Welcome Back to the most DEMANDING game mode NOITA has to offer.
In this video I am going to SPEEDRUN it ?!
Think I can beat the game before you hit the like button?
This is my PB in Noita speedrunning right now. Just felt like posting it here 🙂
How much ya wanna bet people do that too?
Tide goes in, tide goes out… you can’t explain that. :kappa:
“Shop ’til you drop” might not play as well this year…
While it is common financial advice to not spend beyond your means, surveys claim that people plan on spending less during holidays this year.
However, the same survey finds that they plan to spend about as much on gifts as last year.
Historically, Americans spend over a thousand dollars on debt based purchases during the holiday season.
Holiday spending forecasts predict a lower than average increase in spending, about 1.5%, where the average is 4.1%.
This year, Thanksgiving is on the 26th of November.
Post Thanksgiving holiday shopping is expected to drag on longer than ever this year.
By Michael Carver
November 25th, 2020 5:55 PM
Featured Image Credit: “shopping 2” by wolfgangfoto is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0
Wasn’t there a Dr. Who episode about that winter?
What’s that got to do with the price of tea in China?
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Citing a significant increase in Covid cases and staff exposure, the Saint Charles City-County Library system will move to curbside only service.
Outreach services and parking lot WiFi internet access will still be offered. However, the Kathryn Linnemann branch is still closed due to flood damage.
This library system has been up and running since 1973.
Curbside service isn’t, however, meant to function like a drive thru. The system asks that you place books on hold in advance and you will be notified when you can come.
Saint Charles County has recently been on about snakes.
In 1988, voters agreed to a 5 cent tax increase, partly, to help fund the library.
By Michael Carver
November 21st, 2020 9:01 AM
Featured Image Credit: “Wall of Books” by benuski is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0