Now that I have enough money (and quite some time to test this out), I'll try to make a profit out of rending an MISC Prospector mining ship :) We'll see.
Funny glitch of the day: at Lorville dorms, I found this group of NPCs aligned and standing in attention in front of the (messy) cargo elevator.
@Ste1lar random thought: selling used kneesocks 🤔
@Ste1lar There are buyers for gamer girl bath water 🤔
@Ste1lar like your bun, it's in my nickname :)
@Ste1lar I can't help but notice it has no onahole dock.
What would be Star Citizen without a few funny glitches like that levitating NPC :)
@meawchill Je... plus comprendre :o après rouge feu / vert feuille, suis perdu... je suis insauvable xD
Long story short, I turned so criminal a bounty was on my head, and a player in a smol Arrow shredded me above Yela :)
Quite profitable piracy tho~
Can you believe this clown?
@ivesen NeEd MoNeYs uwu
#starcitizen So a bounty hunting went wrong when my target frontal collided with me. Their ship completely destroyed, mine still okay.
All what's left was the NPC's corpse floating in space, but the mission wasn't completed :( I tried shooting the corpse with my ship and my rifles, but nothing..
So I turned criminal and shot down some Crusader Security officers :) my enhanced 325a can take Avenger Phantoms and Cutlass Blacks.
Selfie, eye contact
@meawchill cutie toi même
@Ste1lar everyone knows:
@lumi Niu is a mindset, it's a philosophy, it's a syndicate for cuteness
Things to keep in mind with those self-tests:
It has a 100% reliability on seropositive subjects, and a 0.2% false positive detection on seronegative subjects.
Meaning if your test returns positive, ALWAYS do a diagnosis at an hospital for confirmation.
Also: it detects HIV antibodies, meaning it works only if contamination dates back from more than 3 months.
If you get exposed to a potential contamination, get a post-exposure treatment at an hospital while waiting for diagnosis. The earlier, the better HIV gets blocked from contamination.
While self-tests allow detection in the general population, if you are regularly exposed to risks (medical and emergency personnel, sex worker, multipartner sexuality, shared syringe drug use ..), pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is safer and doesn't give any chance to HIV for contamination.
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