1 point submitted 3 months agoSo I have a H115i (bought 1.5 years ago during the online sales of taobao so no receipt I guess) cooling an i5 6600K overclocked to 4.2 ish for a while now. I wake my computer up for it to work ok for a minute or two, then all of a sudden the fans seem to be running on max speed while the pump led has changed to colour that I set for when the CPU is hotter than 65 degrees celcius. Then the computer starts to lag and I try force shutting it down.
SHAPIRO: Puerto Ricans are trying to hold on to tradition. But three months after Maria, thousands of people are still without power. According to some estimates, more than a hundred thousand people have left for the mainland, and officials are still trying to figure out the death toll.
But on other days, he insisted, the water is safe to swim in and populated with crabs, fish, sea horses, turtles and other wildlife. His children grew up swimming in the bay and never got sick. He motioned to his grown son who was manning the food stand..
Now with this principle in mind, what are people? People are manifestations of intent. They manifestations of your own intent, when you want to look at manifestation from your own POV as the creator (as opposed to say as a consumer, which would require you to flip your perspective to that of an audience member somewhere). And we know intent parametrizes, structures, shapes, colors, organizes, and orchestrates experience.
I never bought tickets in advance. Up until 2003, I just went to any game, and always got in. In 1967 at a doubleheader with Minnesota, (this was the largest crowd ever in Fenway listed 35,469, but there were over 40,000 that night), between games my father said, “lets get tickets for the last game of the year, maybe it will mean something.” We sat in section one row 5 on the last game of the year.
They talk, laugh, braid each other’s hair. They come from different countries, speak different languages, but their bonding is thick and instant. A little girl sits in the middle of the group and it looks like she has many mothers. During the 1870s, power struggles between the rival valleys of Paro and Trongsa led to civil war in Bhutan, eventually leading to the ascendancy of Ugyen Wangchuck, the ponlop (governor) of Tongsa. From his power base in central Bhutan, Ugyen Wangchuck defeated his political enemies and united the country following several civil wars and rebellions in the period 1882 1907, an epochal year for the country, Ugyen Wangchuck was unanimously chosen as the hereditary king of the country by an assembly of leading Buddhist monks, government officials, and heads of important families. The British government promptly recognized the new monarchy, and in 1910 Bhutan signed a treaty which “let” Great Britain “guide” Bhutan’s foreign affairs.