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حتی اگر قبلا در یکی از این سایت ها حساب باز کرده باشید و بخواهید با همان ایمیل در سایت تاک تیک،حساب باز کنید ، با اروور ایمیل تکراری مواجه خواهید شد.

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همانطور که قبلا در مورد این سایت های زیرمجموعه امیرشقاقی توضیح داده بودیم به هیچ وجه پیشنهاد برای عضویت در این سایت ها نمیکنیم.

اگر به دنبال بهترین سایت های شرط بندی هستید، مجموعه ما عضویت در بهترین سایت های شرط بندی جهانی را به شما اموزش داده است و تمام روش های شارژ و برداشت در این سایت ها را به شما اموزش داده است.
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He’s also just really, really bad at teaching. He straight up told me “I don’t know how to teach you this” when I tried to ask for help. I hate this, someone please save me ;~;
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2021.12.06 14:15 AGullibleperson [Bollywood]: The Justice4SSR Saga: An actor's death that leads to conspiracy theories, media circuses and cult-ish behaviour.

[This writeup is a rewrite of my previous post.]
Warnings: suicide, 1 mention of rape
Before getting into the utter shitfest that was the Justice4SSR saga, I want to provide some context and basic information so that the rest of the writeup is easy enough to follow (I’m also going to be throwing around a lot of terms and acronyms here but further explanations will be provided), so bear with me here:
Firstly, Sushant Singh Rajput [acronym: SSR] was a Bollywood actor best known for his roles in a number of critically acclaimed Hindi films such as MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! and Kai Po Che. He was also a three-time nominee for the Filmfare awards, one of the most prestigious film events in India. Despite the fact that he had only acted in around 16 films, Sushant was a familiar face in the Bollywood industry and had his own loyal following of fans. An average Bollywood film enthusiast would have told you that he had a promising career ahead of him.
However, on the 14th of June, 2020, Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his apartment at Bandra, Mumbai. The Mumbai Police ruled his death as a suicide, and his postmortem reports confirmed this, detailing his cause of death as ‘asphyxia due to hanging’.
Several prominent figures, including Prime Minister Modi, expressed their shock at his passing. Many also emphasised the need to bring awareness to mental health in Indian society after Sushant’s therapist broke confidentiality to reveal that he had been suffering from depression.
In the days following his death, people connected to Sushant were summoned to record their statements to the Mumbai Police. During this time, calls for the investigation to be transferred to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), India’s top investigative agency, gained prominence on social media when people began to suspect foul play in his death.
On July 28 2020, Sushant’s father filed a case against Rhea Chakraborthy, Sushant’s girlfriend, under various sections of the Indian Penal Code including ‘punishment for criminal breach of trust' and ‘abetment of suicide’.
The investigation pertaining to Sushant’s death was later transferred to the CBI, who soon involved the Enforcement Directorate (who investigate financial crimes) to look into instances of ‘money laundering' in the case. They found nothing. The Narcotics Control Bureau was also called in to investigate ‘the drug angle’ that emerged during the investigation. (More on the above later.) Because of this, Rhea Chakraborty was arrested and later released on bail after probes showed that she had procured some drugs for Sushant.
In October, The All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) examined the autopsy report that had been submitted to the police earlier, and reaffirmed that Sushant’s death was a suicide.
Opportunism f.t the Media and Others:-
The Media:

The issue is blown out of proportion in media. Media channels are examining and cross-examining all the witnesses in the case. Petitioner has already been convicted by the media even before foul play in the death of Sushant Singh Rajput is established.
Extreme trauma and infringement of privacy of the rights of the petitioner is caused due to constant sensationalisation of this case.
-Rhea Chakraborty in an affidavit.
Initial media reports after Sushant’s death emphasised the need of spreading awareness about mental health in Indian society. Take a look at the major talking point of this debate, for example: “Sushant's death leaves India stunned. Shouldn't we focus more on mental health? |The Newshour Debate.”
However, the Indian media being… well, the Indian media, this ‘concern’ over mental health and rising suicide rates soon took a backseat, and baseless speculation and gossip over other reasons why Sushat had ‘decided to take such a drastic step’ occupied the spotlight. Some news outlets even explicitly claimed that Sushant‘s depression couldn’t have led him to suicide. Take a look at this: “Sushant Singh Rajput's 4 Unseen Videos Slam 'Depression Theory' | The Debate With Arnab Goswami”. This discrediting of actual facts hence marked the beginning of the vigorous and sometimes outright bizarre reporting on the SSR case by the Indian media that many have termed a ‘media circus’.
Having said that, simply using the term ‘Indian media’ and leaving it at that would be an oversimplification, especially when you consider the fact that some news outlets spent a much longer time reporting on the case as compared to others. The most notable of these outlets include Republic TV, Aaj Tak and Times Now- take a look at these two graphs:
Graph I: Arnab Goswami of Republic TV spent 65% of his time on the SSR case.
Graph II: Anjana Kashyap of Aaj Tak spent 81% of her time on the SSR case.
This unnecessarily excessive coverage had prompted people to speculate that the outlets may have been doing this to divert the public from paying attention to recent instances of government controversy. Modi and his party had been getting increasingly criticised for their poor handling of the pandemic, and it was speculated that these outlets may have been reporting on the SSR case to prevent the public from paying the necessary attention to this criticism.
But I digress- the following are some of the major theories/conspiracies that channels like Republic TV and Times Now have popularised:
1.The Nepotism Theory:
Nepotism is a practice that is undeniably common in the Bollywood industry. Prominent directors like Karan Johar launch actors and actresses with parents who are already popular within the industry, providing them with a platform to further their career while ignoring those without any connections to such figures.
The basic idea behind the nepotism theory was that Sushant had been driven to suicide by ‘star-kids’ like Alia Bhatt (daughter of director Mahesh Bhatt) and Sonam Kapoor (daughter of actor Anil Kapoor) who had bullied and orcatrized him.
Sushant’s reputation as a newcomer who entered the Bollywood industry without prior connections with popular figures made this theory seem possible. However, possibility is one thing- news outlets knew that if they wanted an average viewer to take them seriously, they would’ve had to provide some proof of their claims. And they did. Kind of.
“Why would you say kill?! I can understand marry or hookup but why would you say kill?!” thundered Arnab Goswami of Republic TV in one of his many prime-time debates relating to the suicide. Here, he dissects an episode of a talk show called Koffee with Karan (hosted by Karan Johar) where Alia Bhatt plays the drinking game ‘Kill, Marry or Hookup’. He concludes that Alia’s decision to ‘kill’ Sushant as a part of the game showed that she was a callous woman who had driven Sushant to suicide.
Believe it or not, this ‘nepotism angle’ was probably the tamest of all the angles and theories that Arnab and his ilk had come up with, because in mid-July, things took a drastic turn for the worse when Sushant’s father lodged a case against Rhea Chakraborty.
2. The ‘Money Laundering’ Angle:
The case surrounding Sushant’s death was perfect for the news media being that it had all the elements of a typical Bollywood crime thriller movie which was certain to draw public attention. However, until July, what this ‘crime thriller’ lacked was a villain.
Enter Rhea Chakraborty. After the case was filed against her, the media, and by extension, the public, finally had someone to dump all their anger and frustration on, and thus, the witch hunt began.
Rhea was depicted as a controlling girlfriend who had coerced Sushant into falling in love with her using ‘dark magic’ so that she could use him for money. The media also accused Rhea of ‘giving Sushant depression’ and separating him from his family.
Look at this. Here, Rhea is photoshopped to be putting her arms above what appears to be a dark crystal ball with Sushant’s face on it. The caption reads ‘Rhea’s Black Magic on Sushant’. Here's another picture. Here, A black and white photo of Sushant and Rhea acts as a backdrop, with a streak of red covering a part of the picture. ‘Love, Sex and Betrayal’ the caption reads.
Several reporters camped outside her house and harassed the security personnel. Anyone seen entering or exiting the building had cameras shoved in front of their faces and questions thrown at them. An example of this was the harassment of a food deliverer (clip) who had been seen outside Rhea’s apartment.
During the course of the CBI investigation, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) was called in to investigate the above allegations of money laundering and fraud made against Rhea. They did not find anything substantial.
However, the media continued their vilification, creating more and more outlandish theories with Rhea at the centre. One of these was a theory involving Disha Salian.
3. The Disha Salian Conspiracy:
Disha Salian was a manager who worked for a talent management company. She had once worked for Sushant and had died of suicide a week before him. The media were quick to link these two incidents together, and thus arose a new conspiracy theory created by a man named Prashant Kumar. He shared this theory with Republic TV in a prime time debate.
The following are the claims made by Prashant:
The theory sounds like something out of a shitty soap opera. Moreover, there is no proof of any of these claims, something which the creator of the theory himself admits to, also saying that “शायद ऐसा कुछ हुआ हो....या ना भी हुआ हो” (translation: Perhaps something like this has happened… or not happened at all). Disha’s post-mortem reports show no signs of sexual assault, invalidating this entire theory, and Disha’s parents have pleaded with the public to stop tarnishing their daughter’s reputation.
However, the pleas of Disha’s parents, who had only recently lost their daughter, seemed to have fallen on deaf ears. Republic TV invited Prashant Kumar onto their show and dedicated an entire debate to discussing this theory despite the fact that a simple fact-check would have proved the theory false.
4. The ‘Drug Mafia’ Theory:
Drug use is not an uncommon thing in the Bollywood industry- It is a well-known fact that Sanjay Dutt, a famous actor, used to be a drug addict. Other actors have also been caught procuring drugs for themselves.
The media speculated that perhaps, drug use could have led to Sushant’s death. There are several variations to this single ‘drug use’ theory, but the basic idea is the following:
The media used Whatsapp chat leaks from 2017 to prove that prominent figures in the Bollywood industry used drugs. This was most probably done to provide their theory of a Bollywood drug mafia with some level of actual credibility. One notable figure was actress Deepika Padukone, who was declared to be a key player in this ‘drug cartel’ from old chat leaks that showed her asking her manager for hash.
This single theory spiralled into further madness- Here’s an example:
Subramania Swami, a Member of Parliament, claimed that Sushant was killed by hitmen from Dubai due to Sushant’s involvement in money laundering and drug smuggling.
Of course, no major discourse can take place in India without the media somehow dragging in Pakistan. Claims of Pakistani drug organisations directly supplying drugs to Bollywood were made.
The media had a field-day with these theories, conducting debates after debates ‘exposing’ the Bollywood mafia. These debates (as usual) were filled with anchors fighting with their own panellists and using highly derogatory language. A bizarre outburst by Arnab Goswami who works for Republic TV, where he continuously repeats the following, perfectly sums up their behaviour:
-Arnab Goswami in a debate. (Clip)
[I recommend you watch the clip.]
Things got so bad that leading Bollywood actors and production houses had to file a lawsuit against Republic TV and Times Now to get them to stop their smear campaign:
“The channels used "highly derogatory words and expressions for Bollywood", said the producers, listing terms like "dirt", "filth", "scum" and "druggies" used over the past few months.
The producers also complained about the channels using provocative expressions like -- "It is Bollywood where the dirt needs to be cleaned"; "All the perfumes of Arabia cannot take away the stench and the stink of this filth and scum of the underbelly of Bollywood"; "This is the dirtiest industry in the country"; and "Cocaine and LSD-drenched Bollywood".
The Impact of the Media:
The media had unarguably played a major role in the sensationalisation of this case. They constantly discredited the Mumbai Police, ran smear campaigns against Rhea Chakraborty and contributed to the harassment of several people, as well as provided platforms for opportunists to spread misinformation.
Most importantly, however, is the failure of the media to bring awareness to actual issues that were plaguing the country at the time:
While some of the above issues did receive media attention, many are still of the opinion that the media could have spent much more time on them. Instead of having sensitive and nuanced discourse about mental health and how it can affect even the most successful of people, the media turned Sushant’s death into a circus, concocting outlandish and baseless theories that many people bought into.
Moreover, the SSR saga gave legitimacy and credence to news anchors like Arnab Goswami and Sudhir Chaudhary. Here is a translated image of a chart that Chaudhary once displayed and spoke about on air, which features things like ‘movies and songs jihad’ and ‘land jihad’. People who truly brought into Arnab’s conspiracy theories began to buy into several other conspiracies he propagated- for them, Arnab was something like a messiah- a lone man fighting against the entire ‘Bollywood mafia’ and a man who never hesitated to stand with what was right. This image, obviously, was far from who he truly was.

The Opportunists:
The sensationalism and popularity that surrounded the SSR case ensured that anyone who contributed to this popularity would get popular themselves. We can observe this with Ishkaran Bhandari and Vibhor Anand- both of them are advocates who have been very outspoken about the case. Bhandari has presently racked up more than 150k subscribers on YouTube, while Anand had been invited onto news channels as a panelist until he was arrested by the Mumbai police for spreading fake news.
Political parties including the BJP have attempted to make use of the public support for SSR to gain votes in the Bihar state elections. Ahead of the Bihar polls, they released this poster. [translation: We have not forgotten, and we won’t let them forget!”].
A self-proclaimed ‘paranormal expert’ who runs a YouTube channel under the name of ‘Huff Paranormal’ created a video in July 2020 titled ‘Sushant Singh Rajput Spirit Box Session. HE SPEAKS, CLEARLY and it is BEAUTIFUL!’. As of August 2021, the video remains his most popular, with above 11 million views.
However, excluding the media, one person who has probably gained from this case the most is Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut.
Enter Kangana:
I am a thinker by nature and my X ray vision can’t help but penetrate every matter to it’s depths, explore it not just mentally or intellectually but also metaphysically and spiritually, my analogies and observations are unsettling for many dimwits here so I will stop now ha ha
-Kangana Ranaut on Twitter
Kangana Ranaut is a well-known Bollywood actress and four-time winner of the National Film Awards. She joined Twitter in August of 2020 under the handle ‘@KanganaTeam’ and released a video message where she said the following:
This year, I have seen the power of social media. I have seen how the entire world came together to fight for Sushant Singh Rajput and have won. So, this makes me feel positive about its power to bring the reforms we want for a new India. So, this is why I have joined social media. I need your support in this journey, and I am looking forward to this journey to build new relationships.
However, if you attempt to visit her twitter page today, you’ll be greeted with this message. Kangana was banned from Twitter in May 2021 for violating the Hateful Conduct and Abusive Behaviour policy. Today, in addition to her acting skills, she is also known for her controversial and sometimes bizarre outbursts on Twitter. Here are a few examples:
But I digress- Kangana also played an integral role in the SSR case. She made her appearance in ‘Nation Wants to Know’- a prime-time show on Republic TV hosted by Arnab Goswami. There, she claimed that Sushant’s death was a ‘murder’,accused big producers, directors, and film-makers by calling them a part of the ‘movie mafia’, who had ‘systematically sabotaged’ SSR’s career and attempted to get him out of the industry.
Kangana continued to appear on Republic TV with newer interviews, and it can be said that she played a key role in shifting the narrative from genuine issues like mental health and nepotism to ideas of a ‘movie mafia’ and ‘Medellin cartel’. She called Rhea Chakraborty a ‘small time druggie’ and subtly accused Deepika Padukone among others, of taking drugs.
Many people also believe that Kangana used the platforms provided to her for her own gains- in her initial interview on ‘Nation Wants to Know’, she spent a considerable amount of time talking about her own struggles and achievements instead of ‘justice for Sushant’.
As the SSR case moved out of the spotlight, Kangana’s role in the saga effectively came to an end. So, where is she now? After her Twitter ban, Kangana migrated to Instagram where she promptly called another actor a cockroach.
Today, she continues to work in the Bollywood film industry, and is considered to be an... outspoken individual who occasionally sparks controversy with her statements on social media.

The online campaign to bring ‘justice to Sushant’ is perhaps the central aspect of the whole SSR case. In many ways, the media have played an integral role in keeping this campaign alive- they had provided a platform for people to air their theories, and continuously reported about the case even when there were much bigger problems plaguing the country.
When the news of SSR’s death broke, users on Twitter and other social media platforms initially reacted with shock and grief- the death of a young actor who undoubtedly had a promising career ahead of him was nothing short of heartbreaking. However, when the media began to shift the narrative towards theories of mafias, drugs and a controlling girlfriend, social media followed.
People who wished to bring Sushant ‘justice’ soon organised themselves into groups- together, they called themselves the ‘SSR Warriors’- some also used the term ‘SSRians’. Organising themselves into a single group was not something difficult to achieve- after all, this was the age of the internet. Facebook and Telegram groups with tens of thousands members were quickly established, all of them with a single goal in mind- bringing justice to Sushant.
Take a look at these.
To join one of these groups, users are subjected to a series of questions. “Are you a fan of the late SSR?”, “Do you seek truth and justice for SSR?” are some of them. Once you fill out the form, the group admins will review it- if they find your answers satisfactory, they’ll let you in.
A typical day in one of these groups looks like this: an admin or some other user will post a few pictures of Sushant, captioned with something along the lines of ‘Sushant has still not gotten justice’. Sometimes, they post pictures of Rhea, calling for her arrest. Other members of the group will quickly comment on these posts with messages like ‘Miss you Sushant’. Conspiracy theories and news articles are also posted on occasion, and receive high engagement.
On Telegram, a group of users will organise a ‘trend activity’. A single tagline like ‘Truth4Sushant’ is provided to the other users, and they are instructed to Tweet using these tags to get it on the Twitter trending list for visibility.
On Twitter, users are scattered across the platform. They are easy to mistake as bots- they have no identifying information on their bios, their profile pictures are simply stock photos of Sushant, and they tweet and retweet only about him, that too, several times a day.

The Internet Conspiracies:
The SSRians mainly peddled the conspiracies promoted by the media, however, that does not mean that they did not have any bizarre theories of their own. Let’s take a look:
In September 2020, the Indian government banned people from being able to access 118 mobile apps with ‘Chinese connections’. Among these apps was PUBG Mobile- a video game with more than 175 million downloads in India. People were understandably upset.
A few days later, Akshay Kumar, a Bollywood actor, tweeted a promo poster for an Indian version of PUBG called ‘FAU-G’. This was allegedly an app created as a contribution to Prime Minister Modi’s ‘Make In India’ campaign, and was generally well-received. However, the SSRians reacted differently.
It started when people dug up this post. Here, Sushant said that he was attempting to learn video game coding from Khan Academy. People ‘connected the two dots’ and came to the conclusion that Akshay Kumar had killed Sushant and had stolen his idea of the FAU-G gaming app.
Akshay Kumar Educational Qualification was college dropout. So who developed FAUG gaming?
I don’t think you are intelligent like Sushant.
You haven’t stolen SSR’s code, have you?
-An SSRian on Twitter
People began to harass Akshay Kumar and the original developers of the app, and things got so bad that the company credited with creating the app had to approach the Bombay High Court, who issued an order telling people to stop claiming that the app was Sushant’s brainchild.
2. The Covid-19 Patent:
On August 9 2020, Aaditya Thackeray (from the Disha Salian conspiracy), son of the Chief Minister of Maharashtra and a politician himself, tweeted that the Maharashtra government was testing an AI-based Covid Detection kit. One of Sushant’s relatives claimed to have heard that Sushant was working on some technology related to the coronavirus, and hence, a conspiracy theory that connected several unrelated events came to be.
Was this what Sushant was working on? Was this his patent? If so, how did it come into your hands? Sushant was very excited about the patent and was discussing it with several experts on Zoom. How did you get this? Who gave it to you!
-A journalist on Twitter.
People claimed that Aaditya Thackeray and Akshay Kumar had stolen Sushant’s patent, and began harassing them online. Finally, the original company credited with developing this ‘voice based covid test’ had to come out and clarify that their company was founded by Vishal Gondal- NOT Sushant Singh Rajput.
3. The Dark Web, Child Murder and Adrenochrome:
The following is another popular theory that borrows an aspect from Pizzagate and QAnon:
“Sushant Singh Rajput was killed after he busted a gang of Bollywood insiders who trafficked children, tortured and killed them to extract ‘Adrenochrome’ from their tears. The chemical made the celebrities look young.”
People who have been accused of being a part of this ‘child-killing ring’ include Salman Khan (who you may remember from this writeup) and Jacqueline Fernandes. This theory emerged from Advocate Vibhor Anand, who has been credited with the creation of several other conspiracy theories relating to the SSR case. Anand claimed that Bollywood had a part to play in the kidnapping of children in Mumbai. He was eventually banned from Twitter, but his followers had created groups on Telegram and allegedly, on ‘free-speech platform’ Parler as well.
Some people have gone even further with this theory- They claim that after Sushat busted the ‘child-killing ring’, the Bollywood gang members killed him and live streamed his murder on The Dark Web with the help of gangster Dawood Ibrahim.
Dear SSRians,
The murder of SSR, Disha Salian, and the Minor Girl was Live Streamed on Dark Web across the world.
This is the reason why Sushant was Brutally beaten up before his death and all these Bollywood Actors enjoyed the Live Killing of Sushant.
-Advocate Vibhor Anand on Twitter.
These theories were weaponised- anyone and everyone the SSRians believed to be an ‘Adrenochrome-consumer’ were brutally harassed and trolled on Twitter so that they would “remember their place”. Facebook posts encouraged people to boycott actors and their movies. We can see the effect of this widespread anti-Bollywood sentiment with the release of Sadak 2’s trailer and the dislikes the video received.
4. Sushant will Return:
Though this theory is thankfully not that widespread, it still exists. Some people have used video ‘evidence’ to claim and hope that Sushant is still alive and that he will return on the anniversary of his death (i.e, 14 June 2021).

The Impact of the Internet Cult:
People who dared to contradict the claims made by the SSRians were brutally slandered. The doctors who conducted Sushant’s post-mortem were doxxed and harassed. From demanding that the doctors’ medical licenses be cancelled to calling for the shutdown of the hospital, the harassers did not spare anyone.
Rhea Chakraborty was not spared either. Her posts on social media were littered with abuse and death threats. Some called for her to get the death penalty. Support for Rhea did exist, however, it was scarce. On July 31, 2020, a teary-eyed Rhea issued a video statement:
I have immense faith in God and the Judiciary. I believe that I will get justice. Even though a lot of horrible things are being said about me in the electronic media, I refrain from commenting on the advice of my lawyers, as the matter is sub-judice. Satyamev Jayate. The truth shall prevail.
-Rhea’s video statement.
Several smaller Bollywood actors also became targets of misinformation. A video, claiming that actor Suraj Pancholi (from the Disha conspiracy) had attempted to disguise himself as a police officer to destroy evidence at Sushant’s home, made rounds on Twitter.
Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, was targeted on Twitter after SSRians saw that Sushant’s Wikipedia page recorded his cause of death as ‘suicide’. Wales eventually tweeted this in response:
Dear fans of Sushant Singh Rajput, Wikipedia is based on reliable sources, not twitter campaigns.
Discuss with me here:- Jimmy Wales on Twitter
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2021.12.06 14:15 ContemplatingChorizo One month progress - Three alocasias

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2021.12.06 14:15 lakishaloves2plan 🎄 #PASSIONPLANNER #PLANWITHME Week of DEC 6th-12TH | DEK DESIGNS

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2021.12.06 14:15 magdy-abdelsalam-67 الكرملين: "الأخبار الكاذبة" قد تعقد محادثات بوتين وبايدن

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2021.12.06 14:15 thaddius Analogue Pocket and Special Cartridge and Accessory Compatibility

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2021.12.06 14:15 momo19933 A extensão da moeda física já havia sido anunciada no dia 24 de maio deste ano, sendo que o Banco Central definiu as diretrizes para a criação da moeda digital de forma a acompanhar a evolução tecnológica da economia no país. Por: Priscila Marques #BancoCentral #Destaque #Dinheirovirtual #Econom...

A extensão da moeda física já havia sido anunciada no dia 24 de maio deste ano, sendo que o Banco Central definiu as diretrizes para a criação da moeda digital de forma a acompanhar a evolução tecnológica da economia no país. Por: Priscila Marques #BancoCentral #Destaque #Dinheirovirtual #Econom... submitted by momo19933 to jornalomaringa [link] [comments]

2021.12.06 14:15 cryptowonga Undelegate Luna from Terra station - message "You dont have enough balance. Please adjust either the amount or the fee"

Hi - i am trying to undelegate and get the above message. Has anyone else had this issue and provide some guidance on how i can deal with this? I get that it takes 21 days to undelegate etc, but i cannot undelegate at the moment. Thanks
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2021.12.06 14:15 imissportgasdace [Timex] should I buy timex watch as first watch ?

I haven't bought an expensive watch before however I found one with solid reviews that looks nice. Its a timex supernova 41mm chrono and Silverstone stainless steal watch. It's currently on sale for 100$ anyone have any ideas if this watch is good couldn't find much about it online ?
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2021.12.06 14:15 Tooth-FilledVoid Humans come out onto the galactic stage. They have magic instead of technology though, and the Council has no idea how to react

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2021.12.06 14:15 amonome Seulgi

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2021.12.06 14:15 madmood1711 Has somebody got themself the Anycubic Mono 4K (first 1000 production models)?

I was wondering if you already got it or if the shop said 40-65 days to ship to your door
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