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2023.03.25 03:15 H3R4C135 Secret History Spoilers: Why did the pressure become less?

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2023.03.25 02:45 Lost_Cow3778 If you had to be stuck on a desert island with one celebrity, who would it be?

What's the most ridiculous thing you've ever seen in a beauty or hair salon?
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2023.03.25 02:04 Hefty_Challenge_8981 What's the most underrated movie of all time?

What's the most ridiculous thing you've ever seen in a beauty or hair salon?
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2023.03.25 01:43 Chesserowski 21 [M4F] level up na natin siguro

Ayun na nga,just turned 21 todei (see my last post) talked with some ppl (thank you sa inyo!) and turns out mukang mas bet ko ata makipag date :(( so upgrade na siguro natin from tropa premium no dejk
Abt me - 2nd year - up manila - 5'6 / 5'7, 72 kg - a cinephile (started a film org actually) - also loves anime, manga, and kdrama - loves to watch sports (f1, football, basketball, we can watch together) - socially and politically aware + kakampink if yan hanap mo - curly haired, wears glasses hehe
Abt you - 20 to 22 years old - height lower than 5'4 - easy on the eyes - mabilis magreply huhu - mahilig din mag movies and kakampink sana kemi - within Luzon (manila area)
Willing to send pics!
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2023.03.25 00:56 idk2784 Weekly Check up. I know we all are here for updates and stuff with Rivian specifically, but…….How are we all doing. Mental checkup? Everyone doing good? Bad. Let’s talk about it!

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2023.03.25 00:50 LabyrinthsandLayers Advice to improve (particularly eyebrows!)

Advice to improve (particularly eyebrows!)
First 4 pics normal makeup, pics 5 & 6, no makeup, pics 7, & 8 potential new brows.
Currently losing weight. Skin is great thanks to a good routine. Can't change my hair (wanted balayafe) as 3 salons have told me I have to much melanin to lighten with a good result.
Practicing: Eyelash tint, Eyelash Perm, Brow Tint, Gel Manicure.
Potentially looking at: Lip Filler, PRP Under Eyes, Botox, Powder Brows
Recommendations welcomed! 😊
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2023.03.25 00:34 Kitchen_Sea890 Bleaching my hair

Hey all. So I’ve got a buzzcut and I was going to bleach it professionally at a salon. I was hoping for a super light blonde-almost white color. But at the moment, I’ve got brown-black hair that I dyed. My natural hair is an orange ish type of color. My question is : should I use color remover to return to my normal hair color before I get it bleached? Because I don’t want dark tones like black and brown to get into my hair bleach so that it turns orange or red. Would bleaching my hair as a brunette change the brassy tones in my bleached hair as opposed to bleaching it with lighter colored hair? Or does it not matter at all? All I want is for my hair NOT to turn orange or red after I bleach it.
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2023.03.25 00:18 VandersloopOaks Any recommendations for someone who cuts long hair on men?

Hey all,
I'm new in town, and I'm a dude with long curly hair. Hair stylists and salons don't usually market to people like me, so anyone in the same position as me with suggestions where to go with someone who won't think I'm weird for being a dude with long hair?
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2023.03.25 00:17 VandersloopOaks Any recommendations for someone who cuts long hair on men?

Hey all,
I'm new in town, and I'm a dude with long curly hair. Hair stylists and salons don't usually market to people like me, so anyone in the same position as me with suggestions where to go with someone who won't think I'm weird for being a dude with long hair?
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2023.03.25 00:03 nehawasnthere Recommendations for best hair salons in SF? Particularly for highlights/balayage on darker hair

I’ve heard Hairicc is good (v expensive though) and Passang at Ingenious (but she’s too busy, hard to get appointment). Looking for someone who has experience with dark hair!!
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2023.03.24 23:51 1poiu7 Mofos - (Samante) - Hair Salon Pickup

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2023.03.24 23:42 orangeybigapple I am 27 years old, make $80,000 working as a Social Media Producer in NYC and this week was my birthday!

Assets and Debt

Retirement Balance: $36,428 in a Roth IRA, $4,571 in an individual brokerage account, and $19,960 in a 401k. Right now I contribute 6% because my company’s match policy maxes out at 3%. I’ve always contributed this much regardless of my salary progression to max out my company’s policy. I’ve been at the same company for the entirety of my salaried career so this is all of it too!
I go to my Dad for pretty much everything money-related. I’m very lucky to have a father who opened up a Roth IRA for me at 22 and practically forced me to open up my own brokerage account a little before I turned 26. Right now I contribute $250 a month to my Roth and $250 to the S&P 500 at the end of every month. This is an automatic payment out of my bank account so I always leave enough in my checking account for this to avoid a late fee. My dad is huge on maxing out a Roth IRA so my parents match the other $3,000 each year. I would have significantly less in my Roth IRA without this and I’m extremely grateful. Apart from this and my phone bill I’m financially independent and would love to make a little more money soon so I can max out my Roth IRA on my own. (It’d really be ideal if I stayed on my parents' family plan for my phone though haha.)
As mentioned before, I really didn’t want to open up a brokerage account at first because I was (and still am) extremely intimidated by the whole process. Eventually I gave in and we settled on an automatic payment to the S&P 500 so I really don’t have to think about things. As usual, my dad was right and I’m really proud of that $4,571 since opening it up. I contribute the same amount regardless of how well the market is doing too to make it easier. I also do not touch this money ever because my spending habits can be all over the place (I’m working on it!)
Savings Account Balance: $1,580 in emergency savings
At the height of the pandemic this was up to $10k. I paid NYC rent while living with my parents until my lease ended and then kept living between my house or my BF’s to save as much as possible. Living at home really messed with my relationship with my parents (and my independence honestly) so I scrambled back to NYC in June of 2021 and furnished this apartment with the majority of my emergency savings. My boyfriend lives with me now but he didn’t then, so this felt AWESOME knowing I did it by myself. I’d ideally love for this number to be much higher so I’m working on it. It’s admittedly been hard because of my spending habits.
Checking Account Balance: $551.63
As mentioned above, I contribute $500 at the end of every month so I like to keep that amount in my checking account. I put all expenses on my credit cards and only pay rent and utilities directly from this account at the end of the month when I get paid.
Credit Card Debt: $0


Income Progression: I started as a “mommy’s helper” when I was 12 years old for some families on my street and quickly became the resident babysitter on the block as I got older. This was great money in high school in addition to my jobs! Through high school and college I worked as a cashier at a bakery, a receptionist at a hair salon, a day-camp counselor, an associate at Skechers (this was easily my favorite because 3 of my best friends worked there at the same time), a wedding videographer, and the front desk of a camera equipment facility at my college.
I’ve been working in social media (with a focus on video production/editing) for 6 years, two years of which were internships. I’ve been at my current job for just shy of 4 years now at an advertising agency in NYC. I graduated college in 2018 with a 6-month fellowship at a pretty big news website as a video producer making $22/hour. I was one of about 50 interns (15 of which were also part of my graduating class). The job description was identical to that of an Associate Video Producer and the only difference was the pay. I remember being devastated when I wasn’t offered a salary of $50,000 like some of the people in my intern class.
For the next 6 months I was living the unemployed life. This was a super dark time in my life and I remember feeling so worthless. The amount of unanswered applications really got to me and I really wanted someone to just give me a chance. During this time I made due by walking and watching more dogs than I can count (S.O. Rover and Wag!) and wrote a ton of freelance articles. Fun fact, I only heard back from companies during my employment that I had connections at. (I was ghosted or immediately rejected from every other company I applied to. Connections. Are. Everything.)
Finally, I was hired as a Video Editor working on a TV network account. My starting salary was $60,000 which I was super happy about at the time so I didn’t even bother negotiating (huge mistake!) I only made this salary for about 9 months before the pandemic hit and I was partially furloughed. My salary was cut by 20% for the next 6 months. Making $48,000 obviously wasn’t fun but I was living at home at the time and my only real expense was the rent I was still paying in NYC so I was still able to save a good amount at this time. I also got Fridays off because of this and it was a DREAM!!! I’ve never been more productive honestly so I’m a hugeeee fan of the four-day work week trend going around right now. Right around my 2-year anniversary I got Wa 15% raise to $69,000. 11 months after that I was promoted to Social Media Producer and my current salary of $80,040.
Monthly Take Home: $4,413.40


Rent: $1100 (my boyfriend and I currently share a lofted studio for $2200/month)
I’ve been in my current apartment for just shy of 2 years now which is a big deal considering I left every apartment prior to this after my 1 year lease ended! Our current lease is up in September and we’re DYING for more space.. I’m really nervous considering the housing market in New York so TBD on how that’s gonna go.
Electric: $35ish in the winter (my share). My share of the bill can go up to $115 or so over the summer which is brutal.
Gym: $92
Apple Music: $10.99
Pet insurance (my share): $24.40
Wifi: $54.99 (I cover Wifi in full and my boyfriend covers Youtube TV for us)
Debt Payments: I’m very lucky that I have $0 debt after school.
Parental Help: Phone plan, Streaming services (Amazon Prime, Netflix, HBOMax, etc. and their Roth IRA match for me every year).


Day 1:
9:15am: I roll out of bed (I’ve been working on going to bed and waking up earlier and am failing). Since it’s Friday I order pick up from the Starbucks down the street and pick up H and my usual orders. I’ve been known to get into funks where I order Starbucks every day for H and I. Right now I only allow myself Friday Starbucks to combat this. I pre-load my card in $25 increments so technically this order was free.
9:30am: I’m back and ready to start my work day. I anticipate a pretty quiet work day today and since it’s my birthday this weekend I really want a haircut. I found an amazing place in Chinatown months ago that I want to go back to because I’m not trying to spend a ton of money. I call and make an appointment for 5pm
4:30pm: I leave my apartment and get ready to catch the Subway to Chinatown. $2.75
5:40pm: I chopped a few inches off and my hair hasn’t been this short since I graduated college. I’m especially obsessed with my hair because of the price. $51.60 with tip!
5:45pm: I make it to the subway and get ready to go home. $2.75
6:15pm: I make it home and greet my dog and get him dinner. As I’m going through my closet and trying to figure out what to wear for my birthday celebration tomorrow, I get a FaceTime from one of my friends from home. She made it to the city (she’s staying at a mutual friend's place) and is wondering if I want to grab dinner and drinks with them. I accept and start to get ready.
H has been out all day watching March Madness games with his friends so I make sure to give our puppy some extra treats and love while I’m home. After a long shower I throw on my coat and get ready to meet my friends for dinner.
7:15pm: I make it down to the Q with 1 minute to spare before the next downtown train. Always a win! $2.75
7:45pm: I greet my two friends L and P and we immediately start discussing what we’re craving for dinner. We eventually settled on a Mexican place just a short walk away. We get large specialty margaritas, an order of guac and chips, and three orders of enchiladas. It honestly was not the best dinner considering we didn’t get our drink orders until we were halfway through our entrees. Upon getting the bill, we noticed that the restaurant charged a 20% tip with our orders so we split the bill evenly three ways! $76
After dinner we make our way back to P’s apartment. After a couple more hours of catching up I decided to call an Uber home. $22.91
Daily total: $135.85
Day 2:
9:30am: I wake up and am already so excited for the night ahead. (That’s my excuse because I decided to break my Starbucks rule right after I wake up). This time I do have to reload my card. $25.00
9:45am: I make a quick trip to the grocery store for some breakfast supplies for H and I. I’m cooking today! $15.78
Our dinner reservation isn’t until 8pm and I have no plans before then so I lounged for most of the day. At one point H and I decided to take our dog to the dog park for an hour before starting to get ready for the night ahead.
H picks up the car to the restaurant. We went to a pizza place that makes pizzas up to 10 feet long and it was such a fun night. One of my best girlfriends and I share a birthday three days apart so we decided to celebrate together this year. The final bill is $1402.20 and I am happy to put my Amex down for the 4x credit card points. (Fun fact: I have not paid for a flight out of pocket in two years since having this card. I love it!) People will be paying me back though, so my share is only $78.
We spent the rest of the night bar hopping and ringing in my birthday at midnight. It was honestly such a great night. When we were finally done dancing and ready to turn in, H and I caught a cab with one of my best friends and her boyfriend since we live close. H picked up the tab as well as my drinks throughout the course of the night so it was technically free!
2:20am: We arrive home and start getting ready for bed. I start chugging water hoping I’m not hungover on my birthday. (I swear my hangovers get worse every year).
Daily total: $118.78
Day 3:
10:30am: My steady water intake from the night before definitely helped because I woke up not hungover! I spent the morning cuddling up to H and my puppy on the couch while I answered several “Happy Birthday” phone calls from my family members. I seriously have the best family in the world and I’m so grateful for my parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins that still take the time to this day to make the day feel special!
12:00pm: Five of my friends from home show up at my apartment because we’re planning to all go to a birthday brunch together before they catch their trains home. We settle on a fun diner and H joins us! Since it’s my birthday, my friends and H all split my meal for me so it was free.
2:00pm: My friends grab their bags from my apartment and we start to say our goodbyes. I’m so happy they were all able to come in for the weekend to celebrate!
4:00pm: Since I’m not as full from lunch anymore I decide it’s time for my birthday Starbucks. I always try to order something expensive since it’s free!
7:00pm: After a nap and some lounging on the couch, H asks me what I want for dinner. I settle on sushi and H ordered UberEats for us.
The rest of my birthday consisted of watching Netflix, taking a 30 minute shower and doing a face mask before crawling into bed. It was truly such a nice and relaxing birthday after the night before. 10/10.
Daily Total: $0
Day 4:
8:30am: It’s Monday and it feels very much like it because it’s pouring outside. I spent much of the day working from my couch instead of my desk because it felt right.
12:30pm: H stays home on Mondays too and neither of us feel like making lunch. I venture out and buy us some Sweetgreen for lunch. $28.69
2:00pm: Today is an extremely slow day at work so I decided to subway to my friend's apartment to pick up some of the leftover pizza from Saturday night earlier than planned to avoid rush hour. I want this pizza to be our dinner tonight so I can avoid cooking again. $2.75
3:00pm: After some catching up with my friend I returned to the subway with pizza in tow! $2.75
3:30pm: On my way home I stop by the local smoke shop and see my friend Mary Jane. Since she’s legal now in New York I’m seeing her more often. $135.20
4:30pm: I’m going to a friend’s Bachelorette next month and one of her bridesmaids just sent the itinerary for the weekend ahead. She asked us to Venmo her for a couple of the activities ahead of time. This is going to be my first Bachelorette I’m attending so I don’t have much to compare to, but this entire process has been so organized in my opinion and the bridesmaids have done a great job at keeping it as affordable as possible. $70.62
7:30pm: I finish out the rest of my workday and heat up some of the leftover pizza from Saturday in the airfryer for H and I. I love enjoying my Monday nights watching the Bachelor with a glass of wine in hand, so I pick up a bottle of wine from a shop right off the subway. $16.32
After a couple glasses of wine and “the most dramatic episode ever of the Bachelor” H and I start getting ready for bed.
Daily total: $256.33
Day 5:
8:30am: I roll out of bed and start getting ready for my workday. I had to shoot a couple pieces of content this day so I didn’t spend much of the day sitting down which was really nice. I currently work on a couple food brands’ social media content doing anything from food styling, food photography, video content, etc. It’s a lot of fun and definitely allows me to tap into my creative side.
12:30pm: Since I worked through my lunch while eating more leftover pizza, I decided to get a gel manicure during my lunch break. This is a habit I picked up after my last promotion and I don’t regret it. I’m really trying to prioritize self care the more I get older. $46.59 with tip
5:30pm: I finish out the rest of my work day and start to get ready for some dinner plans with a friend who couldn’t make it Saturday night.
7:00pm: I say goodbye to H and my puppy and catch the train downtown to dinner. $2.75
10:30pm: My friend and I spent hours at this restaurant gossiping and ended up being the last two people there! Oops! It was a cute little Indian restaurant and reasonably priced considering the amount of food we ordered. We split the bill down the middle. $69.44
11:00pm: I arrive home after getting myself a cab home instead of taking the subway. I had a bad experience not too long ago and I like to avoid going late at night if possible. I know it’s not the best financial habit but tonight I feel anxious. $22.20
Daily total: $140.98
Day 6:
9:30am: I totally stayed up way too late scrolling on TikTok last night after dinner so I sleep in super late this morning. Thankfully today is just a meeting day for me so I settle in at my desk and try to imagine my Keurig coffee is Starbucks instead.
12:30pm: H had to stay home today from work because of an arrest warrant that went wrong on the street of his office building (scary!) I have a buy-one get one free deal at Chipotle that’s going to expire soon so I offer to buy us lunch. $17.42
Tonight H and I have dinner plans with one of his best friends and his girlfriend P. P and I also have birthdays just a couple days apart so the four of us decided to celebrate together.
5:30pm: I stop working and start getting ready for our 8pm reservation. We’re going to Il Mulino which is one of our favorites but definitely more of a special occasion restaurant due to the prices.
7:30pm: H wants to take a taxi to dinner so he offers to pay. We get to Il Mulino just in time for our reservation and had such a great night. After a few hours we notice that we’re the last table at the restaurant and H makes a joke that I did this the night before too. (I promise this is not a typical thing for me haha). H splits the tab with P’s boyfriend.
10:45pm: I order H and I an Uber home and we call it a night pretty much immediately. $17.16
Daily total: $34.58
Day 7:
8:30am: Another day of meetings for me. I have a couple of client meetings where I have to present some of the content I’ve made in the last couple of weeks that all went well.
12:30pm: H stayed home again today because we’re planning to visit his family this weekend and we need to pack. I’m really jealous because H has leftovers from our dinner but I don’t so I have to go out and buy lunch. I buy myself some chili and a piece of bread from a place near our apartment. $10.89
6:00pm: I polish off the rest of the day by brainstorming a couple more concepts for the month ahead with my Social Media Manager. Around 6:30pm H’s dad picks us up (he drives to Manhattan every day) and we start driving home to H’s family’s house. Although we always run into traffic, H and I like doing this because it’s easy with our puppy and we avoid paying for a train.
8:00pm: H’s dad picked up a pizza on the way home for all of us to enjoy and we’re starving by the time we get back to the house. After dinner we caught up with H’s brother and watched some Netflix before going to bed.
Daily Total: $10.89
Weekly Total: $697.41
Reflections: This was definitely an expensive week for me but I do identify as a messy spender for a reason. I don’t typically go out to eat as much as I did this week but it was my birthday and I definitely celebrated! (If this were my weekly total every week I wouldn’t be able to keep my credit card debt at $0 so do keep that in mind). I’ve been working on saying no more to things if I don’t think they’re worth the money and my friends and I tend to cook in our apartments together more than going out anyways but it certainly is interesting seeing how much money I can waste by cutting corners like subways and cooking lunch/dinner. As I mentioned in the Assets and Debt section I don’t touch any of my investments for a reason because the amount of money I spend month to month can be drastically different. Here’s to a much more frugal next week of spending!
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2023.03.24 23:28 SomeLesbianwitch Musical alignment chart (note: the good/evil access does NOT necessarily correlate to the quality of the show, it’s just based on ~vibes~)

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2023.03.24 23:18 Ok-disaster82 Tipping

I get a bayalage w/ toner on my medium length hair about every 3 months. Sometimes a money piece or trim here and there. My total is usually about $180ish before products. I usually tip about $60. Is this enough? Takes about 3 hours. I’ve only been going to this salon regularly for about a year and just have no clue when it comes to tipping.
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2023.03.24 22:46 shhhh210 please guide how to cut my 3a 3b curls at home

I 17(F) have 3a-3b low porosity dense hair. All the salons near me have done a terrible job at giving me a haircut. So now I've decided to cut my hair at home. I have oval face cut and want layers in my hair i don't too much volume because I can't handle my hair rn cause it's just too much volume. I just want nice face framing layers. Any advice or things i should keep in mind?
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2023.03.24 22:20 jacquesboilaiset Dois je faire payer les clés de mon ancien logement ?

Actuellement locataire d'un logement en colocation, je vais bientôt quitter les lieux pour vivre seul. Par le passé, j'avais fait refaire mes clés par un serrurier par peur de les perdre, les clés étant assez techniques d'après l'artisan, j'en avais eu pour une cinquantaine d'euros. J'avais alors demandé à mon propriétaire si ce dernier voulait bien me les rembourser, ce dernier n'avait pas voulu, prétextant que ça n'engageait pas sa responsabilité. Néanmoins, à l'approche de mon état des lieux, il m'a informé vouloir récupérer les deux trousseaux.
N'appréciant pas particulièrement mon ancien propriétaire qui est procédurier et radin à en crever, on parle de quelqu'un qui a cloisonné le salon pour louer une chambre supplémentaire. J'aimerais savoir si je suis dans l'obligation de lui rendre toutes les clés du logement, si je peux les garder pour ensuite les jeter, ou lui rendre en échange d'un remboursement ?
Merci à vous ! :)
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2023.03.24 22:13 retroguyx Je suis Stormtrooper, AMA

Je suis Stormtrooper, AMA.
Au vue de la situation actuelle, la répression des forces rebelles est d'actualité. Ça tombe bien c'est mon métier. Alors, je n'ai absolument pas honte de mon métier, au contraire, donc pourquoi ne pas en parler ?
Je vois les actualités, les posts reddit, Twitter etc. et vu la quantité d'images choquantes, de propagande séditieuse que je lis, établie ici et là comme vérité, je me suis dit que c'était l'occasion de faire connaître ce métier mal connu et mal-aimé, remettre le temple jedi au milieu de Coruscant en quelque sorte, sans pour autant avoir des œillères, mais des deux côtés, ce serait bien.
Bien sûr j'ai un devoir de loyauté inconditionnelle à l'empereur, que je compte bien respecter. Mais ce sera l'occasion pour poser toutes vos questions pour mieux comprendre ce monde, humaniser ce corps qui par essence et conception volontaire, se veut déshumanisant vu de l'extérieur. Des hommes (et femmes) casqués, en blanc, avec blaster et armes de destruction massives capables de détruire des planètes. Ça impressionne, ça fait peur, ça dégoûte et c'est fait exprès pour éviter d'avoir à utiliser la force, seulement parfois, ça ne suffit pas et on nous hait.
Donc humanisons un peu ça en vous donnant mon exemple, voir un peu la sardine dans la conserve.
Diplomé de l'académie impériale mention bien, un petit temps agent de circulation dans les mondes du noyau, une licence de droit et d'économie, des petits boulots en banque assurance, manutentionnaire en entrepôt logistique, puis enrolé de f... manière complètement altruiste et sous officier de l'empire, je me préparais pour un poste sur l'étoile noire, mais pour espérer avoir une chance il faut un bon coup de pistonnage, ceux qui passent le concours d'amiral passent tous aussi l'officier car très peu de place, donc grosse concurrence, manque de confiance en mes chances de réussite et je voulais pas rentrer en école après mes 30 ans.
J'ai choisi les Stormtrooper, et à la fin de l'école, grâce à mon relativement bon classement, les Shock troopers. Contrairement au cliché, en général, ce sont les premières places à partir (y'a toujours des exceptions).
Nous sommes, casques à marques rouges, les seules forces professionnelles du euh maintien de l'ordre, spécialement entraînées pour ça. Et c'est le gros soucis des problèmes actuels. La distinction est importante.
Contrairement au cliché, le maintien de l'ordre (MO) c'est à peine 100% de notre travail effectif. Et les MO violents, en 7 ans de j'en ai connu cinq petites centaines seulement. Alors je vous laisse faire le ratio.
Une femme, 3 enfants. J'aime le jizz de cantina, un peu tout. Je fais du piano et je vais tirer une fois par semaine au stand de tir, où je suis respecté pour ma précision légendaire. Je suis un gamer, j'aime la science fiction, l'astronomie, l'histoire, les séries, les films, les jeux de sociétés, je suis curieux et m'intéresse un peu à tout.. plutôt politiquement à gauche, j'aimerais voir l'empereur président, j'ai eu une enfance heureuse, bref un mec normal, pas bête, pas brute, contrairement au cliché.
Donc je suis ici pour éclaircir ces 100% de MO, et parler du 0% restant de notre travail très mal connu, et répondre à vos questions. Si vous souhaitez vous défouler et m'insulter, grand bien vous fasse, j'ai l'habitude sur le terrain, dites vous bien que c'est pas ici que ça va m'atteindre.
Je répondrai honnêtement et au mieux de mes connaissances et expériences, même des autres services et problématiques s'il le faut. Longue vie à l'empereur
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