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Read this thread just after I finished Raithwall's tomb. Man my jobs are wayyy out there in comparison. Oh well, should be interesting at least!

Also, 16 year old me really liked the game when it came out but I honestly did not expect to be having so much fun with it. I'm very happy I bought this. Penelo is still annoying but not as much as I made her out to be in my head.

Hopefully I'm still as infatuated with it at the end of the game.

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Congratulations!

I was pretty anxious about my wedding day. My dad showed up 2 minutes before the ceremony (without his suit on yet) and a bunch of littlr stuff happened but I don't really remwmber any of it. But as soon as it started I basically had blinders on and nothing mattered except my now husband. All the memories I have are the good things.

Best of luck, I'm sure you two will have a wonderful wedding day and a beautiful life together!

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I've had lucid dreams for almost as long as I remember, though now I remember way less of them. When I was a teenager, I was put on Lexapro to help with panic attacks and depression and that gave me nightmares. However, I haven't been on medication since then and I only have one recurring dream/nightmare.

Relevant background info is that I have TMJ issues. My jaw will pop, sometimes feel like it locks up, and it'll be painful. So this nightmare I have every now and then: my jaw locks, and my mouth is open and I can't scream. Each one of my teeth shatter one by one and there are tears running down my face. It's terrible. Whenever I wake up, I can tell I've been crying. Thankfully, it doesn't happen too often. But yeah, that's the most vivid by far.

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OK. My mom is a cashier at safeway. ~15 is okay IF you cannot tell, and it's not extremely busy (also, if you are nice). Additionally, some cashiers will wave you over, especially if you can fit all items in a handheld basket. This is my reference. If you are self checkout, you have free reign unless you are grossly over limit.

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While playing games, I've stumbled across dishes that I've wanted to taste or try and make myself. Are there any dishes from games you've played that looked, or by description, sounded appetizing enough to make you want to recreate them or, at least, eat a similar version?

Off the top of my head, I recall Butterscotch Pie from Undertale and thinking that sounded delicious. Though I'm not a cinnamon person, I looked up the recipe for Cinnamon Pie, and well that sounded great too. On the savory side of things, I've always wanted to make a bowl so stocked with protein, that one might call it a portal to the meat dimension. And although I've made it multiple times now as an adult, growing up and seeing "Goopy Carbonara" in the Sims was always something that intrigued me (Carbonara is really good though). I'm also curious as to what YumYum Deviled Eggs would be like (if I were to recreated them I'd probably add avocado or something to appear "radiated"). Trails in the Sky also has a multitude of dishes (because cooking = crafting in that game) that seemed easy/appealing to make. Stardew Valley is another one, where it'd be pretty easy to put core ingredients together and add spices or herbs for flavor later.

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#7  Edited By azulot

I came across this post a while ago that was helpful for me:

https://www.reddit.com/r/learnprogramming/comments/6fto5j/how_to_start_learning_to_code_when_you_dont_know/

I liked Code Academy but didn't always feel like I was fully grasping the concepts at times so I switched to Free Code Camp. I have come across a few tasks where I wasn't sure quite how to put the pieces together, but that's nothing a quick google search didn't help.

Edit: Apologies for formatting, I'm on mobile.

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Theme Hospital.

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Hopefully this is helpful and not just a wall of useless text.

I've had my two cats for 6 and 7 years and they have two very different personalities. We leave our bedroom door open. One sleeps on the corner of the bed (like a dog) and the other will cuddle with us and then have his fill and sleep under our bed. They have a feeding schedule and know that sitting on our heads will help nothing. They were raised from kittens though, and the only reason I left the bedroom door open is because they can open door handles (but not knobs).

Like others have said, the cat may be distressed. You probably need to set up a comforting area. Have you tried feliway? There's a spray and a plug in. I believe it has some calming pheromones in it that helps relax cats. We used it when moving the cats and it helped out in the hotel room and especially the new apartment.

Catnip spray is also helpful. Spray it around the tower/post and a little on a blanket for their sleeping area. I did this weeks ago and one of my cats will scratch the post then snuggle up to it for a nap.

Oh and if you have carpet, put a towel under your door so your carpets not getting pulled out.

Keep in mind, the cat unfortunately may be set in their ways. Try a few things to comfort and get it situated but if it's still distressed you may have to give in. They are very finicky animals.

Best of luck and kudos for adopting an older cat!

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My only kickstarter backing was for a band and it was well worth it, the work on that album ended up getting them signed to Blue Swab records. I also had the pleasure of meeting them a few times and they're super talented fun guys. Gave $100 and couldn't be happier for them.

However. I have multiple Steam Early Access woes. I bought Towns - many are aware of the huge fiasco there. Anyway, I ended up hearing about Gnomoria. People were saying it was far less buggy and the devs were more communicative so I bought in. Then they took the money and ran too. I was really bummed because I love that style of game.

But, let me tell you Factorio and Rimworld are fantastic as are their devs. I have more fun with those games than quite a few full fledged games I own. Couldn't be happier with those purchases.