What can I install instead of a light fixture/ceiling fan?

2021.11.29 15:05 SunrayCompany What can I install instead of a light fixture/ceiling fan?

In our master bedroom, we have recessed lights around the perimeter of the room, and reading lights on each side of the bed. When we built the room, we had it wired for another light fixture in the center of the room, directly above the bed. After living in the house for a year, we still haven't installed a fixture, and don't really see the need for another light or a ceiling fan.
Is there anything else I can install in this box, apart from a light or a fan? I'd love to hear if there was something unique I could do with this instead of yet another light.
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2021.11.29 15:05 GameOnBrother Cyberpunk 2077 Issues Hurt CD Projekt's Profit

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2021.11.29 15:05 Agrossik Business vieš jak

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2021.11.29 15:05 notredshirtguy Starryai Cyberpunk

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2021.11.29 15:05 SzegedNewsBotka Áprilisig ingyenes a tramtrain, már a MÁV-rendelőben is oltanak az újabb akcióhéten, sajtófotó-kiállítás Sándorfalván – Szegedi Híradó, 2021. november 29.

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2021.11.29 15:05 doraconsumer what tøp song do you think is overrated

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2021.11.29 15:05 Username2749 update: It's time to start a revolution

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2021.11.29 15:05 jojomojoevilman 4 months in and we didn't voice or video call yet because I am not out.

I am 21, SO 27. We are 4 months in, and we sometimes send little voice messages every other day. He never pressures and actually never asks to hear my voice, maybe because he knows my situation.
Yesterday I told him I wish we can use our voices more and do our first call ever, and he sent me 3 long voice messages saying how he is getting comfortable with it and that we should do it.
But I couldn't send any back because I live with my family and I am in the closet and walls are paper thin. I just wish we can do it everyday :/ eventhough I am super anxious about my accent and how I will sound, but I guess we will never do it any time soon.
Any thoughts or tips?
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2021.11.29 15:05 theloop82 Hack electrical work on the front of Time Magazine.

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2021.11.29 15:05 NorthshoreFrank St. Joseph's Hall 1942 & 2021- Known as the heart of the Polish Community in Salem, MA

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2021.11.29 15:05 omargol1 Does it matter what side you sit on for the SEC Championship game?

Tickets are much cheaper on bama’s “side”. Will I be surrounded by elephant fans?
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2021.11.29 15:05 code_hunter_cc What is the explicit promise construction antipattern and how do I avoid it?

Javascript
I was writing code that does something that looks like:
function getStuffDone(param) { | function getStuffDone(param) { var d = Q.defer(); /* or $q.defer */ | return new Promise(function(resolve, reject) { // or = new $.Deferred() etc. | // using a promise constructor myPromiseFn(param+1) | myPromiseFn(param+1) .then(function(val) { /* or .done */ | .then(function(val) { d.resolve(val); | resolve(val); }).catch(function(err) { /* .fail */ | }).catch(function(err) { d.reject(err); | reject(err); }); | }); return d.promise; /* or promise() */ | });} | } Someone told me this is called the "deferred antipattern" or the "Promise constructor antipattern" respectively, what's bad about this code and why is this called an antipattern?
Answer link : https://codehunter.cc/a/javascript/what-is-the-explicit-promise-construction-antipattern-and-how-do-i-avoid-it
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2021.11.29 15:05 nicbentulan Frozen and powerpuff girls Battle in Megaville: Similar ice?

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2021.11.29 15:05 confanity For City Face

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2021.11.29 15:05 Bootyclapthunder [Resnick] The Washington Nationals will pay Max Scherzer $45 million to play for the Mets over the next three seasons.

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2021.11.29 15:05 woodstrist Why don't you """MAD""" yourself some bitches?

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2021.11.29 15:05 Lucas-Gallo I'm making a community tier list

The title is self explanatory. I was doing a lot of poles, but they said I needed to stop so here I am. Please tell me where would you put these characters in a tier list City Werewires (the ones in suits) Plugboy Werewerewire Swatchling Virovirokum Temmie Icon man Fommt the floppy disk Dummy Everyman Jigsaw Joe Kris master Ralsei master Susie master TP master Top chef Hacker Hathy Head Hathy Catti (I wanna see her as a darkner) Jockington Monster kid Snowy Rudy holiday (Noelle's dad) Pizzapants Blue ears The warrior Bratty Catty Father Alvin Onion Royal Guards Terry (Wow I didn't noticed how many characters are in this until now)
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2021.11.29 15:05 832slime DiscordArchives1 • r/DiscordArchives1

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2021.11.29 15:05 JosephStalin1953 history teacher extended due date of paper to the last day of the semester

god thank the lord i still have like two weeks to do this now (but i still have a presentation to make)
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2021.11.29 15:05 nicbentulan Does Vanellope from Wreck-It Ralph somewhat resemble Fei Fei from Over The Moon? I notice the outfit is a little similar.

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2021.11.29 15:05 ThaProtege Annoying "Samsung Free" on S10+

Every time I swipe my homescreen to the left (which apparently happens alot), it'll open some "Samsung Free TV Plus" and it's annoying. Bixby is already annoying (and unnecessary), now this constantly opening is annoying lol. How do I get rid of this? I have enough streaming platforms honestly don't even use this. Who even designs a phone to do this with this of all things? It just seems excessive.
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2021.11.29 15:05 LordZelgadis What is antiwork?

I've been reading a lot of threads and comments here and I notice a lot of confusion. Confusion about what antiwork means, why it's important and what we should do about it. I imagine this answer will vary a bit from person to person, region to region and country to country. However, I feel there is an overall common ground to be had here.
To understand antiwork, we need to lay some ground work and have a common understanding. So, that's where I'm starting.
Since I live in the USA and have only ever lived here, I can only lay things out from that perspective. That said, I'll do my best to make this understandable from a more generalized perspective.
While I imagine a lot of people are familiar with a lot of this, even people in this country are a bit ignorant of the facts behind much of this. This ignorance is, I believe, the root of things. So, this is where I'll truly start.
Education
People often believe that school is about education. Unfortunately, certain facts will allow us to draw a very different conclusion. I will state that not all schools in this country are the same. So, while not all things I point out will apply to all schools, some things are very much universal. I'll try to focus more on the universal aspects but we'll have some of the other too.
First and foremost, children have very little to any rights in this country. When you're a child, you have to obey your parents, teachers, store owners and anyone with any authority at all. You are ingrained with the knowledge that you have no choice. Now, if your parents are worth anything, they'll try to teach you to think for yourself and to do what you think is right, regardless of what an adult tells you. However, there's the catch 22 of children being ignorant due to a lack of experience and not always knowing what is best and most people aren't good parents. We'll get back to this later.
So, what do people learn in school? They learn math, science, history and (in our case) English, for the most part. We might also learn a tiny bit about a second or third language and introductions to some work related skills. The bulk of what we learn are trade skills or the foundation of trade skills. What's more important is what we don't learn. We don't learn to cook, clean, apply for jobs, deal with bureaucracy, how to socialize or anything really related to actually living. We certainly don't learn ethics or much in regards to higher thinking. You know, the kind of things that would make us actually good and educated people. After all, school is for making skilled workers, not well rounded functional adults.
This brings us back to ignorant adults. It's not a joke that most children are smarter than adults. This sounds very contradictory, does it not? How do we suddenly become stupid as adults? Well, this goes back to the problem of education. We aren't being educated, we're being brainwashed.
We don't just learn the course material in school. We also learn something else. Obedience. We're expected to obey teachers and staff at all times.
As if that wasn't enough, children attend school on a similar but earlier schedule as your typical 9-5 job. They legally have no choice, they have to attend school. Most teachers expect students to work (not learn; a lot of assignments were called "busy work" for a reason) throughout the class day with only about a 30-60 minute break for lunch (length varies by school) and even take a bit of that work home. It's literally called homework. Some even make students due janitorial and similar type of work completely unpaid.
On top of this, a large number of crazies even expect children to get part time jobs once they hit 14. They do the same work as an adult during those jobs but with less rights and less pay. Remember how children can't talk back to adults? That's the less rights part. What use are child labor laws, if the child is trained to be ignorant and obedient enough to not make use of them? It's not like their parents are there to watch over them, while they work, and protect them. Then, there's the part where they just straight up get paid less. Adults already don't get a living wage and children get even less; it's deplorable. So, basically, child slave labor. I mean, if you aren't being paid a living wage and aren't being given the freedom of choice, how are you not a slave at that point?
When looking closely at what you learn versus what you don't learn in public schools (and even private schools) you are basically being fed capitalist propaganda (you get most of this from history courses but a little sprinkled in from everywhere else) and (in a lot of cases) classist and racist propaganda (this is a little harder to explain but children not having any rights and being treated as less than human is a big part; segregation is still a thing and we got rid of the programs that were trying to desegregate us) on top of that, while physically being conditioned to accept the life of working for 9 to 5 slave wages with unpaid overtime, also known as homework.
As for some more of the less universal things, it's not uncommon for high schools to have guards and metal detectors. I wonder what else has those things (secured government facilities, you know, like prisons.) Even when they don't die from school shootings (a symptom of the poor mental health of children in schools to begin with,) many children either don't make it to adulthood or don't last past their 20s due to the built up stresses and trauma of having to go to school and then get a job, while being largely ignorant of actual survival skills. Of course, lack of access to basic necessities contributes a lot too.
The food at most grade schools is often literally worse than prison food. This has been confirmed by many former and current prison inmates. This isn't completely universal but it happens more often than not.
So, you have an environment that is often as bad or worse than a literal prison, you have capitalist propaganda and conditioning to become a slave and you aren't even being taught anything that is useful outside of a work environment. All this while being piled on with a level of work and stress that most adults couldn't even handle. The final nail in the coffin being expected to work part time jobs where you have less rights and less pay than an adult. All of this to pump out fresh ignorant adults ready and conditioned to work for slave wages, all the while, being too busy and ignorant to teach their own children any better or try to fix things.
As for college and such, none of that's free. You go in with the expectation that you'll actually learn useful things and be able to get a job that will allow you to earn enough to actually survive. What you get is more trade skills and a burden of debt that not even bankruptcy can get rid of. Honestly, it's just a tool to further enslave us at this point, unless you're one of the lucky few to somehow get a free ride. College should be free and there should be a larger availability of courses and a larger variety of courses. Knowledge shouldn't be kept behind immense paywalls.
Prison
There's a lot to say here. There's the laws that make it easy for poor and minorities to end up in prison in the first place, the awful conditions of prison, the awful exploitation of both prisoners and those that care for them. The legal system from top to bottom is a corrupt mess but, as important as that problem is, there's an even bigger root problem here. Prisoners are literally, constitutionally slaves. This is not a metaphor.
"Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penal_labor_in_the_United_States
It's there, in bold black and white (or other, if you use a custom color scheme.)
Prisoners are slaves. We can't fix what is broken until we get rid of slavery in all it's forms, including constitutionally legal slaves. This is just so wrong that we never fixed it.
Bring it back to schools basically being prisons where children have even less rights than literal, constitutional slaves and you see a bigger picture starting to emerge.
Jobs
This is just slavery by a different name. If you're working just to survive, you're already a slave. If you're working yourself to the bone and still not making enough to survive, welcome to the 99% of America. I don't think I have to elaborate too much on this particular topic since there's just so many threads about the injustices of the current economic system and work place but I had to at least mention it.
Basic Rights
While there are such things as a limit on resources, we haven't exactly hit capacity for this planet. While overpopulation is a thing and should be dealt with in a reasonable way, it doesn't justify making people suffer inhumane conditions. We have the resources to make certain rights available to the many, not just the few. These are those rights. Though, you could call these basic needs and you wouldn't be wrong.
Housing. The cure for the homeless is, first and foremost, a pair of house keys. John Oliver did a brilliant job of covering this in a recent episode of Last Week Tonight. The fact that a comedy show about news has more useful news than actual news shows is just one of many symptoms of how broken things are. As he pointed out in episode 237, it's a simple fix and would actually cost less than what homeless people currently cost us.
Healthcare. This is one of those things they use to enslave us. They lock healthcare behind a paywall and only some jobs actually enable us to have access to it. The rest of us are expected to either work ourselves harder or die. This is just cruel. There's so many problems with our current healthcare system but the fact we deny people access based on income is the biggest problem of all. Again, it costs us more in stuff like Emergency Room visits than preventative regular check ups would. So, even financially, it doesn't make sense to deny healthcare. This is on top of the outright cruelty of it. This isn't even talking about the problem from the side of those who work in healthcare.
Food. We throw away more than enough food every year to prevent starvation, not only in our own country but in a number of other countries. It's absolutely sickening that anyone in this country is underfed, much less starving.
Water, Electricity, Internet. If you don't recognize the importance of these three things to being a functional member of society, then I just don't have words for you. Water is a thing we all need just to survive. Electricity for things like heating/cooling/cooking/etc. Internet is such an important form of communication and as a source of knowledge and entertainment that the social and mental health advantages simply can't be ignored.
Entertainment. I realize some people are going to get their panties twisted over this but fun is an important form of stress relief and is very much vital to basic mental health. It is technically a subcategory to healthcare. A related note would be how the copyright and patent systems were supposed to support innovation, when in reality they inhibit innovation and support the existence of monopolies.
Freedom. Specifically, freedom from oppression and freedom of choice. The oppression of slave wages, actual slavery and the legal system that ensnares the majority of us. From police being the first to respond to things they shouldn't, like a mental health crisis, to laws that basically make it illegal to be homeless. Our whole legal system needs an overhaul. We should be free to live our lives how we want, so long as we aren't bringing actual harm to others.
Housing, healthcare and utilities should just straight up be free. In the case of internet access, we should be focused on getting 10 gigabit access rolled out to the whole country, yet we have areas with little or no internet access. This isn't right. The rest of them have been explained ad nauseam already by others.
Food and entertainment are a little tricky. Different people have different needs and some of these things can be straight up called a luxury. It's difficult to appropriately draw a line but some combination of basic income and free services should be applied to cover these.
Disability. I shouldn't have to make a special note here and just leave it included under the big umbrella of healthcare but it does, in fact, need specific mention. Disabled people are currently treated just as badly as homeless people. In fact, many homeless people also happen to be disabled, funny how that works out. The fact is people who aren't disabled can't even fathom how awful it can be to be disabled. What's worse is things that shouldn't count as a disability end up being one because of society's intolerance for those who function differently. Being left handed is practically a disability thanks to the lack of tools made to accommodate being left handed. It's not and shouldn't be counted as a disability but, functionally, it can be. That's just a sad aside for this whole thing. A lot of people who are disabled live tortured existences. The torture can come in the form of severe chronic pain or it could literally be their own mind tearing itself apart. There's many and varied forms of suffering disabled people have to go through just to exist. Considering that, it's just plain cruel that many of us treat them as being less than human on top of that. We shun them, look down on them and don't even provide the bare minimum assistance to let them continue living. Yet, we aren't even merciful enough to give them a quick and painless death. It's like we want to just sit there and watch them suffer a slow and painful death but not where anyone can actually see them, since that'd make them an eyesore. This is what it currently means to be disabled in this country. They don't get enough support financially, emotionally or physically. They get very meager accommodations but only after they loudly demand them. Those with mental disabilities suffer a special kind of hell. They not only get tormented by their own minds but others proclaim them liars and say they are only pretending to be disabled. This needs to stop. They have just as much right to exist as the rest of us, without all the pure bullshit stacked on top of it. The solution is simple, up the financial compensation to a level where they can actually survive and actually enforce rules for accommodating them. Also, you know, treat them like actual fucking human beings.
Luxuries
While I don't see anyone here demanding access to luxuries, it's not like it's right to let the 1% hoard them. Some luxuries should be completely phased out, due to various things such as limitations on resources to various forms of abuse involved in the creation of them. As for the luxuries that are sustainable but not necessarily plentiful (hence, being a luxury,) we should let everyone have a chance at gaining access to these, even if it's not full access all the time.
Work/Antiwork
While it's fair to acknowledge we aren't in a position to completely abolish work, the need to work to survive should be abolished. All those jobs where they threaten to replace us with machines, they very much should do that right now. Most physical human labor should be completely phased out. As machines get more sophisticated, they absolutely should replace humans for the jobs that machines can do better. The ultimate goal here should be that humans no longer have to work to survive but, for those willing and able, working for access to luxuries and for the sake of improving themselves, others and the world around them should be the new normal. This includes enabling those who can't work normally to be accommodated in such a way that they can, if possible and if they desire to. Currently, disabled people are treated with the same disdain as homeless people. Aside from a few rare cases, no one suddenly thinks that being disabled or homeless is something they want. The rare cases where they think that, it's usually the result of mental illness and should be treated, not ignored.
So, this brings back my original three questions.
What is antiwork? It's about freedom. The freedom to live without having to slave away all or most of your life for the sake of someone else's profits.
Why is it important? No one wants to live like a slave. Basic human rights and dignity should mean something.
What should we do about it? To start off, make vital services like healthcare free for all. Provide a basic income to all to cover the vital things that aren't free. Let those who can/will work do so for luxuries and the improvement of themselves, others and the world at large. Surprisingly, a lot of people actually enjoy working. One thing you learn when you can't work is that having nothing to do can be incredibly boring, especially when you have no money to indulge in entertainment.
I do have one lament about this post. I'm too tired to properly provide references to most of this information. Others have already provided references with much more depth to the various pieces of what I've said here. I'm just bringing to pieces together to paint the bigger picture.
TL;DR
Education
Trade skills+
Home/survival skills-
Slave conditioning:

Higher education just enslaves you with debt
Prison
Literally, slavery
Jobs
Slavery, of a different kind
Basic rights
Housing
Health care
Food
Water, Electricity, Internet
Entertainment
Freedom
Disabled people are people too
Luxuries
Not just for the insanely wealthy
Work/Antiwork
What does antiwork mean? Freedom.
Why it's important? Basic human rights.
What we should do about it? Make basic human rights available to all.
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2021.11.29 15:05 grimreeeferr Community Outreach

This Lamar mission is so infuriating. You are forced to be on a team with a bunch of noobs that can't drive or shoot, making the mission unplayable. I have tried this mission at least 15 times and every time it is messed up by someone wrecking the car or dying. Is there any way to do this mission or am I wasting my time ??
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