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Moderator of r/science, speaking officially1 point · 1 day ago

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We absolutely NUS not give up.

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That's terrible Iz a yaki one.

72 points · 2 days ago

You must be making a Profit from it!

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We're running out of names and this is going to start Kariv-ing off course

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The answer is kind of. Religion research doesn't normally compare religions (although some does, I think Adam Cohen did a few interesting studies) but instead looks at an individuals relationship with their beliefs. This comes in 3 broad categories - motivation to believe (intrinsic vs extrinsic), how they perceive God (loving vs punishing) or how they use their beliefs (like coping). There's a very well established literature on how individuals use religious coping in healthy and unhealthy ways and what those outcomes look like. I'm sure the extent to which people engage in those healthy or unhealthy coping styles varies by type of religion but I'm not sure of work doing it. If you want to look yourself, I'd start with Kenneth Pargaments work someone may have done it with his scale.

1 point · 15 days ago · edited 15 days ago

If you used the LESO data and I’m guessing the FBI data (I just woke up and haven’t had time to download, will do), you could have easily lagged, no? I did a similar study looking at assaults against police published in a much lower quality journal, and the timeframe of the data you can play with is large enough to lag it.

Checked your references. https://doi.org/10.1515/peps-2017-0016

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Original Poster1 point · 15 days ago

(not my study)

¯_(ツ)_/¯ ah, my bad!

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Original Poster1 point · 15 days ago

All good!

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Is Custa likely to play Mercy since it's his normal OWL hero or are you likely to put him on Zen since it's a more impactful role?

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Moderator of r/science, speaking officially1 point · 26 days ago

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50 points · 26 days ago

Me too, as an offtank it can be hard seeing the whole picture during a fight but my comms are reliable although there's so much that I could improve on yet I don't know where to find any tips or help with it

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Original Poster69 points · 26 days ago

I recommend watching Space on stream. He's as good as they get as an off-tank and a really good communicator.

On Oversight there was talk of benching Agilities, even trading him for someone else.

Kid is only 18, and playing the best OW of his life right now. He's improved so damn much. You'd be nuts to let all of that go.

This win really showed how Valiant's improved. Keeping composure, coming back and winning against one of London's best games yet this stage was huge. Fate is a damn savage on Rein. Love love love this team.

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Fantasy draft - you can pick any players in the league to start a team, I think you take Agilities top 5 DPS. This meta rewards flexibility and he's probably the best pharah in the league as well as have top flight hanzo, genji, junkrat and a really solid brig. There aren't many people who give you more.

Just to offer a counterpoint, what about architect? He seems to offer a very similar hero pool plus widow. Eqo should be in the conversation too, I think Philly would be in a much better spot right now if he hadn’t injured his wrist.

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Both definitely up there

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Original Poster107 points · 1 month ago

Custa has quietly become quite aggressive with his valkyries, often using it to hunt down widowmakers.

I tried to vote from Australia and it wouldn't submit.

I think a lot of the "trolling" is people expecting nyxl to stomp and not. NYXL play cocky. It's part of their playstyle.

Monte was driving me up the wall constantly talking about NYXL playing for nothing. They still want to win the stage.

You don't have to find a reason why every single Valiant win "doesn't count". 6 and 0 is 6 and 0.

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