years ago when I was 14. I’m just tired
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2023.03.30 13:34 Weird_Huckleberry762 Male Hormonal Acne - Omega 3 and Vitamin D

I've made a post before on Male Hormonal Acne and finding something that worked for me. I am writing a new one as that method started becoming less effective as a permanent fix, however it is still really good and I would recommend checking that post out if you're a male and struggling with hormonal acne. If you're female, feel free to try it as well as I can only assume it works for everyone, I'm just giving my feedback from a male perspective.
My hormonal acne recently has been pretty bad and because of my skin type, my acne always leaves behind post inflammatory hyperpigmentation, regardless of whether the skins gets damaged from eventually popping it or whether I just leave it, so its quite frustrating.
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Anyway, I came across a few Reddit posts claiming Omega3 and VitaminD Deficiencies cause hormonal imbalances and after some further research I found a lot of supporting information on this. It also made sense that this could be the case for me as I work from home and live in England so rarely get any sun exposure, especially during the winter months. I also rarely eat sea food so my body couldnt be getting too much Omega3.
I've since started taking one Omega3 supplement a day (1000MG) and two VitaminD supplements (1000mg) one in the morning and one in the evening. Omega3 is really good for controlling and minimising inflammatory response in the body and regulating blood sugar levels, two of the main causes of acne. I'll be honest, I'm not sure what taking VitaminD does but there has been many studies showing people with hormonal acne had a deficiency in VitaminD so there is likely a correlation.
It's been over a week since I started taking these and its working really well so far, I have clear skin and no new hormonal or cystic acne coming up on my face. If I notice anything forming, In the evening I will take two Licorice supplements and a Picolinate Zinc tablet and that usually gets rid of anything (see previous post on my page for more info on this)
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2023.03.30 13:33 adricll Close to giving up because I can’t find a job

It’s been one year of unemployment for it. I bought an online course to learn how to act on interviews and how to make my resume and yet nothing has happened, I’ll admit that the course is the only reason why I get interviews but that’s it, never an offer.
I am extremely fucking tried of this shit, it’s been a whole year. I’m fucking tired of everyone moving on and having a fantastic fucking life while I am left behind struggling, because yes, EVERYONE I KNOW IS HAVING A FUN TIME. Good jobs, money, good friends, or a good partner. You name it and they have it. They all buy the things I want, go on the trips I want to take and I’m left behind because I can’t fucking find a job.
I have a plan already, I’d cut my veins at night so when someone finds me it’ll be the morning and it’ll be too late to do anything. I’ve never had a plan to commit suicide before but now I do. Because I don’t wanna live through this anymore.
So many times I have remain hopeful thinking that this situation won’t be the same forever, and yet here I am one year later in the same position. I just can’t do it anymore. I don’t want to talk to anyone, I don’t wanna go out. All I want to do is sleep.
And the worse part is that I would love to be able to talk to a therapist but I don’t have any money to go to one. I’m just stuck with watching the days go by repeating the same old shit. My life literally hasn’t changed in all these years. I have the same life 10 years ago when I was 14. I’m just tired
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2023.03.30 13:33 aguywhocantgoout I'm a teenage bisexual Father who's inlove with my straight best friend

I bisexual M(19) father of my 4months old son, inlove with my straight best friend M(19). it all started when we were grade 10 or 4th year highschool. My best friend and I were classmates since grade 7 and he also lives in our neighborhood, we weren't even close back then until we became grade 10 that's when we became best friends. My borring stay at home introvert life changed, I finally have someone to talk to about any topic, someone who will go out with me when I want to buy something, someone I can talk to in person day or night, we never run out of topic or happenings to tell each other, we were always so happy. He's the one who gave life in my borring highschool life.
I know it's bad influence but he's the reason I learned how to drink alcohol and having barkada(group of friends can be bad influence or good parents in the Philippines hates those kind of friends). And I don't care I'm enjoying my life so much more than my borring grade 1-9.... It was his friends birthday and he invited me to join, whilst i was there he always ask me "okay ka lang(are you okay)"? And he always checks on me to see if I'm being out of placed and even though those room is full of his friends he chooses to talk with me, he is always so concerned. And when his barkada(friends) ask me to take a shot, he told them not give me the drink because he knows I don't drink, but of course it's a teenage bday party so his friends insisted so I ended up taking the shot (It was my first time to taste alcohol)... While enjoying the party he always ask me if I'm still okay, or if I can still drink/walk. He even told me to insist not taking another shot. Then the party ends and he supports me walking home while my arms are in his shoulders, I've never felt happier.
Then months after that I've got my first Girlfriend my seatmate. We lasted for 2 months and nothing special Happened. Then 2 months after our breaking up he met my Ex's best friend and he courted her. So they got in a relationship, I didn't care back then because I didn't understand my feelings for him, I thought its just that he's a very fun best friend. He was jealous of me because I'm very close to her Girlfriend so he stop talking with me. After 3 months since their 11 months relationship ends, We came back to normal. We hang out every night or after school. It is always so much fun for me.
Summer came after the end of grade 10. A girl keeps on chatting with me, she was so persistent and also very beautiful, so I fell for her. After 3 months of chatting and ghosting. We became official she became my Girlfriend F(20). Our time together was the best we do what couples normally do, then after 8 months of unprotected pull outs, we accidentally became pregnant, though we didn't want the baby and I opened her to the topic of abortion, she got mad she was a very religious woman and I'm a very open man. Also in our country it's illegal to have an abortion, even when it's caused by rape it's still illegal. Anyways I stopped studying grade 12 and work for my family my baby. And our baby was born, I love my son so much and would give him anything in my can. He's the cutest little chubby circle faced baby ever. Now he's 4 months old and My girlfriend and I broke Up because our relationship is too toxic and the negatives outweighs the positives by 10 to 1. Most of the problems are because of her OVER RELIGIOUS parents, they don't want us to be together and wants us to mary and live on our own, which of my current job i cant afford. And I plan on marriage when I am successful where my partner and I wilk have an easy life. Anyways now that we've broken up I'm giving child support to my baby everything that my baby needs. I still get to see my baby and take care of him every week on my day off.
Whilst i was broken my best friend is always by my side comforting me, we were always together staying up till 11 in my/parents house. Having nonstop conversation and laughter. That's when I have a deep thoughts and realizations. I'm in love with him, with my best friend. And now he keeps on showing mix signals(inconsistently or says one thing but does another about his feelings for me) posting about very relatable relationship topics, now I'm very confused and over thinking if he have feelings for me (because I know he is very straight). He even posted a myday where there is a picture of Alcohol held up in the sky saying "to the person that I love but cannot be". After a couple months of breaking with my ex I actually confess to him that I'm a Bisexual now his the only person who knows about my deepest secret but that's for part 2. That is if someone would ever read this post lol.
Ps. I am like an average straight guy in person on the outside. I am also on the standard of handsome in my country WOW THAT'S BOASTFUL. HAHAHAHHA. I never wear make up or anything and I dressed like a typical straight guy. So I don't know if he ever noticed.
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2023.03.30 13:33 SkiTripsEats 10 Tips for a Safe and Fun Skiing Experience: Expert Advice

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2023.03.30 13:32 KitchenNo5248 CURED IN ITALY

I was treated with 10 days of antibiotics: 3 days of levofloxacin + 7 days of minocycline (minocin)
the swab shows that I still have little lactobacilli despite having used vaginal prebiotics 😑
luckily i have never had severe symptoms like people here, but i immediately noticed that my smell is back to normal! I've been intermittently feeling a "not mine" smell for months, especially during my period I smelled like rotten meat if i smelled the pad. so being asymptomatic who knows how long I've had this bacterium without ever realizing it! I'll do a swab again in a month just to be safe
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2023.03.30 13:32 FloresPodcastCo Guidance for New Podcasters

Here are some tips to help with audience growth while avoiding the mistakes commonly made by hobbyists and new podcasters:
Be consistent! Post on the same day of the week. Communicate with your audience about technical issues and when there will be gaps between regular posting dates.
Start biweekly at first. Many new podcasters try to jump in with a weekly show. It takes a lot of work to do that. Biweekly is far easier to manage while not creating too big of gaps between episodes.
Record several episodes before you start posting - For biweekly productions, have at least six episodes in the bag before you start posting anything. This will allow you to stay ahead of your posting cycles.
Choose a set number of episodes to begin with for your first season. 10-12 episodes of biweekly episodes is a good number for a first season. Once you wrap it, you can determine if you want to do more and/or a weekly podcast.
Keep your episodes under 30 minutes. Pulling off a long-format podcast is a lot of work and most people have a hard time keeping an audience engaged for that long. Shorter episodes will be easier to manage for a number of reasons when you start off.
Do it for fun, not because you expect to get sponsors and millions of downloads. If you're not already famous, have a large social media following, or a big marketing machine behind your podcast, it will take you years to build a dedicated audience. That's not to say it can't happen quickly, but most podcasters will not see that type of audience growth. Because of that, make sure you want to make your podcast because you love doing it.
Use a free hosting service at first. I recommend Acast. Don't use Anchor. Acast has decent stats, whereas Anchor has terrible stats. If your podcast takes off or eventually has a growing audience, then switch to a paid hosting service with deep stats.
Finally, don't break the bank buying equipment. You can start off with a USB dynamic mic and a laptop and have an outstanding podcast. You'll feel a lot better about making your podcast having not spent several hundred dollars on equipment.
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2023.03.30 13:30 Pytine Paul does not represent the views of Jesus

Long post, summary at the end.
John
About two thousand years ago, there was a group in the Jewish holy land. This group called themselves ‘The Way’. They believed in the messiah, a new covenant, and that the kingdom of God was near. They considered the temple in Jerusalem to be corrupt. They performed an immersion ritual for the forgiveness of sins and communal meals. I’m talking of course about the Essenes.
This description also describes the views and practices of John the baptizer. Some scholars think that John was an Essene, but whether he was actually an Essene or not is not too relevant now. John is a major figure in several religions including Islam, Baha’i, Druze and above all Mandaeism, where he is seen as the most important prophet. Of course he also has a role in Christianity, and using several sources I will argue what kind of role that was.
Some scholars of Mandaeism think that Mandaeism traces back all the way to (some of) the disciples of John. Since this is still debated, we can’t really draw any conclusions from it. A major source for the historical John is Josephus. In book 18, chapter 5, paragraph 2 of Antiquities of the Jews he writes about John. This paragraph provides evidence that John was the leader of a large movement, that he was killed by Herod Antipas and that he was baptizing people. This is a great source because it was written by a historian, relatively soon after it happened, and it shows no signs of later interpolation. This source is relatively unbiased, since John had no religious relevance for Josephus himself so there was no incentive to change the story in any way.
Next we have several books from the New Testament. In John 1:35-51, we read that John the baptizer instructs disciples, including Andrew, to follow Jesus. Later in John 3:22-30 we find a story of Jesus and John baptizing together, though more people are baptized by Jesus. Thus Jesus and John are part of the same movement.
In Luke 7:24-30 (attributed to the Q source and thus considered to be a very early textual tradition), we read how Jesus speaks about John. He calls him more than a prophet and says that among those born of a woman no one is greater than John.
In Luke 3:10-14 we find some sayings of John. He calls the people to share their property and feed the poor. It also shows that John accepted tax collectors in his movement. In Luke 11:1 Jesus’ disciples ask him to teach them how to pray like John taught his disciples. Jesus then replies with the Lord’s prayer.
Now let’s turn to the baptism of Jesus. Mark 1:9-11 describes the baptism of Jesus by John without any objections. The author of Matthew copies this story (Matthew 3:13-17), but adds objections from John. In this version, John protests that he is not worthy of baptizing Jesus. In the version in the gospel of Luke (Luke 3:21-22), John is even more marginalized. He is not even mentioned as explicitly baptising Jesus. It says that Jesus had been baptized and that the Holy Spirit descended upon him when he was praying, not during the baptism by John. In the gospel of John, Jesus’ baptism is left out completely. The idea that John had baptized Jesus became so embarrassing that the later gospel authors marginalized John’s role in Jesus’ baptism.
In all gospels we find that John preaches that he baptizes with water, but that someone else will come who will baptize with the Holy Spirit. However, this is contradicted in Acts 19:1-7. There we read that Paul met people who were called disciples and believers. Pauls asked them if they received the Holy Spirit when they became believers, and they answer that they don’t know about the Holy Spirit. Thus the later baptism by the Holy Spirit was not a clear teaching of John, otherwise all of his followers would know about it. This passage is also further evidence for the popularity of John the baptizer. Paul meets his followers all the way in Ephesus, which is far removed from the area where John lived and preached.
We see that some followers of John later became followers of Jesus. John taught similar messages to what Jesus taught and they baptized people together. Jesus spoke very highly of John and was baptized by him. Later Christian authors downplay his role in the baptism of Jesus because of embarrassment. The most reasonable conclusion from this is that Jesus was a disciple of John. Later they were leading the movement together. When John died, some of his disciples followed Jesus, while others continued without Jesus.
Jesus
Like John, Jesus is also mentioned by Josephus. The passage is interpolated by later Christians, but we can still figure out what the original would have said. Additionally, we have an Arabic version without the interpolations. Here on page 16 they are side by side.
John the baptizer started an apocalyptic movement in the first century. When he died, Jesus was the clear leader of the main branch of this movement, although as I mentioned earlier there was at least one other branch by this time. While John was an ascetic or semi-ascetic, Jesus deviated from this (Matthew 11:18-19). But like John, Jesus teaches about giving to the poor. We find this throughout the gospels, for example in Mark 10:21-25, Matthew 5:3, Matthew 6:24, Luke 6:20-26, Luke 12:13-21, Luke 14:12-14, and so on. Voluntary poverty was a key part of the message of Jesus.
An important part of the discussion on Jesus is his views on the law. But before we can understand the views of Jesus, we need to look at the context. Many people today view the Pharisees as legalistic, and that is certainly how they are portrayed in the gospels. In the first century, there were two main schools of thought among the Pharisees. These are called the House of Hillel and the House of Shammai. The House of Shammai was popular among the zealots, and with the tensions between Jews and Romans they were very dominant in the time when the gospels were written. They are very strict and can easily be seen as legalistic.
On the other hand the House of Hillel is rather mild. When asked to explain the whole Torah while standing on one foot, Hillel said: “What is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow: this is the whole Torah; the rest is the explanation; go and learn.” Another maxim attributed to Hillel is: “My humiliation is my exaltation; my exaltation is my humiliation.” These are very similar to Jesus’ teachings in Matthew 7:12 and Matthew 23:12 respectively. These are just some out of many similarities between the views of Hillel and those of Jesus. What is important here is that this is a mild view of the law, but that’s very different from abolishing the law. Rabbinic Judaism today follows the House of Hillel.
With that in mind, we can look at what Jesus said about the law. Jesus is very explicit about keeping the law in Matthew 5:17-20 and Matthew 19:17. We see this in action in places like Mark 2:23-28 or Matthew 12:9-14. Here Jesus shows that he doesn’t abolish the Sabbath, but that it is less important than human wellbeing. In other words, it represents his mild views of the law. He also participates in Jewish holidays like Passover (Luke 22:7-13), Sukkot (John 7:10), and Hanukkah (John 10:22-23). Jesus also observed the Sabbath (Luke 4:16). Thus Jesus lived like the other Jews at his time, and his disciples did the same.
James
After Jesus died, his followers still went to the temple (Acts 2:46, 3:1). Several early sources show that James, the brother of Jesus, became the first leader of the church. Eusebius gives reports of early church fathers who said that James was the first bishop of Jerusalem. Eusebius quotes Clement of Alexandria in book 2, chapter 1, paragraph 3 and Hegesippus in book 2, chapter 23, paragraph 4 of his book Ecclesiastical history. Josephus also reports about him in Antiquities of the Jews book 20, chapter 9, paragraph 1. However, he doesn’t say much about him like he did with John and Jesus. Thus we need to look at other sources to find out more about James.
The Epistle of James is written by a Jewish Christian who viewed James as a high authority. He represents the views of the Jerusalem community. Note that if you hold to traditional authorship, this automatically follows. The epistle mentions Jesus only twice, which is the least amount of any New Testament book. The first time is right in the first sentence, where the author identifies himself as James the servant of both God and Jesus. The epistle has a strong focus on voluntary poverty, giving away to the poor and against being rich (James 1:9-11, 1:27, 2:5, 5:1-6). It also emphasizes keeping the whole law (James 2:8-13). Then it continues about how man is justified by works and not by faith alone and how faith without works is dead (James 2:14-26). It also shows some parallels with the teachings of Jesus in James 4:10 (Matthew 23:12 and the quote from Hillel earlier) and James 4:11-12 (Matthew 7:1).
Another epistle written by Jewish Christians is the Epistle of Jude. The author identifies himself as Jude, servant of Jesus and brother of James. Mentioning both of those names shows that both were seen as important figures in this community. Jude 4 talks about intruders who have perverted the grace of God. This is given as the reason for writing the letter (Jude 3). So who is the author talking about? In verse 8 we see that this group defiles their body, rejects authority and slanders angels. They are worldly people, devoid of the Spirit (Jude 19). The slander against angels can help us identify the group. In Hebrews 1, Colossians 2:18, and 1 Corinthians 6:3 we find statements that could be seen as slander against angels. Thus it is possible that the author of Jude means the Pauline Christians, though it’s not very clear from the text.
Another text from early Christianity is the Didache, written in the first or early second century. It describes how Christians should live. It contains teachings similar to the sermon on the mount and it refers to the Lord’s prayer. It is consistent with the earlier movement on baptism, giving to the poor and keeping the law. Chapters 11-13 describe how apostles and prophets should acts and how they should be received in the wider community. The apostles were mendicants, travelled from place to place and spoke in the Spirit. Jesus is described as the servant of God, but never as the Son of God.
Paul
The next person is Paul. In Galatians he reports that he first persecuted the church (Galatians 1:13) before his conversion. Only after 3 years did he go to Jerusalem to meet Peter. He stayed with him for 15 days and he also saw James. After 14 years he went to Jerusalem again.
Paul frequently mentions that some people preach a different gospel from the gospel he preaches (Galatians 1:6-9, 2:4-5, 2:12, 5:7-10, 1 Thessalonians 2:16, 1 Corinthians 1:10-17, Romans 16:17). Paul also frequently argues for his own authority as an apostle or against the authority of others (Galatians 1:10-12, 1:20, 2:6, 1 Corinthians 9, 2 Corinthians 10-12). This would not be necessary if everyone accepted his authority. Thus, if we combine the fact that he keeps arguing for his authority and the fact that he warns people for another gospel, it shows that there was another group that didn’t accept Pauls authority or theology. This group is the Jerusalem church led by James and churches following their message.
Contrary to the Epistle of James, Paul preaches justification by faith rather than works of the law (Galatians 2:16, Romans 3:28). He specifically tells people not to circumcise themselves (Galatians 5:2-3, 6:12-15, 1 Corinthians 7:18-19), and often says that people in Christ are no longer under the law. Thus, contrary to John, Jesus and James, Paul teaches against Torah observance. His religion is no longer a Jewish sect, but a religion for both Jew and Greek which replaces their previous religion.
1 Thessalonians 4:1-8 describes how people ought to live in order to please God. It doesn’t mention giving to the poor. Along with passages like 1 Corinthians 6:9-20, Paul mainly focuses on sexual immorality. In 2 Corinthians 8:1-9, Paul talks about the poor churches in Macedonia who gave away their belongings. This corresponds to the teachings of John, Jesus and James. However, this seems to be rather new to Paul, resulting in the confusing verse 9. He thinks that Jesus was rich, and that he became poor in order for his followers to be rich. Romans 15:26 describes the poor among the saints in Jerusalem, which is in agreement with our other sources about the Jerusalem church. Aside from this, Paul never talks about giving to the poor even though this was a central part of the movement.
Acts 15 describes the council of Jerusalem. Some people from Judea protested that uncircumcised men were allowed in the church, so Paul and Barnabas went to Jerusalem to settle the dispute. The fact that they went to Jerusalem tells us how important Jerusalem was, and that the people in Jerusalem had the highest authority among the early Christians. Paul also describes the council in Galatians 2, where he says that he went in response to a revelation. In Jerusalem he met the pillars of the church, which were James, Peter, and John.
Both Acts and Galatians report that some people wanted the gentiles to be circumcised, but that the final decision was that gentiles didn’t have to be circumcised. In Galatians Paul describes himself as the apostle to the gentiles, while in Acts Peter calls himself the apostle to the gentiles. In Galatians, the condition for this was that Paul and his followers would remember the poor. This is completely in line with what I’ve been arguing so far to be a core part of the movement. Note that the opponents of Paul ask for this, and that Paul agrees to it. Acts makes it clear that James is the one who ultimately makes the decision, showing that he was regarded as the leader of the church by the people who were present.
In Acts 21 Paul visits Jerusalem again. Acts 21:21 reports that there was a rumour that Paul taught the Jews not to observe the Torah. Instead of saying that he did indeed teach that to the Jewish Christians, Paul agreed to join a purification ritual. This shows that both parties knew that the earlier council in Jerusalem was only about gentile Torah observance, and that Torah observance among Jewish Christians was still required.
After Paul
Pauline Christianity grew way faster than Jewish Christianity. It required no voluntary poverty or circumcision from its adherents, had a wider target audience, and had a highly educated leader. Later Marcion came around and took the ideas of Paul a step further and completely rejected the Jewish origins of Christianity. In the second century the proto-orthodox Christians emerged. They were Pauline Christians who simultaneously rejected Jewish Christianity, Marcionism, and Gnosticism. At the end of the second century, Irenaeus was the first to use the term Ebionites for a group of Jewish Christians, which he declared as a heresy.
The term Ebionite comes from the word poor. They believed in the authority of John the baptizer, Jesus, and James, with Jesus being the highest authority among them. They believed Jesus was the messiah, but not the Son of God or that he was born through the virgin birth. They observed the Torah and lived in voluntary poverty. This shows the consistency in the movement starting with John, then continued by Jesus and later James and represented in early texts like the epistle of James or the Didache.
While the proto-orthodox Christians were dominant, the Jewish Christians remained an influential minority for centuries. In the late fourth century John Chrysostom argues against the Jewish Christians, telling them they can’t participate in Jewish holidays. Centuries later, we clearly see that Islam is influenced by Jewish Christians rather than Pauline Christians. Thus the Jewish Christians survived for a long time, but they eventually died out. The Epistle of James represents Jewish Christianity and made it into the canon, but it was disputed for a long time. It’s not very surprising that Martin Luther later had issues with it on theological grounds.
Summary
In the early first century, a new movement emerged. It was started by John the baptizer. One of his disciples was Jesus of Nazareth, who became a prominent person in the movement. When John died, Jesus took over most of the movement. Later Jesus died, and his brother James became the leader of the church soon thereafter.
This was a Jewish movement, who believed that the kingdom of God was near. They baptized people for the forgiveness of sins. They lived in voluntary poverty and gave away their possessions to the poor. They believed that Jesus was the messiah. They observed the Torah with an interpretation similar to that of Hillel.
Then Paul came around. He changed it from a Jewish sect to a universal religion. Rather than the message of Jesus, he preached a message about Jesus. This message still had some aspects of the original movement such as the Eucharist, but the core of the message was changed. Pauline Christianity marginalized John the Baptist and James the brother of Jesus and focused on Jesus alone. But even with Jesus, his teachings fell to the background and it only focused on the resurrection. Pauline Christians believed that Jesus was the Son of God, who pre-existed and incarnated and later died for our sins. The central belief of this new religion was that faith in the resurrection of Jesus was all that mattered for salvation. This is completely different from the teachings of John, Jesus, James, and the movement that they started.
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2023.03.30 13:29 Pytine Paul does not represent the views of Jesus

Long post, summary at the end.
John
About two thousand years ago, there was a group in the Jewish holy land. This group called themselves ‘The Way’. They believed in the messiah, a new covenant, and that the kingdom of God was near. They considered the temple in Jerusalem to be corrupt. They performed an immersion ritual for the forgiveness of sins and communal meals. I’m talking of course about the Essenes.
This description also describes the views and practices of John the baptizer. Some scholars think that John was an Essene, but whether he was actually an Essene or not is not too relevant now. John is a major figure in several religions including Islam, Baha’i, Druze and above all Mandaeism, where he is seen as the most important prophet. Of course he also has a role in Christianity, and using several sources I will argue what kind of role that was.
Some scholars of Mandaeism think that Mandaeism traces back all the way to (some of) the disciples of John. Since this is still debated, we can’t really draw any conclusions from it. A major source for the historical John is Josephus. In book 18, chapter 5, paragraph 2 of Antiquities of the Jews he writes about John. This paragraph provides evidence that John was the leader of a large movement, that he was killed by Herod Antipas and that he was baptizing people. This is a great source because it was written by a historian, relatively soon after it happened, and it shows no signs of later interpolation. This source is relatively unbiased, since John had no religious relevance for Josephus himself so there was no incentive to change the story in any way.
Next we have several books from the New Testament. In John 1:35-51, we read that John the baptizer instructs disciples, including Andrew, to follow Jesus. Later in John 3:22-30 we find a story of Jesus and John baptizing together, though more people are baptized by Jesus. Thus Jesus and John are part of the same movement.
In Luke 7:24-30 (attributed to the Q source and thus considered to be a very early textual tradition), we read how Jesus speaks about John. He calls him more than a prophet and says that among those born of a woman no one is greater than John.
In Luke 3:10-14 we find some sayings of John. He calls the people to share their property and feed the poor. It also shows that John accepted tax collectors in his movement. In Luke 11:1 Jesus’ disciples ask him to teach them how to pray like John taught his disciples. Jesus then replies with the Lord’s prayer.
Now let’s turn to the baptism of Jesus. Mark 1:9-11 describes the baptism of Jesus by John without any objections. The author of Matthew copies this story (Matthew 3:13-17), but adds objections from John. In this version, John protests that he is not worthy of baptizing Jesus. In the version in the gospel of Luke (Luke 3:21-22), John is even more marginalized. He is not even mentioned as explicitly baptising Jesus. It says that Jesus had been baptized and that the Holy Spirit descended upon him when he was praying, not during the baptism by John. In the gospel of John, Jesus’ baptism is left out completely. The idea that John had baptized Jesus became so embarrassing that the later gospel authors marginalized John’s role in Jesus’ baptism.
In all gospels we find that John preaches that he baptizes with water, but that someone else will come who will baptize with the Holy Spirit. However, this is contradicted in Acts 19:1-7. There we read that Paul met people who were called disciples and believers. Pauls asked them if they received the Holy Spirit when they became believers, and they answer that they don’t know about the Holy Spirit. Thus the later baptism by the Holy Spirit was not a clear teaching of John, otherwise all of his followers would know about it. This passage is also further evidence for the popularity of John the baptizer. Paul meets his followers all the way in Ephesus, which is far removed from the area where John lived and preached.
We see that some followers of John later became followers of Jesus. John taught similar messages to what Jesus taught and they baptized people together. Jesus spoke very highly of John and was baptized by him. Later Christian authors downplay his role in the baptism of Jesus because of embarrassment. The most reasonable conclusion from this is that Jesus was a disciple of John. Later they were leading the movement together. When John died, some of his disciples followed Jesus, while others continued without Jesus.
Jesus
Like John, Jesus is also mentioned by Josephus. The passage is interpolated by later Christians, but we can still figure out what the original would have said. Additionally, we have an Arabic version without the interpolations. Here on page 16 they are side by side.
John the baptizer started an apocalyptic movement in the first century. When he died, Jesus was the clear leader of the main branch of this movement, although as I mentioned earlier there was at least one other branch by this time. While John was an ascetic or semi-ascetic, Jesus deviated from this (Matthew 11:18-19). But like John, Jesus teaches about giving to the poor. We find this throughout the gospels, for example in Mark 10:21-25, Matthew 5:3, Matthew 6:24, Luke 6:20-26, Luke 12:13-21, Luke 14:12-14, and so on. Voluntary poverty was a key part of the message of Jesus.
An important part of the discussion on Jesus is his views on the law. But before we can understand the views of Jesus, we need to look at the context. Many people today view the Pharisees as legalistic, and that is certainly how they are portrayed in the gospels. In the first century, there were two main schools of thought among the Pharisees. These are called the House of Hillel and the House of Shammai. The House of Shammai was popular among the zealots, and with the tensions between Jews and Romans they were very dominant in the time when the gospels were written. They are very strict and can easily be seen as legalistic.
On the other hand the House of Hillel is rather mild. When asked to explain the whole Torah while standing on one foot, Hillel said: “What is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow: this is the whole Torah; the rest is the explanation; go and learn.” Another maxim attributed to Hillel is: “My humiliation is my exaltation; my exaltation is my humiliation.” These are very similar to Jesus’ teachings in Matthew 7:12 and Matthew 23:12 respectively. These are just some out of many similarities between the views of Hillel and those of Jesus. What is important here is that this is a mild view of the law, but that’s very different from abolishing the law. Rabbinic Judaism today follows the House of Hillel.
With that in mind, we can look at what Jesus said about the law. Jesus is very explicit about keeping the law in Matthew 5:17-20 and Matthew 19:17. We see this in action in places like Mark 2:23-28 or Matthew 12:9-14. Here Jesus shows that he doesn’t abolish the Sabbath, but that it is less important than human wellbeing. In other words, it represents his mild views of the law. He also participates in Jewish holidays like Passover (Luke 22:7-13), Sukkot (John 7:10), and Hanukkah (John 10:22-23). Jesus also observed the Sabbath (Luke 4:16). Thus Jesus lived like the other Jews at his time, and his disciples did the same.
James
After Jesus died, his followers still went to the temple (Acts 2:46, 3:1). Several early sources show that James, the brother of Jesus, became the first leader of the church. Eusebius gives reports of early church fathers who said that James was the first bishop of Jerusalem. Eusebius quotes Clement of Alexandria in book 2, chapter 1, paragraph 3 and Hegesippus in book 2, chapter 23, paragraph 4 of his book Ecclesiastical history. Josephus also reports about him in Antiquities of the Jews book 20, chapter 9, paragraph 1. However, he doesn’t say much about him like he did with John and Jesus. Thus we need to look at other sources to find out more about James.
The Epistle of James is written by a Jewish Christian who viewed James as a high authority. He represents the views of the Jerusalem community. Note that if you hold to traditional authorship, this automatically follows. The epistle mentions Jesus only twice, which is the least amount of any New Testament book. The first time is right in the first sentence, where the author identifies himself as James the servant of both God and Jesus. The epistle has a strong focus on voluntary poverty, giving away to the poor and against being rich (James 1:9-11, 1:27, 2:5, 5:1-6). It also emphasizes keeping the whole law (James 2:8-13). Then it continues about how man is justified by works and not by faith alone and how faith without works is dead (James 2:14-26). It also shows some parallels with the teachings of Jesus in James 4:10 (Matthew 23:12 and the quote from Hillel earlier) and James 4:11-12 (Matthew 7:1).
Another epistle written by Jewish Christians is the Epistle of Jude. The author identifies himself as Jude, servant of Jesus and brother of James. Mentioning both of those names shows that both were seen as important figures in this community. Jude 4 talks about intruders who have perverted the grace of God. This is given as the reason for writing the letter (Jude 3). So who is the author talking about? In verse 8 we see that this group defiles their body, rejects authority and slanders angels. They are worldly people, devoid of the Spirit (Jude 19). The slander against angels can help us identify the group. In Hebrews 1, Colossians 2:18, and 1 Corinthians 6:3 we find statements that could be seen as slander against angels. Thus it is possible that the author of Jude means the Pauline Christians, though it’s not very clear from the text.
Another text from early Christianity is the Didache, written in the first or early second century. It describes how Christians should live. It contains teachings similar to the sermon on the mount and it refers to the Lord’s prayer. It is consistent with the earlier movement on baptism, giving to the poor and keeping the law. Chapters 11-13 describe how apostles and prophets should acts and how they should be received in the wider community. The apostles were mendicants, travelled from place to place and spoke in the Spirit. Jesus is described as the servant of God, but never as the Son of God.
Paul
The next person is Paul. In Galatians he reports that he first persecuted the church (Galatians 1:13) before his conversion. Only after 3 years did he go to Jerusalem to meet Peter. He stayed with him for 15 days and he also saw James. After 14 years he went to Jerusalem again.
Paul frequently mentions that some people preach a different gospel from the gospel he preaches (Galatians 1:6-9, 2:4-5, 2:12, 5:7-10, 1 Thessalonians 2:16, 1 Corinthians 1:10-17, Romans 16:17). Paul also frequently argues for his own authority as an apostle or against the authority of others (Galatians 1:10-12, 1:20, 2:6, 1 Corinthians 9, 2 Corinthians 10-12). This would not be necessary if everyone accepted his authority. Thus, if we combine the fact that he keeps arguing for his authority and the fact that he warns people for another gospel, it shows that there was another group that didn’t accept Pauls authority or theology. This group is the Jerusalem church led by James and churches following their message.
Contrary to the Epistle of James, Paul preaches justification by faith rather than works of the law (Galatians 2:16, Romans 3:28). He specifically tells people not to circumcise themselves (Galatians 5:2-3, 6:12-15, 1 Corinthians 7:18-19), and often says that people in Christ are no longer under the law. Thus, contrary to John, Jesus and James, Paul teaches against Torah observance. His religion is no longer a Jewish sect, but a religion for both Jew and Greek which replaces their previous religion.
1 Thessalonians 4:1-8 describes how people ought to live in order to please God. It doesn’t mention giving to the poor. Along with passages like 1 Corinthians 6:9-20, Paul mainly focuses on sexual immorality. In 2 Corinthians 8:1-9, Paul talks about the poor churches in Macedonia who gave away their belongings. This corresponds to the teachings of John, Jesus and James. However, this seems to be rather new to Paul, resulting in the confusing verse 9. He thinks that Jesus was rich, and that he became poor in order for his followers to be rich. Romans 15:26 describes the poor among the saints in Jerusalem, which is in agreement with our other sources about the Jerusalem church. Aside from this, Paul never talks about giving to the poor even though this was a central part of the movement.
Acts 15 describes the council of Jerusalem. Some people from Judea protested that uncircumcised men were allowed in the church, so Paul and Barnabas went to Jerusalem to settle the dispute. The fact that they went to Jerusalem tells us how important Jerusalem was, and that the people in Jerusalem had the highest authority among the early Christians. Paul also describes the council in Galatians 2, where he says that he went in response to a revelation. In Jerusalem he met the pillars of the church, which were James, Peter, and John.
Both Acts and Galatians report that some people wanted the gentiles to be circumcised, but that the final decision was that gentiles didn’t have to be circumcised. In Galatians Paul describes himself as the apostle to the gentiles, while in Acts Peter calls himself the apostle to the gentiles. In Galatians, the condition for this was that Paul and his followers would remember the poor. This is completely in line with what I’ve been arguing so far to be a core part of the movement. Note that the opponents of Paul ask for this, and that Paul agrees to it. Acts makes it clear that James is the one who ultimately makes the decision, showing that he was regarded as the leader of the church by the people who were present.
In Acts 21 Paul visits Jerusalem again. Acts 21:21 reports that there was a rumour that Paul taught the Jews not to observe the Torah. Instead of saying that he did indeed teach that to the Jewish Christians, Paul agreed to join a purification ritual. This shows that both parties knew that the earlier council in Jerusalem was only about gentile Torah observance, and that Torah observance among Jewish Christians was still required.
After Paul
Pauline Christianity grew way faster than Jewish Christianity. It required no voluntary poverty or circumcision from its adherents, had a wider target audience, and had a highly educated leader. Later Marcion came around and took the ideas of Paul a step further and completely rejected the Jewish origins of Christianity. In the second century the proto-orthodox Christians emerged. They were Pauline Christians who simultaneously rejected Jewish Christianity, Marcionism, and Gnosticism. At the end of the second century, Irenaeus was the first to use the term Ebionites for a group of Jewish Christians, which he declared as a heresy.
The term Ebionite comes from the word poor. They believed in the authority of John the baptizer, Jesus, and James, with Jesus being the highest authority among them. They believed Jesus was the messiah, but not the Son of God or that he was born through the virgin birth. They observed the Torah and lived in voluntary poverty. This shows the consistency in the movement starting with John, then continued by Jesus and later James and represented in early texts like the epistle of James or the Didache.
While the proto-orthodox Christians were dominant, the Jewish Christians remained an influential minority for centuries. In the late fourth century John Chrysostom argues against the Jewish Christians, telling them they can’t participate in Jewish holidays. Centuries later, we clearly see that Islam is influenced by Jewish Christians rather than Pauline Christians. Thus the Jewish Christians survived for a long time, but they eventually died out. The Epistle of James represents Jewish Christianity and made it into the canon, but it was disputed for a long time. It’s not very surprising that Martin Luther later had issues with it on theological grounds.
Summary
In the early first century, a new movement emerged. It was started by John the baptizer. One of his disciples was Jesus of Nazareth, who became a prominent person in the movement. When John died, Jesus took over most of the movement. Later Jesus died, and his brother James became the leader of the church soon thereafter.
This was a Jewish movement, who believed that the kingdom of God was near. They baptized people for the forgiveness of sins. They lived in voluntary poverty and gave away their possessions to the poor. They believed that Jesus was the messiah. They observed the Torah with an interpretation similar to that of Hillel.
Then Paul came around. He changed it from a Jewish sect to a universal religion. Rather than the message of Jesus, he preached a message about Jesus. This message still had some aspects of the original movement such as the Eucharist, but the core of the message was changed. Pauline Christianity marginalized John the Baptist and James the brother of Jesus and focused on Jesus alone. But even with Jesus, his teachings fell to the background and it only focused on the resurrection. Pauline Christians believed that Jesus was the Son of God, who pre-existed and incarnated and later died for our sins. The central belief of this new religion was that faith in the resurrection of Jesus was all that mattered for salvation. This is completely different from the teachings of John, Jesus, James, and the movement that they started.
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2023.03.30 13:28 Antique_Orchid Mystery snail

I noticed a mysterious snail appear 2 weeks ago, sadly I had an accident and stayed in hospital for 10 day while my sister fed the fish. Well when I came back the mystery snail turned into thousands and thousands of tiny snails. What do I do? How do I fix this?
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2023.03.30 13:28 FarToHeaven Problems with diactivating account, and triuble with FACEIT support team

It all started with my will to delete my account the-_-worst I googled up what i have to do I've tried to log in faceit support site (pic.1-3) I tryed a lot of things: Enable VPN Change proxi Change brauser Changed email of account ( were was an issue but u/FACEIT_Darwin helped me and changed my email manualy) All of this steps didnt help and i cannot sumbuit a ticket to a support team from my account. My idea was to make a ticket without log in and tell support in discription what i want and issues i have Now circus is starting I have second account (GoneToHaven) with different steam connected, all diferent This account have zero registred games and no activity at all I sumbited a ticket thats main information was: "Hello, i was playing faceit for 4 years. I want to delete my account and play without issues on my new account if let me because of new multi-acc policy. Please delete my account the-_-worst this account detail (phone number, email, password, some more info)" After that i notieced an email (pic.4-5) I sent email back (pic.6) Recieved email (pic.7) I just thought. Oh, good, its allright my account deleted, BUT My account the-_-worst is steal working (i can log in and play) but my ****** account GoneToHaven IS DELETED Repete, i sad in ticket delete pls the-_-worst They deleted GoneToHaven )))))))))) Okey, i created a new account FarToHeaven connected all things to it (Steam & Social Medias) And on the next day tryed to delete the-_-worst again In moment i watched YT video of russian guy that saying my error is error from faceit noticed my multi-acc. I start to think maybe i have old account. I found and old account uzurbator and deleted it without issues but it dont fix main issues with account the-_-worst And circus 2.0 starting)))))) (pic.8-10) after many mail all ended without fixing anything
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2023.03.30 13:26 tmwnm Advice/feedback on current learning regimen

Hi fellow piano enthusiasts!
I’ve recently started learning piano on a self-taught basis, no previous experience of playing an instrument.
I’m about 5 weeks in and loving it so far, but was hoping to get some feedback on the current structure of my learning, thoughts on its effectiveness, and welcome any suggestions for improvement.
Currently, I am able to dedicate an hour or so for 5-6 days per week, and I split this hour as follows:
Warmup: 5-10 mins - Hanon exercises (currently 1 and 2) - A couple of the Piano Superhuman drills (5 finger gauntlet, flow drill)
Scales: 10-15 mins - Working on a new scale each week, started with C Major for week 1, then working ‘up’ through the major scales each week thereafter, where black keys are gradually introduced. After I’ve cycled the major scales, plan to do the same with the minors. - Scale practice consists of slowly playing up the scale with each hand individually, usually 2 octaves (to practice use of all 5 fingers) paying close attention to correct fingering. Repeat for going down the scale. Towards the end of the week I try to practice both hands together, VERY slowly but aiming for consistency and ultimately some semblance of legato!
Piano learning: 25-30 mins - Working through Alfred’s book 1. Usually work through 1-2 pages per day sitting at the piano. Try to stick to one ‘section’ per week where possible (e.g. this week I’m focusing on the pages associated with Middle C position) but also taking some time to revisit previous pages to practice previous songs & exercise to assess improvement.
Free play: 10-15 mins - Have a go at practising small sections of songs I like myself, or whichever nursery rhyme/cartoon theme my kids are currently into! Sometimes I’m happy to continue to practice a song from Alfred’s book in this time instead.
In time, I’d like to enlist the help of a teacher, but current work/life commitments means that’s not a particularly easy option for now, which is why I’d like to make sure my own structure seems sound and is effective.
Any and all feedback and suggestions welcome!
TIA
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2023.03.30 13:26 KingofSpain0 Numbers 6

Numbers 6:1-27
The Lord said to Moses, 2 “Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘If a man or woman wants to make a special vow, a vow of dedication to the Lord as a Nazirite, 3 they must abstain from wine and other fermented drink and must not drink vinegar made from wine or other fermented drink. They must not drink grape juice or eat grapes or raisins. 4 As long as they remain under their Nazirite vow, they must not eat anything that comes from the grapevine, not even the seeds or skins.
5 “‘During the entire period of their Nazirite vow, no razor may be used on their head. They must be holy until the period of their dedication to the Lord is over; they must let their hair grow long.
6 “‘Throughout the period of their dedication to the Lord, the Nazirite must not go near a dead body. 7 Even if their own father or mother or brother or sister dies, they must not make themselves ceremonially unclean on account of them, because the symbol of their dedication to God is on their head. 8 Throughout the period of their dedication, they are consecrated to the Lord.
9 “‘If someone dies suddenly in the Nazirite’s presence, thus defiling the hair that symbolizes their dedication, they must shave their head on the seventh day—the day of their cleansing. 10 Then on the eighth day they must bring two doves or two young pigeons to the priest at the entrance to the tent of meeting. 11 The priest is to offer one as a sin offering and the other as a burnt offering to make atonement for the Nazirite because they sinned by being in the presence of the dead body. That same day they are to consecrate their head again. 12 They must rededicate themselves to the Lord for the same period of dedication and must bring a year-old male lamb as a guilt offering. The previous days do not count, because they became defiled during their period of dedication.
13 “‘Now this is the law of the Nazirite when the period of their dedication is over. They are to be brought to the entrance to the tent of meeting. 14 There they are to present their offerings to the Lord: a year-old male lamb without defect for a burnt offering, a year-old ewe lamb without defect for a sin offering, a ram without defect for a fellowship offering, 15 together with their grain offerings and drink offerings, and a basket of bread made with the finest flour and without yeast—thick loaves with olive oil mixed in, and thin loaves brushed with olive oil.
16 “‘The priest is to present all these before the Lord and make the sin offering and the burnt offering. 17 He is to present the basket of unleavened bread and is to sacrifice the ram as a fellowship offering to the Lord, together with its grain offering and drink offering.
18 “‘Then at the entrance to the tent of meeting, the Nazirite must shave off the hair that symbolizes their dedication. They are to take the hair and put it in the fire that is under the sacrifice of the fellowship offering.
19 “‘After the Nazirite has shaved off the hair that symbolizes their dedication, the priest is to place in their hands a boiled shoulder of the ram, and one thick loaf and one thin loaf from the basket, both made without yeast. 20 The priest shall then wave these before the Lord as a wave offering; they are holy and belong to the priest, together with the breast that was waved and the thigh that was presented. After that, the Nazirite may drink wine.
21 “‘This is the law of the Nazirite who vows offerings to the Lord in accordance with their dedication, in addition to whatever else they can afford. They must fulfill the vows they have made, according to the law of the Nazirite.’”

22 The Lord said to Moses, 23 “Tell Aaron and his sons, ‘This is how you are to bless the Israelites. Say to them:
24 “‘“The Lord bless you and keep you; 25 the Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; 26 the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace.”’
27 “So they will put my name on the Israelites, and I will bless them.”
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2023.03.30 13:25 peppered_leopard Had a blow out on the motorway, paid for recovery (RAC) but couldn't get recovered because I had 3 other passengers

First time ever needing recovery so wasn't too sure how to go about it. I've got fully comp cover with Hastings but was told that wouldn't cover what I needed. Rang RAC and was transfered to Hastings to add breakdown cover to my insurance to make the call out cheaper. Ended up having to hang up after paying for breakdown cover so rang RAC back and unsurprisingly got through to a different person from the first call. This person told me I shouldn't have added breakdown cover because details won't be with RAC for a couple of days. I'm then given the option of being recovered at towed anywhere within 10 miles which I agreed to and paid the £160. During this phone call amongst a lot of personal info, location etc I was asked "how many passengers" I had, I reply 4, operator asks "4 adults?" yes 4 adults. Recovery van eventually turns up and says he can't take the car anywhere as he didn't have room for the 4 of us. He also couldn't take my car and myself as it would leave the 3 others stranded on the motorway. He showed me the message he received for the recovery and it had all of the information he needed except for the fact that there were 4 of us. So ultimately I paid for recovery and got told I couldn't be recovered. Do I have any chance of getting a refund for the call out?
Edit: this was in England
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