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2021.12.06 06:15 nerv9394 Enjoy Traditional Chinese Characters; Connect HuaXia Culture. https://opensea.io/LuxChord

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2021.12.06 06:15 InternationalEase519 Unsure on how to proceed with ex

Hi all, just looking for some advice, long story short my gf (20) broke up with me (21) after 4.5 years due to not feeling that spark anymore and she wanted to breakup to see if she felt different after some time apart.
She still wanted to message but after a few days messaging I said I wanted to some space just to clear my head. 1 week into no contact she has messaged me twice which felt like breadcrumbs to me.
Due to not knowing where her head was and her still trying to message and I wasn’t sure if I should wait for her or move on I just sent a final message to her just for closure to myself (not bothered it I got a reply from her) basically just saying thanks for the last 4.5 years I’ve loved it with you and hope we can maybe sort something out between us in the future.
She replied basically saying that this was difficult for her not messaging and being with me and “just for now I feel like what we are doing is the best thing right now, I am finding it hard, I love you and I always will ❤️, you know I’m here to talk too xxxx”.
So now I feel better that I’ve said what I needed to say to her just for myself and I am not going to message her again unless she gets in contact with me.
But is it worth waiting or just try and heal and not speak to her then if she does come back to me in the future then we could discuss everything?
Any advice would be great as it’s my first relationship and I have no idea what to do as I still love her.
TLDR: ex broke up with me after 4.5 years as she didn’t feel the spark and wanted space, she has messaged me a few times since and I have sent a message just for closure to myself and not sure if it’s best just to break all contact unless she messages me
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2021.12.06 06:15 devenk7 Should I marry a girl whom I don't find much attractive by looks but like her nature?

I am an Indian guy and currently going through arranged marriage meetings. I came across this girl, who seems to me as average-looking and not much attractive.
But after talking to her a couple of times, her nature seems quite good to me and seems compatible with me. She seems quite trustworthy.
I have seen Marriage Advice experts saying to give priority to nature and compatibility over physical beauty.
Still, I am dilemma, the brain says do not go for looks, as beauty in looks will fade after some days and people become habitual of looks as days pass by. But human nature remains in place lifelong.
But same time heart says - marriage is the only way to seek a partner, why lose this opportunity to get an attractive partner? If I choose a girl who does not seem attractive to me, will I lose interest in her and do injustice to her after marriage?
Please guide:)
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2021.12.06 06:15 abearghost Fletcher needs to go

He has assembled a team with basically 2 available NHL level defenders. How is a team supposed to win, when your defenders lose 80% of 1-1 situations? And to top that off, the dmen who lose almost every 1-1, they simply can not pass or even receive passes.
Gostisbehere was treated like he was the fucking problem with our defence, while he was one of the few who could actually play with the puck. Fletcher replaced him with Risto and gave a shitload of our picks away in the process. Risto bleeds way more scoring chances and can not move or handle the puck what so ever. He's a 3rd pair defender and Fletcher paid a first pair price for him, while losing a top 4 guy in Ghost.
This is what is fucking this team more than anything, and Fletcher is to blame. He doesn't even seem to see the problem, therefore he needs to go.
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2021.12.06 06:15 No_Power2493 A touching story... Thanks Nintendo

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2021.12.06 06:15 Heeeeeeeeeegon Stand-up Comedy Openmic in Ginza This Sunday!

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2021.12.06 06:15 stabby_og The last PVP death on Unisera

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2021.12.06 06:15 ADandyWaffle I want this back. I'll never be OK or get over her new look. Why ****fix**** something that was fine?

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2021.12.06 06:15 DoctorSusanCalvin overview for RosetteNeel

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2021.12.06 06:15 thehyngryghost Beautiful Female Feet

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2021.12.06 06:15 Left_Resolution_6775 M20 just got off a long shift so I'm going for at least a 5.5/10 🤣

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2021.12.06 06:15 OriginalPosition5946 hello managers! im looking for new manager 🙂 kindly message me and ready to play asap 😌

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2021.12.06 06:15 sasalek Here are all the laws MPs are voting on this week, explained in plain English!

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The Nationality and Borders Bill returns to the Commons this week.
This is the stage when amendments are heard. As ever, it's up to the Speaker to select them. Some of the more popular ones include preventing the Home Office from charging more to register a citizen than the claim actually costs to process, and issuing physical certificates for people registered under the EU settlement scheme.
The Home Affairs Select Committee needs a new chair.
Yvette Cooper is standing down to join Labour's front bench.
Her replacement has to be another Labour MP, but all members have a say. Potential names include Dame Diana Johnson, Hilary Benn, Rupa Huq, and Yasmin Quereshi.
And Friday brings more private members' bills.
The list is ridiculously long, especially considering not a single one was passed last week.
MONDAY 6 DECEMBER Armed Forces Bill - consideration of Lords amendments Renews the Armed Forces Act 2006, which provides the legal basis for the existence of the Armed Forces, and expires at the end of this year. Makes some changes to the service justice system (the Army's disciplinary code). Creates a new independent body to oversee complaints about the Service Police. Further incorporates the Armed Forces Covenant (an understanding that those serving will be treated fairly) into law.
Dormant Assets Bill - 2nd reading Currently, when assets in bank accounts are considered dormant (e.g. the account holder has died or moved abroad and best efforts have been made to reach them) they are given to good causes. This bill broadens the types of assets that can be considered dormant to include things like pension and investment assets. Started in the Lords.
TUESDAY 7 DECEMBER Dyslexia Screening Bill - 2nd reading Requires screening for dyslexia in primary schools. Ten minute rule motion presented by Matt Hancock.
Nationality and Borders Bill - report stage and 3rd reading A wide-ranging bill reforming UK immigration laws after Brexit. Among other things: overhauls the system for asylum seekers, creating a new Temporary Protection Status for people who enter the UK illegally. (This will restrict family reunion rights and holders would have no recourse to public funds unless destitute.) Allows asylum seekers to be removed to a safe third country before their application for asylum is considered. Lowers the threshold for deportation for committing a criminal offence.
WEDNESDAY 8 DECEMBER Community Wealth Fund Bill Requires dormant assets in bank accounts to be transferred into a Community Wealth Fund. The returns from this fund are distributed to local communities for them to spend as they wish. Ten minute rule motion presented by Paul Howell.
Nationality and Borders Bill - report stage and 3rd reading Continuation of Tuesday's debate.
THURSDAY 9 DECEMBER No votes scheduled
FRIDAY 10 DECEMBER Medical Cannabis (Access) Bill - 2nd reading Aims to improve access to medical cannabis, much of which is still bought privately. Private members' bill presented by Jeff Smith.
Climate Change Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to declare a climate emergency and bring forward its deadline for hitting net-zero carbon emissions, among other things. Private members' bill presented by Colum Eastwood. More information here.
British Goods (Public Sector Purchasing Duty) Bill - 2nd reading Requires public bodies to have a presumption in favour of buying British goods. Private members' bill presented by John Spellar.
Clean Air Targets (World Health Organization Guidelines) Bill - 2nd reading Requires UK clean air targets to comply with World Health Organization guidelines. Private members' bill presented by Christine Jardine.
Consuming Pricing Bill - 2nd reading Bans companies (e.g. energy providers) from offering better prices to new customers than existing customers. Private members' bill presented by John Spellar.
Broadcasting (Listed Sporting Events) Bill - 2nd reading Expands the list of sporting events that must be made available for broadcast by free-to-air television channels. Private members' bill presented by John Spellar.
Puppy Import (Prohibition) Bill - 2nd reading Bans the import of young puppies. Private members' bill presented by John Spellar.
Employment (Application Requirements) Bill - 2nd reading Regulates the use of minimum qualification or experience requirements in job applications. Private members' bill presented by John Spellar.
Hunting Trophy Import (Prohibition) Bill - 2nd reading Bans the import of wild animals killed through trophy hunting. Private members' bill presented by John Spellar.
Plastics (Wet Wipes) Bill - 2nd reading Bans the manufacture and sale of wet wipes containing plastic. Private members' bill presented by Fleur Anderson.
Armenian Genocide (Recognition) Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to recognise formally the Armenian genocide of 1915-16. Private members' bill presented by John Spellar.
House of Lords (Hereditary Peers) (Abolition of By-Elections) (No. 2) Bill - 2nd reading Abolishes the system of by-elections for hereditary peers. There can currently be 90 hereditary peers in the Lords at a time. This bill would gradually reduce that amount by not electing replacements. Private members' bill presented by John Spellar.
Benefit Sanctions (Warnings) Bill - 2nd reading Requires benefit claimants to be given warnings before they are sanctioned. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Universal Credit Sanctions (Zero Hours Contracts) Bill - 2nd reading Prevents a Universal Credit claimant from being sanctioned for refusing work on a zero-hours contract. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Local Electricity Bill - 2nd reading Allows electricity generators to sell their energy to local people. Private members' bill presented by Peter Aldous.
United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority Pension Transfers (Parliamentary And Health Service Ombudsman Investigation) Bill - 2nd reading Enables the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (a body which investigates complaints about government departments) to investigate advice and information given by the government about transfers of pensions from the UK Atomic Energy Authority schemes to the AEA Technology pension scheme. AEA Technology was formed in 1996 when an offshoot of the Atomic Energy Authority was privatised. Employees were given a choice of two new pension schemes, which they were told would be at least as good as the old one, but some have said the difference in risk was not made clear. More information here. Private members' bill presented by David Johnston.
Israel Arms Trade (Prohibition) Bill - 2nd reading Bans the trading of arms with Israel, among other things. Private members' bill presented by Richard Burgon.
Automated External Defibrillators (Public Access) Bill - 2nd reading Requires the installation of automated external defibrillators in public buildings, sports facilities, schools, higher education establishments, and facilities that provide care to vulnerable people. Private members' bill presented by Jim Shannon.
Employment and Trade Union Rights (Dismissal and Re-engagement) Bill - 2nd reading Bans "fire and rehire", where an employer dismisses an employee an rehires them on new, usually less favourable, terms. Private members' bill presented by Barry Gardiner.
Wellbeing of Future Generations (No. 2) Bill - 2nd reading Among other things: Requires a public consultation to inform a set of national wellbeing goals, and requires public bodies to act in pursuit of the UK's environmental, social, economic and cultural wellbeing by meeting wellbeing objectives. Private members' bill presented by Simon Fell.
Climate and Ecology Bill - 2nd reading Requires the prime minister to declare a climate emergency and commit to meeting certain targets. Requires the government to create a strategy for meeting those targets, with help from a citizens' assembly. Private members' bill presented by Caroline Lucas.
Public Advocate Bill - 2nd reading Creates the role of public advocate to give advice to families of people killed in major incidents. Seeks to avoid a repeat of the lengthy process after the Hillsborough disaster. Private members' bill presented by Maria Eagle. More information here.
BBC Licence Fee (Abolition) Bill - 2nd reading Abolishes the licence fee and makes the BBC a subscription service. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Homeless People (Current Accounts) Bill - 2nd reading Requires banks to provide current accounts for homeless people seeking work. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Electoral Candidates (Age) Bill - 2nd reading Changes the minimum age of candidates in parliamentary and local elections to age 18 on the day of the election. It's currently age 18 at time of nomination. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Leader of the House of Commons (Election) Bill - 2nd reading Requires MPs to elect the leader of the House of Commons. The prime minister may nominate someone who must be from the governing party. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Electoral Commission (Abolition) Bill - 2nd reading Abolishes the Electoral Commission. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Public Sector Website Impersonation Bill - 2nd reading Makes it an offence to impersonate a public-sector website for the purpose of collecting payment or personal data. Private members' bill presented by John Spellar.
General Election (Leaders’ Debates) Bill - 2nd reading Sets up a commission to make arrangements for debates between leaders of political parties during a General Election. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Hospitals (Parking Charges and Business Rates) Bill - 2nd reading Bans NHS hospitals from charging patients and visitors for car parking. Makes NHS hospitals exempt from business rates. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Voter Registration Bill - 2nd reading Bans people from registering to vote in parliamentary elections in more than one constituency. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Asylum Seekers (Return to Safe Countries) Bill - 2nd reading Requires asylum seekers who have arrived in the UK from a safe country to be returned immediately to that country. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Local Government (Disqualification) Bill - report stage and 3rd reading Closes a legal loophole to disqualify councillors from standing for office if they've been convicted of a child pornography offence, even if they haven't been jailed. Private members' bill presented by Paul Beresford.
Asylum Seekers (Accommodation Eviction Procedures) Bill - 2nd reading Allows asylum seekers to challenge a proposed eviction in an independent court or tribunal. Establishes asylum seeker accommodation eviction procedures for public authorities. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Disability Benefit Assessments (Recording) Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to allow Disability Benefit applicants to have their eligibility assessment recorded on audio. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Full Employment Bill - 2nd reading Requires the chancellor to pursue a policy of full employment (one definition is when there are more vacancies than people seeking jobs). Creates an employment guarantee scheme for benefit claimants who have been unemployed and looking for work for longer than six months. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Health and Safety at Work Bill - 2nd reading Amend the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 to make provision about civil liability for breaches of health and safety duties. More information not yet available. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Corporate Homicide Bill - 2nd reading Makes changes to the criminal offence of corporate homicide. More information not yet published. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Workers (Rights and Definition) Bill - 2nd reading Establishes a legal definition of employment, which includes zero-hours contracts and agency workers. The aim is to prevent abuse of people working under these arrangements. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Ambulance Waiting Times (Local Reporting) Bill - 2nd reading Requires ambulance services to provide more accessible and localised reports of ambulance response times. Private members' bill presented by Daisy Cooper.
Children’s Clothing (Value Added Tax) Bill - 2nd reading Extends the definition of children's clothing (including school uniforms) so more of it is VAT exempt. Currently clothes and shoes for "young children" are VAT exempt, but there is no legal definition of that term. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Caravan Site Licensing (Exemptions of Motor Homes) Bill - 2nd reading Exempts motor homes from caravan site licensing requirements. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Channel 4 (Privatisation) Bill - 2nd reading Privatises Channel 4. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
British Broadcasting Corporation (Privatisation) Bill - 2nd reading Privatises the BBC and distributes shares in the corporation to all licence fee payers. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Copyright (Rights and Remuneration of Musicians, Etc.) Bill - 2nd reading Aims to improve rights for musicians. Measures include splitting streaming revenues fairly between labels and artists (which is already the case for broadcast usage), as well as giving artists more information on the revenue generated by their work, and the ability to adjust existing contracts if the amount paid for work is found to be unfair. Private members' bill presented by Kevin Brennan.
Registers of Births and Deaths Bill - report stage and 3rd reading Introduces an electronic register for recording births and deaths. Currently they are also recorded on paper, and this bill removes that aspect. Private members' bill presented by Saqib Bhatti.
Illegal Immigration (Offences) Bill - 2nd reading Creates new offences for people who have entered the UK illegally, or have overstayed their visas. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
NHS England (Alternative Treatment) Bill - 2nd reading Entitles patients to non-NHS treatment if they have been on a waiting list for more than a year. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 (Amendment) Bill - 2nd reading Amends the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 to change the law around parliamentary scrutiny of lockdowns. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
BBC Licence Fee Non-Payment (Decriminalisation for Over-75s) Bill - 2nd reading Decriminalises non-payment of the licence fee by over-75s. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Caravan Sites Bill - 2nd reading Removes the requirement for planning permission when applying for a caravan site licence. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Green Belt (Protection) Bill - 2nd reading Establishes a national register of green belt land in England. Restricts the ability of local authorities to de-designate green belt land. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Public Sector Exit Payments (Limitation) Bill - 2nd reading Caps exit payments made to outgoing employees of public sector organisations. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Covid-19 Vaccine Damage Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to establish an independent review of disablement caused by Covid-19 vaccinations, and the adequacy of the compensation offered to the people affected. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
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2021.12.06 06:15 MicChiFRVR Build Contest #77 - Tales from The West ($500 Prize Pool)

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Hey everyone!
I'm proud to announce the seventy-seventh official building contest for Worlds FRVR. Before civilization had properly established itself, the west was a dangerous place populated by cowboys, outlaws and settlers trying to make a life for themselves. Train robberies, prison breaks, taming horses and exploring the wild west. Create your interpretation of the wild west!
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2021.12.06 06:15 aiming_forbetterlife MGT353

I am planning to take this course next semester, and can anyone share your experience with this course? It says recommended course is ECO220 and I didn’t enjoy that course that much. So, I wonder how related these two courses are. (I hope MGT353 is just a case-based class without the use of stata)
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2021.12.06 06:15 Ambitious_aydin7571 شما بودین کدوم رو انتخاب میکردین؟ labymod) (salwyrr))

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2021.12.06 06:15 AKenkuNamedKinko AR2700?

Howdy, spawns! Does anybody know what that area is about?
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2021.12.06 06:15 Imreallytired2301 No fap day 2 no urges or sexual desires

I would say this is kind of unusual for me because most flatlines hit a week after, what could be the reason for this happening too soon?
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2021.12.06 06:15 fnetv1 What is the Best Distribution that can be installed into a slow USB flash drive that is very conservative with write operations that at the same time will automatically recognize WiFi drivers on different hardware it is booted from?

I am up to a monumental task:
Goal: To make a friend of my family's friend's laptop whose hard drive recently crashed functional again by means of setting up a USB flash drive (that she has) with a linux distribution so that the laptop can boot from it in the mean while.
Specs of her laptop:
Dell latitude e6330 with Intel Core i5 i5-3320M CPU and 8 GB of RAM. No functional hard drive at the moment.
This person lives in the Dominican Republic and we won't be traveling there anytime soon to replace the hard drive, I want her to be able to do basic web surfing and write documents using LibreOffice Writer. For that, I came to the idea that Lubuntu 20.04 LTS might be of help here, considering that its a light weight distribution, properly recognizes WiFi adapters on different computers it is booted off (meaning, the user doesn't have to manually install things to get WiFi working again after trying it on a different computer or changing WiFi adapters which would be great, the more gets done automatically on her end, the better it is for her).
Fortunately, she has access to another computer that I can connect to using TeamViewer to program a USB flash drive she has with an installation of a Linux Distro that I will prepare over here before hand and then have her download a hard drive image of the installation that I will sequentially clone it to her USB flash drive (8 GB small initial volume), finally I will expand the 8 GB volume to take the rest of her USB flash drive's capacity (64 GB). (This work will be done remotely via TeamViewer after she downloads my prepared image disk file)
What I have done so far:
I setup a new Virtualbox VM instance with a 8 GB virtual hard drive, and then installed Lubuntu 20.04 LTS onto it taking the entirety of the 8 GB virtual hard drive in one single EXT4 partition. I did not created a swap partition as I can imagine it would be a terrible idea having swap being constantly written to a slow USB flash medium. I completed the setup process, with all user id and password for the user account, etc.
Once the installation finished, first thing I did was run sudo apt-get update to make sure all updates are installed, then I created a tmpfs 2 gb volume and mounted it to /tmp so that all writes happening to the temporary folders happens in a ram drive.
I also created a /tmp/chrome and /tmp/firefox directories and set it up that when the system reboots, it automatically recreate these directories (since its inside a ram drive I created earlier), and created a symbolic link to ~/.cache/google-chrome (so that Google Chrome's cache writes happens in the ram drive) and ~/.cache/mozilla/firefox so that the same could happen for Firefox's cache.
I also created a third folder /tmp/TeamViewer and also moved TeamViewer's cache to that folder by symlinking ~/.cache/TeamViewer that way, in the even I have to give her any remote technical assistance via TeamViewer when the computer is booted off her 64 GB USB flash drive, TeamViewer isn't creating many write sessions in the form of its cache directory.
After doing all of the above, I did a few restarts to make sure my changes where persistent, and they were and my setup was working properly, all web browser caches being written to /tmp/chrome and /tmp/firefox to ensure super fast web browsing experience when this setup gets imaged to a USB flash drive and the system booted off the slow USB flash drive.
I then proceeded to do the imaging exactly the same way I expect that I will do it when I do the TeamViewer session with the laptop's user. I intentionally picked the worse and slowest USB flash drive I have laying around (a 32 GB PNY USB 2.0 flash drive I have three of them unused still on its 5 multi pack original packaging) (with the assumption her 64 GB USB flash drive might be a slow one as well) and inserted it to my computer, and enabled it under VirtualBox. Then using GNU ddrescue I proceeded to clone the virtualbox hard drive onto the physical PNY 32 GB USB 2.0 flash drive:
sudo ddrescue /dev/sda /dev/sdb -r3 ./testing.log --force
after running that, the cloning process started. It finished 1 hour and 50 minutes later. Average write speed at 1012 KB/s (terrible, this should give you an idea how slow this USB flash drive is, again, this selection of USB flash drive was intentional as I can't imagine her 64 GB USB flash drive being any worse than this).
After the cloning operation completed, I ran gparted, and expanded the 8 GB ext4 partition to take the rest of the 32 GB capacity, once that was done, I proceeded to test my newly created bootable Lubuntu 20.04 LTS pre-setup USB
Results:
I used an HP Elitebook 8460p laptop with comparable specs to test my newly created imaged USB flash drive
I set the HP laptop to boot off the USB, and in deed, it booted, however it took a very long time to boot to desktop, MUCH longer than a much older Ubuntu 16.04 USB flash drive I use on my work bench for data recovery and hard drive cloning purposes that I prepared years ago, that one doesn't take longer than maybe 30 seconds to boot to the desktop but the 20.04 Lubuntu took like 2 minutes on the white "Lubuntu" spash screen" before the desktop's wall paper began to finally show, and then another minute before the desktop icons finally showed. To fire up Google Chrome took forever as well, another 1 to 2 minutes of wait time. This is obviously terrible as it is.
Obviously a setup like this would be completely unusable for her, even for just basic web surfing and word processing. Its obviously back to the drawing board, and I feel ALMOST tempted to just clone my existing much older Ubuntu 16.04 setup given that it performs ALOT much faster when booting that off another comparable slow USB flash drive, and the web browsers doesn't take forever to load either, but then Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is years old and it may or may not recognize her WiFi drivers.
So here I am, what distribution should I use that will behave a lot faster on a slow USB flash drive? One that's already pre-optimized to not write too many data constantly, and one where WiFi will work automatically when the laptop is booted off. Keep in mind that I will install this in a virtual environment first in order to customize it, and then all she will get is a hard drive image that I will remotely clone it to her USB flash drive, nothing will be installed in her end, she will see only the end result and WiFi should work automatically work.
The setup needs to pass my "Slow USB Test" so that I can feel confident its going to work alright with whatever quality USB thumb drive she happens to have. The only detail I have about her USB flash drive is, that its capacity is 64 GB and that she has never used it. Its casing is slightly oval, orange to red, unknown brand, so I can't google its specs to see how fast it is, so I must assume its as slow as my PNY 32 GB USB 2.0 test subject with a write throughput of slightly less than 1 MB/s.
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2021.12.06 06:15 _WhoisMrBilly_ President Andrew Deeks, UCD, has announced his resignation

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2021.12.06 06:15 _WiLd3R_99_ I may be depressed but i have playboy carti

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2021.12.06 06:15 PatricktheVieiraYep Those that did not start voting at the eligible age, do you vote now? What made you start voting/continue to refuse to vote?

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2021.12.06 06:15 konich7an These PL130 leechers are insane.

I just had a RTD game in venture where I went to the objective, built and upgraded everything except putting traps because I noticed this other player was just going around farming. I could’ve trapped myself but I instead went and asked hey could you help put down some traps please?
Guy went silence and kept farming its all good I waited there til 5 sec before balloon dropped(was thinking trap at the last second if he didn’t do anything) , and he came back literally shot down the balloon and shot some in my face too and just backed to farming….
I got a bit triggered left the thing untrapped and we ofc failed the mission, he then typed in chat and called me noob…. Please ffs I just sometimes wanna do public lobby and chill and this is all I get.
I admit I was a bit triggered and probably didn’t have to be, but i just have been spending a lot I mean a lot mats building and putting traps in pubs, I just hope I could have some help once when my mats are running low. For real tho, how can I report this player? It’s sad. I mean I’m sad.
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2021.12.06 06:15 Sumeribag Prove me if I am Wrong or Not

Ok , so in Battlefield 2042 WW3 is on action but wasn't this also in BF4? This should be World War 4...
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