A Server

2021.12.08 23:21 IGetGrand A Server

I am looking to start a new modded minecraft server, but i want to work together with like 10-20 people. so i am making a decision to let you guys choose the pack and play it with me. preferrable we choose a pack with a mix of tech and rpg. i dont care what version though.
Heres the discord if by some chance youre interested https://discord.gg/2dB5UTSKpC
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2021.12.08 23:21 living4theweekend64 Can anyone relate?

Earlier today I was on TikTok looking through videos and I saw a video about an old YouTube channel that I used to watch when I was a lot younger (like 10 or 11) and I remembered a feeling of genuine happyness and comfort. Then I realised that I don't get these feelings anymore. Does anyone feel the same way? I feel like I used to be so much happier back then but now I'm just living. I still feel emotion but not nearly as strongly as I did then, and not as much as I feel is normal when I hear other people talking about their feelings. I'm just wondering if anyone has had the same realisation or if anyone knows what I'm talking about.
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2021.12.08 23:21 Dahyuniiie Reading is so boring for me

Hey, for all the readers in this subreddit, I just want to ask how to perhaps solve this problem. The concept of reading books and the idea of it is pretty good and I like it and I even used to read a lot in the past, but recently (this year) I've had like no motivation to read. It feels like a chore when it is a hobby, and even if I do start reading, I just wanna put the book down as soon as possible. I have some good books I want to get through and because I've been so unmotivated the new books have been stacking up. I assume this is probably because I've just become addicted to modern interactive media e.g. social media, video games, movies etc. Is there any way I can overcome this problem?
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2021.12.08 23:21 Tbones014 PPSI

It was in the name all along
Pee Pee Squeeze It 🍆
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2021.12.08 23:21 KumarAtul1222 Practice Question of the Day Govt Schemes 9 December 2021. Practice Daily Quiz to analyse yourself for Competitive Exam like UPSC, State PCS, SSC, Banking, Railways, Police, Defence, etc.

Daily practice queston of the day for all competitive exams.
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2021.12.08 23:21 loueeesaaahh S8 is criminally underrated

I'm rewatching season 8 because I haven't rewatched it since I first watched it a few years ago and I am living. There's so much drama that clearly hasn't been manufactured by production (Bob v. Derrick, Thorgy v. Chi Chi, Betty vs. everyone), one of my favorite top 3s of all time, and overall entertaining challenges. What's your favorite season 8 moment?
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2021.12.08 23:21 Open_Depth2179 Who could’ve used the development the most in GT?

Basically the title.
View Poll
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2021.12.08 23:21 Better_Ad_5964 Jessica Nigri - i love her

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2021.12.08 23:21 conelover1234 Pyra eating Min Min's ramen (ArchdanMiiverse)

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2021.12.08 23:21 businessyndicate someone pls help lol

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2021.12.08 23:21 jackstat What did Michael Jackson do when he got horny?

Took off his billy jeans pulled out his thriller and beats it.
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2021.12.08 23:21 TheWolfshifter Merry Bonkmas to all and to all a good BONK!

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2021.12.08 23:21 avashad Bye👋🏻

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2021.12.08 23:21 PurpleLit Anything special about this lighter?

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2021.12.08 23:21 SirCreepingtonPasta 1 Hour of Creepypasta Scary Stories | Fall Asleep to Horror | r/Nosleep

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2021.12.08 23:21 Ayaycapn Just when I thought we've hit the lowest of perversion

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2021.12.08 23:21 No-League-354 Please read and let me know what you think!

Keep Your Chin Up- How Marathon Running can help you deal with life’s challenges.
Running the 2021 Chicago Marathon was no easy feat, no marathon is. The course and my preparation should have led me to a PR day. My mindset was positive; my outlook was even more positive. My current PR was 3:28 at NYC in 2019, which in my mind at Chicago I could have run 3:15 or better. The weather had other plans. It was hot, it was muggy and it simply was not a race day that would lead to a PR day for me. I went out too fast (common problem with runners). I was arrogant and confident. The heat dominated me. All of my research about the Chicago Marathon got me excited to get to Chinatown to see the crowds, I hated Chinatown. It was a dark time for me. I wanted to quit. I wanted to drop out of the race but being alone with no supporters with me in Chicago, what the hell was I going to do to get back to my hotel? Luckily I had my phone and was able to talk to my wife who kept me moving. Head down, slugging around the course. I can distinctly remember a spectator shortly before the roars of the crowd on Michigan Ave under an overpass simply saying to all of us “Keep your chin up. Keep fighting.” How simple of a statement yet how profound. He wasn’t shouting or excited, just confidently giving us runners that were battling a life lesson. I can look on my Garmin heat map and see exactly where that man was standing because it fueled me to keep pushing and get to that finish line. I ended up finishing in 3:46. I was crushed I had a “bad day” and wasn’t able to PR. But in retrospect, I kept my chin up and kept fighting. That in itself was a major victory for me internally. I wish that man was in Atlanta in February 2021, my worst race ever and easily my biggest disappointment as a runner (4:21). That man in Chicago laid the groundwork, in my mind, on how to face the world as a Husband, Father and Runner.
Life is unplanned, life is hard and life is unforgiving. Dealing with life by keeping your chin up and keep fighting is exactly how you get to a finish line despite setbacks. All of us can learn a thing from this. If you lose your job, get divorced, lose a loved one: Keep your chin up. Keep fighting. Life doesn’t stop because you’re enduring a hardship, just like races don’t stop if one person is injured. Life marches on, races continue, new opportunities arise. Setbacks are where you learn most. How different could your life be if you just kept your chin up and just kept fighting? If you do not support yourself, who will? I can think back to all of my mistakes in life and how I dealt with them. How different would my life be if I just kept my chin up and kept fighting?
My life was not a challenge in my adolescence. My parents were outstanding. They provided for me more than most. They were there when I needed them and supported me when I needed them. I made my fair share of mistakes and I sulked in the consequences of my actions. I let those losing battles define me and own me. What if I kept my chin up and learned from my mistakes? What if I kept fighting instead of giving up? My parents supported me, I did not support myself. I took the easy way out on a lot of things instead of truly testing myself and what I could possibly do in life. Where would I be now if I battled? Where would you be now if you battled your problems instead of laying down and letting them cloud over you?
I am writing this at 32 years old. I have a phenomenal wife who supports me through every step of the way. I have 3 daughters (Ages 4, 3 and 1). Our life is not a cake walk to say the least. To add insult to injury, just one month before the 2021 Chicago Marathon, my oldest daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Her well-being is now entirely managed by Insulin. As a parent, how do you process this? I have never been in the hospital besides during the birth of my children and now by oldest had to spend 4 days in a hospital. One child’s entire life story has now been altered yet we still have 2 other girls to parent. How do we keep fighting for their benefit? How do we spin this into a positive? I still am trying to wrap my mind around this and honestly, I probably will never be able to fully accept this happening to my innocent 4-year-old. She did nothing wrong except just come into this world. My wife and I are angry, scared, nervous, basically any negative adjective you can think of; we are feeling it. Before the Marathon, my life was chaotic. I gave up at work. I was irrational. It was hard to wake up to prepare for the marathon along with being a parent. I was operating in a way that was no benefit to myself or my family. On my flight home from Chicago, I processing the race and, as with any T1D case, thinking about her and her well-being. This is really where that man kept popping up in my thoughts. I needed to keep my chin up and keep fighting for my baby girl. If I don’t show her how to keep fighting who will?
A few months later, everyone in the house was sick. The girls kept getting sick. Vomiting in their beds, exploding diapers. Add that with managing T1D of a 4-year-old and we had a perfect “shit storm” of problems. The youngest girl slept 12 hours one day straight. Something was off. She was in our pantry, standing there eating crackers like normal then all of the sudden she lost control of herself and could not stand. I panicked thinking she was choking. I was giving the Heimlich and trying to fish whatever was caught out. There was nothing to fish out. There was no explanation as to what happened. I called 911, they came, she was asleep. She literally had no control of anything and wasn’t responsive and then just went to sleep? What? They had nothing to add. She was breathing now and seemed very comfortable sleeping in my arms. Terrifying to say the least. Later that evening, my wife was holding her next to me and she just dropped. Her lips turned blue. She was not responsive. She was having another “episode”. 911 was called again and we loaded her up in an ambulance for yet another hospital visit in 3 months, this time for our 1-year-old. How do you process this as a parent? How do we keep fighting? We never got an answer as to why she had those seizures. Doctors never could definitively say what caused them. Again, my wife and I could easily just give up. We could just keep letting the world throw problems our way and let those problems own us. We cannot do this. We have to keep our chins up and keep fighting.
Our problems keep going. I was let go from my job on December 4th, 2021. I have no job. My wife has a part time job. We have 3 kids. We have no insurance to help with our daughter’s diabetes management. Bills don’t stop. If I didn’t encounter that man in Chicago, I would give up. I would stop trying. The world just keeps throwing challenges at us that are increasing in difficulty to deal with. It would be easy to just say “Well fuck it, I tried” then just leave. But that man left such an impression on me that I will not do that. I am going to keep my chin up. I am going to keep fighting. My wife and girls deserve that from their husband and father.
Think of my life since September. It has not been easy nor has it gotten easier. Think of your problems. Some might be more than what have happened to me. Some might be less. But nonetheless, problems are problems to deal with in life. Laying down and letting those problems run you are not a productive way to deal with life. Whoever is reading this, keep fighting. Keep your chin up. Life is a marathon. Segments of our lives can seem like marathons. 26.2 miles is such a metaphor for life. There are good parts in the beginning where you feel great. You hit a few hills and slow down. Do you stop? No. The weather is less than ideal. Do you stop? No. If you have run a marathon before, you know the mental deviations you have on the course. If you have never run one, your mind wanders. You go to dark places during tough points. It would be easy to just stop running because you’re tired or you’re aching in your hamstring. But do you give up? No. You keep pushing and you conquer the race you started. Mind over matter. It’s a cliché saying but it rings true in every application. Keep a positive mindset and knowing you will overcome is such a powerful tool to have in your arsenal. It’s something I have struggled with through life. I cannot wait to sign up for another race with this new found mindset. I will be able to qualify for Boston with this outlook. I can do anything I set out to do now. I will overcome. Really read my words and understand my message.
Right now to me, I am running a completely uphill marathon in 100-degree heat with no water and only one shoe. I signed up for that marathon. I will conquer that marathon and you can too. “Keep your chin up. Keep fighting.”
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2021.12.08 23:21 surfbeagle27 Walking Dead Tour was a lot of fun. How many places do you recognize? The spot where Daryl had to kill his brother was definitely a nostalgic moment!

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2021.12.08 23:21 GjMakk Purple fade was really nice looking. She came down today 57f

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2021.12.08 23:21 Character_Cry6107 Corinna Kopf Masturbating On Bedroom HOT NEW Video

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2021.12.08 23:21 codes5 vive kit for $150; what should i do?

hey there! i found a deal for a second hand full htc vive kit for $150. should i also buy the valve knuckles with it? if i do, would there be any better headsets with the same price? with the knuckles being very expensive and all… let me know please!
your favorite and awesome person,
codes5
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2021.12.08 23:21 ACB_Boardz Getting one or the other, which should I get?

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2021.12.08 23:21 svetahw Interactions with hydroxyzine?

Has anyone taken these two together? When I asked the pharmacist they said just to space them out. When researching online I saw something that said not to take them together.
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2021.12.08 23:21 Thebiggerman12 Lonely

Is the kraken/Hero Atlas good?
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2021.12.08 23:21 SirCreepingtonPasta 1 Hour of Creepypasta Scary Stories | Fall Asleep to Horror | r/Nosleep

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