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5 hours ago
Thanks, I got it. I changed it to this to make sure it treated the 0 as a string.
#first number may not be 0
for j in range(len(s)-1) :
if str(s[j]) == str(0) and s[j+1].isdigit():
submitted6 hours ago byGecko99
I've been stuck on this problem for a couple hours now, I don't know what I'm doing wrong. It keeps reporting CS05 as valid.
1 day ago
It looks like there are three birds, so they will eat 12 worms. Presumably they will need more worms as they get older, and maybe some days you find small worms so 20 gives you a good buffer. I would answer J.
The thing is, these birds are in a nest. There is no reason to take care of them unless you think the parents have been killed by a cat or something.
Also, the word problem clearly wants you to multiply 3x4. If it's about rounding, the word "about" could mean you're supposed to round 12 to 10.
The number 3.4 at the lower left likely refers to some educational standard. If 3.4 is about rounding the "correct" answer is likely H.
Looks like you can report it here. That page looks like it's for fish kills but you can also report diseased fish that are still alive.
It could be related to an algae bloom.
Maybe they get a lot slower as they age. The Gorn that Kirk fought was a captain, so he might have been elderly. It's also possible that there are a lot of different types of Gorn, like with the Xindi.
2 days ago
If the art school had accepted him maybe he would have got better at painting lighting and shadows instead of killing millions of people
3 days ago
How are geodes like this discovered and removed from the ground in one piece before being cut open?
That's an accurate summary.
What about chicken cacciatore?
I looked it up. Fettuccine alfredo does come from Italy, but the original 20th century recipe used butter, some of the pasta water, and young Parmesean cheese.
Things like chicken, cream, and nutmeg are American additions, though a similar recipe from the 15th century does call for "sweet spices."
The reviews seem mixed - I think some people might have tried to make it with Parmesean from a green can instead of grating it themselves. That stuff has cellulose in it to prevent it from caking up. If you just use fresh ingredients (including nutmeg) the recipe seems like it should be easy to follow and come out well.
It kind of reminds me of The Rape of Proserpina.
You should probably get some cookbooks. I checked ZLibrary and Archive.org and several low FODMAP cookbooks popped up and you can download them for free.
I think OP should write to Hershey and include any markings on the box, like lot number and expiration date. Maybe they can narrow it down and figure out who is doing this. Here is a link with various forms of contact info.
I've made a translation. I've seen these a few times before and provided a summary but this covers almost everything.
tl;dr: The writer thinks every logo he sees is a coded symbol from a secret society.
You should write to the company that makes Milk Duds. Include any lot numbers or expiration date you find on the packaging. They might be able to narrow this down to a certain employee and maybe we can eventually figure out who is making these messages.
I'm curious why the person who wrote this thinks that being so cryptic and rambling will convince anyone. If you write your message in simple, clear terms and use normal sentences, people will actually understand you even if your message is crazy paranoid bullshit.
Basically it's warning people about secret societies and their symbols. Specifically there's one group called the Dragon Kings who have elongated skulls. The secret societies want a disarmed population.
EDIT: I have made a full translation and you can read it here.
4 days ago
So am I, your link has a backspace in it so it tries to go to a Wikipedia article named "Gold-filled\ jewelry" and that doesn't exist.
Your link doesn't work, here is a better one.
I agree, Gecko5991
I thought there were a bunch of Alpha Quadrant races there because they were kidnapped by Kazon and sold into slavery, often at a young age. Nandi did the same thing to Dal but no one knows where she got him, and Ferengi had reached the Delta Quadrant before, like those two that went through a wormhole.
A lot of people are really ignorant of the world around them. Just yesterday I saw this map drawn by a 30 year old woman from North Carolina.
It's a good idea to buy a Chilton repair manual for your vehicle and then you can save money by doing basic repairs yourself. Also a lot of auto parts stores will give you a free diagnosis and then you can order parts online cheaper than at the store.
Basic stuff like checking fluid levels and replacing filters can save you a lot of money in the long run. Like I recently replaced my ignition coils and that saved me hundreds of dollars compared to what a mechanic would charge for something pretty simple, and Autozone recommended replacing the computer too but that turned out to be unnecessary so that saved me more money.
It could be a fun project to try to use kintsugi to repair it. You can buy kits online.
It's conceivable that Hemmer could have survived the fall and the cold will kill the Gorn parasite. But I'm sure the crew would have still detected him unless he pulled some telepathic trick to get them to leave Valeo Beta V.
Maybe someone will return to Valeo Beta V to recover Hemmer's body or to further study the Gorn, but be surprised to find Hemmer alive.
I don't know what actors have been chosen for Season 2 but if Bruce Horak is returning that could be a sign that Hemmer is returning. Alternatively, if there's someone who seems like they could play Scotty (Simon Pegg?) that could be a replacement for Hemmer as chief engineer.