Though efforts with the animals of the forests had not gone well, efforts in Iska had succeeded with many animals. They tried with sheep, horses, and cows with vary degrees of success.
The first thing they tried was sheep, using the help of the natives they were able to easily herd them into an area where they could be killed easily. But some poorer farmers realized that they could regrow their fur, so instead of killing most of the sheep for meat they would leave a few to cut for their fur, and sold it to those nearby. The ever strange T'iene Empire had become more erratic in their actions, with the empress becoming a strange husk of her former self, but that didn't mean that they didn't want the sheep fur. When traders went to T'iene they found that the people there used a language of written symbols to help track goods bought and sold, the Sornmar quickly adopted this written language, and the Remnants used it to write a book about the Jal-Fön.
After many raids from men on horse, the Sornmar attempted to fight fire with fire, and tried to tame the beasts in the area. After many unsuccessful attempts resulting in many dead men, they finally found a group of horses able to be calmed, however they were unable to ride them and only killed the animals for meat. Using captives from the horsemen tribes, some of the military expeditions and a few traders were learning how to ride the beasts.
The last animal they were able to tame were the cattle south of T'iene. They had the strength of the horses and the timidness of sheep. Using the same tactics they used for the sheep they easily trained the cattle. Due to the cattle having short fur unlike the sheep, more cattle were killed, slowly becoming the meat used most in Sornma.
It took a long time until animals became dominant in Iska though, and even longer for them to travel to Lorrak. At first very few farmers had them, but around 400 CE most farms had sheep and cattle along side crops from T'iene. Domesticated animals for farming were only transported to Lorrak in 480 CE when the Remnants voted to transfer 10% of the animals in Iska to Lorrak for purposes of farming. The Remnants also ordered for further research on horse riding and for some of those who knew how to ride the beasts to come to Sornma and train the population there.
Just thought I'd share what I have been suspecting all along. GameStop has become a huge problem!! Not a tiny little annoying problem, no no. This is becoming a thorn in the side of the biggest players on the market. The higher ups thought retail would just tuck their tails between their legs after they coordinated a stoppage back in Jan. Dumb money would just take their licks and go back to life as usual.
Guess what Apes, you fucked up their plan. They were praying all this would just go away and it would be business as usual. Fuck people. They have been literally rewriting the fucking RULES because they can't ignore this problem anymore! The system is getting exposed. Short selling has been going on for years and nobody really cared. A little slight manipulation. Everyone does it. That's just how the industry works.....everyone just cheats a little and if you get caught, they slap a fine on you. Business as usual.
I spoke with some people across multiple industries just friendly catching up type shit since I know what they do. All them said, "You know I can't talk about that" and I respect that. Every single one of them when I asked, are you at least aware the GameStop situation, every SINGLE one just said a version of, "yeah what a fucking mess". EDIT: Mods if you want to contact me, I'm happy to speak to you. I'm taking out the part of the user to reported me because I wouldn't give up my friends names to a rabid pack of HFs lurkers, SEC lurkers, and rabid Apes. His comment is still up but I'll not Dox him even though it's a dick move on his part.
Edit 2: I just wrote u/redchessqueen99 since we have spoken before and she can let me know what she would like from me.
Edit 3: For anyone asking, they didn't give me anything. They literally can't talk about this stuff with people. All I got was a lot of we can't talk about that but what a shit show. SEC- If you are reading this, I would argue if you ask any single person in the world who understands a tiny bit about stocks; they know something is off with GameStop. Doesn't matter which side of the aisle, whether you are a bear or a bull on GME.....everyone knows something funky is going on with GameStop. Maybe you guys should be looking at some Market Makers instead of retail.
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This post is mainly just to share my love of the Clever Dripper and encourage everyone who hasn’t tried it to go pick one up.
I have a few different coffee brewers (drip machine, Hario V60, Mocha pot etc) but honestly the Clever produces the most consistently great cup of coffee, full of flavour and zero fuss. Using the James Hoffmann method (link below) makes it super simple.
It’s relatively cheap at around £20 depending on where you get it. I’m not a coffee expert, far from it, but as an amateur coffee enthusiast who just wants a great cup of coffee I would definitely recommend picking one up.
James Hoffmann brewing method- https://youtu.be/RpOdennxP24
Another quote from don't feed the monkey mind. Jennifer Shannon talks about praising often and regularly to reinforce positive behavior in yourself. She also stresses that it's more important to praise the work you do rather than the outcome, because otherwise you get too focused on the quality rather than on your diligence.
It's more important to be on target, than to hit a bullseye.
Husband grew up priveleged little white boy. I did not. He grew up in white-collar, suburban Akron Ohio, and I grew up blue-collar in Chicago. He likes to imagine himself as a "good liberal" but I can usually see through this bullshit by certain actions, attitudes, and terminology he uses. To my standards, he's not. One of these things is his use of the term "the help" when referring to store employees, waitstaff, cleaners, etc. This is enraging to me. I know from his own descriptions that his adoptive parents were snobs (both dead, never met them, thank God) and I'm sure he learned and perpetuates this term from them.
How do I go about explaining to him how infuriating and wrong it is to use this term? I feel hesitant to say anything because of my own "lower" class difference (even though he's technically broke, hasn't had a job in years, and I work full-time and am the provider, yet he's the "rich" guy), and that he'll whine or gaslight me and demand that I practically provide a dissertation why I'm bringing this up (he has an English degree, I do not).
This is my recap of today's announcement, along with previously announced changes. Berlin.de reports 50% of the info across multiple pages. Newspapers report 95% of the info. If you combine them all, you get this list. Just the changes in a nice bullet list, no bullshit.
I will not update this post. It's copied and pasted from this page, which does get updated.
We can do more things, but only if there are less than 100 infections per 100,000 residents1.
Would love to see players have accesses to these plans and outfits, seem like they are not running this event anymore, only fare that new players that missed get a crack at them.
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This elitist and grossly ignorant attitude pisses the shit out of me.
The guy that was homeless and managed to become a super successful stockbroker is probably a one in a million shot.
The reality is:
Not everyone is born with an IQ where they can do more than work hard at a car wash, flip burgers, bus tables, clean hotel rooms, collect your garbage, change bedpans. Maybe it is a bit higher and they can work customer service or sales or talk you through operating your phone.
Not everybody is created with the same IQ template and they certainly don't deserve less of a life because if it
That guy that makes your lunch for your white collar lunch break deserves to make a wage where he can save for retirement, go on an inexpensive annual vacation, buy new clothes for his kids.
Afford medical bill, not drive a car that is $500. Basic humane life that isn't one paycheck from disaster.
I'm not saying everyone needs to be paid equally. If your job requires a bigger skillset, is less common, more responsibility, etc you should be paid more.
Just that the person who flipping burgers us all they can do, and they are a good responsible hard-working employee they deserve to be paid enough to live a quality life.
And that money should come from a higher tax in any individual making more than $500,000 a year. Money over that is going into brokerage accounts, not the economy. 3 Remember anything OVER is being taxed higher than the current rate. You still can afford to pay significant taxes on anything OVER that & still live a very comfortable life.
With luxuries beyond life insurance, saving for your kids to go to university, a private school, house cleaning, prepared meals?
With lower-wage workers most of the money goes straight back into the economy stimulating it directly. (But hey? Let's assume they get paid enough they can put 10% or more into savings for a house or a car or dentures)
The fact you have no respect for the hard worker that makes your big mac says more about you than then.
Every melee turns into this stupid fuckfest of everyone just trying to get around behind everyone else.
If it's a STEALTH approach, and I don't see the person, then okay, but if it's someone I was just fighting with and they got around behind my back they should be able to hit me NOT assassinate me. ESPECIALLY if they aren't Marianne.
I've got an 1 minute warning at max to leave the ship, and since this was my very first time i've seen it from the inside, and i was several rooms in i wasn't able to reach the exit before the time ran out. I don't think this is the right way to welcome newcomers, like imagine this is your first time playing the game, you barely know where is left and right and you're sent right to Klescher for this. In this situation i think it would be more generous if you could just boot the player out of the ship, if you really want some retorsion then add an 500 aUEC fine, but right to jail is too much of a punishment for this.
When you feel like a misfit and swimming upstream it can be a lonely place. I am not saying that money can buy happiness. What it can do is make you not give as much of a fuck if you feel like a misfit.
I mean, not Howard Hughes walking in Kleenex boxes eccentric. More like Rodney Dangerfield IDGAF eccentric.