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2018.01.02 16:41 vyncex Louisville Kentucky

Louisville, Kentucky (luh-vul) The settlement that became the city of Louisville was founded in 1778 by George Rogers Clark and is named after King Louis XVI of France, making Louisville one of the oldest cities west of the Appalachian Mountains. Kentucky is a largely segregated city in Kentuckistan that was founded by Colonel Sanders and his army of chickens. The natives were pecked to death, and the land was settled by rednecks and fat people who founded its many trailer parks.

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vegdc is for sharing primarily vegan dining and events in DC and the DMV.

2023.05.30 07:23 Chicken-n-Chips Car Park Liability?

Hi all. Looking for a bit of advice.
I parked my car in a Care Park car park in Dandenong earlier in the month and unfortunately while reverse parking on the ground level of the car park I smashed my rear window due to a very dark large pole that was not visible at all. The car park is extremely dark even during daylight. There were no ‘do not reverse park’ signs in the car park and within 5 minutes of this happening to me, the exact same thing happened to another vehicle who attempted to rear park. We exchanged details and filled out the incident statement report supplied by the car park however I have not heard back from them despite emailing follow ups about what is happening. I am tempted to go down the VCAT route however I wanted to know do I have a leg to stand on?
For resolution I am looking for the car park to reimburse my rear window repair at a cost of $550
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2023.05.30 07:22 blacklonewolf1111 36 [M4F] Share life together QC

We are all anonymous here and it's so easy to make things up and be a poser right. It's tough to dodge people like that but there are genuine and loving people out there waiting to be found, seen, and appreciated. Maybe you are that person, I truly want to connect. I'm looking for new friends I can hang out with and do fun activities together.
I like women who has good vibes, smart, classy, takes care of themselves, and has a good sense of humor. Someome who has things going on in her life and has hobbies she can share. That's it. Age 24 and up within QC or nearby.
I enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities. Examples of indoor activities are watching movies and series, playing games, and reading useful information. Outdoor activities that I enjoy are being in nature and being in a cozy and chill environment (parks or the beach) and playing sports. More information during chat.
Have a great day!
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2023.05.30 07:21 positivefeelings1234 Staying in December, question about the water parks.

Has anyone gone to the water parks in December and give some feedback? I know they heat the water but if the air is cold it might not be worth it… What about the pools at the resorts?
Background info:
So our first WDW DVC trip was supposed to be in July for two weeks. I got a new job (yay more money) which means I had to push back our vacation to Xmas. I initially scheduled to go for two weeks because my kids had never been and my husband and I haven’t been in about 15 years so we were really going to use the opportunity to not just do Disney, but also Universal, water parks, days at the resorts, etc.
Which was fine for July but now I am second guessing that it’s worth spending the points for two full weeks in December. I’m considering doing a week and a half instead and bank the extra points for our next visit, which will hopefully be during warmer weather.
PS. We are huuuuge water park/pool fans so this could be in our benefit if nice so we can swim when we normally couldn’t at home.
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2023.05.30 07:20 MorallyMiguided What race do you consider italians to be?

It's silly but I'm playing south park fractured but whole and I'm asked what is my race and my ethnicity. I'm italian and I've never really considered myself white, I'm of southern italian descent and live in Canada. Some people call me white, some people call me brown. But do you think italians fall into Caucasian, latino, hispanic? Etc.
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2023.05.30 07:17 MachesMalone007 pet friendly breakfast places near cubbon park

Any recommendations for pet friendly breakfast restaurants (without burning too much hole in pocket) near cubbon park and mg road area? Cannot find properly on Zomato.
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2023.05.30 07:16 skeletonchaser2020 Tips for taking a reactive dog to a new vet?

I plan to take him to the park before hand and muzzle him, but he is so touch-reactive and anxious, I'm afraid he'll get out of the muzzle and hurt someone.
We have been working on socialization with strangers and it's going well, but those are brief, limited, public encounters, not Enclosed-in-a-room-that-smells-like-a-thousand-other-dogs encounters
I just want to make this a pleasant experience for him and the new vet. He desperately needs an allergy shot 😭
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2023.05.30 07:14 Sufficient-Reply-919 Breaking lease 6 months early

Basically we signed a 1 year lease agreement in a basement suite and long story short me and my roommate aren't happy here and have had lots of issues. we've complained numerous times about noise, had drastic increases in utility fees and confrontations with a neighbour about parking. I'm gonna ask my landlord to end our lease early via email is there anything i should be aware of before I do that.
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2023.05.30 07:14 ego_brain Preschools on the east side?

Hello! Does anyone have recommendations for preschools on the east side? Specifically looking in Eagle Rock, Highland Park, Atwater Village, Silver Lake, and the nearby surrounding areas. Spanish immersion would be great. Any recommendations/thoughts are welcome. Thank you. 🙏
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2023.05.30 07:13 mikeperson229 A story for the ages

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2023.05.30 07:13 SuspiciousMindsss 18M [chat] Looking for anyone my age [friendship]

Stuff about me.
I'm 18, I'm about to be a senior in high school. I'm very committed in construction and carpentry, I do alot of projects for it and have even gone to competition. Won first place my first time. I love dog, I recently adopted a blue heeler, his name is Boah. I love metal/rock music, as well as I indie and rap. My favorite metal bands are Rob zombie, Dope, slaughter to prevail, s*icide silence, slipknot, Korn, linkin park. I love wallows for indie. I am a big marvel nerd, as well as a film nerd. Movies are everything to me.
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2023.05.30 07:13 BringOnYourStorm [EVENT] [RETRO] Tel Père, Tel Fils

Summer 1517
The war had reached its terminal stage as the fighting took place further and further to the east, with reports indicating the victory of French forces and an initial parlay between French and Austrian leadership. Perhaps, now, it was all at an end.
Philippe had spent much of 1516 between Pavia and France, and in 1517 had returned to Pavia before opting to venture to Milan, the capital of his Duchy, before returning home with his victorious armies.
He knew Milan from his father's councils, but knew it from his mother's books as well. Mediolanum, once a proud Roman city at the foot of the Alps and for nearly 200 years the capital of the Empire, had long since been trampled by Lombards and Goths. Upon arriving he made certain to visit the vestiges of the old Roman Empire, perhaps most visibly the Basilique Saint-Ambroise, where he paid his respects to the clergy and prayed under its ancient eaves. Here and there one could see the bits of Romanesque masonry still standing-- a column here, an archway there-- as one rode through the city. You simply had to know what you were looking for.
He paid a short visit to the Sforzesco Castle in central Milan, an imposing structure that his father had ordered turned into more of a military castle than a livable palace. Perhaps it was intended as an insult to Ludovico Sforza, he would likely never know his father's true intentions. He was impressed by the vast park surrounding the castle-- or what remained of it, open fields-- and intrigued by the notion that Gian Galeazzo Sforza, Ludovico's predecessor, had been an avid falconer who had stocked the sprawling park with all manner of game and hunted from the castle.
After sightseeing, he duly rode to the center of the city and the Palazzo Reale di Milano, the seat of government in Milan since the rule of his father. Indeed, it had been more than a decade since his father narrowly escaped the clutches of Ludovico Sforza and left Milan, returning only once with his mother in the aftermath of that war before retiring to France for the last years of his life. Even so, the Palazzo Reale was in impeccable order, maintained as if his father had only left the day before. The servants had performed their duties admirably and Philippe saw to it they were recognized-- he ordered a bonus be paid to them.
He explored its silent halls and found his father's solar, overlooking the open space where the partially-built Duomo di Milano stood. Philippe looked out the window thoughtfully, examining the gothic architecture of the building. He sought a servant who told him that the building had been little improved since the time of the Sforzas, left more or less neglected by the French King who was so much more focused on keeping Milan. To Philippe it seemed counterintuitive to struggle so hard to keep something but neglect it so.
So he let himself revel in Italian art and architecture somewhat, and summoned what architects and artists he could find to the Palazzo Reale to consult with them.
The young King was a perceptive, learned lad who may well have surprised some of the artists that visited him, many of whom had little experience with the ruling French family beyond perhaps seeing Louis XII or at least reading his declarations. Many did arrive, viewing the King of France holding court for artists in Milan somewhat of an irresistible curiosity. Here, too, Philippe’s deep interest in Roman history paid dividends-- many architects paid homage to Roman techniques, nowadays, inspired by the Roman architect Vitruvius. This interested Philippe greatly, and he had many discussions with Milanese artists stretching into the late afternoon. Many spoke with reverence the name Leonardo da Vinci, a Florentine architect who had had involvement with the Duomo before. Philippe resolved to find this man.
The following day he sent a messenger to da Vinci’s workshop in Milan, with a promise of a royal commission. By midday, da Vinci arrived at the Palazzo Reale and met with the young King of France, who offered to him whatever resources he needed to complete the Duomo, which would surely define the man’s legacy as it towered above Milan for the centuries.
Unfortunately, da Vinci seemed disinterested. The project had been wrestled from him by Bramante years ago, and the wound to his pride was deep enough he had little intention of returning to finish what Bramante had started before dying in 1498. The King had promised him a commission, however, and duly commissioned a portrait of himself and his peregrine falcon, Aeneas. It was the work of several weeks, but the King was greatly enthused by it and paid the aged artist handsomely for his service.
Eventually the King attracted the attention of another architect, Cristoforo Solari, who had resided in Milan and worked with Ludovico Sforza’s men on the Duomo and heard of the new King’s interest in completing the process. The hunch-backed architect was joined by another cohort who had worked on the Duomo fifteen years ago, Andrea Fusina. Together they roundly rejected further involvement of the former holder of the contract to complete the project, Giovanni Antonio Amadeo, who they said had implemented a flawed design of the base of the cupola that had been inherently unstable.
There were of course many notable architects crossing Italy hither and thither plying their trades. One name of great repute was the Papal architect, Raphael Sanzio da Urbino. He had worked under Donato Bramante on the Duomo di Milano more than a decade ago. Bramante was dead, though, and Raphael was now the maestro. Philippe swiftly composed a missive that went off to the Holy See, requesting the aid of Raphael in drawing up the plans to complete the Duomo. In his wisdom the Holy Father saw the importance of completing the Duomo di Milano and agreed to release Raphael from his current project-- a piece for Cardinal Giulio de’ Medici.
Some weeks later Raphael arrived in Milan and the King greeted him personally. Characteristic of his energetic approach to projects, the Papal architect set to work immediately. Philippe retained Fusina and Solari to assist, and rendered the royal coffers open for the project.
In days, the Piazza di Duomo was abuzz with activity. The architects worked on their plans, and teams of workmen assembled materials in the square once again. Pierre watched with contentment and wonder as, day by day, the men erected a crane. He became very well acquainted with Raphael’s chief pupil, Giulio Romano, who was only one year his senior but something of a savant. When his apprenticeship with Raphael was complete, Philippe extended to him an invitation to France-- one he seemed quite interested in.
Time soon arrived that Philippe had to return to France, and surprisingly enough he actually regretted it somewhat. He met one final time with Raphael Sanzio da Urbino and his team of architects, promising to support them from Blois however they needed.
Matters in Milan set to rights, and the war coming to a swift close, Philippe took horse for France. His baggage train contained many new acquisitions: his portrait by da Vinci, other examples of Italian art, and numerous books borrowed from Milanese libraries. He had been immensely impressed by the idealistic and talented Italians who had enthusiastically taken up the task of completing the Duomo di Milano, and thought more fondly of them for it. His father had grown to resent Italians and their treachery, but Philippe found them a motivated and insightful people.
His father had made great use of portraiture and pamphleteering, and his regents had done as much with the ordeal of the Archbishop-Elector of Mainz and his vile lies. Philippe considered the use of symbols and portraits. Perhaps that in the cart well behind him would be useful if replicated and spread amongst the nobility.
Philippe then joined the French armies returning to France.
[M: Price for retaining Raphael was discussed with Rumil and has been applied to the French sheet already. Price estimates for completing the Duomo? Not so much.]
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2023.05.30 07:12 MRccRee If this was ur subi in the parking lot mall, you’re welcome ✌️

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2023.05.30 07:11 talonoftherose Shows like Jury Duty or the office?

I haven’t laughed out loud like I did with Jury Duty in a long time. It somewhat has a The Office vibe, which is another favourite. I like how jokes aren’t presented as jokes, instead as awkward social situations, reaction based humour, and uncomfortable silence. You have to take in the absurdity of the situation to laugh.
Similar shows I’ve seen: Parks and Rec Arrested development
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2023.05.30 07:10 AggravatingReview633 How to get started as a forester?

I am currently going to college at a large university in Michigan, and I just got into the forestry program. I am just wondering what my next steps should be. Should I get a job with the DNR at my local state park to try and gain some experience? Once I graduate I plan to move out to the western United States, but I don’t know whether I should do private work or work for the US Forest service. Suggestions? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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2023.05.30 07:06 propagandadeux Audi dealer sold me a car without the title?

Almost two months ago now I bought (financed) a lightly-used 2021 A4 from an Audi dealership a couple hours away from where I live. In my state the DMV sends the plates to the dealer you buy the car from, so they told me they’d mail the plates to me once they got them. A week before the temporary paper plate expired I gave them a call to see what was up and they said they hadn’t gotten the plates yet. The DMV here has been super slow ever since covid so I figured it was no big deal; I called them again a couple days after the temp plate expired and they said they’d get back to me. I forgot about it tbh for a few days after that, and they never called me back; at this point the temp plate had been expired for almost two weeks. I finally got ahold of the finance manager over there last week and he claimed they had been “having difficulty locating the title,” and said that they were going to send someone this week to drive from the dealership to where I live with the title to have me sign it. This seems unusual, to say the least. I filled out all the normal paperwork when I bought the car. I made the first payment on the loan recently, and I’m not sure how any bank would fund an auto loan without having possession of the title, but the financing is through a subsidiary of the same company that owns the dealership (they beat my bank’s rate). This is meant to be a reputable dealer, I think they were in Audi of America’s top 10 list or whatever recently, but this seems like really suspicious behavior. At this point it’s not technically legal to drive the car, and if they haven’t even filed for the plates yet that means it’ll probably be close to a month before I get them. I asked the finance manager if he could print a new temporary plate and he said he couldn’t because it would be illegal, but if I got a ticket they’d pay it. I’m not likely to get hassled by the cops around here over this, but I’d rather not run the risk of getting pulled over in the first place, and I don’t have any way of holding them to their promise of paying any ticket I might get. I’m also just generally dumbfounded that they would sell me a car without having the title to it, and then apparently wait to tell me they hadn’t even filed the registration for the car until 2 weeks after the temporary registration expired. Does anyone have any idea wtf is going on here or what my next steps should be?
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2023.05.30 07:06 Far-Employ4124 Not sure if scam: man asked for help jumpstarting car in DTLA

Today I was in my car in DTLA getting ready to drive away, when a man came to me and asked me to roll down my window. Note I’m on a pretty busy street at around 2pm. He told me that someone had tried to break into his car (parked right in front of me), and asked if I could help him jumpstart his car. I told him I don’t know how to do that (I’m a new driver). He then asked if I had cables or anything. I said sorry no and ended the conversation. He did look pretty distraught and there was a girl with him standing near the car. The car looked pretty beat up btw. Just wondering if this is a common scam? He seemed to be asking innocently for help but I had a weird feeling in my gut about it. Thanks!
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2023.05.30 07:03 FluoriteEye Daily Song Discussion #23: I'd Rather Sleep

This is the fifteenth track from Intro Bonito. How do you feel about this song? What are some of your favorite lyrics? What’s your favorite live performance of the song? How would you rank it among the rest of the band’s discography? How would you rate it out of 10? (decimals allowed) Inspired by u/beardlesshipster.
1-4: Not good. Regularly skip. 5: It's okay, but I might have to be in the right mood to listen to it. 6: Slightly better than average. I won't skip it, but I wouldn't choose to put it on. 7: This is a good song. I enjoy it quite a bit. 8-9: Really enjoyable songs. I rank them pretty high overall. 10: Masterpiece, magnus opus, or similar terminology
Rating Results
  1. Bonito Intro: 4.4
  2. Intro Bonito: 7.46
  3. Sick Beat: 9.44
  4. My Party: 8.32
  5. Cat vs. Dog: 6.45
  6. Kero Kero Bonito: 7.76
  7. Babies (Are So Strange): 6.06
  8. Bonito Jingle: 7
  9. Homework: 7.14
  10. Pocket Crocodile: 7.91
  11. Park Song: 8.46
  12. Let's Go To The Forest: 7
  13. Small Town: 8.06
  14. I'd Rather Sleep:
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2023.05.30 07:03 SportsPicksChat 5/30 Tuesday MLB Cleveland Guardians vs Baltimore Orioles Betting Preview

5/30 Tuesday MLB Cleveland Guardians vs Baltimore Orioles Betting Preview
In this Tuesday MLB matchup, the Cleveland Guardians will face off against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Both teams have shown promise this season, and this game promises to be an exciting contest. In this betting preview, we will analyze the reasons why each team could cover the Run Line, as well as why the game could go over or under the Total. We will also consider the teams' Against The Spread (ATS) and OveUnder (OU) records and trends to provide valuable insights. So let's dive into the analysis and make a prediction for the final score.
ATS and OU Records and Trends: The Cleveland Guardians enter this game with a 24-29 record and have had a mixed performance against the spread. They are 2-4 ATS in their last six games and have gone under the total in their previous five games. On the road, the Guardians have been solid, going 5-0 ATS in their last five away games. However, they have struggled when playing against the Orioles, with a 2-4 ATS record in their last six matchups.
On the other hand, the Baltimore Orioles have been impressive this season, boasting a 34-20 record. They have excelled against the spread, going 16-8 ATS in their last 24 games. However, recently they have struggled, going 1-4 ATS in their previous five games. The total has gone under in four of the Orioles' last five games, but they have been strong when playing at home, going 4-2 ATS in their last six home games.
Reasons for Covering the Run Line: Cleveland Guardians:
  1. Cal Quantrill's Performance: Cal Quantrill, the starting pitcher for the Guardians, has shown signs of improvement in his recent starts. Despite a 2-3 record, he has posted a respectable ERA of 4.75. In his last three starts, he has averaged over five innings per game and has the ability to keep the Orioles' offense in check.
  2. Recent Head-to-Head Success: In the most recent matchup between these two teams, the Guardians defeated the Orioles with a score of 5-0. This victory could give them the confidence they need to cover the Run Line once again.
Baltimore Orioles:
  1. Kyle Gibson's Strong Performance: Kyle Gibson, the Orioles' starting pitcher, has been impressive this season with a 6-3 record and a 3.82 ERA. He has allowed fewer hits and runs per inning compared to Quantrill, giving the Orioles a better chance of covering the Run Line.
  2. Home Field Advantage: The Orioles have been dominant at home, boasting a 16-11 record. Playing in front of their home crowd could provide the necessary motivation and support to cover the Run Line.
Reasons for Going Over or Under the Total: Over:
  1. Offensive Potential: Both teams possess capable lineups that can produce runs. The Guardians average 3.42 runs per game, while the Orioles average 5.00 runs per game. If the hitters find their rhythm and the pitchers struggle, we could see a high-scoring game.
  2. Previous Matchup: In the most recent game between these two teams, they combined for a total of five runs. This could indicate that the offenses are still finding their form, leading to a potential increase in scoring in this matchup.
  1. Strong Pitching Performances: Both Quantrill and Gibson have displayed their ability to limit runs in recent starts. With their solid performances and the potential for bullpen contributions, we could see a lower-scoring game.
  2. Recent Under Trend: As mentioned earlier, both teams have seen the total go under in their previous games. The Guardians have gone under in their last five games, while the Orioles have gone under in four of their last five games. This trend could continue, indicating a lower-scoring game.
Prediction: Considering the factors discussed above, this game between the Cleveland Guardians and the Baltimore Orioles has the potential to be a closely contested matchup. While both teams have capable lineups, the strong performances of the starting pitchers, as well as the recent under trends, suggest that this could be a lower-scoring game. Therefore, our prediction is that the game will go under the total, and the final score will be relatively close.
Final Score Prediction: Cleveland Guardians 4, Baltimore Orioles 3
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2023.05.30 07:02 NYCIndieConcerts Mod's List - This Week in Live Rock / Indie / Alternative / Punk Shows (May 30 - June 4)

Memorial Day weekend has come and gone, and if you weren't in any of the big crowds for Blink 182, Paramore, Taylor Swift/Phoebe Bridgers, or the musical festivals happening on along the east coast, you might itching for some live music this week. June means beach season is here and that means beach shows, with Rippers opening this weekend. Plus, Paramore is still in town, playing a pair of shows with Bloc Party, not to mention tour stops by AJJ, Thrice, Panchiko and Young the Giant, and yet another sellout for Bill Joel, who returns to make up December's cancelled show.
If you're new to this sub or just passing through, each week I try to highlight the "best" upcoming rock, punk, indie and alternative shows. I scour the web and social media for concert announcement, booking, rescheduling, etc., and then pick which shows are vying for my time and money (or which would've been if they weren't sold out). This is not intended to be an exhaustive list as there are other non-reddit resources that cast a wider net on live shows, including pop, hip hop and comedy shows, but feel free to add any missing shows using the comments (especially for other genres).
As usual, listed times are approximate start times (not door); prices are estimates for door tickets, and do not include online fees and taxes.


Brutus + Trixie Whitley @ Gramercy Theatre, 7pm ($20)
LPR15 Panchiko + Horse Jumper of Love + LSD & the Search for God @ (le) poisson rouge, 7:30pm (SOLD OUT)
Paramore + Bloc Party + Genesis Owusu @ Madison Square Garden, 7pm ($185+)
Voice of Gowanus Fundraiser @ Public Records, 7pm ($50+) feat. Yo La Tengo + Marc Ribot + The Martin Bisi Collective
Peppermint + Sheer Curtains + Scout Gillett @ Purgatory, 8pm ($15)


Mega Bog + Mary Jane Dunphe + Shallowhalo @ Baby's All Right, 7pm ($15)
Cinema Stare + Leisure Hour + Good Looking Friends + Fear Not Ourselves Alone @ Bar Freda, 8pm ($15)
Leor Miller's Fear of Her Own Desire + Mt. Worry + Fat Trout Trailer Park + Bedridden @ The Broadway, 8:30pm ($15)
Unwed Sailor + Caravela + Spa @ The Kingsland, 8pm ($15)
LPR15 Panchiko + Horse Jumper of Love + LSD & the Search for God @ (le) poisson rouge, 7:30pm (SOLD OUT)
Paramore + Bloc Party + Genesis Owusu @ Madison Square Garden, 7pm ($185+)
Heart Attack Man + Super American + Arm's Length + Photocopy @ Racket, 7pm ($20)
Bridge City Sinners + Crazy and the Brains @ Saint Vitus, 8pm ($20)
Michael Ian CummingsEP release show + Alex Orange Drink + CUTTTERS + SUO @ The Sultan Room, 8pm ($17)
Pons + Dolly Spartans + Consumables + Bosco Mujo @ Union Pool, 8pm ($15)
AJJ + Oceanator + Gladie @ Webster Hall, 8pm ($25)


Jelly Kellyalbum release show + Skorts + Le Big Zero + Brodeo @ ALPHAVILLE, 9pm ($12)
Pride Month Kickoff Party @ Brooklyn Made, 8pm ($20) feat. partygirl + Laura Danae + Monarch + Tula Vera + LEONE
Big Wreck + Mick's Jaguar @ Gramercy Theatre, 7pm ($30)
Atlas Engine + Diary + Lukka + Endearments @ Rubulad, 8:30 ($12)
Tristen + Colatura + BenBen @ The Sultan Room, 8pm ($15)
Thrice The Artist in the Ambulance 20th Anniversary tour + Holy Fawn @ Terminal 5, 8pm (SOLD OUT)


Massa Nera + Trophy Hunt + Common Sage @ The Broadway, 9pm ($15)
Onesie "What You Kill" single + music video release show + Nite Music + The Roulettes @ East Williamsburg Econolodge, 9pm ($5)
Dreamers + Robert DeLong @ Elsewhere - The Hall, 7pm ($25)
Billy Joel @ Madison Square Garden, 8pm (SOLD OUT) Rescheduled from Dec. 19, 2022
Fenne Lily & Christian Lee Hutson + Why Bonnie @ Music Hall of Williamsburg, 8pm ($25)
Climates + No Kill + North by North + AK & the Hallucinations @ Our Wicked Lady, 8pm ($15)
Wince + Bleary Eyed + Screenager @ Trans-Pecos, 8pm ($12)
Jeromes Dream + Elizabeth Colour Wheel + Venus Twins @ TV EYE, 8pm ($15)
Gorgeous + Gold Dime + Fred Cracklin + Free Casino @ The Windjammer, 9pm ($15)


The New Colossus Festival presents Summer Saturdays @ 18th Ward Brewing, 1pm (FREE) feat. The Big Easy + Abby Jeanne + Sara Devoe + Telescope Club
New Pope + Tiers La Familia + parlor walls @ Mama Tried, 4pm (FREE)
Bueno single release show + Zero Point Energy + Rebecca Ryskalczyk + Scarlet @ ALPHAVILLE, 9pm ($15)
Monarch + The Poster Child + North By North + Amalia Juliane @ Berlin, 7:30pm ($12)
L.O.T.I.O.N. + Multinational Corporation + Abuso de Poder + Abism @ The Broadway, 9pm ($15)
Miracle Sweepstakes + Phantom Handshakes + Harper Love @ East Williamsburg Econolodge, 9pm ($5)
LPR15 - IN THE ROUND Pissing Jeans + Carnivorous Bells + Shop Talk @ (le) poisson rouge, 7:30pm ($20)
Wunderhorse + Glom @ Mercury Lounge, 9:30pm (SOLD OUT)
Young the Giant + Milky Chance + TALK @ Pier 17 - Rooftop, 6pm (SOLD OUT)
Blue Note Jazz Festival Presents Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers + John Scofield + Kenny Garrett + Christian McBride @ Town Hall, 8pm ($60+)
Fear City Presents OH BONDAGE, UP YOURS! - Night 1@ TV EYE, 8pm ($20/30) feat. Baby Shakes + Natalie Sweet + Josephine Network + The Out-Sect + The High Kinks + Civil Rats + Sweat + The Dracu-Las + The Wanderers
Semaphore + Velvet + Percocet @ The Windjammer, 9pm ($15)


Young the Giant + Milky Chance + TALK @ Pier 17 - Rooftop, 6pm (SOLD OUT)
Fear City Presents OH BONDAGE, UP YOURS! - Night 2@ TV EYE, 8pm ($20/30) feat. Mel Machete + Killer Kin + Vixen 77 + Soraia + Revelatours + Loretta + Tits Dick Ass + WifeKnife + Not All Heroes
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2023.05.30 07:00 jainullas Roast my North-East plan from Bangalore

Roast my North-East plan from Bangalore
I am planning to do this Solo trip in Oct/Nov.

Trip plan in Google Maps

Day 1: Bangalore to Guwahati
  • Fly from Bangalore to Guwahati. (Zostel Guwahati)
  • Explore Guwahati, visit the Kamakhya Temple, Umananda Island, and enjoy a sunset cruise on the Brahmaputra River.
Day 2: Guwahati to Kaziranga National Park
  • Travel from Guwahati to Kaziranga National Park.
  • Enjoy an evening at leisure.
Day 3: Kaziranga National Park
  • Embark on jeep and elephant safaris in Kaziranga National Park to spot wildlife.
Day 4: Kaziranga National Park
  • Continue exploring Kaziranga National Park and enjoy wildlife sightings.
Day 5: Kaziranga National Park to Majuli Island
  • Leave Kaziranga National Park and travel to Majuli Island.
  • Reach Jorhat and proceed to Nimatighat, the ferry point for Majuli Island.
  • Take a ferry ride to Majuli Island.
  • Explore Majuli Island, visit the Satras (monasteries), and experience the local culture.
Day 6: Majuli Island to Jorhat
  • Spend the morning exploring more of Majuli Island.
  • Return to Nimatighat by ferry and travel back to Jorhat.
  • Visit attractions in Jorhat, such as Raja Maidam, Thengal Bhawan, and Jorhat Gymkhana Club.
Day 7: Jorhat to Shillong
  • Travel from Jorhat to Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya. (Zostel Shillong)
  • Visit Ward's Lake, Shillong Peak, and the Don Bosco Museum.
Day 8: Shillong and Cherrapunjee
  • Explore Cherrapunjee and witness stunning waterfalls like Nohkalikai Falls and Seven Sisters Falls.
Day 9: Shillong to Gangtok
  • Travel from Shillong to Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim. (Zostel Gangtok)
  • Visit Enchey Monastery, Rumtek Monastery, and enjoy the scenic beauty.
Day 10: Gangtok
  • Explore Tsomgo Lake, Tashi Viewpoint, and other attractions in Gangtok.
Day 11: Gangtok to Darjeeling
  • Drive from Gangtok to Darjeeling.
  • Experience the sunrise over the Kanchenjunga from Tiger Hill.
Day 12: Darjeeling
  • Visit Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, and Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, and enjoy the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (Toy Train). (Zostel Darjeeling)
Day 13: Darjeeling
  • Explore Darjeeling and its tea estates.
  • Visit local attractions and enjoy the charm of the town.
Day 14: Darjeeling to Bangalore
  • Fly from Bagdogra Airport (near Darjeeling) back to Bangalore
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2023.05.30 06:58 Sunfire_fire Why is dating so hard?

29F. I asked this guy out and I said I wanted children on the first date and he said he did not. We got along great, and I have kicking myself ever since because I do not have a time-line on kids and at this point in my life I am nowhere near ready. We still talk on Instagram and I asked if we could try and he said we could see each other again. Now he is saying his friend is interested in me, and stupidly said that he can give my number to his friend. I don't think I want any advice; just wanted to vent I guess. He doesn't have Instagram on his phone and I do not have his number so we talk on the weekends when he is free. Everyone I get a message from him, I feel like electricity is running through my body. . I feel happy when I see his messages, but that all suddenly goes away when I do not know if this is going to be a romantic or platonic relationship (on the first date he would like to be friends, we have a lot in common and we were even walking through the park holding hands).
I have never had a boyfriend before and I have only been on one date. I always thought that when I would see people obsessing over 'do they like or not' on TV and movies was just drama for the camera, but it is real and I hate not knowing. I love this feeling, but I hate as well and I do not think I want to go through this anymore
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2023.05.30 06:58 thejesiah My partner painted this toll collecting troll

My partner painted this toll collecting troll
I planted some tomatoes in the parking strip and made a sign that reads, "You gotta pay the troll toll, to get this boy's toma-to" with a list of acceptable payments. My partner painted this amazing Danny to address the passers.
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