I’m currently in college and went to episcopal. My friends from runnels have told me that the middle and high school are shit compared to other schools. Also, they weren’t as prepared for higher education as my friends from Episcopal, st michaels or Baton Rouge high.
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I confused. When you die in HvV, you go back to the character selection screen. There a timer up top that says you have about 20 seconds before you respawn as the selected character. For reference, I played on potato settings with a 6600, 16gb Ram, 1070. It was playable, but in large fights I would drop below 60 FPS and get terrible input lag. I upgraded my motherboard (Aorus gaming 7) and cpu (8700k, haven’t OC yet) and it runs perfect.
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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThere’s another phishing e mail making the rounds, this one targeting Bank of Montreal customers with a tempting offer to catch an internet scammer in the act.The e mail, passed along to us by some colleagues, notifies the reader of what it claims are unsuccessful attempts to log onto their online banking account. It then makes its fateful proposal:If you remember trying to access Online Banking on the above date and time, please select “That was me.” If you do not remember trying to access Online Banking on the above date and time, please select “That was NOT me.”It is, as one might suspect, a lose lose proposition. We haven’t seen a formal security alert on the e mails yet, so there are no details about what happens to those who do click on the message, but BMO has confirmed that it the e mail is a scam.As a public service, we feel we should reiterate: Banks never e mail you asking for information about your account.TD bank was the target of a similar scam this past summer, which we wrote about here.