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2023.06.08 06:29 *Cautious-Metal-2786* **Hanoi vs Saigon**

Currently travelling Vietnam and am re thinking my itinerary. Originally planned Hanoi>SaPa>Mai Chau>Hoi An> Da Nang>Saigon

After spending 4 days in Hanoi and finding it completely over stimulating and extremely stressful I’m wondering if I should scrap Saigon? I’m in SaPa at the moment and love it here, I’m much more of a countryside person but do like to have a look at a city. Would you say Saigon is similar to Hanoi in the fact there’s barely any quiet areas ? Or is it a little less busy?

I’m not trying to bash Hanoi at all, super cool place with a lot of history and things to do but simply too much for me. What are peoples thoughts on Saigon compared to Hanoi?

Also any recommendations for the places I’ve listed are very much welcome! I have an idea of what to do but would love to hear people’s own input too.

Thanks:)

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After spending 4 days in Hanoi and finding it completely over stimulating and extremely stressful I’m wondering if I should scrap Saigon? I’m in SaPa at the moment and love it here, I’m much more of a countryside person but do like to have a look at a city. Would you say Saigon is similar to Hanoi in the fact there’s barely any quiet areas ? Or is it a little less busy?

I’m not trying to bash Hanoi at all, super cool place with a lot of history and things to do but simply too much for me. What are peoples thoughts on Saigon compared to Hanoi?

Also any recommendations for the places I’ve listed are very much welcome! I have an idea of what to do but would love to hear people’s own input too.

Thanks:)

2023.06.08 06:28 *The_Dark_Sovereign_* **The Witch of France**

In 1898 a baby boy was left on the doorstep of the church of a small French village. He was assumed to be from Irland as he was left with a note with a Keltic knot. He grew up bullied due to his appearance, and was mocked for being deformed...especially as he grew up and his features took a more feminine turn. He now works with the Marigold gang and has become great friends with the Savoy siblings... submitted by The_Dark_Sovereign_ to Lackadaisy [link] [comments] |

2023.06.08 06:28 *Preetham-PPM* **Guys, I have studies all this Math, is this enough to get AIR 1 in International Math Olympaid?**

(infinity,1)Cat

(infinity,1)Topos

(infinity,n)Cat

(∞,1)Operad

2Cat

A Categorical Manifesto

A Concise Course in Algebraic Topology

A Cubical Approach to Synthetic Homotopy Theory

A History of Western Philosophy

A Polarized View of String Topology

A Survey of Cohomological Physics

A crash course in topos theory -- The big picture

A mechanization of the Blakers-Massey connectivity theorem in Homotopy Type Theory

A string diagram calculus for predicate logic

ASSet

Ab

AbMon > history

Abstract and Concrete Categories

Adjointness for 2-Categories

Adjointness in Foundations

Airy function

Alg

Algebraic Homotopy

Algebres enveloppantes

Ambidexterity in K(n)-Local Stable Homotopy Theory

An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry

An Exercise in Kantization

An Introduction to Homological Algebra

Analysis Situs

Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy

Ausdehnungslehre

Australian Category Theory Seminar

Banach algebra

Banach ring

Banach space

Bartel Leendert van der Waerden

Basic Bundle Theory and K-Cohomology Invariants

Beiträge zur Begründung der transfiniten Mengenlehre

Bol loop

BoolAlg

Boole -- The Laws of Thought

Bordism, Stable Homotopy and Adams Spectral Sequences

Borel summability

BrownAHT

Bruck-Toyoda theorem

C*Alg

CAT

CRing

Calculus of fractions and homotopy theory

Calculus on Manifolds

CartSp

Cat

Categorical Homotopy Theory

Categorical dynamics

Categories and Sheaves

Categories for the Working Mathematician

Categories in Continuum Physics

Categories, Allegories

Category Theory in Context

Catégories Tannakiennes

Cauchy integral theorem

Cellular Cohomology in Homotopy Type Theory

Center for Quantum and Topological Systems

Characteristic forms and geometric invariants

Chiral Algebras

Chiral Nuclear Dynamics

Chromatic Homotopy Theory

Chu construction

Classification of continuous maps of a complex into a sphere

Closed Immersions

CoDGCA

CocommCoalg

Cohesive Toposes -- Combinatorial and Infinitesimal Cases

Cohesive Toposes and Cantor's "lauter Einsen"

Combinatorial Homotopy and 4-Dimensional Complexes

Combinatorial model categories have presentations

Combinatorial species and tree-like structures

CommAlg

Comments on the development of topos theory

Commutative Algebra

Como

CompBoolAlg

CompLat

Complex cobordism and stable homotopy groups of spheres

Complex oriented cohomology theories and the language of stacks

Computational Topology, An Introduction

Conformal field theory in four and six dimensions

Connections, Curvature, and Cohomology

Converging Realities -- Toward a common philosophy of physics and mathematics

Cospans in Algebraic Topology

Counterexamples in Topology

Cours d'Analyse

Course of Theoretical Physics

Critique of Pure Reason

Croatian Black Hole School

Crossed Menagerie

Daniell integral

Deformation Theory

Des Catégories Abéliennes

Descent Theorems

Differential Forms in Algebraic Topology

Dirac charge quantization and generalized differential cohomology

Directed Algebraic Topology

Disquisitiones Arithmeticae

DistLat

Duff interview at M-Theory-Mathematics 2020

EGA

EGA IV

Eilenberg-MacLane Spaces in Homotopy Type Theory

Elementary Categories, Elementary Toposes

Elements

Elements of Mathematics

Elements of ∞-Category Theory

Elliptic Cohomology I

Encyclopaedia of Mathematics

Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences

Equality in hyperdoctrines and comprehension schema as an adjoint functor

Equivariant cohomology theories

Equivariant stable homotopy theory

F-norm

FAC

FGA

FGA explained

Factorization algebras in perturbative quantum field theory

FinRel

FinSet

Finite Quantum Electrodynamics -- The Causal Approach

Five lectures on supersymmetry

Formal Moduli Problems and DG-Lie Algebras

Foundations of Algebraic Topology

Foundations of Constructive Analysis

Foundations of Mechanics

Fourier transform

Frames and Locales

Fredholm operator

Friedrichs extension

Friedrichs' system

Frm

From Fields to Strings -- Circumnavigating Theoretical Physics

From String structures to Spin structures on loop spaces

From classical field theory to perturbative quantum field theory

Functorial Semantics of Algebraic Theories

Fundamental Bigroupoids and 2-Covering Spaces

GAGA

Gabriel multiplication

Galois Theories

Gauge Field Theory and Complex Geometry

Gelfand duality

Gelfand spectrum

General Theory of Natural Equivalences

Geometric Algebra

Geometric Models for Elliptic Cohomology

Geometric and topological structures related to M-branes

Geometry, Topology and Physics

Global Homotopy Theory and Cohesion

Global homotopy theory

Grassmannian

Gravitation

Grothendieck Festschrift

GroupNames

Groupprops

Grp

Grpd

Grundlage der gesamten Wissenschaftslehre

Grundriss des Eigenthümlichen der Wissenschaftslehre

Gérard Gonzalez-Sprinberg

Handbook of Algebraic Topology

Handbook of Analysis and its Foundations

Handbook of Analysis and its Foundations

Handbook of Categorical Algebra

Handbook of Homotopy Theory

Handbook of K-theory

Handbook of Quantum Gravity

Handbook of Quantum Logic and Quantum Structures

Hausdorff series

Hazewinkel, Witt vectors

Help me! I'm trying to understand Bakalov and Kirillov

HeytAlg

Higher Algebra

Higher Algebraic Structures and Quantization

Higher Groups in Homotopy Type Theory

Higher Structures in M-Theory 2018

Higher Topos Theory

Higher categories and homotopical algebra

Higher-Dimensional Types in the Mechanization of Homotopy Theory

Hilb

Hilbert space

Ho(Cat)

Ho(Top)

Ho(sSet)

Ho(∞Grpd)

HoTT at DMV2015

HoTT in Bonn2018

Hodge theory and Complex algebraic geometry

Homotopical Algebra

Homotopy Limit Functors on Model Categories and Homotopical Categories

Homotopy Limits, Completions and Localizations

Homotopy Theory of Higher Categories

Homotopy Type Theory -- Univalent Foundations of Mathematics

Homotopy Type Theory Electronic Seminar Talks

Homotopy Types

Homotopy limits, completions and localizations

Homotopy theories and model categories

Homotopy topoi and equivariant elliptic cohomology

Hopf algebroid

Hopf algebroid over a commutative base

Hopf module

Indagationes Mathematicae

Infinity-Grpd

Introduction to Higher-Order Categorical Logic

Introduction to Homotopy Type Theory

Introduction to Strings and Branes

Introduction to compact transformation groups

Introduction to fibrewise homotopy theory

Introduction to foliations and Lie groupoids

Introduction to Étale Cohomology

Isle of Thorns

Jacobson ring

Joost Vercruysse

K-Theory for Operator Algebras

Kenzo

Kerodon

Kontsevich formality

Kontsevich-Vishik trace

LOOPS'22

Lagrange inversion

Lat

Lebesgue space

Lectures on Equivariant Stable Homotopy Theory

Lectures on category theory

Lectures on n-Categories and Cohomology

Lectures on the History of Philosophy

Lectures on the Orbit Method

Lectures on the Philosophy of History

Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion

Lectures on the geometry of quantization

Lectures on Étale Cohomology

Les Dérivateurs

Lex

Lie Groups, Lie Algebras, Cohomology and Some Applications in Physics

LieAlg

LieGrpd

Loc

Local homotopy theory

Localization in Homotopy Type Theory

Locally Presentable and Accessible Categories

Logic as the Essence of Philosophy

Long March

Loop Groups and Twisted K-Theory

Loop Groups, Characters and Elliptic Curves

M-Theory and Mathematics

MSet

Macdonald polynomial

Malcev, protomodular, homological and semi-abelian categories

Mathematical Theory of Quantum Fields

Mathematical Topics Between Classical and Quantum Mechanics

Mathematical methods of classical mechanics

Meaning and Necessity

Meas

Metaphysics (Aristotle)

Methods of Modern Mathematical Physics

Methods of homological algebra

Mixed Hodge Structures

Mod

Modalities in homotopy type theory

Model Categories

Model Categories and More General Abstract Homotopy Theory

Model Categories and Their Localizations

Model categories of diagram spectra

Models for Smooth Infinitesimal Analysis

Modern Differential Geometry for Physicists

Modern foundations for stable homotopy theory

Moderne Algebra

Mon(∞,1)Cat

Monoidal Functors, Species and Hopf Algebras

Morita context

MultiSet

N-complex

Najib Idrissi

Naming and Necessity

Natural operations in differential geometry

Nature conformable to herself

Naturerkennen und Logik

New Dimensions in Geometry

(COPYPASTA MADE BY PREETHAM)

New Spaces for Mathematics and Physics

Non-Archimedean Analysis

Nonabelian Algebraic Topology

Noncommutative Algebra

Noncommutative Geometry

Noncommutative Geometry, Quantum Fields and Motives

Northwestern TFT Conference 2009

Notes on homotopical algebra

Oberwolfach

Oberwolfach HoTT-Coq tutorial

On PL deRham theory and rational homotopy type

On Vortex Atoms

On the Classification of Topological Field Theories

On the Space-Theory of Matter

On the homotopy groups of spheres in homotopy type theory

Operad

Operator theory in the C*-algebra framework

Orbifolds in Mathematics and Physics

Ore domain

Parametrized Homotopy Theory

Parmenides dialogue

Peripatetic Seminar on Sheaves and Logic

PermCat

Perturbative Algebraic Quantum Field Theory

Phenomenology of Spirit

Philosophy of Nature

Physical Mathematics and the Future

Picard-Lefschetz theory

Planet Math

Poiss

Pos

Pr(infinity,1)Cat

Practical Foundations for Programming Languages

Practical Foundations of Mathematics

Principia Mathematica

Problems in the theory of automorphic forms -- 45 years later

Prof

Proper Morphisms, Completions, and the Grothendieck Existence Theorem

Properties of Integral Morava K-Theory and the Asserted Application to the Diaconescu-Moore-Witten Anomaly

Pursuing Stacks

QCD and strongly coupled gauge theories - challenges and perspectives

Quadratic Functions in Geometry, Topology, and M-Theory

Quantization of Gauge Systems

Quantum Fields and Strings

Quantum Gauge Theories -- A True Ghost Story

Quantum Information Meets Quantum Matter

Quantum mechanics for mathematicians

Quantum physics: a functional integral point of view

Quasi-Coherent Sheaves and Tannaka Duality Theorems

Quelques propriétés globales des variétés différentiables

Quiv

Rational and p-adic Homotopy Theory

Rees matrix semigroup

Rel

Renormalization and Effective Field Theory

Representability Theorems

Riccati equation

Richard Dawid

Ring

Rings, modules and algebras in stable homotopy theory

Rota-Baxter algebra

Ryan Rohm

SDiff

SGA1

SSet Cat

Sage

Schanuel's lemma

Schauenburg bialgebroid

Schwarzian derivative

Schwinger-Tomonaga-Feynman-Dyson

SemiLat

Seminar on Triples and Categorical Homology Theory

Set

Sets for Mathematics

Sheaves in Geometry and Logic

SimpAb

SimpSet

Simplicial homotopy theory

Sketches of an Elephant

SmoothManifolds

Sobolev space

Some Thoughts on the Future of Category Theory

Some geometric perspectives in concurrency theory

Some remarks on axiomatized set theory

Some title containing the words "homotopy" and "symplectic", e.g. this one

Spectral Algebraic Geometry

Spectral Schemes

Spectrum

Spin geometry

Stab(infinity,1)Cat

Stable Infinity-Categories

Stable categories and structured ring spectra

Stable homotopy and generalised homology

Stefaan Caenepeel

Stone Spaces

StreetCBS

String Theory Dynamics In Various Dimensions

String Theory and Particle Physics -- An Introduction to String Phenomenology

String theory

String theory and the real world

Strings 2022

Structural Complexity of Proofs

Structured Spaces

Structures de Dérivabilité

StrωGrpd

SupLat

Supergravity and Superstrings - A Geometric Perspective

Supersymmetries and their Representations

Supersymmetry for mathematicians

Symmetric spectra

Symmetry

Séminaire Bourbaki

T-Duality and Differential K-Theory

T-Duality in K-theory and Elliptic Cohomology

Takeuchi product

The Blind Spot

The Cauchy Problem in Classical Supergravity

The Convenient Setting of Global Analysis

The Geometry of Physics - An Introduction

The Impact of D-Branes on Mathematics

The Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

The Multifaceted Skyrmion

The Principles of Quantum Mechanics

The Relation of Cobordism to K-Theories

The Rising Sea

The Self-Organizing Universe

The Stacks Project

The Theory of Quasi-Categories and its Applications

The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences

The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Physics in the Mathematical Sciences

The World in Eleven Dimensions

The join construction

The many faces of the superworld

The real projective spaces in homotopy type theory

The role of locality in perturbation theory

Theory and Applications of Categories

Three Roles of Quantum Field Theory

Timaeus dialogue

Tools for the advancement of objective logic

Top

TopGrp

TopMfd

Topological Algebraic Geometry - A Workshop

Topological Quantum Field Theories from Compact Lie Groups

Topological Quantum Field Theory, Nonlocal Operators, and Gapped Phases of Gauge Theories

Topos

Topos Theory

Toposes of laws of motion

Topospaces

Towards Higher Categories

Towards Higher Universal Algebra in Type Theory

Towards an enumerative geometry of the moduli space of curves

Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

Transformation Groups

Transformation Groups and Representation Theory

Type Theory and Functional Programming

Vect

W algebra

Weierstrass preparation theorem

Young measure

affine Grassmannian

analytic geometry

associative Yang-Baxter equation

bananaspace

bicovariant differential calculus

books about string theory

books and reviews in mathematical physics

books in algebraic geometry

bounded operator

brace

calculus

canonical hypergroup

categorification in representation theory

category of V-enriched categories

category of chain complexes

category of cubes - exposition

category of monoids

category of representations

category of simple graphs

central bimodule

classification of finite simple groups

colocalization

combinatorial group theory

compact operator

complex analysis

convergence

coring

crossed product algebra

cyclic category

cyclic derivation

dSet

dgAlg

dgcAlg

dilogarithm

distribution

divergent series

double Poisson structure

double derivation

dual basis

entire function

essential ideal

finite field

formality

formally real field

free Lie algebra

functional analysis

functional analysis bibliography

gebra theory

globe category

harmonic analysis

historical notes on quasigroups

homotopy type theory - references

homotopy type theory events

hyperfunction

hyperring

identity of Bol-Moufang type

infinitesimal analysis

integral

integral transform

isotope (algebra)

lacuna

local analytic geometry

local category

locally convex topological vector space

magma

math blogs

mathematical literature

measurable function

measure space

mediality

meromorphic function

microlocal analysis

microlocal category

microlocal defect functional

microlocal sheaf theory

model theory of fields

modular ideal

movable singularity

multiplier algebra

nCob

nGrpd

near-ring

necklace Lie algebra

noncommutative rational function

noncommutative residue

operational calculus

operator algebra

power series

power series

pre-Calabi-Yau algebra

preprojective algebra

pseudocompact ring

punny title

quasideterminant

quasifield

radical ring

regular field extension

regular summation method

rewriting

sAb

sampling theory

self-adjoint extension

set theoretic Yang-Baxter equation

simplex category

sources in computational topology

spectral theory

superfluous epimorphism

symplectic reflection algebra

tertiary radical

topological vector space

transvection

truss

ultradistribution

umbral calculus

umbral calculus

unbounded operator

uniform filter

uniform module

vDbl

variational calculus

weak bialgebra

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(infinity,1)Topos

(infinity,n)Cat

(∞,1)Operad

2Cat

A Categorical Manifesto

A Concise Course in Algebraic Topology

A Cubical Approach to Synthetic Homotopy Theory

A History of Western Philosophy

A Polarized View of String Topology

A Survey of Cohomological Physics

A crash course in topos theory -- The big picture

A mechanization of the Blakers-Massey connectivity theorem in Homotopy Type Theory

A string diagram calculus for predicate logic

ASSet

Ab

AbMon > history

Abstract and Concrete Categories

Adjointness for 2-Categories

Adjointness in Foundations

Airy function

Alg

Algebraic Homotopy

Algebres enveloppantes

Ambidexterity in K(n)-Local Stable Homotopy Theory

An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry

An Exercise in Kantization

An Introduction to Homological Algebra

Analysis Situs

Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy

Ausdehnungslehre

Australian Category Theory Seminar

Banach algebra

Banach ring

Banach space

Bartel Leendert van der Waerden

Basic Bundle Theory and K-Cohomology Invariants

Beiträge zur Begründung der transfiniten Mengenlehre

Bol loop

BoolAlg

Boole -- The Laws of Thought

Bordism, Stable Homotopy and Adams Spectral Sequences

Borel summability

BrownAHT

Bruck-Toyoda theorem

C*Alg

CAT

CRing

Calculus of fractions and homotopy theory

Calculus on Manifolds

CartSp

Cat

Categorical Homotopy Theory

Categorical dynamics

Categories and Sheaves

Categories for the Working Mathematician

Categories in Continuum Physics

Categories, Allegories

Category Theory in Context

Catégories Tannakiennes

Cauchy integral theorem

Cellular Cohomology in Homotopy Type Theory

Center for Quantum and Topological Systems

Characteristic forms and geometric invariants

Chiral Algebras

Chiral Nuclear Dynamics

Chromatic Homotopy Theory

Chu construction

Classification of continuous maps of a complex into a sphere

Closed Immersions

CoDGCA

CocommCoalg

Cohesive Toposes -- Combinatorial and Infinitesimal Cases

Cohesive Toposes and Cantor's "lauter Einsen"

Combinatorial Homotopy and 4-Dimensional Complexes

Combinatorial model categories have presentations

Combinatorial species and tree-like structures

CommAlg

Comments on the development of topos theory

Commutative Algebra

Como

CompBoolAlg

CompLat

Complex cobordism and stable homotopy groups of spheres

Complex oriented cohomology theories and the language of stacks

Computational Topology, An Introduction

Conformal field theory in four and six dimensions

Connections, Curvature, and Cohomology

Converging Realities -- Toward a common philosophy of physics and mathematics

Cospans in Algebraic Topology

Counterexamples in Topology

Cours d'Analyse

Course of Theoretical Physics

Critique of Pure Reason

Croatian Black Hole School

Crossed Menagerie

Daniell integral

Deformation Theory

Des Catégories Abéliennes

Descent Theorems

Differential Forms in Algebraic Topology

Dirac charge quantization and generalized differential cohomology

Directed Algebraic Topology

Disquisitiones Arithmeticae

DistLat

Duff interview at M-Theory-Mathematics 2020

EGA

EGA IV

Eilenberg-MacLane Spaces in Homotopy Type Theory

Elementary Categories, Elementary Toposes

Elements

Elements of Mathematics

Elements of ∞-Category Theory

Elliptic Cohomology I

Encyclopaedia of Mathematics

Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences

Equality in hyperdoctrines and comprehension schema as an adjoint functor

Equivariant cohomology theories

Equivariant stable homotopy theory

F-norm

FAC

FGA

FGA explained

Factorization algebras in perturbative quantum field theory

FinRel

FinSet

Finite Quantum Electrodynamics -- The Causal Approach

Five lectures on supersymmetry

Formal Moduli Problems and DG-Lie Algebras

Foundations of Algebraic Topology

Foundations of Constructive Analysis

Foundations of Mechanics

Fourier transform

Frames and Locales

Fredholm operator

Friedrichs extension

Friedrichs' system

Frm

From Fields to Strings -- Circumnavigating Theoretical Physics

From String structures to Spin structures on loop spaces

From classical field theory to perturbative quantum field theory

Functorial Semantics of Algebraic Theories

Fundamental Bigroupoids and 2-Covering Spaces

GAGA

Gabriel multiplication

Galois Theories

Gauge Field Theory and Complex Geometry

Gelfand duality

Gelfand spectrum

General Theory of Natural Equivalences

Geometric Algebra

Geometric Models for Elliptic Cohomology

Geometric and topological structures related to M-branes

Geometry, Topology and Physics

Global Homotopy Theory and Cohesion

Global homotopy theory

Grassmannian

Gravitation

Grothendieck Festschrift

GroupNames

Groupprops

Grp

Grpd

Grundlage der gesamten Wissenschaftslehre

Grundriss des Eigenthümlichen der Wissenschaftslehre

Gérard Gonzalez-Sprinberg

Handbook of Algebraic Topology

Handbook of Analysis and its Foundations

Handbook of Analysis and its Foundations

Handbook of Categorical Algebra

Handbook of Homotopy Theory

Handbook of K-theory

Handbook of Quantum Gravity

Handbook of Quantum Logic and Quantum Structures

Hausdorff series

Hazewinkel, Witt vectors

Help me! I'm trying to understand Bakalov and Kirillov

HeytAlg

Higher Algebra

Higher Algebraic Structures and Quantization

Higher Groups in Homotopy Type Theory

Higher Structures in M-Theory 2018

Higher Topos Theory

Higher categories and homotopical algebra

Higher-Dimensional Types in the Mechanization of Homotopy Theory

Hilb

Hilbert space

Ho(Cat)

Ho(Top)

Ho(sSet)

Ho(∞Grpd)

HoTT at DMV2015

HoTT in Bonn2018

Hodge theory and Complex algebraic geometry

Homotopical Algebra

Homotopy Limit Functors on Model Categories and Homotopical Categories

Homotopy Limits, Completions and Localizations

Homotopy Theory of Higher Categories

Homotopy Type Theory -- Univalent Foundations of Mathematics

Homotopy Type Theory Electronic Seminar Talks

Homotopy Types

Homotopy limits, completions and localizations

Homotopy theories and model categories

Homotopy topoi and equivariant elliptic cohomology

Hopf algebroid

Hopf algebroid over a commutative base

Hopf module

Indagationes Mathematicae

Infinity-Grpd

Introduction to Higher-Order Categorical Logic

Introduction to Homotopy Type Theory

Introduction to Strings and Branes

Introduction to compact transformation groups

Introduction to fibrewise homotopy theory

Introduction to foliations and Lie groupoids

Introduction to Étale Cohomology

Isle of Thorns

Jacobson ring

Joost Vercruysse

K-Theory for Operator Algebras

Kenzo

Kerodon

Kontsevich formality

Kontsevich-Vishik trace

LOOPS'22

Lagrange inversion

Lat

Lebesgue space

Lectures on Equivariant Stable Homotopy Theory

Lectures on category theory

Lectures on n-Categories and Cohomology

Lectures on the History of Philosophy

Lectures on the Orbit Method

Lectures on the Philosophy of History

Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion

Lectures on the geometry of quantization

Lectures on Étale Cohomology

Les Dérivateurs

Lex

Lie Groups, Lie Algebras, Cohomology and Some Applications in Physics

LieAlg

LieGrpd

Loc

Local homotopy theory

Localization in Homotopy Type Theory

Locally Presentable and Accessible Categories

Logic as the Essence of Philosophy

Long March

Loop Groups and Twisted K-Theory

Loop Groups, Characters and Elliptic Curves

M-Theory and Mathematics

MSet

Macdonald polynomial

Malcev, protomodular, homological and semi-abelian categories

Mathematical Theory of Quantum Fields

Mathematical Topics Between Classical and Quantum Mechanics

Mathematical methods of classical mechanics

Meaning and Necessity

Meas

Metaphysics (Aristotle)

Methods of Modern Mathematical Physics

Methods of homological algebra

Mixed Hodge Structures

Mod

Modalities in homotopy type theory

Model Categories

Model Categories and More General Abstract Homotopy Theory

Model Categories and Their Localizations

Model categories of diagram spectra

Models for Smooth Infinitesimal Analysis

Modern Differential Geometry for Physicists

Modern foundations for stable homotopy theory

Moderne Algebra

Mon(∞,1)Cat

Monoidal Functors, Species and Hopf Algebras

Morita context

MultiSet

N-complex

Najib Idrissi

Naming and Necessity

Natural operations in differential geometry

Nature conformable to herself

Naturerkennen und Logik

New Dimensions in Geometry

(COPYPASTA MADE BY PREETHAM)

New Spaces for Mathematics and Physics

Non-Archimedean Analysis

Nonabelian Algebraic Topology

Noncommutative Algebra

Noncommutative Geometry

Noncommutative Geometry, Quantum Fields and Motives

Northwestern TFT Conference 2009

Notes on homotopical algebra

Oberwolfach

Oberwolfach HoTT-Coq tutorial

On PL deRham theory and rational homotopy type

On Vortex Atoms

On the Classification of Topological Field Theories

On the Space-Theory of Matter

On the homotopy groups of spheres in homotopy type theory

Operad

Operator theory in the C*-algebra framework

Orbifolds in Mathematics and Physics

Ore domain

Parametrized Homotopy Theory

Parmenides dialogue

Peripatetic Seminar on Sheaves and Logic

PermCat

Perturbative Algebraic Quantum Field Theory

Phenomenology of Spirit

Philosophy of Nature

Physical Mathematics and the Future

Picard-Lefschetz theory

Planet Math

Poiss

Pos

Pr(infinity,1)Cat

Practical Foundations for Programming Languages

Practical Foundations of Mathematics

Principia Mathematica

Problems in the theory of automorphic forms -- 45 years later

Prof

Proper Morphisms, Completions, and the Grothendieck Existence Theorem

Properties of Integral Morava K-Theory and the Asserted Application to the Diaconescu-Moore-Witten Anomaly

Pursuing Stacks

QCD and strongly coupled gauge theories - challenges and perspectives

Quadratic Functions in Geometry, Topology, and M-Theory

Quantization of Gauge Systems

Quantum Fields and Strings

Quantum Gauge Theories -- A True Ghost Story

Quantum Information Meets Quantum Matter

Quantum mechanics for mathematicians

Quantum physics: a functional integral point of view

Quasi-Coherent Sheaves and Tannaka Duality Theorems

Quelques propriétés globales des variétés différentiables

Quiv

Rational and p-adic Homotopy Theory

Rees matrix semigroup

Rel

Renormalization and Effective Field Theory

Representability Theorems

Riccati equation

Richard Dawid

Ring

Rings, modules and algebras in stable homotopy theory

Rota-Baxter algebra

Ryan Rohm

SDiff

SGA1

SSet Cat

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2023.06.08 06:25 *bikingfencer* **Galatians, chapter 4 - election**

-3. … we were enslaved [משעבדים,

“The word τα στοιχεια [-4. But [אבל,ta stoikheia],the elements... meant (a) the letters of the alphabet… (b) the elements of which a thing was composed, as the fire, air, earth, and water of which the world was thought to be constituted; (c) the elements of the universe, the larger cosmos, including the sun, moon, planets, and stars; and (d) the spirits, angels, and demons which were believed to ensoul the heavenly bodies, traverse all space, and inhabit every nook and cranny of earth, particularly tombs, desert places, and demented persons. These spirits were said to be organized like human governments. In Rom. [Romans] 8:38 Paul calls them ‘principalities’ and ‘powers.’ And vss. [verses] 9 and 10 of our present chapter indicate that he has them in mind in vs. [verse] 3. …

Paul … includes in ‘the elements of the universe’ all sub-Christian ideas and observances, both Jewish and Gentile. He regards these ‘elements’ as slave drivers who frighten men with curses for not propitiating them by observance of special days and seasons, food taboos, dietary fads, and circumcision. In Christ he declared his independence of Fate, Fortune, Luck, and Chance, and from astrology, the counterfeit religion and bastard sister of astronomy, whose practitioners exploited the superstition that the stars controlled men’s lives from birth to death.” (Stamm, 1953,TIBvol. X pp. 521 & 522)

“The elements of the world] A mere Jewish phrase, יסודי עולם הזהyasudey ‘olam hazzeh, ‘the principles of this world;’ that is, the rudiments or principles of the Jewish religion. The apostle intimates that the law was not the science of salvation; it was only the elements or alphabet of it.” (Clarke, 1831, vol. II p. 387)

“The four words, το πληρωμα του χρονου [-7. Accordingly [לפיכך,to pleroma tou khronou],the fullness of the time, express a whole philosophy of history. The Hebrew prophets and Jewish apocalyptists believed that their God was the creator of the universe and arbiter of the destinies of all men and nations. Nothing could happen that was not his doing, either directly or indirectly through angels and men. He had a time for everything, and everything happened exactly on time. … The completion of this present age would be marked by a blood-red revolution, in which all good men and good works would be ground under the heel of the tyrant, while the wicked reigned supreme. Then suddenly God would intervene with the lightning of judgment to snatch the world from the mouth of the bottomless pit and restore it to Paradise, whence it had fallen with the sin of Adam. Sorrow and sighing would flee away, and the Messiah would reign with the perfection of a theocratic king.

At this juncture, says Paul, when the appointed period of history was ‘full,’ god sent his Son γενομενον εκ γυναικος, γενομενον υπο νομον [genomenon ek gunaikos, genomenon upο nomon], ‘born of woman, bοrn under law.’ … Jesus was not only born under law, but was subject to it all his life. ...The ‘yoke’ of the Torah demanded that he observe the customs of his forefathers, such as wearing phylactery and prayer fringes, ceremonial washing of hands before eating, giving thanks at mealtime, praying at stated times, bringing tithes and sacrifices, and obeying the Ten Commandments.” (Stamm, 1953,TIBvol. X pp. 522 & 523)

Not to mention circumcision, kashrut, and the prohibition of associating with gentiles.

“Sent forthrefers to God’s sending of his Son from his pre-existent state in heaven (I Cor. [Corinthians] 8:6; Phil. [Philippians] 2:6-8; Col. [Colossians] 1:15-17). Yet this Sonwas born of woman. There is nothing in these words, or elsewhere in Paul’s letters, to prove or disprove that he knew the story of the miraculous conception. His point here is that the Christ, although he was the pre-existent Son of God, did not come into this world with a body composed of celestial substance, but was woman-born like all other human beings. … It was very different from the conception of royal sonship in Ps. 2, where the king is called God’s ‘Son; because he has been chosen to be the Messiah. In Paul, Jesus is God’s Son by nature, and his Christhood follows by virtue of this sonship. This belief was the fundamental cause of the split between the Jews and the Christians. The lowly birth, the obscurity of Nazareth, and the fact that Jesus was a common laborer, constituted a grievous scandal in the eyes of all who were expecting their Deliverer to come riding on a chariot of clouds wielding the lightning of judgment. Paul’s gospel contradicts every form of hyperspirituality that fixes a gulf between God and his material world. On the other hand, his conception of the coming of Jesus was poles removed from the pagan stories of the births of heroes, savior-gods, and kings, whose legends were freighted with illicit relationships and lawless conduct like the lives of the devotees who had created them in their own image.” (Stamm, 1953,TIBvol. X pp. 523-524)

“Nothing is said explicitly about the Son’s preexistence, which is at most implied … bornof a woman: … The phrase is derived from the OT [Old Testament, the Hebrew Bible] (Job 14:1 …). So born, Jesus submitted to the law by being circumcised and thus became capable of falling under its curse. But lest the Galatians draw a wrong conclusion, Paul [and The Interpreters’ Bible] does not mention Jesus’ circumcision. Instead ofgenomenon, ‘born,’ some patristic writers read gennomenon, and understood this ptc. [participle] as referring to Mary’s virginal conception; but this is anachronistic interpretation.” (Joseph A. Fitzmyer, 1990,TNJBCp. 787)

“This is Paul’s proclamation of emancipation.” (Stamm, 1953,-8. In [the] past, in a time that you did not know [את,TIBvol. X p. 528)

…………………………………………

Worry of Shah’OoL to Galatians

[verses 8–20]

“The Jews never ceased to ridicule idols and denounce idolaters… They demoted the old gods to the rank of demons and made a list of detractive names for them: angels, shepherds, princes; kings, emperors, benefactors, heroes; demons, personifications, idols, nonentities. Some were living, some dead; some were good, but were not God. Most of them were bad, and their idols were but images of ‘things of nought.’ …-10. Behold, you are honoring days and new-[moons], seasons [מועדים,

Paul did not deny the existence of these beings whose ignorant worshipers called them gods, but he declared that they did not partake of the nature of God (I Cor. 8:4-6). God permitted them to plague mankind to punish sin, especially the sin of participating in the sacraments of the Gentile cults (I Cor. 10:19-22; 11:28-31). But Christ had conquered them and no Christian needed to fear them.” (Stamm, 1953,TIBvol. X p. 529)

“Days like the Sabbath and…Yom hakkippurim[“Day of Atonement”] are meant; months like the ‘new moon’; seasons like Passover and Pentecost; years like the sabbatical years… Paul can see no reason for a Gentile Christian to observe these.” (Joseph A. Fitzmyer, 1990,TNJBCp. 788)

…………………………………………-21. Say to me, you, the wanters to be subject to

Two the covenants

[verses 21-26]

-22. Is it not written that to ’ahBRahHahM there were two sons, the one from the maid [האמה,

-23. But [אך,

and however [ואילו,

-24. The words the these, they are a parable to two the covenants:

the one from Mount ÇeeNah-eeY [Sinai], the birther to slavery, and she is HahGahR [“The Sojourner”, Hagar].

“It is well known how fond the Jews were of-25. Hagar signifies [מסמלת,allegorizing; every thing in thelawwas with them anallegory: theirTalmud[ancient commentary] is full of these; and one of their most sober and best educated writersPhilo, abounds with them…

It is very likely, therefore, that the allegory produced here; St. Paul had borrowed from the Jewish writings; and he brings it in to convict theJudaizingGalatians on their own principles: and neither he, nor we, have any thing farther to do with this allegory, than as it applies to the subject for which it is quoted; nor does it give any license to those men of vain and superficial minds, who endeavour to find outallegoriesin every portion of the Sacred Writings; and by what they termspiritualizing, which is more properlycarnalizing, have brought the testimonies of God into disgrace. May thespirit of silencebe poured out upon all suchcorruptersof the word of God!” (Clarke, 1831, vol. II p. 390)

“Allegorical interpretation rests upon the belief that every word, figure of speech, and grammatical form in scripture has a special ‘spiritual’ significance besides its literal meaning. The theory is that the God who dictated it meant more than rests on the surface and that while he said one thing, he also meant something else in addition to the literal sense… The Greeks had long since applied the method to explain away the immoral things which the gods said and did in Homer… Then Greek-speaking Jews, like Philo Judaeus, employed it apologetically to read Greek philosophy into the O.T. [Old Testament, the Hebrew Bible], proclaiming that Moses had said all these good things long before and better than Homer and Plato.

The wonder is that Paul has so little allegory. His restraint is explained partly by his training as a Pharisee. The rabbis were suspicious of any interpretation of scripture that tended to make Jews lax in their observance of the law. Jews with Gnostic leanings, and those who considered some of their ancestral customs outmoded, could resort to allegory to justify their philosophy and conduct, while maintaining that they were the spiritual superiors of the conservatives who held to the letter of the law … His argument, however, is never strengthened by allegorical symbolism and typology, for these are convincing only to those who by imagination can find them so. Rather, as in Rom. 9-11, he introduces unnecessary complications such as the moral difficulties involved in predestination. His gospel does not rest on the quicksands of allegory, a specious method of interpreting scripture. Its interpretations are of interest to the historian not as correct representations of what the writers and first readers of the Bible had in mind, but only as source materials for understanding the life and thought of the allegorists themselves.” (Stamm, 1953,TIBvol. X p. 540)

“… why does Paul mention Arabia…? Possibly because Mt. Sinai is in Arabia[?], which is Ishmaelite territory; he thus associates the Sinai pact with the eponymous patriarch of Arab tribes … Paul thus suggests that the law itself stems from a situation extrinsic to the promised land and to the real descendants of Abraham. Paul’s Jewish former co-religionists would not have been happy with this allegory.” (Joseph A. Fitzmyer, 1990,-26. But [אבל,TNJBCp. 788)

“The-27. That see, is written:Jerusalem which nowis was a most unholy “Holy city”, full of injustice, violence and murder, and subject to the cruel and wicked rulers imposed by a Gentile empire. But over against this Jerusalem of slavery lay an ideal celestial city, unseen at present, but destined soon to supersede it. Paul called itthe Jerusalem above. Sarah, the free-woman, was the ancestress of its citizens, who were the people of faith and of freedom in Christ…

Paul speaks of Jerusalemabove, because this new city of freedom already exists in heaven where Christ is, where dwell the souls of those who have died in Christ. But it also exists on earth as the church, the body of Christ, whose members are colonists from heaven sent to prepare men for the full establishment of God’s kingdom at Christ’s second coming (Phil. 3:20; Col. 3:1-3).

The biblical root of this conception of an ideal future and heavenly Jerusalem is Isa. [Isaiah] 54. Other descriptions appear in Ezek. [Ezekiel] 40-48; Zech. [Zechariah] 2:1-13; Hag. [Haggai] 2:6-9; Tob. [Tobias] 13:9-18 Ecclus. [Ecclesiasticus] 36; Pss. Sol. [Psalms of Solomon] 17:33. Historically the expectation assumed three forms. According to the earliest hope, God would build the new Jerusalem in Palestine and make it the capital of his theocratic world government. The plan of this glorious city was graven upon the palms of his hands (Isa. 49:16). From this idea it was but a step, especially for those influenced by Greek ideas, to think of this ideal Jerusalem as already existing in heaven. According to the Apocalypse of Baruch, God had shown it to Adam in Paradise before he sinned; to Abraham on the night mentioned in Gen. 15:12-21; and to Moses on Sinai, when he gave him the heavenly pattern for an earthly tabernacle (II Baruch 4:1-6; cf. [compare with] Heb. [Hebrews]12:22). The third conception combined these two ideas. The Jerusalem which was ‘above’ would come down to earth to be established in Palestine in place of the city that ‘now is’ (cf. Rev. [Revelation] 3:12, 21:2; II Esdras 7:26; 13:36; 10:54).

So the new Jerusalem belonged to both worlds and to both ages, to heaven and earth, to the present and the future. Its constitution was the new covenant, and its citizens were the men of faith in Christ, a new kind of freemen who traced their spiritual ancestry through the line of Isaac and his mother Sarah as heirs of God’s promise to Abraham. As for Ishmael and his tribe, they were the men of law, predestined to be slaves forever. Needless to say, the Judaizers found Paul’s allegorical exclusion of themselves utterly unacceptable. They believed that the Torah was God’s blueprint for all creation, and that it would be observed forever in the new Jerusalem. That, they said, was why God was going to purge the old city – to establish an order of life in which perfect obedience to his law would be possible.” (Stamm, 1953,TIBvol. X pp. 541-542)

“…it was a maxim among the rabbins [rabbis], that, ‘Whatsoever was in the earth, the same was also found in heaven; for there is no matter, howsoever small, in this world, that has not something similar to it in the spiritual world.’ On this maxim, the Jews imagine that every earthly thing has itsrepresentativein heaven: and especially whatever concernsJerusalem, thelaw, and itsordinances. Rab. ["Master", Rabbi]Kimchi, speaking of Melchisedec, king of Salem, says, זו ירושלים של מעלהZu Yerushalem shel me’alah– ‘This is the Jerusalem that is from above.’…

There is a spiritual Jerusalem, of which this is the type; and this Jerusalem, in which the souls of all the righteous are, is free from all bondage and sin: or by this, probably the kingdom of the Messiah was intended; and this certainly answers best to the apostle’s meaning, as the subsequent verse shows.” (Clarke, 1831, vol. II p. 391)

“

“A telling item in the counterpropaganda of the legalists was the argument that even among the Christians only a radical fringe consisting mainly of foreign Jews, of whom Paul was one, were proposing to abandon the law of Moses. …-28. But you, my brethren [τεχνα,

In one respect his quotation of Isa. 54:1 does not fit Paul’s allegory. It was Sarah, the mother of freemen, who possessed the husband, and Hagar, the slave, who was the deserted woman. As usual with Paul’s illustrations (cf. Rom. 7:1-4; 11:17-24), the details cannot be pressed without making them go lame …

The Isaian figure to describe the plight of Jerusalem during the Babylonian exile grew out of a common experience in Hebrew family life. Childlessness, particularly the failure to bear sons, was great grief and disgrace. Such was the sorrow of Jerusalem; but the prophet bade her look forward with courage to the time when all her scattered children would come back to her (Isa. 54:3). God was her ‘husband,’ and he would treat his faithful remnant with everlasting lovingkindness, making them more numerous than the former population and giving them a heritage of great peace and prosperity (Isa. 54:13-17).” (Stamm, 1953,TIBvol. X p. 542)

“The prophet’s words are addressed to deserted Zion, bidding it rejoice at the return of the exiles.” (Joseph A. Fitzmyer, 1990,TNJBCp. 788)

“The Judaizers claimed that Abraham had obeyed the law of Moses by anticipation, and that God’s promise was his reward. Consequently the descendants of Isaac were children of promise only if they followed Abraham’s example in obeying the law. Paul turned it the other way about: the promise must be taken on faith, not as credit for obedience.” (Stamm, 1953,-29. And just as [וכשם,TIBvol. X p. 542)

“In Gen 21:10 Sarah, seeing Ishmael ‘playing’ with Isaac and viewing him as the potential rival to Isaac’s inheritance, drives him and his mother out. Nothing in Gen is said of Ishmael’s ‘persecution’ of Isaac, but Paul may be interpreting the ‘playing’ as did a Palestinian haggadic explanation of Gen 21:9 (see Josephus,-30. But what says the Written [Scripture]?ANT.[Antiquities] 1.12.3§215 …” (Joseph A. Fitzmyer, 1990,TNJBCp. 788)

“A rabbinical tradition of the second century A.S. interprets the Hebrew participle מצחק [MeeTsHahQ, “play”] (LXX [Septuagient, the ancient Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible] παιζοντα [paizonta] in Gen. 21:9 to mean that Ishmael’s ‘playing’ became so rough that Isaac’s life was in danger. This son of a slave is said to have shot arrows at Isaac to kill him, and Paul’s statement shows that some such tradition was current in his day. He applied it to the Judaizers who were trying to force the Christians to observe the whole law of Moses, and to the unbelieving Jews who were excommunicating the Christians and their families and getting them into trouble with the civil authorities (1:5; 4:17; 5:10; I Thess. [Thessalonians] 2:14-16).” (Stamm, 1953,TIBvol. X p. 543)

“

“The quotation is from Gen. 21:10 … The speaker of these words is Sarah, who is filled with rage against Hagar and Ishmael. Abraham is represented as greatly grieved, but God is said to have sanctioned the demand of the cruel and jealous wife….

This story was one of the effects and one of the causes of the perpetual feud between the Israelites and the tribes that descended from Ishmael. The Hebrews were so sure that God wanted them to have Palestine that they found no moral difficulty in saying that it was God himself who had overruled Abraham’s conscience (Gen. 17:18-21). They affirmed that Ishmael’s character and destiny had been predetermined (Gen. 16:12). Consequently, even his circumcision at the age of thirteen could not make him a member of God’s chosen people. However great this innocent victim of a family feud might become by virtue of the halfhearted blessing conceded by an uneasy conscience (Gen. 17:20-21), he and his descendants were barred forever from the higher blessing. Theirs was to submit to the religious imperialism of the most favored nation or die. Moreover, all Abraham’s other sons except Isaac were barred from the promise and sent away ‘unto the east country’ (Gen. 25:5-6). And yet while all this was said to be the Lord’s doing, it was in the same breath declared to be the doing of the human actors in this drama of the nations. Sarah herself was said to have suggested that Abraham become a father by her Egyptian slave girl. Then, too, it was explained that Hagar’s flight from the cruelty of her mistress was voluntary, making her, rather than the callous compliance of Abraham, responsible for her plight ‘in the wilderness, by the fountain in the way to Shur’ (Gen. 16:7).

Paul’s use of Abraham’s expulsion of Hagar and her child has its parallel in the equally heartless treatment of Esau which he employs in Rom. 9-11 in his longer discussion of the divine process of selection. Here too it was assumed that the hatred generated by centuries of war for the possession of Palestine lay in the heart of God. “I hate Esau,” said Malachi (1:3), making God the speaker; and Rom. 9:6-13 presses it to the utmost limit of predestination. But the love of God in Christ Jesus made Paul’s heart better than his inherited doctrine … When the history of the struggle for the possession of “the Holy land” is allegorized to justify a doctrine of “election” which foredooms countless souls to an eternity of torment in a future hell, it becomes as morally atrocious as it is irreconcilable with Paul’s gospel.

Nevertheless Paul’s allegory gives the historian an insight into Paul’s mind as he wrestled with the insoluble problem of God’s sovereignty and human freedom.” (Stamm, 1953,TIBvol. X pp. 543-544)

“Paul bids the Galatians rid themselves of the Judaizers – and, ironically enough, obey the Torah itself.” (Joseph A. Fitzmyer, 1990,TNJBCp. 788) An Amateur's Journey Through the Bible

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2023.06.08 06:23 *Remote_Barnacle9143* **What you need to know about Harlequins, if you don't really want to know anything about Harlequins.**

Hello everyone, introduction first: Eldar is my favorite faction of 40k and Harlequins - favorite sub-faction, for a long time already. They are not the most popular guys in this universe, but they recently attracted everyone's attention, in a bad way, by being the most broken codex/sub-faction for 2 editions straight. And when they became a target for discussions, I could not help noticing that people don't really know or understand "what" Harlequins are, which is okay, as they are really not the most interesting faction to many. But I still decided to do them justice, by making this post and introduce you to these fun dudes in diamonds, answering common questions, misconceptions and telling why they are so cool, without getting into lore much.

And first of all...

**...Harlequins are not space clowns.**

I'm sorry, but I guess I should point this out. Harlies being called space clowns is a common community meme, but this is not who they really are. While there are clear similarities, they are not yours weird, evil-funny, chaotic-neutral killer-elves with Joker laughter (but they certainly can do all of it, don't get me wrong!). So, who are they then?

**Harlequins are priests.**

You know the drill, eldar empire go boom, gods are dead, with only one (fully) left alive. Yea, Cegorach is a god of fools, but he still a "God". So, he got his acolytes and priests. And if we would've got Isha or Asuryan left, we would've got our normal standard "priests". Instead, we've got Cegorach.

**Harlequins are preachers (sort of).**

So, being part of fool's god church, harlequins main job is preaching among all the remnants of the eldar empire. And they do it with a theater tour across webway, preaching about how you should or shouldn't act but with (Megamind voice) PRESENTATION!

**Harlequins are eldar Grey Knights.**

The other part of a job, is keeping an eye on daemons. While their true goal is to defeat Slaanesh (duh), harlies also fight any kinds of daemons. While, yes, there was no special harlequin to defeat chaos Primarch and carve a tattoo on his heart (yet), they are quite good at it. Stopping planets from cosplaying doom is quite easy for them, when they can freely travel across the galaxy with a webway, and a farseers, working for them as a funny weather forecast presenter. Speaking of which...

**Harlequins are the most influential eldar faction**

You know, eldar are not pleasant folks. Even a "good guys" from a neighboring craftworld have a rough relationship. And then you got harlies, who always come without an invitation and get away with it. They could just emerge before (or during) battle or raid and say they're joining (you are not allowed to refuse. If you feel some "Inquisition" vibes, it's because that's what it is). There is a general rule about harlequins: when they come - you let them in and listen, because...

**Harlequins are scary.**

You don't want to mess with these weirdos. Like, really. No dark eldar archon, regardless of how cruel and devious he is, would willingly act against harlequins. They behave funny, speak politely, without ever getting out of their theatrical roles, but any "blasphemy" would be your last mistake (Yep, they really are eldar inquisition in fancy dresses).

**Moving to tabletop: did they really have 60%+ winrate? Why?**

Two words. Glass cannon. And also they are fast as hell. Yes, they are thin as paper, but enemy can't hurt you if he is dead. Just hide behind walls and then jump out and start blasting. This is fine on your regular, casual tables without a lot of walls, but did you see how terrain looks on tournaments tables? It's damn mazes of ruins!

Also, most rules are, how should I say it, well, bullshit. You know how you normally use your boltguns for infantry and meltaguns for vehicles? Well, this is not true for harlies. Melta just don't work, but boltguns, actually, very effective against all targets. Shooting with plasma? Not effective at all. Hitting clown with a boot? This is the way! Don't forget, that these funny dudes can jump into melee, then jump out, shoot you and charge you. Also, they are flying. Also, they all have invul. Also, this is melta-pistols, so say goodbye to your tank.

But this was never the point of why I like to play them.

**So, what's fun to play them?**

Outside of lore, and obvious "glasscannonness" I think I find several reasons for myself:

**Really unique playstyle.**

I mean it. You are king of the movement phase. And it's not only about that you "gotta go fast". Wall on your path? Ignore it. Penalties for leaving ongoing close combat? Ignore it. Enemy frontline? You guessed it.

**Band of "mercenaries".**

There are not many factions in 40k who could freely join other armies, without stealing a spotlight. Harlequins are the one. They could work as a single army, but now I prefer to use a small detachment of them in different eldar armies. It's very entertaining to see them adapt different playstyle, when your troupe fights alongside seer council from craftworld in one game, to then join incubi charge in the next.

**Specialist team**

Harlequins always have a good variety of options to compensate for their humble model range. My favorite time was at the end of 8th edition, when depending on your choice of special rules, your Death Jester (shooting character) could be either a Vindicare cosplayer, a heavy machine gunner, a vehicle hunter, or just a really cheap model for objective holding. And I'm not even talking about absolutely legal 9th edition 500pts detachment consisting with only one unit in your deployment zone: a floating boat full of characters.

**About painting...**

Yea, painting diamonds is a gimmick as much as you would've expected. I paint my theater in midnight sorrow scheme (posterboys, black, with blue/red diamonds). Fun fact: this is my first painted 40k army (this is why there are no photos, don't want to hurt your eyes), also used glossy paints for them, gives an interesting look and a good contrast with my dull black Ulthwe and Black Heart parties.

**In some sort of conclusion**

There is a lot of lore I don't cover here, because the point of this post was to quickly introduce people to harlequins on a surface level, if they don't really want to go deep into it. But if this post makes you curious to know more about them, you really should check wiki or their codex, there is a lot of cool stuff there.

Also, for my fellow troupe masters, if you want to add something to this post, feel free to do so.

p.s. text can be filled with language errors, me sorry, me speak bad.

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And first of all...

I'm sorry, but I guess I should point this out. Harlies being called space clowns is a common community meme, but this is not who they really are. While there are clear similarities, they are not yours weird, evil-funny, chaotic-neutral killer-elves with Joker laughter (but they certainly can do all of it, don't get me wrong!). So, who are they then?

You know the drill, eldar empire go boom, gods are dead, with only one (fully) left alive. Yea, Cegorach is a god of fools, but he still a "God". So, he got his acolytes and priests. And if we would've got Isha or Asuryan left, we would've got our normal standard "priests". Instead, we've got Cegorach.

So, being part of fool's god church, harlequins main job is preaching among all the remnants of the eldar empire. And they do it with a theater tour across webway, preaching about how you should or shouldn't act but with (Megamind voice) PRESENTATION!

The other part of a job, is keeping an eye on daemons. While their true goal is to defeat Slaanesh (duh), harlies also fight any kinds of daemons. While, yes, there was no special harlequin to defeat chaos Primarch and carve a tattoo on his heart (yet), they are quite good at it. Stopping planets from cosplaying doom is quite easy for them, when they can freely travel across the galaxy with a webway, and a farseers, working for them as a funny weather forecast presenter. Speaking of which...

You know, eldar are not pleasant folks. Even a "good guys" from a neighboring craftworld have a rough relationship. And then you got harlies, who always come without an invitation and get away with it. They could just emerge before (or during) battle or raid and say they're joining (you are not allowed to refuse. If you feel some "Inquisition" vibes, it's because that's what it is). There is a general rule about harlequins: when they come - you let them in and listen, because...

You don't want to mess with these weirdos. Like, really. No dark eldar archon, regardless of how cruel and devious he is, would willingly act against harlequins. They behave funny, speak politely, without ever getting out of their theatrical roles, but any "blasphemy" would be your last mistake (Yep, they really are eldar inquisition in fancy dresses).

Two words. Glass cannon. And also they are fast as hell. Yes, they are thin as paper, but enemy can't hurt you if he is dead. Just hide behind walls and then jump out and start blasting. This is fine on your regular, casual tables without a lot of walls, but did you see how terrain looks on tournaments tables? It's damn mazes of ruins!

Also, most rules are, how should I say it, well, bullshit. You know how you normally use your boltguns for infantry and meltaguns for vehicles? Well, this is not true for harlies. Melta just don't work, but boltguns, actually, very effective against all targets. Shooting with plasma? Not effective at all. Hitting clown with a boot? This is the way! Don't forget, that these funny dudes can jump into melee, then jump out, shoot you and charge you. Also, they are flying. Also, they all have invul. Also, this is melta-pistols, so say goodbye to your tank.

But this was never the point of why I like to play them.

Outside of lore, and obvious "glasscannonness" I think I find several reasons for myself:

I mean it. You are king of the movement phase. And it's not only about that you "gotta go fast". Wall on your path? Ignore it. Penalties for leaving ongoing close combat? Ignore it. Enemy frontline? You guessed it.

There are not many factions in 40k who could freely join other armies, without stealing a spotlight. Harlequins are the one. They could work as a single army, but now I prefer to use a small detachment of them in different eldar armies. It's very entertaining to see them adapt different playstyle, when your troupe fights alongside seer council from craftworld in one game, to then join incubi charge in the next.

Harlequins always have a good variety of options to compensate for their humble model range. My favorite time was at the end of 8th edition, when depending on your choice of special rules, your Death Jester (shooting character) could be either a Vindicare cosplayer, a heavy machine gunner, a vehicle hunter, or just a really cheap model for objective holding. And I'm not even talking about absolutely legal 9th edition 500pts detachment consisting with only one unit in your deployment zone: a floating boat full of characters.

Yea, painting diamonds is a gimmick as much as you would've expected. I paint my theater in midnight sorrow scheme (posterboys, black, with blue/red diamonds). Fun fact: this is my first painted 40k army (this is why there are no photos, don't want to hurt your eyes), also used glossy paints for them, gives an interesting look and a good contrast with my dull black Ulthwe and Black Heart parties.

There is a lot of lore I don't cover here, because the point of this post was to quickly introduce people to harlequins on a surface level, if they don't really want to go deep into it. But if this post makes you curious to know more about them, you really should check wiki or their codex, there is a lot of cool stuff there.

Also, for my fellow troupe masters, if you want to add something to this post, feel free to do so.

p.s. text can be filled with language errors, me sorry, me speak bad.

2023.06.08 06:21 *youngg_2* **MA Internship**

Helloo, magsisimula na this sem MA internship and as of now I am lost on what i shoud do first. Based sa mga nababasa ko dito mas okay if magapply or mag start na late may or early june since yung iba matagal mag response etc.

As of now, hindi ko pa nagagawa resume/cv ko and I dont know how to construct it properly or what format to use.

And, in applying for an internship like emailing to company/firms, what contents or ano laman ng email in applying?

What month po nagsisimula internship? And what firms or company do you recommend for internship?

Pls do message me or comment. Thank you in advance.

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As of now, hindi ko pa nagagawa resume/cv ko and I dont know how to construct it properly or what format to use.

And, in applying for an internship like emailing to company/firms, what contents or ano laman ng email in applying?

What month po nagsisimula internship? And what firms or company do you recommend for internship?

Pls do message me or comment. Thank you in advance.

2023.06.08 06:19 *ProperChampionship24* **State jobs and research jobs**

Hello All, I am currently working in a PFAS lab as a chemist. I am thinking of making a move after few months when I will have a year of experience. I am considering state jobs as well as jobs in research Center such as Battelle.

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- Is there website which can let me know if a relevant state job is open?I don’t want to go through all 50 states website for this everytime.

- Are there competitira to battelle?

2023.06.08 06:17 *Apprehensive-Car884* **FOE ECE Department**

I have someone close to me who’s having a hard time at ECE bumagsak siya sa calc this sem at Sobrang pagod na pagod na daw siya kasi kahit anong aral ang gawin niya parang walang nangyayari to the point na naiisip niyang magshift na lang. Sa mga ECE survivors diyan baka po may words of advice/wisdom kayong maishshare :) I’m supportive naman kahit na eventually mapagdesisyunan niyang magshift but I want to give them hope pa rin na there is light at the end of the tunnel in ECE

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2023.06.08 06:11 *tigerlady13* **[Thank you] Thanks for these cards. I love snail mail.**

Thank you everyone for the cards sent in the last week. Appreciate your time, effort and money into sending me mail. A lot is going on in my life at the moment, going to be a busy summefall.

I got a card back in the mail yesterday that was sent to Australia in October. Two weeks ago, I got a card returned to me that was mailed in May last year. I hope wherever these people are, they are happy.

u/melhen16 Thanks for the elephant card with the cute butterflies.

u/lonelytwatwaffle Thank you for the jumbo PA postcard. Your card made me giggle.

u/chiquita61 Thank you for the homemade cat card and for your thoughtfulness.

u/mlks00 Thanks for the flower card. Writing back.

u/powelale00 x2 Thank you for the cool local postcards. I have been to that lighthouse, it's so pretty there. I haven't been to the state park yet. Sounds like you had a nice time. Writing back.

u/welshfancy x2 Thank you so much for the tiger postcard. That was kind of you to think of me. Thank you for the giraffe postcard. Congrats on the job!

u/zenshark33 Thank you for the postcard and check-in. I'll write you back. Lots going on over here.

u/applecritter723 Thank you for the flame azalea postcard and sharing about your adventures. Writing back.

u/kk6321 Thank you for the aloe card. Happy for you and your new job.

Thank you for the card sent to my friend:

u/littlemermaidxx

Thanks for the meetup postcard. Hope you had a blast.

u/travel4me22 Tell Vernon to pull his head out of his butt and stop trying to make the world record for ER visits caused by one's own stupidity. Writing back to negotiate terms.

u/drewadrawing Your aunt has been wondering what is going on. Smoke is coming.

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I got a card back in the mail yesterday that was sent to Australia in October. Two weeks ago, I got a card returned to me that was mailed in May last year. I hope wherever these people are, they are happy.

u/melhen16 Thanks for the elephant card with the cute butterflies.

u/lonelytwatwaffle Thank you for the jumbo PA postcard. Your card made me giggle.

u/chiquita61 Thank you for the homemade cat card and for your thoughtfulness.

u/mlks00 Thanks for the flower card. Writing back.

u/powelale00 x2 Thank you for the cool local postcards. I have been to that lighthouse, it's so pretty there. I haven't been to the state park yet. Sounds like you had a nice time. Writing back.

u/welshfancy x2 Thank you so much for the tiger postcard. That was kind of you to think of me. Thank you for the giraffe postcard. Congrats on the job!

u/zenshark33 Thank you for the postcard and check-in. I'll write you back. Lots going on over here.

u/applecritter723 Thank you for the flame azalea postcard and sharing about your adventures. Writing back.

u/kk6321 Thank you for the aloe card. Happy for you and your new job.

Thank you for the card sent to my friend:

u/littlemermaidxx

Thanks for the meetup postcard. Hope you had a blast.

u/travel4me22 Tell Vernon to pull his head out of his butt and stop trying to make the world record for ER visits caused by one's own stupidity. Writing back to negotiate terms.

u/drewadrawing Your aunt has been wondering what is going on. Smoke is coming.

2023.06.08 06:10 *Preetham-PPM* **All Mathematics known to a man**

(infinity,1)Cat

(infinity,1)Topos

(infinity,n)Cat

(∞,1)Operad

2Cat

A Categorical Manifesto

A Concise Course in Algebraic Topology

A Cubical Approach to Synthetic Homotopy Theory

A History of Western Philosophy

A Polarized View of String Topology

A Survey of Cohomological Physics

A crash course in topos theory -- The big picture

A mechanization of the Blakers-Massey connectivity theorem in Homotopy Type Theory

A string diagram calculus for predicate logic

ASSet

Ab

AbMon > history

Abstract and Concrete Categories

Adjointness for 2-Categories

Adjointness in Foundations

Airy function

Alg

Algebraic Homotopy

Algebres enveloppantes

Ambidexterity in K(n)-Local Stable Homotopy Theory

An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry

An Exercise in Kantization

An Introduction to Homological Algebra

Analysis Situs

Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy

Ausdehnungslehre

Australian Category Theory Seminar

Banach algebra

Banach ring

Banach space

Bartel Leendert van der Waerden

Basic Bundle Theory and K-Cohomology Invariants

Beiträge zur Begründung der transfiniten Mengenlehre

Bol loop

BoolAlg

Boole -- The Laws of Thought

Bordism, Stable Homotopy and Adams Spectral Sequences

Borel summability

BrownAHT

Bruck-Toyoda theorem

C*Alg

CAT

CRing

Calculus of fractions and homotopy theory

Calculus on Manifolds

CartSp

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Categorical Homotopy Theory

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Cauchy integral theorem

Cellular Cohomology in Homotopy Type Theory

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Characteristic forms and geometric invariants

Chiral Algebras

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Chu construction

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Closed Immersions

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Cohesive Toposes -- Combinatorial and Infinitesimal Cases

Cohesive Toposes and Cantor's "lauter Einsen"

Combinatorial Homotopy and 4-Dimensional Complexes

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CommAlg

Comments on the development of topos theory

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Como

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Properties of Integral Morava K-Theory and the Asserted Application to the Diaconescu-Moore-Witten Anomaly

Pursuing Stacks

QCD and strongly coupled gauge theories - challenges and perspectives

Quadratic Functions in Geometry, Topology, and M-Theory

Quantization of Gauge Systems

Quantum Fields and Strings

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2023.06.08 06:09 *ThatGuyFromNorth* **31 [M4A] Anyone from Bacolod**

Hey, I'm currently in town for a convention, puro seniors kasama so medyo out of place. Anyone bored enough to join me for lunch or dinner? Pwede mo din ako samahan sa convention if you're up for it.

About me (if that matters): - medical professional - tahimik lang sa umpisa kahit di mo pilitin - pwedeng sumama kahit di lasing

About you: - bored din - hindi ako ililigaw (gusto ko pa umuwi sa nanay ko pls)

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2023.06.08 06:08 *aprillikesthings* **A report on my Camino**

This got excessively long, sorry.

I mentioned it here before I left, but I did the Camino de Santiago! I walked from St. Jean Pied-de-Port in France to Santiago de Compostela. Took me about 37 days. I walked about 450km/280miles.

First: It was an amazing experience. Lots of highs and lows, lots of amazing scenery, lots of amazing people, lots of amazing food and wine. If you're thinking of going: do it, if at all possible. At least once a day (usually more) I had a moment of thinking: I cannot believe I get to be here. I cannot believe I get to do this!

I mean, I also got blisters (repeatedly), lost a toenail (possibly two, we'll see), I had a panic over where I was going to sleep that night a few times, the hostels had hard beds and were full of people who snored and people who kept closing the windows no matter how stuffy/hot it was, I've been home a week and I'm still sometimes stiff when I get up after sitting for a while...but it was worth it and I'd do it again in a heartbeat.

Secondly: while I really appreciated being able to go to Catholic masses at least twice a week and some of them were very moving, boy did it reinforce that I am Episcopalian and not Roman Catholic. The Vibe is just different. It's entirely possible that some of this is just the way Catholicism is done in Spain or even just that part of Spain, but even Sunday mass seemed...kinda perfunctory a lot of the time? I was surprised at how often they skipped the creed entirely, for instance. Communion was sometimes just put in a bowl that was passed around, and was only ever in one form--the priest drank some wine, but nobody else did. And we almost never sang?! I think there was maybe three times we did more than just a few alleluias before the gospel reading. Almost all of them did a pilgrims' blessing after the service, and the priests varied a LOT in how enthusiastic they were about this. Some just ended the service by reading it off at everyone there, some called us up afterward to ask where we were all from and make sure everyone heard or read the prayer in a language they knew. A Franciscan gave us all small stones with a yellow arrow hand-painted on them (he also preached a great sermon, based on what little English he spoke and what little Spanish I understood, as he went back and forth between languages). A group of nuns gave us colorful paper stars they'd cut out while praying for us. On the other hand, there were two churches where after the service, we got lectured on how the RC church is the only TRUE church of Jesus Christ. At one of them the priest specifically tried to convert me and a lovely retired gentleman who is CofE by telling us only the RC church had real apostolic succession, and I made eye contact with the CofE gent and we both nearly laughed. Oops. (The priest only spoke Spanish and was telling us this through a translator, which is probably a blessing because otherwise I don't know if I could've resisted replying with "Well we're both gay and don't think that's a sin, so I don't think you want us.")

(I did have a print-out of the mass in Spanish and English next to each other that I'd taped into my journal so I could follow along, which means I have learned some Spanish that is useless in daily conversation, lol. I also would pull up the readings for the RC lectionary in English on my phone--and there was multiple times I looked around and other pilgrims were doing the same. In related news: their daily readings are much shorter than the ones in our daily office lectionary!)

Thirdly, and possibly ironic considering my last point, I found that praying the rosary while walking (usually via a recording since I walked with trekking poles lol) was really meditative. I also found that when I was having a hard time walking (because it was hot, because my feet hurt, because I was tired, because I was lonely) it was useful to me to pray a decade of the rosary for other people? I would think of someone I cared about, then go into the Our Father etc, counting off the Hail Marys with my fingers; then think of another person, repeat. This had the positive side effect of loosening my death grip on my trekking poles and preventing numbness in my hands! It's funny that I started doing it as a way of distracting myself when I was not enjoying my walk, but when I look back some of my most spiritual moments were those times I was alone and sweaty and my feet were killing me, because I spent that time talking to God about (and asking the Virgin Mary to pray for) people I cared about. I also prayed for a few people I met on the Camino that I found personally unpleasant. This made it easier to be gracious with them when we were inevitably seated together at dinner another day. I should probably learn something from that, lol.

At churches doing daily mass in the evenings, they often did the rosary a half an hour before that. There was a couple of times that the people there (nearly always a handful of middle-aged and elderly Spanish women) were benignly confused by my presence until they saw the beads in my hand and my well-worn leaflet with directions and illustrations of the sets of mysteries. (I still can't say any of the prayers in Spanish, but at least I can usually tell which one they're doing!)

Third: there's an Anglican church and mission in Santiago! I was in Santiago for Pentecost, and while yes of course I went to mass at the cathedral (no huge incense swinging, alas) I also went to the tiny Eucharist at the Anglican mission--I think there was eight of us total including the priest, who was an American woman. But it was such a comfort to hear and say the words of liturgy that I know by heart. (And see a woman priest!) Her sermon connected the wind at Pentecost to the stream of pilgrims walking into the square in front of the cathedral, and noted that despite our different languages, we pilgrims understand each other's joy upon reaching Santiago.

The mission recently bought a pension (a bit like a small hotel or bed and breakfast) and I *think* they're accepting guests. I'm hoping that within the next few years I can spend some time volunteering there--I stayed in many hostels run by volunteers (sometimes locals, sometimes a church and/or nuns, sometimes another country's confraternity of St. James) and they were often my fave places to stay. More info on the mission: https://www.anglicancentresantiago.org/

Fourth: I saw a ton of really old, really gorgeous churches. It sometimes seemed like every tiny village had a startlingly beautiful church (of the ones that were open--some were only open for mass on Sundays, or twice a month, or not at all). I think the oldest one I visited was the Church of Saint Mary of Eunate from the 12th century, but many churches had bits and pieces that were that old or older. My fave church was the Cathedral in Leon (built in the 13th century), which I paid to get into twice (they kicked us out for siesta) because it was so beautiful I kept crying. The stained glass is just spectacular, but honestly everything about it is gorgeous--the cloisters had a series of fresco paintings from (I think) the 1500's of events from the Gospels and Acts that were natural in expression.

The Leon cathedral had amazing wooden carvings in the choir--every seat has a carving of a person from the bible. Praying the daily office paid off unexpectedly: I recognized Saint Simeon, not from the Latin version of his name, or the fact that he was shown holding an infant Jesus, but because the gold lettering around his head started "nunc dimittus..." I could hear the Evening at the Office recording in my head: "Lord, you now have set your servant free, to go in peace as you have promised; For these eyes of mine have seen the savior, whom you have prepared for all the world to see; A Light to enlighten the nations, and the glory of your people Israel."

Fifth: So, St. James the Apostle. He's alllllll over the Camino, for obvious reasons. So many statues and paintings, from cute cartoony images in logos of local businesses, to heavily-gilded statues in many churches. I admit to being amused at how often he was portrayed as an older man with a beard, because he was (famously!) the first Apostle to be martyred--beheaded by a sword on Herod's orders in the book of Acts. He was mostly portrayed as a pilgrim--a pilgrim's cloak, hat with scallop shell, a walking staff and drinking gourd. In a few churches, he was also portrayed as The Moor-Slayer--on horseback with a sword, about to take off someone else's head. St. James the Pilgrim felt like a friend, St. James the Moor-Slayer definitely did not. St James did not, while alive, kill anyone that I'm aware of; but he's the patron saint of Spain in part because of his miraculous help in a battle against the Moors that historians are pretty sure never happened.

A lot of the legends about St. James in Spain are...unlikely. There's just too many instances of "funny how nobody discovered this/thought to write this down until three hundred years later, when it was useful for the church/the current king."

Which means that I've personally spent a lot of time pointing out to people that while it's doubtful his actual bones are in the cathedral at Santiago, it doesn't really matter--so many people have made genuine pilgrimage to Santiago to venerate him that the place has *become* sacred to St. James, y'know?

But speaking of the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, there's a fascinating contrast between the altar, with its multiple statues of St. James and an insanely over-the-top gold retablo and huge baby-faced angels holding up a gold platform, upon which is an statue of St. James about to slaughter someone; with the actual place under the altar where his supposed relics are kept. You'd miss the way to the relics if it weren't for the line of people. There's a small metal sign saying "entrada" above a humble stone stairway down to a narrow, low-ceilinged space, where there's a couple of steps in front of a metal grille and about five feet between you and a small altar with a fancy silver box on it.

When I went into the cathedral the day I arrived in Santiago there was barely a line, so within a few seconds I was in front of that box. Other people had pushed things through the grille: rosaries, bits of paper with prayers on them.

And there's no way around it: I had a moment of profound awe and gratitude while I was there, along with a sensation of Presence, a feeling best described as "Oh god, what if he's really in there." People were snapping cell phone pics and walking past me as I knelt and tried to just let myself sit in that Presence. But I was also self-conscious of how few people fit in that space and other people wanting a turn, so I left within a minute or two. I went to a side chapel that was open for Eucharistic Adoration, and not knowing what else to do, I prayed the rosary and did the evening Office.

I went back the next day, after the early morning mass. I read to myself the prayer that was in my credencial (which is originally from a pilgrims' guide written in the 12th century), but I changed it all to the past tense and a prayer of thanks:

O God, who brought your servant Abraham out of the land of the Chaldeans, protecting him in his wanderings, and who guided the Hebrew people across the desert, we ask that you watch over us, your servants, as we walk in the love of your name to Santiago de Compostela. Be for us our companion on the walk, Our guide at the crossroads, Our breath in our weariness, Our protection in danger, Our albergue on the Camino, Our shade in the heat, Our light in the darkness, Our consolation in our discouragements, And our strength in our intentions. So that with your guidance we may arrive safe and sound at the end of the Road and enriched with grace and virtue we return safely to our homes filled with joy. In the name of Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.

(This isn't the exact version printed in my credencial, but I'm at work and don't have it in front of me.)

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I mentioned it here before I left, but I did the Camino de Santiago! I walked from St. Jean Pied-de-Port in France to Santiago de Compostela. Took me about 37 days. I walked about 450km/280miles.

First: It was an amazing experience. Lots of highs and lows, lots of amazing scenery, lots of amazing people, lots of amazing food and wine. If you're thinking of going: do it, if at all possible. At least once a day (usually more) I had a moment of thinking: I cannot believe I get to be here. I cannot believe I get to do this!

I mean, I also got blisters (repeatedly), lost a toenail (possibly two, we'll see), I had a panic over where I was going to sleep that night a few times, the hostels had hard beds and were full of people who snored and people who kept closing the windows no matter how stuffy/hot it was, I've been home a week and I'm still sometimes stiff when I get up after sitting for a while...but it was worth it and I'd do it again in a heartbeat.

Secondly: while I really appreciated being able to go to Catholic masses at least twice a week and some of them were very moving, boy did it reinforce that I am Episcopalian and not Roman Catholic. The Vibe is just different. It's entirely possible that some of this is just the way Catholicism is done in Spain or even just that part of Spain, but even Sunday mass seemed...kinda perfunctory a lot of the time? I was surprised at how often they skipped the creed entirely, for instance. Communion was sometimes just put in a bowl that was passed around, and was only ever in one form--the priest drank some wine, but nobody else did. And we almost never sang?! I think there was maybe three times we did more than just a few alleluias before the gospel reading. Almost all of them did a pilgrims' blessing after the service, and the priests varied a LOT in how enthusiastic they were about this. Some just ended the service by reading it off at everyone there, some called us up afterward to ask where we were all from and make sure everyone heard or read the prayer in a language they knew. A Franciscan gave us all small stones with a yellow arrow hand-painted on them (he also preached a great sermon, based on what little English he spoke and what little Spanish I understood, as he went back and forth between languages). A group of nuns gave us colorful paper stars they'd cut out while praying for us. On the other hand, there were two churches where after the service, we got lectured on how the RC church is the only TRUE church of Jesus Christ. At one of them the priest specifically tried to convert me and a lovely retired gentleman who is CofE by telling us only the RC church had real apostolic succession, and I made eye contact with the CofE gent and we both nearly laughed. Oops. (The priest only spoke Spanish and was telling us this through a translator, which is probably a blessing because otherwise I don't know if I could've resisted replying with "Well we're both gay and don't think that's a sin, so I don't think you want us.")

(I did have a print-out of the mass in Spanish and English next to each other that I'd taped into my journal so I could follow along, which means I have learned some Spanish that is useless in daily conversation, lol. I also would pull up the readings for the RC lectionary in English on my phone--and there was multiple times I looked around and other pilgrims were doing the same. In related news: their daily readings are much shorter than the ones in our daily office lectionary!)

Thirdly, and possibly ironic considering my last point, I found that praying the rosary while walking (usually via a recording since I walked with trekking poles lol) was really meditative. I also found that when I was having a hard time walking (because it was hot, because my feet hurt, because I was tired, because I was lonely) it was useful to me to pray a decade of the rosary for other people? I would think of someone I cared about, then go into the Our Father etc, counting off the Hail Marys with my fingers; then think of another person, repeat. This had the positive side effect of loosening my death grip on my trekking poles and preventing numbness in my hands! It's funny that I started doing it as a way of distracting myself when I was not enjoying my walk, but when I look back some of my most spiritual moments were those times I was alone and sweaty and my feet were killing me, because I spent that time talking to God about (and asking the Virgin Mary to pray for) people I cared about. I also prayed for a few people I met on the Camino that I found personally unpleasant. This made it easier to be gracious with them when we were inevitably seated together at dinner another day. I should probably learn something from that, lol.

At churches doing daily mass in the evenings, they often did the rosary a half an hour before that. There was a couple of times that the people there (nearly always a handful of middle-aged and elderly Spanish women) were benignly confused by my presence until they saw the beads in my hand and my well-worn leaflet with directions and illustrations of the sets of mysteries. (I still can't say any of the prayers in Spanish, but at least I can usually tell which one they're doing!)

Third: there's an Anglican church and mission in Santiago! I was in Santiago for Pentecost, and while yes of course I went to mass at the cathedral (no huge incense swinging, alas) I also went to the tiny Eucharist at the Anglican mission--I think there was eight of us total including the priest, who was an American woman. But it was such a comfort to hear and say the words of liturgy that I know by heart. (And see a woman priest!) Her sermon connected the wind at Pentecost to the stream of pilgrims walking into the square in front of the cathedral, and noted that despite our different languages, we pilgrims understand each other's joy upon reaching Santiago.

The mission recently bought a pension (a bit like a small hotel or bed and breakfast) and I *think* they're accepting guests. I'm hoping that within the next few years I can spend some time volunteering there--I stayed in many hostels run by volunteers (sometimes locals, sometimes a church and/or nuns, sometimes another country's confraternity of St. James) and they were often my fave places to stay. More info on the mission: https://www.anglicancentresantiago.org/

Fourth: I saw a ton of really old, really gorgeous churches. It sometimes seemed like every tiny village had a startlingly beautiful church (of the ones that were open--some were only open for mass on Sundays, or twice a month, or not at all). I think the oldest one I visited was the Church of Saint Mary of Eunate from the 12th century, but many churches had bits and pieces that were that old or older. My fave church was the Cathedral in Leon (built in the 13th century), which I paid to get into twice (they kicked us out for siesta) because it was so beautiful I kept crying. The stained glass is just spectacular, but honestly everything about it is gorgeous--the cloisters had a series of fresco paintings from (I think) the 1500's of events from the Gospels and Acts that were natural in expression.

The Leon cathedral had amazing wooden carvings in the choir--every seat has a carving of a person from the bible. Praying the daily office paid off unexpectedly: I recognized Saint Simeon, not from the Latin version of his name, or the fact that he was shown holding an infant Jesus, but because the gold lettering around his head started "nunc dimittus..." I could hear the Evening at the Office recording in my head: "Lord, you now have set your servant free, to go in peace as you have promised; For these eyes of mine have seen the savior, whom you have prepared for all the world to see; A Light to enlighten the nations, and the glory of your people Israel."

Fifth: So, St. James the Apostle. He's alllllll over the Camino, for obvious reasons. So many statues and paintings, from cute cartoony images in logos of local businesses, to heavily-gilded statues in many churches. I admit to being amused at how often he was portrayed as an older man with a beard, because he was (famously!) the first Apostle to be martyred--beheaded by a sword on Herod's orders in the book of Acts. He was mostly portrayed as a pilgrim--a pilgrim's cloak, hat with scallop shell, a walking staff and drinking gourd. In a few churches, he was also portrayed as The Moor-Slayer--on horseback with a sword, about to take off someone else's head. St. James the Pilgrim felt like a friend, St. James the Moor-Slayer definitely did not. St James did not, while alive, kill anyone that I'm aware of; but he's the patron saint of Spain in part because of his miraculous help in a battle against the Moors that historians are pretty sure never happened.

A lot of the legends about St. James in Spain are...unlikely. There's just too many instances of "funny how nobody discovered this/thought to write this down until three hundred years later, when it was useful for the church/the current king."

Which means that I've personally spent a lot of time pointing out to people that while it's doubtful his actual bones are in the cathedral at Santiago, it doesn't really matter--so many people have made genuine pilgrimage to Santiago to venerate him that the place has *become* sacred to St. James, y'know?

But speaking of the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, there's a fascinating contrast between the altar, with its multiple statues of St. James and an insanely over-the-top gold retablo and huge baby-faced angels holding up a gold platform, upon which is an statue of St. James about to slaughter someone; with the actual place under the altar where his supposed relics are kept. You'd miss the way to the relics if it weren't for the line of people. There's a small metal sign saying "entrada" above a humble stone stairway down to a narrow, low-ceilinged space, where there's a couple of steps in front of a metal grille and about five feet between you and a small altar with a fancy silver box on it.

When I went into the cathedral the day I arrived in Santiago there was barely a line, so within a few seconds I was in front of that box. Other people had pushed things through the grille: rosaries, bits of paper with prayers on them.

And there's no way around it: I had a moment of profound awe and gratitude while I was there, along with a sensation of Presence, a feeling best described as "Oh god, what if he's really in there." People were snapping cell phone pics and walking past me as I knelt and tried to just let myself sit in that Presence. But I was also self-conscious of how few people fit in that space and other people wanting a turn, so I left within a minute or two. I went to a side chapel that was open for Eucharistic Adoration, and not knowing what else to do, I prayed the rosary and did the evening Office.

I went back the next day, after the early morning mass. I read to myself the prayer that was in my credencial (which is originally from a pilgrims' guide written in the 12th century), but I changed it all to the past tense and a prayer of thanks:

O God, who brought your servant Abraham out of the land of the Chaldeans, protecting him in his wanderings, and who guided the Hebrew people across the desert, we ask that you watch over us, your servants, as we walk in the love of your name to Santiago de Compostela. Be for us our companion on the walk, Our guide at the crossroads, Our breath in our weariness, Our protection in danger, Our albergue on the Camino, Our shade in the heat, Our light in the darkness, Our consolation in our discouragements, And our strength in our intentions. So that with your guidance we may arrive safe and sound at the end of the Road and enriched with grace and virtue we return safely to our homes filled with joy. In the name of Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.

(This isn't the exact version printed in my credencial, but I'm at work and don't have it in front of me.)

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A History of Western Philosophy

A Polarized View of String Topology

A Survey of Cohomological Physics

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An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry

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Australian Category Theory Seminar

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2023.06.08 06:04 *westccoast* **I’m considering converting, but i’m a lesbian.**

Hello, for some time now I have been looking into the mormon faith as a whole. None of my family is mormon, I was not raised mormon, this is all of my own volition. I don’t struggle with my attraction as thankfully I was raised with very accepting parents. I’ve been thinking about converting to the church, which is where my problem lies. I do no want to have to suppress who I am, no matter how much I believe in everything else that mormonism preaches, when I have no issue with my identity. I follow every law and rule, I pray every night, I am faithful. But if I am going to be treated differently based on how our very own god created me, than I think it would be best for me and any future spouses or significant others to stay away. Is there any way around that? Because I really, truly am enamored with this faith. Any help is appreciated.

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Memory transcription subject: Cayek, Gojid Linguist

Date [standardized human time]: July 15, 2165

I stared blankly at the image projected before me, questions wrapped themselves around my mind, the confusion was almost suffocating. How could this relic have been carved to depict 4 different sapient species when the most recent of the species carved onto the cube wasn’t even on the galactic stage until a couple years ago? “These images don’t exactly answer our questions. It is intriguing that the artifact depicts modern species but the individuals shown could be anyone. Why choose us specifically?” A woman in a black suit stood from her seat. “The 4 individuals shown on the artifact are all put in specific settings that, though somewhat indirectly, portray aspects of your lives. Cayek, you wanted to leave the hateful and fiery past of your family behind and better yourself, Lemva, you try to flee from your self-hatred by distracting yourself with new experiences, Tassak, you are shunned by both the Federation species and your own kind, and James, you struggle with anger and have difficulty trusting anyone since an old family friend betrayed you.” We sat in silence, mulling over the words we had just taken in.

“How do you know these things?” Lemva asked, befuddled. “You all are attending therapy for your issues, correct? We’ve had to take use of some… unsavory methods, to keep order since Kasinek’s Templars started their little “anti-predator” campaign a while back.” The woman looked across the table at a man sat beside Zhao, seeming to be requesting confirmation to continue. The man nodded, and the woman turned back to us. “As well as your backgrounds, we’ve been monitoring brain activity from anyone that passed the first few checks for applicants. 4 weeks back, when we first recovered the artifact, we discovered an unsettling pattern. Any personnel that spent an extended amount of time near the object started experiencing unnaturally similar dreams. Each report involved the exact same phenomenon, wherein the dreamer would come into contact with what was described as a white dwarf star.”

My blood ran cold as I recalled the night terrors I had been experiencing recently. I looked over at my partners and their expressions conveyed similar emotions. “You’ve been monitoring our dreams?!” Lemva yelled angrily. The woman looked amused, she hadn’t said yes but her expression absolutely implied it. “Yes, unsavory methods, back on topic.” The woman took a seat and placed her steepled hands onto the table. “You 4 have been having identical dreams, despite not being in contact with the artifact. This, along with the other factors we’ve discussed, led us to invite you here to conduct some experiments. The fact that you are all highly trained historians is also a plus, perhaps with your inexplicable ties to the artifact you may be able to find something we could not.” The woman looked around at her colleagues before continuing. “Most of the people here would not like to admit it, but we’re just as confused as you are.”

My eyes glanced over at James and Lemva to my right. James had been silent for nearly the whole briefing, and he still kept that silence now. He looked deep in thought, staring blankly at the surface of the ornate table he was sitting at. Lemva looked displeased at the idea that her thoughts were not as private as she once thought, but there was also a twinge of fear within her that was given away by the way that she flicked her ears and swung her tail. I looked to my left at the Arxur who I had earlier been afraid of. Tassak looked fearful, she clicked her claws rhythmically as she sorted through the contents of her mind. [I highly doubt these people are as confused as we are.]

If we were going to be involved in experiments with the artifact, I wanted to know more about the thing beforehand. “What is known about the artifact so far? Did the Federation records contain any information about where it was obtained, at what time, what it’s made of? That sort of thing. We need to know more if you’re going to be running experiments with us.” A slightly larger venlil in a white lab-coat pulled out 4 holopads before passing them to us. “These holopads contain most of everything we know of the artifact. You can read the extensive reports at your own leisure at a later date but for now I will provide a summarized version.” The venlil sat back in his seat and switched slides on the projector. The image of the artifact and holopad in their cell from before was displayed again.

“The holopad that was kept with the artifact contains records detailing the recovery of the artifact from a desolate planet in a star-system near the edge of Federation space in the year 2010. The star-system, which was designated as Taavon, was planned to be the site of a military outpost to keep tabs on Arxur activity. The planet that the artifact was discovered on, Taavon-C, was chosen as the construction site for a covert listening station. During excavation, the artifact was found along with some buried stone structures. The site was deemed unsuitable for construction and the ruins were set to be demolished after, and I quote, ‘architectural practices considered predatory in nature’ were discovered. A total of 3 antimatter warheads were dropped on the site, and upon surveying the smoldering crater, the artifact was found entirely unharmed.”

The notion that this object had survived a direct antimatter bombardment was absurd to me, perhaps the Feds had it wrong, it was not my place to object though. “That is the extent of the information provided by the holopad, aside from some crap about how the object ‘stood against everything the Federation holds dear.’ Pretentious bastards.” The scientist switched to a slowly rotating 3d model of the object as a background for his next statement. “The rest of the information we gathered ourselves after acquiring the artifact. It has a surface area of 1350cm² and a volume of 3375cm³, it weighs 12.96 kilograms, and is made of an element we’ve never seen before. We’re still deciding on a name for the element. It has been extremely resistant to every single type of energy or force that we can apply to it. High pressures, intense heat, radiation, antimatter, friction, gravitic shearing, all did absolutely nothing to the thing. Hell, we tried blasting it with Q-EUS and all we ended up with was 37 billion dollars worth of energy down the drain and a single shard of the material that barely measured a micron in width.”

The scientist’s frustration rose in amplitude as he listed off the failed tests, before being suppressed by a quick session of deep breaths. “Thankfully, that fragment held a lot of information about the artifact. So maybe it was worth it, I don’t know.” There was a brief pause before the scientist’s monologue continued. “We were able to perform radiometric dating on the shard, and I don’t think you’re gonna believe what I’m about to tell you. When I first received the results I was ready to fire someone for incompetence. But you can’t fail 30 separate tests back to back.” The man paused, taking in our curiosity as we waited. The man hunched over and lowered his voice, to emphasize his next statement.

“The results showed that the material the artifact is made of is more than 20*billion* years old.”

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Memory transcription subject: Cayek, Gojid Linguist

Date [standardized human time]: July 15, 2165

I stared blankly at the image projected before me, questions wrapped themselves around my mind, the confusion was almost suffocating. How could this relic have been carved to depict 4 different sapient species when the most recent of the species carved onto the cube wasn’t even on the galactic stage until a couple years ago? “These images don’t exactly answer our questions. It is intriguing that the artifact depicts modern species but the individuals shown could be anyone. Why choose us specifically?” A woman in a black suit stood from her seat. “The 4 individuals shown on the artifact are all put in specific settings that, though somewhat indirectly, portray aspects of your lives. Cayek, you wanted to leave the hateful and fiery past of your family behind and better yourself, Lemva, you try to flee from your self-hatred by distracting yourself with new experiences, Tassak, you are shunned by both the Federation species and your own kind, and James, you struggle with anger and have difficulty trusting anyone since an old family friend betrayed you.” We sat in silence, mulling over the words we had just taken in.

“How do you know these things?” Lemva asked, befuddled. “You all are attending therapy for your issues, correct? We’ve had to take use of some… unsavory methods, to keep order since Kasinek’s Templars started their little “anti-predator” campaign a while back.” The woman looked across the table at a man sat beside Zhao, seeming to be requesting confirmation to continue. The man nodded, and the woman turned back to us. “As well as your backgrounds, we’ve been monitoring brain activity from anyone that passed the first few checks for applicants. 4 weeks back, when we first recovered the artifact, we discovered an unsettling pattern. Any personnel that spent an extended amount of time near the object started experiencing unnaturally similar dreams. Each report involved the exact same phenomenon, wherein the dreamer would come into contact with what was described as a white dwarf star.”

My blood ran cold as I recalled the night terrors I had been experiencing recently. I looked over at my partners and their expressions conveyed similar emotions. “You’ve been monitoring our dreams?!” Lemva yelled angrily. The woman looked amused, she hadn’t said yes but her expression absolutely implied it. “Yes, unsavory methods, back on topic.” The woman took a seat and placed her steepled hands onto the table. “You 4 have been having identical dreams, despite not being in contact with the artifact. This, along with the other factors we’ve discussed, led us to invite you here to conduct some experiments. The fact that you are all highly trained historians is also a plus, perhaps with your inexplicable ties to the artifact you may be able to find something we could not.” The woman looked around at her colleagues before continuing. “Most of the people here would not like to admit it, but we’re just as confused as you are.”

My eyes glanced over at James and Lemva to my right. James had been silent for nearly the whole briefing, and he still kept that silence now. He looked deep in thought, staring blankly at the surface of the ornate table he was sitting at. Lemva looked displeased at the idea that her thoughts were not as private as she once thought, but there was also a twinge of fear within her that was given away by the way that she flicked her ears and swung her tail. I looked to my left at the Arxur who I had earlier been afraid of. Tassak looked fearful, she clicked her claws rhythmically as she sorted through the contents of her mind. [I highly doubt these people are as confused as we are.]

If we were going to be involved in experiments with the artifact, I wanted to know more about the thing beforehand. “What is known about the artifact so far? Did the Federation records contain any information about where it was obtained, at what time, what it’s made of? That sort of thing. We need to know more if you’re going to be running experiments with us.” A slightly larger venlil in a white lab-coat pulled out 4 holopads before passing them to us. “These holopads contain most of everything we know of the artifact. You can read the extensive reports at your own leisure at a later date but for now I will provide a summarized version.” The venlil sat back in his seat and switched slides on the projector. The image of the artifact and holopad in their cell from before was displayed again.

“The holopad that was kept with the artifact contains records detailing the recovery of the artifact from a desolate planet in a star-system near the edge of Federation space in the year 2010. The star-system, which was designated as Taavon, was planned to be the site of a military outpost to keep tabs on Arxur activity. The planet that the artifact was discovered on, Taavon-C, was chosen as the construction site for a covert listening station. During excavation, the artifact was found along with some buried stone structures. The site was deemed unsuitable for construction and the ruins were set to be demolished after, and I quote, ‘architectural practices considered predatory in nature’ were discovered. A total of 3 antimatter warheads were dropped on the site, and upon surveying the smoldering crater, the artifact was found entirely unharmed.”

The notion that this object had survived a direct antimatter bombardment was absurd to me, perhaps the Feds had it wrong, it was not my place to object though. “That is the extent of the information provided by the holopad, aside from some crap about how the object ‘stood against everything the Federation holds dear.’ Pretentious bastards.” The scientist switched to a slowly rotating 3d model of the object as a background for his next statement. “The rest of the information we gathered ourselves after acquiring the artifact. It has a surface area of 1350cm² and a volume of 3375cm³, it weighs 12.96 kilograms, and is made of an element we’ve never seen before. We’re still deciding on a name for the element. It has been extremely resistant to every single type of energy or force that we can apply to it. High pressures, intense heat, radiation, antimatter, friction, gravitic shearing, all did absolutely nothing to the thing. Hell, we tried blasting it with Q-EUS and all we ended up with was 37 billion dollars worth of energy down the drain and a single shard of the material that barely measured a micron in width.”

The scientist’s frustration rose in amplitude as he listed off the failed tests, before being suppressed by a quick session of deep breaths. “Thankfully, that fragment held a lot of information about the artifact. So maybe it was worth it, I don’t know.” There was a brief pause before the scientist’s monologue continued. “We were able to perform radiometric dating on the shard, and I don’t think you’re gonna believe what I’m about to tell you. When I first received the results I was ready to fire someone for incompetence. But you can’t fail 30 separate tests back to back.” The man paused, taking in our curiosity as we waited. The man hunched over and lowered his voice, to emphasize his next statement.

“The results showed that the material the artifact is made of is more than 20

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2023.06.08 06:00 *Southern-Bit-7905* **My first love who rejected my 3 years ago, asked me to meet up with him 😅**

Our “love” story is sooo long, I don’t know how to summarize haha. We met during our SHS year. 1 year lang kami naging classmates ( during grade 11 lang). Let’s call him “Rae”. He is a kinddd guy, super, like sa lahat ng classmates namin, talagang mabait sya. Kaya mabilis din kami naging friends, to the point na lumilipat pa ako ng chair just to be near with him. Iniiwan ko friends ko para makasama sya during lunch 😅 anndd during that time, wala sa isip ko na crush ko sya or what, literal na friends lang tingin ko sa kanya. But at one point lagi ko na sya gustong kasama and it made me sad pag nakikita syang kasama yung ibang female friends nya. Due to his pleasant personality, ”crush ng bayan” sa room. Yung isang friend pa nga nya ay nag seselos sa akin since crush nya rin si Rae (well same haha, I am upset whenever nakikita ko sila together. ( well background lang kung gaano ka “ likeable” si Rae).

Ayun, parang naging hobby na namin lumabas as “friends” ( well for me feeling ko date na haha), we went ice skating, movies, UAAP games, and mejo bongga na restaurants. Always KKB kami sa lahat ng labas namin. Then, during grade 12 hindi na kami classmates but we still remained close friends and dito na nga ako officially umamin haha ( tho I know halata na ako nung grade 11). I confessed through a handwritten letter with printed photos namin. I personally gave it to him. But, sabi nya he cannot reciprocate my feelings and I accepted it naman. Mahalaga lang sa akin ay malaman nya there is someone who truly admires and cares for him talaga. Then mejo awkward ng slight after, but nung birthday ko that year he gave me a bracelet. Grabe, first gift ever na I got from a guy that I REALLY LIKE. So mejo mixed but I thought, well close friends naman talaga kami kaya ganun.Well fast forward….we we’re stuck in pandemic and nag first year tayong lahat online. I suddenly thought of him and kinamusta ko sya, I think mga August 2020 ito. Madami kami napag usapan and isa yung time na binasa daw nya yung confession letter ko. The night that he read it, super umiyak daw sya, super as in! 😅 Kasi dun nya lang daw na feel na super special sya however hindi nga raw same yung feelings nya sa akin. But he confessed, naging crush nya rin ako during our grade 11, but hindi same sa level ng sa akin. We expressed din how much we missed each other and we were planning to meet up pag nasa Manila na ulit kami. I really appreciate Rae, kasi he never tooked advantage of my feelings. Never nya pinagkalat or pinag yabang yung mga ginawa ko for him hahaha especially yung confession ko.

Then after nun, August - December 2020, araw araw na kami nag c-chat. He sends a photo of his new haircut, rants about school, chika about our SHS classmates and may mga times na niloloko ko sya na bakit hindi na lang kami ganun, but I noticed, lagi sya nag s-sorry. ( may mga times kasi na umiiyak ata ako sa chat na serious asking him bakit hindi na lang ako 😭🤣) Nag sorry sya kasi friends nga lang raw kami.Then January 2021 came, I sent a tiktok video sa kanya na may punchline na “magiging jowa din kita soon” type of tiktok. Ayun, he replied na may jowa na raw sya, I thought joke lang. But, totoo haha. Of course nagulat ako kasi yung closeness namin during August 2020 onwards, ay parang mag jowa na? Haha. Kaya pala lagi sya nag s-sorry kasi di nya raw masabi agad and baka hindi na raw kami mag usap ulit. Well, tama sya. We never talked na ulit from January 2021- August that year. Nag uusap pero matipid and short lang. Well alam nya na nasaktan ako kasi I felt betrayed haha.

Thennn fast forward ulit haha December 2022, it’s my birthday andd kaloka! Haha hindi nya ako binati. You know sya yung friend mo na talagang mag tatampo ka pag no greetings at all kaya naman I pmed him na. Then nakalimutan daw nyaaa HMP. Naka deac din lahat soc meds nya kasi super hectic sya sa course nya. Then right after our Agape Day, I had the urge to call him! Haha never ko pa sya na call like ever pero I super missed him na talaga na hindi na ako nahiya. He picked up naman and video call pa talaga haha buti na lang maganda ako that night. Well as usual, super wholesome pa rin nya and fun. 4 hours din kami nag kamustahan and of course natanong ko if kamusta na jowa nya, well they broke up! 🤣🥳 ( di ko pala nasabi na si Rae pa yung niligawan ni gurl! haha he is that type of guy super shy but super deds mga girls 😅).Well sabi nya parang nasakal daw sya and super possessive si girl haha and di nya nakwento lahat about their breakup, pag nag meet na lang daw kami, share nya lahat.

Ayun from December 2022- May 2023, puro usap lang sa chats kahit both nasa Manila na kami. ANDD right after my exam nag chat sya, 6:17 pm of May 31, he asked me if I am free daw ba since pupunta sya US and he asked me if may gusto daw akong pasalubong hahahxgsgx. That’s the FIRST time ever na sya yung nag initiate and asked talaga! Kasi dati lagi g akong yung planner and nag a-aya. So ayun kinabukasan agad nag meet kami.

June 1. Our first meet up after THREE long years. I was sooo excited and nervous haha. So I waited for him sa LRT then I saw him… so tumakbo ako sa direction where he was standing and I saw his arms widely open for a hug 🥺 Hay, Rae my ever wholesome crush. So we hugged for a bit and sumakay na agad ng train. I didn’t know what to do…hinihila ko shirt nya and nagtatago ako sa likod nya 😭 Well nakaya ko naman kausapin sya and ayun na nasabi na nya when date alis nya and after that trip, may summer sya sa school. Then after our ride, pumunta na kami sa restaurant where we ate and nagkwento sya sa life updates sa ate ( and bis other sibs ) nya 😅 last update was wala pang lovelife but now meron na haha super cute kasi pati yun nakwekwento nya. Kahit yung paninigarilyo ng Daddy nya, sinasabi nya sa akin. Even his Lolo na huling kwento nya ay nung SHS kami. I feel special and entrusted kasi suoer shy sya sa ibang tao but he is sharing stories like these sa akin.

While we were eating nag picture kami and sabi ko I will tag him sa story ko and gusto ko, i-restory nya. BUT, ayaw nyaaa hahaha. Nung una sabi nya pangit daw sya sa pic ganun but umamin sya na ayaw nya makita ng ”ex” nya kasi isa din sa reasons why they broke up is nag seselos na pala sa akin yung gurl haha. May attitude si girl na nabubuksan nya IG ni Rae without his permission and andun messages namin. I don’t know why he needs to hide sa kanya, tho I know pero wala naman na sila eh. But I understand the girl kasi jowa nya may kausap na babae din na sweet nga din ang messages. But I was really clueless that time. Kahit during SHS naman, ganun na kami ni Rae.Well, back to my story nag photobooth kami and super fun and happy namin. I dont know pero I had the urge to kiss him sa booth 😭 Pero di ko kaya kasi baka maging awkward after?? HAHA but and cute ng pics namin after. Thenn nag DQ kami and quick chika kasi uuwi na kami :((.

On our way to LRT ulit nag lakad kami and dun ko lang na experience yung “sidewalk rule” ng mga gentleman. As in. Sinadya ko na nga ako sa may lane na may cars to test him. But heyyy HAHAHAAH sabi nya “ sa gilid ka” HAHSBSH grabe mahihimatay na ata ako that time… di ko kinaya super ngiti naman ako under my mask. Super gentleman and wholesome nya talaga kahit sa bus, like inaayos ko kang yung shorts ko and malapit na kasi yung kamay ko sa kamay nya and iniwaa nya talagaa HAHAHS like why napaka good boy naman. But nung nag bye na ulit kami sa may train, ako na nag initiate to side hug him and nag respond naman sya, he slightly grasp din my braso, still ang gentle nya.

Ayun that is the end of my story. Ay also pala, during SHS labas namin puro KKB, but last week, lahat sya yung nag pay for it. Kahit LRT and yung DQ. 🥺 LAHAT pati yung Life 4 Cuts namin haha. I was just puzzled, ano gusto nya? Haha I know malalim din friendship namin kaya we can go out na kami lang. Pero will it go further? Kasi after nun, I miss him everyday. Nonetheless, super grateful talaga ako for him. Sa wholesome friendship namin na may halong kilig.It’s just that first time na sya yung nag initiate and libre yung “friendly” date namin. Ayun, thank you for reading my story.To Rae, ako na lang kasi HAHSHSHS hay :(

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Our “love” story is sooo long, I don’t know how to summarize haha. We met during our SHS year. 1 year lang kami naging classmates ( during grade 11 lang). Let’s call him “Rae”. He is a kinddd guy, super, like sa lahat ng classmates namin, talagang mabait sya. Kaya mabilis din kami naging friends, to the point na lumilipat pa ako ng chair just to be near with him. Iniiwan ko friends ko para makasama sya during lunch 😅 anndd during that time, wala sa isip ko na crush ko sya or what, literal na friends lang tingin ko sa kanya. But at one point lagi ko na sya gustong kasama and it made me sad pag nakikita syang kasama yung ibang female friends nya. Due to his pleasant personality, ”crush ng bayan” sa room. Yung isang friend pa nga nya ay nag seselos sa akin since crush nya rin si Rae (well same haha, I am upset whenever nakikita ko sila together. ( well background lang kung gaano ka “ likeable” si Rae).

Ayun, parang naging hobby na namin lumabas as “friends” ( well for me feeling ko date na haha), we went ice skating, movies, UAAP games, and mejo bongga na restaurants. Always KKB kami sa lahat ng labas namin. Then, during grade 12 hindi na kami classmates but we still remained close friends and dito na nga ako officially umamin haha ( tho I know halata na ako nung grade 11). I confessed through a handwritten letter with printed photos namin. I personally gave it to him. But, sabi nya he cannot reciprocate my feelings and I accepted it naman. Mahalaga lang sa akin ay malaman nya there is someone who truly admires and cares for him talaga. Then mejo awkward ng slight after, but nung birthday ko that year he gave me a bracelet. Grabe, first gift ever na I got from a guy that I REALLY LIKE. So mejo mixed but I thought, well close friends naman talaga kami kaya ganun.Well fast forward….we we’re stuck in pandemic and nag first year tayong lahat online. I suddenly thought of him and kinamusta ko sya, I think mga August 2020 ito. Madami kami napag usapan and isa yung time na binasa daw nya yung confession letter ko. The night that he read it, super umiyak daw sya, super as in! 😅 Kasi dun nya lang daw na feel na super special sya however hindi nga raw same yung feelings nya sa akin. But he confessed, naging crush nya rin ako during our grade 11, but hindi same sa level ng sa akin. We expressed din how much we missed each other and we were planning to meet up pag nasa Manila na ulit kami. I really appreciate Rae, kasi he never tooked advantage of my feelings. Never nya pinagkalat or pinag yabang yung mga ginawa ko for him hahaha especially yung confession ko.

Then after nun, August - December 2020, araw araw na kami nag c-chat. He sends a photo of his new haircut, rants about school, chika about our SHS classmates and may mga times na niloloko ko sya na bakit hindi na lang kami ganun, but I noticed, lagi sya nag s-sorry. ( may mga times kasi na umiiyak ata ako sa chat na serious asking him bakit hindi na lang ako 😭🤣) Nag sorry sya kasi friends nga lang raw kami.Then January 2021 came, I sent a tiktok video sa kanya na may punchline na “magiging jowa din kita soon” type of tiktok. Ayun, he replied na may jowa na raw sya, I thought joke lang. But, totoo haha. Of course nagulat ako kasi yung closeness namin during August 2020 onwards, ay parang mag jowa na? Haha. Kaya pala lagi sya nag s-sorry kasi di nya raw masabi agad and baka hindi na raw kami mag usap ulit. Well, tama sya. We never talked na ulit from January 2021- August that year. Nag uusap pero matipid and short lang. Well alam nya na nasaktan ako kasi I felt betrayed haha.

Thennn fast forward ulit haha December 2022, it’s my birthday andd kaloka! Haha hindi nya ako binati. You know sya yung friend mo na talagang mag tatampo ka pag no greetings at all kaya naman I pmed him na. Then nakalimutan daw nyaaa HMP. Naka deac din lahat soc meds nya kasi super hectic sya sa course nya. Then right after our Agape Day, I had the urge to call him! Haha never ko pa sya na call like ever pero I super missed him na talaga na hindi na ako nahiya. He picked up naman and video call pa talaga haha buti na lang maganda ako that night. Well as usual, super wholesome pa rin nya and fun. 4 hours din kami nag kamustahan and of course natanong ko if kamusta na jowa nya, well they broke up! 🤣🥳 ( di ko pala nasabi na si Rae pa yung niligawan ni gurl! haha he is that type of guy super shy but super deds mga girls 😅).Well sabi nya parang nasakal daw sya and super possessive si girl haha and di nya nakwento lahat about their breakup, pag nag meet na lang daw kami, share nya lahat.

Ayun from December 2022- May 2023, puro usap lang sa chats kahit both nasa Manila na kami. ANDD right after my exam nag chat sya, 6:17 pm of May 31, he asked me if I am free daw ba since pupunta sya US and he asked me if may gusto daw akong pasalubong hahahxgsgx. That’s the FIRST time ever na sya yung nag initiate and asked talaga! Kasi dati lagi g akong yung planner and nag a-aya. So ayun kinabukasan agad nag meet kami.

June 1. Our first meet up after THREE long years. I was sooo excited and nervous haha. So I waited for him sa LRT then I saw him… so tumakbo ako sa direction where he was standing and I saw his arms widely open for a hug 🥺 Hay, Rae my ever wholesome crush. So we hugged for a bit and sumakay na agad ng train. I didn’t know what to do…hinihila ko shirt nya and nagtatago ako sa likod nya 😭 Well nakaya ko naman kausapin sya and ayun na nasabi na nya when date alis nya and after that trip, may summer sya sa school. Then after our ride, pumunta na kami sa restaurant where we ate and nagkwento sya sa life updates sa ate ( and bis other sibs ) nya 😅 last update was wala pang lovelife but now meron na haha super cute kasi pati yun nakwekwento nya. Kahit yung paninigarilyo ng Daddy nya, sinasabi nya sa akin. Even his Lolo na huling kwento nya ay nung SHS kami. I feel special and entrusted kasi suoer shy sya sa ibang tao but he is sharing stories like these sa akin.

While we were eating nag picture kami and sabi ko I will tag him sa story ko and gusto ko, i-restory nya. BUT, ayaw nyaaa hahaha. Nung una sabi nya pangit daw sya sa pic ganun but umamin sya na ayaw nya makita ng ”ex” nya kasi isa din sa reasons why they broke up is nag seselos na pala sa akin yung gurl haha. May attitude si girl na nabubuksan nya IG ni Rae without his permission and andun messages namin. I don’t know why he needs to hide sa kanya, tho I know pero wala naman na sila eh. But I understand the girl kasi jowa nya may kausap na babae din na sweet nga din ang messages. But I was really clueless that time. Kahit during SHS naman, ganun na kami ni Rae.Well, back to my story nag photobooth kami and super fun and happy namin. I dont know pero I had the urge to kiss him sa booth 😭 Pero di ko kaya kasi baka maging awkward after?? HAHA but and cute ng pics namin after. Thenn nag DQ kami and quick chika kasi uuwi na kami :((.

On our way to LRT ulit nag lakad kami and dun ko lang na experience yung “sidewalk rule” ng mga gentleman. As in. Sinadya ko na nga ako sa may lane na may cars to test him. But heyyy HAHAHAAH sabi nya “ sa gilid ka” HAHSBSH grabe mahihimatay na ata ako that time… di ko kinaya super ngiti naman ako under my mask. Super gentleman and wholesome nya talaga kahit sa bus, like inaayos ko kang yung shorts ko and malapit na kasi yung kamay ko sa kamay nya and iniwaa nya talagaa HAHAHS like why napaka good boy naman. But nung nag bye na ulit kami sa may train, ako na nag initiate to side hug him and nag respond naman sya, he slightly grasp din my braso, still ang gentle nya.

Ayun that is the end of my story. Ay also pala, during SHS labas namin puro KKB, but last week, lahat sya yung nag pay for it. Kahit LRT and yung DQ. 🥺 LAHAT pati yung Life 4 Cuts namin haha. I was just puzzled, ano gusto nya? Haha I know malalim din friendship namin kaya we can go out na kami lang. Pero will it go further? Kasi after nun, I miss him everyday. Nonetheless, super grateful talaga ako for him. Sa wholesome friendship namin na may halong kilig.It’s just that first time na sya yung nag initiate and libre yung “friendly” date namin. Ayun, thank you for reading my story.To Rae, ako na lang kasi HAHSHSHS hay :(

2023.06.08 05:58 *lowercaselemming* **Most horrific deaths?**

I'm currently reading Hyperion by Dan Simmons, and in the beginning is a section with Paul Duré, a devout Jesuit who was exiled from the church to the planet Hyperion. On Hyperion, he discovers a population of deformed and mentally stunted people who worship "The Cruciform", referring to his cross every time they mention it. Not God, not Jesus - the cross itself. Whenever he asks about those or any saints, they have no idea what he's talking about. Paul initially believes this is just a bastardized version of some Abrahamic religion maintained by people who effectively played Telephone with a religion for a bunch of generations until he discovers the reality: The Cruciform is a cross-shaped parasite native to Hyperion, and it embeds itself into your chest and starts to "maintain" you. Even if you're chopped in half, you will be "maintained". The Cruciform, however, doesn't care how much of "you" is still "you", so the deformed and mentally stunted people aren't just essentially cavemen, they're the result of centuries of being "maintained" by The Cruciforms. And what does he decide when he gets afflicted with his own Cruciform? He's not gonna accept that. He's not going to allow himself to be degenerated and end up like the others, seeing it as an affront of God, and soon discovers through medical scans that whenever someone afflicted with a Cruciform gets fatally injured, the Cruciform has to release its grip on its host just a *liiiiittle* tiny bit in order to start the maintaining process. Thus, in true Jesuit fashion, Paul decides to crucify himself in a forest that is essentially eternally on fire, where he is immolated and fried nonstop for the next EIGHT YEARS while his Cruciform is constantly trying to repair him until he's found by his fellow Jesuit friend who is able to pull the Cruciform free, finally allowing Paul to die. I was squirming in my seat in disgust while I read these paragraphs detailing every gross detail about Paul's still-living remains.

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2023.06.08 05:53 *anotherdayof* **I can't wait for my sister to leave**

I think one of my sisters is 3-5 years from leaving based on comments she has made. I don't bring up the church when I talk to her but she brings it up in conversations occasionally. I've been careful not to say anything negative about it because I want her to come to her own conclusions. I really hope she leaves sooner rather than later.

I'm getting lonely as the only exmormon in the family. Because my family is mormon I have a ton of siblings. Why can't one of them just leave already? Please give me some hope and tell me about when your siblings got out.

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I'm getting lonely as the only exmormon in the family. Because my family is mormon I have a ton of siblings. Why can't one of them just leave already? Please give me some hope and tell me about when your siblings got out.

2023.06.08 05:52 *fatetrumpsfear* **Grandmas peanut butter bars.**

Hello. For years I’ve been trying to find out what these peanut butter bars were my grandma would make for church gatherings. The texture and consistency was similar to a brownie, the outside covered in peanut pieces. The inside there was a white substance of some kind. Kind of like a cream cheese consistency. They were a little sweet, peanut butter flavored. And pretty messy with the peanut pieces falling off. Any ideas are appreciated!

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