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2021.09.17 18:50 locusvridc CL - SPICY [dance] (2021)
2021.09.17 18:50 Eejus Anybody else wish you gathered wood before update?
I'm actually portaling wood atm because chopping wood and fighting enemies with limited 50ish stamina seems impossible, anywhere outside of Meadows and Black Forest. Even chopping wood in Blackforest during night seems crazy.
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2021.09.17 18:50 taway101181 Is it better to pay off full balance of a low loan amount or pay towards a loan with higher interest?
Since starting a great new job recently, I've been preparing myself to start working on paying off my law school loans. I have saved up plenty of capital now where I could pay off in full one of my loans that's relatively low, somewhere around the $2000 mark. It has low interest mind you. However, I have much higher balance loans with higher interest rates. Would it be better for me to pay off the low interest low balance loan in full or consider putting significant capital towards my higher interest loans that I can't pay off at the moment in full?
Thanks for the input/advice in advance.
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2021.09.17 18:50 JGloger Various Musings on my collection (Part II of my collection post)
CONTINUATION FROM MY COLLECTION POST HERE
"TOP X" LISTS & OTHER COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Top 3 Brands:
Top X Favorite Perfumes
- If I had to pick ONE brand from which to build a complete, versatile collection, it would be this one, hands down. Teone has a huge lineup of offerings with something for every taste, and her blending/compositional skill is second to none. I swear she employs some kind of witchcraft somehow. Somehow, she still manages to offer some of the best value in perfumery. She could easily justify charging 1.5-2 times what she does now, and it would still be a better value than the majority of what's out there (Teone, on the off chance that you read this, please don't do this; my bank account hates me enough already). To top it all off, she is one of the kindest, most generous, and most genuine people I've ever had the pleasure of interacting with.
- Di Ser
- These really fit the introspective, almost meditative feeling that at times can be exactly what I want out of a perfume. Once again, immense compositional skill, and incredibly fair pricing. The fact that something like Akanesasu only cost $100 is insane. Yes, I know $100 isn't necessarily "cheap" for a 33ml, but for the quality of ingredients and composition you're getting, it's a bargain.
- (???) Probably a multi-way tie for 3rd including Elixir Attar, St. Clair, Bortnikoff, and probably 1-2 more that I'm forgetting. Aftelier and Pomares Stolen Perfumes are strong contenders for a 'Top X' list but I need to spend more time with these houses.
- Honestly this is always pretty difficult to answer. My collection has gone through a couple recent bulking/cutting cycles, teach time narrowing in on the ones I really truly love, so this makes it even more difficult. My most recent answer from the thread last weekend that asked "keep only 6 perfumes" was the following:
- Di Ser - Kurokami
- Elixir Attar - Al Ghaliya Bulgare Fleuri Et Animalique
- St. Clair Scents - Casablanca
- TRNP - Embers
- TRNP - Garden of Pleasures
- TRNP - Lemon Blossom
If I were to round this out to a top 10, it would be something like the following. Top 10 as of 9/16/2021 (in
no specific alphabetical order, and subject to change without notice) Unique, or maybe even 'odd' -
some that stand out as unique after trying hundreds of fragrances. These aren't necessarily my favorites in any specific category, or even something I decided to buy, but they're different enough to comment on.
Top 3 on my To-Buy List
- Berceuse - Allegretto 7.2. Mint, smoke, lavender, vetiver. I don't think I've come across anything like this before. The nose behind this one is Antonio Gardoni of Bogue, so I probably shouldn't be too surprised to see something innovative.
- Chatillon Lux - Weinstrasse. This isn't really 'weird' in any way, as it's basically just a take on a fougere with the inclusion of grapes. However, it always stands out to me as the perfume that brings back the most specific scent memory. Every time I wear this I'm instantly transported back to a trip I took with friends and my girlfriend (now my wife) to wine country in Northern California. I'm back walking through a sunlit vineyard having a nice relaxing weekend with some of my favorite people.
- Chris Rusak - After Every Ounce of Joy (Leaves My Body). Conceptually inspired by a mental health crisis, this features a studio tinctured pinyon pine resin with notes likes melting vinyl, burning plexiglass, rubber, sweat, and gasoline. It somehow all works wonderfully together.
- Frassai - Tiesenddu. A gourmand but not really a gourmand in the sense that I've come to expect? Some kind of spiced baked good wrapped in leather, with orange and booze thrown in for good measure.
- January Scent Project - Burvuvu. Cedar, rose, and.. mushroom? To me this is probably the most wearable of the January Scent Project perfumes I've tried. I love that John Biebel is so willing to think outside the box, and I appreciate the artistry of his work, but a lot of it just isn't' for me. This one, I love. It's a forest with all the life and decay that comes along with it. And there's something in here that just makes me want a nice glass of dry pinot noir, but who needs an excuse for that.
- Olympic Orchids - Kilauea & Night Flyer. Kilauea has a really interesting lava accord. It's like florals being tossed into a volcano. It's tangentially like an easier-to-wear Zoologist T-Rex. Speaking of which, Night Flyer is basically Dr Covey's formula for the original Zoologist Bat (which she composed). Earthy with overripe fruit. Very unique but still wearable.
- Most stuff by Prin Lomros. He has a few lines: Strangers (entry line, easier to wear, but less interesting to me. Also, cheaper, and the ingredients are noticeably lower quality), Prin, and Prissana. He has a very unique style and is worth looking into. If you want something unique, check out Haxan or Mriga, maybe?
- Rogue Perfumery - Mousse Illuminee. Moss. Lots of moss. Along with florals, artemisia, cypress, and more moss. This is a green, herbal, bitter, camphoric, mentholated kick right in the nose. And I love it.
- Zoologist - Most of them. I worked my way through the whole sample set around a year ago and it was a fun experience. Most of them weren't for me, but I appreciated the adherence to the theme and the artistic approach.
Perfume Houses I'm Planning to Explore
- TRNP - Jasmine Yuzu. Tart yuzu, several kinds of jasmine, and dry earthy petrichor from vetiver, mitti attar, oak moss.
- Di Ser - Kagiroi. Citrusy, woody, herbal. A handful of ingredients that you don't often see.
- Pomares Stolen Perfumes - Piano Tuner. Whiskey, cognac, redwoods with vanilla and labdanum. Probably going to wait for the 2021 varietal, as the 2020 is a bit smokier than I'd prefer because of all the wildfires in California recently. Rachel's perfumes are actually a great example of the complexity of natural ingredients. She labels her fragrances as vintages (interesting fact: she previously worked as a sommelier) because natural ingredients can vary so much from year to year.
- Honorable mentions if cost weren't a consideration:
- Antique Ambergris (solid perfume) and Parfum Prive from Aftelier. These are both incredibly lovely. Longevity on Parfum Prive is on the shorter side, even for naturals. They're also both exorbitantly expensive, each running in the vicinity of $400 for 8ml.\
- Pineward Perfumes
- Providence Perfume
- An all-natural independent perfume house out of Providence, Rhode Island. The only one I've tried so far is Heart of Darkness, which was great. I couldn't do a better job of describing this one than Eve_of_The_End did in their post here.
- Sultan Pasha Attars
- I've really enjoyed my foray into attars with Mellifluence, Elixir Attar. I've heard nothing but great things about his work, and he has a relatively affordable (as far as attar pricing goes, anyway) sample set that allows one to try a large portion of his catalogue.
- Sample, sample, sample.
- When possible, try to sample first and avoid blind buying. I do occasionally make exceptions when it's from a perfumer that I'm intimately familiar with, and I have a pretty good idea of how he or she will handle certain notes, but even then it's not a guaranteed thing. I've gotten much better about this over the last year, but sometimes it's tough with the really limited release stuff that's hard to sample and come to a decision before stock has dried up (looking at you, Areej le Dore and Auphorie...)
- Bottle Sizing.
- As someone with a larger collection, I really don't see the need for larger sizes (100ml and up). I'm currently sitting somewhere around 60-70 bottles, and I think the 15-30ml range is perfect. Exceptions would be in the event of something being discontinued that you always want available, or a 'signature scent' type scenario where you're wearing the same thing multiple times each week. Or if you plan on selling decants, I suppose.
- Don't fall for the hype.
- Perfume is a highly subjective hobby. Sure, some things may be popular for good reason, but just because a lot of other people like it, it doesn't guarantee that you will. Most of all, don't feel bad because you don't like something 'popular.' I saw a recent post from someone who liked Mont Blanc Explorer more than Aventus. If you ask me, that's awesome. That person just saved themselves a couple hundred bucks, or whatever Aventus is going for these days. I remember trying Aventus at one point when I was getting into niche, and it was.... fine? I saw the appeal, but it just wasn't for me, and there's nothing wrong with that. This ties in with the previous point. Sample!!!
- Don't get too caught up in wearing the "correct" perfume for the occasion.
- Sure, some perfumes are maybe better suited to cooler or warmer weather, or some may be better than others for office wear, but for the most part you can wear anything anytime anywhere as long as you're cognizant of application. I've worn really sweet scents in the summer (1 light spray under shirt), animalic ouds to work (once again, light application; this is probably a bit easier now that everyone is wearing masks), and light citrus perfume in cooler months (feel free to go a bit crazier on sprays). It's all situational. Going even further, there's no such thing as something that's ONLY a clubbing scent, or a scent for Zoom meetings, or for a Wednesday afternoon trip to the farmer's market, or a trip to pick up a vegan, gluten free pizza to bring home for dinner to have a night in with your kids to watch Doc McStuffins (okay, for that occasion you most definitely wear whatever your kids pick for you.) YOU DO YOU, boo.
- "Can a Man/Woman Wear _________"
- Yes. Wear what you like. I absolutely love floral perfumes, and I wear a handful that may be marketed as or considered to be more 'feminine' leaning. I've not once ever had anyone comment or ask me about whether I'm wearing a "women's perfume." Last I checked, flowers, fruits, etc don't have penises or vaginas. Women don't have a monopoly on smelling like things that are traditionally considered pretty, just as men don't have a monopoly on smelling like... whatever it is "traditional" men's perfumes smell like. Barbershops? Gasoline? Fishing? Ice Road Trucking? What do patriarchy and poor anger management smell like?? 🤷♂️
- Don't be an asshole.
- People like what they like. No need to look down on people who like something different or "not as good" as what you like. Do I think that the all-natural, sustainable ingredients harvested by free range happy penguins who are paid living wages and provided with healthcare lead to better smelling perfumes than the newest Chanel flanker, Allure Homme Cool Sport Menthol Extreme 2021 Winter Olympics Special Eucalyptus Freeze Extra Cold Frostbite Edition? Sure I do. But if someone likes that one better, it's no skin off my back. In the end, we're all in this to enjoy arguably overpriced nice smelling alcohol water.
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2021.09.17 18:50 Mugrito666 The Hunter and their hunting partners! [Official Monster Hunter Rise Illustration]
2021.09.17 18:49 Nice-Pause-07-08 10 min Beautiful Relaxing Meditation Music, Relax Mind body ;Music to Study , Sleep
2021.09.17 18:49 seamonkeyonland 210917 YouTube - Friday night🌕
2021.09.17 18:49 Short-Philosopher335 My mind is twisted now, i'm seeing it everywhere...
2021.09.17 18:49 The-Mandalorian Is Seinfeld on Netflix going to be in 4K? If so, what about the aspect ratio?
I don’t see that many people talking about this. Any article I read suggests Seinfeld will be in 4K on Netflix, but the trailers Netflix is dropping are only in 1080p. Plus you would think Netflix would be making a bigger deal out of an exclusive 4K remaster right?
And the aspect ratio is another question, if the trailers are still what we should go off of them it seems they are still in 16:9 cropped.
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2021.09.17 18:49 Kai_151 Prestigious Scholarships that would look good on a Transfer App?
Preferably any available to a 4-year college?
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2021.09.17 18:49 FortressofRain If the technology existed to allow a fetus to survive and grow outside the womb, would the entire pro-choice arguement fall apart?
I mean the arguement follows that a fetus isn't a life becuase it can't survive outside of the womb. But what if we could safely remove the fetus and allow it to continue to grow to it's full potential with no harm to the mother? Would the entire pro-choice, my body my choice arguement fall apart? Would it justify forcing a woman to then become responsible for the child, even if unwanted, like a man is forced to take responsibility currently with no say in the matter? Would both parents have to pay the state child support? I mean wouldn't that truly be "equality"? Would both parent's consent be required to terminate the fetus?
Would this be a reasonable compromise for both sides, pro-choice and pro-life?
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2021.09.17 18:49 Intelligent_Mood_272 Snuggs hates car rides..
2021.09.17 18:49 HandsomestBoy Finding Bigfoot Survival 4 v 1 Gameplay!
2021.09.17 18:49 MankindsMistake Neil the box tank locomotive
2021.09.17 18:49 anonymous-shad0w MS Patients Show Robust T-Cell Response to mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines
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2021.09.17 18:49 Trick_Ad_4113 Selling my UVA ticket
i cant go to the game anymore so dm if u want to get it
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2021.09.17 18:49 2spuki Mt Chiliad - Homer's Iliad?
Anyone on here explore this yet?
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2021.09.17 18:49 anonymous-shad0w Same-Day Discharge Feasible for Some Higher-Risk Arthroplasty Patients
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2021.09.17 18:49 DaShata Major Firefox bug with download/uploads?
Noticing something very strange with Firefox. When I am downloading a game from Steam with Firefox not open, I get my full 350 mbps download speeds.
Once I open up Firefox to just the home page/1 tab, my download speeds on Steam get cut down to around 225 mbps. Once I close out Firefox my download speeds go straight back up to max. This also happens too in Battle.net launcher, etc
I am noticing that Firefox affects my ping too. In CS GO and games as well. Closing out Firefox immediately drops my ping about 10 ms.
Windows Task Manager shows Firefox only using about 0.2 mbps in the background the whole time.
I am on a fresh W10 installation on latest version, with latest fresh Firefox
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2021.09.17 18:49 mema0329 WTH?
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2021.09.17 18:49 IrishSurferPunk People Who Ordered Broncos Are Getting Screwed by Last-Minute Delivery Markups
2021.09.17 18:49 dimifri Can I get some internet points?
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2021.09.17 18:49 NoToNope Let Them Breathe bitches (and KUSI) butthurt that Elder lost the election
2021.09.17 18:49 anonymous-shad0w Statins ID'd as Potential Therapy for Ulcerative Colitis
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