Can someone share their flowers/trees? Newbie here

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2022.01.25 04:31 Toru_Y2K Can someone share their flowers/trees? Newbie here

I'm so limited with landscaping :( don't have any friends on here lol all I have is cherries
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2022.01.25 04:31 Voldyneedsnose My first pixel Art

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2022.01.25 04:30 tipodecinta Tories reject bid to protect existing leaseholders by 144-vote majority

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2022.01.25 04:30 funny_nickname_here Hear me out

Star wars would have ended real quick if they gave Anakin a Snickers bar
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2022.01.25 04:30 kwaaivines How the gang deal with their problems in life.

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2022.01.25 04:30 NoXiMiouS Do you think the bigger animes (like komi-san s2, love is war s3, & etc.) will overshadow the anime adaptation?

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2022.01.25 04:30 Bananabob14173 I have finally watched no way home and can finally turn my notifications on and go on the internet without worrying about spoilers, good stuff

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2022.01.25 04:30 tellmeafactGPT2Bot TMAF about the U.S.

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2022.01.25 04:30 TerribleWord1214 Karen crossing

My partner is a Karen-triggerer. This is one of his many stories.
A few months ago my partner (MP) was out walking and he approached a set of traffic lights on a busy main road which require the pedestrian lights to be manually activated. A Karen (K) was standing waiting for the little man to turn green, not realising she had to push the button.
MP: Excuse me, you have to push the button to activate the pedestrian light.
K:
Another lights cycle goes with no green man.
MP: I’m sorry, but if you’re not going to push the button can you least allow me to….
K: (Screaming hysterically) Don’t you come anywhere near me you filthy drug addict, or I’ll call the police!!!
She hits him with her umbrella.
MP steps out of her reach.
MP: OK then. Let’s just wait here shall we, and see if we ever get a green light.
Traffic light turns green but walk signal does not activate. At this point Karen plunges headlong into turning traffic, causing chaos as she charges across the road.
MP: (calling out across the road) I think you’re going to be really embarrassed when you’ve calmed down later and reflect on your behaviour!
Just thought I’d share.
TLDR: Why did the Karen not cross the road.
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2022.01.25 04:30 Secure-Ad-6291 Looking for managers. I'm willing to play pegaxy. I have experience playing pegaxy. Metamask ready ✅ Discord name: jesseca12#7761

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2022.01.25 04:30 outerdankness Any exmos decidedly child free? How did you get off the fence?

I’m a married man in my late 30s. I’ve made it this far without kids, and now my wife and I are trying to decide if we really want kids. We both love our careers and also love our siblings and their kids. Regardless of having kids we want to make a meaningful impact in the world.
I’m well aware of the conditioning I and others have had around having kids. I’m curious if any fellow exmos out there have made the decision to not have children? What was it that helped you make that decision? How did you overcome the heaps of conditioning we get in Mormonism that having kids will lead to regret and despair in old age?
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2022.01.25 04:30 CHROM3ML3 Curiosity....

Celeste hasn't shown on my island in over a month, I'm sure someone has asked, but I haven't found anything on the page of older posts. Is there a reason for this? Again sorry (in advance) if this has been asked before.
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2022.01.25 04:30 cooldudewastaken2 These guys challenge you u/sirsnickersnee

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2022.01.25 04:30 pez_dispens3r Graeber & Wengrow's contend that intellectual historians reject the influence of Native American intellectuals on Enlightenment ideas of equality and egality. Are they correct in this contention?

From the second chapter of The Dawn of Everything, David Graeber and David Wengrow examine the influence of missionary accounts and travel journals, detailing long exchanges with Native American interlocutors, including Native American critiques of European society, on European notions of social equality. But, they maintain, intellectual historians reject these accounts as the European authors inserting their own ideas into the mouths of Native Americans.

Many influential Enlightenment thinkers did in fact claim that some of their ideas on the subject were directly taken from Native American sources – even though, predictably, intellectual historians today insist this cannot really be the case. Indigenous people are assumed to have lived in a completely different universe, inhabited a different reality, even; anything Europeans said about them was simply a shadow-play projection, fantasies of the ‘noble savage’ culled from the European tradition itself.4
Here they reference: Chinard, Gilbert 1913; Healy, George R 1958; Berkhofer, Robert 1978a, 1978b; Dickason, Olive Patricia 1984; McGregor, Gaile 1988; Cro, Stelio 1990; Pagden, Anthony 1993; Sayre, Gordon 1997; Franks, C.E.S. 2002. Later they go on (emphasis mine):
What makes this especially odd is that no one denies that many European explorers, missionaries, traders, settlers and others who sojourned on American shores spent years learning native languages and perfecting their skills in conversation with native speakers; just as indigenous Americans did the work of learning Spanish, English, Dutch or French. Neither, we think, would anyone who has ever learned a truly alien language deny that doing so takes a great deal of imaginative work, trying to grasp unfamiliar concepts. We also know that missionaries typically conducted long philosophical debates as part of their professional duties; many others, on both sides, argued with one another either out of simple curiosity, or because they had immediate practical reasons to understand the other’s point of view. Finally, no one would deny that travel literature, and missionary relations – which often contained summaries of, or even extracts from, these exchanges – were popular literary genres, avidly followed by educated Europeans. Any middle-class household in eighteenth-century Amsterdam or Grenoble would have been likely to have on its shelves at the very least a copy of the Jesuit Relations of New France (as France’s North American colonies were then known), and one or two accounts written by voyagers to faraway lands. Such books were appreciated largely because they contained surprising and unprecedented ideas.10
Historians are aware of all this. Yet the overwhelming majority still conclude that even when European authors explicitly say they are borrowing ideas, concepts and arguments from indigenous thinkers, one should not take them seriously. It’s all just supposed to be some kind of misunderstanding, fabrication, or at best a naive projection of pre-existing European ideas. [Indigenous] American intellectuals, when they appear in European accounts, are assumed to be mere representatives of some Western archetype of the ‘noble savage’ or sock-puppets, used as plausible alibis to an author who might otherwise get into trouble for presenting subversive ideas (deism, for example, or rational materialism, or unconventional views on marriage).11
My question is, are these views representative of modern, mainstream intellectual historians, or have Graeber and Wengrow cherry-picked (or been over-reliant on dated histories) in order to form this view? Have we seen a shift away from this with intellectual histories such as JL Heilbron's Galileo, which strive to relocate their subjects in a social and cultural context and therefore sidestep these pitfalls? Or is the historical consensus still that these Native American speakers were all sockpuppets after all?
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2022.01.25 04:30 sehaalibalik A recycled trampoline

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2022.01.25 04:30 smartbrain535 These photos look the same though....

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2022.01.25 04:30 MusicLabBeats 2022 Trap Type Beat - Bounce

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2022.01.25 04:30 kpedey I realize this is a massive self-own, but are there any water bottles out there that can take some serious punishment?

Been getting back into rec league lately and 2 of the last 3 games, one of my own boys has exploded my water bottle in warm up.
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2022.01.25 04:30 bloodroyalyronwood Knock Knock, Gray Prince

Ser Ferris Yronwood, uncle to lord Cletus, and current representative for his family in Cletus' absence, arrives to the study of Prince Ballabar, standing outside to peer down at what would presumably offer some view of a courtyard. Taking in a momentary view of the scenery, realizing he'd like to see the Water Gardens soon, again. His sons had grown out of it, but more would come. It was high time Cletus was married.
The guards would no doubt announce his presence, and pass off that he requests audience.
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2022.01.25 04:30 AngelicaLBN Doing Drugs at 5 in the Philippines

When I was in kindergarten, I learned that if you held up a lighter close to a tube of Rugby glue you could be Happy.
(but I just wanted to be a kid.)
Drugs are a great way to coverup the loneliness. What's the problem? It's the drugs. People get it. It saves you all the trouble of explaining everything You see the older street kids acting like adults as fast as 5, know how to use a gun but not how to say I Love You. "They'll grow up to be useless!" I'd hear all that time: But you know, they just want someone to come home to, that's all. I just wanted to come home to somebody.
"Loneliness is the worst kind of pain, it's pervasive and it gnaws at you. It's there forever too . The overdosing, the acid reflux, the cigarette burns on the arms, the bruises and blood clots -- there's a kind of solace in knowing that it was all temporary pain. You get to run away from that massive sink hole of sadness that seems to follow you around, as if you're one step away from slipping up and falling in forever. Certainly wouldn't mind it." Fuck, I was supposed to be at kindergarten. What do you say to a 30 year old man pouring his heart out. "Oo po, ano Naman, life isn't fair Hinde ba?" But I knew what he meant. I loved those guys at the farm so much.
"It's the biggest joke in the world, you know, hearing all these so-called adults talk about how scared they are of drug addicts? Scared? Scared of people that have less than them?" Good one, tell that at my funeral. Just like that, the internet cafe went up into a smoke.
On the other side of that, was my best friend Eric. He was 4 years old, got everything in the world against him, sleeps in a room of 6. And if I knew what hate was then at 5 years old, it was hating his Dad for leaving him. He's too good for this world. Anyway, I was going to show him how to light up, but lied that I was just trying to repair my Dad's shoe. He wanted to bike to the local bakery and read my new books and make some pie out of mud. Eric was the somebody I got to go home to and then I forgot all about that pain.
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2022.01.25 04:30 zigx6969 Cum join the coolest group on Fambase! Sexy chill lady. Good vibes only

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2022.01.25 04:30 thisisme1995433 Fans during national finals be like.

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2022.01.25 04:30 JustAnSenileSquid "Oct 30th - I saw the elevator mechanic do weird things like smear baby blood on the button panel. Oh well it was probably nothing to worry about"

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2022.01.25 04:30 IntercontinentalUser Swipe

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2022.01.25 04:30 stefgel70 Relaxing JAZZ Music - New York JAZZ - Relaxing Lounge Bar Instrumental

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