Need Ideas for what to do with channel points.

2021.12.08 12:42 VxPr0f Need Ideas for what to do with channel points.

Well after being affiliate for a few months and having regular viewers, I feel a bit guilty that there's really nothing for them to do with those points things they earn from watching. I know some people let people play loud sounds like a jumpscare, but thats not really my thing. Is there any fun things they can do with those points or anyone have any ideas? Cos I'm all out of them.
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2021.12.08 12:42 meneame_el_reddit El emérito quiere volver y que se lo pagues tú

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2021.12.08 12:42 mobrya22 Made a tree skirt for our silly little tree! First time making pom poms (obsessed).

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2021.12.08 12:42 TheGuyWhosNotSlayer I know it's not Diwali. There was some ceremony in my new house and clicked this.

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2021.12.08 12:42 itchydarkness123 Totally didn’t expect this from r/Kashmiri

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2021.12.08 12:42 Koreabooooooo Hachu loves doing the laundry

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2021.12.08 12:42 tonygames17 I think my "MP Streak" might be a knock off

First. The price. It's only $330 HKD, which is about $42USD.
Secondly, it feels way cheaper than my mp 20 wheel jack which I got from my friend.
Loose joints, plastic nub marks are kinda poorly removed, chest plastic piece can't really plug in in robot mode, gaps at the back of the car.
Last but not least, the box and everything looks identical, but it kinda feels different, and the collector card seems a bit "wash out"
I'd love to see your opinion. To me I'm very disappointed at the seller for not telling me it's a ko.
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2021.12.08 12:42 meneame_el_reddit VOX no es socialdemócrata, cojones ya

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2021.12.08 12:42 bazaartimesco ELDER: Investments of electricity distribution companies will reach ₺17 billion this year

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2021.12.08 12:42 dalight02 BitTorrent analysis today.

BitTorrent 1-day AltRank™ is down -24.87% to 583 with price down -4.328% to $0.00
https://lnr.app/s/4EbdqP
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2021.12.08 12:42 Basic-Nature9910 I actually don’t know what to even say.

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2021.12.08 12:42 Artistic-Audience182 The music your parents don’t want you to hear. December 2021

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2021.12.08 12:42 drummahboy666 Having a rough day. Could use some dopamine

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2021.12.08 12:42 voidmalfoy making a damon playlist for my friend, any song recs?

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2021.12.08 12:42 ninjajou10 I Have My OWN Dog Rescue Shelter! | To The Rescue! (part 2)

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2021.12.08 12:42 DaRealcgcPlatinum Googles quick reply suggestions are crazy

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2021.12.08 12:42 Rebellion_Protocol 5 Top Crypto to Buy Now for 2022🔥

Last month was a rough one for the cryptocurrency industry. The OG of coins, Bitcoin (BTC), reached an all-time high early in November, only to break down almost 25% in the weeks following. Bitcoin being the heartbeat of the industry, it is only natural that other cryptos mimic its performance.
There are several reasons why the market pulled back, including but not limited to the novel tax reporting rules, COVID related fears with a new variant, and multiple regulatory changes globally. On top of that, the industry is one of the most volatile, and new highs are often followed by corrective lows.
December is an interesting months as the BTC consolidation has started, yet should additional regulatory changes threat the industry, the rebound might take longer. But we are thinking of a rebound by the end of the month, as per pervious years, where likely the year-end parties generally puts everyone in a good mood including investors.
Keeping market realties in mind, there are five altcoins that you may want to have a look at in December 2021. All five of them are very interesting picks, with very different problems they try to solve and different sizes. They are listed from the largest market cap to the smallest.
1. Solana (SOL) Market cap: Over $64 billion
Solana (SOL) was developed to power decentralized finance (DeFi) usecases, as well as decentralized apps (DApps) and smart contracts. Its unique hybrid proof-of-stake and proof-of-history validation mechanisms supports processing an enormous amount of transactions fast and in a highly secured manner. Its native token powers the ecosystem of Solana.
When the project was launched in 2020, its token price was 0.8 USD. By the time of this article. its price is around 200 USD, a gain of more than 25,000%.
2. Enjin (ENJ) Market cap: $2.5 billion
Metaverse tokens are all the rage these days. Even the Facebook Group was renamed META. This is a very important crypto trend right now. We have seen Sandbox (SAND) as well as Decentraland (MANA) risen by a staggering 5x over the past three months. Yet Enjin is “only” up by 150% in that same time period. Enjin is expected to catch up and we could see an increase of 2–3x in the next coming months.
It is however wise to pause before jumping into the latest trend just for the sake of being trendy, especially in the crypto industry. But on on the long-run Enjin (ENJ) is a very interesting project in the metaverse field, as the platform and its ecosystem allow members to create, deploy and trade non-fungible tokens (NFTs). For those who don’t know yet, NFTs are unique digital collectibles where the ownership is public and encoded on into the token itself. Basically, if you want to own something in the digital/virtual world, NFTs are the way to go.
It is still the very beginning for metaverse projects and there is a long way to go before maturity in this market. We don’t know yet how successful it will be and how many people it will attract, but it is currently taking off very rapidly and is bound to potentially become huge. If this happens it will be through NFTs and projects like Enjin, which were there right at the start with a comprehensive solid technology and platform.
3. Livepeer (LPT) Market cap: $900 million
Another trend that’s being talked about a lot is Web3. You should pay attention as Web3 is an general term used to define any next generation decentralized internet projects. It means a free, more community based internet where no one or few massive companies drive it. This is an important vision for many users of the internet. There are several Web3 projects that decentralize the way information is processed, transferred, stored and most importantly monetized.
A strong recent performer is Livepeer (LPT), a decentralized video streaming network. It is a bit like a Twitch or a Youtube but decentralized, where participants and content creators can earn LPT tokens by contributing to the ecosystem. Livepeer notably uses the community’s computing power to make sure videos are reformatted to suits a wide variety of devices. Therefore, it does not need an expensive infrastructure to provide an affordable, free and reliable streaming video service.
4. Aragon (ANT) Market cap: $175 million
An essential part of decentralization is the decentralization of power through spreading the governance to as many ecosystem members as possible. Various and multiple projects have now deployed their own Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) to make sure governance is made as fairly as possible. A notable example is Maker DAO, the governance token of the DAI stable coin project, which gives its holders the power to propose project changes and vote on decisions related to the project. This ensures that the project continues to serve its users and community.
Aragon (ANT) is a project that enables any project to build their DAO quickly and effectively through their platform. Some projects are simply focused on their own core technology and do not necessarily have the time and resources to develop their DAO in parallel. Aragon palliates to this challenge. And since the crypto world is going more and more towards decentralization, it is likely we will see many projects using Aragon’s platform.
5. Rebellion Protocol (REBL) Market cap: $5 million
Rebellion Protocol (REBL) is one of these projects that took some of the greatest stuff out there in the crypto world and put it together to make a very interesting community based project.
In this article, we mentioned various topics including the NFT super-trend, the Metaverse, the decentralization of Finance as well as DAO governance. Although these are seemingly different topics, some projects have managed to come up with powerful concepts that merges two, three or four of these major trends together. And Rebellion Protocol is one of them.
The concept is quite simple, the project’s token has been deployed with built-in growth mechanisms that generates passive income for its holders as well as accumulates tokens in an “investment fund”, ready to be invested. On top of that, the projects deployed governance NFTs (DAO tokens in the shape of NFT), which give its holders the power to govern the project, including its investment fund. So investors in the project own the power over the project.
This is how this project has created the first community driven investment fund. And DAO tokens being NFTs adds a nice arty twist to the project and gives it a metaverse vibe. Rebellion Protocol was launched recently, so they are still at the very start of their journey and would likely be a good long term hold.
Be Careful when investing As a rule, we favor a buy-and-hold investment approach for investors and therefore look for projects with long-term potential. You should however always research thoroughly a project before investing and be warry of the market in general. There are more than 12'000 tokens in circulations right now and many may not make it to the next month. Do your own research and be careful.
With great risk also comes great rewards and cryptocurrency investing can produce extraordinary returns. But never forget the risks involved and make sure you understand them. Only invest what you can afford to lose and ensure your crypto assets are a small part of your overall investment portfolio. This article is not an investment advice.
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2021.12.08 12:42 d-n-y- How Christmas became an American holiday tradition, with a Santa Claus, gifts and a tree

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2021.12.08 12:42 ChristopherColorist When jj whips out his ass for jack

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2021.12.08 12:42 Dr_Gugusse I was only looking for a Gold to complete a mission, but I'll take this!

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2021.12.08 12:42 Confident_2372 notify me

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2021.12.08 12:42 Crip_Toes TOP 6 BEST Crypto Exchanges in 2022!! Ultimate Review!! 💯 [New from Coin Bureau]

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2021.12.08 12:42 deanforester How should I refer to my AO?

Basically, I'm an int'l student and while I'm kinda acquainted with your culture and all, I'm uncertain if it's proper to call my AO by his first name( which he used to sign his reply to my email).
Or should I continue addressing him as Mr. [last name]?
Same with alum interviewers—I know I'm supposed to call them by their first name but I'm afraid I might offend them (y'know with professionals who like to be referred to with their honorific or sumthn). What's like... the decorum... ig?
This school tracks demonstrated interest so I really be overthinking my email PLSSSS 💀🏃 Thanks all <333
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2021.12.08 12:42 Emperor-Dman I was a casualty on the Somme

I've always suffered from nightmares. I always liked to read war stories as a kid, but my grandfather, a veteran of the 2nd World War, never let me read the fake stories. He knew that war was terrible, and always had me read the real memoirs, the books where the writer watches all his friends die.
Despite this, I never did stop reading war stories. One of my favorites is the classic, "All's Quiet on the Western Front". It's a great book about a young man fighting for the Germans in World War One, however it is a tragic tale of brutal loss as well. And that brings me to my story.
Like I said, I've always had bad nightmares. More often than not, they're abstract. Feeling like you've woken up, only to find the entire world is filled with bizarro versions of your life. Many times I would walk downstairs in the morning, only to find my mother had been replaced with a disembodied head, a talking hamburger, or a paper airplane.
Sometimes though, things were more down to earth. I read enough stories of men dying in explosions, fires, and in other terrible ways, that sometimes the bizarro world would devolve into barbed wire emplacements assaulted by hotdogs while mustard bottles rained down from the sky.
These nightmares made my life hell. It was rare that I got a night of sleep without a terrifying experience along with it. I went through dozens of folk remedies as a child, in college I reveled in my ability to stay awake for 48 hours or longer and not be ridiculed for my appearance. Out of school, I was forced to seek medical help. I couldn't work if I couldn't sleep, and that led me to Dr. Mead.
Now, Dr. Mead isn't alcohol, like some of you might have guessed. Dr. Mead is my psychotherapist, though I can't recall ever hearing of his alma mater before meeting him. Regardless, normal counseling therapy failed to make a difference, as did metabolic and therapeutic supplements like melatonin. Dr. Mead eventually recommended me to several experimental treatments, and while I was hesitant, he bluntly told me that if the experimental drugs failed, I would be left with tranquilizers or my nightmares, and the tranquilizers had a decent chance of making things worse. So I went in for the experimental options.
The first two had no effect, I just lived life as normal minus the small yellow gel capsules I took before bed. But the third one, which I can't name due to the NDA I signed, was like nothing I've ever heard of before.
The first night, I expected no difference. I performed my typical routine of showering, taking my medication, then winding down with a book. I decided to pick up a new book from my library this afternoon, so as I lay down, I opened up "And Then I Was Alone", a memoir of a British soldier who's service ended when he was wounded on the Somme. I was able to read up to a moment before the battle when the author was trying to catch a moment's rest in a dugout before I began to fall asleep.
I was tired, so despite the overwhelming dread I always feel as I try not to fall asleep each night, I gradually slipped away into the world
of REM sleep. A man roughly shook me awake. He shouted something at me, though I couldn't make out his words. For a moment I was struck dumb by the intensity of the moment, but was snapped out of my dazed state when the dirt floor I was sitting on heaved up and threw me down.
The man fell on top of me, as he rose I read the silver identification disk that hung from his neck. Sgt. Norbert Miller, born 1885.
As my thoughts began to settle, I finally realized that rather than my hearing abandoning me, I could only hear the rolling crash of drum fire raining down on our position. The Sergeant continued to yell at me, and I tried my best to read his lips. He was calling something about the sentry being hit, or so I think, and I followed him up the stairs and out of the dugout I found myself in.
We emerged into what I can only describe as some form of hell. Behind and ahead of us, all I could hear was the droning fire of what must have been thousands of artillery cannons, while in front of me all I could see was a tall, muddy wooden wall. Upon closer inspection, the wall was in fact the side of a trench. Looking left and right, I could see perhaps two or three yards before the wooden wall turned away, blocking my line of sight.
The Sergeant again grabbed my arm, pointing to the right. Just now coming around the corner was a man, dressed in Khaki and drenched in mud. All I could see from the Sergeant's mouth was the word "sentry". The man, wearing the same shallow, bowl-shaped helmet that I was, fell to his knees, clutching at his stomach. As the Sergeant and I approached, the man keeled over, and as his hands fell away from his torso, hot, pink entrails spilled out over my boots.
The Sergeant wiped mud from the boy's face. That's all he could ever have been, a boy of 17 or so. The pale youth's glassy eyes stared up at me as he breathed his last breaths. I think the Sergeant knew the boy well, because after a moment only long enough to say a brief prayer, he grabbed my arm and hauled me back towards the dugout.
Just as we walked down the thick wooden steps, a distinct keening sound was audible over the din, and the men down below dropped flat wherever they stood. I looked back out at the sky, tinged with black
and gray smoke, before the shell hit, throwing me down the stairs. I think normally someone who is dreaming would wake up in real life if they were knocked out inside the dream, but for me it acted like a
time skip. I 'woke up' within what I think was still the same dream. A shell screamed over my head, as I peeked up over the parapet. The Sergeant grabbed me and yanked me down.
"You bloody idiot, if you have a bloody death wish you can go volunteer for stretcher bearer service, I don't want to have to clean your brains off my trench walls, you understand me?"
It came as something of a surprise to realize I could hear the man. The artillery, now only blasted away behind us, was much more tolerable, probably due to the lack of shells falling down on our trench. Even more surprising, his face was shaven and his uniform was mostly clean. Looking down, I saw my own khaki uniform and rifle that matched his.
"Private you damn well answer your superior when he asks you a question!" shouted a voice from behind.
Turning to look, I saw a finely dressed lieutenant striding towards me through the crowd of me. On a reflex that I didn't know I had, I snapped to attention, my salute the British style of open hand.
The Sergeant spoke up, "Leftenant Baker, Sir, the private will be disciplined Sir, I'm sure you have more important things to do than-"
"Nonsense," the lieutenant cut him off, "discipline is the most important thing an army can have. No commander should fail to discipline an out-of-line enlisted man. You are correct however, I do have a very important task to do here. General Haig has issued an order which I am to read to you. There is," the lieutenant checked his watch, "2 minutes before you are to go over the top, so it should be alright. Ahem-"
It was then that the loudest sound I have ever heard happened. Sure, there was the background blasting of artillery fire, but it was as though the entire ground beneath me jumped 10 feet in the air.
My ears ringing, I could see the sky over the edge of the trench wall was filled with raining dirt and mud. Massive echoes rolled along the lines as more massive explosions were detonated.
"Leftenant, I believe your watch may have been wrong," the Sergeant said, helping the lieutenant to his feet, "My section's orders are to go over now, so we will be going."
And with that, the Sergeant drew a whistle from a cord around his neck and blew, the shrill noise breaking over the din of a hurricane bombardment raining down on the enemy.
The ladder was rough in my hands, made of old and splintery wood, I could hear it groan over the din of battle. The first man over the top fell back down into the trench, his rifle clattering off my helmet as he went.
The Sergeant pushed me forward, "Now's not a time to lose your nerve boy. Up and over" he called.
Loaded down as I was with a heavy pack and rifle, the ladder was a tricky affair. I was not the only man to have difficulties climbing it, but once I was over, I found my previous assessment of the trench was quite wrong. What lie before me, a shattered and burning ground of mud, debris, and razor wire both rusted and shiny, could only be described as Hell. The trench seemed a paradise of safe beauty by comparison, and only the Sergeant behind me kept me from climbing straight back down. Crouching, the men, the Sergeant, and I made our way forwards.
First one of the old hands was hit, it only took a moment and he was sprawled out on the ground, pale as could be. A moment later, a machine gun found us.
The boy next to me was shot, his leg being thrown out behind him and tossing him to the ground. He took a moment before beginning to sob as the red elixir of life mixed with the black mud. The Sergeant pushed me forward again.
Another man, hit in the chest, coughed up a mess of blood and tissue which spilled down his front. The Sergeant pushed me forwards.
Something struck just below my knee like a hammer. Down I went, into a shell crater filled with mud. I rolled over to my back, and looking down I was able to discern that my leg from my knee down was no longer attached, rather all I could see was a mangled mass of bone and flesh dangling uselessly from the joint.
The Sergeant attempted to grab at my arm, to pick me up and push me forward. The blood coursing through my ears meant I could not hear his shouts, but I could see the fear and panic in his eyes.
As I watched, detached from the scene, a stick bomb landed in the crater, sinking down into the filth. The Sergeant made a moment's decision, grabbing for the bomb. As he drew it back to throw, it exploded in his hand, only inches from his face. I was sprayed with a fine red mist, and was knocked unconscious when the gore filled helmet
of the Sergeant slammed into my own face. Despite my detached emotions within the nightmare, I awoke screaming. That scene, of death, of destruction, of sacrifice, was etched into my eyelids, and even now while I'm writing this, I see his face, there one moment, and gone the next.
I just scheduled an emergency appointment with Dr. Mead. This can't have been the medication, could it?
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2021.12.08 12:42 EarthEmail UK tax breaks for oil and gas under scrutiny from climate activists

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