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Please share this, as encryption is very important and we need people to understand the importance of not messing with it.
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Happy Almost Valentine's Day.

Even if you don't have someone special yourself, you can still appreciate the love of others. Please wish them well.
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I can't load tags on Dabooru, also Sankaku and Safebooru don't load at all.
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+Chuan Z Oh ok, weird....
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The Secret of the Extra Shoe lace holes
Watch this video and become enlightened
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Please, for the love of humanity, share this video with as many people as possible. We need people to understand how important this issue is.
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You know something big is going down when.....

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How do I disable the safe filter on Yande.re? I've looked everywhere but can't find an "R-18 mode" option like there was in the old version of the app.
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+Nick Okita Ah, thanks. Strangely I never recognized it, but now that I know it seems so obvious.
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Ranger Panties
The running shorts with a cult following
People love Soffe Men’s Running Shorts, a.k.a. Ranger Panties. That is evidenced in their 1,250 Amazon reviews, the vast majority of which are five stars. People even like to include images of themselves wearing the comically tiny shorts, bragging about how close to exposed your penis is while flopping around on a jog.
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Some pictures of the new Google Cardboard design. Notice the replacement of the Magnetic slider, with a new push flap that presses on the screen. This is the new "Universal" button design to enable use of Cardboard with other devices like iPhones. Also take note of the now circular cutouts instead of the previous rectangular ones. This is an odd decision as it will restrict the visible portion of the screen.
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Good thing it's made of cardboard. You can just get an exacto knife and trim away the excess cardboard.

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Whenever I see things like this the first thing that comes to mind is, "That's some shoddy structural design."
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Wait, I was supposed to laugh?
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Public - a month ago
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As you'd expect from a Theater that's been here for years, it hasn't changed much, and that isn't much of a good thing. The facilities have seen almost no upgrades over the years. The only real change they've made that you've probably not noticed is that they converted all of their projectors to digital, probably so they could hire less people. The seats are the same old ones that have seen better years, and the snacks are pretty much your standard fair of bland food. They had the idea for a cafe at some point, but they also abandoned that, and it now sits there gathering dust in the corner surrounded by promotional signs, hoping you don't notice it. They didn't even bother to remove any of the appliances or equipment, just letting it sit there and rot. They put very little effort into screening customers, and kids could probably work their way into an R-rated film by themselves without much effort. Overall, it's a pretty bland experience. With an average sound system and you won't be wowed by picture quality either. You can watch your movie, but not much else. Prices are standard as well.
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For the idiots that say this place sucks, please actually use your heads. The convention center is a repurposed warehouse. Sure it's not hotel quality with fancy amenities, but it's not supposed to be. It's designed to be a cheap and affordable place for the not so big time conventions to setup shop. You won't see any really high class shows here but that's fine. The facilities are decent for the venue and there's free parking. As for the location, you can't all for a better spot in Urban Philly. It's literally right next to 422 and only 2 minutes from the off ramp. The experience is different depending on the current convention because it's up to the individual convention organizers to decide what extra amenities to pay for and how they setup and decorate. Overall I've had good experiences there but there has been the occasional badly done convention, but again, that's not the convention center's fault as they just rent out the facilities. So if you're looking for a decent place to setup a convention this place it's perfect for you. If you're seeing a convention here, be aware that the convention organizers are the ones that provide the experience not the convention center. And if you're looking for high class facilities and big time conventions don't come here as you're not the target audience anyway. EDIT: One criticism you could fairly make is that the WiFi is absurdly expensive. It's cheaper to use your Cell data, faster too, which is stupid. Not at all worth it for an attendee, and exhibitors would also probably be better off with a hotspot. It's one thing for WiFi to be expensive on a plane that's in the sky, or a ship in the middle of the ocean, but a warehouse in the suburbs has no excuse. Especially when neighbouring businesses even provide free WiFi.
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As you'd expect with a high-end grocery, Wegmans has a large variety of goods and quality products, with prices that might inflict medical conditions if you aren't prepared for them. They do have niche products from a variety of places, but at the same time strange omissions that you would often find at other stores. The layout is also confusing, forcing you to either wander around looking, or to ask an employee for a location. They could use some more clearly marked aisle signs and to rethink their organization. Other groceries, or even Wal-Mart, are more easily navigated than here. The cell reception is also spotty depending on your carrier, and there's no WiFi, making it hard to lookup recipes, call/text home to ask if we're out of something, or compare prices. An annoying inconvenience to say the least. Overall, it's not a place I'd want to shop at often, even if I had the income to completely ignore the large margins in their prices. I might visit occasionally for certain specialty products difficult to find, but even most of those can be found cheaper elsewhere. For general grocery shopping I'd recommend Aldi instead if there's one near you. They have a nice selection usually, at prices that significantly undercut most of the competition. A lot of it might be generic brands, but I've rarely ever been unsatisfied with the quality.
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