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2021.10.22 09:24 Sealio-Bounce Are Canada goose coats worth it and how long do they last?
Was thinking of getting the Chiliwack parka coat but after reading things about down coats and water I was thinking that if I used the coat for everyday use would it be ruined.
I’m looking for a coat to use for years to come and I understand that if I look after it the coat will last for years but I’m more concerned about the water resistance as I live in the north of England where it can get quite wet this time of year.
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2021.10.22 09:24 MikeFeezie Mastery Pass
2021.10.22 09:24 Luizz__ Update: What if I found an other‘s private key?
Context: A few days ago I posted this question
This blew up massively, so I wanted to share my new knowledge I got the past days:
I contacted a studied Master of Law who is familiar with crypto and Blockchain. However, this ist all referring to GERMAN law, so depending on your location this could be handled completely different.
I asked her the same question - „What if I guessed someone‘s key and took their coins?“
Apparently in German law it’s mandatory for a theft, that some physical moveable object was taken. As private keys are entirely virtual, this can’t count as theft and therefore is completely legal
Even worse, if someone just stole your hardware wallet, they would only need to pay for the wallet itself - NOT the keys and Bitcoin it stored.
Why is this a thing? Because law is slow as fuck and has not nearly catched up with the internet - not to mention blockchain.
However, depending on the original owners location, you could be seen as guilty in his country. Quite interesting situation
Disclaimer: I only try to give on what I was told, I hope everything is correct :D
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2021.10.22 09:24 RukowaTempest When noble opens up his sub reddit expecting unique memes.
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2021.10.22 09:24 R4M_4U WYR be Blind, Deaf, no Other Senses or Lose your dominant Arm/Leg?
Blind - You can't see
Deaf - You can't hear
No Other Senses - You can't Taste + Smell + Feel (touch) [this also mean you feel no pain and wouldn't know anything is wrong with you unless you could see it]
Lose - Lose your dominant (primary) Arm and Leg
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2021.10.22 09:24 abzimmerman1325 Had to install a child lock for the cat, not my kids
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2021.10.22 09:24 Ruhani777 Johann Johannsson - The Sun's Gone Dim
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2021.10.22 09:24 ucanews123 China forces removal of Bible and Quran apps
2021.10.22 09:24 larki18  In a windy parking lot outside Vegas' Neon Graveyard, Brandon Flowers is cold, tired and guitarist Dave Keuning won't let him in his car. "Fucking asshole." "I'm out of here," Keuning tells him, which does little to help his mood. "But I don't have a car," Flowers snaps back.
Brandon Flowers, the Killers' enigmatic and svelte vocalist, is not a happy pop star. In a windy parking lot just outside Vegas' spooky Neon Graveyard, he's cold and he's tired and, much to his chagrin, guitarist Dave Keuning won't let him in his car.submitted by larki18 to TheKillers [link] [comments]
"I'm out of here," Keuning tells him, which frankly does little to help his mood.
"But I don't have a car," Flowers snaps back.
An impossible impasse. And clearly not their first.
There's little that can stretch a friendship further than 13 months spent in a van together with scant access to clean underwear. Such has been the case for Keuning and Flowers who, along with the tallest bass player in the world, Mark Stoermer, and drummer Ronnie Vannucci, have been busy capitalising on the success of the most surprising debut album to come out of Las Vegas since... well, who on earth actually comes from Las Vegas?
Better known as the place bands go to die, the original Sin City gave life to the Killers, and in a cliche-defying twist, what happened in Vegas refused to stay in Vegas. And in turn conquered the world. Their prophetically-titled CD, Hot Fuss, with its shades of Duran, the Cure, Bowie, Morrissey, Pulp, New Order and, er, Shed Seven, has gone platinum both sides of the Atlantic and garnered three Grammys and two Brits noms. As a dishevelled Flowers stands dejectedly staring into Keuning's rental car, their musical offspring is currently riding high at the top of the UK album charts.
Meanwhile, with a wave of a boa, Sir Elton of John has officially declared them his new new favourite band; Morrissey invited them to open proceedings for him on his recent tour; and other Flowers and co favourites such as Bono and Bowie have been quick to align themselves with The Hottest New Young Things. Not bad for a band who not much longer than a year ago were signed to the tiny Brit label Lizard King and produced their debut album from the material pulled together in the heat of Keuning's sweltering garage.
But that was then and this is now, and with great success comes great responsibility. Which is why the knackered four-piece's tattered shoes have barely touched Nevada soil since Somebody Told Me drenched international airwaves and they went off to bring the music to the people. "We've had such a crazy schedule," says an exhausted looking Stoermer, "going back and forth and all the flying and changing time zones and being in LA one day and London the next..."
"I'm so tired," interrupts Flowers. "Your time off goes by so quickly. They think they're being so gracious by giving you two weeks off, but you really spend it all catching up on bills and keeping up on trying to sort out your car or whatever. You turn around and it's time to go again."
"We've only been home two weeks in the last 13 months," adds Keuning, "and that's probably the biggest downside. I think we knew that being a successful band we wouldn't be home, but we didn't know we'd be away this much." So much, in fact, that - despite the glamorous suits and hairdos and album sales - the less glamorous harsh reality is that the guitarist is currently homeless.
"They pulled down my old apartment and I just never really got another one," he says. "So whenever we do get home I have to stay in hotels, which makes it really expensive for me. A place like the Stratosphere, which is a real middle-of-the-road hotel, was $49 the first night, but because there was a convention in town it went up to $350 the following night. I can't afford $350 for one day - I had to move out. It's just getting too hard to live like this."
It's a day later and Flowers and Keuning have kissed and made up. Freak storm clouds have left Las Vegas and taken a few personal storm clouds with them. Flowers is smiling again.
"There are times when you do get sick of each other," he admits, "but not as much as most people. I think we all actually get along really well."
Which is rather opportune as it looks like the four of them could be stuck in that van with each other for more than just the foreseeable future. The journey, which started with the synth-pop limited-release UK single Mr Brightside and moved through a worldwide deal with Island Records and ultimately to the success of the eclectic Hot Fuss, is in its relative infancy. Meanwhile, Flowers himself is still balancing precariously somewhere between fan and star.
"I still have posters on my walls," he laughs incredulously. "Morrissey, David Bowie, the Beatles, the Stones, so it's really weird to be in the situation we're in."
What it been like meeting your posters? "I just wasn't ready for it," he admits. "I remember being in a bathroom at our gig in New York and I heard two guys speaking outside saying, 'Oh, Bowie's coming tonight and make sure he gets in and gets this table.' There was a pause and the guy goes, 'David Bowie?' That was just shocking to me. And we play and I can just see him and I'm sure it was the worst show we've ever played. I wasn't ready for that. Maybe in a couple of years I will be."
Before then, though, that difficult second album, a hurdle that's tripped many a band before them. With so much time spent flogging the live and kicking horse that is Hot Fuss, there's been scant time to prepare for the follow-up.
"That's one thing that's been a real nuisance," says Keuning. "We've not had proper time to write new songs like we used to in the garage. Back then we would all get together every day after work and play a song three hours straight and get it almost finished in one day. Now we get 30 minutes here and there at the very most."
Not that the well has run entirely dry. His favourite new Killers song is a track called Higher And Higher, which he describes as having "the biggest chorus ever written" and "good enough to keep me in the band for another 10 years". Which covers precisely a fifth of his ambition.
"I'd like this band to last for another 50 years. I want to be in a band like Queen - that's my dream. I want that kind of longevity and that kind of variety."
And the Brian May haircut to match?
"Um, I'm not actually going for that, no. Thanks."
Flowers, meanwhile, would be happy with just another 25 years.
"Dave said 50 more years? Huh. Well, Dave's a little bit out of it. He'll be, like, 80 years old by then. Though having said that, that might be about the time I can slip down to the Strip and start crooning in one of those hotels. As long as I'm still singing, I'd do that in a heartbeat."
2021.10.22 09:24 Galal1907 The studio version of Everyday life (the song) is better than the live versions
I don't know if anyone agrees or what but they played it very differently live with the electric guitar and less violins which doesn't fit imo
In the studio version it's basically just piano and violins which makes the song beautiful and elegant, the electric guitar just makes kinda of a regular song..
Anyways the song is really great and it became one of my all time favorite Coldplay songs.
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2021.10.22 09:24 terriblebuttolerable Winter is coming!
I live in a cold climate, experiencing negative degrees celsius already this year. Typically I wear layers of merino wool to run in during these cold seasons, but I'm wondering if anyone has specific products they use to make their runs more comfortable in the deep cold. Products available in Canada are preferred
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