What Christmas song do you hate the most?

2021.12.01 21:58 giantflyingspiders What Christmas song do you hate the most?

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2021.12.01 21:58 Mysterious_Weather53 Brands that are both Homekit and Google compatible?

Just started out with smart home tech and haven't committed to either side yet. To play it safe, are there any brands that sell products that are both Homekit and Google compatible?
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2021.12.01 21:58 PlagueNurse2020 Feelin’ nostalgic for those choral notes

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2021.12.01 21:58 yama18 Phonsekal Irure families dream

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2021.12.01 21:58 WaveTight lang translates for leslie

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2021.12.01 21:58 Complete-Entrance-52 Montego Bay Jamaica Golf

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2021.12.01 21:58 ShamR0ckIt Just shit my pants

I was messing around with the menu, and when I chose forge lsc my game crashes, thought I got the ban hammer
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2021.12.01 21:58 UpinthatBuckethead Green Lantern #26 - Hyperthermia

DC Next presents:
GREEN LANTERN Issue Twenty-Six: Hyperthermia
Written by UpinthatBuckethead
Edited by Dwright
First | Next > Coming Next Month
Green Lantern Koriand’r sailed through the cold, empty spaceways of Space Sector 3015, alone for the first time in weeks. Not many weeks, she reminded herself. Barely even two months. The life of a Lantern was always a solitary one, even more so now that the Corps had been reduced to a mere seven members with no way to create more. Kory always regretted leaving Earth, especially under such circumstances. The month she’d spent with the Teen Titans, her former colleague Don Hall, and her daughter-from-the-future was a welcome break. Kory was still having a hard time placing Mar’i in her ever diminishing list of familial relationships, especially with Komand’r trapped in a Sciencell, but she was determined to make up for her initial cold response.
Rare as it was for them to be in the presence of familiar allies, it was rarer still for a Lantern to be in the presence of their peers. Kory was en route to meet up with two other Lanterns: Sodam Yat of Daxam and Tomar-Tu of Xudar. They were two of her deepest friends, their bonds forged in the fires of the Parallax War. She had a similar relationship with all of the remaining Corpsmen, although some were distinctively more alien than others.
The three Lanterns had received a priority call from Ganthet that transcended every other mission the Corps was receiving. Their most powerful member was in jeopardy. The distress beacon of their ring was emanating from an unpopulated area of this desolate space sector. They were probably only passing through, but Kory had to wonder what could stop an entire planet in its tracks like that? And what would, without destroying it?
Koriand’r sailed around a rogue asteroid, revealing two humanoid figures bathed in verdant light floating against the black backdrop of space. The person on the left glowed slightly more intensely than the one on the right, and she surmised the brighter of the two to be Sodam Yat. As she approached, her assumption was confirmed. The Daxamite turned with his signature confident smile and one arm crossed over the other. His right was composed of his normal flesh and blood, but his left was a construct generated as a perfect replacement for the one he’d lost in the battle with Parallax. Tomar-Tu’s beaked face was painted with a scowl.
“You’re late,” Tomar grunted in greeting.
“We were early,” Sodam chuckled. “Hey beautiful, it’s great to see you. How is Earth?”
“Earth is… different now,” Kory admitted, visibly annoyed at Sodam’s comment. “But it’s doing well. And it’s in good hands. Was that… compliment truly necessary?”
“He said the same upon meeting me,” Tomar said matter-of-factly.
“How’s Mogo?”
“Bleak,” Tomar-Tu held out his Power Ring, and created a hologram of Mogo, the living planet. It showed various data points, including temperature, humidity, and habitability. “We’re unsure what’s wrong. Something is driving up Mogo’s temperature, and it won’t be sustainable to the local flora and fauna for long. Without them, Mogo will start a runaway reaction that will render the planet uninhabitable.”
“Do you have any leads?” Kory wondered.
“None so far,” Sodam responded. “Mogo is usually well able to regulate his own temperature. We aren’t sure what could be causing this prolonged spike.”
You might not have any leads,” Tomar-Tu tutted with condescension, “but I do. These temperature fluxes are often the result of greenhouse gas increases, population changes, solar irregularities…”
“Is Mogo even in a solar system?” Kory looked at the stark emptiness around them. All of the stars were like tiny pinpricks in the distance, light years away.
“No,” Sodam said with a hearty laugh. “We chose a rendezvous far enough to be covert, but we aren’t that far.” He pointed to a particularly bright point of light, shining with a tint of emerald. “That’s him.”
“We’re wasting time,” Tomar grumbled. He drifted away from them, presumably in the direction of Mogo. Sodam transformed his hand into a cartoonish version of his partner’s head, mocking his serious tone before following. Shaking her head Kory trailed behind, taking care not to leave a beam of viridescent light in her wake.
Mogo, the living planet, grew to a size where it was recognizable after a ten minute flight. The covert Lantern strike team was approaching from the rear, where a vibrant band of green wrapped around its equator, stretching for hundreds of miles north and south. This was the back band of Mogo’s power ring. The front would have the classic Green Lantern signet, and outside of this forested band were Mogo’s deserts, oceans, and arctic regions. Clouds obscured his surface, and as they descended through the atmosphere, the Lanterns quickly noticed the humid heat that was uncharacteristic of the living planet. Mogo was typically an oasis. The three Lanterns touched down on soggy ground in the dense forest, and a remote howl echoed through the trees.
“Going off of your ‘leads’, Tomar,” Kory began to ponder, “How could Mogo be producing so much heat with no nearby star for energy?”
“Well, I suggested the greenhouse gas effect as well,” the Xudarian Lantern said.
“Doesn’t that require energy input as well?” Kory postulated. “I don’t think…”
“You guys are talking way above my pay grade right now,” Sodam sighed with exasperation, leaning himself against one of the thick green trunks of Mogo’s trees.
“Of course we are, you brute,” Tomar grunted, and Kory shot him a glare.
“Hey, that’s uncalled…”
She was cut off when the leaves on the trees began to quiver and shake, rustling together and forcing the birds and small animals from their branches. Sodam was forced off of his resting place, annoyed and perplexed. The ground beneath them shuddered, its disturbances intensifying until cracks began to form on Mogo’s surface, open gashes cutting across the living planet’s outer layer. Heat seeped out from the open chasms, which spewed noxious purple vapor. The Lanterns took off and the tree disappeared into a sinkhole behind them. They stared down at the loose dirt upon which they’d just been standing, their auras flickering green against the dense toxic gas that stayed low in the trees.
“That’s strange, to say the least,” Tomar frowned.
“Is that the greenhouse gas?” Sodam asked with a sarcastic snicker.
Kory swooped down towards the sinkhole that swallowed the tree as her companions bickered. She landed lightly on the edge, making sure to maintain her weightlessness so as to not worsen the situation. The mauve haze seemed to be eating at the bark of the nearby foliage. Ferns were wilting, leaves curling, bark peeling. The ground seemed like it was held together only by the immensely strong roots of Mogo’s trees, without which a chasm may have opened up beneath them. Peering inside, Kory couldn’t make out much - only the outside edges of the sinkhole were visible from her angle. She generated a simple orb of light and tossed it in, revealing a deep pit filled with a thickening smog. It turned opaque before the bottom, if there even was one.
“Hey, guys?” Kory called up to Tomar and Sodam, who were still entranced in their squabbling. Rolling her eyes, she cleared her throat. “Morons!”
They immediately stopped, turning their attention towards the exclamation.
“How rude,” Sodam whined, following Kory to the edge of the sinkhole.
“Not to mention incorrect,” Tomar said with disdain.
Sodam rolled his eyes. “I wouldn’t be so sure. What are we looking at?”
“Beats me,” Kory admitted. “Only thing I can think of is to go in.”
The prideful Daxamite’s grin stretched ear to ear. “Hell yeah!”
“Now, let’s just think this through for a second…” Tomar-Tu started, but his objections fell on deaf ears.
Sodam had already leapt into the sinkhole, plunging down into Mogo holding his construct fist over his head to light the way. The others took off after him, barely managing to keep the headstrong Lantern in their sights as the haze grew thicker and thicker. After a remarkably short time, Kory was forced to activate the thermal imaging of her ring to enhance her vision in the lightless setting. Even that was hard to make out with the heat and humidity Mogo was outputting.
Kory slammed into Sodam, who’d suddenly stopped.
“What the -”
“This is the end,” Sodam said simply, cutting her off.
She rubbed where her head hit his back, landed and observed her surroundings as well as she could. He was correct, they seemed to have reached the conclusion of the pit. The tree that fell was on its side with no leaves left on its broken branches. There was a distinct hardness beneath the loose dirt that she could feel in her feet. A huge stone was underneath them, probably what stopped the collapsing sinkhole. Kory walked around in an attempt to sense its boundaries, but the rock was solid all the way across the hole. She noticed that purple haze was thickest at the edges of the shaft, and that in the few moments they’d been exploring, the tree had gone from a medium brown to dark black. Tomar soon followed from above, touching down softly beside her and grimacing.
“It smells like death down here,” he grunted.
“If you could smell it, you probably would be dead*,” Kory rolled her eyes. “Now, shut up.”
Kory held out her hand and Tomar sealed his beak. A huge fan sprung from Kory’s power ring, and she swept away the fog with several powerful beats. This confirmed her suspicions regarding the source of the gas, which was leaking visibly from the bottom edges of the pit. Moments later the vapor was pooling at their feet, and rising once again.
“It’s coming from below us…” she said with a frown.
“Perhaps we should return to the surface and plug the hole,” Tomar suggested. “Try to contain this ecological disaster while we can.”
“If we do that, we’ll never find out what it is,” Kory pushed back. “We came here to save Mogo, not his ecology.”
“I’d argue they’re one and the same,” Tomar shot back.
While Tomar and Kory discussed the pros and cons of investigating further, Sodam was taking matters into his own hands. Or, his own constructs. First, he made a broom to sweep away the few inches of soil sitting above the stone base. Then, with the plate exposed, he transformed his emerald fist into a four-inch drill. The contraption sped to high speed before he rammed it into the rock. A blast of dust hit him in the face, but he closed his eyes and kept pressing.
“What are you doing?” Tomar gasped when he realized what Sodam was up to, but it was too late.
With a thunderous sound, a crack formed in the rock’s surface. Kory and Tomar hovered for their protection with Sodam taking their lead moments later. Purple gas spewed out from the opening like it was under pressure, causing the protective aura over his face to flicker visibly. The floor began to cave in, dirt and rock roaring as it tumbled down into the depths below. The air was immediately full of the noxious chemical, and a pale glow lit the air into a dull brown color.
Down far beneath them was something akin to an open, festering wound. There was a long, deep gash in Mogo’s subterranean layers all the way down to his mantle. From where they were floating, they could see the viscous materials - Mogo’s lifeblood - flowing freely. Strange fungal pustules were growing on the sides of the chasm, lavender in color but shaped like chanterelles. They were quivering, and continuously expelling their thick toxic clouds. Kory drifted down towards the mushrooms, generated a pair of construct scissors, and clipped one. She picked it up and scanned it with her ring.
“Processing…” her Power Ring notified before all of their rings dinged, flashed, and vibrated in the Green Lantern emergency frequency. “Warning: Planetary infection detected! Warning: Planetary infection detected!”
Kory looked to her partners, but they merely stared, Tomar flummoxed for the first time that Kory had ever seen.
“What in the world…”
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2021.12.01 21:58 SirBeastlingPro How to Prevent Triggers Both Positive and Negative?

Is there any way to prevent triggers from bringing alters to the front? I don't have many, but sometimes I get triggered and I have to use all my willpower to not switch. It is exhausting, and leaves me dissociated afterwards.
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2021.12.01 21:58 Arfusman Has anyone else using the bally app with a directv subscription not been able to watch southeast? Says my region is National and won't let me watch the Hawks..

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2021.12.01 21:58 Creador_papu sale camiseta con esto pa???

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2021.12.01 21:58 ant101100 James you know what to do

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2021.12.01 21:58 Mulleinx THE THREE WORLDS of Vedic Cosmology (Heaven, Earth, and the Underworld).

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2021.12.01 21:58 Aggressive-Alfalfa32 Jealously Whining Bulldog, Adorable

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2021.12.01 21:58 weezercring how to stop being tired and not wanting to talk

i’ve been having this weird thing where i just feel tired and don’t feel like talking or sometimes i feel like talking and not tired but i’m almost always tired and don’t want to talk, any advice?
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2021.12.01 21:58 cullingofwolves The High Marshal with cleaning crew in tow

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2021.12.01 21:58 Gusky14 Pivotal Weather Tip

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2021.12.01 21:58 winterneuro ME to wife: But I thought you told me to grab the baby before we left?

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2021.12.01 21:58 frenzy2637 Need help with the Pokédex

I just need a riolu and that’s it I’ll trade it back to you it would be a great help and no I can’t get the one on the iron island for the fact that I trade the egg for another egg
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2021.12.01 21:58 Falchion99 Reshiram, 1476 9999 7669, adding 10

1476 9999 7669
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2021.12.01 21:58 SpaceXMemelord Tips for a new PC gamer?

Hi all! I'm getting my first gaming PC at the end of this month and I'm wondering if there's anything I need to know before then? Other than Minecraft, I'm completely new to PC gaming. I'd appreciate any advice :)
Specs, Incase anyone cares:
Ryzen 7 5700G RTX 3060 16gb RAM 512gb SSD 1tb HDD
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2021.12.01 21:58 amozification Back2Back (2020 & 2021)

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2021.12.01 21:58 visc0siity Liu Dongcheng has had enough

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2021.12.01 21:58 rvncto Just got a thank you wave for letting someone merge in. Never see that anymore.

Forgot how pleasant something so simple feels.
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2021.12.01 21:58 Federal_Lead_2299 We need a 𝘼𝙎𝙄𝘼𝙉 sever because global so lag

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