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2021.10.25 04:31 Cronos_66 Like Pantheon, where we are sharehoder too, also at OTTO ENERGY: The trend is intact and has been confirmed!

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2021.10.25 04:31 Soul699 Do YOU know yours?

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2021.10.25 04:31 Snoozyish drawing i made for my last post

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2021.10.25 04:31 Sushi-Shark762 Currently researching for a fanfic, and I was hoping to ask a few questions.

Hello, everyone! This is my first time posting something on Reddit, so I apologize if the post looks a little on the janky side.
I have come here today because I would like you guy's (y'all's?) help with a fanfic I'm working on. The premise revolves around the idea of one character wanting to make his gym-nut friend a tasty protein shake; however, said gym-friend is lactose intolerant. The one character then gets help from another character to make a protein shake that the gym-friend can actually enjoy; however, getting good ingredients gets a little hard when you're in space.
To ensure that my writing is as accurate as humanly possible, I was hoping to ask you all some questions.
1.) Do you guys need to take Lactaid before or after you eat dairy products?
I know this may sound like a bit of "Duh" question, but I don't really know anyone who has a lactose sensitivity, so that's why I'm asking. From what I've gathered, I assume it is before, but I could be wrong.
2.) Some have mentioned that upon eating dairy, their bodies felt swollen. The closest thing that I could imagine was the bloating that usually came during PMS, but yours would likely be over an extended period of time (2-3 days). Is this an accurate assessment?
3.) When making protein shakes, what alternatives do you guys like to use instead of milk? Do certain types of plant-based milks work better for protein shakes than others?
Any specific details involving your symptoms would also be greatly appreciated. Thank you all so much for your time, and whenever this message finds you, I hope the rest of your day is wonderful.
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2021.10.25 04:31 Lost_Muppet_society LAOP’s neighbor’s may be having an issue with their loud typing

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2021.10.25 04:31 aleksiL [Question] Town Is Lava (for my VRAM)

I'm running an AMD Radeon R7 450 and it's been working mostly okay after GGG fixed their dynamic asset loading improvements. However, this leaguestart has been an absolute potatofest. Things tend to run fine as long as I stay in hideout and combat areas but even a few town visits fill up my VRAM. Even worse if I make the mistake of AFKing in town. It seems like busy towns make it worse faster, which suggests that MTX are a big culprit. Apparently the game doesn't unload all unused assets without a restart.
Any advice on managing the game with a low VRAM graphics card? Clearly I should avoid populated towns as much as possible, especially near leaguestart (too bad about Heist BTW) but any tips on the technical side?
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2021.10.25 04:31 IamVenom_007 Bug, but a cool bug! My personal preference would be this over the one Google provided us. Only 4 QS toggles aren't enough.

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2021.10.25 04:31 neymarokulis FINANCIO is based on the BSC

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2021.10.25 04:31 Albemech Multi-zones options/ I’m new to multi zones and since I have a rather large yard, I would greatly appreciate suggestion on where to add markers for the zones I want. Attached is a pic file with the zones.

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2021.10.25 04:31 Carlosude Complete PYTHON Programming for Beginners – 2021

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2021.10.25 04:31 Neither_Skin_1005 They-call-me-wiggles

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2021.10.25 04:31 Ornery_Yam606 I’ve loved Fallon this whole series but the way she’s neglecting Liam and always put him second is annoying and making me sad for him lol

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2021.10.25 04:31 panickypancake Japanese Books on iBooks

I am looking for some recommendations for some Japanese stories on iBooks to download. I have some other physical novels (none of which are on iBooks), but I would like something on my phone for convenience.
Thank you!
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2021.10.25 04:31 DualCay0te Weekend pickup. Local finds. A few Video CD titles and a "Gamars" PS1 peripheral which functions as a cheat code device and also provides VCD playback.

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2021.10.25 04:31 FurryGoodDoggo how do you think (stuff in comments) not sure if meme or fan creation

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2021.10.25 04:31 Disastrous_Maximum28 I had diarrhea the other day…

Man, that shit was rough!
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2021.10.25 04:31 Opoyiss Bajrang Dal ransack 'Ashram 3' set in Bhopal, ink thrown at director Prakash Jha

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2021.10.25 04:31 Kiba-Da-Wolf Louise Lovely and Lon Chaney: The Australian Connection

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2021.10.25 04:31 Brett-the-charmer “We needed to convince one another”: Cats CEO on Lyon approach, Scott's future

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2021.10.25 04:31 Surprisingly_Simple My Hero Academia - ODD FUTURE - Opening 4 | Piano Cover by me! I Hope you enjoy!

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2021.10.25 04:31 sl_nik The settlement of Egvekinot. Chukotka. It Was - It Became. 1975, 2021.

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2021.10.25 04:31 sasalek Here are all the laws MPs are voting on this week, explained in plain English!

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It's Budget week.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has his big moment on Wednesday. He'll also deliver a spending review, which happens every three years and involves dishing out funding to government departments.
The Treasury's line today is that this Budget is about strong investment in public services. We've also had an announcement trailed about extra funding for T-levels (vocational qualifications for 16 to 19-year-olds).
Watch out for any coronavirus announcements.
Despite protestations from Labour, the government is standing by its view that now isn't the time for Plan B. But as we all know, these situations change quickly and Number 10 may be forced to act.
And the Environment Bill is in the Lords this week.
Expect some pushback after MPs rejected most of the amendments added by peers. Particularly notable was the one preventing sewage from being discharged into rivers, which is earning the Tories some flack online.
MONDAY 25 OCTOBER Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill - 2nd reading A wide-ranging bill that aims to improve the welfare of kept animals. Among other things, bans the export of live cattle, sheep, pigs, goats and equines for slaughter. Gives the government powers to restrict the import of certain pets to combat puppy smuggling. Bans the keeping, breeding, sale and transfer of primates without a specific primate licence.
TUESDAY 26 OCTOBER Electricity Grid (Review) Bill Requires the government and Ofgem to conduct a review of the electricity network grid. Issues to consider include abolishing price differences based on geography; the current charging system is built on the assumption that electricity is generated by oil, gas, coal and nuclear plants near big cities, which means offshore wind farms pay much more to connect to the grid. Ten minute rule motion presented by Alan Brown. More information here.
Northern Ireland (Ministers, Elections and Petitions of Concern) Bill - report stage and 3rd reading A bill aimed at preventing Northern Ireland from being left without a devolved government for an extended period, like in 2017-2020. Extends the time limits for appointing ministers in the Northern Ireland government after an election, and replacing the First Minister or their deputy if they leave office (e.g. a resignation). Allows ministers to stay in office for up to 24 weeks after an election if their replacements haven't been appointed, or up to 48 weeks if the First Minister of their deputy leaves office. Also tightens the criteria for triggering a Petition of Concern (a mechanism used to pass motions with cross-party support rather than a majority).
Judicial Review and Courts Bill - 2nd reading Reforms judicial review (where judges decide whether an action taken by a public body was lawful) and other bits of the legal system. Among other things, it introduces an online-only conviction procedure for defendants pleading guilty so they don't have to go through a court.
WEDNESDAY 27 OCTOBER The Budget Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivers the Budget and Spending Review, followed by debate.
THURSDAY 28 OCTOBER Budget debate (continued)
FRIDAY 29 OCTOBER Menopause (Support and Services) Bill - 2nd reading Scraps NHS prescription charges for hormone therapy, among other things. Private members' bill presented by Carolyn Harris.
Childcare Bill - 2nd reading Aims to increase the efficiency of free childcare schemes, and better promote free childcare entitlements, especially to disadvantaged groups. Private members' bill presented by Matt Rodda.
Animals (Penalty Notices) Bill - 2nd reading Allows people who commit animal-related offences to be issued with financial penalties. Private members' bill presented by Andrew Rosindell.
Approved Premises (Substance Testing) Bill - 2nd reading Requires people granted bail in criminal proceedings and offenders undergoing rehabilitation to provide urine samples for drug testing on request. Private members' bill presented by Rob Butler.
Paternity (Leave and Pay) Bill - 2nd reading Expands the people who are eligible for paternity pay and provides more flexibility around timing and notice periods for taking paternity leave. Private members' bill presented by Gareth Davies.
Crown Estate (Devolution to Wales) Bill - 2nd reading Devolve the management of the Crown Estate and its assets in Wales to the Welsh government. Private members' bill presented by Liz Saville Roberts.
BBC Licence Fee (Abolition) Bill - 2nd reading Abolishes the licence fee and makes the BBC a subscription service. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 (Amendment) Bill - 2nd reading Amends the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 to change the law around parliamentary scrutiny of lockdowns. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
BBC Licence Fee Non-Payment (Decriminalisation for Over-75s) Bill - 2nd reading Decriminalises non-payment of the licence fee by over-75s. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Caravan Sites Bill - 2nd reading Removes the requirement for planning permission when applying for a caravan site licence. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Green Belt (Protection) Bill - 2nd reading Establishes a national register of green belt land in England. Restricts the ability of local authorities to de-designate green belt land. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Climate and Ecology Bill - 2nd reading Requires the prime minister to declare a climate emergency and commit to meeting certain targets. Requires the government to create a strategy for meeting those targets, with help from a citizens' assembly. Private members' bill presented by Caroline Lucas.
Homeless People (Current Accounts) Bill - 2nd reading Requires banks to provide current accounts for homeless people seeking work. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Electoral Candidates (Age) Bill - 2nd reading Changes the minimum age of candidates in parliamentary and local elections to age 18 on the day of the election. It's currently age 18 at time of nomination. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Channel 4 (Privatisation) Bill - 2nd reading Privatises Channel 4. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
British Broadcasting Corporation (Privatisation) Bill - 2nd reading Privatises the BBC and distributes shares in the corporation to all licence fee payers. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Public Sector Exit Payments (Limitation) Bill - 2nd reading Caps exit payments made to outgoing employees of public sector organisations. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
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