G2 Esports vs Ninjas in Pyjamas / BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2022 - Group A Final / Post-Match Discussion

2022.01.28 19:35 G2Esports G2 Esports vs Ninjas in Pyjamas / BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2022 - Group A Final / Post-Match Discussion

submitted by G2Esports to G2eSports [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Pineconeius Dream XD design

Dream XD design submitted by Pineconeius to dreamsmp [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 tidy_bolmann [Collection] State of my humble collection in the midst of a larger collection

[Collection] State of my humble collection in the midst of a larger collection submitted by tidy_bolmann to Watches [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Kakyoin_Doughboy625 Rohan Visits Best Italian Restaurant In Morioh

Rohan Visits Best Italian Restaurant In Morioh submitted by Kakyoin_Doughboy625 to Eyesofheaven [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Inkedandmilky Tub of free books to start my bookshelf collection! This sub inspired me to do so!:)

Tub of free books to start my bookshelf collection! This sub inspired me to do so!:) submitted by Inkedandmilky to bookshelf [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 orestotle MENA vs OCE showdown the 4th of februari

submitted by orestotle to RocketLeagueEsports [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Der_Dingsbums Ich_Iel

Ich_Iel submitted by Der_Dingsbums to ich_iel [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 EmptyToe267 Doctors; what’s the dumbest way someone’s tried to fix their own injury?

submitted by EmptyToe267 to AskReddit [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 AlexKelly473 10 Best Lil Wayne Love Songs of All Time, Ranked

10 Best Lil Wayne Love Songs of All Time, Ranked submitted by AlexKelly473 to lilwayne [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 AKArein rn i'm having an existencial crisis realising how my brain and thoughts are doing pattern recognition schemes litteraly all the time and how much importance i give to it while i probably shouldn't.

submitted by AKArein to teenagersbutpog [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Iron_Phsyco My first attempt at merging characters. Pretty proud of the result

My first attempt at merging characters. Pretty proud of the result submitted by Iron_Phsyco to HeroForgeMinis [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 armymedtech Is Skele-Gro from Harry Potter real? Explained by a real doctor

Hi everyone!
As a big harry potter fan, I was always fascinated by magical medicine. In my new video, I explain the science behind a muggle medicine remarkably similar to skele-gro. Any feedback positive or negative welcome :D
https://youtu.be/ZbSersFLMoU
submitted by armymedtech to harrypotter [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Fabulous-Space6527 I looked it up it was just a futa beedrill, gotta say not that traumatizing

I looked it up it was just a futa beedrill, gotta say not that traumatizing submitted by Fabulous-Space6527 to CultOfHornie [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 VohaulsWetDream Thanks for prompting me during the rite, lad.

Thanks for prompting me during the rite, lad. submitted by VohaulsWetDream to kingdomcome [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Upper_Ad_2223 Crypto’s Long Road Ahead in Tunisia

Crypto’s Long Road Ahead in Tunisia submitted by Upper_Ad_2223 to Tunisia [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Da_Hood56 Deferred Early Action 2022.

Hello fellow users of Reddit, as it says in the title I was deferred early action to university of Miami. Miami is one of my top choices maybe top 3. What should I do to show my interest in the school, and how can I get in regular decision? Any information will help thanks!
submitted by Da_Hood56 to college [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Sh0ckm4ster My improv4humans4music record finally showed up today and its a beaut

My improv4humans4music record finally showed up today and its a beaut submitted by Sh0ckm4ster to Earwolf [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 SuperSibrowzky I have Steve's record player as well

I have Steve's record player as well
https://preview.redd.it/aw4sv9i6aie81.jpg?width=1280&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=213aaab9ac60cf912aac5ed581c84af26c575905
submitted by SuperSibrowzky to StevieT [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 NimbusHawthorn People of Reddit, which subreddit did you look for but didn't exist?

submitted by NimbusHawthorn to AskReddit [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 xray81x 🚀 Weird Vitalik 🚀 Don't miss this out 🚀

🚀 Weird Vitalik 🚀 Don't miss this out 🚀 submitted by xray81x to NFTCollect [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Accomplished-Deal702 Dialysis tech

So I have complained about a tech at my dialysis clinic 3 times because sometimes she don’t wear gloves to set up the machines. After I complained the first 2 times I seen her use gloves, but yesterday she wasn’t using gloves so I had to complain about her again . She’s been working there for like 5 years so she knows the protocols. This makes me really nervous for myself and others.
submitted by Accomplished-Deal702 to dialysis [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 Daithihboy Wan-Bissaka vs Dalot in the PL thus far this season.

Wan-Bissaka vs Dalot in the PL thus far this season. submitted by Daithihboy to Howson [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 GeneforTexas I got permabanned from r/howto for posting a guide on how to conduct yourself in an TV/Radio interview, but I'm posting here because every adult should have some preparation for this.

NOTE: I had posted this a few days ago in howto, thinking it would be helpful. But the thread got locked and I got permabanned in less than 24 hours... because reasons. Maybe it was too close to current controversies? Maybe because commenters were getting a little too salty? I don't know, they wouldn't tell me.
But, I had Redditors reach out and say that it was a useful thread and asked me to repost. Because while most of you are unlikely to be on cable news, there's actually a decent chance that you will be in front of a local TV camera or get to be on a radio show or podcast.
So, here's my HOW TO do such interviews with class and dignity, even if they are really hostile:
**********************************************************
Qualifications: I've been in elected office for a decade. I've spoken and taken hard questions in front of TV cameras, print reporters, cable news spots, and even ambush reporters. I'm not an expert by any means, but I've gotten more than my share of media training from experts and professionals. As a general rule, my staff tries not to book me on programs that are openly hostile, but sometimes there's no choice. (Especially if you get ambushed).
The most important rule to remember is this: there's no law that says you actually have to answer their question as it's asked. In fact, the true masters of this craft, like Kellyanne Conway, never answer anything, ever. They just repeat their talking points on every question. But they make it SOUND like they are answering the question. This is because they fold in parts of the question into their non-answer.
You can actually say anything you want. The live TV/radio segment is set for a certain time and they have to fill airtime. Unless you do something that's going to get them in hot water with the FCC, they don't really care.
Same with local TV reporters or newspaper reporters. They have the option to edit if it's not live. The second worse case scenario with them is they just won't use any of your interview. The WORSE case scenario is if you make a fool of yourself and that's all they use. News people KNOW when a soundbite is going to go viral. There's a feel for it. (I can always get quoted in press conferences because I can predict with decent accuracy which statements they will focus on).
So, you could just basically say nothing important, and be a punching bag, and just survive it. But, at the same time, you might as well use that opportunity to do something productive like get your points across and try to sway some of their viewers/listeners.
So this is what you do:
1- Have your main talking points ready. Know them. Write them down. Practice them. Practice them in the mirror. Say them in the shower. Get a feel of how it should sound coming out of your mouth. Make it so that it's almost a reflexive act. Have 3 big things that you HAVE to get out.
2- Think of simple ways to explain your points to normal people. Meaning people not on Reddit. So explanations that don't involve inside jokes, memes, primates, or General Grievous.
3- Think of how the interviewer's potential gotcha questions might be framed. What are the weaknesses of your position? How would YOU criticize your own position?
4- Try to find bridges between their gotcha questions and the simple explanations that you need to make. Use the terms and words from their question to pivot to your points.
5- When you're asked the gotcha questions, bridge and pivot to your talking points.
It might look something like this...
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
NOVICE:
Q: Aren't you just a bunch of lazy kids living off of your parents hard work?
A: Um. I guess. That's not fair. It's not like that. My parents suggested that I live at home. Stuff is expensive.
ADVANCED:
Q: Aren't you just a bunch of lazy kids living off of your parents hard work?
A: No, dude. I don't have a choice about this. Where am I supposed to live? I can't afford an apartment because the rent is through the roof. My company made record profits this year, but when I asked for a raise they told me to just be grateful I still have a job. My parents are going to have to keep working and not retire because I need help paying my student loans.
EXPERT:
Q: Aren't you just a bunch of lazy kids living off of your parents hard work?
A: My parents do work incredibly hard, just like millions of other American families. But the fact that they can't get ahead even with decades of hard work is why we're so mad. They shouldn't have to keep supporting their adult children, but crippling student debt, low wages, and skyrocketing housing prices also keep them from achieving their American Dream. Americans deserve better. The billionaires doubled their wealth while we beg for rental assistance. We're not against work. We're against being taken for granted. We're against being used. We're against being ground up and spit out like our parents. Americans deserve better!
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Look - doing this not always easy, especially on live TV or Radio. But that's why you prepare and practice.
The hardest part of this is that good interviewers will try to lull you into a false sense of security before slamming you. They will ask a bunch of easy questions they know you will want to answer. Then when you've developed a rhythm and comfort, they spring it! (We do the same thing in trial cross examinations) Be prepared for it. Anticipate it. If you want to see this in action, watch old clips of Barbara Walters interviewing people on 20/20. She gets people to confess to anything. It's the same method.
Pro-Tips to remember:
1- Have your main points memorized. Get them out however you can.
2- Deep breaths. You don't need to answer the moment they finish the question.
3- Stand legs apart if you are standing. So you don't faint. It'll also keep you from fidgeting and swaying.
4- You're going to be nervous/terrified the first time. Nothing can change that, work on controlling it. Prepare for the adrenaline and tunnel vision.
5- If you have to do something with your hands, put them behind you or at worst put them in your pockets. DO NOT CROSS INFRONT OF YOUR CHEST! Talking with your hands is fine if you do it normally.
6- Relax, be chill. Smile if you can. People like the message more if they like the messenger first.
7- Work on stopping "throat clearing" sounds - "um, uh, eh, er" Work on saying nothing. Just pause and breath instead. If you have to say something, use actual words like "Interesting", "Curious", or "Intriguing."
I hope this is useful. If you want I can do some pointers about public speaking, lobbying the government, and any number of things related to being an elected official who's also a geek.
-Gene
submitted by GeneforTexas to Adulting [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 PornstarAtlus Students Reze and Power

Students Reze and Power submitted by PornstarAtlus to ChainsawMan [link] [comments]


2022.01.28 19:35 _SpicySauce_ My first time smoking CBD and gave these Redwood Reserves menthols a try. They were decent and definitely achieved the relaxing effect I was looking for

My first time smoking CBD and gave these Redwood Reserves menthols a try. They were decent and definitely achieved the relaxing effect I was looking for submitted by _SpicySauce_ to CBD [link] [comments]


http://tuamoda.ru