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I'd receive an award like that. It's already in the container, just put a small hole in the top and fill it with piss.
Use whatever currency you have to acquire long lasting equipment/goods, and skills. Only thing that won't lose it's value if the wrong person sneezes.
You can buy used womens underwear from vending machines. They're degenerate, dissolving trash; they're just better at keeping garbage out of their country than the west is.
Omicron's a real thing, they're just using it as cover for exactly that. My entire family got hit with it almost simultaneously around/after Christmas. Everyone had the same symptoms and severity, despite the myriad vaccination statuses we have. I've never had a single shot, brother's had three, dad's had two, sister's had three, other brother's had one; it's a real disease, just being used as cover for their shitty medical grift-ery.
I build stuff. Got a 3D printer some years ago, and have been designing and printing useful things ever since. Getting into building useful electronics and various programming languages as well; hoping to create an alternative to trash-tier PC peripherals available right now.
I dunno; both have their merits. Guy on the left looks like he's willing and able to turn a few people into ground beef with a musket for talking shit, the guy on the right looks like he's got his shit together nobody can talk bad about him.
Hood Santa climbs down the chimney with an empty sack and a stolen 9mm, and leaves with all the presents.
It's a fake holiday made up by a serial abuser.
Got corn fields, wheat fields, dairy cows, meat cows, pigs, and chicken farming all in drives reach. And I'm even only a couple hours out from the nearest city.
Never had a milk shortage, get ours from a farm store with their dairy cows across the street. Cheaper than store bought too.
Go back another 50 years they were blaming the same things for "Global Cooling".
Workshops start stupid cheap too; pair of scissors, some glue, some tape. Just recycle old crap into useful stuff to start. As you run into needs for more tools, restore some old ones, buy something cheap, or just build something that'll work.
Human evil knows no bounds: the Bible's pretty clear on that.
This is PRECISELY what a strong woman is; modern culture's burning this at the stake for a few dollars towards a meaningless GDP.
I like the technology, but the implementation of it is atrocious on so many levels. Not to mention the weirdo's it tends to attract.
Pretty much any career politician does things either that way, or "fixing" the problem without actually fixing the problem. Like how dumbocrats are "solving" childcare issues by giving lots of free shit to single mothers. Just incentivizes poor families to break up just to make life easier, creating more fatherless men, and magnifying all the problems that causes. Dingus republicans tend to just waffle around doing nothing but a 0.01% tax reduction on fluorescent green markers, and running on the same platform for 50 years, and dingus democrats "fix" problems by creating more of them.
Given my experience in the industry, most positions they farm out to foreign workers wind up needing people to fix the crap code coming back in. My dad's former company moved their entire IT department overseas, to a group who didn't even have compilers or test environments. They'd write code in notepad, with comments in farsi, and pray to whatever deity they think exists that it would work perfectly sans testing.
They wound up re-hiring everyone they fired and then some, just to fix everything coming in because they had a ten year contract.
I taught myself the basics of coding through a few video games. Entry level software dev slots are $45k+ a year. Getting paid more than $15 an hour doesn't take actual effort.
I like all of it; Summer's great for it's own reasons, winter's got it's own beauty. Gods gift to man holds it's glory year 'round.
I like that they're wearing the colors of the tribe that sold black slaves to jews for American consumption.
Sums up the democrat party in a nutshell.
I'd like to get further data from experiments like this. I would think the longer path the left one takes would have it traveling slower at the end due to friction, The left path gets there sooner because it front-loads acceleration.
Some of the books were great, the movies... good time fillers, at least until the last three.
It's helpful having people able to operate usefully at different layers too. If everyone's only capable of operating at the highest level, if we fall back even a single "rung", we're all screwed. Mastering manufacturing basic goods from raw wild materials is handy, just as figuring out how basic electronics can be built/repaired. I've been looking to figure out basic electronic controllers, with the end-goal being able to rip the brains out of a consumer printer, and build my own controller. Maybe from there even able to reverse engineer and replace a proprietary controller in a modern over-computer'd car.
Back when I was working retail as a dumb kid, a particular number of my co-workers started smoking. They went from underachieving high school students and college kids, to college dropouts who had a hard time making it to work at 3pm reliably. All of them dropped every hobby that wasn't weed, alcohol, or the most braindead of games. And the only time I ever saw any of them climb out of that pit is when they dropped weed.
Love black licorice. Try some with one of those crazy strong Altoid mints sometime.