Riots stance on "mythic passives" is exactly what the community complained about when Runes Reforged launched. Bonus stats being tied to items removes creativity and pigeonholes many characters.

Maybe I'm the only one who's remembering this but riots original screw up with runes Reforged was tying the bonus cdr, hp etc to the rune set you wanted to use. It made certain runes feel suboptimal on champs that would normally like them and pigeonholed others. Removing those hard tied bonus opened up a ton of options and really let more champs shine with creative builds.

One of the things riot seems to have done is take stats out of items and say that you are still maintaining the same power with the mythic passives. I think the mythic passives do too little to restore the missing power and once again pigeonhole certain characters into building certain items because their kit synergizes too well with that particular item passive.

I think a much better approach would be to remove the mythic passive and restore some power to the items although this would remove riots fantasy of having mythics be a "keystone" item that every champ needs one of.

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Did I pigeonhole myself?

I graduated with a BS in civil in 2018.

In March of 2020 I had to take a construction inspection gig due to lack of work from my previous employer (civil design, didn't really like it). Now, I am still doing the inspection work and I would like to get back into design. I have been applying recently and haven't had any luck and I fear that it's due to my most recent experience in construction inspection.

How can I over come this?

I am most interested in water resources, but it seems that most of them require a master's and/or previous water resources experience.

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VT: The fly in the ointment of everyone trying to pigeonhole rural people. imgur.com/gallery/9k42aEn
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How do you get out of the pigeonhole?

I graduated in December of 2019 and quickly accepted a tech support job just because I couldn't stand living at home any longer. I was able to get a decent apartment which I am extremely grateful for. However, this covid situation has me analyzing my current job and I have realized that I honestly hate tech support.

I have been applying to entry-level Front End Dev and QA positions non-stop. I even subscribed to LinkedIn Premium and have my profile set as "open to new opportunites". Unfortunately, I am only getting offers for more support roles and it is making me go insane. How can I break out of this tech/customer support pigeonhole? I feel like I work at a call center... I have set a goal for myself to get a new position by this upcoming summer. Is this do-able? What should I be doing in my free time to get myself there?

I would love to hear any stories about similar experiences and how you guys were able to get out of a position you were not passionate about. I think this would motivate me and help me calm down. Thank you.

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Pigeonhole principal

Suppose N=n^2-n-1 for some natural number n, pick n numbers a_1,...,a_n from Z/NZ. Show that there are 2 different a_i-a_j and a_k-a_l such that a_i-a_j=a_k-a_l mod N. I don't know how I can apply pigeonhole in this situation.

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Will passing the patent bar pigeonhole me?

Hi all,

I'm an incoming 1L this fall. I'm a nontraditional student in my late 20's/early 30's by the time I graduate, and I've been fortunate enough to be accepted to a handful of T14 law schools. I've been studying for the patent bar because it seemed like a good credential for someone with a STEM background to have, and I wanted to stretch my legs academically before the 1L grind.

My (early to medium term) career goal is patent litigation, but as I've researched the field a little more, I'm worried I'll get locked into prosecution. Is this a stupid concern? I was under the impression there was a little more overlap between these two and they weren't distinct tracks but I've learned that they're pretty distinct now and I'm having a little doubt about whether passing the patent bar will lock me into prosecution.

Complicating this somewhat is by nontraditional, I really do mean nontraditional. My work/expertise since college is in cannabis and the science surrounding it. So, uh, I have a niche. And just a bachelor's, no graduate degree. Any opinions, including those beyond the scope of my title question, are welcome.

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Does Tax Pigeonhole you?

I am taking a Tax Internship with PwC starting next week. I thought I wanted to go to Tax which I why I applied for that, and I also have two full-time opportunities as a Tax Associate that I need to decide on.

However, I am starting to rethink what I want to do. Looking into doing a busy season every year in public doesn't seem worth it to me. My offers are all from big accounting firms where I am told I will be working very long hours.

I understand there is easy opportunity for growth in this and after a few years you can be making good money. But to me, the money doesn't seem worth the stress and ruining a quarter of your year every single year.

(TL;DR) Point is, I am worried as I have myself set on this track of specializing in Tax. Say I did end up working in public tax for a few years, are there any exit opportunities?

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I hate how an iconic role pigeonholes an actors characters in the internet.

Don't get me wrong, Dio is an iconic voice. But that's just Takehito Koyasu's voice for most of his characters hammed up. But the amount of people who watch an anime just to call characters he voices as Dio are infuriating. You can't see any discussion about Papa Shirogane without anyone making an unoriginal and unfunny Dio joke, for example.

It wasn't the first time he used that voice, and I don't think it's his best kind of voice. Zechs Merquise is one I loved better, for example, and that didn't sound very Dio.

For real life actors calling every character Daniel Radcliffe is acting as Harry Potter isn't funny. He's tried to make it out as his own thing, but Harry Potter still sticks with him. This also applies to MCU actors.

It also undermines the characters themselves. I don't think a lot of creators would appreciate their characters being attached to completely unrelated characters.

Pigeonholing actors was bad enough before the internet, where every reporter and interviewer did it to an actor. But now every internet funnyman or memester does it, and it's so much worse! It's not funny, because it's so overused.

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Should I take the pigeonhole job I don't want just to have a job or hold out for another opportunity that matches more of what I want to do?

Just to clarify, I'm not expecting my first job to be my dream job. But, it should not prevent me from getting the opportunities I want to get.

Background:

I graduated last June and I've been unemployed, looking for my first job. Its been very rough and I don't know how much of this more I can take.

I have an offer on the table for a technical job (Software Test Engineer) and no other offers currently. I don't want to do this job, mainly because:

  1. Its not what I want to do.

  2. after talking to a lot of people, it sounds like a pigeonhole job where it would be extremely difficult to transition to the job I want to have which a developer role. Even though there are some testimonies of people who made that transition, its still rare.

In the past 3 months of applying for jobs, I made it to the final round of 3 different interviewing processes (excluding this role), 2 of which were what I wanted to do but they didn't pick me. I currently have a few interviews from other companies within the next few weeks. I've been applying for jobs nonstop, especially jobs that fit more of what I want to do.

Family seems to be pressuring me into taking the job and of course, it would be great to have income but I just think about how much more I'll suffer being further away from what I want to do, considering that most of my life has been that ( not doing what I want to do, and instead doing things to satisfy other people's needs). I've been very depressed the past couple of months. Self-confidence is non-existent because I don't believe that I have control over my life. I feel that my actions are meaningless and that I'm continually pushed from one period of suffering to another period of suffering. I really don't feel that happy about getting this offer. If anything, its just that having income would allow repay back people who have helped me through my train wreck of a life (which is one of my goals). If I wait out, I don't know if there will be an opportunity further down. What do you guys think?

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Why do we often put God into a pigeonhole?

I mean we don't really know what he is like. But people often insist that he must be a certain way. We create a concept of him due to our social conditioning, religion, society, authors/philosophers and our own experiences. Others tend to give the clichΓ© spiritual answers such as 'He is everything and nothing'.

I wonder what God is really like...

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NYT: Who Are Contenders for Biden’s Cabinet? ... well no surprise here (Pete for VA ... this all seems like a bad faith campaign to pigeonhole Pete by now .. wonder who is behind this effort πŸ€”) nytimes.com/2020/11/11/us…
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Graphics engineer in rendering, will I pigeonhole myself?

I'm 33 and I work on ML + backend (Golang, Python) dev. I recently got a software engineer offer from a team that works on 3D graphics rendering (real-time and offline PBR). I have some related projects experience in the past and I'm pretty interested in graphics rendering, but my concern is that this area is moving slowly nowadays and there are quite fewer job openings in the market (possibly lower pay?).

Will I limit myself by moving to the new team for future career growth (or, am I too old for this :p)? If you are working in this domain, can you share your opinions?

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Sean Lock seems to be one of the best comedian on television. He doesn't pigeonhole things like tech, fashion or social media trends. All he does is be everyone's offensive Dad but in a good way. Him and Jim Jeffries should do a show.

Sean and Jim doing a podcast would be brilliant. Sean's dark humour combined with Jim's blatant no fucks given attitude towards everything would be great.

Also, a Joe Wilkinson and Milton Jones show would be brilliant.

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Techniques/theorems like pigeonhole principle

Can you suggest theorems/principles which obtain very strong results by very simple means. Like the pigeonhole principle. I find it very intriguing

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What is the story behind the Pigeonhole principle

Hi everyone, does anyone know what is the story behind the pigeonhole principle?

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A demonstration of the Pigeonhole Principle, implemented with seagulls
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Will starting my career in environmental consulting pigeonhole me out of more geology-heavy jobs down the road?

I have an environmental consulting job offer on the table. Pay is pretty meh for the area (45k for an eastern US city), but coming from a MS stipend of less than 15k it's a welcome increase. My MS was more economic/petrology focused, however the commodity I worked with looks like it's not coming back for at least decade. I wasn't too attached to that commodity, but I think my ultimate career goals still lie in the realm of hard rock geochemistry and analytical lab work. Ideally either at a commercial lab or a state survey/USGS. The problem is those jobs are a bit hard to come by right now and are obviously very competitive.

My question is whether accepting this environmental job offer will wind up doing more harm than good in the long run. It's a paycheck and experience for a fresh MS grad, but it's completely irrelevant to both what I have done previously and what I want to do in the future. I would ideally not remain in consulting beyond 4 years or so assuming something better comes along. I have about 8 active applications (3 non-referred) with USAjobs and in all honestly I would take literally any of them just to get my foot in the door in the federal government and have something that looks even remotely relevant to my career goals.

Can anyone weigh in on this? Especially anyone that may have left consulting after a few years to do something different? Thanks everyone!

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The Forge Adept Artificer's Ghall'Shaarat seems pretty underwhelming if you don't do what it pigeonholes you in to (Mosquito bites).

At third level, you basically do an infusion on your weapon, that doesn't count towards your infused items limit.

It gives you +1/+2/+3 (based on levels) to attack and damage rolls if the weapon doesn't already have it. If it's a thrown weapon, it teleports back in to your hand.

And that's it.

Half of what this feature does is redundant pretty damned fast and the other only works for a few low damage weapons. Not to mention thrown weapons have such a pathetic range, you will have to be in the face of the enemy front line anyway, which makes that range rather moot.

is there something I'm missing about it, or is this feature really this bad?

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NEO - live in Berlin (2020) Natalia Mateo is part of the very active jazz scene in Berlin. Together with guitarist Christoph Bernewitz and drummer Markus Dassau, she recently founded the band NEO and thus expanded her sound cosmos. The result is fresh and cannot be put into any pigeonhole. youtube.com/watch?v=OOlrr…
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Pigeonhole
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System-Level vs Application-Level... how do I not limit / pigeonhole myself?

Hi All

So I have about 2 years as an embedded software engineer using C/C++. At this point I know I do NOT want to work directly with hardware and am a bit turned off by the embedded atmosphere. I am trying to move up the stack to focus more on improving my skills as a software developer (embedded felt like a ton of integration and not as much development)

I am currently struggling trying to figure out where to aim my goals with software... system-level or application-level.

System-level (OS stuff, thread safe, resource-mindful programming) is easier for me to get into because my background compliments it well. However I have heard some stuff about salary being lower on average, more over time, and almost seems like its becoming less and less valuable of a skillset as everything is moving to the cloud, and driver-level software is decreasingly popular.

Application-level (Cloud, Databases, NodeJS, Back-End) seems to be really hot right now and apparently pays better and has a better work-life balance. But I have to completely abandon all of my current skills and (I guess) focus on building a few projects to put on my resume so I can get some interviews. It seems extremely difficult to try to switch, and especially an area that I dont really understand what are the principal skills.

Can anyone provide any advice on this? Anyone work in either field?

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Will taking a technician job pigeonhole me from getting engineering jobs in the future?

I'm interviewing for a field engineering job today but the description just sounds like a field technician for HVAC systems. The pay is 23.00 per hour with overtime and bonuses which they say comes out to 48,000 per year. I'm just worried if the work isn't engineering related my skills will atrophy and I'll screw myself.

I've been applying to jobs since December now and recently graduated with a mechanical engineering degree. I'm really getting discouraged now because I had some interviews and calls before corona and now I'm getting zero. I don't know if it's my resume that's not allowing me to get calls anymore, corona, or what but I'm getting really anxious about it.

I've changed my resume so many times and have kind of stuck with this but have since moved the education under my professional statement. Don't really know what more I can do right now. I thought about doing what someone said on /r/jobs and just messaging different alumni and recruiters on LinkedIn until I get my foot in the door somewhere.

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Chicago Rapper Chris Crack Has Been on a Creative Bender: An abridged guide to the hard-to-pigeonhole discography of the relentlessly imaginative MC. | BandCamp Daily daily.bandcamp.com/lists/…
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Matt Rhule on Christian McCaffrey: β€œI don’t look at him as just a running back. We see him as a weapon. He can be a wideout, running back and returner. He’s not a player who you can pigeonhole.” profootballtalk.nbcsports…
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Energy Investment Banking Pigeonhole

Just received an offer to join a big 5 Canadian Bank's capital markets division in their energy investment banking division. What are some possible exit opportunities from this career path? A little worried as I do not want to pigeonhole myself in a dying field.

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Western Centuries - Everytime It's Raining [Rock/Alt Country/genre-bender/impossible to pigeonhole] (2020) youtu.be/ZzSxpFFmxMg
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Don't 'pigeonhole' new PAP candidates just based on their background: Chan Chun Sing sg.news.yahoo.com/dont-pi…
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Another pigeonhole but I can't make it work

Hi guys, I think this is another pigeonhole question but I can't make it work. Can you help me with some pointers? What should be the holes and what are the pigeons? What's the observation that makes the answer clear and obvious?

Show that a sequence of 5 or 10 or 17 (in general n^2 +1) distinct numbers have an increasing or decreasing subsequence of length 3 or 4 or 5 (in general n+1) etc.

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combinatorics & pigeonhole principle - how do i even begin to do this???
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Pigeonhole principle question

The population of a country is 1,415,550.

(a) What’s the largest value of k for which we can guarantee that among this population there are at least k people who all have the same initials (first and last)?

(b) What’s the largest value of k for which we can guarantee that among this population there are at least k people who all have the same initials, and have the same birthday?

(c) What’s the smallest number of people that must attend a party so that we can guarantee that there are at least 40 people present with the same initials? (For the purposes of this problem, we don’t get to pick and choose who attends!)

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Should I take the pigeonhole job I don't want just to have a job or hold out for another opportunity that matches more of what I want to do?

Just to clarify, I'm not expecting my first job to be my dream job. But, it should not prevent me from getting the opportunities I want to get.

Background:

I graduated last June and I've been unemployed, looking for my first job. Its been very rough and I don't know how much of this more I can take.

I have an offer on the table for a technical job (Software Test Engineer) and no other offers currently. I don't want to do this job, mainly because:

  1. Its not what I want to do.

  2. after talking to a lot of people, it sounds like a pigeonhole job where it would be extremely difficult to transition to the job I want to have which a developer role. Even though there are some testimonies of people who made that transition, its still rare.

In the past 3 months of applying for jobs, I made it to the final round of 3 different interviewing processes (excluding this role), 2 of which were what I wanted to do but they didn't pick me. I currently have a few interviews from other companies within the next few weeks. I've been applying for jobs nonstop, especially jobs that fit more of what I want to do.

Family seems to be pressuring me into taking the job and of course, it would be great to have income but I just think about how much more I'll suffer being further away from what I want to do, considering that most of my life has been that ( not doing what I want to do, and instead doing things to satisfy other people's needs). I've been very depressed the past couple of months. Self-confidence is non-existent because I don't believe that I have control over my life. I feel that my actions are meaningless and that I'm continually pushed from one period of suffering to another period of suffering. I really don't feel that happy about getting this offer. If anything, its just that having income would allow repay back people who have helped me through my train wreck of a life (which is one of my goals). If I wait out, I don't know if there will be an opportunity further down. What do you guys think?

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