I had just one small cutting of curtisii and another one of endauensis so I decided to join them. I think they look really cute together and compliment each other but was wondering if their water needs are similar? (btw, they are not planted directly into the pot you see but into a nursery pot)
2022.01.21 11:21 AlbaWaterhouse I had just one small cutting of curtisii and another one of endauensis so I decided to join them. I think they look really cute together and compliment each other but was wondering if their water needs are similar? (btw, they are not planted directly into the pot you see but into a nursery pot)
2022.01.21 11:21 kaanorkun Fittipaldi will race for Haas if Schumacher gets Ferrari call
2022.01.21 11:21 JustTheRealNews Westerman Demands Clarity of BLM Director’s Ethics Compliance
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2022.01.21 11:21 IAskManyDumbQuestion Confused between Elementary OS or Zorin OS?
So after a week of using Ubuntu 21.10, I was quite happy with it. But I don't know what is wrong with the system, Ubuntu has become extremely laggy. I have installed like 5 extensions on it used a GTK theme to make it look like macOS and installed Plank Dock. I also installed Touchegg for Gestures. So after trying everything to fix these problems I got frustrated and wanted to thought to DistroHop again, I have already tried Linux Mint (got some boot problems which I wasn't able to fix), PoP!_OS (If it supported Secure Boot I would have been happy), Kubuntu (Omg this distro had like millions of customizations but become frustrated with the "You can customize everything" approach) So after researching more I found out that Elementary OS with Pantheon DE is much lighter than Gnome (Ubuntu) but has no Extensions (that's fine as it has Touchegg inbuilt). Well I didn't found anything special about Zorin OS I want to hear your experience on both the Distros
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2022.01.21 11:21 Skeano Whoever finds this item of clothing shall get gold! Thank u in advance homies
2022.01.21 11:21 Broxcode Did all areas on 100% and finished story
but still missing 3 recipes any ideas where to find ?
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2022.01.21 11:21 Goose-poop Today is my birthday I’m out of ammo but if someone were to buy in my stead thank you and for those just able to HODL thank you
It really is my birthday I love you all
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2022.01.21 11:21 AmirKeroxi آخه چرا؟🥺
2022.01.21 11:21 need_a_throwaway11 An idea for a magic card
Ok so it's a 1/1 for 1 with haste, vigilance with an ability that reads "when [cardname] enters the battlefield, attacks of blocks each player chooses a yu-gi-oh deck they own from outside the game and duelsTM. The player who wins the duel scrys 1"
I think it's a very balanced card because its benefit can help either player
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2022.01.21 11:21 Xperimens My little bro's bday. I did a cake for him. It was the most I could do during this covid time. :)
2022.01.21 11:21 thedonutmaker Just received USD deposit in Binance.us - no idea where it came from
Woke up to a notification that USD was deposited in my account, and a decent amount. It said to check the transaction history, but there's nothing there. The USD is in the account, and I withdrew. Any ideas?
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2022.01.21 11:21 cloyego The Polyculture Project - Permaculture/Polyculture/Regenerative Landscape Design Research
2022.01.21 11:21 YOW-Weather-Records Today's ~9am temperature of -28.0°C was Guelph's coldest temperature in more than 4 years, since New Year's Eve, 2017.
2022.01.21 11:21 ZenDreamz Optometrist willing to give prescription info
Hi, looking for an optometrist that will give me all the information I need about my prescription so I can buy more affordable glasses online. I have such a hard time getting it from my current doc. Cheers!
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2022.01.21 11:21 JustTheRealNews ONC Seeks Public Comment on Electronic Prior Authorization Standards, Implementation Specifications and Certification Criteria
2022.01.21 11:21 Ken900 Sakamata Was Forced To Study Abroad In New Zealand By Her Family
2022.01.21 11:21 Popular_Pop_5088 Are there any good question to ask for this topic that will stump your opponent
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2022.01.21 11:21 prawnbiryani #unsplashcats #cute #adorable #kittens #cats #followformore
2022.01.21 11:21 Parking_Highlight_53 Fine loaf
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2022.01.21 11:21 OwMyThumbz What you guys get up to when gf working super bored?
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2022.01.21 11:21 Anglicanpolitics123 Why is it that people, especially in liberal political circles, don't see that hawkish posturing when it comes to U.S-Russia relations is dangerous geopolitically?
Ever since the Crimea Crisis of 2014 and the 2016 U.S elections it seems as if many people in American and Western political discourse are unable to have a nuance conversation about foreign relations with Russia. Before I continue it needs to be said clearly. Russia's annexation of Crimea was an illegal act of aggression that violated international law. And its interference in America's elections in 2016 is a proven fact. However what seems to have happened is that the 2014 Crimea Crisis and the 2016 U.S election interference have played the role that 9/11 played when it came to Western foreign policy in the Middle East. In the immediate aftermath when you had voices who questioned a hawkish foreign policy in the Middle East, they were branded as "unpatriotic". Especially during the Iraq War. You have a similar phenomenon when it comes to U.S/West-Russia relations where anything less that being "tough" on Russia is seen as being a "Russia stooge". This perspective seems to ignore a couple of key things:
(i)The United States and Russia are both nuclear powers.
(ii)N.A.T.O expansionism provokes Russian hawkishness
- This is something that seems to be in the back of people's minds when West/Russia relations are discussed. Both powers are still nuclear armed powers. So are America's allies in the West and Eastern Europe such as France, the U.K and the Ukraine which retained its nuclear weapons stockpile that it inherited from the Soviet Union. This is why it find it disturbing that many people in political circles just glibly talk about being "tough" on Russia. Because a confrontation between these states means a nuclear holocaust which would lead to the end of our species. Just because the Cold War is over doesn't mean this isn't a reality and its disturbing that many people do not take this seriously or just brush it off.
- Back during the Cold war many people who came from a liberal or progressive political circle understood the danger of this reality. President Kennedy, a liberal president at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis negotiated the Washington Hotline with Moscow and also the Test Ban Treaty. President Carter negotiated SALT II following up on Nixon's SALT I treaty. When the Reagan Administration was dramatically increasing its military build up during its first term, it was liberals and progressives out in the streets that played a major role in the anti nuclear protests movements because they saw clearly the dangers of a potential nuclear conflict with the Soviets. Obama during his first term spoke of a reset with Russia and took flack from the political right because he bravely negotiated the START nuclear treaty. Now things have changed, where on Russia many liberals seem to have become Reaganite conservative war hawks, which is very disturbing.
(iii)The actions of Russia's political elite, just like America's political elite, are driven by geopolitical circumstances that need to be considered.
- This is a key fact that is often times ignored. When Bush Sr and Gorbachev negotiated the end of the Cold War one of the things that they agreed on was that N.A.T.O would not expand eastwards. Since then under every American president N.A.T.O has continued to expand. 3 nations were added under Bill Clinton. 7 nations were added under George Bush. 3 more under Barack Obama. And others as well under Trump. This is important because when we talk about the present crisis in the Ukraine, one of the many causes of it, alongside Russia's illegal activities in the Donbass is the debate over the Ukraine's ascension into N.A.T.O. You add to this discussion over Georgia also becoming part of N.A.T.O and you have a scenario where Russia is surrounded.
- Criticism of N.A.T.O expansionism isn't some "fringe" opinion. George F Kennan, one of the most famous American diplomats of the 20th century who played a role in things like formation of the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan and N.A.T.O said in the 90s that the expansion of N.A.T.O was a "strategic blunder of epic proportions". And its easy to see why. If Russia had retained the Warsaw Pact, and then expanded Westwards by adding Italy, France, the U.K, Mexico and Canada. And then placed missiles on America's border, America's response would be a fairly hawkish one. We know this because that's exactly what happened during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
(iv)The Western powers need Russia as a partner when it comes to geopolitical issues
- When I hear people say simplistic things like "Vladimir Putin went into this country because he's evil" I just shake my head that this is where political discourse has gotten to on these issues. When American presidents make decisions on international issues, whether we agree or disagree with them, we understand geopolitics is a driving factor. Obama made the decision to intervene in Libya. Why? The complicated geopolitics of the Libyan Revolution and the Arab Spring. Clinton made the decision to intervene int he Balkans. Why? Because of the atrocities that took place under Milosevic's regime(backed by Russia to be noted).
- Now if we understand that geopolitics and circumstances drive American leaders and Western policy makers, why is there no understanding of this when it comes to Russia's own politicians and their foreign policy? Lets look at a Russia's interventions under Putin and Medvedev. When you look at a place like Syria for example why did Russia end up back Assad's dictatorship and ultimately going in? First, because you had the presence of ISIS and the Al Nusra terrorists. Second, you had a Russian naval base there. If ISIS or Al Nusra seized control of that that would have caused major problems. Third, there is a historic Christian minority in Syria. That minority are largely Orthodox Christians. They share cultural ties with the Orthodox Church in Russia. When you combine the reality of these ties with the fact that it was well documented that ISIS was committing genocide against these minorities, and that Assad's brutal and vicious dictatorship was sadly the only system protecting them, these things conditioned Russia's responses in Syria.
- The same types of analysis can be applied to places such as the Ukraine and Georgia, even while we rightly condemn Russian belligerence in these areas. President John F Kennedy when he was analysing the reasons why the Soviets placed missiles in Cuba didn't engage in the silly reductionism of saying "well its because Khrushchev is evil". He rightly analysed that there were political circumstances both internally in the communist party at the time and the politics of the Cold War which is what helped resolve the Cuban Missile Crisis. I wish we had that type of analysis in our public discourse on Russian relations instead of the crude moralisms combined with the war mongering rhetoric that just says "the Russians are evil, that's why they do what they do".
- This is something that is often times missed. For all the differences with Russia there are common interests that they share on a number of issues. This isn't surprising partly because Russia has a seat on the U.N security Council. When we talk about nuclear diplomacy on Iran for instance. Both the sanctions, and the subsequent nuclear deal would not have been possible without Russia's presence. Same thing when one talks about sanctions on North Korea's nuclear program. When one talks about the resupplying of American and N.A.T.O forces that were in Afghanistan at the time, that wouldn't have been possible without the cooperation of the Russians. When it comes to counter terrorism there are common interests there as well.
- Since there are many convergences on interests, wouldn't it be great that everything is done to minimise tensions with Russia, a nuclear armed power, rather than rush into jingoistic confrontations with them like many people seem to be iching for? Obama in his debate with Romney when pressed on Russia famously said "the 1980s would like their foreign policy back". It was a brilliant line and it still applies today. There are many who seem to want to drag us back into the 1980s where we are on the brink of superpower confrontations that could have devastating consequences for our geopolitical order. And they don't think through the consequences of those positions. And I am sad to see this especially in certain liberal and progressive circles, the first circles that should be the peaceniks out of all political circles.
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2022.01.21 11:21 post_azadi Ahead of 26 January, frisking intensifies in Srinagar city.
2022.01.21 11:21 MelinaJuliasCottage Still waiting on test results
I live at guidance living for people with autism, i had food with a guidance person on sunday, on tuesday they told us that person had covid. I HAVE BEEN ISOLATED SINCE. i was already suffering very badly in my mental health last week, and this week everything was opening up again and it seemed like i could finally start to live again- and holy fuck, i'm just crying here, there were nearly no test locations available, everything was full and busy so non available, finally found a good spot, 3 pm. I tested yesterday, and have been waiting since. I really wanted to box today, it's what's been keeping me sane the past year, and i haven't been able to in 4 weeks, that's really heavy for someone like me that has quite a lot of emotional stuff to process through including therapy. I have been isolating from my own roommates, i have been stuck in my room, i just fucking hate this. I really wanted to box.
It's been more then 24 hours, i have never waited as long on a test result as now.
Fuck all of this. A 20 year old from the netherlands
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2022.01.21 11:21 ResponsibilityMore54 This edit of Abe discusses FART on Wendy stream is so funny
2022.01.21 11:21 Lisaaloveee Stoney, the Pussy. Deleted his tweet & privated his account😂🤦🏼♀️
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