🔥Forever Burn🔥 1 Week Old|| 🔥 We just burned 65 TRILLION Tokens🔥 || 40% of supply burned in 1 week!

2021.12.03 22:45 navel_buffet 🔥Forever Burn🔥 1 Week Old|| 🔥 We just burned 65 TRILLION Tokens🔥 || 40% of supply burned in 1 week!

http://t.me/foreverburncrypto
🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥Forever Burn🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
0xfeeda136e3c8e2a6991c837f511edad70a22912c
Experience the power of auto + manual Burns!
10% Auto Burned Forever on every single Transaction. "
2% to Liquidity
➡️1st Day : 1 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️2nd Day: 2 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️3rd Day: 3 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️4th Day: 4 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️5th Day: 5 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️6th Day: 6 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️7th Day: 7 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
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➡️9th Day: 9 Trillion Burn🔥
➡️10th Day 10 Trillion Burn🔥
After day 10, we will burn 10 Trillion Coins once per week.
When the remaining supply reaches 500 Trillion, we will shift to burning 2% of the remaining supply per week.
In addition to an auto burn on each transaction and weekly manual burns,
We will also be featuring burn milestones.
At each burn milestone we will Burn Even More Tokens:
➡️$10,000 mc & 100 Holders => 10 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️$30,000 mc & 150 Holders => 10 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️$50,000 mc & 200 Holders => 10 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️$100,000 mc & 300 Holders => 20 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️$300,000 mc & 400 Holders => 20 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️$500,000 mc & 600 Holders => 20 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️1 Million mc & 1,000 Holders => 30 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️3 Million mc & 3,000 Holders => 30 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️5 Million mc & 5,000 Holders => 30 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️10 Million mc & 10,000 Holders => 40 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️50 Million mc & 20,000 Holders => 50 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️100 Million mc & 40,000 Holders => 100 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️500 Million mc & 50,000 Holders => 120 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️1 Billion mc & 100,000 Holders => 150 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️Each Additional Billion in MC => 25% of the Remaining Liquidity🔥
If at any point we do not have enough tokens available to burn, we will burn 10% of the available liquidity pool instead.
The more we burn, the more you earn.
So get out there, spread the word, and get ready for the coin that's going to take the market by storm.
We are here for the long run.
but Please note in order to do large manual burns on the spur of the moment at milestone goals,
the liquidity pool has to remain unlocked.
So really it comes down to trust. People lock liquidity and still pull shams and scams.
I'm here to say that I'm leaving it unlocked for the good of our holders,
and that I'm here to stay and make our community some serious money as watch our coin burn like no other bsc token has ever done.
Welcome aboard the 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 train
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2021.12.03 22:45 arwagal language exchange

Hello everyone, I'm an Arabic native speaker and I need to a native Spanish speaker to teach me spanish in exchange for Arabic. Who is in?
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2021.12.03 22:45 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Environment] - IVF coral spawns for first time, paving way for Great Barrier Reef repair | Sydney Morning Herald

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2021.12.03 22:45 navel_buffet 🔥Forever Burn🔥 1 Week Old|| 🔥 We just burned 65 TRILLION Tokens🔥 || 40% of supply burned in 1 week!

http://t.me/foreverburncrypto
🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥Forever Burn🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
0xfeeda136e3c8e2a6991c837f511edad70a22912c
Experience the power of auto + manual Burns!
10% Auto Burned Forever on every single Transaction. "
2% to Liquidity
➡️1st Day : 1 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️2nd Day: 2 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️3rd Day: 3 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️4th Day: 4 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️5th Day: 5 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️6th Day: 6 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
➡️7th Day: 7 Trillion Burn (COMPLETED)🔥
.
. (continue pattern)
.
➡️9th Day: 9 Trillion Burn🔥
➡️10th Day 10 Trillion Burn🔥
After day 10, we will burn 10 Trillion Coins once per week.
When the remaining supply reaches 500 Trillion, we will shift to burning 2% of the remaining supply per week.
In addition to an auto burn on each transaction and weekly manual burns,
We will also be featuring burn milestones.
At each burn milestone we will Burn Even More Tokens:
➡️$10,000 mc & 100 Holders => 10 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️$30,000 mc & 150 Holders => 10 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️$50,000 mc & 200 Holders => 10 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️$100,000 mc & 300 Holders => 20 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️$300,000 mc & 400 Holders => 20 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️$500,000 mc & 600 Holders => 20 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️1 Million mc & 1,000 Holders => 30 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️3 Million mc & 3,000 Holders => 30 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️5 Million mc & 5,000 Holders => 30 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️10 Million mc & 10,000 Holders => 40 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️50 Million mc & 20,000 Holders => 50 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️100 Million mc & 40,000 Holders => 100 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️500 Million mc & 50,000 Holders => 120 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️1 Billion mc & 100,000 Holders => 150 Trillion Tokens🔥
➡️Each Additional Billion in MC => 25% of the Remaining Liquidity🔥
If at any point we do not have enough tokens available to burn, we will burn 10% of the available liquidity pool instead.
The more we burn, the more you earn.
So get out there, spread the word, and get ready for the coin that's going to take the market by storm.
We are here for the long run.
but Please note in order to do large manual burns on the spur of the moment at milestone goals,
the liquidity pool has to remain unlocked.
So really it comes down to trust. People lock liquidity and still pull shams and scams.
I'm here to say that I'm leaving it unlocked for the good of our holders,
and that I'm here to stay and make our community some serious money as watch our coin burn like no other bsc token has ever done.
Welcome aboard the 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 train
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2021.12.03 22:45 NoSexAppealNeil When I got to go to work in the morning and I look back at my dogs, makes me just want to stay home.

When I got to go to work in the morning and I look back at my dogs, makes me just want to stay home. submitted by NoSexAppealNeil to BoxerDogs [link] [comments]


2021.12.03 22:45 nurax1337 FH5: First "Class R" car in the game! lmao

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2021.12.03 22:45 marsing699 Russia planning massive military offensive against Ukraine involving 175,000 troops, U.S. intelligence warns

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2021.12.03 22:45 FollyAdvice 1/12th of our lives is spent with Christmas decorations everywhere

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2021.12.03 22:45 babayaga320 Shark LZ600 Series

Shark LZ600 Series There are two important questions that anyone who is looking for a good vacuum cleaner to buy always ask: How is the performance? and How well-designed is it?
Though the questions may seem very simple, in reality, not many models on the market can truly answer these questions. The LZ600-series turned out to be one of the few models that managed this.
That’s not to say it’s perfect, mind you. But if it’s an affordable, lightweight stick vacuum that you seek, I am confident that these vacuums LZ600, LZ601, LZ602 will do the job well.
Shark APEX UpLight Reviews This vacuum series is the company’s answer to the rise of lightweight stick vacuums. For years, Shark’s reputation and sales figure were dominated by their popular line-ups of upright vacuums like the Shark Navigator and Rotator.
Although Shark’s uprights still sell like hotcakes, it’s undeniable that they have lost their luster. After all, why use a heavy, bulky, and ugly upright when you can have a lighter and more stylish stick vacuum elsewhere such as a Dyson?
So that’s how this vacuum model was born: as a statement that Shark is changing its image. Fortunately, from what I have seen, this is a very effective statement. The UpLights are among the most popular and well-rated stick vacuums today.

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How Is the Performance? To answer the first question that I set out at the beginning of the article, my overall impression of the Shark APEX UpLight’s performance is very good.
When tested, this vacuum was able to deal with a wide range of contaminants without a hiccup. It can efficiently sweep up dust and stubborn dirt. Debris — both small and large — was dealt with quickly. Particularly stubborn and difficult particles like pet hair don’t seem to faze the UpLight very much, as well.
The best thing about this vacuum, in my opinion, is that it is able to do all of the above on every surface that I tested it on. From bare floors to high-pile carpeting, It also was able to adapt quickly and complete its job sufficiently.
The UpLight was able to do an almost perfect cleaning job on hardwood floors. Its high suction sucked up just about anything that I laid in its path. Surprisingly, even large debris was swept away by the vacuum with ease.
Its cleaning head contains two brushes: a stiff brush for carpets and a soft brush for bare floors. The soft brush tore apart any large debris the UpLight encountered, allowing the suction to easily suck them in.
Performance was similarly great on low-pile carpeting. The stiff-bristle brush inside of the floorhead combed through the thin piling and dug out all debris. The UpLight even managed to deal with smaller debris like sand, which is a very tough kind of debris for any vacuum to deal with on carpeting. They stick to the carpet fiber like glue due to static.
Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by the Shark APEX UpLight. When I compared it to other vacuum cleaners that I had tested, the LZ600-series’s performance on bare floors and low-pile carpets was better than many of them. It was even better than the Dyson V11, which cost almost twice as much.
But like I said before the vacuum isn’t perfect.
Though it did great on bare floors and low-pile carpets, its performance faltered slightly when it was placed on high-pile carpeting. While it was able to clean out most dust, debris, and pet hair, the vacuum left behind a trail of small debris along the way. So, it still did its job acceptably well on high-pile, but don’t expect too much from it.
All in all, the UpLight series’s performance was excellent. In fact, it was better than I expected from a fairly affordable, sub-$300 stick vacuum.
How Well-Designed is it? Shark did a good job designing LZ600-series
During my first inspection of them, I was thoroughly impressed with their modern aesthetic.
Most of the Shark vacuums that I reviewed before I got my hands on the Shark APEX UpLights all got an outdated, bulky, and industrial look. With this vacuum, I was pleased that the company has given them a more refreshed, more appealing external design. Unlike its predecessors, this machine model seems to be able to fit in well inside of a modern 21st-century household.
The vacuum is easy to use. It shouldn’t take you more than fifteen minutes to be completely acquainted with its operation and design. Additionally, thanks to the ergonomic handle, it is comfortable to wield, too. That is a huge plus for people with arthritis.
As for other design characteristics like dimension and weight, I also have nothing bad to say.
In terms of dimension, the vacuum is sleek and compact.
If you ever need to maneuver it into cramped, tight spaces like the underside of the furniture, it wouldn’t get stuck easily. As a matter of fact, the floor head is jointed and the vacuum can be inclined close to the ground to make fitting beneath low-ceilinged space easier.
The floor head has a pair of LED headlights to illuminate dark spaces and make it more convenient for you to clean.
However, the weight of Shark APEX UpLight is just barely acceptable. At 11.2 pounds, it is quite heavy even for an average stick vacuum.
Nonetheless, because you can remove the suction wand and use the vacuum separately as a handheld, its weight can be reduced. Without the wand, the UpLight only weighs about 5 pounds.
The last important category that I assessed in the design department is range. Just like its weight, the range of the UpLight is only acceptable. It has a decent 30-foot long power cord. But the short 4-foot suction hose reduces its range substantially. In addition to that, you can only use the suction hose with the suction wand removed.
Though the cleaning range can certainly be improved, this stick vacuum will still be able to clean large areas and spaces. Therefore, don’t worry too much if you have a large home.
LZ600, LZ601 and LZ602: What Are the Differences? The Shark APEX UpLight Lift-Away DuoClean series consists of three models the LZ600, LZ601, and LZ602. You may be wondering what are the differences between all of them.
The answer is … not a whole lot.
The LZ600, LZ601, and LZ602 are all essentially the same vacuum. They have the same design, the same dimensions, and weight. All three also share an identical suction motor, dust cup, and filtering system.
Two small things that set them apart are the colors and the accessories. The colors being the sole visual cue that you got to distinguish between three models.
The Shark LZ600 has a hot pink color scheme (Shark called it “Magenta”). The Shark LZ601 is painted a bright blue (“Forest Mist Blue”). The third and last model, the Shark APEX LZ602 can be distinguished via its orange outer paint (“Terracotta”).
When you unpacked each model, the selection of complementary accessories is different.
All models come with a two-slot accessory holder that can be mounted on the suction wand. Whenever you’re done using the accessory, you can put them onto the holder for easier storage.
Therefore, choosing which model to buy mostly boils down to what accessory you prefer to have. If accessories aren’t important to you, then it comes down to what color you want your vacuum to have.
Shark APEX UpLight: What Are the Values You Get for the Price? Now that we’re done with the basics, let’s delve deeper into this vacuum. Specifically, what are the things that make this vacuum such a popular model?
Powerful suction
Most of the reviews coming from past users all mentioned the vacuum’s surprisingly strong suction. During my personal tests, the suction that this compact vacuum was able to produce was pretty bizarre to witness, too.
There are two factors that contribute to a vacuum’s suction power: the suction motor itself and the path of the airflow.
Firstly, the suction motor. The Shark APEX UpLight corded Lift-Away comes with a decent 700-watt motor. It is capable of producing more than enough suction to clean anything that you may have in mind.
The motor is a little bit underpowered compared to most other corded vacuums (which tend to have 1,000-Watt and up motors). Nonetheless, considering the fact that Shark was attempting to design as light and compact a stick vacuum as possible here, the reduced motor is forgivable.
Besides the motor, a second (and arguably more important) factor that affects suction performance is the airflow’s path. If the path isn’t optimized, the airflow is going to be weakened when it passes through the vacuum.
Fortunately, Shark has integrated into the LZ600-series what it called “HyperVelocity Suction” design. The airflow is streamlined to reduce as much suction loss as possible.
Together, the strong suction motor and HyperVelocity suction give the vacuum excellent suction performance. This suction is particularly useful for cleaning bare floors and surfaces.
Self-Cleaning, DuoClean Brushrolls One of the most distinctive aspects of this vacuum mode is the DuoClean brushrolls. The floorhead of most vacuums on the market only contains a single brushroll. UpLight, on the other hand, comes with two.
Inside of the UpLight’s floorhead is a stiff-bristle brushroll for cleaning carpets. Right next to it is a soft-bristle brushroll for cleaning bare floors. Together, they can scrub out stubborn dirt and debris on all kinds of surfaces.
In addition to having two brushrolls, the floorhead also has a special “Self-Cleaning'' design. If you’re a pet owner, the brushrolls can resist being tangled up by pet hair. It is easier for you to pick out hair clumps from the bristles of the UpLight’s brushrolls, too.
Lift-Away Pod Most Shark vacuums today come with a “Lift-Away” pod. If you don’t know what that is, basically, the pod is the core of the vacuum. It contains the vacuum motor, the dust cup, the filtering system, and all the other essential components.
The special part about this pod is that it is detachable.
Just by pressing a button, you can transform this one from a stick vacuum to a canister vacuum. Just attach a suction hose to the pod!
The UpLight’s Lift-Away pod is small and portable enough that if you attach a dusting brush to it, you can also use it as a handheld vacuum.
In other words, you get a 3-in-1 vacuum. The Shark APEX UpLight can be a stick vacuum, a canister vacuum, or a handheld vacuum as needed. This versatility is one of the biggest reasons why the UpLight has gained so much traction on the selling chart.
When detached from the larger stick vacuum frame, the Lift-Away pod only weighs around 5 pounds. The extra portability means you can use the vacuum to perform more jobs than previously would either be very uncomfortable to do.
Car cleaning, for example, is now easier. Cleaning the stairs and the ceiling is much less of a hassle, too.
Dust Cup
The dust cup is fairly small.
According to Shark, the cup has a maximum capacity of 2.8 dry quarts. The actual capacity is much smaller. The cup could only store around 0.63 dry quarts up the fill line. If you attempt to fill up the cup any more than this, suction performance is reduced drastically.
Still, the cup’s size is decent enough that you would have no issues cleaning out the entire house. You won’t have to empty the cup in the middle of a session.
As for how easy it is to empty, the cup is merely okay. When you remove the cup from the vacuum, the top portion can be opened up. Then, you have to pour the dirt inside out and into a trash can like a pitcher.
This can present some issues. The first and biggest issue is that it can kick up a lot of dirt in the process. If you have an allergy or are sensitive to dust, this can be pretty irritating. You may even have to wear a facial mask while emptying the cup.
The other problem is stuck debris. Because the cup doesn’t have a dirt ejecting mechanism, dirt and dust can get stuck in the corners. If you want to clean out the cup completely, you probably have to reach your hands in to dislodge them. That’s far from hygienic in my book.
Anti-Allergen Complete Seal Technology Another one of Shark’s patented technology is similar to the Lift-Away pod. Anti-Allergen Complete Seal is Shark’s name for the vacuum’s sealed construction.
What this means is that the body is made so that it is completely airtight. The only way for a particle to enter and escape the vacuum is either through the front nozzle or the back vent. This also means that any dirt particle that passes through is going to be filtered out by the vacuum’s filtration system.
Nothing can leak through the vacuum’s body via cracks or seams.
This is great news for allergy sufferers.

HEPA Filtration Besides Anti-Allergen Complete Seal, this kind of machine also comes with HEPA filtration.
HEPA, which stands for High-Efficiency Particulate Air, is the best kind of filtering system currently available commercially. For a filter to be considered “HEPA-grade”, it must be able to filter out 99.97% of particles smaller than 0.3 microns.
With such high efficiency, a HEPA filter isn’t just able to take out common irritants like pollen or fine dust. It will also take care of dangerous airborne microorganisms like bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19.
Therefore, having HEPA filtration makes this vacuum a great choice for everyone during these difficult times.
The HEPA filter is only one part of the vacuum’s full filtering system, however. Next to HEPA, this product also contains two conventional filters. One is made from foam and the other is made of a felt-like material. They help the HEPA filter by capturing large dirt particles and debris.
Are There Any Recurring Costs? Yes, but fortunately, if you maintain the vacuum well enough, you probably won’t ever have to shell out extra money.
The filters are the only components on the vacuum that may require replacement. However, they are designed to be washable and reusable. If you are careful enough and give them proper cleaning every now and then, they can last all through the vacuum’s service life.
What’s the Maintenance Routine Like? This is one of the very few things about the Shark APEX UpLight that I dislike. There are a lot of parts that have to be meticulously maintained.
The three filters have to be washed every few months. Because you cannot machine-wash them and must rinse them out by hand, cleaning all three filters is going to take some time.
Additionally, the dust cup must also be rinsed out frequently to ensure that there’s no stuck debris or dirt inside that could impede the performance.
Last but not least, you have to give the main brushroll a thorough cleaning every once in a while to make sure that clogs won’t form. The primary difficulty with this is that the brushroll is not removable. Thus, if you need to clean it, you have to lay the entire vacuum on your lap.
The brushroll cover can be removed using a flathead screwdriver. Once removed, the brushrolls will be exposed and you can pick debris and pet hair from the bristles.
When you finish the job, you can check the indicator light on the vacuum to see if everything is in working order. If the light is green, the vacuum can function normally.
If it is red, the brushrolls are jammed and you must uncover them to try and find the clogs.
And if the light is flashing red, then the brushrolls are overheating due to a clog somewhere. Stop the vacuum immediately or you could risk burning out the motor.
What Are the Accessories Like? Which One to Choose Between LZ600, LZ601 & LZ602? Like I mentioned before, each serial number of the Shark APEX UpLight comes with a different combination of accessories. All in all, depending on what you get, here is a shortlist of all possible tools that you can get:

  1. 1. Pet Multi-tool: A combination tool specifically designed to clean up pet hair and pet-related messes. Onboard is a stiff-bristle brush for clearing out stuck, stubborn debris. There is also an upholstery tool for you to comb off pet hair on your upholstered furniture.
  2. 2. Duster crevice tool: Like the Pet Multi-tool, the duster crevice tool is also a combined accessory. It has a soft-bristle brush to help you clean sensitive surfaces like draperies and upholstery. It also has an extendable crevice tool to help you clean tight nooks and crannies.
  3. 3. 8-inch crevice tool: Quite self-explanatory. It is a crevice tool that measures 8-inch long that you can use to reach into tight corners, baseboards, and the ceiling.
  4. 4. Dusting brush: A standalone dusting brush but with a jointed head that you can angle. Its flexibility gives you the ability to clean high shelves, windows, and furniture and appliances in the house.
  5. 5. Self-cleaning Pet Power Brush (Turbo Brush): The most premium tool that UpLight offers. It is an air-driven brush that can be used to quickly eliminate pet hair from furniture and other surfaces. Compared to other tools like the Pet Multi-tool, the Turbo Brush can resist being tangled by pet hair far better.
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2021.12.03 22:45 DarthKamen 3 Men and a Baby

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2021.12.03 22:45 simon_blackquill “uncle” code not working on marketplace.tf

Basically, the title. What is going on? It literally says “this code has been disabled”. It’s christmas. Do they hate free money???
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2021.12.03 22:45 AutoNewspaperAdmin [AU] - Thousands gather at Parliament for anti-vaccine mandate rally | Sydney Morning Herald

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2021.12.03 22:45 Principaldancer Looking to Hire Chorale Group for Next Wednesday Evening

Hello! I’m looking to hire a small chorale group (3 people or so) to sing Christmas carols for a private function next Wednesday at a restaurant in downtown SLO at 6pm for one or two hours. The function will be 30 people, all vaccinated. If you or anyone you know is in such a group and interested, please send them my way.
If this post is against subreddit rules, I apologize and mods please delete.
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2021.12.03 22:45 currentlyfreezing Was watching It Follows...I can't believe they got Matt to be in it! 😱

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2021.12.03 22:45 jobsinanywhere Rising COVID cases, hospitalizations, another winter surge – Cleveland, Ohio

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2021.12.03 22:45 OkBreadfruit8149 Upcoming Events for Holiday Shopping

Has anyone heard of any Mississauga events with local vendors for this weekend? Want to support local this holiday season
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2021.12.03 22:45 Nyxtro My 6 Y/O Nephew drew this for his dad thought u guys would like

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2021.12.03 22:45 dirrtyremixes Trilucid - To The End _ One Day At A Time / ENCOLOR317 / Colorize (Enhanced

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2021.12.03 22:45 nurax1337 First "Class R" car in the game! lmao

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2021.12.03 22:45 ArkGuardian What earbuds are good for calls and running?

My usually usecase for earbuds is going out for a run and then having my mom call me in the middle of said run. I haven't been able to find anything that has a good overlap between mic quality and ear fit.
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2021.12.03 22:45 kricket3235 Shocked to see this pot at Goodwill.

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