UPDATE: More details leaked:
- Release Early Access October 15 (officially October 22)
- 7 vast maps for up to 128 players
" Battlefield 2042 introduces 7 vast maps for up to 128* players. From Seoul’s cities to Egypt’s deserts, every map offers a unique experience based on the natural environment. "
"Customize weapons, gadgets and vehicles in-battle to tip the scales in your favor. Summon a robotic dog built for battle, employ a grappling hook or don your very own wingsuit. Choose your role on the battlefield and form hand-tailored squads through the new Specialist system. Based on Battlefield’s four Classes, Specialists have one unique Specialty and Trait – but the rest of the loadout is fully customizable."
Article about Texas failing to pass the bill.
Article about Colorado reducing abortions by 50% by offering contraception to teenagers.
Numbers don't lie.
If you give women, regardless of whether they are 16 or 38, access to affordable contraception.... the abortion rate will drop dramatically.
If Texas Republicans actually had interest in reducing abortions, they would pass this.
But they aren't interested in doing that -- it would take away their control, their biggest talking point, etc.
As someone who buys books all the time, I am often attracted by a pretty cover. If the cover is pretty, I am inclined to check out the book's synopsis. In the cases of books I am already decided on, I always pick the edition with the nicest cover and I am willing to pay some extra for it. It bugs me that so many books have ugly, unattractive covers. Those I buy used, at the cheapest prices available. There is a special delight to look at a beautiful colored novel while reading it and later admiring among the others, on the shelf.
Edit: great responses, everyone. Just to clarify, the cover is not the only reason I choose a book. If the cover is ugly but I like the story, I buy it, but I will buy a used cheap one, whereas a beautiful cover makes me want to have it new, and be willing to pay more for it. So, yes beauty sells
Apparently an Alchemist album has already been released on YouTube under a hidden name and account.
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This is your daily hit of hopium. In this case maybe a full rip of it since I see many people discouraged about 002 - but there is no need to worry. I want to show you that apes are winning and shorts are losing. You hold, you win. (But please note I am not a financial advisor. I don't want you guys bitching at me if you YOLO it on deep OTM options expiring within 24 hours).
It is my belief that we do not need ANY of the new rules for the MOASS to occur. These rules were created for the purpose of preventing future stocks from ever being in the same position that GameStop is in. Think of it as they're introducing rules to ensure that a January runup in another stock never occurs again post GameStop MOASS:
Again, all the bullets above are to prevent future stocks from squeezing. They never want this to happen again. Remember Tesla? It slow squeezed upward without any of these rules on a 15% SI. It's going to happen to GameStop eventually.
All I'm saying is don't get discouraged! Things can ignite literally any moment - and they will ignite, with or without the DTCC rules.
On January 25th, 2021, Melvin received a total cash injection of $2.75 Billion. The price spiked to $159.18. So they were cutting it pretty close at that point - or at least, it was preemptive because Shitadel and Point72 knew things would spike a little bit more and this was to avoid the inevitable call from Marge. On another note, they absolutely hate the price of $350, which is where we saw the January and March peaks.
So it's probably safe to assume that somewhere in the range of $160 and $350 is when our good friend Marge will give them a call. We can apply $160 here because that's around when Melvin got bailed out by his buddies, and them bleeding money over time could eventually make $160 the margin call price point. They can't continue this forever. And it shows. They are slowl... keep reading on reddit ➡