See this vid and decide for yourself.
When Harden went down after getting blocked by Daniel Theis at the end of first half, you can see a weird stain on his shorts.
This happened while ago while I was traveling to the US on a 9h flight from Europe.
Context: I'm Greek / Lebanese and am a rather moderately hairy person, most of it on my face.
I had an important meeting to attend in the US that was happening a few hours after I land, so I had to freshen up and prepare while on the plane still. A few hours into the flight, I went to the bathroom to change my clothes, wash my face and freshen up, shave and trim my beard, put on some deodorant etc. Took my backpack with me since I've got everything in there.
After spending some 5 minutes in there, struggling to move around the tiny bathroom stalls on planes, someone knocks on the door. I brushed it off with something along the lines of “I’ll be right out”, I thought someone needs to use the bathroom but it was clearly occupied. Another 5 minutes go by and I start hearing chatter outside and could feel some people moving around. I hear a knock again, at this point i had my shirt off and my face was... keep reading on reddit ➡
What are your thought's on the short film?
> .@ByJasonLloyd on @923TheFan just now says Andre Drummond, in two short weeks with #Cavs, had already made it clear that if Beilein was back, he was gone after this season and that this was a worse situation than in Detroit. Side note, he shares an agent with Kevin Love.
EDIT: Drummond denied this: That’s a lie... lol but anything for a headline huh? Never said anything of that sort
I fly a lot. I am a million miler.
Monday morning first flight from ATL to EWR - half full. I have never seen an empty seat on this flight in 15 years. This is a consultant / auditor / sales flight.
Monday morning busiest airport in the world - not busy
Friday afternoon EWR - ATL 3/4 of plane empty, the past 15 years this flight has never not been over booked.
EWR was still gross and looks like it has never been cleaned.
My company just travel banned everyone (month of March) We live in airplanes. Now I got to see my family, fucking gross.
Edit for the retarded: The point is road warrior travel is being impacted. Road warriors flew through sept 11th, recession, swine flue, and SARS. Companies are stopping road warrior travel. This is a new reaction to a black swan event.
Short story: I was serving this table of 4 and this lady grabbed the $200 check at the end stating she’ll take care of it. Expecting her to tip correctly since all went great but I was wrong. She told me when I dropped the check off that I did a great job and it was the best experience she’s ever had at this restaurant. They ended up leaving and I went to grab the check expecting a nice tip for my efforts. Instead on top of the check this was written “ sorry too poor to tip”!
Why would you take the $200 bill from the others that were trying to pay if you’re “too poor to tip”. This is somebody’s livelihood, I have to tip out on that 200$ putting me more in debt at the end of the night. People need to realize that we have to share money based on our sales! I have to give 2% of my sales to the busboy, food runners DONT PAY FOR A BIG BILL IF YOU CANT TIP!
I made this post yesterday: https://old.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/fcn4dj/i_lost_400_in_one_day_without_any_open_positions/
Here's how my account looks today: https://imgur.com/a/7j1bsM4
I was trying to figure out what the fuck happened. How it was fucking down all day since 9:30 AM EST on top of them being retarded as usual did not help out. I had 2 different put spreads go ITM on Friday 2/28.
8 spreads of SPY $310p/$309p and also 4 spreads of $298p/$297p.
Robinhood assigned me to buy 800 shares of SPY at $310 for a total of $248,000 and then shorted 800 shares at $309 for a total of $247,194.43.
Perfect. That's how Credit Spreads are supposed to work, they are defined risk and your max loss is your collateral, when both legs are ITM they are supposed to be exercised and assigned against each other to cancel out.
Now my 2/28 $298p/$297p spread is where they fucked up. As you can see here in these two screenshots: https://imgur.com/a/ytgMp7O
I had FOUR PUT SPREADS.... keep reading on reddit ➡
I, for one, would rather see a flash of thigh in a skirt than a close-up of a swollen vulva. Few sights are more alluring than sexy lasses sporting short sun dresses on sultry summer days. My wife can show me her once-nappy dugout a hundred times and I'm pleased but not impressed, but if I catch a flash when she gets in the car in a dress I lose my goddamn mind. https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=nappy%20dugout
We get it Maria. You’re 2 inches shorter than average. No one cares that you’re scared of tall people. Just stay down there and shut up.
With the recent changes in jungle and meta, it feels like the entirety of the game gets decided within first few minutes of the game.
Kinda feels like whichever lanes have prio will win jungle prio, which translates to early dragons, which translates to dragon soul. Having your jungler lose matchup feels extremely bad as well, because he'll be 2 levels behind all game and it feels like a 4v5 rest of the game.
It's not like it feels like the games are that much faster either. It's usually 30-40 minutes long (which is better from 40~60 minutes from before) but the quality of gameplay experience is so bad if you're on the losing side -- it's approximately 20 minutes of spaming /ff. At least when it used to be long it used to feel #winnable. Now the game lasts as long as your opponent who has dragon soul decides to be stupid and not close out, and the only hope for a comeback is hope for an elder dragon steal late in the game.
tl;dr: games maybe shorter but the outcome gets decid... keep reading on reddit ➡
As described here, https://m.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Liberman-supports-law-preventing-indicted-person-forming-government-619851?source=Express20200306, the anti-Netanyahu coalition has agreed to pass legislation that would prevent him from forming a government.
Given Netanyahu's huge impact on Israeli politics, it would seem this would have large consequences for the country. Benny Gantz being the most immediate beneficiary. But I also wonder what other political fallout may result. What do people think?
Got offered a dream job oppurtunity that starts mid-April. Told my current job about the offer and when I'll need my last day to be which is about 4 weeks from now. Thought everything would be cool since I was giving her an extra 2 weeks but my boss basically freaked out on me. Saying that I'm leaving the company in a bad position and asking why I didn't speak up and say I was looking elsewhere weeks ago. She said that I know how difficult staffing the building can be and that I have a ton extra responsibilities that I take care of (handling the money deposits, opening/closing the building) and what is she supposed to do. I said I was sorry and that I'd try to help as much as I can before I go.
Ever since this she and some of my coworkers have been acting very passive aggressive. Basically having loud conversations about the stress of me leaving. Part of me now feels guilty as if I'm being selfish by taking this job or that I did something unprofessional by giving notice because now e... keep reading on reddit ➡
Excerpt from an interview:
Reporter: "Have you thought about trading cryptocurrency futures to take a negative position on bitcoin?"
Warren Buffett: "No, I get into enough problems with things that I think I know something about, why in the world would I take a long or short position of something that I don't know anything about?"
Yet, in the same interview, Buffett also states that: "In terms of cryptocurrencies, genereally, I can almost say with certainty that they will come to a bad ending."
And further that: "We don't own any, we don't short any, we'll never have a position in them."
These statements are contradictory. He says that he doesn't understand it, yet he claims that he can say with certainty that it will take "a bad ending" (whatever that means). Still, he wouldn't short it. Indeed, he would shy away from taking any position at all.
Has he formed somewhat more of a consistent opinion nowadays and expressed it?
Source of the interview: [https://www.youtube.com/watch... keep reading on reddit ➡
For me, the biggest issue in WoW currently is that they have 0 ideas on how to utilize what is probably the greatest and most iconic open world in gaming, and instead pigeonhole players into the most recent expansion/patch zone. And with these come asinine, per-patch systems like essences and corruption that fuck off as soon as the next patch comes out. Why?
The endless grind aspect only worked in Legion because artifacts were extremely fun on their own for their appearance and lore, combine that with order halls and mounts and we had the best expansion for class fantasy ever, which is why Legion should have been reserved as the last expansion IMO.
It must have been really bad!
When champions with poke and waveclear were meta, people complained that the games could stall forever and were too much of a boring snoozefest. Now they're complaining about the opposite.
When tanks were meta, people complained that "playing against tanks is boring". Now that tanks are not meta, they're complaining that "champions are squishy and damage is too high".
When enchanters (with ardent censer) were meta , people complained that they were boring and "anti-game". Now that playmaking supports supports are meta, people are STILL complaining.
Maybe the message is that people will always complain about something, and maybe we should need to appreciate things more instead of constantly complaining. Seriously, the league community is so negative and whiny. It makes me sick.
I can’t describe how excited I am to share this with you guys!
/u/NickofNight and I have both been around /r/WritingPrompts for ages, but we’ve only recently started writing together over at our personal subreddit /r/NickofStatic. You may have seen us pop up once or twice here on WP ;)
We started our subreddit just to find a little extra time to write together. But now, we’ve finally been able to turn the past several years of our hard work into something tangible and real.
Today, I’m thrilled to tell you that Nick and I have collected our favorite WritingPrompts responses, along with a handful of original unpublished work, and put it together in our first short story collection called Shoring Up the Night.
To be honest, the print copy looks pretty sick! We have made it available in every country that Amazon w... keep reading on reddit ➡
No seriously, I’m starting to feel bad for the older generation
Short sellers added to their U.S. positions during the recent coronavirus-related sell-off, making more than $50 billion in profits over seven trading days, according to data from financial analytics firm S3 Partners.
There was nearly $15 billion of additional short selling between Feb. 24 and March 3, bringing total domestic equity short interest to $848 billion. Those short sellers made $51.3 billion in mark-to-market profits, S3 said in a report published Wednesday. The S&P 500 Index fell 10% over the same period.