2022.01.25 14:24 cwbecke Altimeter?

Are there any in game ways(not modded since I'm using a dedicated server) to figure out my altitude/elevation? I'm trying to create a transit network above all my factories and could probably just build foundations across the map but it would be easier if I could route the materials up as I go.
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2022.01.25 14:24 Darpa_Chief Kucherov in COVID 19 protocol

Not a terrible time for it to happen as he only has 2 games this week.
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2022.01.25 14:24 antenico666 some super fun and seggsy vday flash. @lime.thyme.tattoos

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2022.01.25 14:24 mrdenizkrtl Max Verstappen's blockade - 2021 Saudi Arabian Gran Prix

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2022.01.25 14:24 ThundersGuy Flatstoria

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2022.01.25 14:24 irma-harding Chicken folks of Madison. Where do you get your chicks from?

I've been planning out my order of chicks to start my backyard chicken career and I am seeing all the hatcheries surrounding Madison have minimum order requirements. Where do you get your chicks from? I was planning on going through Abendroth as they used to not have required minimum but starting in 2021 they do a minimum order of twelve, with at least . Worst case, I will try to find a few people willing to put in an order together but I was wondering if anyone knew an alternative. If you're interested in putting in an order together I can swap contact info :)
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2022.01.25 14:24 NewsElfForEnterprise Managed services provider Syntax will help Oracle get its on-prem customers to the cloud

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2022.01.25 14:24 Username_was_taken0 [Tojux] Twilight Slamata / An Empty Jam {Castlevania x Space Jam}

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2022.01.25 14:24 Beautiful-pain Who’s better ginola or inform neymar

Used ginola earlier in the year but sold him because he was 2 mil but absolutely loved him, just saw him and inform neymar was a very similar price and wondered who you would choose
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2022.01.25 14:24 mayahalp Help understanding division

I've always been terrible at math and I've realised that a huge stumbling block for me comes from not fully understanding division. It started when I was trying to comprehend division and fractions as the same thing, and, while I think I get it now, I feel like it would've been so easy for me to just move on from the most basic division to treating fractions like a completely different thing again. Another example is, when I was reading about the law of cosines, it said that the angle and the opposite side are proportional, meaning if you increase one, the other increases as well. This was demonstrated simply by dividing the sine with the opposite side, or vice versa. This proportionality is something I struggle with understanding, and it also makes it hard to fully understand formulas. I also notice that a lot of formulas basically use division to "filter out" certain things (for example, dividing by 2 to account for numbers being paired up). I feel like division has a lot of uses like this that I don't notice or don't tie together into a coherent whole because I'm so used to thinking of it on a baby level of "How many apples fit into baskets?", or just following the steps.
Are there any explanations and exercises (preferably visual) that would really make me understand this? If I just do the written problems it's all too easy for me to follow the steps without truly visualising and understanding what I'm doing, like what happened with fractions. I knew how to work with them, but I never truly comprehended them as division. A big point of confusion for me was that they were always depicted as a pie divided into pieces, when in reality, it's the piece that we're dividing by the whole pie.
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2022.01.25 14:24 LoneElf909246 muck

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2022.01.25 14:24 MushwoomSheesh What

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2022.01.25 14:24 viewtoathrill Criterion by Spine 34: Strasti po Andreyu (Andrei Rublev, 1966)

Every Tuesday I’m going to try and post a Criterion movie on here to discuss. I am going to go in order of spine release and would love to hear from people who have already seen it or are curious to see it. I will post a brief review below as well as a question for discussion in the comments.
This week is Spine #34, Andrei Rublev. As of January 25th, 2022 it is available to stream on the Channel in the US with additional supplements, has a DVD and Blu-ray release, and was Laserdisc spine #222.
Dir: Andrei Tarkovsky
205 minutes.
They Shoot Pictures (2021): 23
Immortality for an artist can be achieved but they are plagued with distractions when they are alive.
As I let this film marinate for a few days, the theme that kept jumping out to me was distractions. Andrei Rublev was a talented painter, and was gaining recognition, and these glimpses we get into his life and the lives of his closest friends caused me to reflect on the importance of vision and focus.
In fact, before we even meet Rublev we get a scene with a man who is trying to fly in a balloon. He crashes the balloon and dies. We are given no context for this brave attempt, no explanation as to what happened, and the film never mentions him again. Why? I’m not sure but I believe it is Tarkovsky’s way of telling us that history does not remember those who do not succeed. The reason he gives no background for this man who failed is that he is meant to be indicative of what happens to those of us who lose focus and stop short of achieving our goals. If this particular man has no relevance to history then why should we learn anything about him other than to contrast his failure with the monumental success of our protagonist.
Following this scene, there are two parts to the film and eight sections. Part 1 contains four short sections. We watch Rublev resist the temptation to be foolish and lose focus with a crowd of drunken revelers. There is a slow panorama shot of the entire crowd as if to highlight the amount of time Rublev is tempted to dive in with them and lose focus on his mission. But he persists. We then cut to a scene where one of his compatriots tries to cut him out of an opportunity to be mentored by one of the great painters of the era. This works out poorly for his friend, and Rublev ultimately decides not to allow him in his life anymore while he leaves to pursue his destiny. To this point, we have seen the rejection of fun and friendship that would stand in his way.
We then see scenes that play out the temptation of lust and youth followed by the temptation of bending artistic integrity at the chase of quick money and comfort here on earth. The artists that chase temporary gain get their eyes gouged out and are not allowed to practice their craft anymore, so it seems Tarkovsky has an opinion on the matter.
Things continue to stay difficult for Rublev in Part 2 as his region is invaded by an outsider army and there are macro-political conflicts that sever his ties with art and force existential doubt to creep in his mind. Does art matter if people are being slaughtered around him? Does art matter at all? He loses focus and gives up painting as he takes a vow of silence. In a shorter sequence, we see Rublev lose his last connection to his artistic past before the final scene in which a young, earnest boy has the weight of the world on his shoulders and successfully completes an impossible assignment to get a bell made with little training.
Rublev is inspired by the determination and bravery of the young boy and breaks his vow of silence to say that he will start painting again. If we can briefly focus on the Christ comparisons in the story - since it is called the Passion of Andrei Rublev, these closing triumphant moments mirror the resurrection of Christ after being in hell for three days. Rublev is back and he is on the path to immortality.
The only thing I have not talked about in this long-winded writing is if I liked the film. Here’s the thing, there’s a reason this is rated as the 23rd best film of all time. The technical aspects of the film are perfect, the allegory is well constructed and layered in its execution. Tarkovsky tells a story that can be seen as a near-religious text for artists or those who are pursuing a complex vision with many possibilities of distraction. But I struggled to find the heart in the story. Tarkovsky seems like a severe dude who deals in absolutes, and that is not me. I am the guy who jumps in the balloon at the beginning of the story. I have no aspirations for immortality and am okay with the idea of just dying. I think most of us are at the end of the day. So, the story is not for me but I can recognize the beauty that was created by Tarkovsky and respect the work.
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2022.01.25 14:24 ___tony____ Offering help anywhere! [DS3] [PS5]

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2022.01.25 14:24 Signal-Fassi6793 Who do you find more good looking ?(be honest)

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2022.01.25 14:24 gusgusthegreat Functional bff

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2022.01.25 14:24 washingtonpost Capitol police officer Eugene Goodman speaks publicly for first time since Jan. 6 insurrection

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2022.01.25 14:24 ValBluest Hi devsisters!

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2022.01.25 14:24 AngularFlapjacks Restrictions?

Anyone on the island actually seeing restrictions based on the announced orange light change?
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2022.01.25 14:24 XaRos_72 Just a vid that i made.

What do u think for the song ? Is the most proper for Vanguard gameplay or what ?
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2022.01.25 14:24 Caringcircuit Aiyima A07

I am using KEF Q350+ Topping PA3S. It sounds really good but I have to turn the volume to almost 3o clock to get a good bass. Is the Aiyima A07 considered an upgrade over the PA3S or should I save more and get the Topping PA5?
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2022.01.25 14:24 Salman50505 Big brain time.

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2022.01.25 14:24 irishjihad Russia continues to prepare it's helo force for the invasion . . .

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2022.01.25 14:24 gifters_only Join my Live Group "Late Night Funhouse🖤💋", ONLY valid for 24h.

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2022.01.25 14:24 RyanKen0bi The Chima cameo in Curse World II was actually just reused animation with Morro and Lloyd edited in

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