2021.11.29 13:49 dr_spaghet Is sending my letter of resignation to my GM (General Manager) via email an acceptable way to quit your job? What are alternate ways to go about this?
(Idk if this does anything, I am 18) I wasn't sure where to post this, but here I am. I simply work in a fast food type job, and I've been working since last year during the pandemic (August 2020). I want to quit gracefully and professionally, and not leave any bad sentiment with my boss, managers, and coworkers. I only ask this question because I rarely ever see my General Manager in person, and felt like it would be best to send a resignation letter via her email. If there are any alternative solutions or if I'm going about this the wrong way, let me know. Thank you!!
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2021.11.29 13:49 secretpala Any tools/companies specialized in video churn analysis?
Hello. A new digital marketer here. I need to research on what companies/tools are used for analyzing churn on video type of contents, whether ad, general videos, etc. I was wondering if there are any dominant tools/services used for video type of contents. Any advice appreciated.
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2021.11.29 13:49 peetss Innovative COVID-19 Vaccine Solutions - Vejon Conferences
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2021.11.29 13:49 Ok-Improvement-3929 Scared money gon have you fucked up on Christmas 💯
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2021.11.29 13:49 Divya-6969 55 hot photos of Miesha Iyer - Bigg Boss 15 and Splitsvilla 12 contestant.
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2021.11.29 13:49 Nice_Advertising_811 How much is this worth?
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2021.11.29 13:49 Seebeeeseh Vapor Barrier in basement Ceiling
We are finishing our above ground basement. We are putting 16" Rockwool sound and fire insulation in our ceiling. Our contractor recommended we use vapor barrier over the insulation prior to drywalling.
This seems a bit odd as it would only capture moisture in the ceiling should it get wet.
Would you recommend using a vapor barrier in the ceiling? What are the benefits of doing so?
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2021.11.29 13:49 Fearless_Dust_1913 Illusion and magic level caps and scaling for end-game.
Is there a mod that removes or increases the level cap of illusion spells? Is there also a good mod that just scales magic better for end-game WITHOUT being overpowered. I'm thinking of leveling a character and gaining all magic school perks (Yes all 5 of them). Currently I'm aiming for level 150 or even 180 (maybe more? I won't touch block, two handed, heavy armor)
But I'm afraid by then my Illusion spells (frenzy, fear etc.) Won't work on many enemies, assuming that I'm a necromage vampire.
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2021.11.29 13:49 wyv3rn3 Ares Ion "Artemis"
| I like this ship sooo much ... just beautiful :) It will become my new Wallpaper Generator ...|
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2021.11.29 13:49 introvertdream Indya Marie
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2021.11.29 13:49 mrnestor How to contact Yates Family
This may be a weird suggestion so let me explain. I contacted Culadasa, two years ago, with the suggestion of making a mobile app of TMI. He was enthusiastic about it. We contacted via email about once a month for one year but since It took a lil bit long to develop, we lost contact.
Last week I sent the finished first version of the app, and waiting for him to reply I googled Culadasa, with the bad news that he passed out on September, now I don't know what to do or who should I talk with in order to continue.
I'm a huge TMI follower, I've been following TMI for about three years and it has changed my life. I just want to share this knowledge with the more possible people. This is by no means a scam, I can send photos of the finished app and some of the mails culadasa sent me.
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2021.11.29 13:49 eattrash-hailsatan Sorting Rows Alphabetically Won't Work
I've Googled and tried to do this and it will not work. I have a list of bands and their albums I've put on my internet radio station. Naturally I want them alphabetized so it's easier to put in new albums when I have them uploaded. But it will not sort them.
Each band is a different column, with their albums under them in different rows. I want the bands to be alphabetic, but I still want their albums under them, of course.
I have highlighted all the rows and clicked Data>Sort Ascending. I've even tried just clicking the Sort Ascending button. Neither does anything. I've even tried this with just the band names row. Nothing.
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2021.11.29 13:49 Onediamondfilms It's Time To Let Them Go (MOTIVATION TO LET GO & MOVE ON) Conversations...
2021.11.29 13:49 AcxiDenTe Updated QR Code Now Available
Just looked and saw that it appears that the new version of the QR code that is meant to allow for travel is now available. Here's hoping it actually works this time!
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2021.11.29 13:49 atarikid LPT: You're searing (skillet/frying pan) wrong, and why you don't need non-stick
I like to cook, but I've always struggled with this. That was until I found out it was because I was doing it all wrong.
TLDR; Use a real pan (Cast Iron is usually best), get it real hot first, add oil if needed, don't touch it. In other words: You can cook perfect, easy over, eggs in a cast iron without ever having anything stick.
Why food sticks (and why you don't need non-stick) Metal is porous (it has tiny holes/dimples in the surface). Food sticks when parts of your food get inside those pours, effectively welding it in place in the pan. Non-stick coatings are a cheap (usually terrible, bad for you, and easily damaged) way to fill these pours and make your skillet surface as smooth as possible. If something is perfectly smooth nothing would stick.
Now all metal is different, and cast iron has much larger pores than metals such as stainless steel. You'd think that would make it worse, but when you heat metal up it expands. Because of the laws of physics the first place this expansion effects is the pan swelling to fill its own pores. So an up-to-temperature cast iron skillet is significantly more smooth than cold. Even so, cast iron still doesn't get "smooth enough" on its own. That's why it's so important for cast iron skillets to be seasoned. The "seasoning" is really just you filling in those pores to create the smooth surface we need.
What's the point of oil? Even with heat, and seasoning, your pan still won't be perfectly smooth. We use oil to act as a physical barrier between your food and the pan. This helps stop the food from getting a foothold on the pan. Any physical barrier will do this, but oil is the best when you consider all other factors as well.
Heat comes first This is the first, and biggest, mistake most people make. It's the mistake I made every single time I tried to sear something. If you put oil in a cold pan, then start heating it up, your oil will start smoking away before the pan reaches the searing temperature you need. If you put in oil first you will always have a sub-par sear. Simple as that.
Hot hot hot The goal in searing is to give your food a crust. A beautiful, crispy, flavorful, outside. Brown food tastes good. To get the maillard reaction happening, and to not seriously overcook your food, you need that pan hot. In some cases as hot as it can literally get (such as searing a steak). In most cases I'm using a medium-high setting on my burner.
Don't touch it!!!! This is another mistake I was making. I didn't want to burn it, I wanted to be "cooking" not standing around. So I was always touching, moving, checking, flipping my things the pan.
Stop doing this
If you're searing you want to put your thing in the pan, sometimes give it a little pressure to give firm consistent contact, then leave it. Don't touch it until the crust is fully formed. This will be 30 seconds to 2 minutes depending on what you're doing. You can usually watch the bottom edges of what you're cooking and get a good indication of how it's going. If you do this properly, your food will get a delicious crust. On top of it being delicious, the crust also stops the food from sticking to the pan. This is the absolute key to eggs (not talking omlets/scrambled. You don't want to sear those things).
What type of oil Finally, the type of oil to use. There's a lot of misinformation about this out there, in a lot of ways. If you want to talk health (chances are we all have it backwards for what is "good" versus "bad" oil) there's a really great podcast about it by Malcolm Gladwell: https://www.pushkin.fm/episode/mcdonalds-broke-my-heart/
Firstly: butter is what flavor is made of. But butter's smoke point is to low to be used for searing. It will simply burn on you. This is why French cooking is renown for "monter au beurre". This means (not a direct translation) finished with butter. You don't sear with butter, you finish.
Secondly: You can't "raise the smoke point" of butter by using half butter and half oil. This isn't how physics works. This is an urban legend.
The vast majority of chefs in the vast majority of scenarios use rapeseed oil for searing. But anything with a high smoke point can and is used. For example when searing a steak you'd use a bit of rapeseed, until the sear is complete, then you'd take the pan off the heat, add your butter, and butter baste (basically constantly moving the butter in the still slightly too hot pan so it doesn't burn).
For something like a burger (assuming you're making a true burger made of only meat, 80/20 meat to fat mix... if you're adding anything else you're fucking up) you don't want any oil at all. The burger has enough fat on its own and after it gets the crust will slide around and flip like a champ.
Final note The enemy of a seacrust is water. If whatever you're cooking has a layer of water on it you will never get a good sear. All the energy goes into boiling off the water and you end up with steamed food, not seared. You want whatever you're searing to be as dry as possible. This is why you never put salt on meat before it's in the pan (or IMMEDIATELY before), unless you're doing it the day (or at least hours) before. The best way to do a steak is to salt it, leave it your fridge overnight uncovered (on a rack) letting it dry out. Then for an even better result, reverse sear (oven cook until 15 degrees away from your temp and sear the fuck out of it). If you've ever tried to sear scallops and ended up with pale rubbery crap, it's likely because you salted them first.
So you don't need or want non-stick pans. Really, the closest you want to get to that will be enamel coated cast iron (le creuset is the most famous example). You want to be able to use metal utensils, you want a heavy thick, pan (for most things).
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2021.11.29 13:49 generictulip I made a jet physics meme edit, let me know what you think!
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2021.11.29 13:49 newsdk Månen har 1.600 navngivne kratere. Kun 34 er opkaldt efter kvinder
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2021.11.29 13:49 excite_bike Best water gun for sniping my cat off the kitchen counter?
I've tried tinfoil, I've tried yelling, I've tried crying. He doesn't care, it's all worth it for the forbidden counter. I'm in a basement suite with a very large counteisland that my cat starts jumping up on as soon as I head to bed. Thus beginning our cycle of attempted boarding and subsequent chasing... There's no food on there kitty, must you persist? The tears have been the most effective so far, so I was hoping you fine folks could recommend a medium-sized water gun that can shoot a fine+accurate stream ~3-5m from my bed?
My hope is that eventually the pump-action sound of the water gun will be enough to get him to seek cover off of the counter.
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2021.11.29 13:49 FrilledShark1512 The Cock Must Glow
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2021.11.29 13:49 Camerupt516 Tuff 😤💪🏼💪🏼
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2021.11.29 13:49 newsdk Titusindvis af danske patienter skal have udskiftet søvnapparater: Lydabsorberende skum er sundhedsskadeligt
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2021.11.29 13:49 Fetus_deletus_yetus 26 [M4F] Texas - looking for a nice girl to vibe with
I'm looking for a relationship but no pressure for anything serious. If it happens it happens. Distance doesn't matter as long as there's a connection. I'm a pretty average looking guy who likes video games (PS4) running, anime, and watching movies/tv. Pictures on my profile but i don't mind exchanging with you. Hmu on here or Snapchat if you are interested. I'd like to consider myself a good texter and can keep a conversation going if you help out so expect quick replies. Not a big fan of small talk and I like to have interesting/meaningful conversations.
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2021.11.29 13:49 kiymera power up
got my hands on beautiful mini with one problem ... its mini one D (2006, R50) with r53 body. took it as hobby car. someone put a lot of love (and money) in that car and everything works almost perfect (we will just ignore plastic parts shake in interior). drives really well, but in some point you can feel lack of power (didnt expect to drive as cooper s, its good for 90bhp). now, as google doesnt give any useful answers, how to get more power ? im not a fan of remapping the engine, more interested in turbocharger (not sure if doable), intercooler, new exhaust system etc. anyone tried something similar with one ?
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2021.11.29 13:49 ItsYaBoyKevinHere Quitting my job for a competitor, my father told me I should not tell my boss where I am going. Why?
Pretty much what the title says, the place that is hiring me said at their company if they found out I was leaving for a competitor they would not allow me to stay for my 2 weeks but legally would still have to pay me and that may be the case for my company. When I told this to my father he said not to tell my boss I’m leaving for a competitor and just tell him in leaving and no more details. Why?
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2021.11.29 13:49 svanapps No proposal to recognise Bitcoin as currency: FM Nirmala Sitharaman
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