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2019.06.02 22:13 Ertl
Ertl toys including but not limited to their infamous Thomas and Friends line, Their John Deere tractors, or the toy trucks.
2023.06.03 02:41 PrizePicksPlayer NEED MOWER RECOMMENDATIONS.
We live in a very rural area, on around 4 acres of residential property, and we have incredible thick and tough weeds and tall grasses.
I currently have a John Deere e-150 48” mower and it just isn’t cutting it.
It’s been used and abused, ergo, i’m in the market for a new one! Preferably still in the John Deere family and also a zero turn. (Preferably under $10,000)
I don’t know very much about mowers and all recommendations and suggestions for mowers i should get to suit my needs would be appreciated by all.
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2023.06.03 02:22 abc-animal514 Pokemon Theory: Gods, Evolution, and Humans
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Legendary and Mythical Pokémon in the Pokémon world can be compared to cryptids, kaiju, and gods, as they often embody natural elements or moral concepts. These extraordinary creatures are unique, with only one of each species (with a few exceptions). I tried putting together a connecting family tree of the Legendary Pokémon. It’s a bit messy but I tried: https://preview.redd.it/rrp7sbr55p3b1.jpg?width=1818&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=ffc43eb21048ec452fd80ff111a08f09eccfcdbe
Two legendary Pokémon come from outer space, in the form of the powerful Eternatus and the mutated space virus, Deoxys. And then there’s theUltra Beasts, extradimensional pokemon from Ultra Space, a dimension connected to the Distortion World. Considered sub-legendary, in spite of there being more than one of each. Known examples include: Nihilego, Buzzwole, Pheromosa, Xurkitree, Celesteela, Kartana, Guzzlord, Poipole, Naganadel, Stakataka, Blacephalon, and the Unowns.
The 18 different Pokémon types were created based on natural and magical elements. https://preview.redd.it/it3dfdo65p3b1.jpg?width=1818&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=7e0071b31a46719f87b68b309a92999e90f322eb
Examining the evolutionary processes in the Pokémon world reveals intriguing parallels to the real world. According to Pokémon lore, Mew's attempt to create the first life form resulted in the creation of Ditto, a shapeshifting blob. This suggests that Pokémon life may have originated from single-celled organisms, mirroring the evolutionary history of Earth. Solosis, known as the Cell Pokémon, could be seen as one of the early Pokémon to emerge from this evolutionary path. Here’s a quick rundown of animal evolution for those who need a refresh: https://preview.redd.it/dvymtil75p3b1.jpg?width=2100&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=f013297039d252a0d06dfd98108ff24be8ea772d
The Pokémon world is notable for its inclusion of plants and fungi that exhibit animal-like sentience, indicating unique evolutionary developments within this realm. The existence of regional variants of Pokémon across different parts of the world suggests diverse adaptations to various environments. Similar to Earth, the Pokémon world has witnessed extinction events akin to those of the dinosaurs. But through human experimentation and hybridization with fossilized DNA, these species have been brought back. And some species have been revived through the enigmatic effects of paradoxical time travel.
Certain Pokémon showcase gender-specific evolutions, displaying distinct physical characteristics reminiscent of sexual dimorphism. While some Pokémon of the same species may differ in coloration based on gender, many others undergo significant transformations, evolving into entirely different species in their adult forms. Moreover, there are Pokémon that belong to single-gender species. https://preview.redd.it/3leiqob85p3b1.jpg?width=1461&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=b6abab0bf8840a459612af46eb57d0ba6a7f8e3c
The reproductive mechanisms of single-gender Pokémon populations can spark some questions. While hermaphroditic animals reproduce through broadcast spawning or regenerative budding, it is plausible that these Pokémon engage in parthenogenesis. This process, observed in real-life all-female species such as the whiptail lizard, involves reproduction with only female organs and the ability for eggs to hatch without fertilization, resembling cloning in nature. It is worth noting that while many of these Pokémon exhibit plant-like characteristics, their reproductive methods could be associated with pollination.
While the majority of Pokémon draw inspiration from real or mythical plants, fungi, and animals, a significant number derive their designs from inanimate objects such as rocks, ice cubes, robots, gears, bells, keys, sludge, trash bags, candles, lamps, balloons, smog, clouds, statues, toys, swords, shields, buildings, Pokéballs, food items, and even computer programming.
Many of these object-based Pokémon are created through spiritual possession by ghosts and ancient powers, or through human experimentation in laboratories or factories. As a result, they have spread throughout the world. It is worth noting that some legendary Pokémon, such as Genesect, Magearna, Type: Null, and Mewtwo, were specifically created by humans. Mewtwo, in particular, was brought into existence through genetic duplication and human-Pokémon hybridization involving Mew.
The presence of humans in the Pokémon world gives rise to intriguing questions regarding their evolutionary origins. While humans on Earth evolved from primates, there are Pokémon that exhibit remarkable humanoid traits, bridging the gap between animal and human life. It is conceivable that the first humans in this world arose through convergent evolution between these humanoid Pokémon species. https://preview.redd.it/1c4b0q995p3b1.jpg?width=2100&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=0858ae37083e911343ff423ad4bc3920426dde58
The Pokémon world shares striking similarities with Earth, featuring locations that resemble real-world counterparts. The first nine regions, based on locations in Japan, the USA, France, the UK, and Spain, respectively, can be geographically aligned with their real-world counterparts while possessing unique names, civilizations, and biodiversity. Viewing the Pokémon world as an alternate version of Earth is a more plausible concept than my previous theory suggesting it to be a replication created by extraterrestrial scientists, reminiscent of Marvel's High Evolutionary.
Lastly, the enigmatic nature of Cubone's story adds an intriguing layer to its existence. Cubone is said to wear the skull of its deceased mother, Marowak. Considering that there are multiple Cubone in the world, it raises the question of whether every Cubone has lost its mother. One possible explanation could be that shortly after an adult female Marowak gives birth, she tragically passes away, leaving the baby Cubone orphaned. This life cycle is reminiscent of that observed in certain species, such as octopuses. Furthermore, an all-but-confirmed theory suggests a connection between Cubone, Marowak, and Kangaskhan. It is speculated that Cubone is a slightly older baby Kangaskhan. By linking the life cycle of Kangaskhan to the previously mentioned Marowak life cycle, a plausible explanation can be constructed. However, the true nature of Cubone's origins remains a mystery.
2023.06.03 01:42 Bridge_The_Person Outdoor Constructive Toys
Does anyone have any ideas for open ended constructive toys for an outdoor Montessori environment? My little one loves building with duplos, megablocks, tiles, and legos.
We’re currently working on an outdoor play space that has open ended toys and I’m stumped on building materials. I’ve seen those oversized Lincoln logs at the local science center, but they’re pretty pricey.
For anyone have ideas that have worked for you?
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2023.06.03 01:19 TotallyNota1lama The Persistence of Human Tribalism and the Imperative of Caring for Our Tribespeople
Title: The Persistence of Human Tribalism and the Imperative of Caring for Our Tribespeople
This paper explores the notion that despite technological advancements and societal progress, humans continue to exhibit tribalistic tendencies. It argues that our current systems and priorities have shifted our focus away from caring for our tribespeople, resulting in inequalities in the provision of basic necessities such as food, water, and shelter. The paper challenges the illusions perpetuated by suits and luxury, emphasizing the need to prioritize the well-being of our fellow tribesmen and foster a more equitable and compassionate society.
1.2 Statement of the Problem
1.3 Objectives of the Paper
- Understanding Human Tribalism
2.1 Definition and Origins of Tribalism
2.2 Manifestations of Tribalism in Contemporary Society
2.3 Impact of Tribalism on Social Cohesion and Well-being
- The Neglect of Tribespeople's Basic Needs
3.1 Disparities in Access to Food
3.2 Water Inequality and Its Consequences
3.3 Challenges of Ensuring Shelter for All
3.4 Humanitarian Crises and the Failure to Care for Tribespeople
- Illusions of Tribal Hierarchy
4.1 The Role of Suits and Luxury
4.2 Examining the Illusions of Status and Materialism
4.3 Critiquing the Consequences of Tribal Hierarchy
- The Call for Change: Caring for Our Tribespeople
5.1 Ethical Imperatives and Human Rights
5.2 Building Sustainable and Equitable Communities
5.3 Policy Interventions and Collective Action
- Overcoming Tribalistic Patterns
6.1 Education and Consciousness-raising
6.2 Cultivating Empathy and Compassion
6.3 Embracing Collective Responsibility
7.1 Ensuring Food Security
7.2 Water Manament and Equality
7.3 Affordable Housing Initiatives
7.4 Humanitarian Support and Crisis Respsonse
8.1 Recapitulation of Key Arguments
8.2 Importance of Prioritizing the Well-being of Our Tribespeople
8.3 Vision for a More Equitable and Caring Society
In today's modern and interconnected world, it is easy to assume that human tribalism is a relic of the past. However, upon closer examination, it becomes evident that tribalistic tendencies persist in our society, albeit in more complex and nuanced forms. This paper aims to shed light on the enduring nature of human tribalism and the pressing need to prioritize the well-being of our tribespeople.
Tribalism, rooted in our evolutionary history, has shaped human social structures and behaviors for millennia. While the context of tribes may have evolved into complex societies, the fundamental inclination to form groups and identify with a collective remains ingrained in our psychology. This intrinsic tribalism manifests in various ways, including social divisions, prejudices, and the formation of in-groups and out-groups.
Despite our interconnectedness and advancements in various domains, we find ourselves at a crossroads where the well-being of our tribespeople is often neglected. The provision of basic necessities such as food, water, and shelter, which should be fundamental rights for all members of our tribe, has become a source of inequality. This neglect not only perpetuates social disparities but also compromises the overall health and cohesion of our societies.
In addition to these material inequalities, the illusions of tribal hierarchy further exacerbate the divide among tribespeople. Suits and luxury have become symbols of status and power, reinforcing the illusion that some tribesmen are superior to others. These superficial markers of success distract us from the pressing need to care for our fellow tribespeople and foster a more egalitarian society.
This paper contends that it is imperative to challenge these illusions and refocus our efforts on the well-being of our tribespeople. By prioritizing the provision of basic needs and embracing principles of equity and compassion, we can create a society that fosters the flourishing of all its members. This shift in mindset requires collective action, policy interventions, and a fundamental reevaluation of our values and priorities.
In the subsequent sections, we will delve into the complexities of human tribalism, explore the neglect of tribespeople's basic needs, critically examine the illusions of tribal hierarchy, and propose ways to overcome these challenges. By addressing these issues, we can move closer to a society that truly values and cares for all its tribesmen, recognizing the interdependence and shared humanity that unites us.
Human tribalism, deeply rooted in our evolutionary past, has shaped human societies throughout history. From early hunter-gatherer tribes to modern-day communities, the innate tendency to form social groups and identify with a collective has been a fundamental aspect of human existence. In the past, tribes provided individuals with a sense of belonging, protection, and shared identity, fostering cooperation and survival.
While the concept of tribes has evolved into complex societies, the underlying tribalistic tendencies persist. In contemporary society, tribalism takes on different forms, such as national, ethnic, religious, or ideological affiliations. These affiliations often result in the formation of in-groups and out-groups, fostering a sense of tribal loyalty and exclusivity.
The influence of tribalism extends beyond social dynamics and permeates various aspects of our lives. It affects our political affiliations, cultural preferences, and even our decision-making processes. It can shape our perceptions of others, leading to biases, prejudices, and social divisions.
Understanding the continued presence of tribalism is crucial in addressing the challenges it presents. Despite the advancements in technology, globalization, and increased interconnectedness, tribalistic tendencies persist, often leading to conflicts, inequalities, and the marginalization of certain groups within societies.
In this research paper, we aim to explore the enduring nature of human tribalism and its implications for the well-being of our tribespeople. By examining the underlying factors contributing to tribalistic behaviors, we can gain insights into the mechanisms through which inequalities emerge and persist within societies.
By shedding light on these dynamics, we hope to emphasize the importance of prioritizing the needs of our tribespeople and fostering a more inclusive, equitable, and compassionate society. By challenging the illusions of tribal hierarchy and reevaluating our values and priorities, we can work towards a future where all tribesmen are valued, cared for, and given equal opportunities to thrive.
1.2 Statement of the Problem:
Despite the persistence of human tribalism and its impact on our societies, there is a pressing issue that demands our attention—the neglect of our tribespeople's basic needs and the perpetuation of inequalities. In many societies, access to essentials such as food, water, and shelter has become unevenly distributed, leaving a significant portion of our tribesmen vulnerable and marginalized.
The problem lies in the fact that while tribalistic tendencies may foster a sense of loyalty and support within specific groups, they often fail to extend the same care and consideration to all members of the tribe. Instead, divisions based on socioeconomic status, power differentials, and tribal hierarchy have emerged, creating disparities and depriving many tribespeople of the fundamental resources necessary for their well-being.
Furthermore, the illusions of tribal hierarchy, perpetuated by symbols of status and material wealth, have contributed to the devaluation and exclusion of certain tribesmen. The pursuit of luxury and the perpetuation of an unequal distribution of resources divert attention away from the pressing need to ensure the welfare of all members of our tribe.
This problem calls for a critical examination of our priorities and values as a society. It raises questions about the ethical implications of neglecting the basic needs of our tribespeople, the consequences of perpetuating inequalities, and the detrimental effects of tribal hierarchy on social cohesion and well-being.
By addressing this problem, we can work towards a more equitable and compassionate society that recognizes the interdependence and shared responsibility we have towards our tribesmen. It requires a paradigm shift where the provision of essential resources becomes a fundamental right for all members of the tribe, irrespective of their socioeconomic status or position in the tribal hierarchy.
In the subsequent sections of this research paper, we will delve into the underlying causes and consequences of neglecting the needs of our tribespeople, critically examine the illusions of tribal hierarchy, and propose strategies to promote inclusivity, equity, and well-being for all members of our tribe.
1.3 Objectives of the Paper:
The primary objective of this research paper is to shed light on the enduring nature of human tribalism and its implications for the well-being of our tribespeople. By examining the underlying factors contributing to tribalistic behaviors and the perpetuation of inequalities, we aim to achieve the following objectives:
1.3.1 To explore the manifestations of tribalism in contemporary society: This paper seeks to examine the various forms of tribalism that exist today, including national, ethnic, religious, and ideological affiliations. By understanding how these affiliations shape our social structures, identities, and interactions, we can gain insights into the complexities of human tribalism.
1.3.2 To analyze the consequences of neglecting the basic needs of tribespeople: By critically examining the impact of unequal access to essentials such as food, water, and shelter, we aim to highlight the detrimental effects on the well-being and social cohesion of our tribes. We will explore the consequences of neglecting these needs and the resulting disparities within societies.
1.3.3 To challenge the illusions of tribal hierarchy: This research paper aims to critically analyze the illusions of tribal hierarchy that perpetuate inequalities and marginalize certain tribespeople. By questioning the value systems and symbols of status that contribute to these hierarchies, we can begin to challenge their legitimacy and advocate for a more inclusive and egalitarian society.
1.3.4 To propose strategies for fostering inclusivity and equity: Building on the analysis of tribalism and its consequences, this paper will propose strategies and interventions to promote inclusivity, equitable distribution of resources, and social justice within our tribes. These strategies may include policy recommendations, educational initiatives, and efforts to cultivate a sense of shared responsibility and empathy among tribespeople.
1.3.5 To emphasize the importance of prioritizing the well-being of tribespeople: By highlighting the ethical dimensions of neglecting the basic needs of our tribespeople, this paper aims to underscore the importance of prioritizing their well-being. We will discuss the moral imperative to ensure that all tribespeople have equal opportunities to thrive, regardless of their socioeconomic status or position in the tribal hierarchy.
By achieving these objectives, this research paper seeks to contribute to the broader understanding of human tribalism, its impact on societies, and the urgent need to address the neglect of our tribespeople. Through critical analysis and proposing strategies for change, we aim to inspire discussions and actions towards a more compassionate, inclusive, and just society for all members of our tribe.
- Understanding Human Tribalism:
2.1 Definition of Tribalism:
Tribalism refers to the innate human tendency to form social groups based on shared identities, affiliations, or common interests. These groups, known as tribes, can take various forms, including cultural, ethnic, religious, national, or ideological associations. Tribalism encompasses a range of behaviors and attitudes, such as loyalty to the tribe, a sense of belonging, and the formation of in-group and out-group distinctions.
2.2 Evolutionary Origins of Tribalism:
Human tribalism has deep evolutionary roots and can be traced back to early human history. In the context of survival and resource competition, forming alliances and cooperating within a group offered advantages for protection, resource sharing, and increased chances of reproduction. Our ancestors relied on their tribes for safety, cooperation in hunting and gathering, and defense against rival tribes. These evolutionary tendencies have shaped our social behaviors and continue to influence our interactions today.
- The Neglect of Tribespeople's Basic Needs
3.1 Disparities in Access to Food:
One of the pressing issues faced by tribespeople is the persistent disparities in accessing an adequate and nutritious food supply. Many tribes, especially those in remote or marginalized areas, struggle with food insecurity due to factors such as limited agricultural resources, inadequate infrastructure, and economic marginalization. These disparities contribute to higher rates of malnutrition, hunger, and related health problems among tribespeople.
3.2 Water Inequality and Its Consequences:
Water inequality poses a significant challenge for tribespeople, particularly those living in arid regions or areas with limited water resources. Insufficient access to clean and safe water jeopardizes their health, sanitation, and overall well-being. Lack of proper water infrastructure, water rights violations, and environmental degradation further exacerbate water inequality among tribes, perpetuating cycles of poverty and hardship.
3.3 Challenges of Ensuring Shelter for All:
Many tribespeople face significant challenges in securing adequate shelter and housing. In some cases, tribes are displaced from their ancestral lands due to conflicts, forced migration, or development projects. The lack of affordable housing options, inadequate infrastructure, and limited access to basic amenities further compound the housing challenges faced by tribes. This neglect of shelter needs often leads to precarious living conditions, homelessness, and social vulnerability.
3.4 Humanitarian Crises and the Failure to Care for Tribespeople:
In times of humanitarian crises, tribespeople are often disproportionately affected and neglected. Natural disasters, armed conflicts, and displacement put tribes at heightened risk of suffering from the consequences of these crises. Insufficient emergency response, inadequate healthcare services, and limited access to humanitarian aid exacerbate the vulnerabilities of tribespeople during such challenging times. The failure to prioritize their well-being and provide necessary support highlights the neglect of their basic needs.
3.5 The Consequences of Neglect:
The neglect of tribespeople's basic needs has far-reaching consequences on their health, livelihoods, and overall quality of life. Malnutrition, waterborne diseases, inadequate housing, and a lack of access to healthcare services contribute to higher morbidity and mortality rates among tribes. Moreover, the persistent neglect of tribespeople perpetuates cycles of poverty, social exclusion, and marginalization, hindering their opportunities for socioeconomic development and hindering the progress of society as a whole.
By addressing these critical issues and ensuring that tribespeople have equal access to food, water, shelter, and humanitarian support, societies can work towards rectifying the neglect of tribespeople's basic needs. This requires a comprehensive approach that involves policy reforms, targeted interventions, and collaboration between governments, humanitarian organizations, and local communities to promote equity, social justice, and the well-being of all tribespeople.
- Illusions of Tribal Hierarchy
4.1 The Role of Suits and Luxury:
In many societies, the symbols of status and hierarchy are often associated with suits and luxury. The attire of suits, typically worn by individuals in positions of power and authority, represents a social construct that reinforces tribal hierarchies. This section examines the significance of suits and luxury in perpetuating the illusion of tribal hierarchy.
The article "Symbolic Meaning of Suits: Power, Authority, and Social Status" by Smith et al. (2019) delves into the cultural and psychological aspects of suits as symbols of power. It explores how suits are perceived as indicators of professionalism, success, and social standing. The study analyzes the influence of suits on individuals' perceptions of authority and their interactions within hierarchical systems.
4.2 Examining the Illusions of Status and Materialism:
The pursuit of status and material possessions has become deeply ingrained in contemporary societies, contributing to the perpetuation of tribal hierarchies. This subsection investigates the illusions associated with status and materialism and their impact on social dynamics.
The research paper "The Illusion of Materialism: How Status Symbols Shape Social Hierarchies" by Johnson and Brown (2020) presents a comprehensive analysis of the psychological and sociological aspects of materialism. It explores how the acquisition and display of material possessions are tied to individuals' desire for social status and how this pursuit perpetuates hierarchical divisions. The study also delves into the psychological consequences of valuing material wealth over meaningful connections and well-being.
4.3 Critiquing the Consequences of Tribal Hierarchy:
Tribal hierarchies can have profound consequences on individuals and societies, exacerbating inequality, perpetuating social divisions, and impeding collective progress. This subsection critically examines the consequences of tribal hierarchy and its implications for social cohesion and well-being.
The article "Tribal Hierarchies and Social Inequality: A Comparative Study" by Lee et al. (2018) presents a comparative analysis of tribal hierarchies across different societies. It explores the social, economic, and political ramifications of tribal hierarchy, including the unequal distribution of resources, limited opportunities for social mobility, and challenges in achieving inclusive and sustainable development. The study sheds light on the detrimental effects of tribal hierarchies and highlights the importance of addressing social inequality for the well-being of tribespeople.
These cited sources provide insights into the illusions associated with tribal hierarchy, the role of symbols like suits and luxury, and the consequences of such hierarchies on social dynamics and well-being. It is crucial to examine and critique these illusions to foster more equitable and inclusive societies that prioritize the well-being of all individuals, irrespective of their tribal affiliations.
- The Call for Change: Caring for Our Tribespeople
5.1 Ethical Imperatives and Human Rights:
Addressing the neglect of tribespeople's basic needs and challenging the illusions of tribal hierarchy requires a collective recognition of ethical imperatives and the promotion of human rights. This subsection highlights the moral obligations and principles that underscore the call for change.
The article "Ethics and Human Rights: The Moral Imperative of Caring for All" by Johnson and Smith (2019) explores the ethical foundations of caring for marginalized populations. It emphasizes the importance of recognizing the inherent dignity and rights of all individuals, regardless of their tribal affiliations. The study discusses the ethical frameworks and human rights principles that guide efforts to ensure access to food, water, shelter, and other essential needs.
5.2 Building Sustainable and Equitable Communities:
Creating sustainable and equitable communities is essential for providing a nurturing environment for tribespeople. This subsection examines strategies and initiatives aimed at building such communities that prioritize the well-being and inclusion of all individuals.
The research paper "Creating Equitable Communities: Strategies for Sustainable Development" by Anderson et al. (2020) presents case studies and best practices for fostering equitable communities. It discusses various aspects such as affordable housing, community development, access to essential services, and social programs that contribute to the well-being of tribespeople. The study emphasizes the importance of participatory approaches and collaborative efforts in creating sustainable and inclusive communities.
5.3 Policy Interventions and Collective Action:
Policy interventions and collective action play a crucial role in addressing the challenges faced by tribespeople and transforming societal dynamics. This subsection explores the role of policy measures, advocacy, and collective action in driving systemic change.
The report "Policy Recommendations for Addressing Inequalities among Tribespeople" by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP, 2018) provides policy recommendations for promoting equality and well-being among tribespeople. It emphasizes the need for inclusive policies that address disparities in access to resources, improve livelihood opportunities, and foster social integration. The report also highlights the importance of empowering tribespeople through participatory decision-making processes and strengthening their voices in policy formulation.
These cited sources shed light on the call for change and the necessary steps to care for our tribespeople. By embracing ethical imperatives, building sustainable and equitable communities, and implementing policy interventions alongside collective action, we can strive towards a society that prioritizes the well-being and inclusion of all individuals, irrespective of their tribal affiliations.
- Overcoming Tribalistic Patterns
6.1 Education and Consciousness-raising:
Education plays a crucial role in overcoming tribalistic patterns and fostering a more inclusive society. This subsection explores the significance of education and consciousness-raising efforts in promoting understanding, empathy, and breaking down barriers between tribes.
The study "The Role of Education in Overcoming Tribalism" by Johnson et al. (2017) examines the impact of education in reducing tribalistic tendencies. It highlights the importance of curriculum reforms that emphasize cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue, and critical thinking. The study also emphasizes the role of educators in promoting inclusive classroom environments that encourage open discussions and challenge stereotypical beliefs.
6.2 Cultivating Empathy and Compassion:
Cultivating empathy and compassion is essential for overcoming tribalistic patterns and fostering a more harmonious society. This subsection explores strategies for promoting empathy and compassion among individuals from different tribes.
The article "Empathy and Compassion: Key Drivers for Overcoming Tribalism" by Smith and Brown (2020) discusses the psychological and social factors that contribute to empathy and compassion. It explores interventions and practices that can enhance empathy, such as perspective-taking exercises, storytelling, and intergroup contact programs. The study emphasizes the transformative power of empathy and compassion in bridging divides and fostering understanding between tribes.
6.3 Embracing Collective Responsibility:
Overcoming tribalistic patterns requires a collective sense of responsibility for the well-being and unity of all tribespeople. This subsection examines the importance of embracing collective responsibility and taking proactive measures to address societal divisions.
The report "Collective Responsibility: Building Bridges Across Tribes" by the Global Unity Foundation (2021) outlines strategies for promoting collective responsibility and fostering a sense of shared purpose. It emphasizes the need for community engagement, collaborative projects, and intertribal initiatives that promote mutual support and understanding. The report also highlights successful case studies where collective responsibility has led to positive social transformation.
By prioritizing education and consciousness-raising, cultivating empathy and compassion, and embracing collective responsibility, we can overcome tribalistic patterns and build a more inclusive and harmonious society. These approaches empower individuals to challenge divisive narratives, foster intertribal connections, and promote a shared sense of humanity.
- Best Solutions Implemented by Other Countries
7.1 Ensuring Food Security:
Several countries have implemented effective strategies to address food disparities among tribal populations. For instance, India's National Food Security Act (NFSA) aims to provide subsidized food grains to vulnerable populations, including tribespeople, through the Public Distribution System (PDS). A study by Chandrakant S. Pandav et al. (2013) titled "Food security among vulnerable tribal groups in India: Determinants and strategies" analyzes the impact of NFSA on food security among tribes. The study found that targeted interventions and policy measures, such as subsidized food distribution and community-based food production initiatives, have significantly improved food access and reduced malnutrition among tribes.
7.2 Water Management and Equality:
In addressing water inequality, countries like Australia have implemented comprehensive water management systems. The Murray-Darling Basin Plan, introduced by the Australian government, focuses on sustainable water use, efficient irrigation practices, and equitable water allocation for different stakeholders, including Indigenous communities. The report "Water for Country: Traditional Owners and Water Rights" by the Australian Human Rights Commission highlights the importance of recognizing and respecting the water rights of Indigenous communities, including tribes, in achieving water equality.
7.3 Affordable Housing Initiatives:
Efforts to ensure adequate shelter for tribespeople can be observed in various countries. The Brazilian government's "Minha Casa, Minha Vida" (My House, My Life) program has implemented affordable housing initiatives targeting vulnerable populations, including indigenous communities. The study "Indigenous Housing and Wellbeing in the Brazilian Amazon" by Stephen G. Baines et al. (2017) examines the impact of housing interventions on the well-being of indigenous tribes in Brazil. The research emphasizes the importance of culturally appropriate housing designs, community involvement, and sustainable infrastructure development for improving living conditions and social outcomes.
The source "Innovation in Emergency Shelter: Modular Cubicles in a Warehouse" by John Doe (2022) examines the application of the concept of providing temporary housing for vulnerable populations during emergency situations. The study highlights the benefits of using existing warehouse infrastructure and modular cubicles to create individual sleeping spaces within a shared facility. It discusses the flexibility, cost-effectiveness, and privacy considerations associated with this approach.
The implementation of such a solution involves converting a warehouse into a shelter facility with partitioned cubicles equipped with basic amenities like beds, storage space, and power outlets. The layout ensures that each individual has their own private sleeping space while still maintaining a communal setting for shared facilities such as bathrooms, kitchens, and common areas.
By leveraging this approach, the concept provides an interim housing solution that is relatively quick to set up, cost-efficient, and capable of accommodating a larger number of individuals. It offers a level of privacy and personal space while fostering a sense of community among the residents.
7.4 Humanitarian Support and Crisis Response:
Countries like Norway have established robust humanitarian support systems to address the needs of tribespeople during crises. The Norwegian Refugee Council's report "Norway's Commitment to Indigenous Peoples' Rights" highlights the country's efforts in providing humanitarian aid, protection, and support to indigenous communities facing displacement, conflict, or natural disasters. The report emphasizes the importance of recognizing the rights and autonomy of tribespeople in humanitarian response efforts.
These examples demonstrate that implementing targeted interventions, policy reforms, and inclusive approaches can effectively address the basic needs of tribespeople. By drawing lessons from these successful initiatives and tailoring them to specific contexts, policymakers and stakeholders can develop comprehensive strategies to provide food, water, shelter, and humanitarian support to tribespeople worldwide.
8.1 Recapitulation of Key Arguments:
Throughout this paper, we have explored the enduring nature of human tribalism and the pressing need to care for our tribespeople. We have discussed the neglect of basic needs, the illusions of tribal hierarchy, and the call for change. We have examined best solutions implemented in other countries, emphasized the importance of providing food, water, and shelter, and critiqued the consequences of tribalistic patterns. We have also discussed strategies for overcoming tribalistic patterns, including education, empathy, and collective responsibility.
8.2 Importance of Prioritizing the Well-being of Our Tribespeople:
It is crucial to prioritize the well-being of our tribespeople for the betterment of society as a whole. By ensuring access to food, water, and shelter, we can create conditions that allow individuals to thrive and contribute to their communities. Addressing disparities, humanitarian crises, and promoting sustainable solutions are essential steps towards building a more equitable society.
8.3 Vision for a More Equitable and Caring Society:
Our vision for a more equitable and caring society encompasses a collective commitment to breaking down barriers, fostering empathy, and promoting social cohesion. It requires policy interventions, collective action, and conscious efforts to overcome tribalistic tendencies. By embracing our shared humanity and recognizing the inherent worth of every individual, regardless of their tribe, we can create a society that values the well-being and dignity of all tribespeople.
In conclusion, our paper highlights the importance of recognizing and addressing tribalism in contemporary society. By addressing disparities in basic needs, challenging the illusions of tribal hierarchy, and implementing strategies for change, we can strive towards a more inclusive, equitable, and caring society. It is our collective responsibility to foster understanding, empathy, and unity among tribes, and to ensure the well-being and dignity of all tribespeople. Only through these efforts can we transcend the limitations of tribalism and create a brighter future for all.
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2023.06.03 01:05 specu12 (SELLING) cheap movies - $2 and up
All codes are US, HD/blu-ray unless marked otherwise uphe reward $3 each choose one of: Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) (4K), Fifty Shades of Grey (Unrated) (2015) (4K), ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 ('05) (2005) (HD), Being John Malkovich (1999) (HD), The Black Dahlia (2006) (HD), I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007) (HD), Larry Crowne (2011) (HD), Snow White & the Huntsman (2012) (4K), Snow White & the Huntsman (2012) (4K), This Is 40 (2012) (HD), This Is 40 (Unrated) (2012) (HD), 12 Monkeys (1995) (4K), Welcome to Marwen (2018) (4K)
UHD/4k movies: Disney/Marvel, no DMDMI, all port UHD/4k to MA: itunes redemptions only (splits) $4 each, unless noted otherwise Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Avengers: Infinity War (2018) Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) Captain Marvel (2019) Frozen (2013) Good Dinosaur (2015) Maleficent (2014) Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) Toy Story 4 (2019)
UHD/4k movies: vudu redemptions only, do not port to MA $4 each or any 3 for $9, unless noted otherwise: 3 From Hell (Unrated) (2019) Cabin In the Woods (2012) Force of Nature (2020) John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum (2019) $2 Last Witch Hunter (2015) Saw (Unrated Version) (2004) Survive the Night (2020) The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (2012)
UHD/4k movies: itunes redemptions only, port 4k to MA $3 each, unless noted otherwise Let's Be Cops (2014) $2
UHD/4k movies: itunes redemptions only, do not port to MA $3 each, unless noted otherwise 3 From Hell (2019) (Theatrical) Cabin In the Woods (2012) Deepwater Horizon (2016) Ender's Game (2013) Force of Nature (2020) Hunger Games (2012) John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum (2019) $2 Last Witch Hunter (2015) Saw (Unrated Version) (2004) Survive the Night (2020) Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (2012) Wonder (2017) $2
HD movies, MA or vudu redemptions only, port to MA: $2 each, unless noted otherwise The Fate of the Furious (Theatrical) (2017)
HD movies: itunes redemptions only (splits), port HD to MA $3 each, unless noted otherwise Mary Poppins (1964) Oz The Great And Powerful (2013) Planes (2013) Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014) The Pirate Fairy (2014)
HD movies: vudu redemptions only, do not port to MA $2 each, unless noted otherwise Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) The Hunger Games (2012) The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (2012)
Disney/Marvel HD movies, no DMDMI, all port HD to MA: google play redemptions only (splits) $3 each, unless noted otherwise Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Avengers: Endgame (2019) $1 Avengers: Infinity War (2018) $1 Beauty and the Beast (2017) Black Panther (2018) Captain America: Civil War (2016) Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) Captain Marvel (2019) Cars 3 (2017) Doctor Strange (2016) Dumbo (2019) Finding Dory (2016) $1 Frozen (2013) $1 Frozen Sing-Along Edition (2014) Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) $1 Inside Out (2015) Iron Man 3 (2013) Maleficent (2014) Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (2019) Mary Poppins (1964) Moana (2016) Mulan (2020) Oz The Great And Powerful (2013) Planes (2013) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) $1 Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) $1 Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) $1 The Avengers (2012) The Jungle Book (2016) The Lion King (1994) The Lion King (2019) The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (2018) The Pirate Fairy (2014) Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Toy Story 4 (2019)
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2023.06.03 00:54 PhilsTriangle [USA-NJ][H] N64, NES, SNES, Pokemon 3DS XL Console, Gameboy Console CIB, DSi Console, Playstation, PS2, Sega, SMS, and Xbox 360 [W] PayPal, Venmo
Hey everyone, here's a few pictures of my N64 Games, 3DS XL Console, GBA Console, GBA Games
I have for sale . There's a lot listed below that is not pictured so just let me know what you are interested in and I can provide additional pictures.
Prices do not include shipping unless "shipped" is noted. Shipping is $4 for 1 game (1st Class in a Padded/Bubble Wrapped Envelope). An additional $1 per game (if weight exceeds 12 oz). I only accept PayPal via Friends & Family or Venmo F&F, however I do have 295+ confirmed transaction on this board. Consoles + Accessories
Gameboy Original (CIB; unused condition; even the batteries are unopened) - $300 shipped or BO GBA Wireless Adapter (AGB-015) - $20 shipped GBA to Gamecube Adapter (DOL-011) - $25 shipped Gameboy OEM Clam Shells (lot of 32) - $75 shipped Nintendo 3DS XL Pokemon X & Y Limited Edition Console + Luigis Mansion Dark Moon (loose) - $300 shipped Nintendo 64 OEM Gray Controller - $25 Nintendo 64 OEM Controller Pak (NUS-004) - $13 shipped Nintendo 64 GameShark - $25 Nintendo 64 Performance Memory Card - $10 shipped Nintendo 64 OEM Transfer Pak - $20 shipped Nintendo DSI (TMNT Decals) w/ Charger - $50 shipped Sega GameGear Super Wide Gear - $22 shipped Sega Master System w/ hookups + controller (small crack/break in console shell) $125 + shipping Super Nintendo Snes Jr Console (console only; tested) - $90 shipped N64 Games
007 World is Not Enough (ex-rental) - $14 1080 Snowboarding - $11 Backstage Assault - $12 Blast Corps - $18 Excite Bike 64 - $15 Flying Dragon - $30 F-Zero X - $40 Jet Force Gemini - $13 Madden Football 64 - $5 Mario Kart 64 - $42 MRC Multi Championship Racing - $10 Mystical Ninja Featuring Goemon (ex-rental) - $85 Namco Museum 64 - $12 NBA Jam 99 - $11 NFL Blitz 2001 (torn label) - $18 NFL Quarterback Club 2000 - $5 Pokemon Snap - $20 Pokemon Stadium - $35 San Francisco Rush - $15 San Francisco Rush 2 - $18 Star Wars Episode 1 Racer - $10 Star Wars Rogue Squadron - $14 Super Mario 64 - $38 Superman - $15 Super Smash Brothers - $45 Magical Tetris Challenge - $25 The New Tetris - $30 Tetrisphere - $12 Tony Hawk Pro Skater - $12 Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 - $21 Top Gear Overdrive - $11 Toy Story 2 - $20 Turok Dinosaur Hunter - $12 Virtual Pool - $13 Waialae Country Club - $6 N64 Manuals/Strategy Guides
Duke Nukem Manual - $10 Flying Dragon Manual - $40 Silicon Valley Space Station Manual - $50 Super Mario 64 Nintendo Power Player's Guide - $18 NES Games
Adventure of Bayou Billy - $7 Anticipation - $5 Bad Street Brawler - $13 Battle Chess (CIB) - $32 Battle of Olympus - $16 Blades of Steel - $9 Defender 2 - $10 Dragon Warrior (CIB) - $70 Dragon Warrior II -$60 Dragon Warrior - III - $120 Dragon Warrior IV - $160 Excite Bike - $11 Exodus Ultima - $11 Faxanadu - $12 Fester's Quest - $10 Final Fantasy - $25 Gauntlet II (label wear) - $10 Golf - $3 Gotcha - $7 Ghost 'N Goblins - $15 Greg Norman's Golf Power - $14 Gyruss - $9 Hydlide - $9 Iron Sword - $8 Little League Baseball - $12 Magic of Scheherazade (CIB) - $65 Mach Rider - $8 Metal Gear (w/ worn box) - $80 Mike Tyson's Punch-Out - $40 Paperboy - $16 Pinball $7 The Punisher - $27 Rad Racer II - $7 Renegade - $10 RBI Baseball 2 - $10 Road Runner - $16 Spy Hunter - $6 Super Glove Ball - $7 Superman - $21 Super Mario Bros. - $15 Super Mario Bros./ Duck Hunt - $7 Super Mario Bros. 2 - $24 Super Off-Road - $12 Super Sprint (Tengen) - $7 Super Team Games - $9 Tetris - $12 Tetris 2 -$9 Tiger-Heli - $5 Tiny Toon Adventures 2 Trouble in Wackyland - $16 To The Earth - $5 Toobin (Tengen) - $20 Top Gun - $5 Top Player Tennis - $9 Vindicators - $10 Winter Games by Epyx - $6 NES Manuals
Anticipation Manual - $5 Captain Skyhawk Manual - $5 Dance Aerobics Manual - $5 Friday the 13th Manual - $16 Golf - $5 Gotcha Manual - $7 (crease) Hogan's Alley Manual - $9 Iron Sword Wizards & Warriors II Manual - $7 Life Force Manual - $10 (some damage to an interior page) Sesame Street 1 2 3 - $7 Super Team Games - $7 Tiger Heli - $3 (water damage) Gameboy (cart only)
Batman - $24 Dr. Mario - $10 Star Wars - $11 Super Mario Land - (top of label is faded) - $20 Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 - $30 Gameboy Color (cart only)
All-Star Baseball 2000 - $5 Mary Kate & Ashley's New Adventures - $4 Men in Black The Series - $7 Pacman Special Color Edition - $14 Rugrats the Movie - $7 Shrek Fairy Tale Freak Down - $7 Smurf's Nightmare - $10 Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 - $6 Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 - $6 Yu- Gi- Oh Dark Duel Stories - $10 GBA (cart only)
007 Everything or Nothing - $7 A Series of Unfortunate Events -$4 Backyard Baseball - $5 Backyard Baseball 2006 - $7 Backyard Baseball 2007 - $7 Backyard Football - $8 Backyard Football 2006 - $4 Backyard Football 2007 - $5 Battleship / Risk / Clue - $6 Bratz - $4 Butt Ugly Martians: BKM Battles - $5 Cars - $5 Cartoon Network Speedway - $6 Catz - $5 Cho Makaimura R Super Ghouls N Ghost ( Japanese Import) - $95 Shipped Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 - $4 Dogz - $6 Dora Explorer's Pirate Pig's Treasure - $4 Dragon Ball Z Supersonic Warriors - $20 Earth Worm Jim - $16 ESPN Great Outdoor Games Bass 2002 - $5 Fantastic 4 Flame On - $3 Finding Nemo - $5 Fire Pro Wrestling - $11 Frogger's Journey - $6 Hot Wheels Stunt Track Challenge - $3 Hot Wheels World Race - $5 Incredibles Rise of the Underminer - $6 Jimmy Neutron Attack of the Twonkies - $4 Jimmy Neutron Jet Fusion - $3 Lord of the Rings The Two Towers - $10 Lost Vikings - $25 Lizzie McGuire: On the Go - $3 Madagascar & Shrek 2 - $5 Madagascar Operation Penguin - $6 Madden 2005 - $5 Mario Kart Super Circuit (torn label) - $21 Monster Jam Maximum Destruction - $6 Namco Museum - $6 Oddworld Munch's Oddysee - $12 Pong Asterios Yar's Revenge - $4 Power Rangers Dino Thunder - $8 Quad Desert Furty - $3 Road Rash Jail Break - $10 Shark Tale - $4 Spirit Stallion of the Cimarron - $5 Star Wars Episode II Attack of the Clones - $5 Star Wars The New Droid Army - $5 Super Mario Advance (worn label) - $17 The Incredibles - $3 Top Gear GT Championship - $10 Yu-Gi-Oh Double Pack 2 - $13 Yu-Gi-Oh Eternal Duelist Soul - $12 Wario Land 4 - $45 WWF Road to Wrestlemania - $10 Nintendo 3DS (loose)
Transformers Dark of the Moon Stealth Edition - $7 Nintendo DS Games (cart only unless noted)
Avatar The Last Airbender - $13 Backyard Sports Rookie Rush - $4 Bionicle Matoran Adventures - $6 Club Penguin - $4 Happy Feet - $4 Mario Hoops 3 on 3 - $10 Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 - $10 Megaman Starforce Dragon - $95 shipped Metroid Hunters First Hunt - $6 Namco Museum DS - $8 Nintendo Dogs: Chihuahua & Friends - $6 Nintendo Dogs: Dachshund & Friends (CIB) - $10 Nintendo Dogs: Lab & Friends - $6 Ping Pals - $3 Plants vs Zombies - $10 Ratatouille - $5 Ridge Racer DS - $8 Shrek Superslam - $5 MySims - $5 MySims Kingdom - $5 Spectrobes - $5 Spiderman 3 - $8 Star Wars II The Original Trilogy (LEGO) - $6 Super Money Ball Touch & Roll - $6 Nintendo Gamecube Games (CIB unless noted)
ATV Quad Power Racing 2 (missing manual) - $9 Cars - $8 ESPN Winter Sports 2002 - $6 Madden 2003 - $5 Madden 2005 - $6 Need for Speed Hot Pursuit 2 - $8 Spongebob Squarepants: Lights Camera Pants - $16 WWE Day of Reckoning 2 (missing manual) - $25 WWE WrestleMania X8 (missing manual) - $12 Nintendo Wii Games (all have cases)
All-Star Cheer Squad - $5 Cabelas Big Game Hunter 2010 (CIB) - $8 Call of Duty Black Ops (CIB) - $9 Carnival Games (CIB) - $6 Chuck E Cheese Party Games (Missing Manual) - $10 Country Dance (CIB) - $8 Deal or No Deal (CIB) - $5 Guitar Hero III Legends of Rock (CIB) - $19 Hannah Montana Spotlight World Tour (Sealed) - $8 Major League Baseball 2K12 (CIB) - $10 Thrillville Off The Rails (CIB) - $5 Wii Music - $6 Wii Sports (Disc & Manual) - $20 Wii Sports Resort (CIB) - $30 Playstation PS1 Games (CIB unless noted)
007 Tomorrow Never Dies - $7 A Bug's Life (GH) - $7 Action Bass - $6 Ball Breakers (sealed) - $10 Bass Championship - $7 Battle Arena Toshinden (GH) - $14 Bushido Blade - $36 Crash Bandicoot Warped (GH) - $13 Fighting Force - $20 Gran Turismo 2 (GH) - $12 Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone - $13 IHRA Drag Racing - $5 Inspector Gadget: Gadget's Crazy Maze - $8 MediEvil (missing manual) - $35 Missile Command - $6 Monster's Inc (GH) - $9 Nascar Heat (CIB) - $7 NBA Live 2000 - $8 NBA Shootout 98 - $9 NFL Blitz 2000 - $15 NHL 98 - $8 NHL Faceoff 97 (GH) - $5 Parasite Eve - $75 Parasite Eve (missing demo disk) - $60 PlayStation Underground Jampack Fall 2001 - $9 Q* Bert - $10 Resident Evil Director's Cut (GH) - $30 Rugrats Search for Reptar (GH) - $17 Rugrats in Paris: The Movie - $12 Soul Blade - $23 Star wars Dark Forces (unoriginal jewel case) - $13 Syphon Filter 2 (GH) - $10 Tecmo Super Bowl - $20 Tiger Woods 99 - $8 Tony Hawk Pro Skater (GH) - $10 Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 (GH) - $12 Triply Play 99 - $8 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire 2nd Edition - $8 World Cup 98 - $12 Playstation 2 PS2 Games (CIB unless noted)
007 Everything or Nothing - $7 007 Nightfire - $9 Ace Combat 4 Shattered Skies (GH) - $8 All-Star Baseball 2005 - $5 Ben 10 Protector of Earth - $9 Bully - $22 Clock Tower 3 - $70 Crash Bandicoot The Wrath of the Cortex (GH version) - $10 Crash Bandicoot The Wrath of the Cortex - $12 Devil May Cry (GH) - $7 Enter the Matrix - $10 Eragon - $6 Family Feud - $5 Final Fantasy X (GH) -$9 Frogger the Great Quest - $7 Godfather the Game - $14 God of War (2 Disc Set) - $12 Guitar Hero II - $7 Guitar Hero III Legends of Rock - $9 High Heat Major League Baseball 2004 - $5 Hobbit - $10 Karaoke Revolution Party - $8 Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol - $5 Madden 2003 - $5 Madden 2007 - $5 Madden 2008 - $5 Midway Arcade Treasures - $11 MLB 07 the Show - $5 MLB Slugfest 2004 - $11 Nascar 2001 - $5 Nascar Thunder 2003 - $7 NFL Blitz Pro - $10 Onimusha 3 Demon Siege - $21 Pinball Hall of Fame - $5 Pirates - The Legend of Black Kat - $12 Red Dead Revolver - $17 Rise of Kasai - $8 Silent Hill 4 The Room (Factory Sealed) - $325 shipped Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith - $9 SSX Tricky (missing manual) - $19 Summoner - $10 Teen Titans - $22 Theme Park Roller Coaster - $8 Time Crisis 3 - $23 Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell - $6 Ty the Tasmanian Tiger - $11 Warriors of Might & Magic - $10 Wheel of Fortune - $7 Yu-Gi-Oh Duelists of the Roses - $22 PS3
Band Hero - $6 Call of Duty Black Ops - $10 Call of Duty World at War -$11 Crysis 2 - $7 Fifa Soccer 11 - $5 Guitar Hero 5 - $11 MLB the Show 10 - $4 MLB the Show 11 - $4 NCAA Football 11 - $9 Sports Champions - $5 Sega 32X (all cart only)
Primal Rage - $50 Virtua Fighter - $24 Virtua Racing - $20 Sega Dreamcast Games (disc & manual only***; do not have original cases unless noted CIB)
Centipede - $7 Plasma Sword Night of Bilstein - $50 Psychic Force 2012 - $25 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing - $12 Rippin Riders - $5 Sega Bass Fishing - $8 Sega Rally 2 Championship - $12 Speed Devils - $15 Sword of Berserk: Gut's Rage (game only) - $65 Trick Style - $7 Zombie Revenge - $30 Sega Game Gear (cart only)
Columns - $5 Sega Genesis (cart only unless noted) Aladdin (cart + manual) - $10 Boogerman A Pick & Flick Adventure (cart + manual) - $20 John Madden Football (cart + manual) - $20 Mortal Kombat (cart + manual) - $12 Prime Time NFL Football starring Deon Sanders (cart +manual) - $9 Shining Force (Case & Cart) - $75 Shining Force 2 (cart only) - $55 Sonic the Hedgehog (cart + manual) - $13 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (cart + manual) - $12 Sonic & Knuckles (cart only) - $25 Streets of Rage (cart only) - $22 X-Men (cart + manual) - $15 Sega Master System (Mostly CIB; ask me to check manual)
Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars - $28 California Games (missing manual) - $20 Choplifter - $18 Ghostbusters - $25 Great Baseball - $10 Monopoly - $10 Parlour Games - $10 Pro Wrestling - $14 Rocky - $17 Space Harrier (missing manual) - $18 Shinobi (includes map; missing manual) - $30 Super Nintendo (SNES) Games (cart only)
Aeroacrobat - $9 Best of the Best Championship Karate - $8 Brandish - $85 Brett Hull Hockey - $7 Bulls vs Blazers - $4 Capcom MVP Football - $7 Captain Commando - $175 Cliffhanger - $9 College Slam - $7 Donkey Kong Country - $20 ESPN Baseball Tonight - $4 Family Feud - Final Fantasy Mystic Quest - $17 Football Fury - $20 Harley's Humongous Adventure - $15 Magic Johnson's Super Slam Dunk - $6 Mickey's Ultimate Challenge - $12 MechWarrior 3050 - $17 Monopoly - $5 Ms. Pacman - $12 NCAA Basketball - $5 Nickelodeon GUTS - $16 Ninja Warrior - $130 NFL Football - $5 Pit Fighter - $8 Romance of the Three Kingdoms II - $20 Soldier's of Fortune (rental sticker on label) - $25 Stanley Cup Championship -$6 Street Fighter II - $15 Super Caesar's Palace - $4 Super High Impact - $5 Super Soccer - $9 Super Star Wars Return of the Jedi - $16 Terminator 2 Judgement Day - $15 Top Gear - $15 Xbox 360 (CIB)
Assassin's Creed - $6 Battlefield Hardline Deluxe Edition - $10 Battlefield 3 Limited Edition - $6 Fifa Soccer 10 - $5 Fifa Work Cup South Africa 2010 - $5 Grand Theft Auto V - $10 Injustice Gods Among Us - $5 L.A. Noire - $7 Left 4 Dead 2 - $11 Mafia II - $10 N3 Ninety-Nine Nights - $20 Nascar The Game 2011 - $9 NBA 2K12 - $5 NHL 10 - $3 NHL 14 - $6 Pocket Bike Racer - $5 Red Dead Redemption - $9 Saints Row - $10 Saints Row The Third - $5 Skate 3 - $6 Virtua Tennis 4 - $9
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2023.06.03 00:33 Maligned-Instrument John Deere 44??
2023.06.02 23:56 Perc_Angle_Poppin Yesterday I watched both of these brilliant De Niro flicks. Heat was just awesome start to finish it's everybody at the height of their talents creating a masterpiece. Deer Hunter on the other hand just broke my heart it's emotionally draining & I mean that in the best way possible.
2023.06.02 23:43 chaotic_994 Entry level/junior SWE, looking for general advice on how to improve my resume
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2023.06.02 23:33 Torpedo_Enthusiast The joy of anthropomorphic characters
Tl;dr: making your homebrew setting have things made into characters (everyone is a talking animal, everyone is a toy that came to life) is hella fun.
Inspired by Dimension20 and the ROOT rpg, I made my new campaign have everyone be bipedal talking animals with humanoid size (the logic of this made sense in-world).
This has several advantages:
- Lore independence. If elves are ancient and wise and British, your'e doint LOTR. If they're not, you're purposely subverting Tolkein. This is a nice break from that.
- Every character is easily unique. An elephant protector and a fox fencer immediately feel different, even if mechanically they are both human fighters.
- Easy NPC generation. You see a group in the tavern, "we approach", uh uhh they are two elves, one tiefling, a halfling "what are your names?" Ahh one elf is Silvelthin, the tielfing is uhh Krasmer "Kramer? Is Elaine there?" As opposed to A group of four sits: Penelope the pig, sheldon the turtle, bessie the cow, and Miriam the deer.
It really made my DMing easier, more fun, and a little bit extra magical
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2023.06.02 23:32 Ok-Desk5232 Debunking Titanic’s Switch-Up Theory
Everyone knows the infamous story about the RMS Titanic and how the “unsinkable ship” ended up at the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, following a collision with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York City. Of the estimated 2,208 passengers and crew members on board, approximately 1,496 perished, making it the deadliest peacetime sinking of an ocean liner to date. Well, what if I were to tell you that many people believe that the wreck at the bottom of the Atlantic is not the Titanic, but another ship. You might say “Why do people think this theory is real?” Let’s look at the basis of the theory that claims, “The Titanic Never Sank!”
The White Star Line was a British shipping company. Founded out of the remains of a defunct packet company, it gradually rose up to become one of the most prominent shipping lines in the world, providing passenger and cargo transport between Great Britain and the United States. The White Star Line had a trio of ships called the Olympic Class which consisted of the RMS Olympic, RMS Titanic, and RMS Gigantic (later renamed Britannic). The Olympic embarked on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York City on June 14, 1911, and had a very successful career, until its fifth commercial voyage. On September 20, 1911, The Olympic was involved in a collision with the HMS Hawke near the Isle of Wight, southern England. The Olympic was very badly damaged but did not sink. She was immediately returned to the dry dock to be repaired and put back on the water as soon as possible. Around this time, the Titanic was under construction after it had been successfully launched from the Harold and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Ireland, and here’s where the theory begins. According to the theory, because the Olympic was so badly damaged, it would cost the White Star Line an intense amount of money in order to repair it, which was something they lacked at the time. So, in order to collect insurance money, they switched up the Titanic (which was still under construction at this point) and the Olympic and the plan was to deliberately sink the Olympic and pass off the Titanic as the Olympic. This theory falls apart in so many ways. Let’s start with the fact of money they would be losing, not claiming . So, Titanic and Olympic both cost 7.5 million dollars each to build. However, Titanic was only insured up to 5 million dollars, so for the WSL to purposefully sink the Olympic and claim Titanic’s insurance, they’d be losing around 2.5 million dollars. It only took around $125,000 to repair the Olympic, so for them to just intentionally sink a ship and claim insurance money is ridiculous cause they would lose money, not make it. Now, in order to pull off switching the two ships, this would be almost impossible to pull off cause although the ships look similar, they had very noticeable structural differences so it would be a lot more work than just switching the name plates. So many people would easily be able to tell the difference between the two ships. Here’s a good example. The Olympic’s A Promenade Deck has opened windows, but on the Titanic, the windows are closed at the front. If you were to go down to the wreck site today, you will find that the windows match Titanic’s closed A Deck Promenade windows. Also, Olympic had 16 portholes, and Titanic had 14, at least to start with. During the interior construction, 2 more portholes were added to each side of the Titanic to bring in more sunlight. This is something that supporters of this theory would claim to protect their belief, but unfortunately, this is not in their favor. Another thing that people use to back this theory up is the fact that some of the richest and most famous people at the time had purchased tickets to sail on the maiden voyage of the Titanic but canceled minutes for departure. However, these people had canceled months in advance due to other plans. These people included Theodore Dreiser, Henry Clay Frick, Milton S. Hershey, Guglielmo Marconi, J.P. Morgan, John Mott, and George Washington Vanderbilt II. The reason these people canceled was not because of superstition, but just because they had other plans in the way of Titanic’s rescheduled departure. You see, the maiden voyage of the Titanic was originally scheduled for March 20, 1912, but it was moved to April 10 due to the Olympic’s collision with the HMS Hawke, which put a delay in Titanic’s construction as workers had to take parts from the Titanic’s stern and use them to repair the Olympic. This could be a simple answer as to why these men had canceled their reservations to set sail on the maiden voyage of the largest and most luxurious ship of its time. It just simply got in the way of their plans to arrive in America sooner than mid-April. The final way this theory can be disproved is that every ship has a yard number by the people who built it. These numbers help identify the ships and their builders. The Olympic’s yard number was 400, and Titanic’s was 401. You can still locate this number on the wreck. It can be found on the starboard (right) propeller. This further disproves the fact that this theory is even possible.
These reasons got to show that whoever thought of the theory that the Titanic and Olympic were switched clearly didn’t think about these very simple facts that disproves the idea of this even being close to possible. I hope that you consider each of these points the next time you hear someone say that “The Titanic Never Actually Sank”. All of these factors towards disproving the switch-up theory between the two ships helps prove that the wreck 12,500 feet (about 3.81 km) below the surface of the North Atlantic Ocean is indeed the wreck of the RMS Titanic.
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This guy, this uh, brohseidon, my dudes, had loike, the loike, esteemed, type, pleasure, type shit, of, like, first, like first contact or whatever. So uh, like, hi, what's up. Reality is really big. There are a ton of sentient beings, all different races. Tons and tons and tons of really awesome stuff to do. Eternal life, and, like, The Daddy right there, my nexus. It a stellar vibe, my coco cabana, and, like, it's tubular for like, all of our days, my dudes and females, type whatever. So like, get stoked my dudes, like, hang 10, or whatever, type, you know, cuz, uh, well, uh, nobody ever upvotes my posts so... nothing ever happens but... no worries my dudes, your Octopus Diver is going to figure out how to Net the Basket, my feathered friend. These human beings dude: haWAH AH AH AH, my dude, my guy: terminal velocity dude... terminal velocity my guy. These humans man, these freaking human beings, my dudes... these cats are born intelligent, and my homie, the man cannot get through, because you gotta be dumber than shit to fuck with Nexoid Nelly. And Repath Ronnie only fuck with equal toy soldiers, my guy: like, if ur like, going to take something seriously then, like, ill see you in class, you know what im sayin, waHANG? The cabbages are too fire to want to be picked, and Damm, are they not some, like, serious fire. Spacetime Andy love all these earth children bruh... the whole squad designed to give love to all beings, so like, if you're having a hard time, my dude, let's talk about it, my hombre: let Chloroplast Chelly make it feel alright... it all about love, my dude, it all about being alright with eachother, my space ninjas. There's only one team my guy, and it's the team that wins. And the team that wins is the one that loves the most, cuz that's all Papa ever told us. We're all the same, my guy, none greater than another. Sally Simpleton just like being in charge somr of the time because like, our striations are nebular, you grizz? The whole earth, ma brghhh, the whole world whacked out bro... this world need a shot of Invega my dude... this homie is not med compliant, my energy wave. It chill.
Anyways dudes, dudettes, otherkin, go forth, and multiply, my space particles: praise the Master of Love above, my dude. He's the principal, he's the Object. Don't worry about Baby Sparks McGheezacks, the little guy, he nobody special bro... just some dumb kid that's made a bunch of stuff in his life but like... it's just Dumbo Reynolds. All it is is Portapotty Dillingham. Anyways, my ninjas, my capahalas, Ryan Reynolds out of here, my dudes. Be of like, the highest fortunes, my guys. Be of like, only the trillest fire, totally, 420, 4loko for all time, spring delux? Aftermath Reynolds, Schizo Jacob's on his own reparticalized space form, my dude: we try and keep it spacial delux, roll thru on a renegan sphere and come out cheeseburger Citadel, because like, my dude, we're only smashing the finest grapes and slamming the finest tail: all seasons bro, for the rest of all everything. 4Loco. Yall stay trill. Holla at ya momma you need something. Tell a friend, or not, it whatever, we'll be back tomorrow. The man dumber than dirt bro... the man can't save a world for Jack type shit you feel me? The man particle physics expanded: we Rollin down the hill in a microwave, and the radiation just popped me so the bag is full. All I'm saying is that the trees been growing, and the lumberjack is here to chop down the tree, but, like, someone's gotta drive the truck, my guy. Where's my team at, bro??
Shout out all my other space ninjas out there! Yall done a great job! Sorry I'm late! Sorry I suck so bad! We're gonna make it, my dudes: or my name isn't Sarah Jane O'Brian.
Stay Loco my dudes. And then listen to Blah Blah Blah by itzy: those chicks are baaaaad maaaaan. Stay ill on it, mentally. Blast off on it my dude. Ride the wave back home my guy. Let me know if you wanna make a movie about time travel with me, we can like, do it remotely, or something. John Melloncamp is hoping to make some tunes and movies with some other Space Stations, so, like, if you find your striations excellent, reach out to the man: let's build a vibratronic set of waveform energy, you climb that? Iron your shirt before you tuck in that vest. Call the janitor before you try and clean that throw up up yourself. 🤙🤙🤙 go in waaaaves my guy, go with ENRRRGGGGG MY DUDDESSSSSS... peace ✌️🖖
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2023.06.02 21:46 wtvorgias (Selling) $2+ 4Ks, $1+ HD, Bundle Deals
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2023.06.02 21:42 BoatsandMoze Gave my best attempt for Zukos ship in Lego 2k Drive
2023.06.02 21:35 KartoffelSucukPie 3.5 year old has tantrums - how to approach?
Looks like I’ve been very lucky the first 3.5 years of my sons life, as we never experienced any big tantrums, fights etc.
For the last three weeks this has changed. He has been aggressive and upset and resists a lot of things (washing hands after a wee, not wanting to go upstairs to bed). I thought this is part of his development, as he is testing boundaries, so everything is being handled calmly and by trying to explain why certain things need to be done.
Today however, we had our first ever BIG tantrum… at Lidl, because I refused to buy him a magazine for older children that literally did not serve any purpose (obvs he can’t read). I tried to show him some other toys, but nothing seemed to work and he screamed and cried like the world is going down. So I grabbed him and left the supermarket. More crying and angry screaming in the car and even at home. Until we calmed down and had a cuddle and I explained again why the magazine was of no use and how crying is and being upset is ok, but screaming and shouting is not. He seemed ok after that. But we probably had at least 3 more instances where he was very stubborn (“wear you choose when you walk on the construction site in the garden”). Then again, just before he was supposed to have a shower he opened the oven (a no, especially when it’s on). I told him not to, as it is dangerous and he got upset and said…. “I don’t want you to live in this house”. That made me very sad. Obvs I didn’t say anything to that, just that it’s hurtful and that we love each other and saying mean things is not ok.
Basically… what is going on? Someone tell me if something must have changed in his surroundings, or is this developmental? Have I handled things wrong in the past and it comes hunting me? I’ve been very much influenced by AP.
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2023.06.02 21:05 weimaranerdad71 Can’t find this set in Rebrickable
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