So far my main load out has been: Ablest Misfit Roar of the Bear I’m playing on Xbox One, and noticed that the aim assist on the Ablest is causing me to miss a lot of distance shots. 1 Reply 2 Replies 2 Replies I ran show of force(field prep, explosive ends, boss spec), fighting lion, and a crooked fang (opening shot, box breathing, boss spec) Handled everything perfectly, but relies on your ability to clear ads with fighting lion, which is no problem for me, but your mileage may vary.
It is true that history recounts the devastating impact of past pandemics, but none of them broke out in such a populated world (with 7.6 billion people) or such an interconnected one, and with a planet that is ailing environmentally. With this in mind, it is fitting to mention that Latin America and the Caribbean will be impacted via five main external channels: the decline of economic activity in our principal trading partners, especially China, Europe and the United States; the fall in prices for our commodities; the interruption of global and regional value chains; the steep drop in demand for tourism services, which primarily affects the Caribbean; and an increase in risk aversion and the worsening of global financial conditions and capital outflows from the region, with the consequent devaluation of our currencies.
The effects of this crisis on our main trading partners portend a decline in the value of our region’s exports that could reach a magnitude of -10.7%. This scenario entails a significant increase in unemployment along with heightened labor market informality.
Since its launch on 11 March, the Forum’s COVID-19 Action Platform has brought together 1,667 stakeholders from 1,106 businesses and organizations to mitigate the risk and impact of the unprecedented global health emergency that is COVID-19. The platform is created with the support of the World Health Organization and is open to all businesses and industry groups, as well as other stakeholders, aiming to integrate and inform joint action.
In the current situation, it cannot be overlooked that massive fiscal stimulus is needed to bolster health services and protect income and jobs, among the numerous challenges at hand. We are talking about rolling out non-contributory programs such as direct cash transfers, financing for unemployment insurance, and benefits for the underemployed and self-employed.
Likewise, central banks have to ensure liquidity, so the production apparatus can guarantee its continued functioning. In addition, companies and households must be aided by the postponement of loan, mortgage and rent payments.
And, certainly, multilateral financing bodies will have to consider new policies on low-interest loans and offer relief and deferments on current debt servicing to create fiscal space. It is also urgent that unilateral sanctions and blockades, imposed in the world and in our region, be lifted, as they hamper the access of entire populations to goods and services indispensable for fighting this challenge.
It is experiencing one of its worst phases in environmental terms, with polluted oceans and rivers, devastated forests, eroded soil, mass extinction of species, and altered climatic cycles. This pandemic has the potential to transform the geopolitics of globalization, but it is also an opportunity to survey the benefits of multilateral action and make room for needed debate on a new, sustainable and egalitarian development model.
I know, because I recently found out that I’ve been getting ripped off by my Internet Service Provider (ISP) for years. I sat down at my desk, and when I tried pulling up my email, it took five minutes to load...
When you need to be in constant contact with your coworkers throughout the day, you have to be able to access your email quickly. Not to mention the list of websites and downloads I needed to access.
You see, I even knew that I’d need faster speeds if I was going to be working from my 3-bedroom home. But after that, Netflix started taking forever to “buffer,” and YouTube just wouldn’t play right.
“I really shouldn’t, man,” Barry said as he reached out to accept it. “So, yeah, when you sign up, they give you the speeds you asked for.
The internet going to your house hasn’t changed, so it’ll say you’re still up to speed. “Suddenly, your internet’s not going so fast, but you can’t actually prove that it’s slower.
Furious, but not completely surprised, I told Barry he might as well not even fix it, and that I’d be changing providers immediately. Barry smiled at me and held one finger in the air as he finished his beer.
Then he went out to the truck and returned with a small white device. He plugged it in the wall and dusted off his hands with a “watch this” smirk on his face.
Nearly speechless because of this internet angel, I thanked Barry for his amazing gift. Not only that, but it also extends the range of your Wi-Fi while it boosts speeds, meaning that your connection is faster than ever while reaching further than ever.
It’s great for multi-story homes where you might keep the router in the basement, or even ranch homes where your current router struggles to reach from one side of the house to the other. And, it works with any modem and any Internet Service Provider.
But the WiFiXtender prevents this throttling by keeping open the maximum bandwidth. Well, the short answer is, if you live in America, you need it.
In fact, a recent survey showed that 87% of Americans are unhappy with their internet service provider, and it’s easy to see why... All ISPs throttle their customers… and now, millions of Americans are finally fighting back with the WiFiXtender.
Full disclosure, I've been in IT for 25 years, so I generally know my way around technology. This product is brain-dead simple to configure and get going.
As for the range extending capabilities, my access point is on the second floor of our 3-story house (3200 square feet). The extender is on the first floor with the hope of improving Wi-Fi to the TV and the family room.
The speed isn't needed but the geek in me can't pass up a faster connection for the small cost of this product.” I have a multi level house and Wi-Fi is challenging.
This WiFiXtender is truly easy to set up, and now I have full bars through my entire house.” “Could barely get a signal in my garage, so called my ISP, and they said there was nothing they could do about it.
Set up was easy, literally push two buttons, and it's done.” I wanted to get a professional’s opinion on the WiFiXtender, so I talked to Richard Stanworth, a University Computer Science Professor.
Bandwidth throttling is one of the biggest scams in our country right now. Basically, if you pay a reasonable price for your internet, and it’s slow, you can almost immediately chalk it up to throttling.
It basically “keeps the hose open”, so to speak, so that your internet is always at full blast. (No disrespect to Barry, but I just wanted a pro’s advice first).
After I finished setting it up, it was time to see if this thing really lived up to its hype… I conducted a few tests. Whereas just before I plugged in the WiFiXtender, they would take minutes to load… after, they loaded as fast as I could snap my fingers.
It passed the eye test, but I wanted to know for sure that it was, in fact, the WiFiXtender. As you can see, my download speed was pretty much non-existent without WiFiXtender, clocking in at 0.23 Mbps.
But hurry, due to extremely high demand, the WiFiXtender Range Extender has sold over 1.5 million units and is likely to sell out at any time.