I’m asking from all four part of vedas, was indra ever changed?
Back in March a friend of mine reached out to me for graphic design work for a crowdfunded project him and a small team were working on. Because I had worked with him in the past on some projects I was eager to help out. A fe…
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In D&D 5e “Surprise” is a condition that can affect a creature during the first round of combat, only until the end of their turn:
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Currently, I am living in Germany, and I have an old friend (he was my neighbor also in country of origin) who moved here a few months ago, and by luck, he is living now not far from my home.
Generally, I like to help people…
When importing CMYK images into Assets the colour of the image can be shifted dramatically. Often giving a washed out look.
How can I prevent this and ensure the image colours are as accurate as possible?
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My friend and I went to a nice restaurant the other night (about $20 per entree). It was busy and we had to wait a good 15 minutes and there were people waiting behind us as well.
The host took us to our table but it turned out to be right next to the bathrooms and I really don’t like that so I asked if we could get a different table but was told no because the restaurant was full, and the host was not very nice about it either, which was kind of embarrassing to me.
I thought about asking if we could get back in line and wait for a better table but I couldn’t come up with the words to do so, and being turned down for that as well would have made the situation much worse and I’m not sure if they have a procedure for that and the whole procedure would be awkward as well. I didn’t want to disrupt our evening so we just sat down and had the meal.
I really didn’t enjoy the dining experience as people kept walking right next to our table going in and out and we could hear flushing noises and it was just uncomfortable. I was kind of annoyed to have paid so much (bill came to $70 after everything) for such a poor experience.
At the same time I understand that under the circumstances the restaurant is not to blame. But then why did they put a table there to begin with? I doubt anyone seated at that table enjoys their experience.
So what else can you so in that situation?
Me and a friend were havong a discussion about this and came up with this question. They both pay good and do alot of entertainment. Which one would you choose and why
According to the wiki of the dream argument, “the act of dreaming provides preliminary evidence that the senses we trust to distinguish reality from illusion should not be fully trusted, and therefore, any state that is depen…