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2023.06.03 14:24 Jigsawbets 6/2 Recap 8-5 (1.82U)

NYM -135 ❌
HOU -130 ✅
COL +100 ✅
CHC SDP O8.5 -115 ❌
SFG -155 ❌
NCAA Baseball
Clemson -3.5 +120 ✅
Indiana State -1.5 -110 ❌
Oregon -155 ✅
LSU -4.5 -110 ✅
Florida -5.5 +100 ❌
Wake Forest -5.5 +100 ✅
TCU -145 ✅
Texas A&M -165 ✅
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2023.06.03 14:21 WildoSta Why does my game crash in the crumbling tower of pizza?

ok so ive beaten pizzaface 5 TIMES and my game always crashes in the room with john pillar. it displays an error code and crashes the error message is this: ############################################################################################
action number 1
of Draw Event
for object obj_roomname:

draw_text argument 3 incorrect type (undefined) expecting a String (YYGS)
at gml_Object_obj_roomname_Draw_64
gml_Object_obj_roomname_Draw_64 (line -1)
please help i want to beat this game
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2023.06.03 14:21 SwannSwanchez Dev Server Datamine -> Part 5 -> Part 5

BR changes :
Statcard and X-Ray changes :
New vehicles:
Tech-tree changes:
Economy changes :
Current Dev version :
Current Dev-Stable version :
Current Live version :
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2023.06.03 14:20 Beneficial-Code8026 MBDTF songs ranked

1: So Appalled
2: Devil In A New Dress
3: Gorgeous
4: Runaway
5: Power
6: Dark Fantasy
7: All Of The Lights
8: Hell Of A Life
9: Monster
10: Lost In The World
11: Blame Game
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2023.06.03 14:20 ClosetJack [A4M] Finding My Werewolf

The bright stadium lights illuminated the field below. As masses of padded bodies collided together, hoards of people cheered them on as they watched their teams fight for victory. This was college football, and I stood within the masses cheering on the players and my best friend. Number 19, ____Name____ Quarterback.
____Name____ and I had grown up together. Our mothers were friends from work and often dragged us along with them as they met up to socialize. Which was always amusing to them. Because we didn’t always get along. You were always bolder and crasser. Stealing my toys, my snacks, and whatever else he wanted back then. But that’s not to say I was perfect either. I was an attention hog back then. Crying just because I knew I could get one of our mothers to pay more attention to me. But obviously, we both grew out of that.
_____Name_____ grew into a tall handsome man. Stoic features, nice muscles, cocky attitude. But with looks like his. Who wouldn’t be? While I grew into a slim, toned, and as he likes to call me. A nerd. But hey! Just because I like to read and watch Star Wars, or Lord of the Rings weekly doesn’t make me a nerd…right?
Oh, and I should probably add that _____Name_____ grew up to be a werewolf. Yep, that’s right. A werewolf. His first change happened when he was about 12 and started to go through puberty. I was spending the night at his house, and we were messing around. Wrestling as a matter of fact to see which of us was the strongest. I had him pinned on his back. Hands above his head when he let out a low feral growl. His eyes briefly grew a faint red, and before I knew it, he had me flipped over on my back and sitting on my chest. He gave me his famous crooked smile. His teeth were sharp, and he gripped my arms with long jagged nails that dug into my wrist. Since then, his shift has become more and more wolfish. His ears elongated, fur sprouting up to cover his arms, legs, and feet.
He always had control of his wolf. Well almost. We learned werewolves were nothing like they were in the movies. They didn’t go all feral during a fool moon. They could shift whenever they wanted or needed. The problem was _____Name_____ didn’t know how to control his wolf when he was upset.
Which is why I never quite understood his infatuation with sports. Because of his competitive nature, he was bound to shift during a game. And tonight, was that night.
The ball snapped and _____Name_____ stepped back. Preparing to throw it when he was sacked. The crowd “oooed and awed,” disappointedly as he fell and hit the ground. I watched as his teammates helped him up and they got back into position. The ball snapped again, and this time _____Name_____ tried running through a hole in the defensive line. But as he stepped through a linebacker came up on his right and tackled him. Shoving him down to the ground. More disappointed “awes,” came from the stands as the opponent's stands ruptured into cheers.
Our offensive line was walking off the field as the defensive line ran out. When I noticed _____Name_____ talking to the coach and walking off the field to the locker rooms. I hastily ran down the stadium stairs and headed to the locker rooms at the end of the field. I could hear bodies from the two-team collide again as they continued to play.
The door to the locker room creaked open as I pushed on it. “Hey, you, okay?” I called out as I walked into the locker room. I could hear the water running and made my way towards it. As I walked toward the showers, I came across his jersey, shoulder pads, and chest pads. Which had been discarded on the floor and found _____Name_____ standing underneath the running water still in his pants. His back was towards me, and his arms stretched out to brace himself against the wall. “Dude, are you alright?” I questioned again.
I could see his shoulders and back tense to my voice. But he didn’t move. “______Name_____ what is going on? Are you losing control or something?” I questioned as I stepped into the showers. My shoes slapped against the wet tile floor as I approached him. “Dude Tal-“I was cut off as he quickly turned around and grabbed me by the shoulders. Pinning me to the wall my feet handing above the floor. I swallowed hard as I looked into those red feral eyes. His claws dig into my shoulders.
“Go…. Away.” He growled out. As he let my body slide down the wall until my feet touched the floor.
“You need help. You can’t stay here like this. What if someone sees you?” I pleaded as his grasp on my arms let up. “We need to get you out of here!” I exclaimed.
“No, have to win,” He uttered as he tried to turn around and leave the showers. I reached out and grabbed his wrist. Stopping him.
“If you go out there now, you’re only exposing what you are, you’re going to scare everyone,” I said calmly. He turned back towards me sneering.
“Then they can run away like pussies” He growled as he turned back and headed for the door.
I ran in front of him and tried to push him back. But his muscular and solid body didn’t move. I looked up at him as he stared at me. My mind was rushing to find a solution and did the only thing that made sense to distract him at the time. I reached up and cupped his face with my hands, stood on my tiptoes, and kissed him. I could feel his body tense with surprise but quickly eased as I felt him lean into the kiss.
He grabbed onto my hips and pulled his lips from mine. Before turning and pushing me into the wall. I could feel his eyes looking my body over. While he slid one hand up under my shirt to rest against my flat abdomen. His other hand unlacing the top of his football pants. I gulped. “I can smell your lust.” He uttered roughly. “I’ve always been able to smell it”.
I gulped hard. As I anticipated where this was going to go, it filled me with a mixture of anxiety, fear, and excitement. I stood there unable to move as he undid his pants. His hand slid back down my abdomen until his sharp fingers hooked the waistband of my sweatpants and underwear. He pulled them down. Exposing me before he grabbed my waist and lifted me up. Placing my legs over his shoulders and pressing my back against the wall.
“This is what you want. Right?” He smiled deviously. I knew it wasn’t really a question. But more of a confirmation that he knew my desire. He wrapped his hands around my hips and pulled me down slightly to a more appropriate position. His sneer never left his face as he took me then and there.
Good day, all, and thank you for reading my long introduction to the prompt. I’m Jax a 27 y/o male in the EST-zone. I am looking for a long-term partner for this and future role plays. While this prompt is written in the M4M format I am more than comfortable playing as a female character opposite to the best friend/werewolf. I’m also comfortable writing in 3rd person. I have just always felt a preference for first. As I find it’s more personal when RPing. This is intended to be a modern fantasy roleplay with an array of genres and emotions. Not just romance and lust. I have tried my best to leave your character entirely up to you including name, looks, and actions going forward. Please feel free to ask any further questions, or if you’re interested in helping me expand on this story. I look forward to meeting you!
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2023.06.03 14:18 andre636 Spent almost 3k in fees and taxes to sell my pension for GME. Fuck the banking system

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2023.06.03 14:16 shelbeam Why does my baby wake at 5:45????

She is 9months, 7months adjusted. We have blackout curtains. Her bedtime is 7. Her naps are at 8:30, 12:30, and 3:30. She gets about 3 hours of daytime sleep. Before we night weaned she was eating 2oz in the middle of the night and sleeping until 6:30 or 7. After we night weaned she still slept until 6 or 6:30 for two glorious weeks. Now she is waking at 5:45 every single morning. I know that's not a big difference, but for some reason seeing the number 5 when I wake up makes me want to die. For the last 4 days I have been letting her cry until 6, hoping that she stops waking up so early, but it's not working. Do I just need to accept the new schedule?
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2023.06.03 14:15 Wonderful_Mall936 QC - Rolex - Datejust 126334 41mm Jub Flt 904L SS/SS Grey/Stk VSF VS3235

QC - Rolex - Datejust 126334 41mm Jub Flt 904L SS/SS Grey/Stk VSF VS3235
  1. Dealer name: theonewatch
  2. Factory name: [ZF]
  3. Model name (& version number): Rolex - Datejust 126334 41mm Jub Flt 904L SS/SS Grey/Stk VSF VS3235
  4. Price paid: $508
  5. Album Links: view pictures
  6. Index alignment: looks good - problem on the 11 marker?
  7. Dial Printing: ok
  8. Date Wheel alignment/printing: ok
  9. Hand Alignment: ok
  10. Bezel: ok
  11. Solid End Links (SELs): n/a
  12. Timegrapher numbers: don’t know if ok What do you think about it ?
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2023.06.03 14:13 ScholarNeonBot Should I click or not???

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2023.06.03 14:13 t72def Should I click or not???

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2023.06.03 14:13 klydephilip When you wanna play Illidan real bad but he too squishy for you? Do not fret, I present to you, Illi'Dan!!! (Is actually Cho with AI Gall teammate)

Calloused Hide (Level 1)📷Cho
While under 60% maximum Health, Cho gains 15% increased Movement Speed and healing received.
Uppercut (Level 4)📷Cho
Hitting an enemy Hero with Surging Fist deals additional damage to Heroes equal to 5% of their max Health and reduces the cooldown of Surging Fist by 5 seconds.
Enraged Regeneration (Level 7)📷Cho
Each time Cho hits an enemy Hero with an Ability or Basic Attack, he heals for 60 (+4% per level) over 3 seconds. Enemy Heroes hit by Gall's Dread Orb receive 35% less healing for 2 seconds.
Hammer of Twilight (Level 10)📷Cho
Activate to swing the Hammer of Twilight, dealing 150 (+4.5% per level) damage, pushing enemies away, and Stunning them for 0.75 seconds.
Passive: Cho's Basic Attacks deal 25% increased damage.
Molten Block (Level 13)📷Cho
Activate to enter Stasis and gain Invulnerability for 3 seconds, damaging nearby enemies for 92 (+4% per level) damage per second
Frenzied Fists (Level 16)📷Cho
Gain 75% Attack Speed for 5 seconds after using Surging Fist.
C'Thun's Gift (Level 20)📷Cho
Cho's Basic Attack becomes ranged and Slows targets by 20% for 2 seconds.

We See You! (Level 1)📷Gall
Eye of Kilrogg's cooldown is decreased by 25 seconds, its range is increased by 33%, and the number of Basic Attacks required to kill it is increased by 1.
Rising Dread (Level 4)📷Gall
Each bounce of Dread Orb increases its radius by 25% and damage by 15%. Activate Dread Orb before the second bounce ends to reverse the direction of the third bounce.
Edge of Madness (Level 7)📷Gall
Every subsequent hit of Shadowflame against the same enemy Hero deals an additional 12% damage, to a maximum of 60%. These bonuses are lost if the Hero has not been hit for 7 seconds.
Twisting Nether (Level 10)📷Gall
After 1 second, nearby enemies are slowed by 50% while Gall channels, up to 5 seconds. Activate to deal 353 (+5% per level) damage.
Twilight Nova (Level 13)📷Gall
After the first bounce of Dread Orb, 2 extra bombs bounce to the sides once.
Leaden Orb (Level 16)📷Gall
Dread Orb Stuns enemy Heroes for 0.75 seconds.
Twilight Frenzy (Level 20)📷Gall
Activate to reduce the cooldowns of Shadowflame and Dread Orb to 2 seconds for the next 6 seconds.
AI Gall actually picks the correct talents from lvl 7 to 16. I usually pick the 1 talent at start, then recon at 3 and 19 to override the AI.
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2023.06.03 14:13 Malinda-263 How to make a Tesla coil for a school project?

How to make a Tesla coil for a school project?
Building a Tesla coil can be a fascinating and educational school project. However, it's important to note that working with high-voltage electricity can be dangerous, and safety precautions should always be followed. Here's a basic overview of how to make a Tesla coil:
Materials you'll need:
  1. High-voltage power supply or transformer
  2. Capacitors
  3. Spark gap
  4. Primary and secondary coils (typically made of copper wire)
  5. Base or platform to hold the components
  6. Insulating materials (such as PVC or acrylic sheets)
  7. Safety equipment (gloves, goggles, etc.)

Steps to build a Tesla coil

Research and study

Familiarize yourself with the principles and safety precautions of working with high-voltage electricity. There are many online resources and tutorials available that can provide detailed instructions.

Design and plan

Decide on the size and specifications of your Tesla coil. Determine the number of turns and gauge of wire for the primary and secondary coils, as well as the type and rating of the components you'll be using.


Start by building the base or platform to hold your components. Mount the high-voltage power supply or transformer securely. Build the primary and secondary coils, making sure to insulate the wire appropriately. Connect the capacitors and spark gap to complete the circuit.


Connect the primary and secondary coils to the appropriate terminals of the power supply or transformer. Make sure to follow the correct wiring diagrams and ensure all connections are secure.

Safety measures

Before testing the Tesla coil, take necessary safety precautions. Wear safety goggles and gloves, work in a well-ventilated area, and keep flammable materials away.


Once you have completed the construction and safety measures, you can power up the Tesla coil. Gradually increase the power and observe the formation of electrical sparks and arcs. Note that the range and output of your Tesla coil may vary depending on its size and power supply.
It's essential to exercise caution and adhere to safety guidelines throughout the entire process. If you are unsure about any step or aspect of building a Tesla coil, it's best to seek guidance from a knowledgeable teacher or mentor with experience in working with high-voltage electronics.
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2023.06.03 14:11 AutoNewsAdmin [Environment] - Clumps of 5,000-mile seaweed blob bring flesh-eating bacteria to Florida

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2023.06.03 14:11 Due-Examination-9406 1. $148 million network-wide in the last 24 hours 2. The Fear & Greed Index is 54 today, and the level is still greed 3. Over $31 million in fee revenue on the #ETH chain in the last 24 hours 4. Data: The number of addresses holding more than 1 #ETH reached 1,750,726, a one-month high 5

1. $148 million network-wide in the last 24 hours 2. The Fear & Greed Index is 54 today, and the level is still greed 3. Over $31 million in fee revenue on the #ETH chain in the last 24 hours 4. Data: The number of addresses holding more than 1 #ETH reached 1,750,726, a one-month high 5 submitted by Due-Examination-9406 to u/Due-Examination-9406 [link] [comments]

2023.06.03 14:11 jamesrogers9310 I've built a gym workout tracking app. I'd love some feedback on the landing page and app itself.

I've been training in the gym for years, and have used a number of different apps to log my exercises and see my progression.
Some of the apps I've used are amazing, but I've felt they've become stale as the developer no longer improves it or fixes annoying bugs.
My goal with this is to project is to combine the best features of all the apps out there and build on them further.
The features I have so far: 1. Log the weight, reps and sets for each exercise 2. Create/edit/delete custom workout routines 3. Instructions with diagrams for each exercise 4. See full workout/exercise history 5. Explore progression on a graph to visualise your progress for specific exercises 6. Update-to-date UI. I'm doing my best to make it look beautiful
In the future I want to add: 1. Social features so you can see your friends workouts. This allows you to be competitive and see where your stats rank up between eachoether. Like 1 rep max on bench, squats, deadlifts etc, or number of workouts over a weekly/monthly period etc. 2. Better analytics. Place widgets on your home page and track especific exercise progression 3. Calculators for what reps/weight/sets to do if you want to build up to your 1 rep max. Or a 531 calculator etc. 4. Full workout plans. So anyone who wants to follow a complete plan tailored just for them to meet their goal 5. Track other things like watecalorie intake, body weight 6. Even better instructions with real person videos and images showing the exercise, with male and female variations 7. Visualise muscle group fatigue and workout frequency - this will help you know that to train next and what areas you might be lacking in
And many many more.
The app is free but some features are locked behind a paid wall. It's really important to me for this app to be useful to everyone while still on the free plan. The paid plan is mostly an extension that lets you dig deeper into history and analytics There's a lot I want to do with this, so any feedback would be greatly appreciated! And I'd be happy to give anyone here a promo code to make use of the paid features at no cost.
Here's the landing page. All links to the App store and Play store can be found here https://repsworkoutapp.com
Thanks everyone!
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2023.06.03 14:10 warp-factor Match Thread: T20 Blast & Charlotte Edwards Cup - 3rd June

2023 T20 Blast & Charlotte Edwards Cup
ECB Match Centre - T20 Blast - Charlotte Edwards Cup - Central Repository of Scorecards and clips of every boundary and wicket.
Full coverage of every ball of County Cricket and selected Women's Regional Matches on BBC Local Radio - T20 Blast - Charlotte Edwards Cup
T20 Matches in the Blast and Charlotte Edwards Cup start at different times which are listed against them below.
Where available, YouTube live streams are linked against each match below. These can also be found on the county and ECB websites. There's no free live stream of Hampshire vs Sussex as it's on Sky Sports.
BBC Local Radio coverage and YouTube streams should be accessible worldwide.
Double Header
AT EDGBASTON - Weather Forecast
14:30 - Central Sparks vs Southern Vipers - YouTube - Scorecard
18:30 - Warwickshire vs Nottinghamshire - YouTube - Scorecard
Other T20 Blast Matches
19:00 - Hampshire vs Sussex at The Rose Bowl - On Sky Cricket - Weather Forecast - Scorecard
T20 Blast Standings before today:
North Group
Pos Team Played Won Lost Tied N/R Net RR Points
1 Worcestershire Rapids 4 4 0 0 0 +1.345 8
2 Birmingham Bears 5 4 1 0 0 +1.134 8
3 Durham Cricket 4 3 1 0 0 +1.294 6
4 Lancashire Lightning 6 3 3 0 0 +0.269 6
5 Derbyshire Falcons 5 2 3 0 0 -0.417 4
6 Yorkshire Vikings 5 2 3 0 0 -0.426 4
7 Notts Outlaws 5 2 3 0 0 -0.454 4
8 Northamptonshire Steelbacks 5 2 3 0 0 -0.692 4
9 Leicestershire Foxes 5 0 5 0 0 -1.585 0
South Group
Pos Team Played Won Lost Tied N/R Net RR Points
1 Somerset CCC 5 5 0 0 0 +2.475 10
2 Surrey CCC 5 3 2 0 0 +1.136 6
3 Glamorgan 4 3 1 0 0 +0.240 6
4 Hampshire Hawks 4 2 2 0 0 +0.612 4
5 Gloucestershire 5 2 3 0 0 -0.626 4
6 Essex 3 2 1 0 0 -1.427 4
7 Kent Spitfires 4 1 3 0 0 -0.311 2
8 Sussex Sharks 3 1 2 0 0 -0.464 2
9 Middlesex 5 0 5 0 0 -1.994 0
Points: Teams receive 2 points for a win. 1 point for a Tie or No Result. Each team plays 7 of the 8 other teams in their group and 7 away. Top 4 in each group qualify for the Quarter Finals. Quarter Final winners qualify for Finals Day.
Charlotte Edwards Cup Standings before today:
Pos Team Played Won Lost Tied N/R Net RR Points
1 The Blaze 5 5 0 0 0 +1.478 23
2 Northern Diamonds 5 4 1 0 0 +0.351 17
3 Southern Vipers 4 3 1 0 0 +1.062 13
4 Thunder 5 2 3 0 0 -0.083 9
5 South East Stars 5 2 3 0 0 -0.032 8
6 Western Storm 5 2 3 0 0 -0.666 8
7 Central Sparks 4 1 3 0 0 -0.900 4
8 Sunrisers 5 0 5 0 0 -1.119 0
Points: Teams receive 4 points for a win. A bonus point for a win with a run rate of 1.25x that of the opposition. 2 points for a Tie or No Result. Teams play each other team once, home or away. The top three teams advance to Finals Day. The top team advances straight to the Final, whilst the other two teams play off in a semi-final.
If you've got a team in The Cricket Draft T20 Blast fantasy game, you can join the cricket league here
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2023.06.03 14:09 DishevelledDeccas The Poverty of Christian Voluntarism

(Pun intended)
*** Effort Post ***
Whenever the topic of socialism or welfare comes up in Christian circles, the notion of Christian voluntarism is quick to follow. What is this Christian voluntarism? It is the idea that national welfare should be based on voluntary charity by the church, not the state. This idea seems to have influence in George Bush’s Compassionate Conservatism, and also to a lesser degree in David Cameron’s Big Society.
Two defenses of the concept are in “The Tragedy of American Compassion” by Marvin Olasky, and “Christian Charity vs Government Welfare” by Thomas Johnson[1]. In truth, elements of the idea itself has subtlety become accepted by a very many Christians, and is present in general Christian apologetics on economics (see bibliography). It must be noted that the proponents of the idea rarely embrace the term Christian Voluntarism[2], which seems to be rather a function of how generally accepted and non-sequitur the idea seems to be.
The theology behind Christian Voluntarism
Sadly, many of the texts linked do not have a strong theological basis; they are largely historical defenses for the idea (See Olasky 2008 and Johnson 1970). Thus, a strongman of their theology must rely on those aforementioned Christian apologetic sources rather substantially (see bibliography). Also, thanks to u/Laojac who provided a strongman here.
Christian voluntarism is fundamentally reliant on the charity practiced by the early Christian Church. We know that people in the church shared their property with each other and cared for each other; Acts 2:44-45, Acts 4:32-37. We know they were commanded to care for their families, alongside the poor, and that there were fundraising efforts to send money over to people in need in the church (1 Tim 5:3,8, Galatians 2:10, Hebrews 13:2-3, 2 Corinthians 8-9). Christian Voluntarism takes this model for charity and attempts to nationalize it is a welfare system, for charity. It uses a few methods to support this.
First, it argues that bible tells us that giving should be voluntary. 2 Corinthians 8-9, and especially 2 Corinthians 9:7, exhort voluntary charity, not done under compulsion. Ergo, the state should not require taxation to fund welfare. Whilst the online tracts do not go much further than this, there is an interesting way that this can be extrapolated further. The particular significance of this verse, interestingly enough, is it is one of the key verses to refute the requirement of tithing. Tithing existed under the wholistic economic system of the old testament that did have many rather radical economic policies; the sabbatical year and the year of jubilee, etc. So to call in this verse against the requirement of taxation does provide a rather big challenge; this new idea of caring in the new testament is not a system of governance, like in the old testament, with taxes and regulations. It is a system guided by the holy spirit, whereby people voluntarily care for those around them. The requirement for people to care for families in 1 timothy 5 would definitely fall into this.
Second, it fundamentally ties welfare to work. To quote 2 Thessalonians 3:10 - “those who do not work shall not eat”. This can be taken in the more obvious sense of “there is no such thing as a free lunch” – people need to work to provide for a living, but for the Christian voluntarists, it is taken as a command of a mutual obligation – those who do not try to work shall not get welfare. (Olasky 2008, p 9-10). Unsurprisingly, this is where ideas of “deserving” and “undeserving poor” come from worthy (Olasky 2008, p 11-12). This also forms what welfare should look like – Welfare has a purpose to help people make a living for themselves (Olasky 2008, p 25, 29). But specifically, in practice it also means that those who don’t want to work should be excluded from welfare (Olasky 2008, p 12, 29, 228). Christian voluntarist tracts argue further that welfare itself is corrupting in that it enables backwardness and degeneracy to exist, encouraging laziness and the breakdown of families (for example, Olasky 2008, p xi -xvii, 222).
Third, supporting this is the argument that Biblical notions of property are explicitly in favor of Liberal private property. This is the belief that the owner of property, can do whatever they want with their property. This starts with an appeal to Exodus 20:15,17 as examples of OT Justifications for private property. It points to the various points in the bible that recognize private ownership. To reference a few; Genesis 4:4, Micah 4:4, Acts 5:4. A very notable verse is Mathew 20:15; “Don’t I have the right to do what I want with my own money?” – taking this statement at face value would suggest Jesus is very much in favour of liberal private property rights. The whole conclusion of this that people have the right to do with their property what they want. The most immediate implication is the government cannot seize property - This is used against the threat of state socialism.
The Problems with this theology
Of course, we need to recognize that the Bible doesn’t tell Christians to take over the state and implement a welfare state. The fact is that the bible doesn’t prescribe a structure for economic justice in the broader national community. But similarly, this means the bible doesn’t prescribe the Church as being the welfare system of the broader national community. There is a legitimate question about how to pursuing economic justice in light of biblical commands and examples, and the description of the New Testament church (Acts 2:42-47, Acts 4:34-35) exists to show us what economic justice should look like in Christian communities specifically. However, it is a significant stretch to argue that this decentralised system of churches providing welfare is what the bible prescribes as the only legitimate national welfare system.
NT Christian communities were not set up to be a welfare system for the Roman state. They were examples of model Christian communities that we can look to guide us in holy living. They did exist as an alternate perception of economic justice to Old Testament Israel’s state-embedded system, certainly. However, this alternative state was for a few reasons; First Old Testament Israel was a sacrificial system, one that was no longer needed after Christ’s death and resurrection (Heb 10:1-18). Second, Old Testament Israel was a theocratic state, that would make a people for God who would be outwardly different from all around them (Deut 28:9-10). However, Christ did not come to establish a kingdom of this world (John 18:36), instead a people who would follow him due to their changed heart (John 18:36, John 3:5-8). The nullification of the theocratic state of Israel was not a rejection of the state’s interference in economic policy. Rather, it was a recognition that the theocratic state had fulfilled its soteriological and eschatological purpose.
With this context out of the way, we can refute the specific justifications of the voluntarists; The first, 2 Corinthians 9:7, which tells us that giving should be voluntary, not under compulsion, was in a specific letter given to a specific community responding to a crisis at the time. To transform it into a condemnation of state taxation for welfare is a substantial stretch. Paul made clear that it was also a test; he would not command this church to give charity but wanted to know the sincerity of their love, by comparing how much they gave compared to other churches (2 Corinthians 8:8-9).
He was not laying down a law about the state. Nothing in the passage suggests that the state cannot provide welfare. Nothing in the passage suggests that the state cannot demand taxation. Indeed, bible does not reject compulsion in terms of taxation as Christians are exhorted to pay their taxes (Mark 12:13-17; Rom 13:6-7). Contextually, the Christian Voluntarist must also grapple with the absence of a condemnation of the grain dole of Rome, both within this passage and within the broader New Testament. Now, one could argue that if the state gets involved in welfare then the sincerity of Christian love has failed – but that is a very different argument, an argument that needs to grapple with both the fallen nature of humanity, and the social implications of democracy. Nevertheless, the passage at hand does not refute state taxation or state provision of welfare.
Moving to the second justification – that, welfare should be tied to work. This specific passage, 2 Thessalonians 3:10, occurs within a context where there are believers who are “idle and disruptive” (v 6, 11) and who are “not busy; they are busybodies”. They are commanded to settle down and eat (v 12). To use this passage to encourage Christians to work is good. It is not the purpose of the passage to be used for a model of how a welfare state works. Unlike 2 Cor 9:7, which is deliberately misused by Christians to deny welfare to others – this passage can be used to form a welfare state system. Like Acts 4:32 for the Socialists, and 1 Corinthians 14:12-26 for the Corporatists, 2 Thessalonians 3:10 seems quite able to be derived to justify a political policy. However, to declare that 2 Thessalonians 3:10 necessitates a policy program on welfare is misguided – it was a teaching for a particular church at a particular time. The practical considerations of this particular section will get further treatment further on.
The final argument that the bible prescribes liberal private property. This argument has lies that it conceals in truths. Fundamentally, the bible does recognize property rights. It recognizes that we can own property and have liberty in using that property. However, the bible also recognizes two other things; First, that we are not the absolute owners of that property. God is the absolute owner of everything, not humanity (1 Cor 10:26; Psalm 24:1; Deut 10:14). The second is that any property we have, we steward for God; we are not allowed to use property for whatever purpose we deem fit. The OT system has a variety of restrictions on how we can use property, much of which existed for economic justice. There were prohibitions on taking interest (Leviticus 26:36-37); Gleaning laws that mean restricted the amount of produce farmers could get from their own harvest, requiring they leave some to the poor (Lev 19:9-10; Deut 24:19-21). Furthermore, there are the radical redistribution policies with the Sabbatical year and year of jubilee (Leviticus 25:1-7, 8-55). The commandment to not steal was situated within these verses about responsibilities, something noted by Both Catholics and Reformed Christians (See the Catholic Catechism, Westminster Larger Catechism and Heidelberg Catechism). The New Testament similar has a variety of commands about how to use property; (Luke 6:30, 1 John 3:17, 1 Tim 5:8, 6:17-18).
There is one verse that falls outside of the above explanation; Mathew 20:15 – “Don’t I have the right to do what I want with my own money?”. The context of the verse is that Jesus is teaching a parable. In the parable, the vineyard owner pays all his workers the same amount, no matter what they work. Parables have single purposes – the purpose of this parable is that it doesn’t matter however late you sign up to the gospel, you will still be saved. It is not a parable with prescriptions on wage payments. It is not a parable with prescriptions on private property.
Fundamentally, there is no biblical prescription against the state establishment of a welfare state. This, in itself, does not disqualify Christian voluntarism as an idea; rather it means that advocating Christian voluntarism requires making a different argument – that the Christian voluntarist form of welfare is the best form of welfare.
The Economics of a Christian Voluntarist welfare state
Gøsta Esping-Andersen’s seminal work “The Three Worlds of welfare Capitalism”, divides welfare states into three ideal types; “Liberal”, “Conservative” and “Social Democratic”. Of these, Christian Voluntarism is closest to the “Liberal” ideal type which is found in the US, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. A liberal welfare state is one that aims to encourage the pursuit of employment, and so the state will provide as little as possible (Esping-Andersen 1990, p. 42). Means testing and mutual obligation is often used to minimize the states ways to welfare provision. Those who cannot rely on government support must rely on charity (Esping-Andersen 1990, p. 26-27).
Christian Voluntarism is essentially a Christian defense for the “Liberal” welfare state. However it does far more, because in practice it would mean the undermining of the liberal welfare state. The Christian voluntarist would tear down the last vestiges of a state led system so that people instead rely on Charity. They would attempt to further liberalize an already liberal system. The practical implications of this are that even a state led system that incorporates the principles of the “deserving and undeserving” poor, alongside the mutual obligations of “those who don’t work don’t eat”, are too much for the Christian Voluntarist.
This system fails both quantitatively and qualitatively. It fails quantitatively because a welfare state based on charity cannot support the entire population. Welfare encompasses old age, unemployment, workplace injuries, permanent disabilities and more. The amount of money needed to organise such a welfare system is unachievable by charities (Green 2017). Reviews of “The Tragedy of American compassion” point out that the historical charitable system championed did not provide welfare for all – it was very geographically dependent (Hammack, 1996, p 261-262).
This system also fails qualitatively. One would think that a Christian voluntarist would see that charity and welfare are symptoms of economic greater problems, and addressing those greater problems would reduce the burdens on charity.[3] But Christian Voluntarists don’t address the issues which lead people to need charity. Unaffordable healthcare and involuntary unemployment are two clear examples of structural economic problems; the former due to the various oligopolies that exist throughout the healthcare system, which is unsurprising given it is a market with high start-up costs, and the latter often due a deficiency in demand. The solutions to these factors require substantial economic reform by means of regulation and government spending, which is antithetical to the Christian Voluntarist ideal. Christian voluntarists are not advocating for these solutions to reduce the burden on charities.
Two further addendums need to be added to this analysis. The first is that there are flaws with regards to the policy derivatives of 2 Thessalonians 3:10. The idea of an undeserving poor has lead to many problems – for example this group has historically included beggars and criminals (Schmalz 2017). The definition of who is undeserving will inevitably both include and exclude people who may need help. Olasky, for example, includes Alcoholics and Drug Addicts as part of his ‘undeserving poor’ (p. 227-228), when, in truth, these groups could quite easily be seen as the most needing of support – albeit in a more compressive form then mere cash handout. The principle of mutual obligations behind this need to be thought through. Interestingly enough, the gleaning system in the OT seems to be a system that follows this idea; welfare is there, but people have to work to get it. This principles behind this are also evident in a full employment policy in the modern era. However, today’s governments generally prefer of “mutual obligations” for welfare, or forms of workfare instead. In the context where workers outnumber jobs these programs essentially act as punitive “full employment policy”.
The second is the Christian voluntarist claim that any welfare system should be orientated towards public morality alongside economic justice. This is a fair claim, and frankly welfare systems must be cautiously constructed with consideration of economic justice, and also the moral fabric of society. Here the example of the ideal type of the Conservative welfare state (historically found in found in Germany, Belgium and Austria), can be drawn upon. This welfare state, for example, is constructed with the family in mind (Esping-Andersen 1990, p. 27). It also relies largely on decentralised system of welfare provision that incorporate religious providers (Esping-Andersen 1990, p. 27). Even with the focus on the moral fabric of society, other factors must also come into play; The conservative welfare state benefits married couples over singles; what does this mean for the economic situation of single mothers? Such a welfare system needs to counterbalance the social fabric of society with it’s economic needs.
To Conclude
Theologically, the claims of Christian Voluntarism do not stand up; there is not set biblical principle about the state’s involvement in welfare provision. Economically, the Christian Voluntarists fail to appreciate the quantitative size of charitable provision needed to match the welfare state, nor do they deal with the structural issues facing the economy.
Fundamentally, I am not a Christian Socialist. I do not believe that the descriptions of Christian communities in Acts can be described as socialist – I may write another piece like this later on. I’m not coming from a liberal, modernist or progressive Christian perspective. Rather I’m annoyed that Conservative Christians have accepted the claims of liberal economies and tried to make a more liberalized welfare system based on a misguided claim about following the Bible.
[1] The specific defense provided by Johnson is explicitly voluntarist, in that it draws on voluntarism as a philosophy. It is also Pelagian and so should be rejected; “Any Christian who does not openly and vehemently denounce all forms of government welfare, cannot, in truth, call himself a Christian, for government welfare is the antithesis of Christian charity.” - this is clearly heresy.
[2] Indeed, the term only seems to appear in online Christian Forums. However, Academics do describe this idea as voluntarist, and it is a Christian defense of Voluntarism, so terming the idea “Christian Voluntarism” is apt.
[3] This was the approach of the founder of the St Vincent De Paul society, Frederic Ozanam. He was an economics lecturer and argued that charity was insufficient to change the situation – what was needed was a change to the relationship between workers and capital (Moody 1953, p 129).
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2023.06.03 14:09 patrikpatrikkirtap Poortugal number 1 😎🥳🤑🤑

Poortugal number 1 😎🥳🤑🤑
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2023.06.03 14:06 ViolaBiflora Trust issues because of communication

Hey, I'm gonna provide you with some backstory, because this is driving me crazy. There are certain things I won't mention, thus I will focus only on the one/two problems that happened over time.
I (22M) have a boyfriend (26M) of 2.5 years. We've been getting along perfectly, no huge issues, just a healthy relationship. It started with him mentioning his ex a lot, but we talked it through and it was fine to some point. He mentioned that he's happier with me, on top of that, I live 5km away, and his boyfriend used to live 300km away. That's a win-win for us.

The thing is, 3 months into the relationship he told me that he's so satisfied with me, that he's never met anyone like me before to the point where he claimed he stopped watching any porn when we met. I was flabbergasted, I truly felt loved and appreciated. Fast-forward two months, he was working on his PC, I was right beside and I noticed a video on the desktop. It was porn. I kindly asked about it, without any issues, and he claimed it was not porn, it was just some video he got off his old hard-drive and swiped it under the rag. I googled it at home once, just to make sure, and it indeed was porn. It was fine, I didn't mention it again. Two or three months later the same situation happened. I also called him out on it because I felt a bit uncomfortable about it. He shrugged it under the rug and told me he didn't watch it and so on.
So, porn for me isn't a huge issue, it truly isn't. It's just the fact that we live 5 kilometers away, and we only do 'stuff' together when he wants to. There's no taboo, there's no limits, and when we want to do something, we do everything. There's nothing he has to be scared about, no insecurities and he can do anything he wants to me. Sometimes when I am 'feeling the moment' I ask him if I can send him a 'spicy pic' or if he wants to see it, etc. He always states that 'yeah sure, you can send it but 'don't do anything without me, wait for me and we'll do it together' - and I always wait. Whether I have to wait a day, three days, a week or even three weeks - I always wait for him and don't do anything on my own. It's fine.
When we want to do anything it's always easy for both of us, because our parents are often away, so it's no problem to travel 5km to each other places, especially when we cycle - we cycle all day long everyday, so a 15-20 minutes drive doesn't make any difference. We can do 'stuff' whenever we want to.
The thing is, he often doesn't want to, or claims that he wants to but 'has something to do' That's when the porn issue is concerning to me, because I am literally at the reach of his hand and instead of doing stuff together, I keep finding porn on his computer. It was about 3 times I found out, and he always told me that he's deleted it. So three times 'he deleted it' and three times I 'found it' (not snooping, just by looking at his other screen).
So, this is a bad thing I've done, I am truly aware, but one time when I was helping him with some stuff on the PC, I looked into the 'external hard-drive folder' and found lots of porn, it was 2 folders in, hadn't to look any further. I called him out again, because he claimed that he's deleted everything. We got into an argument, I told him that I know I did a bad thing and it won't happen again, but that's when my trust issues started. I know that looking at someone's PC is bad, but in this case, it proved my worries again.
He defended himself that 'it's old stuff from his laptop that he hasn't deleted yet, he didn't even know it was there'. But when I ask him about 'my pictures' that he reportedly downloads and 'keeps in his folder', he couldn't find it, because it's on a pendrive 1, 2 or number 3 and it's deep in the drawer. But the 'porn he didn't know was there' took me 3 seconds to find.
It's okay, I wanted to talk about it, as it's more about communication and honesty, because I never call him out in a way 'you're forbidden to watch porn', but more like 'tell me when you don't feel like doing it with me today/this week and want to do it on your own', but it never works this way. He just sweeps it under the rug, never communicates and leaves things unsolved.
So I am at his place quite often, 4-5 times a week. He always keeps his old hard drive besides his laptop, 365 days a year, that's where I found the porn once and that's where he stores it. Beside that one time I looked at his PC, told him about it and talked it through, everything was fine. He told me he deleted it, again, though.
So today he was away on a trip, he told me to walk his dog out, and I did. I had some stuff to leave at his room on the desk, so I left it there and left. However, I noticed the external hard-drive wasn't there, even though it is there 365 days a year.
Beside that one time, over a year ago, when I looked at his PC, it never happened again. I told him I am aware that I did a bad thing, told him I would never do it again, and I never did. However, today, after over a year after the accident, before leaving he still thought about hiding the drive from me. It's not a coincidence, because I know him well, he hid it on purpose.
No, I don't know a password to his laptop anyway, I never look through it, he trusts me with all my heart, that's what I thought, and it's mutual.
Is it right for me to feel bad now? I feel like he doesn't trust me anymore, and I don't know if I trust him at this point. He claimed to have deleted it 3 times and 3 times I "proved him wrong" by simply looking at the other screen when I was helping him with some work-related stuff. Then, one time, when I was helping, I snooped on my own, proved myself right again. I feel like this is an issue he sweeps under the rug, resulting in my not getting enough sex, being worried about him preferring to jack off to stuff on his computer, and being dishonest on top of it all.
All I want from him is honesty , because if he told me, there wouldn't be an issue. But it's always "yeah, I deleted it" and then I don't even have to look for it and I find it.
Is it okay for me to feel disappointed in him now? I know it's not a biggie, but just the fact that before leaving the house he thought of hiding it from me, it just feels unnatural, because I am there for him all day long everyday, helping him to cope with all the stuff he's got going on, helping him when he's down, when he's got tons of work on his head, and all I get as a "thank you" is to be dishonest with me.
I just feel like I'm being lied to and that I do too much for him, when I can't simply get a response "Yeah, I'm watching porn instead of doing it with you" or "I'm sorry for doing so". All I want is honest communication...
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2023.06.03 14:05 iggy_y Lavien Cosmetics Derma Ceramide Four Ten Cream

Lavien Cosmetics Derma Ceramide Four Ten Cream
Lavien Cosmetics Derma Ceramide Four Ten Cream Review:
Skin type: Combination sometimes dehydrated Climate: Humid, Tropical country in SE Asia (30s Celsius + > 80% humidity)
When I first used it, I used quite little and found that I needed to use more and when I did, my skin was glowing and hydrated. There is a slight baby powder scent that is very light and goes away quickly.
This is the moisturiser that saved my skin when I stupidly used a retinol serum for 4 days straight when first starting out causing it to be sensitive, irritated & red. This moisturiser was the one that healed my skin barrier and did not cause any clogged pores, milia or making my skin more oily.
I love this moisturiser and already have a backup but will be using other moisturisers in the meantime as I do want to try more.
CONS: VERY VERY pricey at 56,000 KRW on the official site or SGD 66 RTP on ksisters. I purchased during the Black Friday sale on the official site when it was 50% off so around 28k KRW / SGD 30 which is an alright price since drugstore products are over SGD 20 RTP. Sadly, the brand just released a statement that they will be increasing the price by 5% 🥲😭
It can be a little sticky if you are like me who loves using quite a number of products but a simple skincare with just 3-4 steps will not leave a sticky feel to it. It may not be suitable for oily skin gals unless your skincare routine is very very simple.
I also did not notice any brightening or seeing my acne scars heal faster while using although I don’t have that many scars. It just isn’t my main concern as I look for hydrating and it containing ceramide is something I like.
Side note: after cutting it open, it lasted me an additional 2 weeks of usage🫢
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2023.06.03 14:03 minatozakimaximoff 23 [F4M] Looking for a geek jowa

Helloooo! How’s your day going so far? My day is going pretty good. I am looking for a constant.. yung pwede kong kausapin daily, kasama mag manood ng movies, mapag uupdate-an, someone to form a bond with. Jowa in short. Yung gamegeek din sana para marami tayong pag uusapan!
About me: * 23 years old * 5’2 * Chubby * Single * Mahilig sa anime (especially One Piece) * Plays a lot of video games! (Persona, Zelda, Mario Kart 8, Pokémon, Final Fantasy, Life is Strange, Red Dead Redemption, Grand Theft Auto) may nintendo switch ako so pwede tayo mag 2 player games kahit saan HAHAHA * Comic book addict(mostly Marvel, DC, and Dark Horse comics) * MCU/DC fan * Mahilig mag shitpost sa FB HAHAHA * Witty(daw sabi ng friends ko) * Mapang asar pero pikon * I play ML din pala
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2023.06.03 14:01 honey-smile Buying first multifamily home - dumb idea?

My partner and I just put an offer in on a multifamily home in a M/HCOL area and it looks like it’s going to be accepted. Some numbers:
It also comes with an adjacent lot that we would build another multifamily home on in the next 3-5 years. We would likely be making ~$4K/month on that building once it’s up, but not entirely sure of costs and everything.
I don’t expect this to be incredibly passive - I know we’ll be doing a ton of work, especially in the first few years as the previous owners haven’t been doing much upkeep. And that the majority of the “profits” will go back into repairs on the building for those first few years as well. After we get it up to snuff, I’m anticipating that ongoing maintenance costs will be ~$4-5K/year, so we’ll be making ~$11K max/year in profit. I can do most of the maintenance myself (grew up with architects and contractors as parents), but I’m sure there will be things we need to bring I a specialist for.
The units all currently have long-term tenants, but even if we plan for a 75% occupancy rate per year, we’d still come out ahead. The area is going through a ton of growth and gentrification right now as well, so we definitely have some room to grow with the rents (especially once we make some much needed updates).
I tried to include the relevant information, but feel free to ask me about anything I didn’t include.
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