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2021.11.29 04:48 Excidium_Nick After 24 hours with Halo Infinite, Here's what I think.

After some considerable time, I thought i'd give my two cents on Halo Infinite Multiplayer BETA (keyword, friends). I've been a halo player since I was a child. Watching family play till one day I got to play it. One thing that has been consistent, in my opinion, has been the multiplayer. With Halo MCC and Halo 5's multiplayer being absolute knockouts, the expectations were set high for the multiplayer. Did they live up to the Halo standard? Well..... yes and no. For this, I will break things up into the following category's: Appearance, Customization, How it feels, The battle pass/challenges, Match types, Weapons, Vehicles, Maps, and overall fun factor.

Appearance: Let's not beat around the bush; This game is gorgeous. Halo has always made some pretty amazing games with amazing scenery. Makes me feel anticipated to see what the campaign looks like. If you have a high powered PC or next gen console, you're in luck. But even I can get some pretty good graphics with a 1060. But looks aren't everything...

Customization: Yeah, this was a little bit of a letdown. Reach, MCC, and even 5 had some pretty stellar customization to your spartan. I'm not a huge fan of it. I know in Halo games there's a progression system for unlocking new gear, but something about this just feels.... off. I wish there were more emblems for your spartan as well. But I guess the angry kitty is cute.

How It Feels: After tweaking the controls around, it feels alright. Your standard FPS controls, I guess. There not really much to say. But hey, we got the power slide now, along with gaining shields back whilst sprinting (inb4 "sprinting ruined halo").

The Battlepass/Challenges: What hasn't been said so far? They're just.... not that good. The progression system is one of the worst I've seen in any game. 343 has addressed this issue and are fixing it so at least we have that. But in its current state, it's just ugly. The challenges are fine, but it does rely on you having a good team sometimes. And considering alot of the times people dip when they're down by 5 points.... yeah, that can be rough.

Match Types: Close your eyes and picture what the multiplayer in a Halo game is. Wanna play slayer? You got it. Wanna do some CTF? Aye. Fiesta time? Fiesta time. Now open your eyes and, well look at that, its your 5th game of oddball in a row!
Not being able to queue for different games is frustrating, especially when you have challenges to do in one specific type of game mode. However, when you are in the mood for playing said match type, they can be pretty fun to downright frustrating. Frustrating as in either "god I'm awful" or "god my team is awful".

Weapons: I'm gonna say it.... I don't find much wrong with the guns. My biggest gripe is with the shotgun, hydra, plasma rifle. The shotgun feels like it got the Halo 2 nerf. The hydra is a situational weapon that sometimes works. And the plasma rifle is just a placeholder til you find a new gun to pick up. Everything else is alright to me. I love this game's pistol, and the skewer is just insane. Sniping in this game feels clean as well. Overall, they're not all bad. Def takes some getting used to.

Vehicles: They're.... pretty much what you'd expect from a halo game.

Maps: I'm 50/50 on the maps. Sometimes I can click with them, other times I'm on Behemoth. I guess this takes some getting used to. But hopefully they'll be rolling out more maps by either release day or a little after release.

Overall fun factor: In a group, it's some of the most fun you'll have. It's classic halo in a group essentially. And when you take it to BTB, it only gets more hectic from there. But, saying its good with friends is such an overused statement. Solo..... it's fine. There's really not that much to do besides challenges and a selection between 3 game modes. I'm not saying you still cant have fun, because you can. But in its current state, the fun usually runs out within an hour or two of solo playing.

My final thoughts: Is this a perfect Halo game? In it's current state, no. There are things 343 can improve on between now and December 8th. I do think this has potential to be an amazing Halo multiplayer. It just seems kind of lackluster in it's current form. HOWEVER; This is still technically a BETA. They have a week and a half to work on buffing out the multiplayer. If all goes well, they'll at least improve on quite a bit, if not all of what I stated. If all doesn't go well.... well, then I'll be very disappointed. I am still very excited for the official release.
I say, currently, its a 6.5-7/10. Not bad, but still some things they could've done better. But I feel some of the hate for this game is unwarranted. Yes, we know, "Halo 3 is the holy relic of halo. Nothing will ever top that" except Reach and 5's multiplayer was leagues above it, in my opinion. Give it till the 8th, and if nothing has changed or its got worse, then have at it.
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2021.11.29 04:48 SweCBot Pånyttfödda Geforce RTX 2060 får extra CUDA-kärnor och 12 GB minne

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2021.11.29 04:48 SlavaChvi ‘Yellowstone’ Recap: Jamie’s Life Changes Forever After A Shocking Reveal

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2021.11.29 04:48 GameWaveYTdude Shit

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2021.11.29 04:48 DaMlgMasta2995 Breaking away from the chains of fate

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2021.11.29 04:48 birdiejett They were “””Homosocial”””

So a little while back my lit class was studying the Illiad, when we inevitably got to the CLASSIC Achilles/Patroclus discussion, the professor told us they likely weren’t so much homosexual as “homosocial”, having the strong platonic male bond that was common back then. I’ve literally never heard this term before and I’m half-convinced my professor made it up solely to dodge the Patrochilles shipping.
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2021.11.29 04:48 sasalek Here are all the laws MPs are voting on this week, explained in plain English!

Click here to join more than 5,000 people and get this in your email inbox for free every Sunday. Click here for daily updates on Twitter.
The government's long-awaited leasehold reforms get underway this week.
MPs debate a law limiting how much ground rent can be charged on new leases. Historically the amount was nominal, but in recent years it's increased, which can make selling or re-mortgaging a challenge.
MPs will also consider the law implementing the recent Budget announcements.
While most bills are scrutinised by a small group of MPs at committee stage, important ones are considered by a "committee of the whole house" which means everyone can take part.
And Friday brings another load of private members' bills.
Time constraints mean only a few will be heard.
MONDAY 29 NOVEMBER Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Bill - 2nd reading Begins widescale reform of the leasehold system. Restricts ground rent on new leaseholds to a nominal ("peppercorn") amount. Started in the Lords.
TUESDAY 30 NOVEMBER Microplastic Filters (Washing Machines) Bill Requires manufacturers to fit microplastic-catching filters to new domestic and commercial washing machines, among other things. Ten minute rule motion presented by Alberto Costa.
WEDNESDAY 1 DECEMBER Quarries (Planning) Bill Creates a presumption against approving quarry developments near settlements. Requires the risks to health and the environment to be assessed as part of that planning process. Ten minute rule motion presented by Matt Western.
Finance (No. 2) Bill - committee stage Implements the changes announced in the Budget.
THURSDAY 2 DECEMBER No votes scheduled
FRIDAY 3 DECEMBER Copyright (Rights and Remuneration of Musicians, Etc.) Bill - 2nd reading Aims to improve rights for musicians. Measures include splitting streaming revenues fairly between labels and artists (which is already the case for broadcast usage), as well as giving artists more information on the revenue generated by their work, and the ability to adjust existing contracts if the amount paid for work is found to be unfair. Private members' bill presented by Kevin Brennan.
Acquired Brain Injury Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to publish a strategy for improving the delivery of public services for people with an acquired brain injury. Private members' bill presented by Chris Bryant.
Asylum Seekers (Permission to Work) Bill - 2nd reading Grants asylum seekers permission to work if they have waited six months for a decision on their asylum application. Private members' bill presented by Carol Monaghan.
Miscarriage Leave Bill - 2nd reading Gives paid leave to people who have experienced a miscarriage. Private members' bill presented by Angela Crawley.
Asylum Seekers (Accommodation Eviction Procedures) Bill - 2nd reading Allows asylum seekers to challenge a proposed eviction in an independent court or tribunal. Establishes asylum seeker accommodation eviction procedures for public authorities. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Disability Benefit Assessments (Recording) Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to allow Disability Benefit applicants to have their eligibility assessment recorded on audio. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Unauthorised Development (Offences) Bill Makes unauthorised development without planning permission an offence and bans retrospective planning applications. At the moment, in the event of unauthorised developments, a council will usually serve an enforcement notice requiring the property owner to put things back as they were. Private members' bill presented by Gareth Bacon.
Company Transparency (Carbon in Supply Chains) Bill - 2nd reading Requires companies to prepare an annual statement on carbon in their supply chains. Ten minute rule motion by Karen Bradley.
Planning (Street Plans) Bill - 2nd reading Grants the relevant planning permission to local authorities when they confirm a "street plan", a plan for development on a specified street. Private members' bill presented by John Penrose.
Pedicabs (London) Bill - 2nd reading Regulates pedicabs to the same degree as taxis and private hire services. Requires drivers to have a licence from Transport for London to operate, and gives TfL the power to regulate prices and vehicles used. Private members' bill presented by Nickie Aiken.
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2021.11.29 04:48 ryecl 5x5 for the week

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2021.11.29 04:48 adkai Always looks a lil bit surprised

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2021.11.29 04:48 swimmaster1 Now that’s some real frost

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2021.11.29 04:48 Janevabt I’m not good with titles

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2021.11.29 04:48 sasalek Here are all the laws MPs are voting on this week, explained in plain English!

Click here to join more than 5,000 people and get this in your email inbox for free every Sunday. Click here for daily updates on Twitter.
The government's long-awaited leasehold reforms get underway this week.
MPs debate a law limiting how much ground rent can be charged on new leases. Historically the amount was nominal, but in recent years it's increased, which can make selling or re-mortgaging a challenge.
MPs will also consider the law implementing the recent Budget announcements.
While most bills are scrutinised by a small group of MPs at committee stage, important ones are considered by a "committee of the whole house" which means everyone can take part.
And Friday brings another load of private members' bills.
Time constraints mean only a few will be heard.
MONDAY 29 NOVEMBER Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Bill - 2nd reading Begins widescale reform of the leasehold system. Restricts ground rent on new leaseholds to a nominal ("peppercorn") amount. Started in the Lords.
TUESDAY 30 NOVEMBER Microplastic Filters (Washing Machines) Bill Requires manufacturers to fit microplastic-catching filters to new domestic and commercial washing machines, among other things. Ten minute rule motion presented by Alberto Costa.
WEDNESDAY 1 DECEMBER Quarries (Planning) Bill Creates a presumption against approving quarry developments near settlements. Requires the risks to health and the environment to be assessed as part of that planning process. Ten minute rule motion presented by Matt Western.
Finance (No. 2) Bill - committee stage Implements the changes announced in the Budget.
THURSDAY 2 DECEMBER No votes scheduled
FRIDAY 3 DECEMBER Copyright (Rights and Remuneration of Musicians, Etc.) Bill - 2nd reading Aims to improve rights for musicians. Measures include splitting streaming revenues fairly between labels and artists (which is already the case for broadcast usage), as well as giving artists more information on the revenue generated by their work, and the ability to adjust existing contracts if the amount paid for work is found to be unfair. Private members' bill presented by Kevin Brennan.
Acquired Brain Injury Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to publish a strategy for improving the delivery of public services for people with an acquired brain injury. Private members' bill presented by Chris Bryant.
Asylum Seekers (Permission to Work) Bill - 2nd reading Grants asylum seekers permission to work if they have waited six months for a decision on their asylum application. Private members' bill presented by Carol Monaghan.
Miscarriage Leave Bill - 2nd reading Gives paid leave to people who have experienced a miscarriage. Private members' bill presented by Angela Crawley.
Asylum Seekers (Accommodation Eviction Procedures) Bill - 2nd reading Allows asylum seekers to challenge a proposed eviction in an independent court or tribunal. Establishes asylum seeker accommodation eviction procedures for public authorities. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Disability Benefit Assessments (Recording) Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to allow Disability Benefit applicants to have their eligibility assessment recorded on audio. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Unauthorised Development (Offences) Bill Makes unauthorised development without planning permission an offence and bans retrospective planning applications. At the moment, in the event of unauthorised developments, a council will usually serve an enforcement notice requiring the property owner to put things back as they were. Private members' bill presented by Gareth Bacon.
Company Transparency (Carbon in Supply Chains) Bill - 2nd reading Requires companies to prepare an annual statement on carbon in their supply chains. Ten minute rule motion by Karen Bradley.
Planning (Street Plans) Bill - 2nd reading Grants the relevant planning permission to local authorities when they confirm a "street plan", a plan for development on a specified street. Private members' bill presented by John Penrose.
Pedicabs (London) Bill - 2nd reading Regulates pedicabs to the same degree as taxis and private hire services. Requires drivers to have a licence from Transport for London to operate, and gives TfL the power to regulate prices and vehicles used. Private members' bill presented by Nickie Aiken.
Click here to join more than 5,000 people and get this in your email inbox for free every Sunday. Click here for daily updates on Twitter.
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2021.11.29 04:48 Daegli69 Newbie Problems

I'm extremely new to the game and got it a few days ago and the first game I started I had the help add-on and then it glitched and got deleted so I created a new one. Haven't put the help add-on back on my second one.
So here are my questions so far. 1. I've tried hitting the cogs multiple m u l t i p l e times in the Vaults but nothing ever happens. It's the one with cogs on each side with a plate that lights up a little bit below it. 2. How do you start making metal things? I haven't found any metal ingots yet, (it may be because I have only explored the island I'm on) but I really need to make a door. I have the big stone thing that you can make glass, wood, and nails with, will it be on that? 3. Do we ever get to play after we pass the storm? 4. Once you complete all of the missions you get from the messages in the bottles, are you able to get bombs?
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2021.11.29 04:48 luxuryghouls what is this ??? got it at a crystal store

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2021.11.29 04:48 pcaio The best suggestion for a short person that plays a lot of games. Is the Sayl the best one for me?

I need some help deciding what to get for playing pc games only for a short person(5'4"). The reason I say "playing games" is because I don't play with my head back towards the back of the chair and play a little more leaned in. I can't play any other way, so fixing my posture will just make my aim worse lol. I play competitively/stream and I need something more comfortable that this dxracer I'm on.
The funny thing is that I had a $60 staples chair that lost its cushion and also had a big seat depth(I never had my butt placed all the way to the back) but I found that I can aim better and felt more comfortable than this dxracer. The problem I have with this dxracer is that it feels like the seat tilts back at the end of the seat and forces my whole back to go more in a 30-50 degree angle. On the old chair, only towards the top of my back was leaning in. The dx makes it feel like my body is sinking back which is super uncomfortable and if I have try to place my butt towards the front of chair, it feels too stiff and feels like I have no leverage because the seat just dips too far down at the middle of the seat. I never had the problem sitting on the old $60 chair that didn't even fit me because the whole seat felt flat and it was more comfortable to place my butt towards the front of the chair since I'm short. I tried my friends secret lab titan which is for taller people and I found I can actually play comfortably on that one since the seat depth is so big it feels like it is flatter for longer. I already naturally lean forward a little bit but the these "bucket seats" that this dxracer uses forces you to lean back in the chair. So it feels like my whole body is working against the chair. It feels like I have to lean forward even more because the seat naturally forces you back into it if you want to sit properly on it.
I hope you can understand my problem, I play on low sensitivity so I'm always swiping my mouse a lot. Sitting on the dx makes it feel like I have no leverage to move my shoulders since it sinks me back.
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2021.11.29 04:48 nvixc t-shirt - NICK KAGE [seattle, south hill]

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2021.11.29 04:48 gannongonzo College Student needing advice regarding pc/laptop/tablet and storage/hardware

Hey everyone,
I’m a college student at Cal Poly SLO who needs some advice. For some background, I’m a computer science major concentrating in machine learning and artificial intelligence. Currently, I own a laptop (asus gl552vw) and a gaming pc I built 5ish years ago (1080ti, i7, 16 gigs). Right now, I’m using TeamViewer to transfer files/remote in from my laptop to my pc because I’m on university wifi. I don’t ssh anymore because i assume I’d need to portforward? I’m looking at holiday deals and I’m thinking about updating my current tech situation.
Issue #1: Is there a better way to access files (code, textbooks, pdfs, etc) from both my pc and my laptop? Can I make use of my pc’s hardware from my laptop? Is the best way to use a service/vm like from google’s cloud or aws or something? I honestly don’t know a whole lot about all this, but I use to ssh into my pc from my laptop when I lived at home.
Issue #2: Carrying my laptop around all day can be quite the hassle. It doesn’t have good battery life (3-4 hours at the very max) so I have to carry the laptop and the charger around. Honestly, I write my notes by hand in all my classes (even cs classes), so it’s probably not very necessary. I was planning on buying a slimmer laptop, but I’m scared this won’t be powerful enough to run some of the neural networks and other ML/AI I work on. This isn’t a problem tho if I can make use of my PC’s gpu from anywhere (back to issue #1). My other idea is to get a tablet to take notes and write a little code on. Once again, if I can connect my pc, laptop, and tablet to all share files somehow (issue #1), then I’d feel a lot better about leaving my laptop at home when I know I won’t need it. If this is the best situation, is the Samsung Tab S7 a good choice? I haven’t had the best time with apple phones/tablets and windows/linux pc’s.
Issue #3 (low priority): My pc was running at like 98% of it’s ram capacity. I checked the resource manager and there was the normal stuff like chrome and Firefox but there was also a McAfee program eating up most of the ram. I’ve temporarily disabled McAfee, but I’m on my dad’s McAfee subscription and I would like to keep it. I do a lot of ram intensive stuff, so maybe I should upgrade from 16-32 gigs of ram? There’s a good cyber Monday deal on Amazon that I might take advantage of.
Sorry for the long post. If anyone has any advice, I would love to hear it in the comments or a dm. Also, sorry for such a short notice, but I would like to take advantage of the cyber Monday deals tomorrow. I hate spending money (I rarely buy anything), so if there are any cheap solutions I’m all ears.
Laptop: Asus ROG GL552VW
Tablet: Samsung Tab S7
Ram: Cyber Monday Ram
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2021.11.29 04:48 Bigduudde2010 bigelow ginger peach turmeric

Does anyone know if bigelow ginger peach turmeric tea help with weight lose because it have spices in it because online it say that spice can help with weight loss
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2021.11.29 04:48 sasalek Here are all the laws MPs are voting on this week, explained in plain English!

Click here to join more than 5,000 people and get this in your email inbox for free every Sunday. Click here for daily updates on Twitter.
The government's long-awaited leasehold reforms get underway this week.
MPs debate a law limiting how much ground rent can be charged on new leases. Historically the amount was nominal, but in recent years it's increased, which can make selling or re-mortgaging a challenge.
MPs will also consider the law implementing the recent Budget announcements.
While most bills are scrutinised by a small group of MPs at committee stage, important ones are considered by a "committee of the whole house" which means everyone can take part.
And Friday brings another load of private members' bills.
Time constraints mean only a few will be heard.
MONDAY 29 NOVEMBER Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Bill - 2nd reading Begins widescale reform of the leasehold system. Restricts ground rent on new leaseholds to a nominal ("peppercorn") amount. Started in the Lords.
TUESDAY 30 NOVEMBER Microplastic Filters (Washing Machines) Bill Requires manufacturers to fit microplastic-catching filters to new domestic and commercial washing machines, among other things. Ten minute rule motion presented by Alberto Costa.
WEDNESDAY 1 DECEMBER Quarries (Planning) Bill Creates a presumption against approving quarry developments near settlements. Requires the risks to health and the environment to be assessed as part of that planning process. Ten minute rule motion presented by Matt Western.
Finance (No. 2) Bill - committee stage Implements the changes announced in the Budget.
THURSDAY 2 DECEMBER No votes scheduled
FRIDAY 3 DECEMBER Copyright (Rights and Remuneration of Musicians, Etc.) Bill - 2nd reading Aims to improve rights for musicians. Measures include splitting streaming revenues fairly between labels and artists (which is already the case for broadcast usage), as well as giving artists more information on the revenue generated by their work, and the ability to adjust existing contracts if the amount paid for work is found to be unfair. Private members' bill presented by Kevin Brennan.
Acquired Brain Injury Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to publish a strategy for improving the delivery of public services for people with an acquired brain injury. Private members' bill presented by Chris Bryant.
Asylum Seekers (Permission to Work) Bill - 2nd reading Grants asylum seekers permission to work if they have waited six months for a decision on their asylum application. Private members' bill presented by Carol Monaghan.
Miscarriage Leave Bill - 2nd reading Gives paid leave to people who have experienced a miscarriage. Private members' bill presented by Angela Crawley.
Asylum Seekers (Accommodation Eviction Procedures) Bill - 2nd reading Allows asylum seekers to challenge a proposed eviction in an independent court or tribunal. Establishes asylum seeker accommodation eviction procedures for public authorities. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Disability Benefit Assessments (Recording) Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to allow Disability Benefit applicants to have their eligibility assessment recorded on audio. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Unauthorised Development (Offences) Bill Makes unauthorised development without planning permission an offence and bans retrospective planning applications. At the moment, in the event of unauthorised developments, a council will usually serve an enforcement notice requiring the property owner to put things back as they were. Private members' bill presented by Gareth Bacon.
Company Transparency (Carbon in Supply Chains) Bill - 2nd reading Requires companies to prepare an annual statement on carbon in their supply chains. Ten minute rule motion by Karen Bradley.
Planning (Street Plans) Bill - 2nd reading Grants the relevant planning permission to local authorities when they confirm a "street plan", a plan for development on a specified street. Private members' bill presented by John Penrose.
Pedicabs (London) Bill - 2nd reading Regulates pedicabs to the same degree as taxis and private hire services. Requires drivers to have a licence from Transport for London to operate, and gives TfL the power to regulate prices and vehicles used. Private members' bill presented by Nickie Aiken.
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