After a year of procrastination I finally decided I needed the xenophage to help get those 50 gambit wins for my gilded title (I've gotten 5 bottom dollars but only have 37 wins).
I thought it would be about impossible to finish the final boss solo after watching several guides, but it wasn't bad at all. I think that anyone who puts a little effort towards it can get it done. Here are some tips:
I'll admit I'm probably an above average pve player; I do solo the dungeons each week. But if can get it on my first try then an average player can do it after a couple tries.
I've hated the xenophage almost every gambit game and cursed how it was out of reach for a player like me. I Was wrong. Don't be like me and avoid trying for over a year. Go out and get it!
Hey-hey! Back again with another piece for DIG!
This time we're talking about simple mistakes that are holding you back from achieving your full potential. Be these mental, micro, or macro, there's a ton of little things that we do subconsciously that make the climbing marathon just a little bit more difficult for us. This piece looks at some of the common mistakes made by players across all ELOs and not only examines them, but offers solutions on how to correct them!
Let me know what you guys think! And if you've got any feedback for the piece itself, or you've got your own problem experiences with climbing, vent it all out here!
Nikko gets criticized for taking too long on his shots. This is generally perceived to be a function of his being a deliberate player. I made a video to highlight another possibility. On hole 3 of round two at Waco, Nikko appears to stall for fifty seconds and then throws just when the wind appears to drop off. I go into more detail in the video, but in general I think that allowing another player as much as twice the allotted time to throw their shot on a windy day gives that player a massive advantage. In my view, it's important that cardmates and/or officials start to address this. https://youtu.be/UH4mDd-GglE
Last time GME was at the price it is now BB was in the $20 range. Seems like we are no longer along for the meme stock ride despite nothing but positive news coming from BB, which has been stalling around the 10 dollar range for some time now.
I don’t know whether to take this as good news or not. One it’s moving on its own accord based on its fundamentals and positive news.
However the apes have not taken me to the moon on this one.
Position 500BB @ 13 25 GME at $68
As the title says, how do you approach "stalling for time" for a job offer?
I was offered a job at a small company but am currently trying to schedule my final round interview at a FAANG.
I spoke with the FAANG hiring manager in the middle of last week and he mentioned that he expected this several-hours-long final-round panel interview to be scheduled within two weeks.
Base comp is about the same between the two except the FAANG has better benefits (401K match, HSA, lets you megabackdoor Roth, etc.)
Do any of you have recommendations for what I can say to the other company to "stall for time"?
I really need some help with this, I am at a total loss and am on edge of selling this car because I cannot track down this phantom issue.
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I recently applied for a PPP loan through SMARTBIZ and was approved. The process was really straightforward. I signed my Docusigned documents for the promissory note on saturday March 28th. Its 6 days later and no funds has hit my account. I cannot get in touch with anyone there. This is really bad. Everyone who has Customers Bank received their funds and I wish I had the same bank as those guys. It really sucks!!!!!!!!!