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#20 ESEA-IM S22 Happenings/Predictions in TF2 General Discussion

round 3

posted about 3 years ago
#52 ESEA-IM S21 Grand Finals: dog1 vs. eL cLaSsIcO in Events


posted about 3 years ago
#50 ESEA-IM S21 Grand Finals: dog1 vs. eL cLaSsIcO in Events


posted about 3 years ago
#46 ESEA-IM S21 Grand Finals: dog1 vs. eL cLaSsIcO in Events


posted about 3 years ago
#362 Watch: College Kids idea of identity in The Dumpster

Abandon this thread, all ye who enter here!

posted about 3 years ago
#43 Happy 420 in Off Topic


posted about 3 years ago
#61 Watch: College Kids idea of identity in The Dumpster
hooliPersons with transsexualism, after sex reassignment, have considerably higher risks for mortality, suicidal behaviour, and psychiatric morbidity than the general population. Our findings suggest that sex reassignment, although alleviating gender dysphoria, may not suffice as treatment for transsexualism, and should inspire improved psychiatric and somatic care after sex reassignment for this patient group.

There was an excellent response to pimozide 2 mg daily, with a cessation of both cross-dressing and the wish for sex reassignment. When, after 1 year, the dose was reduced to 1 mg daily, there was a rapid return of the cross-dressing and the wish for sex reassignment. An increase in the dose again led to a remission which has been maintained since then.
Pharmacotherapy with pimozide should be considered in cases of doubtful gender dysphoria.

Transgendered persons have a higher rate of mortality, suicidal behavior, and depression before (if) they get gender reassignment surgery too. You might be surprised to find that being told you are wrong about your own gender your whole life isn't really the most joyful way to be raised. Correlation =/= Causation, this specific instance

dollarlayer please read your post wherein you compared redefining a medical condition to calling an apple a bananna again aloud to yourself. If you don't realize how incredibly poor that analogical reasoning is then I really think you are beyond saving.

posted about 3 years ago
#30 Blues lft in Recruitment (looking for team)

Has a lot of potential, also a friendly person.

posted about 3 years ago
#126 Huds you would like to see updated in Customization
VintyDeliHud normal version


If you would do a delihud central version I'd be forever grateful.

posted about 3 years ago
#14 fuzion lft scout IM in Recruitment (looking for team)

Extreme untapped potential

posted about 3 years ago
#69 Spades LFT in Recruitment (looking for team)

Nice guy, wants to improve. Little more you could ask for imo.

posted about 3 years ago
#5 Bierzerkers in Other Games

i need to dl this

posted about 3 years ago
#15 Maybe the longest legit airpogo ever recorded in Videos
SegnoYou really start appreciating the difficulty more when you dismiss this as easy and try it yourself and fail super hard

who would dismiss this as easy this is absurdly difficult and looks that way too

posted about 3 years ago
#383 Donald Trump in World Events

I think the argument that Bernie supporters will not vote for Clinton if she is the eventual nominee appears quickly to be an unsound one if you have any familiarity with American politics.

Consider possible general election contests under this category:

Clinton v Trump
Clinton v Cruz*
Clinton v Rubio*

Bernie's support is highly concentrated among young, white, and educated voters (http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/why-young-democrats-love-bernie-sanders/). This voting demographic typically self identifies as very liberal, and in all three of these contests Clinton is obviously the choice more in line with their views. Bernie's attacks on Trump have made some of the most popular speeches so far in the Sanders campaign. Moreover I'd expect Bernie to endorse and speak in support of Clinton if he loses the primary contest.

Its likely these demographics will have a lower turnout in support of Hillary relative than what they would do for Bernie, but its also highly improbable that anything more than a miniscule percentage of these voters would defect to trump.

Thinking of it as Democrats and Republicans really oversimplifies the issue and if you live in America and pay attention to politics this is pretty obvious to see.

*Of course Trump is favored now and I admit seems to be the probable nominee, but the other two candidates aren't utterly out of the picture yet.

posted about 3 years ago
#367 Donald Trump in World Events

I think Europeans are more wary of fascism since it found fertile ground there in relatively recent history.

I think it's right to be afraid of fascism.

I think that Clinton has policies which I can reason about and evaluate while Trump bends whatever direction the wind blows in the state hes currently running in. Moreover Trump seems to be a sociopath, a racist, and a misogynist. Worse than this possibility is the possibility that he is just a sociopath who is willing to support those views so long as they garner him votes.

I think Sanders has some really good ideas when it comes to what would be the best policies for America, but that nothing he wants to do is possible without a large democratic majority in the house and the senate (possible, seems improbable at this juncture).

posted about 3 years ago
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