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It increases every month since my savings is gradually increasing, last month was $48.92. Although I will be spending upwards to half my current savings on getting a car next year, instead of a trip overseas I might just do a road trip.
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Pay it off now. Don't sleep on c card payments. Keep your credit score pristine you goof
I'm OK. About to sleep. 
I played yellow but got bored so didn't beat it out. I also had a pokex count of 13# before i got to the elite 4 and tried to raise all of them equally instead of having 8 of 9 strong pokes. As a result, i was under leveled. I also saw the ending because my younger bro also played and beat it on emulator so i just stopped playing. There was no point. I never played anything beyond gen 1. I learnt 151 creatures. There is almost a thousand now. They need to nuke the poke-earth and start over with less than 200. 
Don't hit the kangaroos on your drives
ZSNES is a Super Nintendo emulator programmed by zsKnight and _Demo_. On April 2, 2001 the ZSNES project was GPL'ed and its source released to the public. It currently runs on Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, and DOS. Remember that this is a public beta so don't expect this to run on your machine.
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How the hell did I do that?!
I applied for the student card and it appears that I got one of the best credit cards you can get.....
Yeah, yeah, I'm super paranoid about credit cards and my credit score... I'm not terribly happy since they dinged my credit score hard when capital one saw if I qualified....
I played Pokemon red for like... 10yrs...
Super Mario Land 2 is a wonderful game tho. Highly recommend
I had over 60 pokemon i trained up. But because exp was split among that many, i couldn't beat lance. 
Didn't want to grind so i dropped it. 
I played Mario land. But not the 2nd one. Didn't own it though. A cousin lent my older bro it so we took turns playing it. 
Play tales of the abyss if you get your hand on a good ps2 emulator
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I've vacationed in Maine. It isn't what it used to be. Maine has too many ワンワンs now. It's also pretty ugly most of the year.
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Even the smaller towns are pretty bad.
I like the cold, but I also like the sun. The main issue with the ugliness is that its often very grey and the plants are dead. The ground is also often wet and muddy. SC and NC seem like better options, but then you have to deal with the darkies.
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There's Shiba's in Peru and Rhode Island. Which is convenient since you live close to Rhode Island.
Wyoming is a giant shithole that people put a lot. I mean A LOT of some weird romantic and possibly nostalgic idea about. Much like Colorado. The problem. Most of the midwest states is dirt poor with the exception of maybe Utah. If you go to Wyoming or Colorado everything is extremely run down. It's extremely long distances to get places, drugs are extremely bad up there, and the towns are absolutely deserted when winter comes. In Colorado you have Boulder... Which is expensive and run down. If you go to the midwest. Go to Montana. Go only to Montana and visit it. Don't go to the other states unless you go to the parks.
Who'd that be?
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I've lived somewhere that got that cold in the winter. I actually liked living there. But nosehairs freezing, eye moisture turning to ice bothered me until i got used to it and would walk around without shoes or socks. You get used to it but then when you go anywhere normal, you're always hot.
It was beautiful and the extreme angles of sunlight created some interesting lighting. I lived in a highrise building, which was really cozy.
One nice thing was it was too cold to snow most of the year, but the snow never melted. so it stayed pristine for longer and wouldnt turn into brown slush like many other places.
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Numpy is a library for Python, adding support for large, multi-dimensional arrays and matrices, along with a large collection of high-level mathematical functions to operate on these arrays. 
 Pandas is a library for data manipulation and analysis; it is built on top of numpy.
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I don't know what that image is from. Just reminds me of where I lived, which was far upstate NY and had a weird weather anomaly because of a large lake, it had some wind effect that dropped the temperature by many degrees.
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> Chemical Engineering that high
> Chemical engineer with a general studies
Ask ChatGPT what the probability of a general studies major getting a chemical engineer job among the US population is. I want to see it beat around the bush.

To determine the probability of a General Studies major securing a chemical engineering job in the United States, several factors and data points need to be considered. However, as of my last training data in April 2023, I don't have access to specific, real-time employment statistics. Instead, I can outline the factors that would influence this probability:

    Educational Requirements: Chemical engineering positions typically require a degree in chemical engineering or a closely related field. This is due to the specialized knowledge and skills required in the field. A General Studies degree may not provide the necessary technical background.

    Job Market Dynamics: The demand for chemical engineers in the job market and the number of available positions would influence the likelihood of any applicant, regardless of their degree, getting a job in the field.

    Transferable Skills: If a General Studies major has acquired relevant skills through other means, such as self-study, internships, or related work experience, this could increase their chances.

    Further Education or Training: If someone with a General Studies degree pursued additional education or certifications in chemical engineering or a related field, this would significantly improve their chances.

    Networking and Individual Effort: Sometimes, job opportunities can arise through networking, internships, or demonstrating exceptional skill or interest in the field, regardless of one's formal educational background.

    Statistical Data and Trends: Actual data on the number of General Studies majors who have successfully transitioned into chemical engineering roles would be essential to calculate a precise probability.

Given these factors, while it's theoretically possible for a General Studies major to secure a chemical engineering job, the probability is likely quite low without additional education or significant related experience. For a more accurate and current assessment, specific labor market data and studies would be required.
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What would that even look like?
Can you do that?  What would it be, like a muffin shell with a cupcake in the middle?
GPT, write me instructions on how to make a muffcake.
My Dear Child,

You were made in My image. "So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them" (Genesis 1:27).*