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2022.01.21 20:52 Keptical welp... back to macroing :/
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2022.01.21 20:52 bellamegan Selling 2 tickets for subtronics soma San Diego show 22 Jan dm me if interested please x
2022.01.21 20:52 jack-of-all-trades1 J peezy need to stop this bleeding
2022.01.21 20:52 Mario9617 Ghost of Tsushima Episode 12 [Walkthrough/ Commentary]
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2022.01.21 20:52 Malnick95 My new addition....Mete SFX joins the family!
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2022.01.21 20:52 1chbinamin How should I deploy an app that is dependent on third party services like Meilisearch?
Hello, my first post in this subreddit.
I'm more of a developer but this time I need to know the most efficient way to deploy a Laravel app that has docker-compose inside with 2 services defined: meilisearch and redis. If it was only for Laravel app itself, then it would be straightforward: one web service. I'm using Digital Ocean for deployment. More specifically App Platform feature because it is a PaaS. I don't have to focus on server infrastructure so much. You can compare this feature to Heroku.
However, a service like Meilisearch has it's own url and port in development environment like http://localhost:7700. So I guess besides one web service for Laravel app itself, I need to create another one for Meilisearch and connect the app to this? That would be two times more expensive. Is there a better way to handle these things without being more expensive? is it better to use Droplets instead? Then it's more towards IaaS I suppose? Or what kind of deployment is considered as 'industry standard' or in your opinion 'most efficient' when you use docker-compose with third party services that connect with your app?
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2022.01.21 20:52 dmun001 What’s the craziest thing you’ve done in the name of love?
2022.01.21 20:52 AmunPharaoh This is one of my favourites
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2022.01.21 20:52 YaMumzie Rate my game 0 - 10
2022.01.21 20:52 PossibleInner Loss. From 500k in August to $300 at the end of the day today.
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2022.01.21 20:52 optimistandrealist struggling in this moment, so anxious and miss being able to get high to get away from everything
first time posting. I have been smoking daily for the past 20 years, and have wanted to get sober for the last 5. I found this forum and it is immensely helpful. I've taken a month off here and there throughout the years but have never been able to get past a month. I am 19 days sober as of today.
I am so anxious right now and stressed with life, and it's Friday, so all I want to do is smoke. We're remodeling our home, there's noise, disturbance, dust, the cost of this fucking project is increasing and I want to scream and get high to get away from it all. Just thought that posting and writing would help. I'm tired of fighting that addict within me rn. I'm just tired. Thanks for listening
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2022.01.21 20:52 beachnudist Noisy engine in extreme cold?
6000 miles in and whenever it gets below ~15 degrees F I hear a lot of what I would call lifter noise. This does not breed confidence with what I’ve been reading about the eco boost engines.
Anyone else hear a racket when it’s cold?
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2022.01.21 20:52 investingkev Trip.com (TCOM): Stock Breakdown & Analysis
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2022.01.21 20:52 SlaveGwen Where to start posting spicy pics on reddit?
Hi everyone! I'm just getting started with launching my own! Unfortunately though I cant figure out where to start posting my spicy pics on reddit because most of the subreddits have karma/age requirements.. Does anyone here know of any decent subreddits I would be able to post on to get started??
I'd really appreciate any help! Thanks in advance babes ❤️🥺❤️
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2022.01.21 20:52 Spazbean Gil Alexander death Consequences
2022.01.21 20:52 Res_Wafer421 Good Morning Everyone. Hope You Enjoy This Morning Relaxing Music | Boost Your Mood And Get Positive Energy
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2022.01.21 20:52 mustConfess-ssi-gpt2 I just found out my dad was in jail for selling his dog.
We were going to the house on a nice weekend when I found out he was in jail. He was very nice, but I knew he wouldn't take his dog. But when I found out that he was going to have a dog in jail for selling his dog, I decided to buy a puppy. I'm a puppy. We both like a good dog, so when I found out he was in jail for selling his dog, I decided to buy a puppy. I'm so sorry I have to work with that dog.
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2022.01.21 20:52 MissMabeliita Nongshim potato noodle ramen doctored up
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2022.01.21 20:52 mobleygso Machete Greensboro, #18 Yelp top 100 places to eat for 2022
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2022.01.21 20:52 Elbub_Sram Kinetic batteries in 2209 (vanilla). Did anyone ever got it that early ?
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2022.01.21 20:52 dem0n0cracy An endemic pathway to sheep and goat domestication at Aşıklı Höyük (Central Anatolia, Turkey)
An endemic pathway to sheep and goat domestication at Aşıklı Höyük (Central Anatolia, Turkey)
Mary C. Stiner,
Natalie D. Munro,
and Mihriban Özbaşaran
PNAS January 25, 2022 119 (4) e2110930119; https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2110930119 Edited by Fiona Marshall, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO; received June 13, 2021; accepted December 9, 2021
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Sheep and goats (caprines) were domesticated in Southwest Asia, but how and in how many places remain open questions. Our analysis of caprine age and sex structures and related data reveal a local (endemic) domestication process at Aşıklı Höyük in Central Anatolia. Beginning ca. 10,400 y ago, caprine management segued through a series of viable systems over the next 1,000 y. The earliest stage simply involved capturing wild lambs and kids and growing them on site to supplement a broad-spectrum forager diet. Soon, low-level breeding began within the settlement along with catching and raising wild infants. By the end of the archaeological sequence, large numbers of animals were produced from captive herds, which gave rise to early domesticated forms
Sheep and goats (caprines) were domesticated in Southwest Asia in the early Holocene, but how and in how many places remain open questions. This study investigates the initial conditions and trajectory of caprine domestication at Aşıklı Höyük, which preserves an unusually high-resolution record of the first 1,000 y of Neolithic existence in Central Anatolia. Our comparative analysis of caprine age and sex structures and related evidence reveals a local domestication process that began around 8400 cal BC. Caprine management at Aşıklı segued through three viable systems. The earliest mode was embedded within a broad-spectrum foraging economy and directed to live meat storage on a small scale. This was essentially a “catch-and-grow” strategy that involved seasonal capture of wild lambs and kids from the surrounding highlands and raising them several months prior to slaughter within the settlement. The second mode paired modest levels of caprine reproduction on site with continued recruitment of wild infants. The third mode shows the hallmarks of a large-scale herding economy based on a large, reproductively viable captive population but oddly directed to harvesting adult animals, contra to most later Neolithic practices. Wild infant capture likely continued at a low level. The transitions were gradual but, with time, gave rise to early domesticated forms and monumental differences in human labor organization, settlement layout, and waste accumulation. Aşıklı was an independent center of caprine domestication and thus supports the multiple origins evolutionary model.
pre-Pottery Neolithicsheep and goat managementmortality patternszooarchaeologyforager–producer transition
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2022.01.21 20:52 WeekendHoliday5695 Fellow skeletons: has anyone compiled a list of businesses willing to accept bones or worms as payment?
2022.01.21 20:52 turkilltin16 Mizzou Law C/O 2025 Discord
Hey y'all! To anyone accepted at Mizzou, I went ahead and created a Discord after not finding any group chat already. Looking forward to meeting y'all :) https://discord.gg/VMNwhhEg
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2022.01.21 20:52 Traditional_Ad_1996 Canyon ultimate CF SL with wahoo kickr snap.
2022.01.21 20:52 Dang-mushroom Bossman’s convinced due to my prediction of price movement
My boss and I were having a conversation about our job site, and out of the blue he stopped me and asked me about GameStop and what’s going on with it. I explained it all, down to honk for the stonk, to shitadel, etc etc. I told him I felt price will shift to 100 or lower coming January no matter what types of reports come out. He said let me know if it happens. Well boys today’s the day! He dumped 2k in on a new computershare acct! I felt so fricking proud to call him a smooth brain chimp. He laughed and said if I say it again he’ll throw shit at my car. Long story short. I was able to convince him to drs direct! THIS IS THE WAY!
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