Western Ultimate League Winter Cup Info

2021.12.07 22:04 dshum Western Ultimate League Winter Cup Info

Posting this on behalf of the WUL.
The Western Ultimate League is a professional women's ultimate league on the west. They're having their inaugural season kickoff even in San Diego this weekend.
6 teams, 6 games over the weekend. Fantasy picks. I'm pretty stoked, but I live on the east coast so that's a bummer.
Check out tickets and more information on their site.
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2021.12.07 22:04 Successful_Owl_7165 Invite me to druddigon raids please!!!

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2021.12.07 22:04 AggressiveCompany523 NBA Highlights - Nuggets vs. Bulls! Bulls comeback on the Nuggets for the W!

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2021.12.07 22:04 thefatpokemon Anyone at library rn have a micro usb cable?

down bad need to charge my headphones you'd be a life saved
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2021.12.07 22:04 kuzcospoison77 Always read NSFW this way for some reason

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2021.12.07 22:04 Ok-Brush3424 ''open taobao'' button keeps showing up even though I am already logged in on the taobao lite app, using taobao?

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2021.12.07 22:04 davit106 Anyone catch the tombstone from episode 1.. little Easter egg.. Russell Bishop!

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2021.12.07 22:04 silencedmodder new to playing modern warfare, have a question about skins.

for public multiplayer matches, can you not use the same skin for both sides? because all my skins are for allegiance, and even though i have it set preferred to a allegiance skin, it changes when i’m on the coalition.
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2021.12.07 22:04 JamesWinter83 "Peter Parker, Stop talking. My name is Matthew Murdock. I'm your attorney." by @spdrmnkyxxiii

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2021.12.07 22:04 MillieBirdie If you run out of the mini pill, should you wait to start the next box when you start your period?

Basically the title. I ran out of my mini pill just before my new insurance kicked in, so I've been off it for about a week. I've got my new prescription, but I'm wondering if I should wait to start the new box until I've started my period, or if I should just start now?
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2021.12.07 22:03 MajorKryptic 7 days lesssss goooo

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2021.12.07 22:03 jookco Author Greg Tate Death - Dead - Obituary News : A great loss. Condolences to the family, friends and associates of The Legendary Author Greg Tate. Click link to read full story.

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2021.12.07 22:03 ceelos218 Rant

I don't even know where to start but I'll go ahead and say customer service is absolutely horrid with mint mobile. After being on the line for almost 2 hours.. 4 different customer service representatives, 2 supervisors.. 3 way calls.. none of them were able to match my information provided to successfully port in my number. Apparently I can't port in number because I ported out my number from mint mobile in 2020 and never came back so they terminated my number which I assume doesn't allow me to come back with the same number? although I still have it In service with another carrier and in order for me to port in my number again to mint mobile I have to get a new number.. which makes no sense because all I'm doing in activating the same number I had before. I've never had this issue with any other mobile carriers ever. I've always been able to port in and out smoothly back and forth with no issues except mint mobile. I've bought 2 different mint sim cards and it looks like Ill be getting a refund.
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2021.12.07 22:03 saltycelery1 Behind excited to own this beautiful piece of Tamiya history!

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2021.12.07 22:03 Appropriate-Salt-807 Should I be happy to get fired?

I’m brand spanking new overwhelmed abs getting thrown into field with little training on longest route because the demand is so crazy high during this peak season, but I cannot keep up. I’m crying on route, missing packages and wanting to kill myself.
It’s gotten to the point where I have realized that RCA just isn’t for me. Maybe it’s peak season abs maybe my mind will change once it slows down, however I will not quit.
I have a ton of experience in getting yelled at in customer service by angry Karen’s and knowing how to deal with those high stressful situations. honestly I think my talent is more towards sales abs customer service, I just enjoy talking to people whether they be mad or happy.
Should I look into more CCA or should I go towards a clerk position,?
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2021.12.07 22:03 NORDLAN We'll make sure Biden's Capital gains tax hike doesn't pass: U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO

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2021.12.07 22:03 jookco Pete Bolduc Death - Dead - Obituary News : Awful news on the passing of @WinslowAthletic football co-head coach Pete Bolduc. His players Click link to read full story.

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2021.12.07 22:03 Gino_lls Pregunta, app Gowo

Alguno ha tenido experiencia con esta app de busqueda de empleos?
Mi novia hizo el registro pero lo abandono y hoy le mandaron un mensaje y la llamaron diciendo que no se habia descargado la app y no se que mas.
Si alguien tiene info al respecto se lo agradezco.
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2021.12.07 22:03 Vince01208 looking for manager

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2021.12.07 22:03 lustmatt Awesome placemats from foreign land factory.

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2021.12.07 22:03 alexandravp Hi! I have been feeling very depressed lately, nothing seems to go right and people are extremely unfair to me. Is there anything on the map that could be interfering with my well being? thank you for your attention! 🦋

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2021.12.07 22:03 thefrozenone767 Socialism is largely the byproduct of detached philosophers and the naïve dreams of the repressed and suffering rather than any level of pragmatism. Populist movements are never a long-term solution to human suffering.

The Question
"Socialism" in this context being used in more of the strict and absolute sense rather than the hand-waving of mixed economies and the Nordic Model which are more socialist-capitalist hybrids.
At the end of the day, socialism and capitalism seek to answer the same fundamental question: "how should resources/capital be obtained and distributed?" Capitalism answers this question in a very straightforward and humanist way: if you want something, go get it. Obviously laws and regulations can reign that in but that is fundamentally the principle. Work for what you want. And clearly there are flaws with this, particularly in terms of capital hoarding, nepotism, abuse, and lack of assistance for those who need it. None of this is a secret.
Socialism, however, seeks to answer this same question with a collectivist and logical mindset. Resources should be distributed fairly across the collective. The scale and scope of these collectives vary but the idea is the same. The collective helps itself and each other. Common goals, common means, and in general a pure democratic ideal of working together. The collective determines how resources are obtained and distributed. In theory, working together should be more efficient than working against each other.
And it shouldn't be hard to see why the second of these two options is favored heavily by the repressed, impoverished, disabled, young and abused. It offers promises of solving all, if not most, of their problems. And in a similar way, it is favored heavily by many academics and philosophers because in terms of high-level discussion it sounds fantastic and makes sense. Why waste food just because there isn't profit to be had? Why should certain medicines cost so much? If someone cannot work, why not help them? It is an altruist's wet dream and for anyone who loves academic discussion and theory-crafting, it is a very fun topic to try to solve all the ills of the human condition.
The Socialist Answer isn't an Answer
But when it comes to actual reality and detailed plans of implementation, socialism always falls flat. Pragmatism matters, not idealism and socialism is almost entirely based on ideological beliefs. Unlike capitalism which largely creates free-for-all conditions unless reigned in, and makes no attempt in leashing human behavior, socialism is the opposite. If forces everyone into a strong social contract whether they are agree or not. And if they do not agree or do not follow the social contract the collective has created, it creates problems. It is a social contract that is much deeper and more restrictive than just law-making. It requires a degree of cooperation and micromanagement at every single level of society to function, and quickly breaks down when opposition or cracks form.
And the reason is simple: socialism a populist ideal. It tries to create a system where everyone is valued and has a voice. And in a pure socialist system, everyone has an equal voice. It is the shedding of the individual identity for the sake of the collective voice. It is a step above simply "working together" but rather working as one. Populism appeals to the most basic human moral and emotional needs but it rarely, if ever, results in positive long term solutions and the reason should be obvious.
Large groups of people make poor decisions.
This is the primary reason why socialism's efficacy becomes less as the population scales. A small socialist tribe or commune? Likely pretty effective, there are examples. A country of millions of different people, ideologies, races, and cultures? Now you have problems. Socialism requires near absolute social cohesion, and without that it falls apart. Large populations cannot not make rapid decisions. They cannot make decisions that benefit everyone equality. They cannot prioritize the needs and wants of everyone. Conflicts of interest quickly arise and factionalism forms. The factions eventually act contrary to the needs to the collective and threaten its existence.
The Populist Power Vacuum
Socialism results in a power vacuum by its collective nature. Large groups of people are not leaders. They are reactive followers. Leaderless mobs do not create stability. A leaderless collection of people creates a massive power vacuum and power vacuums are always filled eventually. It is free power and wealth for anyone willing to claim it, by force if necessary. As a result, it forces socialist countries to offer solutions. The big two are:
1.) Centralize. The most common is some level dictatorial rule or authoritarianism. Strong-men leaders love socialist revolutions because it creates easy-to-manipulate desperate mobs to take power for their own needs. You see they same kind of behavior in leaders of protests who often amass fame and donations for themselves. The mob cannot be trusted to rule themselves and decisions of the collective must be made by a central body to ensure cohesion and stability. Factionalism is destroyed as it arises. I shouldn't even have to explain why this is a problem and a bastardization of socialism.
2.) Decentralize. Syndicalism, communism, or some kind of "tiered socialism" where collectives exist at many levels of society and individuals serve their local collectives. This has the benefit of creating a greater sense of community at the local level where a sense of worth and belonging are better represented. But this suffers from one massive flaw. It inherently creates factionalism. Instead of having a unified state you have a collection of collectives. Each collective loyal to themselves and their needs, not the greater whole. No functional state can exist in such circumstances as this is close to being a state of anarchy. So it either results of a strong-man leader taking over and centralizing things as above, communes create a representative government, or it creates a balkanization of a state that allows foreign states to take them over easily.
Out of those options the creation of a decentralized representative government sounds nice on paper, until you realize due to the nature of people, these communes would quickly start competing and fighting against each other for resources no matter how abundant. No commune will want to act in ways the benefit another commune at the cost of themselves. These leads back the the same power vacuum issue and factionalism.
Individualism Always Wins Out
When talking to avid socialists it quickly becomes apparent that they project their beliefs and feelings on others. Despite acknowledging human greed and ambition, discussions quickly reveal they err on the side of optimism, kindness, and generosity. That humans should help each other when they can. While this is a very noble way of thinking that few will fundamentally disagree with, it is naïve and superficial. It fails to take into account that humans are all different. They have different needs, wants, beliefs, and desires. That most human selfishness and greed that results in the harm of others isn't a product of cruelty or hate but rather the natural circumstances dealing with competing interests.
When you boil things down, humans all act in ways that primarily suit themselves. It is no coincidence that most socialists tend to be younger and poorer. Their inclination towards it is out of self-preservation. The only way they can obtain power is by collectivizing. The second they feel it doesn't suit them, they will abandon it. Socialists are just as selfish as everyone else. They are just individually less able to act on it.
And in the end, that self-interest tears socialist systems apart. Humans factionalize themselves based on common interests and socialism requires that no factions exist to sustain itself and survive. Factions leech resources for themselves at the cost of the collective.
Socialist Ideas is Superficial and Naïve
"It sounds good on paper" is the common phrase. Socialism is superficial and emotionally-pandering by its populist nature. It creates simple solutions to complex problems and attempts to describe shades of grey with black-and-white ideas. Ideas that when challenged quickly break down under pragmatic questioning the more questions you ask.
It is easy to say "feed all the hungry" when you ignore more detailed questions such as "what kind of food do people get?", "how much food should they get?", "how is food productivity stabilized", "if there is a food shortage, who do we let starve?", and "how do we decide who gets what?"
It is easy to get hyped about a society that cares for everyone until you realize that by the very nature of collectivism you are disposable. If you are weak and unproductive why should you even exist when you are dragging the collective down? Why assume that collectivism is egalitarian in nature when the elimination of deadweight is more effective and logical? If you have nothing to offer, which should the collective offer you anything?
It is easy to assume oppressive power structures will cease to exist if you don't acknowledge that humans naturally gravitate towards hierarchies.
It is easy to theorize about your perfect, unified socialist nation if you ignore that fact that other non-socialist countries will happily bleed you dry if they sense weakness.
But the most ironic of it all is that when you actually talk to most socialists about solving world problems, they have this expectation that "somebody else will do it". They don't seem to understand that such a way of thinking is not socialist and exactly the kind of thinking the creates the hierarchical power structures socialists lament in the first place.
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2021.12.07 22:03 collegekiwi Kinda in love with Dinner Tonight. Anyone for smashburgers?

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2021.12.07 22:03 YsAndy Tools for upgrading buildings

Builders dont recognise given tools ex. Stone pickaxe x2 for a mine upgrade, doesnt register and wont wotn.
Please help
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