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In the run-up to the UK general election of 1979, RAR organised the Militant Entertainment Tour which traveled 2000 miles across the country visiting Cambridge, Leicester, Cromer, Coventry, Sheffield, Leeds, Middlesbrough, Lancaster, Edinburgh, Stirling, Aberdeen, Bradford, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Cardiff, Llanelli, Exeter, Plymouth, Newport, and Bristol. The tour's grand finale was at the Alexander Palace in North London. Forty bands played on the tour, including: Barry Forde Band, Leyton Buzzards, The Piranhas, Stiff Little Fingers, 15, 6, 17, The Mekons, Carol Grimes, The Band, Alex Harvey, Gang of Four, Angelic Upstarts, Aswad, The Ruts, Crisis, UK Subs, Exodus and John Cooper Clarke.

If one had to select the greatest furniture design classics of all time the Eames rocker and the other plastic chairs would have to be included. Designed in 1950 by Charles and Ray Eames, the RAR and the other Eames chairs were the first collection of plastic chairs to be produced in series. The one-piece design with its anatomically formed seat shell builds the ideal bridge between exclusive aesthetics and homely charm: Design meets comfort. The Eames RAR rocking chair series features the different coloured Eames A-shells fastened to wire frame set on maple rockers. The Eames side chairs, armchairs and rocking chair RAR were created in 1948 in context of the "International Competition for Low Cost Furniture" from the MoMA New York. All the chairs in the collection are all-purpose chairs characterized by extremely high variability - they are, for example, available in a mix of bases, seat shells and colours - and are compatible for a wide range of situations ans uses, both domestic and commercial.

In practice, the SPK set supports stereo, and I found the DAC set to introduce a considerable amount of line noise. (Despite using the recommended 1K resistors between the Arduino and DFPlayer). Switching to the SPK set of outputs made a huge improvement in sound quality. I wired my DFPlayer mini up like this:

This method makes sure any existing tracks are stopped first. Then we make sure that the current file number that the DFPlayer has matches the one we supplied. Keep trying till these track numbers match. It was the only way that I could play a track 100% of the time on the DFPlayer mini.

Wi-Fi is available in all residence halls and many outdoor areas utilizing the eduroam, USF, or USF-Guest Networks. Users can use Wi-Fi compatible devices anywhere service is provided; most locations also support the higher speed 802.11a/n/ac standards. All students are recommended to use eduroam wireless while on the USF campus. See below for information.

A wired connection is available for each resident in the residential spaces on campus. Residents must register their device in order for it to work. If you are having issues with your wired connection, please contact USF IT at or 813-974-1222.

To manually register your device, you will need to know the MAC (Media Access Control) address, also known as the adapter address. Be sure to use the correct MAC/adapter address depending on your connection type; many devices have both a wireless and a wired MAC/adapter address. If your device is not listed here, please check your user manual or contact the device manufacturer for device-specific instructions.

While The Rat doesn't appear in the main gameplay of Five Nights at Candy's 3, he is seen in the Night 1, Night 3, and Night 5 cutscenes. He is replaced by Monster Rat and Shadow Rat during main gameplay.

The Rat in both of the games is shown to be a mysterious and intimidating figure, and is shown to be rather violent and sadistic, as shown when if he catches you in the second game his attack will be compared to a Bear. When we learn who he was in life, it is revealed that he was a horribly toxic person, being a violent narcissist who was fine going to work while drunk despite the fact he would be around children, and boasting how he was the most popular character in the theatre and attempts to strangle his coworker for trying to take his costume off and get him to go home. It is also hinted that his motivation is a desire for 'Vengeance' against Mary, ludicrously blaming her for his death despite the fact they were only playing hide and seek because of him, and The Puppeteer killed him in self-defense for trying to strangle him, and he rejected just going home for being drunk, all of which making what happened squarely his own fault.

The Rat becomes active on Night 5, but most likely will not reach the office. On Night 6, he will officially start attacking. He will exit through the door at the back of CAM 9. He enters through both the Right and Left Door. When he enters the security office, he will jumpscare the player, ending the game. The Rat is extremely active and can appear at the door as early as 12 AM.

Withered Rat, along with Withered Cat, are only active on Night 6 and Night 8 while the other animatronics are fully inactive for unknown reasons. He will attempt to get to the player via the hallway, like the other standard animatronics. Occasionally, Rat's face will cover up an entire camera. If the camera is not switched fast enough or put down, the camera will be temporarily disabled. This is very similar to Withered Penguin, except when the screen glitches out, the Windows-based error pop-up will show a bunch of random characters instead of the normal error text. The OK button is still functional so the player can continue after the application for the camera has restarted.

Upon completing Night 8 (7/20 Nightmare Mode), the player will earn a 4th star on the main menu, which notably flickers on occasion with the rest of the text but not the other three stars. Clicking this 4th star will trigger a bonus minigame.

A banner saying "Grand Reopening" is on the wall behind them. The only possible path to take is left into a large stage room with the stage on the left side, where a crowd of happy children watches The Rat and The Cat on the stage while their parents stand off to the side and vintage music is heard in the background. Upon entering the room, the scene progresses in total automation and the player is unable to move. It appears that Mary is crying at the sight of the two animatronics.

The Rat, being played by an actor who was inside the costume/suit, appears at the back of the building, near the "Backstage" area, and asks the player to play hide-and-seek before the show. When the player hides somewhere, a mini-jumpscare of The RAT plays, and the cutscene ends.

The Rat once again appears at the back of the building, near the "Backstage" area, and recognizes the player from the first night cutscene and asks if they want to play hide-and-seek again. When the player is caught, the same mini-jumpscare follows, and the cutscene ends.

The Rat is seen with a bunch of children, who all decide to play hide-and-seek with The Rat. The player is also expected to play, as well. This eventually leads to the events regarding the "True Ending."

In FNaC 3 on Night 5's Cutscene, Mary, after telling The Rat she will play hide n' go seek with him and the other children, tries to find a place to hide, but all of the places, including the closet used by the player other previous nights, are all taken by the other children. As the Cat, who also is being played by an actor in the costume, runs out of the "Staff Only" room, leaving the door open and unlocked, Mary decides to hide in the Closet within that room. Soon after, The Rat says he saw her run in, and The Puppeteer appears, then starts chewing the actor in The Rat's costume/suit out for being drunk during work hours.

The RAT was created sometime before 1961 as a costumed character for the Rat & Cat Theater. He was played by a male actor who, alongside the CAT and Puppeteer, would put on shows and play games with the children.

One day in 1961, the RAT comes into work drunk and invites a group of children to play Hide-N-Seek with him, with everyone except Mary Schmidt finds a place to hide. The RAT notices her enter the Employees Only room and runs in after her, telling her to get out. The Puppeteer enters the room, telling RAT to take off his costume and go back home, as he came to work drunk. The Puppeteer tries to take off RAT's mask, but they get into a fight. The RAT tries to choke the Puppeteer, but he pushes him towards the table, causing the actor to fall and smash his head on the table's edge, killing him. After the CAT enters and tries to call the police he is also murdered by the Puppeteer, who calls the police and tells him that he found them dead.

Ever since hitting the mainstream in 2016, true wireless earbuds have quickly become the go-to choice for many. We were all too happy to wave the extra wires goodbye. But with the prevalence of true wireless earbuds, concerns grew about how well they fit and how likely they are to fall out.

Second, by definition, there are no wires or headbands holding wireless earbuds together or keeping them attached to your phone. As such, having them fly out of your ears runs a real risk of you losing them altogether.

The form factor and style of the earbud also plays a role. Some come with earwings or ear hooks that slide into the ridges of your outer ear. This helps alleviate the pressure on your ear canal and also provides a more secure fit.

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