n7z2t 5y3zy 98di2 88i6f 84622 att8t 5knn9 8fyz5 ey3i7 kf52b ay67f s74a5 h5e2f dyn2f e646d 2fkr6 nrnfk z3fk4 ayyeh 4h5d8 9h44d Just adopted this little barn kitty. He's really friendly and has a small crook at the end of his tail. We can't seem to come up with a name we like yet. He's busy busy. Any suggestions? |

Just adopted this little barn kitty. He's really friendly and has a small crook at the end of his tail. We can't seem to come up with a name we like yet. He's busy busy. Any suggestions?

2022.01.22 11:32 willumasaurus Just adopted this little barn kitty. He's really friendly and has a small crook at the end of his tail. We can't seem to come up with a name we like yet. He's busy busy. Any suggestions?

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2022.01.22 11:32 Lorenzana10 You'll never know how ironic is crafting this memes with the Suicide Mission theme playing in the background

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2022.01.22 11:32 MrKolutic1 Ban him fast!

Ban him fast!
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2022.01.22 11:32 hotbowlsofjustice I Melt With You By Modern English Released May 3rd, 1982

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2022.01.22 11:32 VanCanne Poker Etiquette

I quite like a bit of poker. But can we add something to the general etiquette to go alongside not shooting randoms?
How about DON'T max bet when the community cards haven't even been dealt yet? There is literally no point and you will go bust quickly.
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2022.01.22 11:32 EViLPr0 A few Space Wolf dreadnoughts finished in time to take to LVO.

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2022.01.22 11:32 BevyChocolate Im a graduate of advertising and since theres still the threat of omicron I decided to mkae the most out of photoahop. I vitually make memory journal pages daily 🤣 so I have something to remember in 5-10 years. Heres my 2022 vision board 😆 and then after posting this im gonna do todays💁🏻‍♀

Im a graduate of advertising and since theres still the threat of omicron I decided to mkae the most out of photoahop. I vitually make memory journal pages daily 🤣 so I have something to remember in 5-10 years. Heres my 2022 vision board 😆 and then after posting this im gonna do todays💁🏻‍♀ submitted by BevyChocolate to quarantineactivities [link] [comments]

2022.01.22 11:32 prettyoaktree A Guide to Extinguishing Flame Wars

I put together this guide after a particular thread in a sub I moderate was derailed because of personal attacks. This is not something we see often on our sub, but I felt like our mod team could use a consistent process for handling these incidents should they happen again. My team found this stuff to be useful so I am sharing it here in the hopes that you would too.
Definitions Throughout this guide, I will be making references to certain terms. To prevent confusion, here’s the list of terms and their specific meanings within this guide:

The Mechanics of a Flame War While flame wars come in a variety of shapes and sizes, they all share very similar mechanics. Again, for the purpose of this guide, we are only interested in flame wars that start from comments in an otherwise good thread. The general flow usually looks like this:
At this point, the author of the Kindling might step in and do their best to prevent the Sparks from turning into a fire. They can do this by acknowledging that their comment was potentially offensive, they might apologize, etc. If this happens (and it happens regularly because most people are not assholes), then the situation is usually defused and the flame war is avoided. However, sometimes, we proceed to the next step...
Practical Example Let’s see how these mechanics are evident in a real-world example on a fitness sub I moderate. The topic of the thread is simple enough: OP is asking about people’s favorite “floor” exercises (dumbbells, bodyweight, that kind of stuff).\
Figure 1: Original post
Things go swimmingly well for a short while, and then the following comment gets posted by a Redditor we shall refer to as User A:
Figure 2: On topic response
Sure, it’s a bit braggy (also, “DB” means dumbbells in case you were wondering), but it is 100% on topic and it generates further reasonable (if braggy) discussion:
Figure 3: The discussion continues
And then this gem by User C (who has, let’s just say, “history” on the sub) comes along to ruin everybody’s evening:
Figure 4: Things take a bit of a turn
It might not be immediately obvious, but this comment is our Kindling (something that others might find inflammatory). At the time, we did not think this comment was particularly inflammatory because it happened to be factually correct, but with hindsight being 20-20, it is easy to see why it could be:
While these signs are difficult to see in the moment, the comment reveals itself to be the Kindling when User A responds thusly:
Figure 5: The conversation is derailed with a personal attack
We now have a Spark, which is quickly fanned into a flame by User D:
Figure 6: Personal attacks continue
At this point, things are heating up, but it is not a flame war quite yet. User C can still come back and defuse the situation! But, instead, they choose to fan the flames even further:
Figure 7: Personal attacks turn into a pissing contest
And just in case you are still wondering whether we’re in full-scale flame-war territory, this comment comes along from a new participant:
Figure 8: The thread is now officially a shit show
… along with 7 other comments in a different branch of the same comment tree, which are largely personal and accusatory in nature, and no longer have anything to do with the original topic of the thread! So, yeah, 🔥🔥🔥!
Identifying the Guilty Party As a moderator observing this shit show being extruded into the sub in front of your very eyes, you know you need to respond. You know you need to take action and it’s important for you to take the right action against the right person - right? Right!
But to do that, you must identify the guilty party - right? Eh… ahem… right… but it’s far easier than you think.
Consider the following things we already covered:
When you boil it down to these two very basic things, a simple truth becomes readily obvious:
Let’s Review In the thread we covered above, let’s see if we can identify the principal actors and their roles:
Who’s guilty? Well… since they were all willing participants involved in escalating the flame war, they are all guilty. It’s that simple. It is true that someone actually started this flame war, but it doesn’t really matter - does it?
Getting Involved I know it took me a while to get to this section, which you may consider to be the meat and potatoes of the whole thing (or the tofu and kale of the whole thing if you’re into these sorts of things), but now that we have a better understanding of the mechanics of the flame war and the roles that matter, the process of dealing with it should not be particularly difficult.
Step 1: Understand Your Own Role As a moderator, your primary role in dealing with a flame war is to stop it. That’s it. The following thoughts will undoubtedly cross your mind:
These thoughts are not helpful. Ignore them! They will be dealt with later in this guide.
The only thoughts that should be guiding your response are:
  1. “How do I stop this nonsense in the quickest way possible?” ...and only after that is done…
  2. “What consequences are appropriate and who should be the lucky recipients of them?”
Step 2: Stop the Nonsense Your actions will probably be different depending on how long the flame war has been burning by the time you get involved, and how much time you want to spend on putting it out. The priorities guiding your actions should be, in this order:
  1. Stop the flame war. This is what you’re focused on.
  2. Avoid collateral damage. This is important, but it takes a back seat to stopping the flame war.
We’ll keep it simple:
Step 3: Dole Out Consequences So, here you are, proudly standing over the smoldering ashes of what was once a productive thread, taking satisfaction in a job well done. It is now time to dole out the consequences to the guilty parties, which are, as you recall, the instigators (if you can identify them) and all the participants (especially the ones involved in escalating the situation).
In order to make sure moderator actions are taken seriously, and naturally weed out the unsavory elements of our communities, I think it is important to implement an escalating set of consequences. The nice thing about this approach is that it eliminates a lot of the difficult thinking that’s often involved in deciding what to do with repeat offenders. With each repeated violation, you simply put your feelings aside and move on to the next level on the list.
Here are the actions we currently use in the community I moderate, ordered from least to most severe. You can use this as a starting point and modify as necessary to fit the culture of your sub and your level of patience.
  1. Send warning - this is the consequence of the first violation. We send a message to the user notifying them that we are unhappy with their conduct and are paying attention. For particularly egregious violations (e.g. user being particularly nasty), it may be necessary to skip this step.
  2. Ban for 24 hours - we think of this action as graduating from a verbal warning to a slap on the wrist. It is not super painful, but it gives the offender a bit of a cooldown period while sending a message that we have a tool we’re not afraid to use.
  3. Ban for 7 days - we’re getting into more painful territory now. This action should be interpreted by the recipient as a strong message that their behavior will not be tolerated. Sadly, on my community, history teaches us that this is usually a user’s “event horizon”, i.e., almost every user that gets banned for 7 days will eventually end up sucked into the black hole of a permanent ban.
  4. Ban for 30 days - to be honest, I find this step to be almost useless (because at this point the user is past their event horizon). The only reason we have it on our sub is because we needed a consequence that we could give to users we really liked and wanted to see reformed. We think of it as a Really Last and Final Chance.
  5. Ban permanently - what it says on the tin. We gave the user multiple chances and they blew them all. We hope they have fun storming other castles. If a user gets to this stage, you should feel exactly ZERO remorse for them.
Unless you are using some kind of bot to track “strikes”, and assuming Reddit has not yet added this kind of capability to their app (they might, fingers crossed), the most reliable way to determine which phase a user is at is to search Modmail for previous warnings and bans. Here’s how to do this:
Stuff You Shouldn’t Do I promise that this is the last section of this guide. We covered a lot of things you should be doing when dealing with flame wars, but I thought it was also important to mention a few things you should avoid doing. Here we go:
  1. Do not take sides. It doesn’t matter who started the flame war. It doesn’t matter who’s factually correct. It doesn’t matter who you like (or don’t like). All participants who are fanning the flames are guilty and all of them need to be dealt with.
  2. Do not participate in the flame war. You may be tempted to jump into a flame war to try to mediate and resolve the conflict (it happens to me all the time), but I suggest you resist the temptation and stay away from the fray. In most cases, by the time you decide to take action, bad comments have already been posted and you (or one of your fellow mods) will need to jump in and clean up. Why complicate matters and create some kind of impression that you are taking sides?
  3. Do not put up with harassment. When you warn or ban a user, it is quite likely that you will get a response. If the user acknowledges the issue, admits guilt, and seeks reconciliation, that’s great. The action worked and there’s a chance for reform. You may even want to unban them as a gesture of goodwill. However, if the user continues to modmail with the same bad reasons why they should be unbanned (my favorite is “how come you banned me and not them?”), you should mute them. Muting a user on Modmail prevents them from sending modmail for 3, 7, or 28 days. By the time the mute expires, they’ve probably moved on to harassing someone else. If they resume the barrage, mute them again, and report them to Reddit.
OK… I think we’ve beaten this dead horse to death. Hopefully, you’ve found this guide useful.
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2022.01.22 11:32 MarineKingPrime_ Ernest Hemingway & Fidel Castro (1960)

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2022.01.22 11:32 Overall-Cranberry-83 Places to get free magazines and newspapers? I want to make some collages and what not but don’t know where to get any…

Would any of the libraries have like a bin of them?
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2022.01.22 11:32 Brilliant_Pear_4842 When I left my mom alone with Alfred 😂

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2022.01.22 11:32 Conxesi0n First try at animation pixelart by me.

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2022.01.22 11:32 ialwayswearflipflops Can you be a joint applicant on a HELOC without having any ownership in the property?

I used to be a Financial Advisor ~10 year ago at TD. Back then we were able to add applicants to HELOCs without them having any ownership in the property. For mortgages however, only the owners were able to be applicants.
I spoke to a mortgage advisor recently that didn't believe this was possible. Anyone have any litterature I can point them to/has this changed?
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2022.01.22 11:32 psynaturea how to change background color of urlbar?

So i'd like to have slightly colored address bar, but nothing i've tried so far worked (other suggestions from various posts here).

#urlbar:not([focused]) > #urlbar-background{ background: #f3f3f1 !important; opacity: 0.9 !important } 
:root { --toolbar-field-background-color: #f3f3f1 !important; --toolbar-field-focus-background-color: #f3f3f1 !important; } 
does the job. can someone help please? this is 96.0.
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2022.01.22 11:32 dbthirty4 About day 45 Night Owl, Dark Owl, and Mephisto

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2022.01.22 11:32 Jealous-Bus5100 Metaverse REIT (MREIT)

Hey guys I’m invested in the first metaverse REIT. Buying land myself is too rich for my blood at this point. MREIT does all of that and I invest in the company. Massive upside. Real world REITs are multi billion dollar companies. We’re currently at $22M. Give it a look!
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2022.01.22 11:32 jhon_weak_come අම්මෝ

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2022.01.22 11:32 AlarmBeautiful3469 meirl

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2022.01.22 11:32 kuiperfly First travel assignment in Kalamazoo, MI

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2022.01.22 11:32 16note [WIP] HAED Athena update! 14 pages done, just over 92k stitches so far! Really happy how it’s all coming together, even if I still have so much more to go!

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2022.01.22 11:32 JManrit surely there’s something wrong, since the start of the game and packing di natale and mid matheus i haven’t packed a single player that’s worth more then 100k my accounts messed up, not one usable red or even a usable promo card, nothing

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2022.01.22 11:32 takhfifekhob شلوار اسلش مردانه Adidas مدل 24989

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2022.01.22 11:32 Aruezin Froot Loop frosting overload

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2022.01.22 11:32 Miserable_Muffin_149 Is it unreasonable to think comms through mics should be more commonly used in-game?

I’ve been playing ranked halo infinite and find that using my mic to communicate to my team drastically improves our game. Was wondering if this could transfer over to rocket league, but i almost never hear anyone talking
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