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2008.12.28 07:46 Today I Learned (TIL)

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2010.04.12 18:52 hans1193 Recommend the "best of" streaming content on Netflix

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2023.03.23 21:30 United-Molasses-6992 Cracker barrel pay

I've been looking into applying for a shift lead role in my area and wondering what to expect on pay. I've seen different numbers online and some show that you get the same as a retail associate.
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2023.03.23 21:29 mixinitup4christ This Sub Arrived Just In Time

I'm trying to get OSSIM set up in my environment, but I'm have trouble with the Palo Alto Networks syslog plugin. My Traffic and Threat events aren't showing up in the Asset event log.
What I've done so far:
Packet Capture: Capture packets on the way into OSSIM and confirmed that the events are being sent to the OSSIM syslog server
Plugin Event Match Regex: I grabbed the Traffic REGEX from the /etc/ossim/agent/plugins/paloalto.cfg file and the syslog message from the packet capture. Plugged those into regex101com and confirmed that the regex would match on the syslog message
rebooted the server
cleared the ossim database

Some of the syslog events from the asset show up, but it is ignoring these types.
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2023.03.23 21:29 A-Total-Rookie [27][M4F][Buford][Georgia, US] Virgin looking for first times, and maybe friendship?

Hello, there! Round three, here we go.
So, over the last couple of years I've been trying to reach out with various means to try and lose the card, as it were, to no success. So here I have turned to Reddit! A lover of all things nerdy, I have a few main hobbies such as video games, reading, writing, D&D, movies, shows, etc. etc. I am DDF, vaccinated against COVID, and stone-cold sober.
Ideally, I hope to meet someone that I can share hobbies with, maybe become friends! If not, that's okay too! Honestly, friends are more valuable than FWBs, but I'm open. Other than that, I currently have my own apartment, but unfortunately have a roommate that is a homebody like me, so it's quite rare that I can host. I am willing to help pay for a hotel if needed, though!
I don't know where I fall, but I like to think of myself as a bit of a switch, though until I've gained some actual experience I won't truly know. Nevertheless, I aim to please my partner(s) rather than focus on my own needs, so long as both are met in the end.
Appearance wise, I am Caucasian, 5'6 or 5'7 (depending on which doctor you ask), and weigh around 235lbs. I'm definitely not all that good looking, and I've a bit of a belly to me as well. Despite this, the job I have keeps me on my feet for near 10 hours a day, where I'm quite active and capable. I have wide shoulders and wide thighs. My "size" is around average as well.
Any other questions, please feel free to ask. For the most part, I am an open book.
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2023.03.23 21:29 Breeshii Had To Put Down My Cat (this is a long one)

Last night I had to put get my cat euthanized because he was suffering. I'd had him for around 3 years but in that time, we had built up a great bond. We have 3 cats but out of all of them, I had the biggest connection to him. He'd be in my room everyday and he'd run to me whenever I came home. He was my best friend.
He had a UTI that we found out about when it was too late. He did show signs of it early but eventually, he would stop yelling so we thought he was just being playful or was mad about something but we didn't know what. Later on, he would go into the bathroom, sit in the tub and let the water drip onto him. Looking back, this was probably him trying to do whatever he could to soothe the pain.
We had him taken to the vet and we were told about his condition. He needed surgery to get drained and we're not really too well off so my mom was very distressed. She thought we'd have to get him euthanized but they offered another solution. Someone would pay for a chunk of the surgery and my mom would have to pay the rest. We saw this as a miracle and took the offer. They gave us everything we needed and he was sent home with all the necessary things for his treatment. We did this for a week and waited for him to get better. It worked for a while but he started to clog up again. He was taken back to the vet to be drained a week later and when I got home, he was still in pain. He couldn't pee at all now when before, he could only pee a little.
We knew this was going to be the end because we didn't have the money to keep getting him drained. He was going to be taken to the vet in the morning but he was suffering and we just wanted to get it over with so he was taken at around 10 at night. I didn't cry because I knew it had to be done. I had accepted it. When I saw his cage earlier today, though, I couldn't stop bawling. Knowing that he was truly gone forever was the most depressing thing I could have ever imagined. I've never lost anything or anyone as important to me as this cat. I miss him so much and there's nothing I can do but cry.
I should have gone with my mom to the vet so I could be the last thing he saw instead of a bunch of stranger's faces. It was my selfishness that made me hesitant. I didn't want to see him die. The only thing running through my mind is what if statements. What if we noticed sooner? What if we were more well off? What if I was there with him? What would have changed? This is taking a toll on my mental health already and it's been less than a day. Nobody's going to read all of this but it's just here to be here. I don't really have anybody to tell this to so I'll say it anonymously online, even though I feel kinda pathetic for it. But I have one more thing to say, but not to the reader; to my cat.
I love you, Leo.
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2023.03.23 21:29 Feodal_lord Proof of funds while the tuition is already paid

I've been accepted by a Canadian university as an international student. Tuition is already paid so I was wondering whether uploading a bank statement that shows I've enough money to take care of my living expenses, and the receipt of the tuition would be enough for proof of funds. The question is like for example tuition is 21k cad and they expect an additional 10k cad for showing you can live in Canada without working. I've already paid the tuition so I was wondering whether showing that 10k cad alone in bank statement would be enough.
Thanks in advance
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2023.03.23 21:29 Advanced_Falcon_2816 I've been in crypto for nearly 10 years, and trading in this treacherous market for over 6 years. Here are some reality checks I learned and could help you:

INTRO This is a fickle volatile market.
I like to think of it as a Bogdanov market, that seems to troll you at every turn. When you think you have this market figured out, it does something unexpected and irrational. These coins are the devil's coin.
There's a good reason for this, it's money, it's supply and demand, it's speculation, and it's capitalism. And people in this market are driven by their emotions more than anything else.
But crypto has amplified that with its much more speculative and volatile market.
Sure, those coins have useful tech behind them, and growing utility in this world. But right now, the market doesn't follow tech innovation so much, this market still mostly runs on speculation. And it runs partly on tokenomics (including the famous 4 year cycles), which are a little different from your traditional markets.
This roller coaster market is a place for very level headed people, who have a good sense of observation, can make clinical strategies, and don't let their emotions decide for them.
Most people here aren't going to make life changing money. Sorry to start off with some bad news.
But how many of the people who even made some big bucks in 2021, or had big gains on that Doge coin rally, are sitting here today in their big house that Doge bought, or got enough money that they don't have to work anymore?
Unless you are already wealthy, have a long term plan involving decades, or have big sums you can invest, and already started buying the bear market we had last year, then by "most people", it might include you.
Making it big for most people will require very big risks, or a very long time.
If you're here looking for life changing money, you are probably looking at turning a big chunk of the little money you have into something like over 10x returns. Maybe even a lot more.
And that's where trouble starts.
The bigger the return you are after, and the shorter the time, the more likely you are to get burned hard. So odds are, there's a better chance you either get burned, or only make non-life changing money. Even if many coins do more than 10x.
What about all those coins that keep going 10x sometimes 100x, what about all the people who made a lot of money? It's a probability game. And also requires incredible crystal ball timing. Sure, a minority will get lucky, and turn small sums into life changing money.
"but...crypto had huge gains in the last bull markets, the tech is still bullish, adoption is still growing, and even if we have half those gains in the next bull run, it will still be massive gains"
That's correct.
But even if you had somehow managed to buy before the beginning of the last bull market (and that's a big if), would you have invested enough? Would you have not panic sold after one of the many dips? Not panic sold at one of the many FUD news? Would you have held on long enough? Would you have have pulled out in time before the crash? Would you have avoided the scams? Avoided the rugpulls? Avoided the bad exchanges? Avoided the wrong coins? Had only money in the top gainers?
Probably not.
You would have needed a crystal ball to get that life changing money.
Looking at more measured risk and realistic goals. Forget 100x, or even 10x, life changing money, goals of a house, goals of retiring before 40.
That's the wrong mindset.
All the people who made it big in investments like Buffet, have the same thing in common. They weren't dreamers, they were opportunistic.
They kept their eyes open for value and opportunity.
The people who are gonna make it, are people who are willing to accept what's actually there, are able to adapt, are willing to sometimes accept smaller goals, more realistic returns, measure their risk, spread their eggs, not go all in or all out, not rely too much on timing the market, have more patience etc...
But at the same time, they'll probably have a decent amount of funds to begin with.
Unfortunately, you need money to make money. Even Buffet didn't start from nothing as he'd have people believe. He started with a lot of money.
And most importantly, not invest based on expectation, but based on strategy. With an ability to adapt to circumstances, and not be trapped with hopes of big returns, and goals of returns to buy a house etc... They take what they can based on the circumstances, and based on a laid out plan.
Even if you make life changing money, keeping it is no picnic. Where are those Youtubers from 2017 who were showing off their Lambos? Like most people who are new to making money, they had no idea how to manage it and hold on to it. It got spent, badly re-gambled, and mostly gone by now.
How many celebrities, big athletes, lottery winners, made it big, but lost a big chunk of their money years later?
Even rich people with some experience with money, often mismanage their money, and end up losing big.
Even if you get enough money to have "life changing money", it may not last long enough to really change your life for that long.
Conclusion. Bummed out? Don't be. If you know the reality of what you're getting into, you'll make smarter choices, and end up ahead of most people.
You'll have more measured expectations, and fewer regrets. And actually end up with more money in the end.
You might even avoid ending up like the FTX, LUNA, SOL, Voyager people who went all in.
Or you might avoid being like the people in last year's bear market who got back to square one, lost too much money, bankrupted themselves, had their dreams crushed, raged quit crypto etc...
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2023.03.23 21:28 Kitchen-Ad-8138 Looking for opinions

My son is 7 and has hand flapped when he’s excited since age 2. He started reading on his own at age 2 and is learning his 3rd language (both reading, writing and speech) He has a fantastic memory as he learned the Periodic Table of Elements as well as every flag of every nation at age 3. Loves math and took a statewide test last year that shows he’s 2+ years ahead of his peers so next year he will go to a GATE school. When he was 2 he was diagnosed with ADHD but my wife and I haven’t told anyone at school as we wanted to see if they noticed anything as I think most kids at a young age are hyper anyway.
His teacher just told me he is introverted and would rather work alone than with others.
His eye contact is good, he will look you in the eyes. He gets along with other kids if there are shared interests such as Minecraft, Among US, Roblox etc…. Fairly nerdy, not that confident.
What do you think? The hand stimming is not just a once in a while thing. If he’s playing computer games or out in the field during scouting events he will jump up and down and hand stim/flap when excited…
I realize I need to get a professional diagnosis however wanted to see if anyone else out there has similar experience.
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2023.03.23 21:28 Amaldo101 Watched TF: Animated for the first time, and yeah it’s good I guess.

I really like the liberties it takes compared to other iterations. This version of Optimus is really interesting, with being alot more younger and an experience than his counterparts. I also like some of the more subtle world building like with the Autobots Turing great when they die, and different systems of work in Cybertron.
I must say tho, while I’m not sure what general consensus is, I’m not in love with first two season that much. They have some really good episodes that do great job of exploring each of the characters, but a majority of them felt pretty basic and not all that engaging when compared to a series like TF: Prime. Another thing would also be the Animation, which isn’t bad per se, but a lot of it can be choppy and not all that fluid (i’m guessing they were on a tight budget). I also don’t care for this version of Bumblebee or the little girl Sari. Bee can be pretty obnoxious a lot of times and while they does have some moments, they just never really sold me completely on him. Same can be said with Sari, except she does improve with S3.
Speaking of which, S3 is the best season in my eyes. The episodes here get really experimental with the different situation the Autobots find themselves and how we explore/they grow from them. The one where they become humans is especially my favorite.
I know I said a lot of negative stuff, but this is still a good show. While I do prefer TF: Prime & Beast Wars, animated definitely deserves another shot with a 4th season. And it most definitely deserves to have that Teen Titans level of animation if it returns.
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2023.03.23 21:28 Dry_Respond_6790 Playlist F

This past few days my Youtube Playlist showing guys, mostly grown men in a fun way caught on the toilet, the same playlist that went unmolested for nearly 4 years and every month I inspect it and the items, no video on the playlist shows children mostly boys being bullied, performing dangerous stunts; in fact hardly show any youngster on the toilet with his pants down. Then are those who have personal issues with toilet sitting videos, who have nothing better to do then flagged them falsely and report them to Youtube and some Youtubers review or reviews who have the same issues, removed the playlists but the same videos and shorts remain on the website, hmm. I appeal and I was given a revolving door rejection. Which would keep me from adding videos to my remaining 55 playlists, filled not only with toilet, but with music and entertainment. I am careful to what I place on my playlists,. I also realized they are two laws, the government and Youtube. I like Youtube and I like watching videos, what I don't like is the hypocrisy aimed at my channel or the playlists. I agree with and very supportive of child or anyone safety,also and the rules. Playlist F will be reloaded and this time with any male, 18 and over. To the individuals;, don't like it, don't watch it, there are too much controversy and drama happening in the world these days. I just want to have my say, remember its only entertainment and stay blessed.
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2023.03.23 21:28 RuruSzu Bid for Upgrades - SwissAir

Has anyone successfully bid for upgrades? How does this work? I have a flight from Chicago to Zurich and it shows that I can bid for an upgrade either to Business or Premium Economy. There’s a range provided. From what I understand they will accept my bid today but only tell me 24 hours before my flight (3 weeks away) if I got it or not. Do they charge you some amount at the time of placing a bid? And do you lose some portion of your bid if you don’t get selected? I’m assuming that the highest bidders get the empty seats. Lastly, since my husband and I booked together (one confirmation number) we have to bid for both or none, can’t do it only for one of the seats. If we do get our bids accepted, how can we guarantee that we are seated together?
Thank you.
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2023.03.23 21:28 Familiar-Flounder385 33F - Likelihood of typhoid?

Hi! I'm 33F, 5'7", 135lbs, South Asian. No medical issues, no medications, very occasional drinker - a drink a week, very occasional recreational drug user - psychedelics like mushrooms twice per year. No recent drug use.
I just spent a month in Colombia (I live in Canada normally) and got some kind of food poisoning my third week there, while hiking in the jungle. My body dealt with it pretty quickly, and while my stomach was a bit off for a few days, my bowel movements have more or less returned to normal in their shape/amount (though I'm having on average 2-3 movements a day instead of the usual 1). I'm home now, and have noticed some light red spots showing up on my trunk and arms over the last two days that are not bug bites. I got vaccinated for typhoid a month before I left but I do know that a symptom of typhoid fever are these rose spots. I have no other symptoms of typhoid fever except for these spots appearing. I try my best not to take antibiotics unnecessarily as it tends to lead to me needing to work hard to balance my gut health again, so I'm wondering:
  1. Is it necessary for me to go seek medical care now?
  2. If not, what should I keep an eye out for as signs that I should seek medical care?
  3. I read that the vaccine has a 50% efficacy rate. I don't know a ton about how the typhoid vaccine works but is there a possibility that the vaccine is working effectively and my body is mounting a mild response?
Thank you so much in advance for answering my questions!
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2023.03.23 21:28 buckshh Does delete for everyone still show up if I am blocked?

So I can't see their profile picture, no status update and can't see when they are online. I sent them a message and it only got one grey tick.
When I clicked on delete message, it gave me two options - delete for me and delete for everyone. But I'm wondering, if I'm blocked, would the delete for everyone still show up on my end?
Just trying to figure out if this person blocked me or is just not using that WhatsApp number.
Anyone tried this?
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2023.03.23 21:28 szarcat Why do bad hearted Muslims even bother fasting?

For the record, even though I am no longer Muslim and disagree with a lot of it. I appreciate that Ramadan really tries to get Muslims to be better people.
It’s the first night of Ramadan and my toxic ass mum just couldn’t help but pick a fight with me over something stupid. Not even an hour after iftar she starts calling me a fkin bitch, whore and screaming the house down and threatening to tell my dad about my bf (who she’s never met or knows nothing about but is totally obsessed). Her issue with my bf has nothing to do with Islam but more to do with controlling a woman and jealousy as she has a very unfulfilled marriage.
She argues with me over taking a basket I found in the back of the store room, accusing me of stealing which I said I will give back lol anyway.
Every Ramadan it’s the same thing, do Muslims even fear Allah and believe he truly exists? If I believed in Allah and hell I would for sure be on my best behaviour especially if I’m old and in bad health cos you just never know.
Imagine ‘fasting’ all day but still not refraining from being a chaotic and hateful person even towards your own daughter. You should be praying, asking for forgiveness and also being a forgiving and peaceful person. Religion cannot fix horrible humans, whatever the religion is.
I’ve told her countless times that it’s haram to insult your own children and to spread their sins and even used hadiths to back it. She simply doesn’t care. I truly believe that in a life or death situation these people would not choose their faith.
I’ve seen many Muslims sin and pretend during Ramadan but a lot of it is only not eating and just praying a little more than usual. Then it’s back to being gluttonous, greedy, vengeful and showing off when Eid is here.
I know idiots like my parents aren’t a representation of all Muslims during Ramadan but I don’t understand why they don’t fear an all seeing God watching them and writing their sins down.
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2023.03.23 21:28 LongJonSiIver Fairly Oddparents Reboot

For over 20 years, audiences watched the adventures of a boy named Timmy Turner and his fairy godparents, Cosmo and Wanda. Fast paced and funny, The Fairly OddParents asked the question, “What if a kid had an unlimited number of wishes at his disposal?” and answered that question with, “He’d get into trouble, constantly.”
Now who would we get if the same fairy godparents took a new kid under their wing? A kid whose last name isn’t Turner? More hijinx and comedy, of course!
You might be wondering, why make yet another Fairly OddParents? Aren’t a series of shorts, 10 seasons, a live-action series and 3 live-action films enough? Well, my friend, the answer is no. Absolutely not. You can never have too much magic!
An 11-minute comedy just like its predecessor, the new Fairly OddParents is going to retain the retro, absurdist, irreverent sitcom feel the original had, with some added poignancy, serialization, and a tighter focus on character. Gags will still abound but will also have a bit more of an emotional core.
Timmy’s problems were external: evil babysitter and checked-out parents. Hazel’s challenges are more internal: life changes and becoming more comfortable in her identity. Teaming up with Cosmo and Wanda will give Hazel an opportunity to stand out and become the big, bold, hero she longs to be! And it’ll all begins… with a wish.
Hazel’s story and wishes will go further into what makes her tick, connecting to audiences with both humor and heart. Hazel’s journey will be one of self-acceptance and confidence. She starts the beginning of the series daunted by her new circumstances, but thanks to Cosmo and Wanda’s magical guardianship, and the new experiences and adventures she goes on via her wishes, she soon learns to put herself out there and just live life.
For Cosmo and Wanda, it’s about finding a new groove. They’re coming out of retirement and have decided to take on a monumental task in godparenting again! But why? In short, because they love it.
Godparenting is their calling, and they’re good at it. (At least Cosmo thinks so – though that ain’t saying much!) But the world is different, and kids today are more self-aware than ever before. They’re encouraged to vocalize their emotions, inspire, create change, and question tradition.
Because of this, fairy godparenting looks different, wishes aren’t wishing like they used to, and they’re trying their best to adapt!
We’re setting out to tell a new story in a new town, to introduce the amazing Fairly OddParents world to a new audience, while keeping the wide-ranging, ageless humor that will appeal to everyone, regardless of whether they grew up on the original, for some hilarious family co-viewing goodness. So yeah, we’re making another Fairly OddParents. To quote Timmy Turner, “What could possibly go wrong?!

The Story

Ten-year-old Hazel Wells has just moved to the big city of Dimmadelphia with her parents, so her dad could start a new job. On top of being in a new city, it’s the first time she’s been without her brother, who’s just started his first year of college. A bright, fun, creative kid, Hazel’s new situation suddenly has her feeling unsure of herself. But all that changes when the pink-and-green-haired couple next door reveals they’re no ordinary neighbors, they’re Cosmo and Wanda, fairy godparents! And they’re coming out of retirement to make all of Hazel’s wishes come true!
When we last saw our beloved pink-and-green-headed fairy godparents, in The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder, they were godparenting their second generation of Turner children, but after so long with just one family, they made the decision to hang up their fairy crowns and retire. Surely no new child could rival the Turners in their hearts, so why even try?! Jump to 10,000 years of vacationing through time and space! Exploring the wonders of Ancient Rome before it collapsed! Hobnobbing with aristocracy in 18th century France! Journeying to the moons of Jupiter in the year 26,000 P.G., whatever P.G. stands for!
Now they’ve settled down – no longer in some kid’s fishbowl but posing as humans in the bustling city of Dimmadelphia, assuming the form of endearing, across-the-hall neighbors to the Wells. Mimicking human life, Cosmo and Wanda set their sights on a peaceful retirement, ready to live out the remainder of their fairy days in an apartment that secretly offers direct access to Fairy World! That is, until they meet Hazel and are reminded why they loved their old job so much in the first place. Not since Timmy has a kid so tugged on their heart strings, and the instinct to fairy godparent quickly consumes them. Soon, they find themselves as fidget toys on Hazel’s backpack, ooey gooey blobs in her lava lamp, and even assuming the form of human bellhop and concierge at a hotel Hazel wished for. But after 10,000 years of using their magic only on themselves, are they really ready to get back in the game?
(Spoiler: they’re not, but they’re going to do it anyway!)

Hazel Wells

Black 10 years old
Spunky, fun, curious, and hugely imaginative, Hazel Wells is a small fry in a big world! Like, literally, she’s small. A petite cutie pie. A li’l nugget. She’s our tiny hero with a huge heart!
Think for a moment… Have you ever been the smallest kid in class? You have to ask for help to reach things, every year you get paraded to the front line for the class picture, and you get a patronizing pat on the head every time you do a great job at something – and that’s if they even notice you! Just about every kid can relate to the frustration of feeling, well, small. So when Hazel Wells moves to the BIG city of Dimmadelphia on account of her dad taking on a new job and is forced to leave behind everything she once knew – her friends, her home, and her big brother, Antony – she’s left feeling smaller than ever before.
But that’s not about to stop her! In spite of her miniature stature, Hazel is bold! She’s enthusiastic about life and all its wonders, and is an adventurer who loves to explore and ask questions! It’s what makes her such a great wisher – she’s curious about people, and the world, and hungry to learn more about her place in it.
At the very start of the series, she’s feeling a little more on the introverted than extroverted side. She’s in a new town and trying her best to be happy about it, but she always felt her brother Antony was like her secret superpower. He was smart, kind, confident, and most importantly, BIG. Having Antony around was an instant “in'' with people at school. All her teachers already knew and loved him, mean kids knew she had a protector, and cool kids thought she was cool just by association. Without him, she’s like Linus without his blanket… Dumbo without his feather. Without him, she’s just… Hazel. And just in this moment at least, she doesn’t feel like that’s enough.
Being chosen by Cosmo and Wanda as their fairy godkid is just the push Hazel needs to bust out of her shell and blossom! Where Timmy’s wishes were often self-serving, Hazel, at times, cares too much about other people. A little empathy is great. An over-abundance of it can lead to mental fatigue and well, chaos. Making wishes (and mistakes) and learning from them will teach her to love and put herself first, and share that love with the rest of the world.
And once the wishing begins, look out, because just like with Timmy, Hazel’s wishes are driven by who she is… and by the fact that she is a CHILD. And children are nothing if not passionate and unpredictable! Hazel’s wishes (and their undoing) will come mainly from the following personality traits…
She’s smart!
Hazel has a bit of an intellectual edge and tends to overthink things, thanks to her brainy mom and dad, so her wishes will have an extra layer of smarts to them. However, the bit of knowledge behind the wish won’t necessarily make it a wise wish. Children are charmingly lacking in critical thinking skills! Apologies to any children reading this. It’s not your fault. Your brains just aren’t at that developmental stage yet. It’s okay, you’ll get there. Also, who sent you this bible? This bible is property of Nickelodeon Animation Studio and its parent company.
She’s caring!
Hazel cares deeply about other people and fairness (so help you if Hazel sees you cut in line or litter…), so a lot of her wishes come from her compassion and her sense of right and wrong. Unfortunately, 10-year-olds don’t have a great grasp on nuance and tend to think of justice in black-and-white, and that is gonna lead Hazel into some sticky wishes.
She’s quirky!
Hazel’s an oddball with unusual interests and instincts. Timmy’s whole thing was that he was an average boy with average boy wishes. Hazel is… different, partly from being around her dad’s studies of freaky happenings in human history, partly from being around her mom’s studies into the human mind (also freaky), but also… it’s just who she is! She’s a feeler, adaptable, and full of imagination. This manifests in myriad ways, from turning her thoughts into songs and singing them aloud; to having niche obsessions with nature; to collecting a bunch of twigs, putting googly eyes on the twigs, and naming all the twigs.
In conclusion, Hazel’s wishes and adventures will inevitably result in making a lot of beautiful, messy mistakes. Hazel will learn and grow from each of these mistakes, just as all kids do! But Hazel’s learning and growing is gonna be full of magic, making it a heck of a lot more fun than the slow, boring growth the rest of us had to put up with.

Cosmo and Wanda (Returning Characters… obviously)

White, ageless
Green-haired, daffy, and childlike, Cosmo is the same whirlwind of fun we already know and love, but a little wiser for his additional 10,000 years. He didn’t do it on purpose, but it’s hard not to pick up a thing or two about human nature when you’ve lived this long. Cosmo is still quite dimwitted and will muck up a wish five ways from Sunday, but he’ll accidentally give you an epiphany here and there too. This is a Cosmo that’s gotten a little zen.
Sassy and silly, yet pragmatic, Wanda has always been the brains of the godparenting operation, and that dynamic remains the same. Problem is, these brains have been out of the game for a loooooong time, so while she might once have seen the dangers in making Timmy a giant pair of cheese pants, now it’s not as clear to Wanda what might go wrong with a wish. Consequently, go wrong, it will!
Cosmo and Wanda have a very loving, supportive dynamic. They both have their flaws and are very different from one another, but they’re also each other’s biggest fans.
Cosmo and Wanda both provide aspects of what Hazel lost when Antony went away to college. In Cosmo, she has a silly playmate. Cosmo is drawn to Hazel because he immediately connects to her oddball nature. Someone who’s down to put googly eyes on twigs? That’s his kind of kid. Cosmo will help Hazel approach the world with more openness. In Wanda, she has a nurturing, non-parental guardian again. Wanda is drawn to Hazel because she’s a good-hearted mess. Cosmo sees Hazel putting googly eyes on twigs and thinks, “Fun!” But Wanda sees the emotional need behind Hazel giving those twigs rich emotional backstories and relationships. Wanda sees a sweet kid in need of companionship and guidance and helps Hazel work out her problems through play and fun.
Timmy, Cosmo, and Wanda had a particular kind of friendship. Timmy and Cosmo were like a pair of unruly, id-driven goofballs with Wanda as the put-upon Mom. When a wish got out of control, Timmy needed heaps of pushing and prodding to clean up his messes. With Hazel, Cosmo, and Wanda, it will play out as a more evenly matched trio, with the comedy and dynamics shifting to fit the story and emotional core.
In a way, they’re all in need of help – Hazel because she’s new to making wishes, and Cosmo and Wanda because they’ve been on a 10,000-year break. Their dynamic will be about growing and getting better at magic together. Sometimes, a wish goes out of control because of Hazel, and Cosmo and Wanda must save the day. Sometimes, a wish goes out of control because of Cosmo, and Hazel and Wanda must save the day. And sometimes… well, you get it. All three will be the crisis and the solutions in a more equal measure

Angela Wells

Black, early 50s
Hazel’s mother Angela is an intelligent, poised therapist who’s accomplished all her life goals and continues to achieve. She has her own private practice and created a self-help therapy program, the “Be Wells Method.” Her “Be Wells” books and “Be Wells” therapy app are big hits with celebrities and on social media. Angela’s always taking inspiration from Hazel by osmosis. She’s constantly planning, strategizing, and developing her program, with plans to offer the “Wee Wells Method” for kids and “Deep Wells Method” for seniors.
Angela loves her daughter, but is such an expert in helping adults, she often forgets that Hazel isn’t one, and tries to tackle Hazel’s issues the same way she would help a grown woman in her 30s formulate a business plan. Sit down > offer coffee or tea > identify problem > offer solution. As a result, Hazel can spout a lot of therapy speak, but still has no idea how to deal with the basic kid things troubling her.
When Angela unknowingly gets caught up in the magic of Hazel’s wishes, she will always try to find a way to make it a “value add” to their home or her work. There are no problems in Angela’s world, only opportunities! Angela is a roll-with-the-punches kind of lady, so if Cosmo and Wanda suddenly fill the house with squid in a wish gone wrong, well then darn it, she’s gonna find a way to make calamari. She is often distracted and on the phone with her trusted assistant Beatrish via bluetooth earpiece. Which is great for Hazel, because keeping fairies a secret is a must!
Like Cosmo and Wanda, Angela and her husband, Marcus, are head over heels in love, despite having near opposite personalities. Their differences are often a point of hilarious conflict - Angela is minimalist, tidy, and thrives on structure, while Marcus is reckless and thrives in organized chaos. Both extroverts, their life has caused them to laugh, laugh, laugh through their challenges, always bringing them closer together.

Marcus Wells

Black, early 50s
Hazel’s father, Marcus, is a scatterbrained, but brilliant scholar, professor, and author who studies the intersection of human history, and the paranormal. He’s a guy who fully believes in every kind of magical/ mystical/inexplicable occurrence (witches, werewolves, ghosts, alien encounters, etc.), but will talk your ear off with the scientific explanation for each.
The Wellses have moved to Dimmadelphia so Marcus could take a teaching position at the Galax Institute, a small (unaccredited) institution of higher learning that focuses its curriculum on the “pseudosciences” (though, of course, that’s not how they refer to their subjects). What Marcus doesn’t know is all the evidence he’s chronicled over his career about paranormal events throughout history, has actually been fairy events throughout history.
His work will sometimes bring him dangerously close to finding out the truth about fairies and Hazel will have to scramble to throw him off Cosmo and Wanda’s sparkly trail. Unlike Mr. Crocker of the original series, however, Marcus’ continual near misses on finding out about the existence of fairies doesn’t come from a nefarious or selfish place, but an altruistic love of history and the truth. Marcus isn’t trying to steal anyone’s fairies; he’s just devoted to learning. Doesn’t mean we can have him in on the secret though! There are still Da Rules after all!
Marcus sees his daughter as being very special and even important to the world. While. Angela tries to analyze Hazel as an adult, Marcus hopes Hazel will become a leader in his field, often sharing newspaper clippings with her featuring unusual sightings and unexplained phenomena. He even sometimes does activities and exercises with her he hopes might encourage any possible latent supernatural talents within her, like telekinesis or mind-reading.

Antony Wells

Black, 18 years old
Hazel’s brother, Antony, is a smart, cool kid who’s going places. He’s an All-American, 4.0 track star. He also plays the oboe and rides a dirt bike. What doesn’t he do?! Antony is beyond smart and carries a quiet confidence – truly the mellowest of his family members. He can hold court on any topic from politics, to anime, to music theory. He is very protective of his younger sister and would do absolutely anything for her. He’s always been like a combination best friend/third parent to Hazel, but now that he’s off to college, he’s finding his way and making a new life separate from his oddball family.
We won’t meet Antony for a while – since his absence was the catalyst to Hazel needing Cosmo and Wanda, we can’t just bring the kid home for visits all the time. At the beginning of the series, he will only be present as an unseen living legend, which we’ll have some fun with by teasing the audience with only tiny glimpses – always out of frame, out of focus, present only in stories Hazel tells friends or in Angela and Marcus bragging about his college progress. Antony is a dream-come-true big brother, and he is sorely missed by Hazel. We all wish we had an Antony. We’ll meet him someday, but until then, the legend of Antony’s greatness will grow and grow.

Dale Dimmadome (Returning Character)

White, 40s
Dale is the long-lost son of Doug Dimmadome– billionaire, real estate tycoon, and owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome. When we last saw Dale, he was barefoot, in tattered clothes, and working in a sweatshop underneath Vicky’s lemonade stand.
Dale is now the tall, brooding heir to the Dimmadome fortune, and CEO of Dimmadome Gl0bal, the largest tech company in the world. Whereas his father was a haughty businessman clad in all white and a 10-gallon hat, Dale is a socially awkward genius, with slicked hair and a thirst for the next revolutionary tech breakthrough. The only thing bigger than Dale’s staunch demeanor is the chip on his shoulder – which is somewhat understandable, after being abandoned by his wealthy father for so many years.
Bit by bit, Dale will factor in as an adult antagonist to Hazel, Cosmo, and Wanda. Hazel’s wishes will sometimes leave a mark on the world, and Dale’s obsession with breaking new tech ground will have him take notice of some of these things, eventually making him a threat to Fairy World. But for now, he’s just an emotionally distant dad setting a bad example for his son, who will be Hazel’s first main antagonist.

Devin “Dev” Dimmadome

White, 10 years old
Dale Dimmadome’s son and frequent antagonist to Hazel (as stated above). Dev is in the same class as Hazel, giving her a front row seat to Dev’s raging sense of entitlement. Coming from money and seeing how his dad often operates “above the rules” as founder and CEO of his corporation, Dimmadome Gl0bal, Dev mimics that behavior at school – even going as far as having lunch delivered to class so he doesn’t have to walk to the cafeteria where the “peasants” eat.
Dev is smart as a whip and has fully embraced the need for technology, just like his father. His two drone babysitters, Au Pair 1 and Au Pair 2 accompany him wherever he goes and cater to his every beck and call (almost like a Siri or Alexa, but on the go!). On the inside though, he’s a lonely child yearning for his father’s attention. Somewhat like the wealthy Remy Buxaplenty of the original series, but with layers.
Hazel and Dev Dimmadome start as antagonists, but as he gets lonelier over the course of the season, he softens and grows

Season One Arc: Part 1 - Episodes 1-10

Most of Season One will focus on Hazel’s growth and her episodic adventures with Cosmo and Wanda. Some serialization will come into play with her antagonist Dev, as the two go from enemies to friends. The Season One, Part One finale, however, will introduce Dev’s dad, Dale Dimmadome, as a more serious antagonist, when Hazel appears in his data as a consumer anomaly, the only kid who isn’t addicted to his new app because she doesn’t need to buy things, she has fairy godparents granting her every wish! And Dale’s bad behavior in the finale will finally tip Dev into full needy child mode, one who is granted his very own godparent: a fully grown POOF (now Periwinkle a.k.a. Peri), Cosmo and Wanda’s son!

Season One Arc: Part 2 - Episodes 11-20

Hazel’s fun, episodic adventures with Cosmo and Wanda continue. Meanwhile, Peri struggles with how to be a good godparent to Dev, and Dale continues to research Hazel, eventually coming to learn about magic and fairies. Convinced it would make him the richest person who ever lived (imagine being able to use magic to sell people things!), he sets his sights on conquering Fairy World, with the help of classic FOP villains, the Pixies! In our Season One, Part Two finale, it’ll be up to Hazel, Cosmo, and Wanda to save the day!
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2023.03.23 21:28 unicorn_margot Scared of losing my other babies

It's been a month since we had to say goodbye to our boy (19yo). It has been so incredibly hard but I'm so lucky to be surrounded by my two other cats who helped a lot. However they are also senior (19yo and almost 18yo) and I realize even more that we could lose them at any time.
We lost our boy due to kidney failure and we know that our other two are starting to show some signals of function loss, sadly very common at their age. The vet wasn't that worried right now but said it can go south quickly, especially at their age. Of course we are giving them a special diet, doing regular check ups, helping however we can to keep them comfortable until it's not possible anymore. Right now they are still energetic and happy but it's a fact that it's something you can't stop.
Of course it's something you know will come but as long as it hasn't happened it's like this faraway thing. Losing our boy made it so real and now I'm even more afraid it's gonna hit even harder if we lose the other two. I grew up with all three of them and they mean the world to me. I don't know how I'll handle them all being gone.
How do you all cope with this and these raw emotions?
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2023.03.23 21:28 cleocleoclus Anything in my chart that shows an older lover?

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2023.03.23 21:28 br0wnbat Rest in peace Kayleigh Scott

I was reading the news and came across this article and it just makes me so sad… she was an inspiration to so many trans individuals who saw her on the United ad on trans day of visibility 3 years ago. It took me some time to find an article that was talking about her respectfully (linked the best one I can find) there were just so many negative comments and even the way things were worded on other articles. It was like they had a motive and were trying to sensationalize this. It brings me down but I try not to let it. I know there’s lots of people out there who care. This day of trans day of visibility i’m going to be out there showing everybody they’re not alone and that we’re in this together. Tell those you care about that you love them. You’re never alone <3
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2023.03.23 21:27 Ervin231 dual space of c0

Consider the subspace c0 c c^infty consisting of all sequences that converge to 0. Prove that l^1 is isomorphic to c0' , the dual space from c0 to R.
Hi everyone, really need help understanding this solution. Want to understand it but my brain can't.
I proved the surjectivity completely different:
Let Ψ ∈ (c0)'. Choose a = (Ψ(e_1), Ψ(e_2),....). Then
φ_a(b) = a1b1 + a2b2+ .... = Ψ(e1)b1 = Ψ(e2)b2 + .... = Ψ(e1b1) + Ψ(e2b2) + .... = Ψ(e1b1 + e2b2+...)
= Ψ (b) for all b in c0.
Where's my mistake?
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2023.03.23 21:27 CharlieBrwn3 see user conversations

I noticed now on the settings for each one of my bots there's a red notice on there saying see user conversations which is something new. Does that show conversations others have had with your particular bot or only conversations that you've had with your bot. Looks like it only shows the last five encounters or conversations.
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2023.03.23 21:27 tennyson77 TPMS Reset in push button start - 2018 Yaris Hybrid in Europe

The TPMS sensor light went on not long ago, but the wheels seem absolutely fine. There is a push button under the wheel that apparently I can use to reset it, but for the life of me I can't figure out how to make it work.
I saw a video, and the key turned the ignition to ON using the key, and then pressed the button for 3 seconds. Problem is have a push button start, and when I press it without touching the break (which sounds like it should go to ON), the TPMS light doesn't show in the dash, so there is nothing to reset. If I start the car completely, the light comes on, but holding the TPMS reset doesn't seem to do anything, even if I hold it for like 20 seconds.
Any ideas?
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2023.03.23 21:27 LucidXonline UPnote Service in iOS?

UPnote Service in iOS?
I just made the move from Bear to UPnote. Being able to use UPnote on multiple devices and the killer Lifetime plan made it a no-brainer for me. I even had a few friends make the move lol.
One of the things I now fine myself missing is the ability to "Send to Bear" via a Service. Is this something that can be implemented fairly easily?
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2023.03.23 21:27 Ladderjack I hate the locations that SD uses as ads for the game I'm already playing

I'm posting this to see if anyone else is as resentful and disappointed with the advertisement locations (that is locations that serve as ads for the game, inside the game). They absolutely destroy my happy when they show up. It annihilates the chance to play a cogent strategy and they exist only to show you cards you don't have so you will want to buy gold->credits->CL to get those cards. They either fill your deck or your hand with trash cards that have nothing to do with the strategy you have created.
In case it is not clear, I am talking about advertisement locations:
Those are not the only locations that serve as ads that replace your cards with trash but those are the ones that do it to a degree that it ruins the fun. If I see any of these, I immediately retreat. I'm trying to see if anyone else out there feels the same because if these are as universally reviled as I suspect, then I'm pretty sure SD knows what the attrition rates are and they are deliberately obscuring mutual retreat so it isn't obvious how hated these locations are (if my suspicions are correct, of course).
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