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2022.01.18 14:36 Brumbii I really need help in understanding this

I really need help in understanding this So I made this reading to a friend. The question is how N nodes on the axis Taurus-Scorpio is gonna affect her in particulary, considering that this event occurred today, and it's gonna last almost an year and a half. Sorry if it's really confusing, if I didn;t made myself understood i will try my best to explain in the comments better. But the thing is that is just over my understanding what is the meaning of 9 of cups in this reading. Basically the whole reading it's strongly based on the ideea of a huge change that's gonna occur in her life, considering her birth chart (she's a taurus with ascendent in scorpio) and also the energy of the whole reading, which is Death. But I just don't understand the meaning of 9 cups. I asked for clarification 2 times and it gave me the devil, the emperor, the star and the judgement, which made it so cryptic for me. I knew that the meaning of 9 cups and 6 cups is not what it seems, like the cliche interpretation before i asked for clarification, but other than that i just really can't think about what it does try to say. It seem like a very big thing tho, considering that the clarification consist in 4 major arcana. I'm very sorry if i made grammar mistakes, and if it's not clear what i said, again if it's the case i will try to explain better in the comments. Thank you very much!
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2022.01.18 14:36 Bot-alex Winchester college society was cult-like, finds report into child abuse

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2022.01.18 14:36 ZoobBot 201429

This is the 201429th time I made this shitty comment. I hate this job.
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2022.01.18 14:36 2013nattychampa Choose a random dollar amount.

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2022.01.18 14:36 Illustrious_Ad7501 By Iain Cummins in Live Fast Dublin

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2022.01.18 14:36 AzizQuadri10 20 years old. Grew my beard out for 3 weeks and then shaved it into a moustache. Do I pull it off? And is there potential?

20 years old. Grew my beard out for 3 weeks and then shaved it into a moustache. Do I pull it off? And is there potential? submitted by AzizQuadri10 to Moustache [link] [comments]


2022.01.18 14:36 Embarrassed_Equal_10 WiFi module needed to power a 24V appliance

I want to power the lock of my entrance door with a swith. The door opener needs a 24V input. I have already a push-button switch that activates it. Behind the switch i have place for a standard WiFi module to make it "smart". The problem i have is that the wifi modules need a 220V input (that i have behind the switch) but output a 220V current.
So I'm looking for a module that has an input of 220V, can be controlled by a regular switch and is a relay for 2 wires (24V input to appliance).
All help is appreciated
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2022.01.18 14:36 Ggizzle_ I've never used Reddit in my life. But I think I'm doing the right thing by posting my gorgeous and elegant catto. Right?

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2022.01.18 14:36 DiamondDickDogeDude does anyone have the link for the DOJ meeting today???

Can't find it anywhere.
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2022.01.18 14:36 Robin-KC The Raincoats - Shouting Out Loud

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2022.01.18 14:36 ScipioAtTheGate How to profit off a Russian invasion of Ukraine - the Palladium play

As anyone not living under a rock knows, there is an extreme amount of concern right now that Russia may be very close to launching a large-scale conventional invasion of Ukraine. So for us at WSB the question naturally becomes, if the crazy Ivans drive their tanks across the Ukrainian frontier how we can turn it into an investment play? One major opportunity that presents itself is in the market for Palladium. The one section of the Russian economy that is deeply tied to the American economy is in the area of Platinum group metals, specifically Palladium. Palladium is used in the production of catalytic converters and multi-layer ceramic capacitors. By far the majority of new palladium mined is produced in Russia and South Africa. In 2020, 43% of the world’s palladium production came from Russia, 33% from South Africa, 9.5% from Canada and only 6.6% from the United States. Of the 110,000 Kilograms of Palladium consumed by the United States in 2020, 78,000 Kilograms had to be imported, with the balance coming from domestic production and Palladium recovered from recycling. 38% percent of the Palladium imported into America comes from Russia. One can clearly see that since America is largely reliant on imports of Palladium, any disruption to the world Palladium markets will cause palladium prices in America to change dramatically.
The US government and other western countries have been threatening to enact very harsh sanctions on Russia in the event of an invasion of Ukraine and the Russian government has recently retaliated by stating that in the event such sanctions are made that it will cut off diplomatic relations to the United States. If the sanctions in question include a ban on palladium exports or if the Russian government cuts off palladium exports to the US, there will be an extreme supply shortage in the US market and the price will dramatically rise.
Despite global palladium production in 2020 being lower than 2019 production, prices palladium prices over the past several months have fallen from their peak of $2,890, largely as a result of the global chip shortage. Without sufficient numbers of integrated circuit chips, auto manufactures have been unable to produce enough cars to meet demand. As internal combustion engine cars require catalytic converters, the slump in auto production has also caused a slump in palladium prices. This creates a second prong to a Palladium play, since irrespective of whether or not Russia actually launches its invasion of Ukraine, an end to the chip shortage would see a corresponding rise in the demand for palladium as car production increases. A further boost to the Palladium market could be seen if states and countries enact even stricter air emissions standards, which would require auto manufactures to use even more palladium in their catalytic converters.
So the next question is, how do you invest in Palladium? There are several ways of doing so:

  1. You can invest in a Palladium ETF. Palladium ETFs hold physical palladium on behalf of their investors and allow an investor to buy into the Palladium market without having to take physical delivery of the actual metal itself. There are several different Palladium ETFs that are publicly traded, which you can find simply by Googling “Palladium ETF”, I won’t shill any particular one here. One key to look for is the net asset value of the ETF, which indicates the value of the actual palladium the ETF holds. The higher the net asset value the better, as the bigger ETFs are more actively traded. The biggest advantage of the ETFs are that they can be traded with ease. Once can simply buy and sell shares of the ETF through their brokerage account just like with stocks. One downside to any ETFs are the fees the ETF administrator charges to the fund, for a physical commodity ETF these often include costs related to storage of the physical product being held by the ETF.
  2. You can alternatively buy actual physical palladium as an investment. While there are several manufactures of physical palladium coins and bars, they produce far fewer bars and coins per ounce of Palladium than they do of other investment metals like Gold, Silver and Platinum. The result is that since there are few investment grade physical palladium products to go around, these physical products tend to sell for high premiums over melt value. Coins and bars of weights lower than 1 troy ounce have extreme premiums attached and are not typically viable investment vehicles (being more valued as collectables or element sample novelties). While owning physical palladium may sound attractive to a novice trader, the high premiums and thin market present problems that ETFs lack, such as liquidity. Since the market for investment grade Palladium is thin, wholesalers like Apmex and Kitco will often pay significantly less than melt value for physical product which will resultingly eat into your own profit margins. Physical palladium also carries with it the risk of loss, in that if someone steals it from you or you lose it, you’ve lost out on your investment.
  3. As an alternative to holding physical Palladium, there are companies (such as Kitco) that offer “investment pools” that hold physical Palladium on your behalf. Assets can be either allocated (which means bars are earmarked for a specific owner) or unallocated (in which all the Palladium is held mutually with you owning only a share of the total assets). Some investment pools allow you to take delivery of the physical palladium for a fee. Just like with investment grade physical palladium, a major drawback to investment pools are the high margins charged by the pool companies.
  4. You could alternatively invest in mining companies that produce palladium. Due to the nature of palladium deposits being found alongside other platinum group metals, there are no companies that strictly mine just palladium. Instead, palladium mining companies also mine other metals like platinum, gold, silver ect. Large palladium/platinum producing companies located outside of Russia include Sibanye Stillwater (Ticker: SBSW), which owns the largest Palladium mine in the USA, and Anglo American Platinum and Impala Platinum which are large South African palladium/platinum producers in South Africa. Due to the depressed price of Palladium, many Palladium/Platinum producer stocks are well off their 52-week highs. While investing in a mining company won’t give you pure exposure to the palladium market, it has the added advantage of giving you exposure to the platinum market and the market for other platinum group metals (like Ruthenium and Rhodium). In the event catalytic converter companies switch back to converters made largely of platinum, the mining companies (particularly the South African ones) shouldn’t be much affected since they all also produce platinum as well.
  5. You could invest in the Palladium futures market. Like other metal commodities, Palladium futures are traded on the COMEX. Trading futures has inherent risks that are unlike stock trading. Since futures contracts are for the purchase of a commodity at a set date in the future, the investments cannot be held indefinitely like an ETF, mining stock, physical palladium or pool account. Since I myself have only a rudimentary knowledge of futures contracts, I won’t delve into them further here but if anyone with more experience would like to chime in, they are certainly free to do so.
So now that we’ve covered the potential catalysts that could cause Palladium to rise (a Russian invasion and an end to the chip shortage), you might be asking “Well Scipio my boy, that’s all well and good, but what are the risks?” Aside from Putin having a change of heart and withdrawing his troops without an invasion, there are in fact some real risks with Palladium that could keep the present downturn going. In the near term, the continuation of the chip shortage is a risk. Should the chip shortage worsen, demand for catalytic converters could go down further as new auto manufacturing slumps, which would negatively impact the demand (and price) for Palladium. A second risk is that catalytic converter manufactures switch back to converters made primarily from Platinum as opposed to Palladium. Several years ago, converters were designed in such a manner as to use more Platinum than Palladium. When Platinum prices rose significantly, manufacturers switched to Palladium dominant converters to save money. Now that Palladium is worth about double that of Platinum, converter companies are starting to look at switching back to Platinum based converters to save money. Finally, in the long term, a switch to electric vehicles will see a large drop in demand for Palladium. As electric vehicles have no internal combustion engine, they have no need for a catalytic converter and thus use only a tiny fraction of the palladium that is required to make an internal combustion engine car. However, electric vehicles do still use palladium in their electrical and computer systems. While electric cars do seem to be the way of the future, the market for internal combustion engine cars is still strong and robust and it seems that any 100% switch to electric vehicles is several years away.
Finally, since Russia is also a major player in the mining of Platinum and Rhodium its worth going over those in brief as well. As discussed above, you can invest in Platinum in the same exact manner as described above for Palladium. The primary difference is that while Russia is the dominant producer in the Palladium market, its Platinum production is immensely dwarfed by South Africa. Almost no Platinum is imported into the United States from Russia. As such, any blanket sanctions on Russian imports are not likely to affect the American Platinum market in the same manner as they would on the Palladium market. As for Rhodium, while the global supply of Rhodium is quite small and the market subject to extreme moves when supply side issues arise, there are presently virtually no investment vehicles available to invest in related to it. Also, since the price currently remains at $16,400.00 an ounce, there is an extreme downside risk. While physical Rhodium products used to be available, virtually no wholesalers have any product anymore, as most investment grade Rhodium has been melted and re-refined for industrial purposes. While you may still be able to find a small amount of physical Rhodium for sale in the retail bullion market, wholesalers will only generally buy Baird or Pamp Suisse branded bars and or raw Rhodium from specific refiners while charging a large margin on any sale or purchase. The result is that Rhodium has become, at least in my mind, far to risky of an investment to attempt to enter into at this time.
As always, don’t take my word for it, do your own research on any investment topic posted here on WSB. For full disclosure I hold 400 shares of Sibanye Stillwater and ~$27K in Palladium ETFs.
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2022.01.18 14:36 Specialopslug which to start tonight?!

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2022.01.18 14:36 DireTheDog Spawn in a police station, alarm goes off, make a run for the weapons locker, make a mess, gun jams, became a mess. Good times.

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2022.01.18 14:36 Bot-alex ‘Not a colony’: Welsh council defies London to declare St David’s Day holiday

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2022.01.18 14:36 BlueCoastDoge Well, well, well... Top of the Opinion Page at the NYT - Politicians should NOT trade stocks!! Wow! We are having an impact. LFG!!! 💎🙌🦍💪🚀🌛💲🌈😀

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/18/opinion/congress-trade-stocks.html
We are having an impact Apes. We need to keep up the pressure god damn it. Each one of us can enable change when we act together... as it applies to the corrupt system.
Yes, we are individual investors but we can surely act together to call out all the fuckery politicians do to take advantage of the system.
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2022.01.18 14:36 crazyforsushi I'm actually getting over him!

Today I looked at him and the feelings I had for him was a lot less intense. It was more like "Yeah, that's him. Anyways so--". I looked at him a lot less today in our zoom class so that's good. As long as I stay grounded in reality and remember that he doesn't feel the same way, if we were in a relationship it wouldn't have healthy communication, it would be one-sided, his parents wouldn't like me anyways, and that he won't matter in the future, I'll be fine. Now I'm focusing all that energy I had on him onto so many other things. Right now I'm currently getting tutor help for chemistry and math, I cleaned my room yesterday (ugh finally!), put my laundry away, and am trying to get better at time management and to stop procrastinating!
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2022.01.18 14:36 Ok-Vermicelli1643 O que é mais promissor:

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2022.01.18 14:36 Momentanius How "dark" and grim is YOUR World of Darkness?

Hello cainites! Good to see you all.
I've been recently thinking about WOD, and how it's supposed to be this dark, gritty and cruel place, where politicians are corrupt, every big corporation controls the world, etc - almost the same as our world, but even worse. But then, during my campaigns (both as a storyteller and as a player), I find difficult to imagine situations where everything is horrible, all the time.
I mean, when I am the storyteller, I usually make the city very dangerous to navigate in places "outside the populated areas", homelessness is a big problem in my campaigns, and there's crime here and there, but I always think I'm missing the mark when it comes to make the world feel grim.
So, my question: how dark is your world of darkness? What topics do you usually cover to make the world more interesting? What's taboo for you?
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2022.01.18 14:36 ZookeepergameWild85 Doge Run | Play To Earn Release 7th February | In Game NFTs ready to mint | Staking Incoming | 24/7 Open Voice Chat



DogeRun has the potential to 100x during the upcoming weeks, many whales are eyeing this project and here is why:


- Fun Play To Earn Game game that offers in game NFTs, staking coming very shortly


- Available on Desktop & Mobile


- Level 1 & 2 are already playable on their website


- Play To Earn releases on the 7th of February, offering 2 play modes:


Competitive mode, where you need to complete level 1-5, potential earnings are up to $100/day

Single level mode, where you can play whatever level you want, potential earnings are up to $20/day


- The NFTs are already live and ready to mint, they can be used as in game skins and give boosts/buffs for the rarest ones


- Active & Loyal Community, Telegram Voice Chat is open 24/7 and you can ask any question at anytime and will get a very fast reply


- Daily DogeRun contests at 19:00 UTC, where you can win $200, just screen share your screen and play the game


This is the perfect dip to buy, with big marketing incoming, their P2E releasing on the 7th, I wouldn’t be surprised if this goes to 50m in one go


It’s not everyday that you see a coin with an actual utility that is already released and such an active & loving community


DYOR


Contract: 0x29b86ecb7d434a5571f959f1c9a812b7aab34894


https://dogeruntoken.com (to play the game, click on demo)


https://t.me/DogeRunToken


Buy: https://pancakeswap.finance/swap?outputCurrency=0x29b86ecb7d434a5571f959f1c9a812b7aab34894


https://twitter.com/DogeRunToken
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2022.01.18 14:36 Bot-alex Artist to weld copy of Dachau gate in Leeds performance piece

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2022.01.18 14:36 thepersona01 Do employers really train their employees?

I've been working in tech repair for almost a year now. I was very lucky because I talked to a store manager who was pretty clueless about repair in general. I managed to hype whatever experience I had in high-school otherwise I didn't really have any related experience. I was mostly bullshitting but I just wanted a foot in the door at least. A week later I get a call asking for an informal interview and then a week after I was told that I got the job. Based on what I read from the posting, I thought I was going to hardcore wing whatever was needed for me, but turns out that training pretty much covers all experience levels.
I look at other indeed postings and I wonder if these jobs asking for years of experience really require that. I thought entering the repair field was be a giant hurdle because I didn't have any real official experience besides some college schooling and maybe an attempt at a hobby years ago. I'm still looking upward but at this point I don't know what's going to be trained and what's expected of me. Does anybody feel this way?
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2022.01.18 14:36 Write_R-BS It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia - The Gang Park Their Cars.

Something I wrote based of an idea a Reddit user had, hoping fans of the show think it matches. Looking for some feedback, thank you in advance.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dyxPLpCioinW9zfTnrBEjpif4FjO9N6U/view?usp=drivesdk
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2022.01.18 14:36 johnjay80 He looked so happy

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2022.01.18 14:36 TrueBirch Could a 51% attack against Bitcoin be profitable? [Request]

A 51% attack involves one entity controlling the majority of the mining power of a blockchain network. Anyone controlling this level of power can essentially break the rules of the blockchain. I'm wondering if such an attack could theoretically be possible or even profitable against Bitcoin.
In order to launch an attack, you would have to have a truly massive level of computing resources. Let's imagine someone a Bond-villain-style mad billionaire. In 2020 (the latest year available) Amazon Web Services generated a total of $45 billion in revenue. That works out to an average of around $5 million/hour. Google Cloud generated quarterly revenue of $4.6 billion, which would be an annualized $18.4 billion and an hourly $2.1 million.
If our villain theoretically rented all AWS and Google Cloud servers for $7 million/hour, would they be able to rewrite the Bitcoin blockchain? Or does Bitcoin have more processing power? Ignore the logistical problems with acquiring and coordinating that much computing power.
Of course, news of such an attack would rapidly drop the price of Bitcoin to zero. Maybe the villain is just trying to wreck havoc like Die Hard with a Vengeance (somewhat... no spoilers). Or maybe the attacker would only steal the $175 billion of Bitcoin that has been lost or abandoned (20% lost * market cap of $873 billion).
Could a rich villain steal abandoned Bitcoin profitably?
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