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2023.06.01 03:36 pleiaswill O.S. vs. V.O for a scene
I am currently working on a script at the moment and was wondering if I could get a small bit of assistance.
In the scene I'm working on, the two main characters of the screenplay are on screen but are talking to one another in another conversation that is overlapped on top of the current scene. I.E. They are doing something else, but a conversation they are having in a scene that is only shown in dialogue is being said on top of the scene.
Would this be O.S. or V.O? I wrote it in the script as O.S. dialogue but revising it (and having another scene that is later in the script that has the same situation happen once again, for the sake of thematic repetition) has me believing it should be V.O. as the characters themselves are having their own scene that is separate from the one currently on screen. Thank you so much for any help, it is greatly appreciated. :> I am getting near the end of this script and am having a lot of fun going through the different nuances of screenwriting.
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2023.06.01 03:35 SuccessNo1474 Problems with my weight, weight loss help (?)
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This is going to be a long post, and I would appreciate if you would read the whole thing before suggesting advice if you plan to do so, thanks in advance :) I will also try to respond to all the comments so feel free to ask questions.
My weight has been a struggle for me for my entire life. I'm 18 years old, and I think the first time I remember having thoughts about my weight was when I was ~6. I was and continue to be decently athletic despite my weight, which for a long time when I was little meant that me being heavy was interpreted as being "bulky" rather than fat. My minor league baseball coach called me the "gentle giant", if that helps to paint a picture.
I think the way I was perceived made me think that being heavy wasn't a bad thing for a long time, but as I started to get into middle school, being big started to become a more negative trait for me. It's worth mentioning that I grew up in a very accepting family and community, so I have very very rarely (not never) been directly called fat or in any way shamed for my weight. Both my parents are overweight. But as anyone who is or has been overweight understands, it doesn't take people saying something to your face to feel the shame of being overweight. I have this perception that society views overweight people as being too lazy to take active steps to becoming healthier, but I know from my own experience that this is not the case, as I'll explain more later.
Going through middle school, my weight, and thus my attractiveness started to influence my social behaviors, and this constant internal battle I had with my self about my weight and image really pained me. Years went on like this. I wore (and continue to wear) baggy clothing and sweatshirts and slouched all the time to hide my stomach and chest. I still do all this stuff even when I'm alone. Despite this negative self image, I tried as hard as a 14 year old can to be sociable and outgoing, and this worked well for me for a long time. Still kinda does. But underneath this positive image I would still get out of the shower and look at my body in the mirror, disgusted with what I saw. I even started working out regularly, doing CrossFit 3 days a week after school, but my eating problems continued. I didn't even realize my eating habits.
I should mention that I was never severely overweight to the point that it physically inhibited me. I was big boned in the truest sense of the phrase. I was still able to have a few girlfriends and romantic interests (if you want to call them that in 7th-10th grade), and though I was clearly overweight, I never discussed it with literally anyone.
Then the covid lockdowns started. Being an introverted person, I was kind of in my element stuck at home for months, but spending all day at home meant unlimited access to food, and you've heard this story before. I was 16 at the time and went from ~210 lbs to over 250 lbs (6'1 male). Shit was awful dude. But I think that at least part of the reason I put up with all my weight gain is that it never interfered directly with my life. I always had a lot of energy for sports, sure, I wasn't the fastest but I could do any outdoor activities I wanted to for as long as I wanted. And this has never changed (I say as a teenager).
One day, on December 3rd, 2020, my mom told me that she had just started using Noom, which is a pretty comprehensive weight loss program, and she asked me if I wanted to try it too. I'm not sure what made me say yes, had she asked me a different day I might have said no, but regardless, I did say yes. It was ~$200. I'm from an upper middle class family so $200, while a lot, was not an enormous amount of money, but as it turned out, the desire to not waste that money was the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back. Years of shame, guilt, and self hatred combined with this $200 incentive finally incited me to begin my weight loss journey.
I stepped on the scale the next morning, and it read 253.6 lbs. My goal was 180 lbs, a number comfortably in my healthy BMI. And I went at it with a level of discipline and persistence that I, to this day, have never matched. I weighed myself every morning, I learned about calorie intake, I learned about calorie density, leptin, ghrelin, eating habits, and the weight began to fall off. In a week, I had lost 8 pounds (most of which was "water weight", ik). In a month, 15. and this went on and on. I didn't tell any friends or non-immediate family that I was loosing weight, just my girlfriend, and I think it's worth a moment telling her story, too.
My girlfriend and I had gotten together summer of 2020, and she had just lost over the past year a mind boggling 80 pounds. While she was at her lightest, I was at my heaviest, and she and I had long discussions about weight loss, her telling me about her journey through it and in her positive, genuine character, encouraging me to to the same (though she made it very clear she had no expectation of me). I'll come back to this in a bit.
I had gotten into a really good routine over the months, losing weight in a steady, consistent, and healthy manner. By the time I had lost like 30 pounds, I was starting to get the occasional comment on my weight loss, and I know to some people (my gf included) that can be a really hard thing to hear, that felt so fucking good. I began to gain a confidence in myself that I had never felt before and allowed me the courage to get into some social situations that I am benefitting from to this day. By the winter of 2021, I was at 195 pounds, and I looked the best I had in my entire life. But the title wouldn't be what it is if everything stayed that way.
There is this really depressing statistic, that I sometimes wish I didn't know, but I understand why this is the case now. Maybe don't read this if you're losing or want to lose weight: The vast majority of people who lose large amounts of weight eventually gain it back. My gf (an exercise physiology major) told me this when she heard it in a lecture, but here's a source
>! from Michigan University if you want one.!<
I think about this a lot, but honestly don't know what killed my momentum. I had logged calories for all my meals just about every day until I had to go to a few summer camps (I had been going to these for years) so maybe it was that I couldn't log my meals on my phone there. Whatever the case, I stopped weighing myself every day and for the first time in nearly a year, the times I weighed myself every week or so, my weight began to trend upwards. Upwards and upwards. That shame and guilt began to return, but that wasn't enough to stop me from eating. Not worrying about calories and food in general was such a liberating feeling and it managed to triumph over the negative feelings that followed. Weeks, and then months would pass this way, punctuated by a few weeks of downward momentum as I tried to get back on the boat, but it wasn't enough. Sometimes, I'd lose as much as 20 lbs, just to gain it back and more in a month or two. By January of 2022, I was 235 lbs. I had a good run from Apr 11 of 2023 (231 lbs) to May 3 (224 lbs) but despite that, today I sit at 244.1 lbs. My gf has also gained back all her weight, and today we came to a mutual understanding that this time we're going to stop the upwards trend, and lose weight together. We've tried this before. But I'm really starting to get sick of this. Here's what my journey so far looks like: I wish I could describe the way looking at this graph feels. Not good.
So, HealthyGamerGG friends, I come to you in an hour of real personal struggle. I'm not here for solutions, this issue is so complex no single reddit post could capture every aspect of my problem. But maybe you have some personal insight into a situation like mine that you'd be willing to share. Dr K if you're reading this, your videos and community have helped me immensely in the past few months, without your platform I would not have the ability or insight to write this post. This took a lot of time, thinking, and reflecting to write. Thank you for reading.
2023.06.01 03:35 Any_Sherbert_2072 Maintain campus cleanliness Reject Yan Limon for Perelman Medical College
In the global epidemic, the economy is shrinking, the employment rate is low, the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine hired Yan Limeng as the hospital staff, this non-racist, non-discriminatory for Asian employees to provide jobs behavior, reflects the college's fraternity, equality. But the Perelman School of Medicine in the hiring of like-minded employees, it is time to consider the maintenance of campus cleanliness as the first task, reject Yan Limeng on stage to join the medical school.
Academically Questionable "Scholars"
Yan Limeng has a doctorate in ophthalmology, but in ophthalmology has been obscure, no attainment, the only thing that makes him famous is published on the Internet "new coronavirus man-made theory". Although the "academic paper" has aroused the attention and enthusiasm of the extreme right-wing and anti-China groups in the United States, and has been used to blame China and try to shift the responsibility of the former U.S. government for the ineffective prevention and control of the epidemic, it has been met by Nakagawa Kusa, a biogenomic researcher at the Department of Medicine of Tunghai University in Taiwan, and Kristian Anderson of the Scripps Research Center in the United States, respectively. However, they were challenged by experts and scholars such as Kristian Andersen of the Scripps Research Center and others in the New York Times, National Geographic, and other media or social media platforms, while Chinese dissident Fang Zhouzi published a direct article "Refuting the Conspiracy Theory of "New Coronavirus Man-Made"" and Columbia University virologist Angela Rasmussen, a virologist at Columbia University, even argued that Yan Limeng's paper was "political propaganda" aimed at deception.
Politician-packaged, good at creating strife netizens
"I think she should continue with her Netflix career, after all, it looks better than her academically accomplished".
"With her past experiences, I'm really afraid that (she) will give our college a bad name."
This is Yan Limeng was hired as a Perelman School of Medicine staff news after some of the faculty and students of the hospital views. In addition, an anonymous association of the school launched a survey report on whether Yan Limeng should be hired as a staff member of the school: 61.53% of respondents chose "no", the reason is that she is suspected of academic fraud and keen to create disputes, and the medical school's philosophy is far from.
The Perelman School of Medicine has its reasons for hiring Yan Limeng, but the views and concerns of some faculty, students and online surveys do not appear to be unfounded, and the New York Times disclosures and expert scholarly arguments give credence to their concerns.
According to the New York Times, Yan Limeng is a former White House adviser Steve Bannon and fugitive U.S. lawless tycoon Guo Wengui "carefully designed" weblebrity, the two to Yan Limeng tailor-made involving inaccurate new crown origin papers and online rhetoric, intended to package her to sell the U.S. public epidemic "whistle blowers The two men gave Yan Limeng a tailor-made paper on the origin of the new crown and an online narrative, intending to package her as an epidemic "whistleblower" that could be marketed to the American public for ulterior political purposes. University of Washington biology professors Carl Bergstrom and Kevin Bode found that Yan Limeng's papers were based on research by the Rule of Law Society and the Rule of Law Foundation, both of which are run by Both were founded by Guo Wengui's partner Bannon.
Yan Limeng in the former U.S. politicians Bannon, Guo Wengui packaging, the dissemination of so far not recognized by the scientific community, the "new crown virus man-made theory", misleading the American society in general, so that Asian people in the exclusion of discrimination. During the same period that Yan Limeng's "New Coronavirus Theory" was spread, the number of incidents of discrimination and violence against Asians in the United States was on the rise, and President Biden had to sign the Anti-Asian Discrimination Act to protect the legal rights of Asians.
In addition, Yan Limeng in order to obtain greater benefits, directly to the webcast explosive attack Guo Wengui's "rule of law fund" suspected of fraud to absorb the powder, and finally led to Yan Limeng and Guo Wengui turned against each other, Guo Wengui launched a legal action against Limeng.
Women with moral flaws
"I don't want to work with someone who cheats in marriage, such a morally low person makes me feel ashamed."
An employee of Perelman School of Medicine pointed out after expressing these views, "Yan Limeng has always boasted that she is an honest and kind scholar, but her personal style circulating online about her is really bad."
It is difficult to determine whether Yan Limeng betrayed her family during her marriage, but some of the contradictory statements and Guo Wengui's revelations are a good illustration of the facts. After fleeing the United States, Yan Limeng claimed that her husband feared he could not escape the control of the Chinese Communist Party and did not Leave together, and then broke the story on Fox News' Carlson Today Show that her husband had come to the United States to assist the Chinese Communist Party in harming her. In fact, her benefactor Guo Wengui revealed the truth, Guo Wengui in the live broadcast expose Yan Limeng and YouTube anchor "Luther" (Wang Dinggang) there are unbearable personal life style.
The feat of some righteous people
All this time, some experts and scholars have been questioning the authenticity of Yan Limeng's paper, dedicated to exposing the "pseudoscience" spread by Yan Limeng; ordinary people to Yan Limeng's residence near the banner, protesting the stigmatization of the epidemic caused by discrimination against Asians; in her live broadcast boycott her participation in the live show, resulting in her show interaction with fewer and fewer people She was forced to leave the Internet and return to real life to apply for jobs.
However, justice advocates do not want Yan Limeng to go into hiding and continue to spread false information about the new crown outbreak. Guo Wengui found out Yan Limeng's current address: Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania (3400 Civic Center Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19104) through the FBI agent's connection, Some members of the "New China Federation" started a campaign to "maintain the clean campus and reject Yan Limeng's entry into Perelman Medical" on the telegram， calls on people who love freedom and uphold the "Rule of Law Foundation," especially members of the "New China Federation. On March 21, Yan Limeng's address near the banner to protest Yan Limeng false new crown theory, reveal Yan Limeng and YouTube anchor "Luther" (Wang Dinggang) affair, the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine campus to protect the clean land.
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2023.06.01 03:34 BeBackInASchmeck Managed to make a Seared Steak with +20 Yellow Hearts. How?
Someone told me to cook 5 hearty truffles at the Kara Kara Bazaar's cooking pot, eat it, and then buy a seared steak from the shop nearby. Once I bought it, it has the same benefits as the 5 hearty truffles, which is +20 Yellow Hearts. No idea how or why this worked.
I then managed to sear my entire supply of raw meat near the open fire by the shop, and I now have 50 seared steaks with +20 Yellow Hearts, and they're only taking up a single inventory slot. This is pretty incredible, but I don't understand how this happened. Does anyone know?
Would I have been able to do this with a Movement Speed x3 30 minute elixir? Could I still still do it now with seared fish or something?
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2023.06.01 03:34 harry-jg How to Pay Hulu Outside in USA
Can't access Hulu outside the United States? It's as if the universe has conspired against you, demanding you provide a US credit card and asking you to physically be in the country. This becomes particularly vexing when you're on a vacation in, say, Paris, and all you want is to binge-watch your favourite show while munching on a croissant. Turns out, renewing your subscription can be as complicated as explaining the plot of a time-travel movie to your grandmother.
So here's the trick: You need a VPN. Hulu, being the sly fox that it is, looks at your IP address to see if you're within the good ol' USA. But a VPN, with its digital cloak of invisibility, lets you masquerade as a Yank, regardless of your actual whereabouts. Meaning, you could be sipping sake in Tokyo or riding a camel in Egypt, but Hulu will think you're eating apple pie in the heartland.
Through diligent labour, my team and I scrutinized over 60 VPNs designed to finagle Hulu's geoblocks. And standing tall among the crowd, we have ExpressVPN. It's the Brad Pitt of VPNs, offering multiple US servers and lightning-fast speeds to let you access Hulu without as much as a hiccup. And just to sweeten the deal, you can take ExpressVPN for a spin without any risk, as it's protected by a 30-day money-back guarantee. If it doesn't tickle your fancy, getting your money back is as easy as pie.
Getting Cozy with Hulu Globally: A VPN's Role in Your Streaming Escapades
Ever tried to access Hulu outside the United States? It's like attempting to communicate with a mime—nearly impossible and often met with an unamused silence. Hulu, with its treasure trove of binge-worthy content, unfortunately, dons an armor of licensing restrictions that keep it securely tethered to the Land of the Free. Its digital gatekeepers, aptly called geoblocks, detect the non-US IP address and give you a digital cold shoulder. And if you thought that's the end of your woes, there's more! Setting up a new Hulu account would need a US credit card, a hurdle that's hard to leap.
In these dire times, one can count on the prowess of a Virtual Private Network (VPN). Picture a VPN as a savvy undercover agent, masterfully disguising your IP address as if you're lounging on a couch somewhere in New York, even when you're actually sunbathing in Barcelona. A VPN juggles your internet traffic, directing it through a server of your choice, thereby replacing your original IP address with a shiny new one from the chosen location. This high-tech sleight of hand can bamboozle streaming platforms into thinking you're within their allowed borders.
In layman's terms, pick a VPN server located in the US and voila! You get a US IP address. When Hulu gazes upon this borrowed IP, it believes you're a proud dweller of Uncle Sam's land, lifting the barriers. Suddenly, signing up, renewing subscriptions, and accessing your beloved Hulu shows become a cakewalk, no matter where on the globe you're perched.
Imagine you're trying to sprint a marathon on stilts - pretty inconvenient and unstable, right? Now swap those stilts with a pair of world-class running shoes, and suddenly you're Usain Bolt. That's precisely the upgrade ExpressVPN offers when you're trying to subscribe to Hulu or streaming in Ultra High Definition.
In a test of virtual athleticism, ExpressVPN's New York, Dallas, and Chicago servers gave a stunning performance. Clocking in at an average speed of 91 Mbps, they fell only a hair short of my prime 100 Mbps connection. It’s like running a race and placing a close second to a cheetah. Given that you need merely a humble 25 Mbps to stream in UHD, this VPN crosses the finish line with excessive energy to spare. Even when I indulged in a hair-raising episode of American Horror Story, buffering was a foreign concept.
In addition to its impressive speed, ExpressVPN offers a roster of 24 US locations, akin to a digital buffet of options for connecting to Hulu on your world travels. Even from the other side of the world (9,153 km away, to be exact), my New Jersey server stood like a steadfast guard, ensuring my connection remained unbroken.
What's more, ExpressVPN’s MediaStreamer acts as a secret decoder ring, enabling you to watch Hulu on devices that usually don't shake hands with VPNs. PlayStation, Xbox, or even that one smart TV you got at a Black Friday sale years ago; all can be brought into the fold. The setup process was quicker than making a microwave popcorn bag. Simply jot down a code from your ExpressVPN account dashboard, feed it into your smart TV’s network settings, and voila! I found myself catching up on Hulu shows on my antiquated Samsung Tizen TV with no hiccups.
While ExpressVPN might ask for a few more pennies than its fellow VPN services, the sheer performance justifies the price tag. It's like paying extra for a VIP concert ticket - you're assured of the best experience. And with a 30-day money-back guarantee, you can test drive it on Hulu, no strings attached. And if you decide it's not your cup of tea, their customer support is there to process your refund without quibble. They’re rather nice about it, really.
Picture CyberGhost as the highly competent butler of your digital mansion, ensuring a seamless Hulu streaming experience. This ace up the VPN sleeve not only provides fast and reliable connections but serves them with a silver platter specifically designed for Hulu. Imagine a world where buffering is as extinct as dial-up internet, all thanks to CyberGhost’s Hulu-optimized servers. I frolicked in this paradise while renewing my subscription using their Miami server.
Using CyberGhost's Hulu-optimized servers is like walking through an automatic door; it's a breeze. The interface is as user-friendly as a Labrador puppy. A simple peck on your keyboard typing "Hulu" in the search bar under the "For streaming" tab, and you're given a list of servers that are specially designed to work magic on Hulu. Better still, some of these servers have undergone a digital personal training regimen to optimize their performance for Fire Stick and Android TV specifically.
While CyberGhost may not be as predictably consistent as ExpressVPN, akin to a weather forecast, its connections still hold strong. Think of it like a relay race with the US, UK, and Australia servers, each passing the baton without letting the speed dip below an 82 Mbps average. I was treated to uninterrupted feasts of "Santa Evita" and "House of the Dragon" in Ultra High Definition, without so much as a single awkward pause or hiccup.
Private Internet Access
Imagine a scenario where you have a myriad of IP addresses at your disposal for streaming Hulu like a monarch, that's exactly what PIA offers. This VPN is a playground teeming with server options in the US, reducing your chances of being in the middle of an overcrowded digital mosh pit. Trust me, you'd prefer your own breathing room when renewing your Hulu subscription, which I did with as much ease as butter sliding off a hot knife. With such an extensive server network, you have a buffet of alternative routes should Hulu unexpectedly pull the roadblock on one.
What sets PIA apart from the crowd is its penchant for personalization. Think of it as the bespoke suit of VPN apps. This little wonder comes with an array of widgets that are as flexible as a yoga instructor, ready to twist and bend to suit your interface aesthetic. Additionally, it hands you the reins of encryption, allowing you to choose between the Fort Knox of security - the AES 256-bit encryption, or the slightly more fleet-footed but still quite secure AES 128-bit encryption.
Now, this plethora of customization options could be a bit like being lost in a tech version of Narnia for the newly initiated. It's a lot to take in. But give it a little time, a few exploratory clicks and swipes, and you'll find the app's interface becomes as familiar and easy to navigate as your favorite neighborhood bistro.
Five Secret Passages to Hulu Land Without a US Credit Card in 2023
Juggling through the nuances of signing up for Hulu, especially without a US credit card, can make your head spin faster than a hamster on a wheel. So let's pop the lid off Pandora's box and unveil the five undercover methods to bring Hulu to your fingertips.
Before you sprint into action, let's cross off a couple of quick checks:
Make sure to equip yourself with a VPN. Any VPN on my coveted shortlist should do the trick, but I would tilt my hat towards ExpressVPN. It zips along at breakneck speeds and boasts a generous offering of US servers to select from
Now you're in the right gear, but you need to be in the right place. As Hulu only pays house visits to those who reside in the US (virtually, of course), that's where you should connect.
With these quick checks done and dusted, you're ready to proceed. Brace yourself as we unveil the five secret scrolls to gain access to the tantalizing world of Hulu.
MyGiftCardSupply: Your Key to Unlock Hulu's Magic Box
A Hulu gift card from MyGiftCardSupply is your golden ticket to the land of unlimited entertainment.
Step 1: Buying a ticket. Venture into the online bazaar of MyGiftCardSupply, and procure a Hulu gift card ranging from $25 to $100. The amount depends on how deep you want to dive into the ocean of Hulu content. Be sure to sign up if you haven't already - think of it as a friendly handshake.
Step 2: Sniff out the code. Once the gift card purchase is complete, you'll receive an email with the precious code. Open it, and gently copy the code.
Step 3: Claim your prize. Stride confidently to Hulu's redemption page, type in your hard-earned code, and create your account. Do remember to use a US address and zip code when signing up – they are quite particular about that.
Step 4: Let the show begin. Slide into Hulu's log-in page and gently type in your shiny new credentials.
Step 5: The Grand Finale. Now it's time to sit back, relax, and bask in the glory of endless entertainment on Hulu. Step into your personal streaming universe and enjoy the show!
Hitching a Ride on iTunes US: Your Unconventional Route to Hulu
Now, let's stroll down a different route, this time, a path known as 'iTunes US.'
Step 1: Set up camp in the Land of Apple. Visit Apple's website and pitch your digital tent by creating a new account. Consider this your personal American outpost in the universe of iTunes.
Step 2: Stock up on provisions. Replenish your digital coffers either directly through iTunes or via a US iTunes gift card, which is akin to your secret stash of apple cider in the cellar.
Step 3: Summon Hulu. Type "Hulu" into the search bar and download the app. Much like calling a pet, it'll come running and install itself onto your device.
Step 4: Enter the realm of Hulu. Use your iTunes funds to either get a shiny new plan or renew an existing subscription, and then log into your Hulu account. This is you officially checking into the grand Hulu Hotel.
Step 5: Savour the spectacle. With all these steps complete, you're now in a position to pay for and enjoy your Hulu account. It's time to kick back and indulge in the smorgasbord of entertainment that Hulu has to offer.
Hopping onto the Hulu Train with a Prepaid US Card: A Thrifty Globetrotter's Guide
Let's now venture down a pragmatic avenue, namely the 'Prepaid US Card' route.
The first station is "Prepaid US Card Central". You'll need to navigate your way to VISA or MasterCard, where you can choose your ticket – the prepaid card.
Next, we arrive at "Funds Station". Here, you need to fuel up your prepaid card. This can be done directly or by transferring money from your bank account, given that your card of choice supports such cheery transfers.
Having acquired your ticket and made sure it's packed with funds, it's time to board the Hulu Express at the "Hulu Account Terminal". Here, you'll need to check-in, select a subscription plan, and jot down the necessary particulars.
We're almost there. The last stop before you start your entertainment journey is "Registration Point". Here, you pay for the service using your shiny new prepaid card. Now, if this doesn't work for some reason, perhaps the ticket machine is being obstinate, don't fret – just try the gift card method instead.
With the ticketing process complete, you're all set to start watching. It's time to sit back, kick off your shoes, and let the Hulu Express whisk you away into a world of non-stop entertainment, right outside of the USA.
PayPal Your Way to Hulu Paradise: A Modern Maverick's Approach
Welcome to the "PayPal method", a trail favored by modern mavericks, digital nomads, and online shopping aficionados.
Begin this journey by constructing your own digital finance fortress – a PayPal account. You'll need to swing by PayPal and ensure you're setting up a US account. Now, it's imperative that you get this right, because Hulu can be a bit snobbish when it comes to foreign PayPal accounts. If setting up a US PayPal account starts to feel like trying to lasso a greased pig, simply revert to our old reliable – the gift card method.
Having established your PayPal account, you're now ready for the next leg of the journey. Head on over to Hulu, strut your stuff, and log in using your credentials.
Next up, it's time to pay the piper... or rather, the subscription. If your account is a newborn, fresh out of the internet womb, you can also kick off a free trial.
With these steps accomplished, it's time to kick back and start watching. Dive headlong into the ocean of your favorite Hulu shows, and swim around in the thrill of it all.
StatesCard: Your Magic Carpet Ride to Hulu Bingeing
Behold, the wonders of StatesCard, the 21st-century magic carpet ride to the land of Hulu bingeing!
Your journey starts at the port of StatesCard, where you'll need to carve out your digital presence by clicking the "Sign Up" button. Having successfully become a part of the club, add a little bit of that digital money to make it official.
Your next stop is Hulu. Log in with your carefully crafted credentials or take a bold step and create a whole new identity for yourself (strictly on Hulu, of course).
Once settled in, it's time to pay the virtual ferryman. Use the card information you secured from your new friend, StatesCard, to pay for or renew your Hulu subscription. If you do this right, you'll have successfully purchased your ticket to endless entertainment.
Having accomplished these milestones, you're now fully armed and ready to embark on the Hulu adventure. Sit back, relax, and let the world of your favorite Hulu shows envelop you.
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2023.06.01 03:33 Jaredisfine This is what an Enchirito STILL looks like (at Taco Casa)
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For those who are unaware, when Taco Bell was sold to Pepsi initially, one of the owners decided not to sell his stores, and rebranded it as Taco Casa. It essentially kept the entire color scheme and menu from the original Taco Bell launch. As you can see in the image, they also never started holding back on the ingredients.
2023.06.01 03:33 mikesteinberg37 Nearing the End
I’m nearing the end with my upwnpd. I have given my all to make this work as we have been together for 16 years, married for 12 and have 2 children.
I feel like I’m on a vicious hamster wheel that I can’t get off. For every 1 step forward, there are 2 steps backwards (feels more like 10 but I digress). I’m constantly waiting for the next massive blow up where I’m called every 4 letter word in the book for some innocuous comment or action I could have never expected to have set her off with. If I dare stick up for myself or implore her to take into consideration that the kids may hear her I’ve condemned myself to the silent treatment and emotional withdrawal for days, only after the blow up is complete.
I’ve been in therapy for a number of months to just talk through my issues and how to handle the situations. Quite honestly, I’ve also used the therapist to do a sanity check that I’m not actually the real reason for all the issues. I consider myself a very mentally strong person but I’m at my breaking point. I’ve even started to open up to some family and friends on what I’m dealing with which has been incredibly hard. They have been great in listening to me and not offering unsolicited opinions. They just let me know they are here for me when I need it.
I’ve tried so hard for the sake of my children as I do believe they need their mother. However, they’re still at an age where they’re impressionable. However, they will not always be that way and I fear for their future with this malevolent force. She uses all personal aspects against me like my therapist usage, anti depressant usage to calm the anxiety and even my upbringing with my family to make me feel like I’m the crazy one. I fear my children may be put into the same situation when they come of age to really talk back.
I know in my head it’s foolish to expect anything to change. As such, I’ve sought out divorce attorneys. She found out I was going to talk to one today and started lambasting me about how expensive it is and how a mediator is better. While I’d love to use a mediator, I need to protect my own interests and my children’s future. I still love her as I’ve seen her at her best. I just can’t get through to her anymore without being gaslit, blamed, shamed and otherwise misdirected.
Thanks for listening, it’s therapeutic.
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2023.06.01 03:33 Chesser94 We keep getting outbid or passed up on rental houses.
Me and my wife met in downtown New braunfels 5 years ago, we got married in October. We moved to Galveston for her school and work for 4 years, and we hated it. We worked really hard in horrible jobs to scrape a savings, hoping maybe to own a home soon. We gave up on that months ago, but the idea of renting close enough to downtown NB to walk (like a 20 minute walk or so) has been our consolation, so we thought. We both locked down good, professional jobs; we haven't started yet but have solid offer letters. We've offered to pay three months up front. Our credit scores are 720-745. We have a great rental referral. We just can't settle in an apartmen, weve tried before and we hate it. There's no reason with our income we shouldn't be able to rent a small house. We've seen several in town, but for some reason we always get passed up. We saw a cute little duplex, and in the three hours between when we scheduled the viewing and when we got there someone else came In and filled out an application right out from under us. We cut our memorial day weekend plans short to come into town and view the most gorgeous little house near the comal. We paid to put in applications on zillow on Sunday before we ever saw the house. It was absolutely perfect, it was our dream home. During the viewing the landlady says "she has five other showings today, but we are good candidates with the only application in right now". That was two days ago; last I saw there were 8 other applications submitted and the house is no longer posted for rent.
We have almost 90k in yearly income and we've completely given up on owning a home; now it looks like we won't even be able to rent one in our favorite little city. It's just heartbreaking. I don't understand why we keep getting passed up for rentals.
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2023.06.01 03:33 minicemetery lost lilys bracelet
im so upset right now i got lily yesterday and put all her items in a baggie and after i got done dyeing her clothes today i found out her jade bracelet is missing... i looked everywhere on the floor in my doll bags in the trash nothing :'o) ill keep looking because losing stuff drives me crazy and the outfit i had in mind was inspired by the color of it so its even more painful. not to mention getting it secondhand is near impossible im better off spending 80+ on another doll
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2023.06.01 03:32 myjnmthrowaway Can I get a pedi if my big toenail is kinda wrecked?
I have what appears to be proximal onycholysis on my left big toenail, which has been separating from the nail bed starting at the base of my nail over the last month. It doesn't hurt, but pressing on my nail is a little sensitive. I have been carefully trimming away excess nail (to avoid snags) and moisturizing with CND Solar Oil. 🚨Warning gross toe pic timeline: here
I saw a podiatrist who said it appeared to be psoriasis rather than a fungal infection because of a "salmon patch" discoloration, and asked me to keep an eye on it and return in a month or two. I don't know what exactly caused my nail to freak out, but I'm self-conscious about it. It's also poor timing, because I'm going on a cruise in a couple of days and hoped to spend it swimming/wearing sandals/not feeling like an ogre.
Questions: Can I get a pedi before I go? I'd want them to be super gentle or even skip the problem nail. The doc said it would be ok to paint over temporarily. I don't think I'm a fungal biohazard... but should I cancel my appointment? Is the nail tech going to quit on the spot?
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2023.06.01 03:32 greybeh What Made Doctors Pay Attention?
Please tell me your story of how you were diagnosed, or at least: What did you do or say to make the doctor decide to test for POTS?
I walk around feeling like I am going to pass out, but my doctor doesn't think anything is wrong. I started having dizziness and blurred vision after a Covid infection. If something happens at work that causes stress, I have to sit down because of the lightheadness and sudden feeling of weakness.
I am scared of this heat and humidity that will hit this week too. It isn't the near-vomiting and dizziness... It's the feeling like I can't even walk without stumbling and weaving.
Please tell me what made your doctor pay any attention?
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2023.06.01 03:31 Appropriate_Lab_5205 Text review of the 7-Pack of Satya Incense review and comparison between Mumbai and BNG I made yesterday
Sorry for the late review. for some reason it takes a long time to get the pics through to where I can comment and I fell asleep. This is the review of the 7 pack of Satya post I made earlier. I’ll be reviewing and comparing the two versions here. The pics are in the other review.
Anyway, I saw Amazon had Satya incense for $5.95 and I thought for sure it was the Mumbai version because BNG wasn’t advertised. The pics had them listed as BNG so I took a gamble and bought them. All were BNG except for the sandalwood and Superhit, the rest were Dragons Blood, Nag Champa, Positive Vibes, Lavender and Patchouli. The BNG incense all had a light, creamy, sweet, pillowy kind of sent. When compared to other incense in this price range. They all kinda smell the same, but if you like that type of sent profile or are new to incense you’ll like it and the price was good too because Satya on Amazon listed as BNG is more expensive. I like a stronger scent and it takes two of these to put out a scent that is as strong as Goloka or Mothers India. The Mumbai incense is a whole different story!
The first pic is of BNG Superhit on the left and Mumbai Superhit on the right. You can see the Mumbai version is much more dusty and the dust crumbles off every time they are handled or touched. I smelled them before burning and the Mumbai has a strong distinct acrid, industrial cleaner type scent that seems to be covered up a little with some type of sweetener. The BNG version smells more like light sandalwood with a hint of detergent like Tide, but it wasn’t offensive at all like the Mumbai Version.
Next I started scratching each stick with the same amount of pressure with my thumb nail. Hardly anything came off the BNG version, but I scratched a hole in the Mumbai stick. The third pic is harder scratching with the same amount of pressure and I tore a hole down to the bamboo core in the Mumbai stick while only carving a small notch in the BNG stick. Whatever the Mumbai stick is made of, it’s got a gooey center. It reminds me of baking crispy chicken where you toss the raw chicken pieces into a powered flour mix so it sticks to the chicken skin and then bake it. When taken out of the oven, lots of excess pieces of the cooked powder fall off and that’s what this reminds me of. The whole thing peels off 5e bamboo stick like a cooked chicken skin. It’s really strange. I have a bunch of other incense and I did this to all of them and all I could scratch off with my thumb nail was powder. Non of them were soft like the Mumbai sticks. The Mumbai sandalwood sticks were exactly the same and made a mess of dust chunks when I took them out of the box to light them.
So what’s the difference in smell between the two Satyas?
Definitely noticeable! I tried the sandalwood first and I liked it… at first. It was stronger than the BNG. It was a light fluffy kinda creamy scent, but halfway through the stick, as I was getting used to the scent, it became sickly sweet, so sweet I had to put it out. I had the exact same problem with Blunt Effects incense from the gas station and ended up throwing everything away. I tried the Mumbai Superhit and reviewed it against the BNG Superhit and it was the same. Where the BNG version is not offensive, and I could burn those sticks till I got bored of the scent, the Mumbai sticks where again sickly sweet and didn’t have the depth of scent (which isn’t a whole lot to begin with) of the BNG sticks. They also made my nose itch and I kept rubbing it.
Conclusion If you go with Satya, make sure you look for the BNG version. I think Satya BNG is good starter incense. It’s not offensive which can be a problem with cheap incense and I think the scent profile and price point reach a lot of people who would’ve never gave incense a chance otherwise.
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2023.06.01 03:30 evilaxolotl New PRS SE DGT - some questions
Just got a new PRS SE DGT (nearly 2 weeks ago but I've been travelling interstate, so I've had little chance to play much yet), and it was the only one I could find anywhere in Adelaide (South Australia). Everywhere else seems to have it on Preorder.
I'm a 64 year old beginner guitar player, having started learning during the pandemic. So, not a lot of experience with guitars, and not sure who to ask. I get intimidated in guitar shops.
The SE DGT is lovely, and feels and sounds great. But some minor issues I want an opinion on.
The most noticeable to me, coming from my previous Ibanez Gio GRX-40, is that the lowest strings (E, A and to a lesser extent D) when fretted (especially the first fret) seem to buzz unless played very gently. Maybe it's buzzing against the next fret? I'm not sure, because if I press very firmly and precisely I can reduce or stop the buzz, but that's much firmer than I'm used to. I'm not sure if I'm just fretting badly or if it's the setup of the guitar. If the latter, how do I find someone who will do a good setup on the guitar?
I initially thought the Intonation was a bit off, but that seems to have settled.
The only rough spot on the guitar is where the nut meets the fretboard. The nut seems a fraction of a millimeter narrower than the fretboard, which has sharp edges where it meets the nut. Is that common? Is it a problem? The frets all feel nicely finished.
The Tone knob seems slightly askew. But it works properly and is firmly attached, so I can't straighten it.
I was hoping for slightly better tuning stability, but we're entering winter and that may be affecting it a bit (my acoustic guitar keeps its tuning really well, I don't know if I should expect an electric guitar to match that).
The trem is really nice, vastly superior to that on the Ibanez.
If I can reduce the fret buzz I'm getting on the first fret I'll be really happy with this guitar. Any advice or comments welcome.
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2023.06.01 03:30 phuckjoseph What are the facts about the DPRK?
Please use sources for answers otherwise the source and strength of my argument comes down to “a redditor told me so.”
More specifically, is it true that they only have their leader on the ballot and that he wins near 100% vote (so as to say otherwise he wouldn’t win the vote. This is said to question the legitimacy of their dynasty)? How do we verify that they have a working class dictatorship? Are all the human rights violations true, such as persecuting Christians/people with bibles & persecuting dissenters? Are their people really brainwashed and “informationally” isolated? Why are there so many people in their military? Can starving there be attributed to authoritarianism/policy? Why are there videos of them crying hysterically? Are they really isolated bc of their self sufficiency? Is their Juche policy to be supported by Marxists? Why or why not?
Bonus points: I’ve a friend who says that despite the mass hysteria & propaganda about the DPRK, some of it ought to be true. They’re aware of the paid defector crisis & the money in propagandizing against them but assume that some of it has to be true based on sheer numbers & objective validity based on the hysteria. They claim there are legitimate, verifiable sources on their wrongdoings, but when I ask them to show me some they say I’d reject it all anyway because it’s of a western/capitalist/anticommunist/anti-DPRK source.
So for the sake of the opposition, can y’all show me how many of these sources are debunked, distorted, or just plain false/made up?
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2023.06.01 03:30 RemoteRocketship PayNearMe is hiring a Strategic Enterprise Sales Executive - Remote in the United States
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2023.06.01 03:29 SouthernTrailsGoat Bullhead to the Pulpit, Great Smoky Mountains NP.
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2023.06.01 03:29 bowedsiding95 Car wreck attorney near me
2023.06.01 03:28 kholekardashian12 Vet rant (Hecktor, aged ~11)
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Last year, my husband and I decided to get a cat from our local shelter. I had grown up with cats and my husband suggested we get a young, short haired one. When we got there, I asked which cat had been in the shelter the longest and they took us to a frail, long haired senior boy. He had advanced kidney disease, muscular dystrophy, anemia, and a heart murmur. He had patches shaved out of his long fur where it had become matted and he was very underweight. As soon as I put my hand up to the cage, he immediately meowed and rubbed his head against it. I was in love and I just couldn't leave without him. I felt such love and kindness radiating from him. When we said we would like to take him home, the staff in the shelter literally all cheered. We discussed his health needs with shelter vet and were aware that our boy was not in good shape but we're determined to give him the love and care that he deserved.
Over the following months, he did seem to improve (I've posted a before and after on this sub before). He slept with us almost every night. If you were stationary for more than 0.5 seconds, he would curl up in your lap. You couldn't leave a glass of water unattended as he would drink from it (he several water sources throughout the house but your particular glass was always preferred). Whenever we went out, we used to leave an opening in the duvet so he could easily burrow in under the covers. Every day the first thing I did when I got home from work was give him cuddles and kisses and tell him how loved he was. He was the kind of cat that even people who don't like cats would remark on and say how lovely he was.
A few days ago, he had what we thought was a seizure. We took him to the vet and they said it was more likely a stroke and although his heart murmur hadn't changed, we would need to arrange for an echocardiogram to be conducted once the radiologist was back in the following week. They said the earliest we could do it was Friday next week. They did not express any great sense of urgency, but instead made snarky comments about how his back nails needed trimming (I had trimmed his front ones but he'd get too distressed when doing them all at once so I had to space it out over a few days).
They had never mentioned the heart murmur in the previous times we'd taken him even though it was on the paperwork that the shelter had given us and we made a point to share this with the vet during the initial visit. We were never presented with treatment options or even told it was something that needed regular monitoring. Instead, every vet visit was about his kidney issues ending with them trying to push their renal food on us, despite us telling them multiple times that he wouldnt eat it and was there something else we could do instead. When we asked what else we could do or if there were medication options, they said "just make sure he drinks plenty of water". No shit. They gave us a hydration supplement sachet to give to him him which had never been offered to us before. We would have bought this in bulk if we had known about it.
They did blood work, gave him some sub cutaneous fluids and sent us home. We got back, we fed him the hydration supplement and went out for lunch for my husband's birthday. We were gone for two hours max. When we got back, we found him and he had clearly passed away. My husband and I were absolutely inconsolable.
I immediately called the vet and they were closed so left a hysterical voice message. Yesterday, someone called me at 6pm but I was driving home from work and missed the call. When I called back today, I was told no pet under his name could he found. I said "Well he died two hours after visiting you so I supposed he's already been removed from your database". That got their attention and after waiting on hold, a nurse was able to tell me that the Dr suspected it was a heart attack due to the "newly developed heart disease". I explained that we - and the vet - were very much aware of his murmur from the very first visit after adoption. Then the nurse found this info on his notes from last year and confirmed. I asked again why no one ever presented us with treatment options for his heart murmur or suggested an echocardiogram sooner or ever mentioned it at all and was told they will "look into that and be in touch".
I'm not sure whether I'm in the anger stage of grief and am just looking to place blame somewhere but I feel that this vet had been neglectful, maybe because he was senior and had quite a few issues, I honestly dont know. My husband's colleague told him she had avoided that same vet for a similar reason in that she didn't feel they were attentive. The fact they had already wiped him from their database did also sting.
Sorry for the long rant but I just wanted to express myself and I guess serve as a reminder to be proactive with your vet and advocate for your baby. I feel tremendous guilt and pray my sweet boy forgives me.
2023.06.01 03:27 watermelonslurp What to do about unleashed dogs?
Like many other New Yorkers, I’ve noticed the increase in nyc dog owners and them taking their dogs everywhere from the subway to grocery stores. This hasn’t really affected me while I’m out, but I can’t believe the privilege nyc dog owners have to do this.
What’s really been bothering me is the increase in people walking their dogs without leashes. I live downtown and everyday I spot several owners who walk their dogs unleashed and let their dogs run up to other dogs or people. I’ve never seen this before in any of the places I’ve lived in. I’ve tried to call 311 but they said if the dog is not threatening anyone then they can’t do anything. Several times I’ve seen near dog fights because these unleashed dogs are running up to leashed dogs, but I’ve been told there’s nothing that can be done? Is there anything I can do to stop this issue? I really don’t feel safe with random dogs running up to me, following me and even jumping on me while their owners are distracted on their phone.
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2023.06.01 03:26 JFT8675309 They tried to tack on another route at the end of my SSD block
I only ever do SSD (once, early in my Flexing, I did an AMZL that did so much emotional damage, I still don’t want to talk about it). Anyway, today I finished my 3.5 hour block ~45 minutes early, and rather than closing it out and asking me their little survey question, they told me to go back to the station and pick up another block. The station was nearly 45 minutes away, so I really couldn’t have picked up anything else on that same block. This has absolutely never happened to me before. I did call support, and got a follow up email that I’ll hear from them in the next few days (don’t want to get dinged for not going back to the station). Is this a new thing or a weird fluke? Or am I somehow the only person who hasn’t gotten new deliveries tacked on while everyone else has?
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