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2021.09.24 06:04 JiveChops1987 It’s Live in the states!!!

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2021.09.24 06:04 hobowithanapple My Walk Across America

Hey guys, I’m walking across America and finally nearing Yellowstone where my walk across America will transform into a walk through all the national parks in the lower 48. It will be a ~20,000 mile journey and will take around 3 years.
My walk started in Illinois back in January and walked down to San Diego, where I touched the ocean and turned north and followed the 1 up the coast until I reached Newport, Oregon and began my trek east towards Yellowstone. I’m ~4,500 miles into my journey and would love to share the beauty of this journey with you. It has been a beautiful one, full of kind stories that inspire hope and rekindle your faith in your fellow human.
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2021.09.24 06:04 Kermit-K4zi green bord green bord

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2021.09.24 06:04 PSCuber77_gaming Where were the first sightings of wall jumps?

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2021.09.24 06:04 xStaabOnMyKnobx When the AI makes mistakes like a human player...

And it works to your advantage!!!
Currently doing a run as Malacca and am wanting to dominate the entire Indo-sphere. Chugging along pretty well but perhaps said "Fuck AE" a bit too much.
Long story short I catch a coalition of Majapahit, Ayutthaya, and a handful of minor nations. They felt comfortable enough to fire a punitive war but this was their fatal mistake.
I became a tributary of Ming while working through my mission tree. Majapahit is the leader of the coalition....and NOT a tributary of Ming!!! Therefore, not only was Ming called in to the war to defend me, ALL the attacking nations had their tributary status cancelled with Ming as I was free to win the punitive war with 80 war score and scoring several provinces totally free of AE.
Overall, a huge misplay by all AI parties. Let the spice flow!!!
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2021.09.24 06:04 df_art Beast of Wisdom, Me, Digital, 2021

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2021.09.24 06:04 Main_Bowler8556 Heartbroken about a boy who is dating someone else now

I(24f) met this guy (24m) at a party which my friend was trying to set me up with. Although I didn’t get to talk to him properly at the party (got nervous) I did add him on Instagram later on. Few weeks later, I still couldn’t get him out of my head even, I was just upset that I didn’t have the confident to go and talk to him when I knew through my friend beforehand that this boy liked me. (he saw pictures of me on my friends social media).
So I was going to ask this guy out for a coffee or something through Instagram but I was talking to my that friend, if I should? And she told me that he is now dating a 19 years old girl and this really broke my heart. I’ve been wanting to date someone who seemed my type and this boy really did. I hate the fact that I got nervous at the party and didn’t talk to him alone or anything. What do I do? I know I need to move on but how? Really feel I messed up a great opportunity for myself
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2021.09.24 06:04 Neggy5 Dying Light 2 reveal gave false hopes for most Switch Owners

Hello! So in all region’s Direct showing today, Dying Light 2 Cloud Version was one of the reveals despite it only being available in 4-5 countries worldwide.
IMO this should not have been shown due to the extremely limited availability of Cloud versions. Thankfully my country just got GeForce Now this week so I can play on there. I’m just pointing this out.
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2021.09.24 06:04 dee_snutz Weight dragging champ

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2021.09.24 06:04 MustyToeJam Surtling farm broke with H&H?

Havent played in a few months, but i dug out a surtling spawner and it only spawned a group once, now nothing for 19+ days.
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2021.09.24 06:04 Korrocks Jaime Pressly vs Cameron Diaz

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2021.09.24 06:04 ThatDudeYallKnow BEST GROUP ✅🔥You can still Hmu on telegram to gain access to the tele group. $6 entry fee. (19,000vids)(100+ megalinks). telegram is @wokendemon or hit me on here if account not banned yet.🔥✅ DONT HMU IF YOU NOT READY TO PAY $$$6

BEST GROUP ✅🔥You can still Hmu on telegram to gain access to the tele group. $6 entry fee. (19,000vids)(100+ megalinks). telegram is @wokendemon or hit me on here if account not banned yet.🔥✅ DONT HMU IF YOU NOT READY TO PAY $$$6 submitted by ThatDudeYallKnow to EricaMenaFlicks [link] [comments]

2021.09.24 06:04 prawnbiryani 💗☁🍦🌸🧁🤍🦩

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2021.09.24 06:04 LeviathanMango Spread your art.

I have an all tomorrows themed account on Ifunny so if you have any art you want to show to more people just send it to me in a way I can save it and tell me who to credit. (P.s. I'm not a bot)
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2021.09.24 06:04 asokraju Weird number from Fidelity to CS, what does USD0.001 represent?

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2021.09.24 06:04 the_knobgobbler Who do I start at RB this week?

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2021.09.24 06:04 HistoricChair Oh, did you want some?

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2021.09.24 06:04 bnymn23 An armour i drew

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2021.09.24 06:04 azalea01eg New Free Startup Network

I wanted to share a new startup network I found that provides free marketing materials and free promotion on the platform if you get accepted after filling an application. No fees or subscriptions, definitely worth checking.
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2021.09.24 06:04 SkyeoMalley What tree is this! I’ve seen them all over NJ and CO.

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2021.09.24 06:04 0gabe0 Well… Seems conflicting (Feel free to make assumptions)

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2021.09.24 06:04 mr--user I found two of these in my bushes, what are they called?

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2021.09.24 06:04 HighVoltLemonBattery Minor league player notes part 1: Hitters

I've been looking over a bunch of minor league stats recently and thought I'd share what I've found for anyone who hasn't checked in on our minor leaguers recently. I am in no way a scout or good at analyzing advanced stats, I'm just sharing what I've come across lately. With that out of the way, onto the players I think are noteworthy.
-Gabriel Arias (21, 2019 Mike Clevinger trade, INF)
Starting off with a guy I'm sure many have been hearing about this year and what a year it's been for him. Spending the whole season at AAA Columbus, he's currently slashing .282/.347/.445. 29 doubles to go along with 11 homers shows he can hit for power in the upper minors as this was his first exposure to pitching above High A, skipping AA entirely. 38 walks and 108 strikeouts are both slightly improved over his 2019 season. He's cut back on the errors at short this year but has also been playing more at 2B and 3B than previous years. I'm guessing he doesn't stick at SS with no shortage of options, but he's going to be on the big league club next year at a young age and he looks good.
-Will Benson (23, 2016 1st round pick, OF)
The former 1st round OFer seems to have struggled since reaching High A in 2019 but has continued moving up the ladder. Another year in AA/AAA might do him good. He's got power and speed, 16 doubles, 16 homers, 14 steals this year, 20+ of each in 2019, and a great eye at the plate, drawing 73 walks this year for a .351 OBP despite just a .204 AVG. If he can bring the average up some he could be a dangerous hitter, but even still we might see him in late 2022/2023. Interesting to note that he managed to find playing time last year despite the cancelled minor league season, playing in the independent Constellation Energy League with limited success, where former Indians organization members Conner Capel and Kyle Crockett were teammates.
-Will Brennan (23, 2019 8th round pick, CF)
Brennan made a number of improvements in his 2nd pro season, going from rookie ball and Low A in 2019 to High A and AA this year. His AVG, OBP, and Slugging all improved and he displayed some power with a full season (28 2B, 6 HR). He draws walks and has some speed he can use (15 SB), but his big problem this year was a huge increase in strikeouts, going from 17 in 247 PA to 72 in 446 PA. He rarely struck out in college (35 in 745 PA) and hopefully will cut back again next year. Looks like he does a solid job in CF.
-Trenton Brooks (26, 2016 17th round pick, 1B/RF)
Another OF option who made the switch to 1B this year, he could get a look if Bobby Bradley doesn't work out next year. Over 99 games between Akron and Columbus he's slashed .254/.350/.431 with 24 doubles and a dozen homers so he's got some ability to get on base and hit for power, just not as much as Bradley. All 3 slashes marginally improved over 2019 although the doubles dropped off some (33 that year). Next year could be his last with the organization unless he has a big year as I believe 2016 draft picks will be minor league free agents after 2022.
-Jorge Burgos (19, 2019 minor league FA, OF)
Burgos has torn up the lower minors in 2 seasons with the organization. In his first season in the US he hit .353 over 31 games in rookie ball before being promoted to Class A where he kept up a .293 AVG the remainder of the year. Over 108 pro games he's slashing .300/.392/.431 with 32 2B, 8 3B, 16 SB, and 53 walks. Still a few years away but off to a promising start still shy of his 20th birthday.
-Alex Call (26, 2018 Yonder Alonso trade, OF)
Call took a step forward this year after seeming to be organizational filler since his acquisition. Finding his stride in his 3rd year at AA, he hit .310 over 43 games before cooling off following a promotion to Columbus. Still, he cut down on the strikeouts (93 down to 63 in 114 more PA this year), maintained a decent walk rate (.360 OBP), showed some power and speed (21 2B, 15 HR, 15 SB), and was a solid defender in the outfield. Could be part of a very crowded battle for the 4th OF spot next year.
-Jake Fox (18, 2021 3rd round pick, INF)
One of the few hitters the Tribe drafted this year came out of the gate strong in rookie ball. He swatted .405 recording 17 hits, 7 steals, and 6 walks in 49 PA while playing 71 1/3 innings of errorless defense. Very small sample size but a good start to the career of one of our early round draft picks.
-Tyler Freeman (22, 2017 2nd round pick, INF)
One of our top prospects spent much of this year on the shelf, but when healthy he was very good, batting .323/.372/.470 over 41 games at AA. The injury might delay his debut by half a year to a year but he'll at least be in Columbus by the end of next year. He continued showing off gap power, posting 14 doubles in his shortened season after hitting 32 in 2019, and continues to keep strikeouts low (just 108 in 1172 career PAs). Like Contreras, he's been hit by pitches more in his career (56) than he has walks (49).
-Dayan Frias (19, 2018 minor league FA, INF)
Another player in his 2nd pro season noteworthy for how much of a leap his numbers took. In roughly the same number of PAs his AVG jumped 104 points, OPB was up 37 points, and SLG went up 229 points. He's shown some pop and speed with 16 2B, 6 3B, 4 HR, and 13 SB in 82 career games, so double those numbers for a full season. Interesting to see if he can keep up the production moving up.
-Andres Gimenez (23, 2021 Francisco Lindor trade, INF)
I'm sure everyone here knows Gimenez and watched him struggle with the big league club this year, but for anyone who didn't check he put up some solid numbers at Columbus between stints with the big league club. Over 52 games he slashed .287/.342/.502 with 13 doubles, 10 homers, and 8 SB. He's still very young and despite struggling with the Tribe he showed he can hit in the highest of the minor leagues. Next year will be big for him one way or another.
-Oscar Gonzalez (23, 2014 minor league FA, OF)
Gonzalez enjoyed a breakout campaign, leading the organization's affiliates in hits and homers with 133 and 28 as of this writing. He'd shown power in the form of doubles for years, posting his 3rd straight 20+ 2B season, but this is the first time he's shown home run power in terms of numbers. He also batted .294 between Akron and Columbus and recorded 10 OF assists. I'm not sure how minor league service time works especially with the cancelled season but he may be an upcoming free agent, in which case let's hope he re-signs. Fans have been clamoring for right-handed power bats for years and I'd love to see this one get a shot with us next season.
-Isaiah Greene (20, 2021 Francisco Lindor trade, OF)
One of the key long-term pieces acquired for Lindor and Carlos Carrasco, Greene made his pro debut this year as he was drafted in 2020 and tore up rookie ball pitching, slashing .289/.421/.368 with 44 hits, 9 doubles, and 35 walks in 43 games. The ceiling is high for Greene and his early production seems to back up the notion of a promising future in Cleveland. He's going to have something to say about who won the Lindor trade in a few years.
-Nolan Jones (23, 2016 2nd round pick, 3B)
The top prospect had a down year plagued by injuries that eventually led to season-ending surgery, though he's expected to be ready by Spring Training. Still, he managed to post a career-high 25 doubles, along with 13 homers and his first double-digit steal season with 10 across 99 games in Columbus. His defensive numbers seemed to improve and I would still expect his arrival in the big leagues some time next year, maybe after starting the year in Columbus.
-Steven Kwan (24, 2018 5th round pick, CF)
Another player soon to add his name to the OF mix is Kwan. In his first season above High A he kept up the production he's shown since being drafted, which is hitting for a high average, drawing walks, keeping strikeouts low, and showing a bit of pop mixed in. This time around he slashed .330/.403/.526 with 15 doubles, 10 homers, and 30 walks to 29 Ks across 70 games. Look for him to get a shot against big league pitching soon.
-Bryan Lavastida (22, 2018 15th round pick, C/DH)
Lavastida has hit for average and power at just about every stop. He split this year between High A, AA, and AAA, posting some fine numbers along the way. Overall on the year he slashed .289/.380/.456 with 19 doubles, 9 homers, 16 steals, and 40 walks to 68 strikeouts in 84 games. With 42 doubles and 24 steals in a little over a full season's worth of games in his career, he definitely has some pop and speed. He throws out about 1/3 of steal attempts behind the plate, but he sees a lot of action as a DH which may mean the Indians have doubts about his catching ability. For next year he could be in the mix for the backup catcher role as one of Roberto Perez or Austin Hedges is likely to be gone.
-Bo Naylor (21, 2018 1st round pick, C)
The younger Naylor struggled at the plate in his first season at AA, batting just .188/.280/.332, a significant dropoff from his 2019 numbers. Defensively he seems to have roughly maintained his usual numbers. Still very young, he may need more time to adjust to higher level pitching before putting up numbers more expected of him, which he should be able to do. Ending on a positive note, he was a perfect 10-for-10 in steals.
-Jhonkensy Noel (20, 2017 minor league FA, 1B/3B)
Noel is a corner infielder who hits the ball hard and well. Coming off a year split mostly between A and High A he batted .340/.390/.615 with 14 doubles and 19 bombs. Described as one of the hardest hitters in the organization and with contact that seems to be improving, expect the power numbers to only go up.
-Richie Palacios (24, 2018 3rd round pick, INF/OF)
Palacios posted very solid numbers between Akron and Columbus this year, most notably 32 doubles. Patient at the plate, drawing walks and keeping strikeouts relatively low, Palacios boasts a slash line of .318/.406/.497 in 142 career minor league games with 40 doubles, 13 homers, 26 steals, and 71 walks. That bat combined with his defensive versatility could give him a shot within the next 2 seasons.
-Brayan Rocchio (20, 2017 minor league FA, INF)
Stop me if this sounds familiar. Rocchio is a switch-hitting infielder who hits for average, power, has speed, and is a solid defender. Now, I'm not saying he's the next coming of Lindor or Ramirez, but he could be quite good in his own right. This year he put out a .277/.346/.460 slash with 26 doubles, 15 homers, and 21 steals, and he hit better after his promotion to AA than he had at High A.
-Jose Tena (20, 2017 minor league FA, INF)
Tena has hit for contact at every level so far, but this year he started to add some pop into the mix. To go along with his .281 AVG he swatted 25 doubles and 16 homers. He's a solid defender and one of several promising talents to come out of the Tribe's 2017 international free agent class.
-George Valera (20, 2017 minor league FA, OF)
Valera is starting to emerge with numbers to back up his high prospect ranking, posting his best season yet as a pro at the highest competition levels he's faced. 19 homers, 66 walks, and a .260 AVG over 86 games are among the highlights and he still has room and time to improve. Also a good defender and recorded 6 outfield assists this year. It won't be long before his bat is reinforcing our outfield ranks.
And that's it for the hitters who've stood out to me. I'll have another post detailing some promising young pitchers written up within the next few days. If you read this whole wall of text, thanks for sticking around and I hope this was informative and/or entertaining and brings about some excitement for the future. Go Tribe/Guard!
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2021.09.24 06:04 Sauerkraut-84- Interessante Sache!

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2021.09.24 06:04 PatWoodworking So thinned pure tung oil and boiled linseed are largely interchangeable right?

I thin the tung with citrus terpene.
I think they are from reading online but I wanted to check the brains trust here because most videos online from the US and UK have people using boiled linseed.
The tung works out cheaper where I live and I have about 800ml of a it and 600ml of the citrus left. Looking to finish a workbench top. Don't care about how it looks.
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