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Hello ape! 🦍 Come closer don't be afraid... Have you been anally violated in the great BANG war??($BB,AMC,NOK,GME) Did Melvin and his bros steal tendies from you? Are you desperately looking for another play after being violated in all the wrong places???
$aaaAYTU am looking for the next play after getting fucked with my $GME position!
Background: When $BB was undervalued, I wrote a good DD(click me) preMoon Launch and made the Forest grump meme! So, I hope this gives me some Retard street credits!
A retard like you will go directly to the TLDR, but a normal person might ask, What is $aaaAYTU? aaaAytu BioScience is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on delivering novel treatments by acquiring or licensing approved, commercialized products and late-stage development therapeutics. They bring these novel and needed treatments to the market of millions of patients who desperately need them. In Ape language(plagiarized): It is an unconventional biotech company, which acquires licenses for new drugs/tech they think will massively disrupt the medical sector and they help bring these products to the market.
An example of what they have right now: COVID-19 lgG/lgM Rapid Test, NATESTO(nasal gel, the only FDA-approved nasally administered testosterone indicated for replacement therapy in adult males with a deficiency), ZOLPIMIST(DA-approved oral spray zolpidem product indicated for the short-term treatment of insomnia characterized by difficulties with sleep initiation.), KARBINAL(indicated to treat various allergic conditions including seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis, vasomotor rhinitis, and other common allergic conditions.), TUZISTRA(is the only codeine-based extended-release oral suspension cough-cold treatment in the US prescription cough-cold market.), and others you can check out later.
( 🚀 massive catalyst 🚀 ) A novel treatment they are working on which they accidentally stumbled on, like most scientific innovations. The treatment is using UV light as an antimicrobial(against viruses and bacteria) therapy in humans. Mor... keep reading on reddit ➡
It sometimes sucks having to work on the fly to come up with counters to it, but I love it when you think you thought of everything they could do but they come up with some very smart plan utilizing their characters skills to get out of a situation. I always push my players to come up with unique solutions to issues and they seem to really buy into that and it's pretty awesome to see what they come up with.
Quick disclaimer, not a professional and I don't have much of a source, this is more of a recommendation.
The landing of the Perseverance rover in 3 days is gonna grab tons of attention with fresh photos of the martian surface and it just being generally interesting.
More importantly, there is a Mars helicopter hitching a ride on the rover that will perform the first powered flight on another planet. This will lead to lots more attention and even more stunning photos, likely photos of the rover itself too.
Although NASA, the people who made the rover, aren't publicly traded, I feel many people will see the progress being made and the attention it's getting and want a piece of the action investing in other space companies such as virgin galactic (SPCE) astra space (HOL) and momentus (SRAC). It may also call attention to other more well known companies that associate with NASA such as Boeing (BA) and Lockheed Martin (LMT)
A lot of GMs feel like they absolutely have to subject their players to a particular experience -- like an epic boss fight with a big baddie, or a long slog through a portion of a dungeon -- and feel deflated with the players find some easy or ingenious way of avoiding the conflict entirely. But many players love the feeling of having bypassed some complicated or challenging situation. The exhilaration of not having to fight a boss because you found the exact argument that will placate her can be as much of a high as taking her out with a crit.
The flaw deals with the Saab. We know in regular chronology where it ended up, parked outside the turnstile building. But where, chronologically speaking, did it begin? Apparently just sitting on a highway empty -- which could be explained, hypothetically, except for this: how it got there.
Inverted, the Protagonist presses the brake with his hand until the Saab comes to a complete stop. This deceleration in inverted time would mean acceleration in regular time -- but cars don't accelerate to highway speed as you release (un-press) the brake. Sure, an idling engine might inch forward a bit when releasing the brake, but no way would it accelerate to highway speed, and at no point would the Protagonist have had a reason, even offscreen, to press or un-press the gas pedal.
In regular time, the Saab could not have sped down the highway because no one pushed the gas.
Anything is fine.