Putney food co op

Food Co-Op NZ

2015.02.13 05:30 Food Co-Op NZ

For organizing, discussing, and roleplaying food co-ops in New Zealand.

2017.09.21 19:06 Tainted-Archer Cupar

People live here for some reason.

2013.11.09 10:01 MakeSushi1 Sushi Rolls

A place for photos and videos of sushi and sushi recipes

2023.04.02 10:48 ElDato Borderlands 3 split screen work around?

Good day all,
I've been extremely disappointed in the lack of traditional couch co-op support for steam games since getting the deck. Now borderlands 3 is on sale I'm hoping someone has a working method for playing split screen through a docked deck.
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2023.04.02 10:47 Dobb1e_ Need help co-op

Hi, I need someone to help me capture an FNDbase in co-op for the farcry 6 platinum trophy. Pls message me if you are able to help me
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2023.04.02 10:44 All-Mights_rabbit Ps extra games

M32/USA basically any ps extra game. Feel like playing some co-op. Psn is Istill_function
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2023.04.02 10:27 EvilThwomp12 New Out Of Bounds Glitch

New Out Of Bounds Glitch
This occurred outside Research Lab 3. This was in Co-Op. I don't know if this is done solo
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2023.04.02 10:01 IWantedToSleepPlease Protagonist is an middle aged F-ranked Porter without any hidden powers besides an insane luck stat working for a dungeon exploring party. (Modern Fantasy, in Fact)

This is probably more of a Manhwa Idea but oh well
So like gates opened, evil creatures from other worlds comes and cause chaos, apocalypse, humans get powers, kill creatures, people live, society improve, now people go into gates to fight stuff and get cash and stats and everyone's skill is considered via ranking systems yadada
So now there's like porters for adventuring teams but then they tend to be like f-ranks so yeah and then adventuring teams treat them badly but then inside the gates alot of bad stuff happens like the team gets overpowered and killed until the porters kill the bad guys and win using their secretly OP skills
And like the portering company has to handle the unhinged amount of porters being like these because all of them have a negative luck stat so they have a really really high investigation on to the porters. And they also need to tell the adventuring teams to not mistreat them to lower the chances of them dying. (Mostly to the ones that looks really really plain, unconventionally looking or mostly just men in general because somehow the bad luck is very misandristic for some reasons)
Also the people who keep on being hired into the portering company are young adult males and the portering company is just slightly weirded out by it.
And the high amounts of deaths from being with porters also lowered the portering company's rep by a lot
So when the protag who is like a middle aged guy in his mid 30s, single dad of 2 kids is in the crew, every dungeon crawling experience is very chill and nothing goes wrong with it, and he isn't even OP in skills and stuff and he is F-ranked but it's because of his unhinged Luck stat which is probably higher than infinity
Also people sees him as some form of good luck god and he gets a cult out of the portering company and dungeon crawlers and also his inner charisma is sky high but all wants to do is to get paid so that he can buy a nice house, pay the bills and give his 2 kids nice food
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2023.04.02 10:00 Sunday_Roast Does Co-op still work? [PC]

Asking because I'm trying to get some friends to play the first person and it would be rather embarrassing to get them to install the game and mods only to have the game pull an Ubisoft on them.
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2023.04.02 09:59 pivot623 30/MST/PC - MW2, RL, Dying light 2, Stardew

Hey there, looking to casually play with others around my age. These days, I mainly play MW2 multiplayer or Stardew but willing to play rocket league or dying light 2 (but you might have to carry me lol) or another co-op. Hoping we can just chit chat and enjoy our game together, message me if interested :)
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2023.04.02 09:57 sere1285 Survival game with couch co op recommendation

Me and my bf enjoy playing games together with remote play since we live apart and he doesn't have his own console.
I love survival games such as minecraft (which he can't play because the blocky graphics triggers migraines for him), the long dark, and medieval dynasty (which I play on my computer).
For some reason unknown to me, I haven't really been able to enjoy stardew valley and the likes of that. While I want a chill game, I think it feels like there's a lack of challenge and too much to do all at once.
Bonus points if the game is on PS+ or not too expensive.
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2023.04.02 09:57 dopedreams91 Pc ds3 need help

Need help with my pyromancer playthrough I’m doing cleansing chapel next and would like to co-op some of the next areas as well maybe complete the first dlc I’ve done catacombs and some of the demons ruin area still gotta beat the boss gonna be fun as a pyromancer.
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2023.04.02 09:55 LRoyLevi Looking for air combat game

Hey, I am looking for good co-op air combat game, any tips? Thanks
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2023.04.02 09:47 Lizard_fricker Co-OP players seem to be afk

I joined two co-op worlds in Gotham knights and mind you that this was back to back. Both of them seem to be absent. Is this just by chance or an internet issue?
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2023.04.02 09:38 Kitchen-Eye-3169 Looking for someone to play Sun Haven with or other games.

Hi everyone! As the title says i would love to find someone who would want to co-op in Sun Haven. I have only played it solo so far so i do have some experience with the game. I just feel like having someone to chill and talk with while playing would be a blast.
I’m 32 (M) and sure it would be cool to find someone around my age but to be honest i dont really care what gender or age you have as long as we can have a good time with a open mind. I do play a bunch of other games. Here are some of them: League of legends, TFT, csgo, Gunfire reborn, raft, valheim, Project zomboid, rimworld and more. I’m also open about playing other games and this was just some i have played lately.
As a person I’m pretty down earth and focus more about having fun together than being competetive. I love animals and have an adorable cat myself. I do enjoy sarcasm and being able to joke around with each other and not be too serious all the time. Not sure what else to share right now so feel free to ask questions. I would appreciate it if you would tell a bit about yourself as well if you decide to reach out. I’m from Europe but i dont mind time differences.
Good day to all of you!
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2023.04.02 09:24 Abroad-Abject Management Co-op (BBA)

Hi everyone can anyone please tell me how many students do they enroll in the management co-op (BBA) program like is it a huge program or relatively small as compared to classes in UTSG?
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2023.04.02 09:21 aic31309 Is it possible to turn off the extra enemy strength in Fusion?

Playing with a friend for the first time in SS fusion and wanted to see if the extra enemy health for co-op could be turned off via some hidden option or console command. Just a bit annoying when things like the double barrel and rocket launcher don't one-hit kill kleers anymore.
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2023.04.02 09:19 LastWeekInCollapse Last Week in Collapse: March 26-April 1, 2023

Protests, drought, fatalism, recession, and the spread of infectious diseases. Just another week on our dying planet.
Last Week in Collapse: March 26-April 1, 2023
This is Last Week in Collapse, a weekly newsletter bringing together some of the most important, timely, helpful, depressing, ironic, stunning, or otherwise must-see moments in Collapse.
This is the 66th newsletter. You can find the March 19-25 edition here if you missed it last week. These newsletters are also on Substack if you want them sent to your email inbox.
The U.S. government is auctioning off a colossal section in the Gulf of Mexico for oil drilling. The parcel totals 73.3M acres—just under the size of Italy’s landmass, or the Philippines. Explore the full map here or here.
Southeastern Europe is facing a dry, dry summer. A year of constant record-breaking will not slow down soon. (Can you believe we are already 25%+ through 2023?) Drought is getting so bad in Spain that group prayers for rain have begun. Spain is also seeing wildfires.
North Africa is suffering from drought too, and it’s affecting their crops. El Niño is heating up the Pacific Ocean already, and forecast to become more severe as the year drags on. Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, is feeling the strain of drought.
Once a sustainable producer of grains, Pakistan (due to drought and debt and overpopulation, etc.) is now unable to produce enough grain to sustain its own people. Government distributions of flour have caused deadly stampedes and injuries to the desperate & hungry people.
2,000 elderly Swiss women are taking Switzerland to court, the European Court of Human Rights, to be precise. They are seeking a binding judgment that climate change is putting their health and lives at risk.
After 8,000 gallons of chemicals (190 barrels) spilt in a tributary of the Delaware River, Philadelphia officials say the water is safe to drink.
Berlin voters narrowly voted to obligate their city to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030—but the vote lacked the overall votes necessary to become law. So the climate effort failed. Germany’s economy is contracting and hundreds of thousands of workers went on a one-day strike on Monday.
Private jet use has hit record highs, far surpassing the pre-pandemic figures. Meanwhile, South Korean researchers may have found a method to transform CO2 from the air into a kind of polyester. The study claims that the electricity-intensive process can be easily scaled up.
Amnesty International released a 412-page report on the state of human rights in the world today. Spoiler: it’s really bad. You can download it in 46 languages. The document is organized by countries, so you can skip to a particular nation and read about its indicators of Collapse.
68 Central/South American migrants, en route to the U.S., were locked in a holding facility in northern Mexico when several started a mattress fire after they learned that they would be deported. Empathy from the guards was lacking, and nothing was done to prevent the suffocation and fire; 38 of the men died.
78% of Americans believe the next generation will have it worse than they do, according to a WSJ poll. The other 22% are fools. U.S. bond markets are in a tough spot, too. The other questions in the poll reveal a damning picture of the American Dream. 27% believe community involvement is very important, while 43% believe money is very important.
Argentina’s currency—the Argentine Peso (the official rate is 1 USD = 208 ARP, but the black market rate is closer to 1 USD = 380 ARP)—has been downgraded from a C rating to CCC, in advance of an “imminent default” of government bonds. Faith in the government’s ability to stabilize its currency is gone—it’s not just the banks that have lost the people’s trust.
China is encountering concerning levels of debt that are forcing governments to find new sources of money. Yet despite China’s structural economic flaws (poor age demographics, corrupt real estate sector, political influences on markets), some economists think China is a safe investment in a turbulent global economy. Last week, China made its first ever purchase of LNG using Chinese Yuan. And China warned the US against hosting Taiwan’s President for a visit.
The IMF says that the stability in the world economy is shaking while growth slows, trust fallout from SVB lingers, and interest rates rise. Central banks are allegedly being called upon to do more—but the situation may be beyond institutional control. What is a bank if not a collection of other people’s debts?
The UK has hit record levels of household debt: £2 Trillion. Meanwhile the ECB (European Central Bank) is warning that shadow banking may lead to the current next economic crisis. “The nonbank {shadow} sector involves firms which are engaged in bank-like activities, but are neither registered nor regulated as banks. These include the likes of funds, insurance firms, venture capitalists and currency exchanges.”
Protests, which are sometimes becoming riots, are continuing in France. This weekly observation gives an interesting summary of the situation. You can watch some footage here, or here, or here. What begins as a protest for one issue can quickly become co-opted by other forces, or organically grow into something larger than itself. Thousands of police and 10 helicopters were deployed in western France to stop protestors trying to obstruct the construction of several reservoirs for agriculture.
Iranian special forces are training to handle new protests; whether their violence can overcome the political grievances remains to be seen. Teachers, many of whom have reportedly not been paid, are allegedly joining the protests. We seldom hear about the situation in Iran these days—is this because the protest movement is dwindling, or something else?
In another silenced conflict, Myanmar, last week the ruling party dissolved a number of opposing political parties, most notable the NLD, the party of Aung San Suu Kyi, who tried to move Myanmar away from military rule. She was eventually removed in a 2021 coup which precipitated Myanmar’s current phase of Civil War.
The runner-up in Kenya’s 2022 election—the 78-year old, Raila Odinga, ran unsuccessfully for President five times—is calling for twice-a-week protests that began two weeks ago. Two protestors have been shot dead in the escalating protests so far, which have given cover for looters and anti-government vandals.
Israel’s embattled PM is temporarily holding back his judicial reform bill after massive protests flexed their opposition. Israel said they totally weren’t intimidated by the US into holding back from the proposed law, which has become a symbol for the struggle of Israel’s identity.
In Senegal, the trial of opposition leader Ousmane Sonko is set to begin—and the people are protesting. The government allegedly wants to block Sonko from running in 2024, accusing Sonko of stirring up the masses to avoid prosecution.
Donald Trump has not (yet) been arrested—but he has been indicted on a number of charges relating to Stormy Daniels and campaign finance law, fraud, etc. Trump said, “this Witch-Hunt will backfire massively on Joe Biden,” and he could be right; however, pro-Trump protests have not yet materialized. Trump is allegedly talking to his advisors about (if he is elected again) going to War in Mexico, something that happened not long before the first American Civil War.
Bakhmut continues to hold out against the Russians. Tanks are arriving in Ukraine and this phase of the War turned 400 days old a few days ago. Russia is believed to be planning another wave of mobilizations to recruit 400,000 men to be sacrificed for nothing. Russia is also becoming more popular in the developing world from a combination of self-interest, anti-western sentiment, and Russian disinformation. The War drags on, and victory, whatever that is, remains far away.
The War in Yemen turned 8 years old several days ago, and peace hinges on a fragile ceasefire. It is believed that the Houthi rebels (backed by Iran, in opposition to the Saudi-backed government) will restart an offensive if a deal cannot be secured. It is always easier to break something than to build it back up.
Northern China is expected to see more sandstorms as desertification continues. Thailand is seeing blistering heat waves in some areas above 40 ° C (104 °F); Laos set a new record for March.
Several major cities in Tunisia are cutting off water at night as their drought grows more severe. The water rations are expected to continue through the summer—and perhaps beyond. Nigeria is also suffering from water scarcity.
The ICJ (International Court of Justice) is going to give an advisory opinion on climate change and states’ responsibilities surrounding its damage. Some people believe the opinion (if it is favorable to climate activists) will galvanize action—when it is released sometime within the next two years. Others, who have witnessed the quiet IPCC coverage, catastrophic flooding and wildfires, COPout climate conferences pass without fanfare, and the not-so-gradual expansion of extraction companies into delicate ecosystems accelerate…are not so optimistic.
The “full volume” IPCC synthesis report has still not been released yet. But don’t hold your breath; corporate interests supposedly watered down the language and inserted pages of carbon-removal copium, scrubbing the text of many references to fossil fuels and industrial agriculture.
A study from Functional Ecology about plants in the Sonoran Desert indicated that climate-stressed plants are moving to higher elevations—but they are not thriving at the mountaintops.
A bipartisan supermajority of U.S. Senators, 68-23 voted to end the COVID emergency early—and President Biden has indicated he will sign it, ending the state of emergency about 5 weeks ahead of schedule. With about 1,125,000 confirmed COVID deaths, the United States still leads the world in COVID-19 fatalities. (If you search “COVID India” or COVID {country name}” on Google, you will no longer see the Our World in Data charts appear.) India is currently facing the highest confirmed case numbers in 6 months. Brazil recorded its 700,000th COVID death last week, the country with the second-most COVID deaths.
A small town in Burundi has detected 3 strange deaths from a mystery illness with similar symptoms to Ebola and Marburg. However, both those diseases were ruled out. The disease, whatever it is, killed within 24 hours. Two weeks ago, Burundi saw polio reappear after 30+ years. Polio was also detected again in New York state, after several months of dormancy.
Marburg was detected in Equatorial Guinea’s largest city, while cholera spreads across southern Africa untraceably.
A woman in southern China tested positive for H3N8, a different version of bird flu. She is the third human case in recent history, after two other people in China tested positive last year. A variant of H3N8 killed a million people in the 1889-1890 pandemic.
Things to watch next week include:
↠ The International Academy of Astronauts is holding its annual Planetary Defense Conference next week to discuss the potential of meteor impacts on earth, and how the human race should respond to unlikely threats from space (impacts, Carrington Events, etc). I, however, believe our Collapse will come is coming from within.
Select comments/threads from the subreddit last week suggest:
-The United States may soon pass the most comprehensive security surveillance legislation since the Patriot Act …ever. This thread on the proposed law, ostensibly intended to regulate TikTok, cites large parts of the bill that are concerning, to say the least. This debacle also reveals how difficult it can be to combat modern hybrid War(s).
-A 2.7 °C temperature increase will devastate India, according to this thread exploring the future of the future-most-populated nation on earth. A few years ago, someone made CollapseIndia to explore Collapse in an explicitly Indian context; the subreddit has never broken 800 subscribers.
-Thawing permafrost is going to be a really big pollution problem, according to this post from BiosphereCollapse. You can read the full study here, from Nature Communications.
Got any feedback, questions, comments, articles, doomed petitions, seed-planting wisdom, hate mail, War advice, clandestine maps, etc.? Consider joining the Last Week in Collapse SubStack if you don’t want to check collapse every Sunday, you can get this newsletter sent to your email inbox every weekend. I always forget something... What did I miss this week?
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2023.04.02 09:18 gr3yhund The Oldest Company in Almost Every Country (That is Still in Business)

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2023.04.02 09:17 Adept_Spring_2697 UTSG or UTSC with co-op

Hello. I am an incoming international student and have been accepted to Uoft in both St George and Scarborough campuses for life sciences. I was also lucky enough to receive $100k from both campuses. Right now, I am a bit confused between the two. For UTSC (Scarborough), they have provided me with co-op alongside my degree which I believe can act as a valuable source of earning and gaining job experience from undergrad level. However, I am a bit confused about the duration of co-op and whether I will not get any breaks/vacations if I am to complete my degree along with co-op within 4 years. UTSC claims themself as the co-op campus and according to them I can complete my degree along with co-op within 4 years. Does this in any way imply that co-op + degree runs continuously for 4 years without any break? If that is the case, then I need to reconsider. Also, for those in life sciences and have done co-op, is it possible to know how much someone can earn from doing co-op (only if you are comfortable sharing)? I am aware that St. George campus has ASIP but I heard that can be kinda competitive and only starts from 2nd year. It will really help if someone can help me choose between the two campuses and clear my confusions regarding co-op. Also can someone please elaborate a bit more on ASIP and how it compares with co-op. And…..one more thing, for all the currencies mentioned everywhere, are they in USD or CAD? I know this maybe a silly question to ask, but they haven’t specified the currency anywhere and just included the dollar sign. It will also really help if someone can give opinion between the two campuses. It will mean a lot if someone can help me make a decision. Thanks!
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2023.04.02 09:10 xeaviee_ Trading this asia genshin acc (has skyward spine) for another better acc and I have plenty of other accounts I can add to the trade incase I’m under, constellations are marked

Trading this asia genshin acc (has skyward spine) for another better acc and I have plenty of other accounts I can add to the trade incase I’m under, constellations are marked submitted by xeaviee_ to GenshinTrading__ [link] [comments]

2023.04.02 09:09 xeaviee_ Trading this asia genshin acc (has skyward spine) for another better acc and I have plenty of other accounts I can add to the trade incase I’m under, constellations are marked

Trading this asia genshin acc (has skyward spine) for another better acc and I have plenty of other accounts I can add to the trade incase I’m under, constellations are marked submitted by xeaviee_ to GenshinTradin [link] [comments]

2023.04.02 09:09 RememberTheMaine1996 why does Co-op seem so much harder to get hits in than regular ranked, events, or BR?

I can't hit for crap when I'm playing with my friend in co op but then I'll go to literally any other mode and it just feels a lot better to play
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2023.04.02 09:05 Tar_Heel_23 Ranked Co-Op Disconnection

Is anybody else getting disconnected from every co-op game they play and getting the loss or just me?
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