2021.10.20 16:28 redwalkman jadon max sizing?
i want to get the jadon max but idk what size i should get. i’m normally a women’s size 7 in vans. all my docs are a women’s size 6. should i stick to the size 6 or get the size 7?
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2021.10.20 16:28 PM_ME_YOUR_HOMONYMS Potential Purchase for a Winter Project: 1962 Arkansas Traveler (Skijack?) with a Merc 700 Anyone know of anything in particular to check out?
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2021.10.20 16:28 Sakara-Kappa Weird listing on amazon
Hello fans of economy class taught by wolf and man!
I've recently been looking into getting back to reading manga and wanted to buy one of my light novel favourites, spice and wolf.
However, I found different listings on amazon which had me confused
2021.10.20 16:28 crohnsdisease101 Just finished rewatching the entire series. Season 8s finale made me cry. Definitely the ending they deserved. The season 7 supposed ending would have been terrible!
2021.10.20 16:28 starchystar The White Dog
When I was about 15 I was visiting my grandparents one summer and working their ranch. It was exhausting work and there weren't a lot of opportunities for fun amidst herding, feeding, branding, and documenting the status of all their cattle. Most nights I passed out early as my grandparents sat down after dinner to watch the evening news they had recorded on their VCR.
One particular night I woke up and it was pitch black outside. This in itself wasn't unusual as my grandparents often got up a little bit before the sun, but when I glanced at the bedside clock, I saw it was around 2 AM. I flopped over and tried to fall back asleep, but it just wasn't happening. The silence out in the country can be deafening sometimes. It didn't help that I'm deaf in one ear and I have a constant tinnitus. The more quiet an area is, the louder it makes my tinnitus feel, until sometimes it's all I can focus on. This made sleep impossible and I frustratedly got out of bed and looked around for a book or a magazine to read to take my mind off of things.
Just as I had grabbed a Reader's Digest off a nearby shelf, I had one of the strangest experiences of my life up to that point. My tinnitus disappeared. When you're used to having a noise play in perpetuity, the sudden absence of that noise is like a bullhorn. It was impossible to ignore. In place of the high pitch whine I always heard was the strange experience of rushing wind, that "ocean" noise you often hear if you place your ear against a seashell. I turned my head, and the tinnitus returned.
I turned my head back to its original position. I once again heard wind. I relished this for a moment until the wind sound slowly began to fade away. The tinnitus was coming in behind it.
This was a remarkable development that I couldn't figure out. I tried moving to a different part of the room and quickly discovered that I had to tilt and move my head in different directions to achieve the same result. Before I knew what was happening, I found myself chasing the feeling of NOT having tinnitus by wandering out of my room, constantly moving my head around to find that sweet spot again. I walked down the stairs, through the dining room, past the kitchen, and right outside. I slipped some shoes on that were lying by the porch and kept wandering. I wasn't really paying attention to where I was going, to be honest. I just wanted to find whatever magical sweet spot allowed me to enjoy the absence of that high pitched tone.
After just a few minutes of walking I realized I was heading towards my grandpa's garage, and his 4 wheeler was parked right next to it. I peered in the darkness at it before pulling a flashlight from one of the saddle bags and shining it over the vehicle. Grandpa had left his keys in the ignition again. His assumption that nothing gets stolen out in the country was going to be put to the test one day.
I climbed aboard the 4 wheeler and started it. The engine was loud, but bizarrely, the combatting noises of my tinnitus and that strange wind overwhelmed any other noise that tried to interfere. I pulled out and began driving along the property, still chasing the feeling. My grandparents live on over a hundred acres, so there was plenty of property to drive across, and areas that I hadn't exactly spent a lot of time in. After a little bit of driving I found myself in such a space. Empty, at the edge of one of their fences. On my side it was clean. The cattle had been through there, eaten what they needed, and moved on. On the other side of the fence it was wild, overgrown - grass and weeds that went above my chest punctuated by the occasional mostly dead tree.
In this spot, my tinnitus was gone no matter where I turned my head. I turned off the 4 wheeler and sat back, eyes closed, just enjoying the soothing sound of the wind.
Except, there was no actual wind. The air was dead still, in spite of the whooshing noise that seemed to rush around me. The strange dichotomy of these sensations started to make my hair stand up. I felt weird.
I looked out past the fence, to the wild and overgrown field next to me, and suddenly became painfully aware that I wasn't 100% sure where I was. I felt like I could probably find my way back to the house, but I had a sinking feeling inside. In hindsight, I think it was my fight or flight response, and I'm embarrassed to say that I was frozen like a wild deer. I was staring so hard into the field next to me I thought the brush would catch fire. I don't even know what I was looking for. It just felt like there was something over there, and as scared as I was, I needed to see it.
And then I did.
A white dog, staring out through the tall grass. If I had to guess, I'd say a labrador, or some kind of lab mix at least. It's eyes shone through in the dark. I calmed down a little bit at the sight of this. My grandparents nearest neighbor lived a few miles down the road and I remembered they had a lab. Maybe this was it, just wandering.
"Hey," I called to the dog, trying to remember the name their neighbors had given it, and the pup promptly turned around and started walking away.
I shrugged, but then winced when my right ear popped painfully and my tinnitus came back. It was like I had been on an airplane with a sinus infection and all the pressure just changed. I was working my jaw open and closed, trying to normalize the feeling in my skull.
I shook my head and when I looked back out, I was surprised to see more than one set of shiny eyes out in the grass. Now I was definitely scared. A white lab didn't frighten me, but a roving pack of dogs out at night did. I pulled that flashlight back out of the saddlebag and shone it into the grass. Nothing.
I slowly panned the light over the field until I saw them. The grass was flattened a little ways past the fence line. I couldn't tell how large the flat space was and I had no intention of going over there to check it out because I'm not an idiot. I did, however, walk up to the fence and climb it partially. The fence was really just a series of metal post with three lines of barbed wire running through them. It was able to hold my weight on the second line and I was able to place my feet between the barbs. My position was a bit precarious but I was young and not that worried about it. I shone the light, able to see better now that I was positioned above the grass and weeds.
I saw the white dog first, out in the flattened patch of grass. Its nose was pointed straight up as if it was howling, but it wasn't making a sound. It took me longer to see the other dogs because they all had dark fur, either a black or a very dark brown that blended in with the night, but i counted at least four others, all positioned the same way, all facing the center, and all with noses pointed straight up, silent.
I'm not ashamed to say a chill went up my spine. I had no idea what would make dogs behave this way, but my very first thought was rabies, and y'all, I do not mess with rabies.
I was just about to hop off the fence and ride the hell away when something else caught my eye. It was hard to see, but there was something in the middle of all the dogs. Like dead in the center, like they were surrounding it. I saw the most imperceptible of movement in the darkness. I watched as that movement seemed to make a shape that was much more defined, and there was no doubt in my mind I was witnessing a person when this shape slowly sat up and then stood on two legs. The mixture of the dark and my dim flashlight made everything out in the distance seem fuzzy, but I felt certain I was looking at a young girl. Long dark hair.
I wanted to call out but to be frank, I was terrified. I thought if I made a sound, rabid dogs would descend on this girl, or they'd all descend on me. I was so intently staring at this girl that I didn't even notice that my tinnitus was fading away again until I once again felt myself surrounded by silence. True silence.
I had no idea I was holding my breath until it all escaped out of me in a rush, and my flashlight shook slightly as I realized that the dogs were all staring at me. And although I couldn't see her eyes, I knew the girl was staring at me too.
I'd like to say I heroically jumped off the fence and peeled out like an action star, but the truth is I fell on my ass. I lost my balance and fell backwards. The barb wire managed to cut my knee on the way down. It stung, and I knew it was bleeding, but the "flight" part of my fight or flight response was finally kicking into high gear and I found myself stumbling back to the 4 wheeler. I turned the key. No go. The engine wouldn't turn over. That happened sometimes. I was petrified. I knew that if I turned back to the fence I'd see that whole menagerie standing there and I just plain didn't want to do it. I never wanted to see them again.
I turned the key again and the engine cried, complained, and then finally started. I kicked the vehicle into gear and went away as fast as I could without causing the 4 wheeler to turn over.
I hadn't even realized that I'd been crying until I felt the wind on my face turn cold from all the tears that had run down my cheeks. My adrenaline was through the roof. I never turned back once. When I parked the 4 wheeler over by the garage my grandpa was exiting the house. He was pretty mad that I'd taken his baby out for a joy ride but stopped short of giving me the business when he saw my face.
He asked me what happened and I wanted to tell him the whole thing, but as I opened my mouth to my ear popped again. I winced and then actually thought about what happened. I saw some dogs? Maybe? I saw a young girl? Maybe? And I got scared and cried about it. I imagined how my grandpa would react to this story and immediately decided it was better not to say anything, especially since at that point my adrenaline was starting to fade out and my whole body started shivering. I couldn't stop my hands from shaking. All my grandparents knew was that I had clearly had a big scare, and if I wasn't going to talk about it, they weren't going to make me.
All that happened 25 years ago but I still remember it as clear as if it happened last night. There's just some things you don't forget, and a feeling of terror like that - one that goes all the way to your bones - has a tendency to stay put, in spite of how much you'd prefer it not.
My tinnitus persists to this day, but - and I don't even like to think about this - every so often, if I'm out alone, going for a jog at night or walking my dog, I'll get a brief moment where my tinnitus seems to lessen for a bit, and if I turn my head just so, I hear the wind. But I don't follow it anymore.
I'll live with the noise.
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2021.10.20 16:28 Kaasislekka I just got out of a bus and shin checked it and didn't see that it was shin then i shin checked 1second later
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2021.10.20 16:28 xlmagicpants Noob question
2021.10.20 16:28 Klutzy-Fortune1545 my mom and my bf having sex
2021.10.20 16:28 Starfoxtyler Spot the issue. Then fix it Mistplay
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2021.10.20 16:28 Mudit_Agrawal What do you think is Drake's favourite restaurant?
2021.10.20 16:28 bamboosticks How do libraries handle embargoed dissertations?
Sorry if this is such a basic question. I'm a new librarian at a small academic library that hasn't had anyone in this position for a few years. Just curious how people keep their embargoed dissertations stored? My boss does a lot of 'if you died in a bus could we figure this out' setups so I'm trying to figure out how, if I'm not there, and one of these books came off the shelf (in our basement, not accessible by patrons) somehow, how it could be identified as embargoed. Stickers? Book bind? I don't want to label the call number because our embargoes usually last less than 1 year. Any help would be really appreciated.
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2021.10.20 16:28 TanksForHesh West coast og MOSCA day 50ish any advice please 🙏
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2021.10.20 16:28 Appropriate_Heron_78 Lost keys
2021.10.20 16:28 lolige_eenhoorn Question about lore?
2021.10.20 16:28 TheLittlestHibou Vikings were in North America in 1021, well before Columbus, researchers say
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2021.10.20 16:28 wmds30 I miss lockdown
I (27M, UK) miss the lockdowns. As a disclaimer, I worked throughout from my office and wasn’t furloughed. It allowed me to leave my house, maintain a schedule, and I know that makes me a lot luckier than some. However, resuming normal life has made me realise just how shit and overcrowded so many parts of this country are.
No one expected anything of you in the lockdown. Fuel was cheap. No one was just aimlessly driving/wandering about, slowly and in the way. People were just thankful to be alive a lot of the time and the shit that doesn’t actually matter, but you get caught up in every day, was left well alone, you know, the trivial shit. I spoke to my mates so much more (yes I was one of the zoom pub quizzers).
Yes, you had to queue for supermarkets and were limited to one loaf of bread or whatever. I get there were many negative elements. But this country is a rat race and returning to an element of normality has just emphasised that.
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2021.10.20 16:28 BobDucca LTB - Show me the best Mantle slab you have FS for $150-$300. Prefer SGC but I’m open. (Pic not mine)
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2021.10.20 16:28 Ravesti Tank is finally cycled and ready to go! Added duckweed and currently in the process of adding tannins.
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2021.10.20 16:28 lolige_eenhoorn Question about lore?
2021.10.20 16:28 biglatgainz Is bodybuilding/fitness more about the attention gained or the pursuit of personal progress?
2021.10.20 16:28 endoplasmic-windbeut Played around with deleter screens for this piece!
2021.10.20 16:28 TheLunarnautics "The ETF is linked to Bitcoin futures and has no direct impact on the spot price"
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2021.10.20 16:28 mentallyillesttt BISON STORES
2021.10.20 16:28 Color-Me-Brackets *Madness Difficulty Fickle Friends 'Nam Flashbacks*
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