2021.10.18 00:59 harleynloki84 Mango Heat?! this sounds interesting! Did you guys like this flavor when it came out in 2016?
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2021.10.18 00:59 ResponseInevitable45 How to get my 3 roomates [M19,20,20] to respect that I don't want to be a part of parties at our house anymore?
20M in college. I have three roomates in an apartment, and we frequently have parties with lots of people. We commonly have issues with which bathroom people use at them. Last time we decided the only fair way was whoever you invite, them and their friends use your bathroom. I thought ok fair enough, but the night ended with one of their friends throwing up all over my bathroom and using all my cleaning supplies to half-ass clean it up. I even kept my door locked so I'm not sure who let him in. My roommates apologized and although I accepted it, I still was very annoyed.
I would really like to stay friends / friendly with them, as I am signed for the rest of the year and finding another place to live would be extremely difficult, and it would be awkward being stuck with them all if we hate each other. Anyways, now they want to have a Halloween party. I decided the best thing I could do, was "not be a part of the parties". My room/bathroom would be STRICTLY off-limits, and in turn, I would not invite any friends. I might stay there if I have nothing else to do, or I might just leave for another party. Here's where it gets a little weird.
One of the roommates (roommate 1) works for the building, and he has a master key. One night, people kept complaining that there was no bathroom cause the one in the kitchen (shared by roommates 1 and 2) was occupied. My 3rd roommate left momentarily to get cookout with some friends, and I watched roommate 1 take his master key and unlock 3rd roommates' room so they could use his bathroom. Roomate 3 found out and was angry, but they're really close friends so he forgave him quickly. I am scared he will do this for my room if I chose not to stay home for their party. So here are my questions:
- How should I mention my no-participation plan with them? Does it seem fair?
- Are there any ways I can find out if he opens my room / uses my bathroom if I chose to go somewhere else for Halloween night after telling him not to? (keep in mind I'm a broke college student)
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2021.10.18 00:59 Cmat1150 Can someone QC these Sean Wotherspoons size 14
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2021.10.18 00:59 TheShyDitto18 Hey yall, I'm unsure if I'm a demigirl and could really use some help.
Like, she/her pronouns are cool, but I'm fine with they/them too. Unsure if that is enough to constitute a demigirl. Please, some help would be very welcome.
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2021.10.18 00:59 Which-Method5576 Help! Me and my girlfriend are going for a plat on the game and are struggling finding decent ransoms for the play through, anyone wanna try with us? I got a life steal melee build going on right now!
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2021.10.18 00:59 belkiamine $100, WeGym Home Gym Equipment
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2021.10.18 00:59 anonymousalligator25 Facial symmetry before and after myofunctional therapy
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2021.10.18 00:59 sniperandgarfunkel Science behind why we are the way we are
Can anyone think of any literature reviews/prevalence articles that compile scholarly research about why our symptoms are our symptoms? We have an idea of the "what", what brain regions are responsible for symptoms, but are there any articles that ask "why". What are the relationships between the various "whats". Take any symptom.
"Autistic people/pw autism are sensitive to some sensory stimuli. When exposed to this stimuli, overtime the get overstimulated. And we understand why because its the same with introversion: 'an introvert's dopamine threshold is lower than an extroverts etc. Here are the brain regions/neural pathways/hormones that are involved.
But are there any articles that explain why we become emotionally/physically distressed when we become overstimulated? Have any researchers studied why autism expresses itself in different ways? Are there any articles that talk about multiple symptoms, a comprehensive "why we are the way that we are" compilation of the literature.
Why doesn't the developmental age match the chronological age? Why do pw autism like things/ideas more than people? Why do they like being alone? Why do they take things literally? Why do they like repetition?
Maybe the why question is nonsensical and I'm having difficulty even articulating exactly what I mean (have I maxed out the dopamine/sensory threshold or hit the ceiling of my intellectual threshold, the world may never know ;) ).
So in general, have you seen or heard of any prevalence/literature reviews providing an overview of why symptoms are the way that they are in autism? Thanks in advance.
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2021.10.18 00:59 KRZYCHUBTW Vex rune - what can I get for it?
Hell cows just dropped vex rune for me. What can I get for it? I'm poison nova necro and I'm thinking to trade this for something useful for me.
Thanks for answers in advance
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2021.10.18 00:59 BrainiacBaseballCard Game 48 - 1982 Detroit Tigers Season Replay v Milwaukee Brewers
2021.10.18 00:59 Recnid Is there a press/fan kit for Horizon Forbidden West?
2021.10.18 00:59 CelebBattleVoteBot Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams
2021.10.18 00:59 GrimKreeper098 Muck is now supported on Logitech G Hub!
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2021.10.18 00:59 ickybus overview for WinstonDillingham66
2021.10.18 00:59 flipzone Resident Evil Village - Xbox Series X $49.96 (lowest)
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2021.10.18 00:59 SnallygasterSoda My best friends in the whole world, and why they're terrible to DM for.
This is a spur of the moment vent, so don't take it too serious as a horror story. Every one of my friends are creative RPers, eager to play and explore, but they have some OOC quirks that have turned a few sessions into a trainwreck.
Let's start with my boyfriend. Love of my life, ADHD ridden as fuck. He's spontaneous and one of the first to instigate roleplay because that's what he loves. Once he joins the Discord call, however, I begin a mental timer. Once an hour has passed, his attention is drifting. Get to two hours? He's probably completely checked out. He simply cannot keep focus on one thing for long enough to finish even half the session I've planned out. And if it starts to get dark out, there's a very good chance he passes out while we're in the voice channel.
It translated a bit in game. He decided to go with Cleric for his first character, but never swapped out spells because he could barely remember the effects of spells he ALREADY had, let alone a whole bunch he could swap in or out. From that campaign onwards, I gently nudged him into playing martial classes. Less spells and their abilities to try and keep in his head. Can't do much about his wandering attention, though.
My second friend, also a DM, understands what it's like to try and wrangle characters and players who don't want to be wrangled.
Thing is, I've never actually played a campaign where she was a player character and I was the DM (except for a one-shot we never finished). The one time I tried to set up a session zero for a campaign I'd been really excited for and talking non-stop about, I created a Discord server where everyone could communicate and I could post the rules, expectations, and time to be there. I made sure that the start time was very prominently displayed, and oft repeated.
I open up on session 0, and two people show up, one about twenty minutes late. There were supposed to be five people here. Obviously she's not the only problem player here, but I still go to message her because I see she's online, afraid that they just didn't want to show up, or changed their mind about joining.
I ask her, thirty minutes into what was supposed to be session 0, whether she was going to show up. The response: 'Oh, I had no clue that was now!'
Their quirk, as I came to learn, is that they never backread in the chat. In the server I created to keep everything tidy, and to keep everyone informed of the plans and the information they needed to show up at my table, she never read it. This still continues to this day even in non D&D settings, I have to DM them if I want to ensure she sees something that was posted in the friend group chat.
My last friend who I played D&D regularly with is shy and introverted, but very thoughtful. They often had to be gently nudged into RPing because they were afraid of interrupting anyone else. This is an easy fix, though. I just had to gently nudge them every so often with a 'And X, what are you doing right now?' or 'X, how do you feel about this?' to try and help them out of their shell.
What I absolutely cannot fix is their flimsy grasp of the passage of time. It's become a running joke in the group where if they say they're going to be 10 minutes late, someone else will say "Alright, see you in an hour," And that usually is not an exaggeration. Chronically late, the group often has to wait for them to show up well past the start time, while I try to engage the others with D&D talk while we feel a half hour of potential playtime slowly trickle by. Since we're already on a timer before my boyfriend passes out, it would leave very little room to do whatever I'd planned. They're not the only one who was late regularly, but now that it's just these three, it's become more of an issue.
I'm reminded of the old saying, sometimes great people are just not great to play ttrpgs with. Or something like that, anyway. I still love to play D&D with these people, but as a DM, the absolute BEST way to discourage me from continuing with the campaign is to feel like nobody cares enough to show up at my sessions, or pay attention when I'm running them.
They're all currently neck deep in college now, so we aren't having regular D&D anyway, but I'm so starved for regular game nights that I'm actually considering going down to the local game store to try and find another group to RP with, or finding a group online. Which I've heard just as many horror stories about. But hey, at least it'd be a different kind of horror story than what's happening here.
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2021.10.18 00:59 jookco Elijah Gorham Death - Obituary - Dead News : Marquise Brown ran out carrying a No. 7 jersey to honor Elijah Gorham, the Mervo football player who passed away last week. Click link to read full story.
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2021.10.18 00:59 DaBaby_Lets_Go 7667 6370 7616 giratina raid on me
2021.10.18 00:59 Sew_Underrated I made my BFF a new dress and cardigan for fall!
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2021.10.18 00:59 AgentP-501_212 Is Biden's trillion dollar spending going lead to a financial collapse?
I saw a New York Times opinion article expressing this opinion.
Does anyone have a response to this?
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