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2021.09.25 02:37 plainxjane EA - is it salvageable?

Full story. Not sure what I’m looking for here, but wanted to share what’s going on with me and gain some perspective. I’m on mobile, so formatting may be off.
My WS and I met in college 12 years ago. We’ve been dating for 11 years and married for almost 5 years. Our problems started right around the time I had our son in August 2018.
Before I had our son, my husband would frequent a bar with his brother for boy time. Just time for the two of them to catch up and spend some man time together. His brother is married to his college sweetheart as well so they were both well behaved. My husband and his brother became close to the bartender, “B”. She was a free spirit, involved with dance, the arts and spirituality. Eventually, she started dealing “extracurricular” substances to them both. Inevitably my husband and B became close, and I got caught up trying to navigate my new role as “mother” after having our son.
I would frequently go out of town to my moms house to get help with the baby. The first problem we had was when I was out of town I checked his location history and I noticed he had gone to ihop at 2am then to B’s house. This was obviously not acceptable. After putting the pieces together, the little gifts they had exchanged and the trickle truths, he admitted to being attracted to her. She had been to our house. He had “attempted” to make a move on her but was shot down. Claimed that SHE respected marriage and wouldn’t let this happen.
We went to marriage counseling and got through it. Then, in September 2020 on a random day - he came to me with all his “dirty laundry” and mentioned we might be better to live separate lives. I insisted that if he thinks that he needed to find somewhere else to live. He went to live with his brother. During our separation I discovered a lengthy text message to “B” proclaiming his love for her. She never responded.
During this separation I was consumed with emotion and foolishly downloaded Bumble and started talking to some guys. I decided to meet up with one in particular, but cancelled the date after realizing how unstable I was and what a bad idea it was. I think I used the platform to distract myself from the hurt of my situation.
Somehow, we worked through it all with counseling and clear boundaries. Then this year WS went to eat brunch at B’s bar. We had a fight, that was crossing a boundary. Then he lied about going to get a beer at her bar on a separate occasion. He claimed he needed closure and wanted to ensure she received his lengthy love text from last year. That was a larger fight and counseling for me. That was in July.
Now I recently noticed red flags from a completely different woman, “G.” One night WS had left his phone at home when he went to work. He received a text of a naked woman twerking but I couldn’t see her face. She claimed to be “Selena from Texas” with a wrong number but the area code was from our city. I confronted him and he said that was strange but had no clue. Through other means I found out that number belonged to G. She played with me, knowing I had his phone for the night. Again he was confronted and lied many times until he realized my certainty and that i must have proof. I kicked him out again.
Is anything about this relationship salvageable? I’m having a hard time because it wasn’t a PA from what i can tell. We have a son that I don’t want to traumatize with a divorce. Please give me some perspective. Thanks for reading my story.
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2021.09.25 02:37 uN_Rxco If anyone needs a Brooke Joi Dm me

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2021.09.25 02:37 OgichiGame A Surv DC RAGEQUIT while I was playing Trapper.

Yes, Trapper. Pretty much the title. Was playing Trapper, placing traps, chasing people around. One of the survs was injured and stepped on my trap which knocked him down, then he dc ragequit. Both me and the guy I was chasing just simultaneously stopped and looked at the trap where he used to be in disbelief for a second or two.
Btw, I only had 1 perk on at the time which was Agitation
I know DC is something that'll never go away, but I do wish something more would be done to discourage it. It seems to happen a lot, and ruins everyone's experience.
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2021.09.25 02:37 No_524 Ahhh, negócios...

Como não encontrei nenhum sub sobre empreendedorismo/marketing, decidi vir aqui postar para tentar alcançar o pessoal que poderia me ajudar.
Seguinte, estou na reta final para poder publicar meu infoproduto, e estou na dúvida mortal. Já desenvolvi todo o roteiro das duas VSLs que iria desenvolver, mas quando fui testar, eu vi que a ""produção"" que eu poderia fazer, iria deixar tudo uma verdadeira bosta(grana para pagar profissionais para isso está escassa)
Agora estou em dúvida entre continuar com uma VSL meia boca, ou deixar apenas uma carta de vendas. Poderiam me ajudar?
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2021.09.25 02:37 lemuffin32 I think this movie might hold the key

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2021.09.25 02:37 julhana 85일_일요일을 준비하고 있어

오늘은 내 사무실에서 훈련이 있었어요. 일요일에 우리 학생들이 자격증 시험을 볼 거예요. 다음 심리상담사를 찾아갔어요
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2021.09.25 02:37 potatoesandleeks Which episode contains the 'Casper's nasty uncles' bit?

In an episode of short rest, the gang talks about the Casper movie and Murph brings up the 'nasty uncles'. I remember i cried laughing while listening to that episode and I can't find it to save my life!! Does anyone have any idea?
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2021.09.25 02:37 bauldersgate Trials of titans.

I've seen more titans this week than ever before. All they are doing is rotating barricades and camping the point. Super fun.
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2021.09.25 02:37 SoraShiuninYugoTrash This part is loose on my laptop causing it to sound like a lawn mower when the laptop is running. What's the best way to secure it back in place?

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2021.09.25 02:37 macattak8 Thinking of going to my first card show tomorrow any advice?

Stuff I should look out for? Negotiating tips? Common etiquette a newb may not know?
Not going to have a big budget so may look for a few cheap slabs and mostly stick to the dollar boxes.
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2021.09.25 02:37 tonikscul Doing courses online

Does anyone have any experience with or suggestions for doing courses online? I'm looking for a course in psychology or social studies, but I want to do it remote. I'm looking at courses on a site called but I'm not sure if its legit or not.
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2021.09.25 02:37 ___statik Party dood, pen on paper by me.

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2021.09.25 02:37 warcriminaldude Remove the ability for irons to crash other irons at corp!!

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2021.09.25 02:37 Nicolax11 H: Caps, various Nuka Cola, the ability to turn 1 empty Fusion Core into 9 to 19 full Ultracite Cores W: One Star or better Quad Plasma Rifle

just lookin for a basic quad plasma rifle, if it has 25% aim damage then that's even better
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2021.09.25 02:37 NeopolitanVagina What's your favorite story from when you were a teenager?

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2021.09.25 02:37 bigbear0083 Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning September 27th, 2021

Good Friday evening to all of you here on StockMarketChat. I hope everyone on this sub made out pretty nicely in the market this past week, and is ready for the new trading week ahead.
Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for the trading week beginning September 27th, 2021.
Stocks face another turbulent week as the third quarter winds down - (Source)

After recent turbulence, markets are likely to close out the final week of the third quarter with another bout of volatility.
Stocks posted big moves in the past week. First, fears of financial contagion coming from Chinese developer Evergrande sent stocks skidding Monday. Those losses were reversed by Thursday, when the market ripped higher. The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were positive for the week, while the Nasdaq was flat.
“I think this market turmoil has yet to conclude,” CFRA chief investment strategist Sam Stovall said. “Certainly September is doing what it normally does. It frustrates investors.”
The three major stock indexes are also higher for the third quarter.
Strategists say how the market trades in the coming week may be the most important development, after the wild swings in stocks and also the rapid rise in Treasury yields late in the week. The 10-year rate had shot up to 1.46% by Friday after trading at about 1.31% on Wednesday.
The S&P 500 was down about 1.5% for September.
“We are getting long in the tooth. The technical indicators are pointing to distribution. We’re seeing prices roll over, breadth roll over. You’re seeing sentiment roll over,” Stovall said, noting the market’s breadth needs to improve, and many stocks are trading below their 200-day moving average.
October is a ‘seismic’ month “I think October will be true to itself, which is a very volatile month. October’s volatility is 36% higher than the average of the other 11 months of the year,” Stovall added. “Volatility is higher and you have a greater number of pullbacks, corrections and bear markets that either start or end in the month. It is a seismic month.”
Wealth management firm Wellington Shields warns that the fact many stocks have fallen below their 200-day moving average is a negative for the market. Just 59% of the stocks on the New York Stock Exchange remain above it, or in an uptrend, according to the firm. The 200-day moving average is the average of the last 200 closing prices of a stock or index, and it’s viewed as a momentum indicator.
“The rule is that when this 200-day number drops from above 80% to below 60%, it usually goes below 30%. Forgetting that, the real point is that while most stocks may be advancing, barely more than half are advancing enough to be in uptrends. With the market just a few percent below its highs, this is a concern,” Wellington said in a note.
What to watch In the coming week, there are a few key economic reports including including durable goods Monday and ISM manufacturing Friday. There is also personal consumption expenditure data Friday, which the Federal Reserve monitors for its inflation index.
The Federal Reserve will remain a big focus in the week ahead. There will be a host of Fed speakers, including Chairman Jerome Powell, who testifies twice before Congress on the pandemic and the policy response to it. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will join him for the hearings Tuesday and Thursday. Powell also appears on a European Central Bank panel with other central bank leaders Wednesday.
Investors will also be watching Congress in the week ahead, as lawmakers attempts to pass a funding plan in time to avert a government shutdown Oct. 1. The debt ceiling is expected to be part of that debate, but strategists do not expect it to be resolved at the same time. They say this could hang over the markets for several weeks before Congress raises the debt ceiling.
Fed speakers are not expected to provide any new information, but they could fine tune their message after the central bank signaled this past Wednesday that it expects to begin paring down its $120 billion in in monthly bond purchases soon. The Fed also released a new forecast for interest rates, which revealed that half of the 18 Fed officials expect to raise interest rates next year.
“I think what the Fed’s achieved so far is a taper without a tantrum,” Bannockburn Global Forex chief market strategist Marc Chandler said.
“I think a lot of people who invest in the market have a sense they are skating on thin ice, and any crack could be a big one. ... People are highly sensitive and nervous because they know valuations are stretched,” he said. “That means we should expect these episodic jumps in volatility.”
Chandler said the market will need to digest the recent moves, particularly the move higher in Treasury yields.
“What we’ve got to wait for now is finding this new equilibrium. What kind of market should we expect? Trending? Or do we try to find a range?” he said. “I think we find a range. We need some hurdles to pass.” Chandler added that one hurdle is the September jobs report on Oct. 8.
The Fed is expected to taper its $120 billion monthly bond purchases unless there is shockingly weak employment data. “That is the only thing that stands in the way of Fed tapering,” Chandler said.
Wells Fargo’s Michael Schumacher said the quarter end could be quiet in terms of big funds rebalancing. “The equity market bounced around. It’s up on the quarter. That wasn’t much when you compare it to the bond performance,” he said.
The 10-year yield made an unusually volatile round trip move in the third quarter. It was 1.47% on June 30, and it was as high as 1.46% on Friday. In between, it dipped to 1.12% in early August. Schumacher said the bond market could be quieter ahead of the quarter end, and the 10-year yield could then resume its move higher.
Some strategists watch the 10-year Treasury yield as a leading indicator for stocks. It is also linked to moves in technology and other high-growth stocks.
# What’s next Fairlead Strategies founder Katie Stockton said high growth and tech are susceptible now to moves in the 10-year Treasury yield. She said the technology sector is the most overbought in relative terms, when comparing the sector to the S&P 500. The S&P 500 tech sector was up nearly 1% for the week, and it was up nearly 6% for the quarter.
"We would consider reducing exposure to growthy ETFs like ARKK and would be respectful of any breakdowns,” Stockton said.
Investors have been fixated on the S&P 500′s 50-day moving average, which sat at 4,439 on Friday. For the first time this year, the index broke below and closed under the average for multiple sessions this past week. By Thursday, it regained the 50-day and finished above it. The broad-market index closed above the 50-day moving average on Friday, at 4,455.
The 50-day is literally the average of the last 50 closing prices, and it is viewed as an important momentum indicator, just as the 200-day moving average is. A break above could signal a positive move, and a break below it could mean more downside.
Stockton said the relief rally in the S&P 500 could resume in the coming week. “But we think it will fade by the end of the week given the downturns in our intermediate-term indicators. We expect the SPX to make a lower high,” she wrote in a note.
She expects the 10-year Treasury yield could continue higher. “Momentum appears to be shifting to the upside and next resistance is near 1.53%. The breakout should benefit the financial sector, which saw significant outperformance [Thursday],” Stockton noted.
This past week saw the following moves in the S&P: (CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL S&P TREE MAP FOR THE PAST WEEK!) S&P Sectors for this past week: (CLICK HERE FOR THE S&P SECTORS FOR THE PAST WEEK!) Major Indices for this past week: (CLICK HERE FOR THE MAJOR INDICES FOR THE PAST WEEK!) Major Futures Markets as of Friday's close: (CLICK HERE FOR THE MAJOR FUTURES INDICES AS OF FRIDAY!) Economic Calendar for the Week Ahead: (CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL ECONOMIC CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK AHEAD!) Percentage Changes for the Major Indices, WTD, MTD, QTD, YTD as of Friday's close: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) S&P Sectors for the Past Week: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Major Indices Pullback/Correction Levels as of Friday's close: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Major Indices Rally Levels as of Friday's close: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Most Anticipated Earnings Releases for this week: ([CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!]()) (T.B.A. THIS WEEKEND.)
Here are the upcoming IPO's for this week: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Friday's Stock Analyst Upgrades & Downgrades: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART LINK #1!) (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART LINK #2!) (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART LINK #3!)
September Seasonality Update Well. Seasonality is back. Everyone in the financial media has been talking about September seasonal weakness lately. And here we are in September and the market has sold off the 5% or so we projected last month. And it did so in the notoriously treacherous week after September quarterly options and futures expiration.
Then as expected traders and fund managers bought the 5% dip as they have throughout this bull market rally with the blessing of the Federal Reserve’s continuing dovish tone and accommodative policy that they reinforced at the conclusion of yesterday’s FOMC meeting.
We do not expect stocks to succumb to the October curse this year. That doesn’t rule out some downside disturbance, but we do not foresee an impending crash, massacre or big selloff of the sort that have given October it’s dubious reputation as the jinx month.
Many of the same geopolitical, political, fundamental and technical headwinds we highlighted last month remain, as well as some others, so another 5% or so pullback is quite likely as Wall Street still may suffer from chronic “Octoberphobia.”
We’ve been doing this for decades and this pullback was prototypical end of Q3 window dressing and institutional selling. Several factors weighed on the markets, but most had been there all year. So why did the market selling off this month? Seasonality.
Individual Investor Sentiment Bounces Back Last week saw a massive decline in optimism according to the AAII's weekly investor sentiment survey. In fact, bullish sentiment saw its largest one-week decline in over two years. Even though the S&P 500 has technically declined more in the week leading up to this week's survey than last week's, sentiment actually improved with the percentage of respondents reporting as bullish rising from 22.4% to 29.9%. That was the biggest one-week increase since the first week of July, but the percentage of bullish respondents is still well below the past year's range.
(CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Even though there was a big pickup in bullish sentiment, bearish sentiment was only little changed. This reading only fell 0.1 percentage points to 39.3%. That remains at a level above anything observed since last fall.
(CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) That means that mostly all of the gains to bullish sentiment this week borrowed heavily from the neutral camp. Neutral sentiment fell sharply this week shedding 7.4 percentage points. That was the biggest one-week decline since a 7.5 percentage point drop in the first week of August.
We'd also note that while last week saw a big shift in sentiment among individual investors, this week, newsletter writers followed suit as bullish sentiment among that group fell below 50% to 47.1% for the lowest reading since May. Bearish sentiment meanwhile rose to 22.3% which is the highest reading since October 7th of last year.
STOCK MARKET VIDEO: Stock Market Analysis Video for Week Ending September 24th, 2021 ([CLICK HERE FOR THE YOUTUBE VIDEO!]()) (VIDEO NOT YET POSTED)
STOCK MARKET VIDEO: ShadowTrader Video Weekly 9.26.21 (CLICK HERE FOR THE YOUTUBE VIDEO!) Here are the most notable companies (tickers) reporting earnings in this upcoming trading week ahead-
Below are some of the notable companies coming out with earnings releases this upcoming trading week ahead which includes the date/time of release & consensus estimates courtesy of Earnings Whispers:
DISCUSS! What are you all watching for in this upcoming trading week?
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and a great trading week ahead StockMarketChat. :)
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2021.09.25 02:37 JANGOxFETA 9 Month old puppy has started chewing out of nowhere

I have had my puppy since she was old enough to be taken home. She has always been a very well behaved dog with the first few weeks being the most difficult.
In those few weeks she would chew shoes, controllers, wires; basically anything she could find. I trained her to go to her chew toys instead of the assortment of items she should not be putting in her mouth (not just because of the fact that she was damaging stuff around the house but she just should not be eating wiring and rubber).
Once in a great while she would start to nibble on things she shouldn’t but she would never “chew” them. This stopped completely once she grew in her adult teeth.
Here in the past week she has started this behavior again and I really don’t understand why. I am not giving her less attention, she still has an assortment of toys; I try to get her one every few weeks. But now the things she is chewing is getting more extreme: couch cushions, the side of the wall, and yet again wires.
If anyone could please help me understand this behavior and how to stop it; it would be greatly appreciated.
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