DRS. DRS. DRS. The rest is just noise.

2021.09.28 16:22 Chocokia DRS. DRS. DRS. The rest is just noise.

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2021.09.28 16:22 petesmith_ How can I buy an amazon pay gift card with paytm wallet?

This is the only way I can get amazon balance. can someone please advise me on how to do this?
Thank you
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2021.09.28 16:22 Neverwinter_Daze Hitchens knew of the link between religion and anti-vax propaganda before any study came out.

"The people of Bengal were enthusiastic and inventive...Everything was going well. In one of the poorest cities and states of the world, there was to be a new start.
And then we began to hear of a rumor. In some outlying places, Muslim die-hards were spreading a story: that the droplets were a plot. If you took this sinister Western medicine, you would be stricken by impotence and diarrhea, a forbidding and depressing combination. This was a problem because the drops have to be administered twice, the second time as a booster and confirmation of immunity, and because it takes only a few uninoculated people to allow the disease to survive and revive, and to spread back through contact in the water supply. As with smallpox, the eradication must be utter and complete.
I wondered, as I left Calcutta, whether West Bengal would manage to meet the deadline and manage to declare itself polio-free by the end of the next year. That would leave only pockets of Afghanistan and one or two other inaccessible regions already devastated by religious fervor before we could say that another ancient tyranny of illness had been decisively overthrown. In 2005, I learned of one outcome: in Northern Nigeria, a country that had checked in as provisionally polio-free, a group of Islamic religious figures had issued a ruling, or fatwa, that declared the polio vaccine to be a conspiracy by the United States, and amazingly, by the United Nations, against the Muslim faith. The drops were designed, said these mullahs, to sterilize the true believers: their intention and effect was genocidal. Nobody was to swallow them or administer them to anyone else. Within months, polio was back, and not just in Northern Nigeria. Nigerian travelers and pilgrims had already taken it as far as Mecca and spread it back to several other polio-free countries, including three African ones and also Yemen. The entire boulder had to be rolled right back up to the top.
...The attitude of religion to medicine, like the attitude of religion to science, is always necessarily problematic and very often necessarily hostile. A modern believer can say, and even believe, that his faith is quite compatible with science and medicine. But the awkward fact will always be that both these things have a tendency to break religion's monopoly, and have been often fiercely resisted for that reason."
Christopher Hitchens, God is Not Great
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2021.09.28 16:22 LukeShaggyJones Fastest way to farm intel for cartels?

Im new to this part, just curious what the fastest way to get 30 intel is 👍
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2021.09.28 16:22 charlieskorn Stolen Tire????

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2021.09.28 16:22 nakedspacesanta Burlington City Council approves more than $1 million for police department

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2021.09.28 16:22 MissTexas16 A Praying Mantis saved my life

Today I thought it was over. Everything. I thought I was going to take my own life today. I made a noose out of a wire rope chain. Hung it from the steel beams from the patio of my grandparents house. I stood on the metal table and tightened it around my neck. I thought I was going to do it. For a couple seconds I really thought it was time. But something told me to get down and sit in the chair for a little while. So I did. I sat there, still, focusing on the grass, the insects around me, the squirrels, the occasional dog I could see through the neighbors fence. I’m not sure why, but I turned around to look at my bike, positioned by the house. On the seat, rest a praying mantis. I normally don’t take much thought into insects, as I live in an old house and see them frequently and without warrant. But I was fascinated at the stillness of the creature. Marveled at the uniqueness of it. I couldn’t tell you if I’d ever actually seen one in person before. That moment made me appreciate a few things. The creation of life, the unbothered nature of animals, and the stillness of those animals. No worries, just breath, consciousness, and the indifference to live. There is no drama. No fear of the unknown mystery that is death. There is no debt, no career, no money ever. Which got me to think- what more do we have? Almost everything we do in our lives is just a suggestion. We take advice because we want money, security, love, happiness. At the end of the day, these are all just extra. No other living creature has these problems. And we look at them as problems because often we can’t change them when we feel like it. We we’re never suppose to. We get to experience things differently but can still appreciate the simplicity of this life. To relish in the stillness, and free our mind of trivial inequity. These trials we face are a gift, a journey, given to unleash the spiritual connectivity we all have in us. To give us an understanding of why we are here in the first place. This world was given to us- from someone or something I can not say for certain. Nevertheless, it’s a gift. The hardship is part of the struggle to freedom. Freedom can mean anything to anyone. It’s a term to describe the joys of salvation, debtlessness, happiness, being in love. We should not take the word lightly but also never diminish its use. For the use of it is subjective to the individual soul, and some never find it. Given To release the bonds of current and previous lives. To understand what it means to be one with the earth. Not one of the world, but of the ground we walk on, the trees that surround our sky, the mountains and oceans in all of their vastness. I’ve realized that is our purpose. That is why we keep going. To strive to see the end but never rushing it, because there is always something else to learn and grow from, no matter what age. Our soul knows no specific age, it just is. It is what it’s always been and always will be. It’s our mind and our heart that steer us to believe what we have is never enough. When everything we could ever want is already within us and surrounds us. Not in material possessions but in spiritual bliss. A bliss so coveting that everything we desire will be silenced. This is what I’ve learned today from a praying mantis.
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2021.09.28 16:22 travis373 Completing tomorrow, just want it done

I just want to hear some strangers tell me it'll be fine and that it'll soon be over.
It's taken a year to get this flat sold and our new house bought. 2 buyers, multiple price drops, ultimatums made, consessions given, and numerous daily phone calls to managing agents to get ridiculous questions answered.
Exchange didn't happen until 5:00pm last week as our buyer and solicitors are incompetent. It's been such a nightmare that my brain assumes it'll go wrong at the last minute. Just tell me it'll go fine, lie if you must.
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2021.09.28 16:22 ian______ she ticklin our balls

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2021.09.28 16:22 Convel9 Need help choosing subclass

My group's playing our first campaign and I'm playing a ranger. Almost lvl3 and can't decide between the Gloomstalker or the Few Wanderer. I like the umbral sight from the Gloomstalker and the extra initial damage. However the extra damage from the Fey Wanderer is less but throughout combat, also misty step is a plus. Any advice? (We've also chosen not to multiclass )
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2021.09.28 16:22 enterprisevalue Ontario Sep 28th update: 613 Cases, 9 new, 3 old, 1 reversal Deaths, 23,785 tests (2.58% pos.), 🏥 ICUs: 180 (-4 vs. yest.) (+1 vs. last week). 💉31,855 admin, 85.98% / 80.48% (+0.10% / +0.14%) of 12+ at least one/two dosed, 🛡️ 12+ Cases by Vax (un/part/full): 9.59 / 3.29 / 1.17 (All: 3.14) per 100k

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2021-09-28.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode

Testing data: - Source
Episode date data (day/week/prev. week) - Cases by episode date and historical averages of episode date
Other data:
LTC Data:
Vaccine effectiveness data: (assumed 14 days to effectiveness) Source
Metric Unvax_All Unvax_12+ Partial Full Unknown
Cases - today 277 190 27 119 43
Cases Per 100k - today 7.28 9.59 3.29 1.17 -
Risk vs. full - today 6.24x 8.21x 2.82x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - today - - 65.7% 87.8% -
Avg daily Per 100k - week 9.49 11.72 4.54 1.46 -
Risk vs. full - week 6.51x 8.03x 3.11x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - week - - 61.3% 87.6% -
ICU - count 107 n/a 9 8 56
ICU per mill 28.12 - 10.96 0.78 -
ICU % less risk vs. unvax - - 61.0% 97.2% -
ICU risk vs. full 35.83x - 13.97x 1.00x -
Non_ICU Hosp - count 116 n/a 8 37 -
Non_ICU Hosp per mill 30.48 - 9.74 3.63 -
Non_ICU Hosp % less risk vs. unvax - - 68.0% 88.1% -
Non_ICU Hosp risk vs. full 8.40x - 2.68x 1.00x -
Age group per 100k - today:
0-4 3.44 - 0.00 0.00 -
5-11 5.76 - 0.00 0.00 -
12-17 11.32 - 3.14 1.21 -
18-39 10.24 - 3.64 1.56 -
40-59 9.72 - 4.08 1.38 -
60-79 14.17 - 0.00 0.49 -
80+ 24.26 - 5.13 0.96 -
Vaccines - detailed data: Source
Random vaccine stats
Vaccine data (by age) - Charts of [first doses]() and [second doses]()
Age First doses Second doses First Dose % (day/week) Second Dose % (day/week)
12-17yrs 1,388 2,167 80.33% (+0.15% / +1.26%) 71.05% (+0.23% / +2.42%)
18-29yrs 4,040 6,590 79.97% (+0.16% / +1.37%) 71.06% (+0.27% / +2.28%)
30-39yrs 2,830 3,765 81.65% (+0.14% / +1.10%) 74.62% (+0.18% / +1.65%)
40-49yrs 1,950 2,633 84.21% (+0.10% / +0.79%) 79.04% (+0.14% / +1.21%)
50-59yrs 1,431 1,941 86.16% (+0.07% / +0.52%) 82.39% (+0.09% / +0.82%)
60-69yrs 868 1,125 92.77% (+0.05% / +0.33%) 90.10% (+0.06% / +0.50%)
70-79yrs 350 461 96.04% (+0.03% / +0.22%) 94.08% (+0.04% / +0.31%)
80+ yrs 107 197 97.91% (+0.02% / +0.14%) 95.12% (+0.03% / +0.22%)
Unknown 6 6 0.03% (+0.00% / +0.00%) 0.02% (+0.00% / +0.00%)
Total - 18+ 11,576 16,712 86.42% (+0.10% / +0.75%) 81.23% (+0.14% / +1.19%)
Total - 12+ 12,964 18,879 85.98% (+0.10% / +0.79%) 80.48% (+0.14% / +1.28%)
Schools data: - (latest data as of September 28) - Source
Child care centre data: - (latest data as of September 28) - Source
Outbreak data (latest data as of September 27)- Source and Definitions
Global Vaccine Comparison: - doses administered per 100 people (% with at least 1 dose / both doses), to date (ignoring 3rd doses) - Full list on Tab 6 - Source
Global Vaccine Pace Comparison - doses per 100 people in the last week: - Source
Global Case Comparison: - Major Countries - Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
Global Case Comparison: Top 16 countries by Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
Global ICU Comparison: - Current, adjusted to Ontario's population - Source
US State comparison - case count - Top 25 by last 7 ave. case count (Last 7/100k) - Source
US State comparison - vaccines count - % single dosed (change in week) - Source
UK Watch - Source
The England age group data below is actually lagged by four days, i.e. the , the 'Today' data is actually '4 day ago' data.
Metric Today 7d ago 14d ago 21d ago 30d ago Peak
Cases - 7-day avg 34,457 30,378 34,521 37,698 34,226 59,660
Hosp. - current 6,865 7,895 8,305 7,666 6,981 39,254
Vent. - current 878 1,011 1,056 1,034 974 4,077
England weekly cases/100k by age:
<60 376.5 302.0 385.7 358.5 389.0 745.3
60+ 115.9 127.3 169.3 162.7 154.9 477.7
Jail Data - (latest data as of September 26) Source
COVID App Stats - latest data as of September 26 - Source
Case fatality rates by age group (last 30 days):
Age Group Outbreak--> CFR % Deaths Non-outbreak--> CFR% Deaths
19 & under 0.0% 0 0.07% 1
20s 0.0% 0 0.21% 3
30s 0.41% 1 0.28% 3
40s 1.04% 2 0.6% 4
50s 0.61% 1 2.05% 9
60s 5.62% 5 7.59% 24
70s 16.67% 4 34.17% 41
80s 72.22% 13 44.9% 22
90+ 30.43% 7 41.67% 5
Main data table:
Reporting_PHU Today Averages--> Active/100k Ages (day %)->> <20 20-29 30-49 50-69 70+ Source (day %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel
Total 466 35.4 29.8 16.1 31.5 17 5.6 52.8 19.3 20.2 7.7
Toronto PHU 138 42.9 25.4 20.3 26.1 21.7 6.5 37.7 50 7.2 5.1
Peel 39 28.6 28.2 10.3 38.5 20.5 2.6 0 -5.1 82.1 23.1
Windsor 31 69.2 29 3.2 35.5 29 6.5 61.3 22.6 16.1 0
Ottawa 31 41.8 41.9 19.4 22.6 12.9 3.2 96.8 -16.1 12.9 6.5
Niagara 25 39.6 28 28 24 8 12 80 4 20 -4
Hamilton 25 54.5 48 12 16 16 8 60 -36 80 -4
York 21 29.2 4.8 28.6 42.9 19 4.8 47.6 23.8 9.5 19
Durham 19 26.1 36.8 -5.3 52.6 10.5 5.3 57.9 31.6 0 10.5
Halton 18 38.6 27.8 16.7 50 5.6 0 44.4 27.8 16.7 11.1
Chatham-Kent 15 93.1 26.7 20 26.7 26.7 0 100 -13.3 13.3 0
London 14 34.1 64.3 7.1 14.3 0 14.3 50 21.4 28.6 0
Simcoe-Muskoka 14 27.7 21.4 0 35.7 28.6 14.3 71.4 7.1 0 21.4
Waterloo Region 13 23.3 38.5 38.5 30.8 0 -7.7 53.8 15.4 0 30.8
Sudbury 8 21.6 62.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 0 0 37.5 50 12.5
Eastern Ontario 7 91.5 28.6 0 57.1 14.3 0 157.1 -71.4 0 14.3
Wellington-Guelph 6 45.5 16.7 0 66.7 16.7 0 150 -66.7 16.7 0
Lambton 6 49.6 0 16.7 50 16.7 16.7 33.3 66.7 0 0
Hastings 5 24.9 20 40 20 0 20 20 60 0 20
Renfrew 5 7.4 40 0 20 20 20 0 100 0 0
Haldimand-Norfolk 4 21.9 0 50 50 0 0 25 75 0 0
Haliburton, Kawartha 3 15.3 0 0 66.7 33.3 0 100 0 0 0
Brant 3 77.3 0 33.3 66.7 0 0 200 -100 0 0
Kingston 3 12.7 66.7 33.3 33.3 0 -33.3 66.7 0 33.3 0
Southwestern 3 16.1 66.7 -33.3 33.3 0 33.3 100 -33.3 0 33.3
Thunder Bay 3 3.3 66.7 0 33.3 0 0 0 100 0 0
Peterborough 2 16.9 50 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 0
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 2 9.2 0 100 0 0 0 0 50 0 50
Huron Perth 2 27.2 50 0 50 0 0 100 -50 50 0
Timiskaming 1 9.2 0 0 0 100 0 100 0 0 0
Algoma 1 7 0 0 100 0 0 0 100 0 0
Regions of Zeroes 0 10
North Bay -1 3.9 100 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 0
Vaccine coverage by PHU/age group - as of September 28 (% at least one/both dosed, chg. week) -
PHU name 12+ population Adults - 18plus 12-17yrs 18-29yrs 30-39yrs 40-49yrs 50-59yrs 60-69yrs 70-79yrs 80+
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 95.3%/90.3% (+1.2%/+1.7%) 96.2%/91.5% (+1.2%/+1.6%) 82.1%/73.7% (+1.9%/+2.8%) 79.4%/70.1% (+1.6%/+2.7%) 102.1%/92.3% (+2.6%/+3.3%) 93.7%/88.0% (+1.5%/+2.1%) 86.7%/83.4% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 104.9%/102.7% (+0.9%/+0.9%) 108.1%/106.6% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 105.9%/103.5% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Thunder Bay 90.9%/84.5% (+0.9%/+1.3%) 91.7%/85.7% (+0.8%/+1.2%) 80.5%/68.8% (+2.1%/+2.7%) 89.6%/77.9% (+1.5%/+2.5%) 87.3%/78.1% (+1.3%/+1.9%) 86.6%/80.5% (+0.9%/+1.5%) 89.2%/84.8% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 94.6%/91.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 100.5%/98.7% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 102.0%/99.3% (+0.0%/+0.2%)
Waterloo Region 89.6%/84.2% (+0.8%/+1.4%) 90.1%/85.0% (+0.8%/+1.3%) 83.1%/74.5% (+1.3%/+2.4%) 94.1%/85.1% (+1.5%/+2.7%) 86.7%/79.9% (+1.1%/+1.7%) 85.9%/81.2% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 86.7%/83.2% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 90.4%/88.0% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 95.2%/93.4% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 102.1%/99.5% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
City Of Ottawa 88.9%/83.6% (+0.6%/+1.1%) 88.6%/83.7% (+0.5%/+1.0%) 92.4%/83.0% (+0.9%/+2.7%) 80.0%/71.6% (+1.0%/+1.9%) 80.1%/74.0% (+0.7%/+1.3%) 90.7%/85.8% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 93.1%/89.5% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 94.5%/92.0% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 98.4%/96.5% (-0.0%/+0.1%) 103.8%/101.0% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
London 88.7%/82.7% (+1.0%/+1.6%) 88.7%/83.0% (+0.9%/+1.5%) 88.5%/78.5% (+1.8%/+2.7%) 86.3%/76.1% (+2.1%/+2.8%) 81.4%/73.8% (+1.2%/+2.1%) 89.5%/83.6% (+0.9%/+1.7%) 86.2%/82.4% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 92.7%/90.2% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 96.4%/94.6% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 102.2%/99.2% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Huron Perth 88.6%/83.5% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 90.2%/85.5% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 70.7%/60.9% (+1.2%/+2.4%) 71.2%/63.0% (+1.4%/+2.3%) 86.5%/78.2% (+1.3%/+2.0%) 86.3%/80.1% (+0.9%/+1.3%) 83.3%/79.8% (+0.6%/+0.7%) 102.0%/99.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 109.1%/107.6% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 107.2%/105.4% (+0.1%/+0.0%)
Halton 88.5%/84.5% (+0.6%/+1.1%) 88.4%/84.7% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 90.1%/82.6% (+1.2%/+2.4%) 76.7%/71.1% (+0.8%/+1.6%) 81.6%/76.5% (+0.8%/+1.3%) 92.3%/88.5% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 92.3%/89.4% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 91.6%/89.6% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 95.8%/94.2% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 106.2%/103.8% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Eastern Ontario 87.8%/81.7% (+1.1%/+1.5%) 88.5%/82.8% (+1.0%/+1.4%) 78.9%/67.0% (+1.6%/+2.5%) 73.1%/62.9% (+1.7%/+2.5%) 90.9%/80.3% (+1.9%/+2.6%) 86.0%/79.4% (+1.2%/+1.7%) 82.7%/78.6% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 97.3%/94.4% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 99.8%/97.9% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 99.4%/96.5% (+0.4%/+0.5%)
Durham 87.7%/82.9% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 88.1%/83.5% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 83.0%/75.2% (+1.2%/+1.7%) 79.0%/71.8% (+1.2%/+1.7%) 89.0%/81.9% (+1.3%/+1.6%) 88.2%/83.5% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 86.8%/83.8% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 91.7%/89.5% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 95.7%/94.1% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 103.1%/100.4% (+0.2%/+0.3%)
Algoma 87.6%/81.6% (+0.9%/+1.3%) 88.3%/82.7% (+0.8%/+1.2%) 76.8%/65.9% (+1.3%/+2.5%) 75.2%/64.3% (+1.6%/+2.5%) 84.0%/74.2% (+1.6%/+1.8%) 87.1%/80.0% (+1.1%/+1.7%) 82.7%/78.2% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 95.5%/92.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 101.0%/99.2% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 96.6%/94.1% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Wellington-Guelph 87.4%/82.7% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 87.9%/83.5% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 81.5%/73.7% (+1.3%/+2.5%) 78.4%/71.2% (+1.2%/+1.9%) 83.3%/76.6% (+1.2%/+1.5%) 86.0%/81.8% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 87.5%/84.4% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 94.4%/92.0% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 98.4%/96.9% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 109.5%/106.7% (+0.2%/+0.1%)
Kingston 87.2%/81.8% (+0.9%/+1.3%) 87.2%/82.0% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 87.9%/79.4% (+0.9%/+2.6%) 81.2%/71.3% (+2.8%/+3.1%) 74.0%/67.2% (+1.0%/+1.6%) 83.3%/77.6% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 84.8%/81.0% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 99.0%/96.4% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 100.3%/98.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 101.8%/99.4% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Niagara 87.0%/81.0% (+0.9%/+1.6%) 87.7%/82.0% (+0.8%/+1.5%) 77.1%/66.0% (+1.6%/+3.2%) 78.2%/68.0% (+1.6%/+3.2%) 83.8%/74.6% (+1.5%/+2.4%) 88.2%/81.7% (+1.1%/+1.8%) 82.7%/78.5% (+0.5%/+1.0%) 93.9%/91.2% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 97.3%/95.3% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 98.9%/96.1% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Haliburton, Kawartha 86.8%/81.3% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 87.5%/82.4% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 75.5%/64.4% (+1.7%/+2.9%) 74.7%/64.0% (+1.4%/+2.2%) 89.1%/78.4% (+1.6%/+2.5%) 87.0%/80.1% (+1.1%/+1.6%) 76.0%/72.1% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 96.9%/94.2% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 97.0%/95.3% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 93.9%/91.3% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Sudbury 86.3%/79.4% (+1.6%/+1.8%) 86.8%/80.1% (+1.6%/+1.7%) 80.0%/69.2% (+1.9%/+3.0%) 77.8%/66.2% (+2.2%/+3.3%) 76.5%/66.6% (+2.0%/+2.5%) 82.7%/75.4% (+1.6%/+1.9%) 85.5%/80.3% (+1.4%/+1.4%) 94.8%/91.4% (+1.3%/+0.6%) 99.1%/96.4% (+1.2%/+0.4%) 105.8%/102.7% (+0.7%/+0.3%)
Northwestern 86.2%/78.6% (+1.1%/+1.9%) 87.1%/80.1% (+1.1%/+1.9%) 77.0%/63.2% (+2.0%/+2.5%) 79.5%/68.3% (+1.8%/+2.8%) 92.2%/80.9% (+1.4%/+2.4%) 87.8%/80.3% (+1.3%/+2.5%) 82.9%/78.0% (+0.8%/+1.7%) 91.2%/87.9% (+0.6%/+1.2%) 92.9%/90.7% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 89.5%/86.3% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Peterborough 86.0%/80.5% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 86.5%/81.3% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 79.5%/67.8% (+1.4%/+2.3%) 76.8%/67.4% (+1.3%/+2.2%) 77.9%/69.5% (+1.1%/+1.9%) 86.1%/79.6% (+1.0%/+1.4%) 77.0%/73.2% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 96.0%/93.5% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 102.1%/100.7% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 98.4%/96.4% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Southwestern 85.6%/80.3% (+0.9%/+1.3%) 86.9%/81.8% (+0.8%/+1.2%) 70.7%/63.0% (+1.5%/+2.3%) 70.9%/62.3% (+1.4%/+2.2%) 86.6%/77.8% (+1.6%/+2.2%) 84.5%/78.7% (+0.9%/+1.4%) 84.0%/80.4% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 96.4%/94.0% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 101.9%/100.3% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 96.5%/94.3% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Peel 85.6%/79.2% (+0.8%/+1.6%) 86.6%/80.4% (+0.8%/+1.5%) 74.5%/65.8% (+1.1%/+2.3%) 95.8%/83.4% (+1.6%/+3.5%) 79.5%/72.4% (+0.9%/+1.8%) 78.5%/73.6% (+0.6%/+1.1%) 86.2%/82.5% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 88.8%/86.1% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 88.3%/86.3% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 95.2%/92.2% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Porcupine 85.4%/77.2% (+1.3%/+1.7%) 86.2%/78.5% (+1.3%/+1.6%) 75.8%/61.9% (+1.8%/+2.3%) 77.6%/63.8% (+2.1%/+2.9%) 80.0%/67.6% (+2.6%/+2.5%) 81.0%/72.5% (+1.6%/+1.7%) 85.6%/80.3% (+0.9%/+1.4%) 92.2%/88.8% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 100.0%/97.2% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 102.9%/98.6% (+0.3%/+0.4%)
Simcoe-Muskoka 85.3%/79.3% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 85.8%/80.3% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 78.3%/67.5% (+1.1%/+2.4%) 75.7%/65.7% (+1.3%/+2.2%) 81.8%/72.9% (+1.3%/+2.0%) 82.9%/76.7% (+0.8%/+1.3%) 80.2%/76.4% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 96.5%/93.8% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 97.3%/95.7% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 100.3%/97.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
York 85.2%/81.0% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 85.4%/81.6% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 82.9%/74.5% (+1.1%/+2.4%) 75.7%/70.0% (+0.9%/+1.6%) 80.0%/74.8% (+0.8%/+1.3%) 88.7%/84.7% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 88.0%/85.0% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 88.8%/86.6% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 92.1%/90.3% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 99.7%/96.9% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Windsor 84.8%/78.4% (+0.9%/+1.4%) 85.8%/79.8% (+0.9%/+1.4%) 73.3%/62.1% (+1.5%/+2.4%) 76.6%/67.0% (+1.4%/+2.4%) 84.6%/75.2% (+1.6%/+2.3%) 84.6%/77.9% (+1.1%/+1.6%) 83.6%/79.2% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 91.9%/89.1% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 95.4%/93.4% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 97.8%/94.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Hastings 84.5%/78.2% (+1.0%/+1.6%) 85.2%/79.2% (+1.0%/+1.5%) 75.7%/64.2% (+1.5%/+3.1%) 70.5%/58.9% (+2.0%/+3.1%) 76.7%/66.5% (+2.1%/+2.6%) 80.7%/73.2% (+1.3%/+2.0%) 78.2%/73.8% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 98.1%/95.2% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 99.7%/97.6% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 97.8%/94.9% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
North Bay 84.2%/78.4% (+0.8%/+1.2%) 84.8%/79.3% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 75.8%/64.8% (+1.7%/+3.1%) 69.7%/59.3% (+1.4%/+2.1%) 76.9%/67.4% (+1.3%/+2.0%) 82.3%/75.6% (+0.9%/+1.3%) 80.2%/76.2% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 96.0%/93.2% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 95.7%/93.9% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 100.3%/97.6% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Brant County 84.2%/78.3% (+1.0%/+1.3%) 85.1%/79.6% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 73.0%/63.3% (+1.7%/+2.3%) 73.7%/64.1% (+1.7%/+2.1%) 80.7%/72.5% (+1.4%/+1.9%) 84.6%/78.5% (+1.2%/+1.3%) 83.1%/79.3% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 91.8%/89.0% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 98.7%/97.0% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 101.2%/98.2% (+0.3%/+0.3%)
Timiskaming 84.0%/77.6% (+1.3%/+1.4%) 84.6%/78.8% (+1.2%/+1.4%) 76.1%/61.5% (+1.6%/+1.7%) 70.0%/58.4% (+2.4%/+3.1%) 81.9%/72.4% (+2.6%/+2.4%) 82.2%/75.5% (+1.7%/+1.6%) 79.5%/75.1% (+0.9%/+1.1%) 90.6%/87.7% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 97.1%/95.0% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 98.8%/95.5% (+0.3%/+0.2%)
Grey Bruce 83.9%/79.3% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 85.0%/80.8% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 68.8%/59.4% (+1.1%/+2.0%) 66.4%/59.1% (+1.0%/+1.6%) 82.3%/74.9% (+1.1%/+1.6%) 86.2%/80.5% (+0.9%/+1.1%) 78.6%/75.4% (+0.3%/+0.7%) 94.6%/92.5% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 97.5%/96.2% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 92.5%/90.0% (+0.0%/+0.2%)
Toronto PHU 83.4%/78.3% (+0.4%/+0.9%) 83.6%/78.7% (+0.3%/+0.9%) 80.3%/72.2% (+0.6%/+2.0%) 77.1%/69.4% (+0.5%/+1.5%) 80.4%/74.9% (+0.5%/+1.1%) 78.9%/74.6% (+0.3%/+0.8%) 88.4%/84.5% (+0.2%/+0.7%) 91.5%/88.4% (+0.1%/+0.4%) 94.1%/91.6% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 89.9%/86.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Haldimand-Norfolk 83.3%/77.6% (+1.2%/+1.6%) 84.9%/79.6% (+1.1%/+1.5%) 63.0%/52.0% (+2.6%/+3.1%) 65.0%/56.2% (+1.7%/+2.4%) 85.6%/75.3% (+2.4%/+3.0%) 86.6%/79.3% (+1.8%/+2.3%) 78.7%/74.6% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 92.1%/89.9% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 100.5%/98.7% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 97.3%/95.0% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
City Of Hamilton 83.0%/76.9% (+0.9%/+1.5%) 83.4%/77.7% (+0.8%/+1.4%) 77.7%/66.1% (+1.6%/+3.2%) 74.2%/65.0% (+1.4%/+2.5%) 78.1%/70.6% (+1.2%/+1.8%) 82.1%/76.0% (+0.9%/+1.5%) 84.1%/79.8% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 89.7%/86.8% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 95.0%/92.8% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 98.0%/94.9% (+0.2%/+0.3%)
Chatham-Kent 82.5%/76.0% (+1.2%/+1.5%) 84.2%/78.0% (+1.2%/+1.4%) 63.0%/51.7% (+1.8%/+2.8%) 66.5%/56.2% (+2.2%/+2.6%) 75.9%/65.4% (+2.2%/+2.5%) 82.1%/74.0% (+1.6%/+1.8%) 79.8%/74.9% (+0.8%/+1.2%) 95.3%/92.3% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 100.7%/98.8% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 100.2%/97.7% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Lambton 81.8%/76.2% (+0.9%/+1.1%) 82.7%/77.5% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 70.0%/59.4% (+1.9%/+1.8%) 70.7%/61.0% (+1.5%/+1.9%) 80.4%/71.5% (+1.6%/+2.0%) 82.8%/76.0% (+1.3%/+1.4%) 77.6%/73.7% (+0.6%/+0.7%) 88.0%/85.7% (+0.4%/+0.4%) 95.0%/93.4% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 91.5%/89.6% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Renfrew 81.7%/76.4% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 82.1%/77.2% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 74.9%/65.1% (+1.5%/+2.3%) 66.3%/57.5% (+1.4%/+1.9%) 67.0%/59.7% (+1.4%/+1.9%) 75.1%/69.3% (+0.9%/+1.3%) 80.5%/76.7% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 99.2%/96.6% (+0.4%/+0.4%) 100.2%/98.4% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 95.3%/92.8% (+0.2%/+0.1%)
Canada comparison - Source
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7 Vaccines->> Vax(day) To date (per 100) Weekly vax update->> % with 1+ % with both
Canada 4,279 4351.0 4405.6 80.1 81.1 4.2 160,002 146.8 75.25 69.7
Alberta 1,758 1621.0 1630.6 256.6 258.1 14.9 49,745 136.0 69.26 61.9
British Columbia 706 732.4 644.4 99.6 87.6 5.2 31,221 151.6 77.84 71.3
Quebec 519 679.7 754.1 55.5 61.6 2.3 42,388 150.0 77.29 73.3
Ontario 613 621.0 710.7 29.5 33.8 1.9 20,454 147.1 75.26 69.9
Saskatchewan 396 468.6 493.3 278.3 293.0 12.1 2,510 131.4 67.1 60.4
Manitoba 93 76.9 56.0 39.0 28.4 2.3 5,843 143.2 73.45 68.9
New Brunswick 86 71.4 57.9 64.0 51.8 3.1 1,378 149.2 76.27 69.1
Nova Scotia 83 28.9 25.6 20.6 18.3 0.8 3,837 153.2 78.78 72.9
Northwest Territories N/R 24.1 22.6 374.2 349.9 24.5 485 153.3 66.17 61.8
Newfoundland 25 21.0 4.1 28.2 5.6 1.3 2,027 155.3 81.11 73.2
Yukon N/R 4.1 1.4 69.0 23.8 inf 114 157.5 77.54 73.8
Prince Edward Island 0 1.6 4.6 6.9 20.0 0.2 0 157.7 81.68 74.9
Nunavut 0 0.3 0.3 5.1 5.1 0.5 0 116.4 61.68 54.1
LTCs with 2+ new cases today: Why are there 0.5 cases/deaths?
LTC_Home City Beds New LTC cases Current Active Cases
Ivan Franko Home (Etobicoke) Toronto 85.0 3.5 6.0
LTC Deaths today: - this section is reported by the Ministry of LTC and the data may not reconcile with the LTC data above because that is published by the MoH.
LTC_Home City Beds Today's Deaths All-time Deaths
None reported by the Ministry of LTC
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date Count
Simcoe-Muskoka 50s FEMALE Community 2021-09-24 2021-09-14 1
Toronto PHU 50s MALE Community 2021-09-01 2021-08-23 1
Wellington-Guelph (reversal) 50s FEMALE Close contact 2021-01-12 2021-01-12 -1
Windsor 50s FEMALE Community 2021-09-10 2021-09-07 1
Hamilton 60s MALE Close contact 2021-08-26 2021-08-23 1
Peel 60s MALE Close contact 2021-05-14 2021-05-14 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2021-09-17 2021-09-05 1
Chatham-Kent 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2021-09-07 2021-09-07 1
Halton 80s MALE Outbreak 2021-09-13 2021-09-12 1
Niagara 80s FEMALE Community 2021-09-06 2021-08-29 1
Peel 80s MALE Close contact 2021-05-18 2021-05-18 1
Peel 80s FEMALE Close contact 2021-05-17 2021-05-10 1
Toronto PHU 90+ FEMALE Community 2021-09-13 2021-09-13 1
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2021.09.28 16:22 BoleslawSpindleshank Which actor/actress deserves more recognition for their work?

I find that a lot of great actors are underrated because of some poor movie choices or just because they have been in too many "mainstream movies".
Some of my picks are:
Tom Cruise - He gets a bad rep because of his eccentric personality and that people think he is a very one-dimensional actor. But I would say that no one plays a better "action hero" than he does. He was hilarious in Tropic Thunder and I am excited to see him in Rock of Ages
Nicholas Cage - He is incredibly talented and versatile, yet he has really ruined his image. Sure he has been in some terrible movies with some horrendous scripts, but if you focus on his gems you can really appreciate his talent. I don't get why he leads in so many action movies, because i feel that is his least suited role. My personal favorites of his are* Adaptation* and Matchstick Men
Brad Pitt - Although it is not really the case anymore, but I thought it was worth mentioning. He is a fantastic actor that is much more versatile than most people think. He has really shown off his talents in the recent years.
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2021.09.28 16:22 MungoBumpkin Black Curse - Endless Wound [Black Death Metal/2020/USA]

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2021.09.28 16:22 yeurei We Have Been Reunited

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2021.09.28 16:22 Accomplished-Dot862 Gta rp

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2021.09.28 16:22 amnesiac7 Kevin McCarthy has his old words thrown back in his face after trying to stop the government from paying its bills

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2021.09.28 16:22 Pristine-You717 Australia has lost one-third of its koalas in the past three years

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2021.09.28 16:22 Kappapeachie Game recommendations for someone who doesn't game much

after all the drama (that shall not be named) I seriously need some a new games to play besides the ones I own. here's some things i'm looking for:
platforms: *IOS *Android *PC
genres: *simulation and management games *fighting games *action adventure *action rpg *character action game *platformer *simple puzzle game *dating sims *first person shooters *rpg-like (not true rpgs, those make my brain hurt)
tone, feel and tropes I like: *happy with some bitter sweetness *dry comedy *not too fast paced but not too slow either *seemingly mundane perceptions on strange things *black comedy that isn't punching down the butt of the joke *various non-Eurocentric myths and legends
style and aesthetics I like *anime-inspired but not in a creepy way *gothic and Victorian styled outfits and decor *stylized non-fortnite looking stuff *20s deco *sharp angles *unique looking characters *urban street wear *everyone's hot for no reason
other things: *I would like a game where you either customize the character or have different characters to choose from (female options are a must) *if not, The protagonist better be an actual character, not a self insert. *I don't mind dark themes but please don't have it be a torture fest. I want the characters to have agency but also not too overpowered to curb-stomp everything. *an interesting plot if possible *anything beyond 40 dollars is a no go for me. 60 is too much especially when anything else has more value for only 20 bucks.
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2021.09.28 16:22 Ashover600 Vale soy yo he revivido luego de mucho tiempo para traer esta tanda de memes espero que sea de su agrado y que no ofendan a nadie.

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2021.09.28 16:22 TheRumster What are you working on?

Hi everyone, just want to hear what other jazz trombonists are working on these days. I have been working on a lot of horn band / 70s / 80s funk stuff for some wedding gigs, but now I’m getting back to the jazz shed. I could use some inspiration!
What are you practicing? What resources are you learning from?
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2021.09.28 16:22 WanderWut Encounter Noble Pokémon in Pokémon Legends: Arceus!

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2021.09.28 16:22 Terry_Jeffords This is the bare minimum

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2021.09.28 16:22 prawnbiryani 💗☁🍦🌸🧁🤍🦩

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2021.09.28 16:22 Onwardandthen H: Fe90 gp W: Bols/ap/sent PA set

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