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  1. Anyone know a lot about home theater set ups? I'm trying to plan one at this time. I don't know a whole lot about it. The wife wants to get a couch and a new entertainment center first. So I'll be researching/planning for a bit. I'm going to use it for a bit of everything. I play Xbox Series X and PS5. My TV only has 1 HDMI 2.1 connection. I've considered getting an HDMI 2.1 AV receiver so I don't have to keep changing out the HDMI cord from one system to the other. I figure I need a receiver for speakers anyway. The problem being they're obviously very expensive at this point. Are there any cheaper options on the horizon? I've read a lot about Dolby Atmos surround sound--I'm hoping to do a system for that. I'm thinking 3 front speakers, 2 side speakers and 2 ceiling/height speakers along with 1-2 subwoofers. Perhaps a silly question, but how does the wiring work for the ceiling speakers and the side speakers in regards to how you connect them to the receiver? For the ceiling I assume you run the wire through the ceiling and down the wall? For the sides--do you run the cords across the room? Are there quality/reliable wireless options? Any recommendations on Speakers/Subwoofers/Receivers? Thanks. It's a ton to learn/figure out.
  2. I've been pleased with it. The story is intriguing and you jump straight into the action. It feels very similar to FarCry 5 in terms of gameplay. I'm only a few hours in, been finishing up Jedi Fallen Order, which I just beat this morning. Hoping to put some miles on Far Cry the next few days.
  3. I think there are two separate points that are both valid. 1. Gruden did bad. Very bad. And most organizations are going to fire someone that is high up in their organization over this time of revelation. 2. The NFL has a clear double standard. Guys do beat their wives and get to play again. Guys can be arrested for DUI's and busted for substance abuse and no issue. Murder trials: Back on the field. 20 something sexual assault claims--still collecting a paycheck. They're going to host rappers that sing--well, if you don't know what snoop and dre sing, go to youtube. But their songs are absolutely mysoganistic. And the NFL is willing to look the other way here. But #2 has no impact on #1. Gruden did some bad stuff and deserves to be fired. The NFL needs to do some deep soul searching on #2. But Gruden should be fired regardless.
  4. I picked him up everywhere I can. Starting him in a couple leagues where I don't have a lot of options. I worry about the Rams matchup. I also worry they may spread the carries out. I'm starting him over Gaskin, Damien Harris, SF RB's, Michael Carter. I think he's just behind guys like Jacobs, Edmonds, Mike Davis and even Damien Williams
  5. Again, you're making the conclusion that this is a change in behavior. Doctors are doing what doctors have always done in this instance. We don't do a surgery that puts you in a position to fail. What happened is nothing new. Medicine has been done this way for a long time. You just don't know anything about it.
  6. 99.8% is of everyone. It's certainly higher in transplant patients. They're not the same as the average population. So that's a terrible comparison. Also: You don't just get to choose to have a surgery and a doctor has to honor your wishes. A doctor has to agree that the surgery will help you or save you. Doing kidney transplants in unvaccinated patients just puts them at way higher risk to die than their risk of death prior to the transplant. People have never been able to say "I want a transplant, I have an organ" and no questions are asked. But please: keep showing me you don't know what you're talking about.
  7. You're so smart. No one dies from not getting a kidney transplant. So they're not killing them. Obviously, you don't know what you're talking about. I would argue putting someone on immunosuppressant drugs during a pandemic who doesn't have the vaccine is much more akin to killing them. Everytime you post about this, you demonstrate you haven't the slightest clue. How are you not embarrassed to continue down this path?
  8. Don’t know. Don’t care. Immunocompromised people die from infections. That’s not really a debatable point.
  9. Sorry, I read fractional shares and ETF's/MF's and jumped to the conclusion you were looking to do DRIP. I don't know how to do that. If you're talking hundreds of dollars per period, you can still invest in full shares of ETF's. Mutual funds have the gawdy requirements.
  10. Yep. This is the key. A lot of people have been saying it. They just don't seem to have the confidence in him to feed him. Whatever the reason may be. I was a believer last year. But I've been convinced and sold my shares.
  11. For the price, I think it's fine. I'm getting out of the Miles Sanders business where I can. If he has a good game or 2, I'd send out offers for different backs.
  12. Montgomery/Kittle. I don't think the gap between Montgomery and Mixon is that large. I assume Kittle has to get going at some point and should be a nice upgrade over Fant.
  13. Far Cry 6 out today! Gonna pick it up after work. Can't wait! Guardians of the Galaxy later this month.
  14. Most services have a "DRIP" program that automatically does what you're asking. This should have info you need: https://us.etrade.com/e/t/estation/esdivenroll
  15. This. A lot of people decided their beliefs a long time ago. And they think their views are dogma. They aren't open to the possibility their beliefs could be wrong. They choose politicians that say what they want to hear. They reject those that don't. This was shown to be true at a Trump rally recently where he was booed for encouraging vaccination.
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