2022.01.24 03:55 eartharbour You either die a hero or..... recently acquired 2 favourites!
2022.01.24 03:55 Faithismyname08 Stunning Socotra
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2022.01.24 03:55 khensational Superglide Glass Skates Review and Glide Test on 4 different pads.
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2022.01.24 03:55 Sruugrym [Repost][Marketing] Users' rooms setups (All welcome)
2022.01.24 03:55 vanityofjay29 Boracay vies for business events, conferences
2022.01.24 03:55 Boom10101 First real go with all the addons I've made for my machines. The sword was made on another machine years ago, but the entirety of the mount was made on the same machine today. This piece used the router, laser and fdm addons. I tried to think of something for the rotary to do, but came up short.
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2022.01.24 03:55 mryoloo How low can we go ?
2022.01.24 03:55 DeCryingShame Need Help Getting Started
I'm pretty sure I'm suffering from candida overgrowth. When I was a baby, I was sick a lot and I was given antibiotics all the time. I also ate a diet high in sugar and starch growing up. Finally, I have had life-long PTSD from trauma as a child, meaning I've been in a heightened state of anxiety most of my life.
The last couple years I've had itching all over my body. It was under control for a while by taking diatomaceous earth but that started causing low blood pressure and I had to stop. The itching is insane. I've looked into possible reasons for it and candida fits best.
I've been trying to eat an anti-candida diet but I'm not doing so good. I'll be alright for a while but then start obsessing with sugar and carbs. I always give in eventually. I'm also really confused by all the conflicting information. I'm not sure what I should be doing.
Where do I start? How to I get past the crazy urges? And how do I do all this without spending a ton of money?
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2022.01.24 03:55 ngatiara In anticipation of a (hopefully!!!) wedding pack, I built a wedding venue in Sulani! With various area's designed for the perfect wedding and a bridal suite, my sims just had the cutest wedding there.
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2022.01.24 03:55 cryptocalbot AMA (Ask Me Anything) - DoragonLand (DOR): January 24, 2022 2:00 PM UTC
2022.01.24 03:55 greyfalcon333 Biden Outperforms Nation's Expectations For First Year By Still Being Alive
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2022.01.24 03:55 vanityofjay29 UNESCO lists Viking-era wooden sailboats on heritage list
2022.01.24 03:55 RemoteGameJobs QA Analyst/Tester
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2022.01.24 03:55 HellcatLover Inshallah
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2022.01.24 03:55 RemoteGameJobs Senior UI Artist
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2022.01.24 03:55 L-Genome Real stuck on 11-20 here (more info below)
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2022.01.24 03:55 HalfWaySlick Can someone explain how this sign isn’t illegal?
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2022.01.24 03:55 12midnights Trigger warning
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2022.01.24 03:55 purplemari Kpop Groups that Have Impacted the Industry in Some Way (Could be good or bad, small or big)
So just like the title says, what are some Kpop groups that have left a mark on the industry in some way. Could be a positive impact or a negative one. They no longer have to be a group, or they can still be active, either way. It doesn't have to be anything groundbreaking (though it can be) but even if it's something small or insignificant, try to at least give some explanation and reasoning as to why you think that is. Just a little side note: I realize that there is potential for inaccuracies here or debate since obviously I don't know the whole history of Kpop. I started getting into Kpop towards the end of 2nd gen and early 3rd gen, but my interest levels varied and it's impossible to keep up with every group. If you know more about certain groups or older groups in particular, please feel free to correct me.
Here are some that come to mind right away:
BTS: Expanding Kpop internationally and also self-made variety content.
So, two things here. The first is how they helped to make Kpop more of an international genre, one that can compete with western music on a global scale. Obviously, there are other artists and groups who have contributed to this change (PSY, BlackPink, Twice, 2NE1, Big Bang, Girls Generation, etc.), but I think most people would agree that BTS have really spearheaded this shift and have forced a historically xenophobic music industry to pay at least a little bit more attention to Kpop. I also think they have demonstrated the monetary benefits and power of international fan bases, whereas previously most companies only really cared about popularity with K-fans, and maybe fans from China or Japan. The other is how they've contributed to variety content. Again, I'm sure they weren't the only ones who did something like this early on, but I think shows like BTS Run and their other more personalized content helped to change how companies sought to promote their groups, and I think it made them realize that there were more options that just TV or more traditional variety shows.
Seventeen: Helped to normalize or at least quell fears about large groups.
I can't really recall there being any long-term successful groups with particularly large numbers prior to Seventeen, though I could of course be wrong. Before Seventeen, I think both fans and companies didn't like the idea of having extremely large groups for a number of reasons. From the company's perspective, the more members the more expensive it is, and making a profit is not guaranteed. For fans, it can be sort of intimidating to stan a very large group, and it becomes easier to forget members. But Seventeen really showed that it's possible to have a highly successful group with more than 10 members. I think their success goes to show that there are certain special appeals and benefits to having a big group, for example with dance formations. As for the fans, they made us work hard and expand the capabilities of our mind so that we could learn all of their names, positions, face, birth sign, etc.
Shinee and Super Junior: Longevity of Kpop Groups
Both of these groups have had a pretty similar trajectories in terms of career. They are some of the few 2nd gen groups that are not only still together but also still pretty active and continue to promote projects together. I think prior to this, it was expected that a group would be together for a few years (expectations differing depending on popularity and the company), make some money during that time, and then disband once the contract was over so that members could pursue their own things (acting, solo career, regular job, etch). I think they have also changed the expectations and standards for idols in terms of ages and shown that you can still be an active idol well into your thirties and even forties.
Ateez: Facial Expressions and Stage Presence
This one might be more up for debate since they are the youngest group up on here and they are still not as widely known in Korea. However, I still think they have had a big impact on Kpop as a genre and as a performance art, and will continue to do so as we move further along into 4th gen. Until recently (last few years), I didn't really hear that many fans talking about idol's facial expressions or stage presence, at least in the same way that it's talked about now. Sometimes people would talk about it in regard to solo artists like G-Dragon, CL, Hyuna, etc., but I rarely ever saw this being a popular topic for idol groups as a whole. In the past, idols were trained to focus more on being synchronized and looking nice on stage (and that's not necessarily a bad thing, it's just different trends), and a cute wink or smile would suffice. Sometimes there were members who naturally had these abilities (such as the aforementioned idols), but they were usually rare cases and not something that idols trained for. I think Ateez have shifted that standard going into 4th gen, as they were one of the first groups that I saw that really emphasized the performance aspect of Kpop as a group, and really committed to embracing a concept with their whole body, to the point that many people were surprised or even overwhelmed initially. They didn't hesitate to exaggerate or even look "ugly" with their facial expressions and movements, which really went against more traditional expectations for idol performances. These days I see a lot more discussion about stage presence and facial expressions for idol groups, and I think Ateez were the ones to really ignite that trend.
Stray Kids (3racha): Emphasis on Self Producing
Once again, I want to state the obvious before people come for me; Stray Kids were not the first or only idol group to ever have self-produced music. I think the thing that differentiates them is that they were one of the first groups that had a designated team of members right from the start that worked on creating a good chunk of the group's music, and it's almost become like another position akin to something like main vocalist or main dancer. They also were very open and with their involvement and right from the start a lot of their behind-the-scenes content demonstrated that involvement and process. I think this is different from older groups because most groups would maybe have one or two members help to occasionally write lyrics and compose, but it was usually more behind the scenes, and it was usually when groups were a bit older. Nowadays I think companies have seen the benefits and appeals of having idol members who can compose and write lyrics (as opposed to hiring an independent producer and lyricist) and have actually begun to train idols in that area or look for trainees who have that skill.
2NE1: Opportunities for Girl Groups
There have been many impactful girl groups, but I think 2NE1 really helped to expand the possibilities and potential concepts for girl groups. I think their fiery and badass image and concept showed that girl groups had more options than just cute or sexy (nothing wrong with either of those) and they really pushed the limits on what people thought girl groups were capable of in terms of achievements. I believe they were one of the first girl groups to ever go on a world tour and were even able to make gains on billboard and other western charts, which was very rare back then.
Big Bang (S******): Kpop Scandals and Idol Image
I know this is a touchy subject for some, especially for some VIPs but this is the reality (this is directed at him and not the rest of the Big Bang members). This isn't the first significant Kpop scandal, nor is it the first time that an idol has shown their true colors, but it is probably one of the biggest and most serious scandals in Kpop. It went beyond an idol just being 2-faced or whatever and put a spotlight on how corrupt and disgusting the entertainment industry can be, and in extension, how disgusting and horrible idols can be in their real life. This is definitely a negative impact, but I guess you could see a silver lining in the sense that it shattered the rose-colored lens that some fans had towards Kpop. It really hit home the message that we as fans don't really know who idols are behind the camera and sometimes the real deal is going to be ugly and disappointing.
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2022.01.24 03:55 boliingpan How to automate downloading pdfs from an Ereader?
I have a subscription to an E-reader and can download only one page at a time via Ctrl+Shift+5 command in opera browser and have to save the pdf and then have to click next and so on. This is very laborious process and very mechanical for downloading a complete book. Can someone guide me on how to automate this? or can you suggest a completely different approach altogether?
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2022.01.24 03:55 OliverPrezibela .
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2022.01.24 03:55 cryptocalbot Cipher Token - $CPR - Cipher (CPR): January 24, 2022 1:01 AM UTC
2022.01.24 03:55 Substantial-Ad6907 Watch "Frozen: Elsa And Anna Relationships" on YouTube
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2022.01.24 03:55 RemoteGameJobs Senior Game Designer
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2022.01.24 03:55 jayexvii Does this sound normal?
I would just say forget it and keep my PC as is. But I heard from google and a friend that if it makes a certain electrical buzzing noise that’s a sign that it’s going bad. Which makes no sense because I just bought this PC, why would Acer sell something that already needs to be replaced?
So as soon as I first turned on my PC out of the box and started making a noise and I’m not sure if this is the bad buzzing noise that people are referring to. (The sound lasts about 10 seconds and then goes away) i’m just afraid that I will ruin my PC. Here is a video up close of what my noise sounds like is this concerning?
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