2021.09.20 02:03 NOSTALGIASTORE Le Feu D'Issey Light By Issey Miyake For Women EDT Spray 50 ML (TESTER) , Vintage, Very Rare, Hard to find
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2021.09.20 02:03 blo0dypalms Nintendo be like ”Here, have these!” like DOES IT LOOK LIKE I HAVE TICKETS OR TIME OR NEED TO LEVEL UP MY NORMALS lmaoo
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2021.09.20 02:03 Technical_Ideal_8917 To Dentists of Reddit - How Often Do You Get Requests for Dental Records for Missing Persons or Identification?
2021.09.20 02:03 Mr_HumanMan_Thing Haircuts and Witcher gear maps on Switch?
So I've been replaying witcher 3 on my switch and I just reached skellige but I'm having a few issues with side content.
1.) The maps for witcher gear aren't appearing in any merchant shops. I'm still able to find the gear but I can't buy any of the maps from their respective merchants.
2.) Whenever I talk to the barber and try to style Geralt's hair, I only have 3 options for haircuts and I can only shave my beard. I know there's more haircuts but the options aren't appearing. Is this normal for the Switch port?
I've tried looking these issues up but I haven't found anything relating to my questions.
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2021.09.20 02:03 thisisntus997 Everyone out here complaining about warlocks but I'm over here secretly enraged by this card
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2021.09.20 02:03 original_dick_kickem Tread not on this lad
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2021.09.20 02:03 GarfieldTree Kenjis Instagram deleted
2021.09.20 02:03 BoostedCivic27 Just found this group! I know this shot doesn’t compare to the other shots I’ve seen here, but I’m pretty proud of this considering I took it on my iPhone! (12 Pro)
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2021.09.20 02:03 SirDigbySelfie-Stick RIP TCAPC
2021.09.20 02:03 Specific-Leading656 Anyone work as a Social Skills Facilitator at Easterseals by chance?
2021.09.20 02:03 DinosaurScale Total carbon steel noob here, what's wrong with my pan? Is it still good to cook on or should I maybe do a deep clean?
2021.09.20 02:03 SigonLegacy Questions about Tim Bartz's last video on how to get a Maverick ordered...
He had mentioned the dealership getting signatures, a copy of your DL, and a number of other things. I did none of that and yet am scheduled for mid-October. Is there anything I should worry about? The sales guy at Covert Ford assured me I didn't have to do anything, but now I'm mildly afraid the truck will get yanked out from under me somehow.
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2021.09.20 02:03 Ninjen333 Surprised pistachio
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2021.09.20 02:03 jittbob LF2 tier 3-4 flex role Preferably support/adc but we can rearrange some things
2021.09.20 02:03 ravensteel539 Can Stasis Weapon effects trigger Focusing Lens?
I’m theory-crafting some solo builds, and I’m curious to know if anyone’s tried a solo Focusing Lens build with a Well of Radiance, Celestial Golden Gun, or other light super for damage, but using weapons like Salvation’s Grip, Cryosthesia, or the new trace rifle to either freeze or slow the target.
Does this weapon debuff work in place of a stasis-subclass teammate, and is this viable? I know that the Scepter and Cryosthesia both require a kill beforehand, and any exotic precludes use of solid DPS exotics, but would the setup be worth it in order to self-debuff for a light super?
I also don’t know how this would compare numerically to trying to Celestial Golden Gun your own divinity bubble (possible with tight timing) or using your super on something debuffed by Tractor Canon. Can someone with the numbers on this provide some context for me?
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2021.09.20 02:03 paverdeto Karla Melo IG
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2021.09.20 02:03 C_fineman Orange color study. Any feedback or critique is appreciated!
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2021.09.20 02:03 librarianinfomaven Question about mileage in between races.
I ran a 50k race last weekend in which I DNFed at mile 22. I have a marathon October 23rd, with essentially 5 weeks between the races. I can’t figure out what mileage I should do between the races. Do I keep it low or should I do another 20 miler? Any advice would be appreciated.
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2021.09.20 02:03 alpatris333 Absolutely the worst community out of any video game I’ve ever played.
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2021.09.20 02:03 Routine_Palpitation Describe the entire series, one book per sentance (or three sentences)
2021.09.20 02:03 MatheAM2004 Only good pop songs ;)
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2021.09.20 02:03 Soley70N Weekend Challenge Fun : Surprise, I’m team Apple 🍎 (ok, and I love pumpkin) 🧡
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2021.09.20 02:03 Akeemyo Who’s going to the Concerts?
2021.09.20 02:03 Helpful_Painting_783 here ya go
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2021.09.20 02:03 gnramires An Alternative to Anti-Cheat (and much more)
An Alternative to Anti-Cheat (and much more) -- Giving Enclaves another chance
I think I've found a worthwhile alternative to software anti-cheat (that also would work well on Linux, without privacy, freedom or security concerns)
I've played games since my early childhood. At some point in time, bots/cheating started to become a major issue in all online games. For example, an early MMORPG went through an era it almost collapsed (and had to reinvent several core mechanics) to get around cheats and unintended automation. Eventually, they moved to BattleEye and seem to be mostly under control (although the game, called Tibia, was severely altered to make most cheating literally either impossible or built-into the official client).
I've become convinced the best solution would not be a software solution, because it's relatively easy to run your software say in a virtual machine or hide your unintended behavior at a lower, invisible level software abstraction layer. Eventually it ends up needing some kind of kernel-level control and hardware authentication.
The problem is those solutions are quite bad from a privacy perspective. Theoretically, this kind of software could be open-sourced; however, its kernel of operation is difficult even in theory be open sourced because that would reveal detection secrets (unless the detection and authentication is absolutely bulletproof -- I'll leave that as an interesting possibility).
It's not intuitive, but in a way it's a freedom to give up your autonomy to an extent you choose. Like renting a house: you have the freedom to rent away your property, but once you do that you no longer have the keys to access its content. You either request back the property or let the tenant proceed, but you can't snoop his property.
Imagine you could rent out your CPU as a server with reasonably strong privacy guarantees
Moreover, this technology is not currently open (AMD has no equivalent).
This is more of a Manifesto calling for developing a more open, more performant, fully fledged Trusted computing platform.
One idea would be to have up to entire secure cores running regular applications, like games and computing tasks.
Some kind of trusted third party needs to control the hardware keys that would make all of this work. This could be left to manufacturers (AMD/Intel/etc.) but I think it'd be far more interesting/beneficial to use 3rd party companies like the Certificate Authority infrastructure. A CA could be responsible for the keys (making the manufacturers less of a single point of failure) which may even audit the manufacturers for proper internal key handling and deletion.
This is essentially a final solution for anti-cheat and computing delegation on all computing platforms, including Linux. There's a leftover space for cheat that uses image capturing and AI, but at this level it's almost impossible to control (beside requiring substantial hardware modification by the cheater). Linux anti-cheat would progress greatly as well.
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