2021.09.21 21:41 HayaiBushi The Crew 2 feature magazine - Issue 1 - "Mid Night Special"
2021.09.21 21:41 obviouspseudonym1 Stelara levels are fine, but I still have symptoms 2 weeks before injection?
This is really disheartening tbh. I’ve had a hunch for months that my stelara is wearing off 2 weeks early and I should do injections every 6 weeks instead of 8. So we finally got that lab test done and my levels were… great? Well above the therapeutic threshold. So now I’m wracking my brain trying to come up with any other reason I’d have breakthrough symptoms for those last 2 weeks if my levels are fine. I was counting on this test supporting my hunch because then it would have been an easy fix. But now…I feel like I’m second guessing myself? Should I just accept that this is the best it will be, or push more? This sucks 😔
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2021.09.21 21:41 Imatwatface How long do you spend commuting to your job?
2021.09.21 21:41 In_der_Tat 2016 Czech National Bank vice governor's speech excerpt on the monetary union
If I were to summarise the arguments against joining, be it on the side of the general public or professionals, they would be roughly threefold:Source
A. The first one is sentimental rather than economic. We have been living with our Czech koruna, or crown, for quite some time and our country has a long history of monetary stability and stabilisation. By the way, we have had the same name for our currency ever since 1892, from the times of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy (the crown is a monarchist name - what a paradox in our republic) and there has never been any reason to rename it. The old adage says: If it ain't broke, why fix it? If you have low and stable inflation on your own, you don't need any credibility for your currency from abroad.
B. The second argument is more economic. Money matters. And monetary stabilisation matters. If you have shocks in the economy, something has to move to offset the shock. Something has to be flexible. It is easier to accommodate shocks through flexible interest rates or a flexible exchange rate than through wages, unemployment or budget expenditure. We discussed yesterday how hard it can be if you don't have monetary policy to adjust to shocks. This is a classical argument of monetary economics for the active role of elastic money when you don't have flexible prices or wages. Simple as that. And as we can see, the shocks are pretty asymmetric among countries in the EU and the Eurozone. I believe in the stabilisation role of monetary policy and its ability to make cycles smoother and shallower. But you have to be prepared to use monetary policy. For instance, the population in my country is not happy with zero interest rates and the weaker crown, but we nonetheless believe it is one of the key reasons why we now have the lowest unemployment rate in the EU and increasing real wages.
C. The third reason is that some expectations regarding euro adoption were, to say the least, not fulfilled. The euro was supposed to help the Eurozone countries become richer and outperform those outside the Eurozone. As the data show, this has not been the case so far. My article for the forthcoming issue of the New Direction magazine calculates that on average the Eurozone countries grew by 1 percentage point less every year after the euro was established, compared to the countries staying outside. This is significant. Add to that the fact that many people realised during the crises that the euro project was probably not well prepared for bad times and that the Eurozone is now looking for new creditors rather than anything else, and you will understand the low attractiveness of the euro in the Czech Republic.
2021.09.21 21:41 NotPostingTill2033 NooOooOO
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2021.09.21 21:41 jpfashionstudio What Is a Fashion Flat Sketch? All You Need to Know!
2021.09.21 21:41 lss_bvt_ios_05 LssTest-TextPost-67844
2021.09.21 21:41 mil5ee Update to yesterday’s post: Would you be satisfied with the lines today? CD 35, unsure DPO. How long would you keep testing for? Yesterday’s on top, today’s on bottom
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2021.09.21 21:41 investing101 SALT New York 2021: Wences Casares And Peter Briger On The Macro Case For Bitcoin
2021.09.21 21:41 Pretty_Nitty Explainatory article on the Evergrande Crisis
2021.09.21 21:41 biggg___ I thought Lagos might be another profile created by Mikey (who remembers the Lola account?) but now I’m not sure…😧
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2021.09.21 21:41 lifeisssboringg Badminton intramurals?????
Is anyone looking for teammates for badminton intramurals? Also how do intramurals even work? I signed up as a free agent over a week ago and nothing happened.
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2021.09.21 21:41 joaofig Este domingo os Lusitanos jogam contra os Iberians outra vez, mas agora com transmissão da RTP2!!
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2021.09.21 21:41 abhi_eternal Xbox Wireless Headset vs Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones : Which one to get?
All this while, I've been patiently waiting for the Xbox headset to launch here in India but now I can't be sure that I will be able to buy one before it goes out of stock like magic (launch date was showing as 05/10/21 on Xbox website earlier but they don't have it now) whereas the Sony one is available right now. I know the it is like 3x the cost but I am getting a good deal.
My main reason to buy the Xbox headset was the wireless connectivity plus the ability to use both Xbox and phone together, whereas I am not even sure if the Sony one can connect via Bluetooth at all. Will a Bluetooth audio transmitter work if that's the case? How about the general quality otherwise?
I am super confused and will really appreciate some help in this matter. TIA.
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2021.09.21 21:41 raevnos Group portrait
2021.09.21 21:41 Excalibur_D2R Is vevodigital.com a legit place to buy windows 10 from?
2021.09.21 21:41 Two_Faced_Harvey SALE SALE SSSSAAAAAALLLLEEE
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2021.09.21 21:41 IKnowSoftware Hot black on black on black action with new Scotty Phantom X
2021.09.21 21:41 HammerofLevi I need the lyrics of She Swears Like a Sailor by The American Wake.
2021.09.21 21:41 teh_utyske Got an upgrade! Man, I love Anna Biller's films.
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2021.09.21 21:41 AmCnLin Pink QR Code 9/21
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2021.09.21 21:41 prawnbiryani 💗☁🍦🌸🧁🤍🦩
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2021.09.21 21:41 throwRA97328 How can I ask if something is a date?
I (20's F) have been frequently hanging out with a guy. We met platonically, and 80% of our hangouts are easy to classify as platonic. However, we have had some 1 on 1 planned events that have approached what some would consider dates.
The issue is, none of these things have been explicitly called dates, and while we have awesome chemistry in conversation neither of us seem to be touchy people so there's no real flirting or physical contact past friendly stuff.
He doesn't have many female friends so it's hard to gage whether or not something is a date.
We are going on a trip, just the two of us, and so I feel things have escalated to a point where I should just ask if it's 100% platonic or if this is a date.
However I normally have 0 tact and no idea how to broach this subject without making him uncomfortable. Am I dumb, and it's just as easy as saying "hey is this a date?"
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2021.09.21 21:41 No_You_Are_That Big water need big ice
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2021.09.21 21:41 Fickle_Arrival2419 DLS Logo interesting
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