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2021.11.28 14:38 Pokenerd_92 Regice raid 6458 4407 4141 adding the first 10

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2021.11.28 14:38 LocmonstR Potential Oculus Quest 2 buyer has a few questions

Hello everyone,
As you probably saw in the title I have a few questions about how an oculus quest 2 works.
My first question is how does the Quest 2 work? I don't have a PC that's very powerful and some games I would want to play on the VR are not on the Oculus store and would have to buy from the PC and stream to the store. I'm just wondering if I bought these games on PC and tried to play them with the VR, would they be streaming from the PC or would they be running natively from VR?
Also what games are on the Quest 2? I do not want to buy something that is very expensive for just a few games.
Thank you for all the help in advanced :)
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2021.11.28 14:38 tilikumsrevenge1 Im a fucking lonely, friendless loser and always have been

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Fast forward a few years and my wife starts to develop huntingtons symptoms I though all my army of friends would come to my side but no one did, sure I pushed people away, something I regret more than anything, I.always felt as long as I had her I.didnt need anyone
Well im losing her, every fucking day and im so lonely, I actually made a facebook.again but when I went to add people I realised I didnt know them, there was pictures with old friend together, I wasnt there, do they still care anymore? Do they wonder how im.doing? I would end it all if she wasnt fully.dependant
Ahhhhh that felt.better!!!!
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2021.11.28 14:38 Comfortable-Bonus421 That Italian gobshite again...

He really should be deported, as allowed under EU Directive 2004/38/EC, using the provisions related to him being a danger to public health. Indo:
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2021.11.28 14:38 sjshdhdhdh A chain of unfortunate events

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2021.11.28 14:38 snogirl0403 Learn PtD, Butter and all the official fanchants! So we can make some mf noise!

I’ve seen so many posts about missing fanchants during the concert. It’s not too late to practice!! Let’s at least get all those name chants in! PtD, Butter, and Dynamite all have official fanchants. We don’t have to say “the k-armys organize it,” it’s out there and ready, we just have to learn it. Let’s get it let it roll!
Shiela/Doshielasol is organizing so much to help us learn them! Thank you!
Live fanchant practice hosted by Dosheilasol on Twitter Spaces Also check out her feed for notes in the chants
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2021.11.28 14:38 scgt1 [USA-TX] [H]Complete New Lian Li Mini EVGA/ASUS build 10700K, 32GB, 1.5TB, 3060TI FTW, K/M[W]Local cash, Paypal SELLING

Located in DFW
Comment before PM
Looking for straight up cost here no scalping on the gpu or anything else for that mater. Which was my point in building this one and the other 3 I'm working on.
Had this one built for 2 months now I believe it has been with it just sitting in the case box waiting to score a gpu for it. Which I just picked up yesterday when Best Buy opened and installed it today. Windows 10 Pro X64 is fully updated and ready to jump to 11 if you want to have fun with that mess. Figured I would leave that as an owners choice to handle when they get it.
Specs and Pcpartpicker pricing linked below. I don't know why the $90.42 in additional tax doesn't show on the guest link. Retail is $2,323.82 with the extra tax.
The cpu/mobo have manual entries since Microcenter isn't listed and they are local to DFW figured that's the price that should be used and also factored in the $20 savings for a combo. The EVGA 3060TI FTW has a manual price because part picker pulls current listed in stock prices and they are all 3rd party marketplace scalpers.
Everything but the case glass just got the plastic pulled off this morning when I installed the gpu and the EVGA keyboard and mouse are unopened.
Asking $2,300 obo CYBER MONDAY SPECIAL $2,000
Will also be posting an all Asus build in a Z11 with Strix 6600XT and two half new half used custom open loop builds from my old computers at a later time.
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2021.11.28 14:38 HumaneBotfly Did the NYT just make an ATLA reference?

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2021.11.28 14:38 PM_ME_UR_KOALA_PICS How do Italian-born citizens feel about Americans who became Italian citizens through descent?

I'm applying for Italian citizenship, jure sanguinis, and was curious about how they feel about a person getting citizenship who haven't even had an ancestor born there in over 140 years
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2021.11.28 14:38 MrGrace14 From med school graduation to getting a job in Germany - my experience so far, including German learning up to C1 level, overall strategy/thought process and which recruitment agency I used to find me exactly the job I wanted [AMA]

Hi dear medicalschoolEU,
Times really flies! Almost 2 years after graduating med school in Czech Republic, I'm very happy to share with you guys that I got my first job offer confirmation in Germany, in orthopedics/trauma surgery at an affiliated academic hospital of the Otto-von-Guericke in Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, offer that I promptly accepted after a short but convincing interview.
So, I thought that it could maybe be useful for the many people in this sub seeking to do their residency training in Germany if I wrote this post about my experience so far. In order to do this, I'll divide this post into 3 "chapters":

  1. How I learned German up to C1 level
  2. Why I used an agency and why this specific one
  3. What lead me to accept an offer in a small, rural city in eastern Germany

1. How I learned German up to C1 level
Well, first things first, learning the language. I'll start with a mistake or so to say, a regret: not having started to learn German during med school. As many of you already know, I studied in Czech Republic at the Charles university, so not a particularly forgiving university in terms of effort you need to put in. I kinda always knew I wanted to go to Germany for residency but all the pressure and heavy schedule made it very complicated for me to concentrate in something other than graduating, so I decided to focus first on what is really important (I mean, graduating) and then taking some time off after med school to learn the language full time.
So, my first recommendation: get 1 on 1 classes asap and don't waste money on group classes. Why? Very simple answer but not a obvious one: 1 on 1 classes are actually cheaper and much more efficient at the end of the day.
"More efficient yeah but cheaper??? This guy must have been chugging a few German beers already..."
No, I guarantee you I didn't :P Cheaper because let's imagine you pay 10 Euro per hour in a group class and you have, let's say, 6 students in your class. The teacher needs to focus on all 6 of you and while the teacher focuses on your classmate, he isn't focusing on you, on your doubts and on your progress as an individual. So, most of the time in a group class isn't really focused on you, on your needs as a German language student and on your own progress. From those 60 minutes you are paying for, you only get a fraction of that time dedicated to you and this time dedicated to you is much more valuable than time dedicated to other classmates, especially when their doubts are about stuff that you already know. So, effectively, you are paying X money for only like 5 minutes of that class that are dedicated to you in terms of speaking, writing and talking in German. This is even worse when your classmates are somewhat slower than you. In this way, think about group classes as paying for like 5 minutes of 1 on 1 classes. If you do the math, you will easily understand that even if you pay 3 times more for 1 on 1 classes, it will still be cheaper than group classes because 100% of the time is dedicated to you alone.
Another thing I see quite often is people trying to learn the language on their own. Please don't do this if you want to improve fast and reach a solid level without committing basic mistakes. German is a very peculiar language, with concepts that don't really exist in English or romance languages. A native, professional, 1 on 1 teacher will help you navigate the sea of a differences and mainly, systematically correct you so that small mistakes don't get mechanised. This is the most important aspect of getting a teacher who knows what he/she is doing.
To finish this section, let me share with you the books I used as well as the Anki decks I created myself to help me on my journey:
  1. Schritte International A1, A2, B1
  2. Studio D A1, A2, B1, B2
  3. Schritte Übungsgrammatik
  4. Begegnungen B1
  5. Erkundungen B2, C1 and C2
  6. Ziel C1
  7. Aspekte Neu C1
  8. C-Grammatik
  9. Dictionary of German Synonyms by R.B. Farrell
And here you can download the my Anki decks: , (the link will be up for a week but if you are reading this after the link is expired, just text me and I will upload it again for you :))
Important information about the decks: my native language is Portuguese, so up to like 5-10% of all cards here (more than 23k cards!) will be German -> Portuguese. I tried as much as possible to use only German -> English translation (I used to translate like 95% of what's in these decks) but with certain words/sentences/sayings there was a better fit in Portuguese than in English. So, a small inconvenience but nothing that you can't easily fix when you go through the cards :)
Also important to mention is that these decks aren't particularly well organised or tagged at all like those fancy decks you can find on Anki and medicalschoolanki. I simply divided the decks into levels and in single words (Vokabeln) and sentences/expressions/sayings (Redemittel). You might find words in upper levels that don't belong there strictly speaking, so don't use these decks as a per level guide. Use them when you're already at a B1/B2 level and simply delete what you find too easy. This would be the best way to use these decks. I hope you find them useful :)

2. Why I used an agency and why this specific one
First of all, a disclaimer: I don't earn one single cent by doing this "plug". I'm simply doing this because I spoke with over 20 agencies/agents during the last 2 years and this one was the one that treated me the best and had the absolute best offer out of all of them.
So, his name is Peter Holste, based in Marburg, Hessen. He works in the business of recruitment and mediation of healthcare staff for over 10 years and works with over 100 hospitals/hospital chains in Germany, in all 16 states, both in big cities and more rural settings. He works not only in recruitment for hospitals but also works with them at the personnel management level as well as helping hospitals improve their residency programmes and overall appeal/attractiveness, so that people actually want to work there. He focuses on residency training quality/good work conditions and making sure that both parts are happy with his mediation.
One particular sentence perfectly sums up my experience with him: he finds hospitals for doctors and not doctors for hospitals.
This means that he will listen to your particular wishes and specifications in terms of geography, specialty, type of hospital and any particular details you might want for your professional life and then tailors his offers exactly according to what you told him. Like I said above, I spoke with over 20 agencies/agents and none of them does it like mister Holste does, in the sense that most of these other agents try to push you into something that isn't really what you are looking for, just because at the end of the day, they want to make money with you, fast, and their job is to find doctors for hospitals and not the other way around.
From my personal experience with him, I was never pushed into anything, he listened to exactly what I was looking for and I never had to sign any type of binding contract with him (I actually didn't sign anything at all with him, only with the hospital when I got the offer). So, I'm gonna share with you guys what my specifications were:
  1. Firstly and most importantly, working somewhere that places a lot of value on teaching their residents well. This was and will ever be my absolute top priority. I wanted a hospital on which I not only can operate a lot but rather where I must operate. We all know that surgical training isn't always the best in Germany, so all I wanted was to avoid a place were all I'm allowed to do is collect blood samples in the morning and write mountains of documentation in the afternoon.
  2. I didn't want to go to a big city, where more than half of my monthly salary is spend on an overpriced rent. I'm moving with my elderly parents to Germany, so this means we need an apartment with at least 2 rooms and with a decent size and that is appropriate for elderly people in the sense of having an elevator and being barrier free inside the apartment. In bigger cities and with these requirements, I would be looking at 1500-2000 Euro per month for rent. I mean, if one can even find an apartment at all lol
  3. I would need financial support at the beginning, particularly for the costs related to the FSP preparation, application fees and accommodation during the preparation course.
  4. Some hospital where the ortho/trauma department does hand surgery also, so that I can gain valuable experience in the field that will be useful for my future application in plastic surgery.
So, having told him all this, he came up with the following offer for me:
  1. A hospital in a 25k city, with 3 very big main cities in 1-2h distance, Leipzig, Hannover and Berlin.
  2. A hospital on which the Chefarzt is a hand surgeon
  3. One of the cheapest states in terms of rent
  4. A hospital with a very positive quality teaching culture with which he already had experience with and I could confirm that everything is true
  5. The hospital will pay me the FSP preparation course with 1 on 1 classes with a teacher that is actually a doctor and cover all costs related with the Approbation application
  6. They offered me accommodation in their "Wohnheim" for my first 6 months in Germany (I ended up not taking this because I found an apartment super quick and very cheap)
  7. Food and drink for free during these first 6 months in Germany
An overall unparalleled offer! Important to mention is that this offer was tailored to my specifications, so it was for this reason that I got so much being offered. My willingness to go somewhere more rural was also important to find an hospital willing to pay that much for my expenses. This isn't any sort of government programme, this was just the result of mister Holste negotiating with the hospital according to my own requirements.
And now the best of it all: all this is completely for free for the applicant! The hospitals pay the agent, so that we doctors don't have to pay anything.
As a final note in this section, I'll repeat once again that I don't earn a single cent with this. As you can see, the offer mister Holste got me is excellent and no other agency could even come close. I'm doing this because I trust him enough to be able to fully recommend him.
If you are looking for a job in Germany, whatever your wishes are in terms of geography, specialty, type of hospital or anything else, contact him and he will see what he can do for you. The best way to get in contact with him is to go to his website and use the contact formulary at the bottom of the main page. Please bear in mind that he understands English but doesn't feel comfortable speaking it, so if you contact him in English, he will ask his son to translate the message for him and then he will schedule a phone call with you on which his son is present and helps with translations. This might take a bit more time because his son is quite busy at the moment. Either way, you will always get an answer, doesn't matter if you contact him in German or English.

3. What lead me to accept an offer in a small, rural city in eastern Germany
Firstly, there's something all of us looking for a residency job in Germany need to understand and ultimately accept: during our first 1-2 years in Germany as foreign trained doctors, our application will always be inferior to the application of a native German, German trained doctor. There's no way around this. If you believe otherwise, you need to change your mindset a bit. There are over 10000 German graduates every year, that speak the language perfectly (or don't speak German at all, yes, looking at you people in Bayern xD), know the ins and outs of the healthcare system like the palms of their hands because they got to train there for 3 years and used some of these 3 years of med school to establish contacts, network, doing Famulaturen here and there, so the heads of department know them, know what they are capable of and ultimately trust them to carry out the job more or less well. We foreign applicants don't have anything of that. Take my example, I reached a C1 level but still don't fully feel comfortable with the language, I have no idea how their healthcare system works, have close to zero independent clinical practice and I didn't set one single foot in Germany until now. There's no way I could compete with Germans.
Okay, I don't want to demotivate you and tell you it is impossible to find a competitive job in a bigger city right of the bat, because I would be lying. There are opportunities and there will always be. The way I like to look at this is the following:
Chasing a moonshot vs going the surest way and work your way up.
You might apply to a big city, competitive hospital, competitive specialty and get lucky because you were at the right place, at the right time and the Chefarzt actually liked you enough to offer you a job. This is definitely not impossible. But let's think about the true implications:
  1. You will be in the middle of a team full of Germans, most of the times in the middle of a cut throat hyper competitive environment on which you will be one of the worst, or even the worst doctor there due to your need for a bigger than normal adaptation period and lack of enough language skills/confidence with the language to get you out of conflict situations
  2. You will spend a crazy amount of rent, most likely for a small, sub par, poorly localised apartment
  3. The likelihood of having to face bad work conditions, too much unpaid overtime, too many shifts is higher because the hospital doesn't have to take any efforts to keep you happy, knowing that they can replace you tomorrow
  4. Bigger hospitals definitely don't correlate with teaching quality because the bigger the department, the more hectic it is and the more residents it has, competing for patients/procedures, with attending doctors also competing for procedures and not caring about teaching residents
  5. In the case of university hospitals, on top of all the hyper competitive mentality, there are still students to be taught and research to be done, 2 more things that will pile up on an already very difficult start
  6. And let's face it, you won't have the time you wished you had to really enjoy what the city has to offer because you need to work more hours than normal and study a lot at home if you want to work on your weaknesses.
So, in my honest opinion and from what I could gather over the years speaking with people who have done/are doing residency in Germany, the safest bet to smoothly start one's career in Germany as a doctor is to settle for something smaller at the beginning, somewhere where you won't be the odd one and somewhere that is used to have foreigners in early years of residency, so that the transition can be a bit smoother and the demands won't suffocate you due to language/healthcare system knowledge struggles.
So, lastly, why eastern Germany? Sure, not the most developed states in Germany and not the most attractive ones, especially Sachsen due to all the political stuff that is going on there. But there are also positives in looking for jobs here:
  1. Germans tend to not apply as much in eastern Germany, with the exceptions of Berlin and Leipzig
  2. A bigger overall job offer, even in more competitive specialties because students who studied at eastern German universities tend to move away
  3. More hospitals willing to accept foreign graduates due to an overall lack of doctors created by points 1 and 2.
  4. You will save a ton of money in rent, money that you could invest in improving your CV in terms of courses/congresses/whatever, which in turn will help you become a stronger candidate at more competitive specialties/hospitals/cities
From my personal experience and knowledge, the people I know who got into very competitive specialties, did get it in eastern Germany, all of them. One guy in dermatology in Brandenburg, one guy in neurosurgery at the university hospital in Dresden, one guy in ophthalmology in Magdeburg, 2 close friends of mine in ENT near Rostock, even one guy that started plastic surgery in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and then luckily moved to Berlin. All foreigners and non German graduates. I agree the sample size is small but I think it is enough to get the pattern. There will be more opportunities where Germans find it less attractive to live in.
So, if you are aiming for something a bit more competitive than IM or general surgery, definitely consider eastern Germany. Getting the foot in the door of the specialty is the most important step. Once you have experience in the field, you automatically become a way stronger candidate and more doors will open in more developed, western states.
As a bottom line, eastern Germany isn't a bad idea at all and it is the door that will be open the most to start your career in Germany.
As a finishing note after such a long post, I'm open to any questions that you guys might have :)
Depending on the interest that this post will arise in terms of the recruitment agency I used, we could organise an AMA with Mr Holste and you guys could ask him questions directly. Let me know if you guys would be interested and then I'll organise that :)
Hope this helps!
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