ATF Proposed Rule/ Worksheet 4999

2022.01.23 23:54 krypto272 ATF Proposed Rule/ Worksheet 4999

Hello everyone,
Looking to build an AR-15 pistol here in the next few weeks and am trying to figure out where the proposed "ruling" by the ATF stands? From what I can tell it is still in review and has not been enacted yet. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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2022.01.23 23:54 Volksmobile Its so sad that Pheonix SC died of Frogma...

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2022.01.23 23:54 Positive-Freedom Got the heirloom finally! Bought packs with the rest of the BP AC I had and there they were.

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2022.01.23 23:54 KhepraVIII Another level...

This is what it looks like, boys. Take notes. I hope Mark Davis is.
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2022.01.23 23:54 a-great-hunger Why are starches recommended as a primary calorie source on a WFPB diet over pulses and legumes?

Aside from being good for you. I generally like beans and lentils more than rice, and the additional protein seems to help with satiety. I like potatoes well enough, but I'm curious as to the reasoning.
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2022.01.23 23:54 Ethan_Blank687 Uhghuhhuhghuhghuhgh

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2022.01.23 23:54 oXASTONXo Having a loving partner is much better then sleeping around with multiple people.

In the modern day its almost looked down upon if you've only slept with a few people, but if those have been loving relationships then its much more pleasurable and fufuling then sleeping with 20+ people with no emotional connection.
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2022.01.23 23:54 mofukkinbreadcrumbz Cybersecurity and International Development

Hi all,
I am looking for a bit of a career change. I am currently a computer science teacher, teaching computer science. I enjoy teaching for the most part, but I feel like I need a change of scenery. I saw a news report on Tonga and wondered to myself, "someone has to help those people, how do I become one of those people?"
I'm looking at enrolling in a Masters in the fall. I've narrowed it down to ID or Cybersecurity. After doing some reading here it seems like a degree in ID is not the greatest choice, and having a degree and experience in some other area are more valuable than a degree specifically in ID. My undergrad was in communications and political science.
I'm thinking cybersecurity would be something that might be valuable to help bring countries back online after natural disasters or attacks. I'm looking for thoughts on this.

The other piece is that I'm married. My wife is a nurse with 8 years of experience in a hospital setting in every area of her hospital except the ICU. She is also interested in ID. I know there is regularly need for nurses in areas that just suffered a natural disaster or attack.
Is this something that couples can do outside of the Peace Corps or is this just a pipe dream for us and I should figure something else out?
Thank you.
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2022.01.23 23:54 Suhiie_ H Y D R A Z I N E

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2022.01.23 23:54 TuxedoOP question for upcoming OT event

does bronze method for FF work also for OT?
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2022.01.23 23:54 Elfy_zzz Any veteran HEROS duelistwanna help out a less experienced duelist?

Currently gold with my HEROS build and against my friend and sometimes others I struggle against players with multiple negates. Any help or tips? Or do I have to just pick up a similar deck. Would love tk get better in YGO any way possible and would love a mentosomeone to teach me and play with as we go along. Appreciate the help! And thanx!
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2022.01.23 23:54 zhouse_org VA-Underground_Flow_Vol_1-(CFLOWUF01)-WEB-2022-BABAS / ZHouse

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2022.01.23 23:54 ClassicSuspicious968 Maybe Judy Isn't So Bad, Yeah?

Obligatory Warning: Spoilers For ... A Bunch Of Stuff (please avoid if you are spoiler averse, new to the show, and haven't seen the full run at least once - very minor spoilers for the books also present - and possibly even a bit of Inland Empire and Mulholland Drive)
I am sure I'm not the only one who subscribes to this reading, and perhaps it's already been posted on here, or a similar community space, in the past. But I figured I'd share my version of it anyway, since it's a bit of a weirder and more abstract take on the whole Judy thing that I just don't see discussed as often.
Mostly, Judy has been conflated with the Mother / Experiment / Experiment Model figure in parts 1, 3, and 8 of Season 3, and has been suggested to be embodied in, or possessing, Sarah Palmer (Mark Frost seems to like this theory, and strongly suggests that Sarah is in fact the unfortunate bug-swallowing girl from Part 8, and that her middle name is, in fact, Judith). I don't necessarily think the above are incorrect, or, rather, I don't think they are incompatible with my own reading. In fact, the Sarah thing was what initially led me down this path.
To sum it up before getting into some textual bits and bobs, I personally don't think Judy is the "Big Bad" at all, not in the conventional sense. I don't think she is evil. Perhaps just a bit ... misunderstood, and occasionally prone to lashing out in a manner that is destructive and harmful. Ultimately, I posit that if Bob is "the evil that men do" then Judy is the "pain that women endure."
In other words, Judy is the scream at the end of Season 3.
Okay, bear with me. Let me lay it out as concisely as an absolute nut like myself can possibly manage. Judy's direct presence in the show is, as we all know, pretty limited, with relatively few brief but notable mentions:
- Molly Shannon's character is named Judy Swain. Probably unrelated, though she does serve as a caregiver figure to Little Nicky, the literal devil. (No, but serious, I kid).
- Major Garland Briggs invokes the actress Judy Garland (famous for playing Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, which is obviously one of Lynch's most beloved texts) during a drug induced altered state. This bit of free association was probably not super important at the time, but grows in significance retroactively.
- Phillip Jeffries mentions Judy several times during his brief but memorable appearance in Fire Walk With Me: he didn't want to talk about Judy, he saw it/them at Judy's. He was also shown to be investigating someone called Judy in Argentina in the Missing Pieces.
- The name Judy is portentously whispered by a monkey at a climactic point in the film, somewhat reminiscent of the way the Blue Haired woman in Mulholland Drive whispers the word "silencio." The monkey may or may not be the Tremont boy, who is also at one point revealed to have a monkey face behind his mask.
- If I recall correctly, Judy is not mentioned in the show until Part 15 of the Return, wherein CoopeMr. C confronts Jeffries, now floating inside a large percolator, about his enigmatic words in FWWM. Mr. C seems quite uncharacteristically flustered by the question of Judy's identity, and appears especially concerned when asking Jeffries "Does Judy want something from me?" Jeffries states that Cooper has "already met Judy" and tells him to "Ask her yourself."
- I believe the next time we talk about Judy is during the hilariously stilted exposition dump at the start of Part 7, with all the Jao Dei (sp?) stuff. Notably, Gordon Cole refers to her as "an extreme negative force."
- Finally, in Part 18, CoopeRichard? stops at Judy's dinecafe and pulls has a weird D.B. Cooper style interaction with its patrons (I will leave my much more bombastic "D.B. Cooper is actually a time traveling Mr. C theory for some other day." Notably, unlike the RR or even Haps, Judy's appears almost aggressively "ordinary," in much the way that a lot of elements in Part 18 seem to be, post "cross-over." There is none of the nostalgia or exuberance of the RR nor the grime and callousness of Haps. It's just the sort of utterly mediocre place you'd expect to go for a tepid business lunch because it's open and happens to be nearby ... but, anyways, I digress.
Note that so far I have not mentioned specific characters (like Laura, Josie, Sarah, The Experiment, Ronette/American Girl, Diane, Naido, etc.) that are often associated with Judy or the symbols (the white horse, the monkey, the weird owl/jesteant/devil symbol on Mr. C's ace of spades) unless they were specifically involved in a scene wherein Judy was mentioned by name. This is simply to do with the fact that while those characters and symbols are often associated with Judy in the fandom, the connection is largely intuitive and contextual. Plus, if I were to deep dive into every single one of those instances we'd be here all year. I am also not entertaining the whole thing about Judy being Josie's twin sister, since it's a behind the scenes concept that never came to fruition, much like the thing about Bob being an alien from a planet composed of creamed corn.
Suffice it to say, all we know about Judy is that she's a vaguely feminine entity, is an "extreme negative" force, is difficult or inadvisable to talk about, frightens Mr. C to the point where his composure cracks at the very possibility of her wanting something from him, and maybe used to be called Jao Dei(sp?) at some point. Oh, and we also know she was played by Molly Shannon, may be a reference to Judy Garland, and possibly owns a clean, reasonably priced, but fairly mediocre cafe in Odessa Texas.
Back to my actual thesis. Note that Judy is never said to be evil in the sense that Bob is clearly depicted as evil. The fact that she is "an extreme negative force" is very clearly stated by David Lynch himself, but negativity is not equivalent to evil, especially in a show where electricity is not merely a motif but a dominant magical system. Negative can mean a whole lot of different things, and in the parlance of electrical charges it is an essential component or quality in the integrity of the very fabric of reality. If we view it as light and darkness, darkness and evil are not remotely equivalent.
Similarly, there is no direct mention of Briggs, Cooper, Jeffries, and Cole trying to "stop" or "destroy" Judy, only that Jeffries was "onto [her]" and that Cooper's "two birds one stone" plan may have had something to do with her ... possibly. Cole's words are vague enough to suggest that they may have been hoping to study, apprehend, understand, or even harness the entity, depending on how foolish you believe they might actually have been. It's also very possible that all of the above men do in fact intend to "combat" Judy in some way, due to the fact that they have made the very same misapprehension about her nature that the audience is, intentionally, led to. Again, note that they are all men, well intentioned though they may be, projecting their own notions onto a Feminine entity (much in the same way that people, especially men, projected their own desires onto Laura).
Now, a very quick note on Judy Garland. Aside from having played Dorothy in the film that is perhaps more influential than any other when it comes to the work of David Lynch, she also has the distinction of having died at a relatively young age (37, I believe) from a drug overdose after a harrowing period in her life informed, in large part, by the same horrors that the fact of being a woman in Hollywood imposes on so many, including Marilyn Monroe, a figure that informed Frost's and Lynch's early collaboration. In some ways, the figure of Judy Garland is a deeply tragic one, and is emblematic of many of the themes explored specifically in Mulholland Drive and Inland Empire (and much more obliquely in Twin Peaks and Fire Walk With Me). As such, if Judy is the manifestation of feminine horror, pain, and anger, and if we are to read her as an "entity" much in the way that Bob and Mike are entities, possibly raw cosmic forces or embodiments, she almost transcends Twin Peaks as a text and becomes a central concern in much of Lynch's oeuvre.
The fragmented "woman in trouble" played by Laura Dern in Inland Empire feels to me like the most direct and intimate portrayal of "Judy Energy" on screen (if you go with the David Lynch Extended Multiverse theory, it makes even more sense, but it also works as a purely affective and symbolic projection), but I do think she is also present in the Blue Haired Woman AND the Thing Behind Winky's in Mulholland Drive, and lives in Camilla and Diane as well. She is the moment when Rebecca Del Rio faints on stage.
Back to Twin Peaks, especially the Return, Judy is definitely inside of Sarah, as she is inside Laura, Ronette, Ruby, Diane, Josie, Audrey, Naido, and even Janey E. I see her as inhabiting, or even embodying, the void that is left behind after the damage is done by Bob's influence, an expression of trauma and rage. That's why Mr. C is so afraid of her, and that's how he's met her. He doesn't understand that this is what she is, but he feels on an instinctive level that she may, eventually, grow so large as a result of his own actions (the void becoming greater and greater), and thus so powerful that he will be utterly unable to stop her when she decides to take a big chunk out of his throat or blow a hole in his belly and leave him dead and bleeding on the floor or slumped in a chair in the living room. All she wants from him and people like him is revenge, but her hunger can't be satisfied by any one act, so she bites and bites and screams.
I don't think Judy is evil at all. I think she is just in a lot of pain. Or rather she IS pain.
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2022.01.23 23:54 Midnight-Note Anyone want there crops?

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2022.01.23 23:54 tiggerclaw "Reflection" [1967] by Loui Jover

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2022.01.23 23:54 WhyTheTuck Running around in Vanguard with snipers while talking about being compared to FaZe Jev

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2022.01.23 23:54 Matlabguru Python Projects for Beginners

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2022.01.23 23:54 consumeristculture What's the equation for a hollow cylinder in R^3 (that runs parallel to z-axis)?

I'm stumped between the first 2 options- could someone explain the answer?
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2022.01.23 23:54 Colonel_Barker Portland, Victoria, Australia.

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2022.01.23 23:54 cocacolacokecake GPA and GWA

Hi, I'm trying to figure out a GPA 2.7 and 2.8 and how that translates into GWA as I'm trying to figure out where I might be at by graduation
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2022.01.23 23:54 paulhammond5155 Japanese Style Zen Gardens created on Mars! (rover tracks)

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2022.01.23 23:54 codboz_master My 2fort server ragdolls at 3m:

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2022.01.23 23:54 serpens_caput05 For those who suffers Migraine, how do you deal with it?

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