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2023.05.30 09:14 random_news_guy Danny wouldn't make it this clear, would he?

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2023.05.30 08:58 recipejinkins This account feels like danny making a fake fan account. Like where are these clips from?

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2023.05.30 08:55 DailyHoroscopeIndia Today's Horoscope! (30th of May, 2023)✨

♈️ Aries: Aries, your fiery charisma is set to draw in someone captivating today. If sparks fly but don't ignite into a full flame, don't let it dampen your confidence. It's time to take the bull by the horns and explore avenues for growth professionally. Health-wise, fortify your defenses against any bugs going around. An adventure with your ride-or-die pal is also in the cards, so plan well ahead to sidestep any travel faux pas. Keep a close eye on your wallet and avoid real estate or stock market investments for now. Lastly, remember to be mindful of your straightforwardness as it can make your friends a bit apprehensive.
♉️ Taurus: Today is a day of deepening bonds for those in relationships, Taurus. Singles should keep an eye out for intuitive Cancer signs, as love is in the air. Financially, you may face a small hiccup, but use this as a lesson in budgeting and future planning. Health-wise, your bladder might be more active today, so plan for extra pit stops. Travel is the key to life's experiences, so take the time to explore the world around you. Luck may not be on your side when it comes to money matters, but your charisma is set to skyrocket, making every social interaction a positive one. Emotionally, you are mostly content with your life's course, but there may be an aspect that needs a boost. Reflect on what that might be and seek out ways to improve it.
♊️ Gemini: Gemini, with Venus bestowing its blessings on your relationships, you can expect a smooth sailing day in the sea of love. Singles, don’t worry if your flirty charm hits a speed bump with Libra, your day will come! Financially, you are in for a windfall, so seize this opportunity to boost your bank balance. Health wise, it’s time to fill your plate with a rainbow of fruits and veggies to get the essential vitamins your body craves. And why not add an intense workout to supercharge your health quest today? Travel may have slipped off your radar today, but it’s okay to take a breather and focus on other things. Keep your eyes peeled for the numbers 10 and 31 as they are set to bring a dash of luck into your day. Finally, channel any negative vibes into a productive pursuit today and use your unstoppable spirit to keep the blues at bay.
♋️ Cancer: Cancer, your sensitivity is a secret strength and your partner appreciates it. If you're single, take the time to reflect on past relationships and use them as learning experiences for the future. An unexpected email may bring financial news that reveals a forgotten windfall. You are radiating health and confidence, and your aura is as bright as a summer's day. An upcoming journey with someone special has you counting down the days. The numbers 7 and 43 are your lucky stars today, so keep them in mind. Your emotional landscape is blossoming with positivity, and self-improvement is a bumpy road but the rewards make it worth it. Keep going, the journey is as beautiful as the destination.
♌️ Leo: Today might not be the best day for romance, but singles should keep their eyes open for a special Pisces. Professionally, you're on the right track and your ambition is paying off - you could even be in for a pay bump! Health-wise, it's important to check in with your optometrist if you wear prescription glasses. Travel could bring a new perspective and 37 and 8 could be your lucky numbers. Emotionally, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed - take some time to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.
♍️ Virgo: Today is a day of love and luck for Virgo. Venus is showering you with affectionate energy, so if you're in a relationship, expect to bask in a warm glow of love. Singles, look out for a Capricorn with a smile that lights up the room - some delightful flirtation may be in the cards. At work, you may face some challenging dynamics, but counter any negativity with a radiant smile. Financially, you're on an upswing, so keep up the momentum. Health-wise, you're in great shape, so stay on track with a balanced lifestyle to keep the good health vibes flowing. If you're feeling adventurous, consider couch surfing as a budget-friendly accommodation alternative. Lady Luck might not be knocking on your door today, but it's a neutral day on the luck front, so you've got the reins. Finally, thanks to the good vibes from your ruling planet, you'll feel a wave of positivity and happiness today. Soak up the sunny energy and shine on!
♎️ Libra: Today is a day of love and learning for Libras. Single Libras may find themselves drawn to someone who is already taken, while those in relationships should take the time to appreciate the loving gestures from their partner. At work, break up the monotony with a chat over lunch with a colleague. Unemployed Libras should keep an eye out for a potential job lead. Health-wise, those with a history of blood pressure issues may experience a mild fluctuation, but overall health should remain steady. For those with long commutes, use the time to read or listen to an audiobook and turn the journey into a learning experience. Lady Luck favours the colour red and the number 15 today, so if possible, add a touch of green to your outfit for an extra sprinkle of good fortune. Finally, take some time to disconnect from your devices and give yourself the tranquillity you deserve.
♏️ Scorpio: Single Scorpios should be prepared for a day of flirtatious vibes, as a charismatic Gemini is sure to capture your attention. For those who are married, a small tiff may arise around money matters and kids, but it's important to remember that these small battles can help strengthen your bond. In the workplace, your boss may have some concerns, so be sure to acknowledge them and strive to improve. Financially, you may experience highs and lows, but have faith in your ability to balance it all. Health-wise, it's time to commit to healthier choices, such as quitting smoking if you're a smoker. When it comes to travel, make sure to familiarize yourself with the local customs and traditions, as respect for others' cultures is the key to meaningful experiences. Your ruling planet has your back today, especially when it comes to financial affairs, so consider playing the stock market if you're feeling lucky. Lastly, be gentle with your own heart today, as a figure from your past may resurface in your thoughts. Allow yourself to remember, grieve, and heal.
♐️ Sagittarius: Today is a day of change and progress for you, Sagittarius. If you're in a relationship, it may be time to seek advice from trusted friends if you're feeling uncertain. For those who are single, the presence of an Aquarius may bring a sense of comfort. At work, a colleague is set to drop some significant news, so be prepared for change. Financially, you may receive a boost, and job seekers should stay alert as your phone may hold the key to a promising opportunity. Health-wise, it's time to book an appointment with a healthcare professional and get a comprehensive check-up. When travelling, remember to squirrel away some 'just-in-case' funds for peace of mind. Lady Luck is whispering your numbers today: 39 and 1, so expect some positive magic to come your way. An understanding Leo is also set to step into your emotional realm today, guiding you towards emotional clarity.
♑️ Capricorn: Single Capricorns should take advantage of the day and show off their vibrant party spirit. Those in relationships should be prepared for secrets to come out into the open. Jupiter's aura makes this a potentially lucrative day, so bring your best to the workplace and show your dedication. Health-wise, consider joining a gym or sports team and try to balance your diet. If you're travelling, immerse yourself in the local culture and try out the local delicacies. Your lucky numbers for the day are 4 and 10. Lastly, it's time to work on managing your emotions more effectively and cultivating a steadier emotional climate.
♒️ Aquarius: Today is a day of mixed emotions for Aquarius. On the one hand, those in relationships can expect an extra sparkle in their bond, while single Aquarians should brace themselves for potential heartache. Professionally, it's important to open up and invite collaboration, as cooperation is key for success. Health-wise, you're set to enjoy a day of physical vigor and mental calm, so don't forget to stay hydrated. Travelers should take the time to learn about their destination before embarking. Luck will be on your side in social scenarios, but it might not be the best day to make real estate investments. Emotionally, you're holding up well and your strength will help you weather any storm that comes your way.
♓️ Pisces: Today is a day of kindness and patience for Pisces. If you are in a relationship, be understanding and empathetic towards your partner. For those who are single, an unexpected ping from a past flame may be on the horizon. Professionally, there is a golden opportunity coming your way that could lead to a promotion and a financial boost. Health-wise, consistency is key when it comes to fitness, so make sure to pair your workout regime with a healthy diet and consider bringing a personal trainer onboard. If you are travelling today, don't forget to pack your travel insurance. Jupiter, your cosmic benefactor of luck and prosperity, is sending positive energy your way, so embrace it and let it guide your day. Emotionally, you are feeling grounded and balanced, but if you live with family, some pressure or nerves may creep in - but you've got this, Pisces!

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2023.05.30 05:54 frogpenis69 greggonzalez333 on tiktok is danny

greggonzalez333 on tiktok is danny
i dont have any evidence but they are danny
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2023.05.30 05:05 Ikestrman Daily Pick'Em Thread Tuesday, 05/30/2023 Game day

Welcome back to another Pick'Em thread!
This post can be used to discuss your picks for 05/30/2023. If you have any feedback or suggestions on improving the thread further, drop a comment below or message the moderators.
Don't forget: picks must be submitted during the twelve-hour window before Noon EDT on game day, you can only make one selection per day, and missed days count as losses, so choose wisely and don't delay!
Games for Tuesday, 05/30/2023:
Matchup and Team Records Probable Pitchers (Season ERA) Estimated Win Probability
Texas Rangers (34-19) @ Detroit Tigers (25-27) Martin Perez (3.83) / Alex Faedo (4.15) 57% / 43%
San Diego Padres (24-29) @ Miami Marlins (28-26) Ryan Weathers (3.94) / Sandy Alcantara (4.86) 53% / 47%
Cleveland Guardians (24-29) @ Baltimore Orioles (34-20) Cal Quantrill (4.75) / Kyle Gibson (3.82) 47% / 53%
Milwaukee Brewers (28-25) @ Toronto Blue Jays (28-26) Adrian Houser (2.25) / Yusei Kikuchi (4.56) 43% / 57%
Cincinnati Reds (24-29) @ Boston Red Sox (28-25) Ben Lively (2.65) / Brayan Bello (4.08) 38% / 62%
Philadelphia Phillies (25-28) @ New York Mets (27-27) Ranger Suarez (9.82) / Kodai Senga (3.94) 44% / 56%
Kansas City Royals (17-38) @ St. Louis Cardinals (24-32) Zack Greinke (4.55) / Miles Mikolas (4.23) 36% / 64%
Tampa Bay Rays (39-17) @ Chicago Cubs (23-30) Shane McClanahan (1.97) / Kyle Hendricks (6.23) 57% / 43%
Minnesota Twins (28-26) @ Houston Astros (31-22) Joe Ryan (2.21) / Brandon Bielak (3.55) 43% / 57%
Los Angeles Angels (29-26) @ Chicago White Sox (22-34) Tyler Anderson (4.81) / Lucas Giolito (3.98) 51% / 49%
Colorado Rockies (24-31) @ Arizona Diamondbacks (31-23) Kyle Freeland (3.86) / Zac Gallen (2.97) 39% / 61%
Atlanta Braves (32-22) @ Oakland Athletics (11-45) Bryce Elder (2.01) / JP Sears (4.70) 68% / 32%
New York Yankees (32-23) @ Seattle Mariners (28-25) Nestor Cortes (5.30) / Logan Gilbert (3.60) 52% / 48%
Pittsburgh Pirates (26-27) @ San Francisco Giants (28-26) Johan Oviedo (4.70) / John Brebbia (3.68) 40% / 60%
Washington Nationals (23-30) @ Los Angeles Dodgers (32-22) Jake Irvin (5.32) / Tony Gonsolin (1.82) 30% / 70%
  1. All columns are Away / Home. Records are typically current as-of the time of posting, and do not always contain the matchup results from the day of posting.
  2. A bolded matchup means that there is a "Probability of Precipitation" greater than 50% in a non-domed stadium at the time of this post.
  3. An italicized matchup means that it is Game 2 of a doubleheader, which for Pick'Em purposes will not be applicable (only Game 1 is counted, but Game 2 is still included above so that you can be aware that pitching management may be different than a non-doubleheader game day).
  4. Probable pitchers and stats sourced from (via the MLB-StatsAPI); weather data soured from the OpenWeather One Call API.
  5. Estimated chance of winning percentages sourced from FiveThirtyEight’s 2023 MLB Game Predictions, an ELO-based, easy to understand ratings system.
Details such as probable pitchers, winning odds, and match certainty are subject to change. Note that a pick for a team in a cancelled game (weather or otherwise) is automatically counted as a correct guess.
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2023.05.30 03:33 abeecrombie Best cities to live in for youngish modern Orthodox

We all know that living in major Jewish areas is expensive. With remote work more a thing I feel like some ppl can be more choosy in terms of the cities they choose to live in. However if you want to keep kosher, attend shul and send your kids to Hebrew school you need to live in a Jewish community. But maybe now not that same community you work in.
I'm curious what people think is the best place to live, assuming you are a youngish mo family. Affordability is high on my list but so is community and weather ( sorry Montreal and Chicago your winters are way too cold ). I've heard of a few ppl moving to Cleveland and Cincinnati Ohio as they are more affordable than NY / NJ / LA / Miami which have a big community but are very expensive. Isreal is a dream but also very unaffordable.
In my short list I have Atlanta, though it's not as cheap as it was a few years ago, South Carolina ( Jewish community is too small I think) and Texas.
Would love to hear about US cities but thoughts about other places across the globe are welcome. If Australia or Canada was affordable who knows.
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2023.05.30 03:25 Globin_dev Weather - Live & Forecast, Live weather information, forecast, radar and more

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Weather app is a beautiful and simple application help to know live weather information, forecast and more. Weather app will automatically detect device current location or users can search for any locations and gives detailed weather info and forecast.
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2023.05.30 03:16 HandStitchedBody Resources related to the May 31, 2013 El Reno Tornado

With the upcoming 10-year anniversary of El Reno May 31, 2013 here are some links to videos and articles about or related to this event, with a focus more on the science, as well as footage links so they can all be in one place for anyone looking. This is by no means remotely exhaustive, and will not include the numerous documentaries or news articles about this event. Rest in peace to the eight people killed by the tornado and the many others who died due to storm related flooding. Five of the eight killed by the tornado were storm chasers. Three were veteran chasers Paul Samaras, Tim Samaras and Carl Young and the others were amateur chaser Richard Henderson and another unnamed chaser who was only discovered later to have been chasing that day through the work of the El Reno Survey project. You can read a post about that by Skip Talbot here.
Overview NWS page on the tornadoes and flooding event of May 31st-June 1st, 2013 Wikipedia page
Some Papers/Posts Crowdsourcing the El Reno 2013 Tornado: A New Approach for Collation and Display of Storm Chaser Imagery for Scientific Applications: This is a paper about the amazing El Reno Survey project and it has many other linked papers in it. Multiscale overview of the El Reno Tornadic Supercell The Role of Multiple-Vortex Tornado Structure in Causing Storm Researcher Fatalities Tornadogenesis and Early Tornado Evolution in the El Reno, Oklahoma, Supercell on 31 May 2013: Details how the main circulation started on/close to the ground. Other papers have been written since on the non-descending nature of tornadoes. Houser, Tornadogenesis (part 1) and Tornadogenesis (part 2) are a few. Anticipating Deviant Tornado Motion Doppler Radar Observations of Anticyclonic tornadoes in Cyclonically Rotating, Right-Moving Supercells- Has more information and analysis of the multi-vortex anti-cyclonic tornado that occurred in the rear flank gust front of the parent supercell towards the end of the El Reno track.
Damage survey results and related considerations Aerial Damage Survey Combined with Mobile Radar Data Ground-based Damage Survey and Radar Analysis Some Considerations for the Use of High-Resolution Mobile Radar Data in Tornado Intensity Determination
A couple writings/discussions about the final rating Chuck Doswell's EF Scale Rating's Brouhaha and More on the EF-Scale Controversy Old Stormtrack thread that Jeff Snyder participated in. Both this thread and Doswell's writings above were from 2013 so other things have since been gleaned from this event, but both contain most if not all of the more informed reasons for the argument around the rating. Snyder wrote the paper linked above about considerations for using mobile radar in determining tornado intensity the following year. Adding the Current Proposed Revision to the EF Scale since a lot of those more organized discussions seemed to have stemmed from this event.
(note: I enjoy the science involved in aspects of the rating, but personally find the ratings themselves boring and uninformative as they merely simplify something very complex into a metric (that then is reduced even further into wind speeds) that a lot of times just seem to operate as a function of competition and/or morbid destruction allure. In general reducing everything involved in a tornado to a static thing with defined borders and simplified properties isn't helpful in understanding all the forces themselves or in understanding the complex way those forces interact with everything around them. I recommend reading the damage survey and discussion links above to help understand the reasoning given for this particular rating and the science of the considerations around radar indicated speeds and tornadic intensity along with some more well thought out arguments against the rating this event was given. If for no other reason than to move away from more common subjective-bias based arguments ("i know a huge EF5 when i see one" "obviously from the footage it was a massive wedge EF5 world destroyer") and in to more informed discussions if they must happen.)
Synced: El Reno Sync and El Reno Sync. Neither of course contain all the footage but are especially good to watch just so you can see how radically different it looked at different times depending on where the person was. The second one has a minor sync error that is noted in the pinned comment. Definite major acknowledgement for these syncs goes to the El Reno Survey Project and their Tornado Environmental Display (which sadly seems to no longer function).
Footage: A lot of people's footage can be found on the El Reno Survey Participants page by clicking on the links under the video column, so i won't link those here. Some participants aren't listed or their footage isn't linked and others may not have participated or have posted additional footage so I'll link other unlisted footage I am aware of below. Also note that Pecos Hank's footage is listed under his name (Hank Schyma) in the above link. Jim Bishop, Reed Timmer (Other footage from him can be seen by looking up Tornado Chasers S02E11-12), Dan Robinson, Allan Gwyn, Brendon Lindsey, Skip Talbot, Melanie Metz and Peggy Willenberg, George Kourounis, Stephen Barabas and Justin Hoyt, Mark Imes, Jason Weingart, Justin Drake and Simon Brewer, Jared Stevenson, Brad Hannon, Derek Watson, Greg McLaughlin and others, Bobby Hines, David Demko and Heidi Farrar, Robin Tanamachi, Daniel Dawson, Greg Johnson and Ricky Forbes and Peter Slack (behind-the-scenes), various Mike Bettes and TWC footage can be found on youtube as well as various documentaries on Tim Samaras, Paul Samaras and Carl Young.
NWS Norman's Lessons from the most dangerous tornado in storm observing history Skip Talbot's essential Safety Lessons from El Reno Convective Chronicle's El Reno, OK May 31, 2103: A Case Study (haven't watched this yet but everything else they do is brilliant so I'm sure this is too. They use a lot of the papers I've linked above in the PapePosts section as primary resource, so recommended for folks who prefer watching/listening to reading)
Presentations Jana Houser presentation: Novel Observations of the 2013 El Reno Tornado: Confirming Ground-Up Tornadogenesis through Coupled Rapid-Scan Radar Data and Crowd-Sourced Storm Chaser Videography John T. Allen presentation: Crowd-Sourcing the Storm: A New Approach for Obtaining and Collating Scientific Tornado Observations
Additional: NWS roundtable put out today discussing the tornadoes on May 19, 20 and 31st of 2013
Again, this is by no means exhaustive and if you have suggestions to add to the list I'm happy to. I'll try and update this post with other things that may come out in the next couple days that might be of particular interest, like the upcoming NWS Norman StoryMap. If there are any issues with any link let me know.
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2023.05.30 03:06 RavenMarvel Is it usually this hot all summer? 😖

We just moved here from Chicago, IL. I was under the impression that the weather and temperatures were similar, especially based on what I read online. People and pages I checked even implied it was a little cooler here, on average. However, it seems like that was wrong and I feel like I'm being baked in an oven today while it's the coolest day expected in the next week. Is this hell? Does it usually stay in the 80s and 90s all summer? If yes, why was I born? Thanks for any insight.
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2023.05.30 03:04 moistbrisket17 Things to do May 30th-June 4th

Join the Fort Worth discord to connect w/other folks in FW, chat & check out different meet ups:
Thought this post would be the first w/o the PSA, but need to include it again: If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.
[Tuesday May 30th]
Pickleball Clinic 8:30-10:30 a.m. Chisholm Trail Community Center Free Learn the rules and the basics of playing pickleball.
Free Yoga Burnett Park 5:30-6:15PM bring your own mat
Silent Book Club 6:30-8PM Hotel Dryce free Silent Book Club
Geeks Who Drink T&P Tavern 7:30PM
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night University Pub FW 8-10PM
Dallas Sports & Entertainment Career Fair 3-5 p.m. College Park Center $30-$44 Learn about open positions and internships with the Wings, Mavericks, Rangers + other sports teams around the metroplex.
Trig44 presents Trig Tuesday ft. Dalton Torres, Taylor Ochs, Matt Gumley Tulips FW doors 7, show 8PM
[Wednesday May 31st]
Nature Hike 10-11:30 a.m. Nature Center, 9601 Fossil Ridge Rd. $5 Take in the beauty of the Texas countryside during this morning hike surrounded by blooming flowers.
Lunchtime Music Series Burnett Park 12-1PM Grab your lunch & enjoy the beautiful weather paired w/local artists
We Run Wednesday’s The trailhead at clearfork 6:30-8PM
Fort Worth Film Club May Signature Screening: Lucas before Luke The Stage West Theatre 7-10:30PM
No Pressure w/ Koyo, Illusion, & Fleshwater Tulips No Pressure, Koyo, Illusion, Fleshwater Tulips FW 7PM
Tekken 7 weekly meet 6-11PM, 21+ after 8PM Electric Starship Arcade $10 for the night/ $20 monthly pass Can bring your own wired controllefight stick or they’ll have some for public use If enough people, casual tournament bracket @ 9
BettySoo and Pat Byrne The Post at River East 8PM An intimate acoustic performance $20+
[Thursday Jun 1st]
Happy HouCrazy Crowler Sale 4-9PM Salsa Dance Lessons 7-8PM Neutral Ground Brewing Company
Erick Willis LIVE Rusty Nickel IceHouse 6PM $10+
Summer Menu Tasting Taste Community Restaurant 6-8PM
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Concerts in the Garden Festival Gates open 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Grab your picnic baskets & enjoy Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Greater Tuna Downtown Cowtown at the Isis June 1-3 8PM 2-man comedy show
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night HopFusion Ale Works 8-10PM
Crimson Wine Tasting at Neighbor’s House Grocery complimentary wine tasting for sipping & shopping. Guests get to try 4 different wines from Napa’s Crimson Wine Group Drop by anytime 4:30-6:30 pm
[Friday Jun 2nd]
First Fri-YAY All day Fort Worth Bike Sharing Stations Free Explore the city on wheels with a free bike rental courtesy of Fort Worth Bike Sharing and the Blue Zones Project — promo code “92020APP.”
Kimbell Happy Hour Kimbell Art Museum’s weekend happy hour 5-7 pm beverages & bites w/live music by the Allegro Guitar Society.
National Donut Day TX Whiskey 6 p.m. a donut + cocktail pairing, burgers, live music, on-site engraving, & a donut hole bar $35
FWSO’s Concerts in the Gardenl Gates open 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Grab your picnic baskets & enjoy symphony sounds Radio Highway Performs the Music of the Eagles *The orchestra does not perform on this concert.
Locals Only Hip Hop Haltom Theater 7-11PM
Live Music on the Plaza, Sundance Square 7-10PM every Fri-Sun
Dial Up - A 90's Party Experience Dial Up Tulips FW 8PM $15
Rhett Miller Tannahill's Tavern & Music Hall 8PM $44+
D.L. Hughley Arlington Improv Jun 2-4 times vary
That Texas Meskin Tour - THAT MEXICAN OT Ridglea Theater $40+
Special E.D w\ Dude-Man & MORE Doors 7:00pm, Start 8:00pm Lola's Fort Worth
[Saturday Jun 3rd]
Drag with Me! The Show: Brunch Located upstairs at The Red Goose Saloon the ONLY interactive Drag Show of its kind: 2 audience members will be selected each show to be transformed into a Drag Queen themselves, lip sync battle, & win their very own Drag with Me! Crown! Ticket price inc Meal & Show! 18+
FWSO’s Concerts in the Gardenl Gates open 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Chicago Nights featuring Jason Scheff
Zumba Sundance Square Plaza 9:45am - 11:00am
Goat Yoga Bedford! Generations Park at Boyd Ranch 10-11AM $20+
Catalina Canned Wine Mixer Truck Yard Alliance 12PM themed after the 2008 hit movie Step Brothers. Wear your best tuxedo t-shirt for a wine tasting, photo ops, food trucks, and a Step Brothers cover band. Admission is free, but a $15 wine tasting is offered from 7-9 pm, featuring six wine samples and a souvenir glass filled with frose. Costume contests will be held at 5 pm & 10 pm.
Random Direction artist pop up 1-6PM Love Sammy's chef popup 2-7PM Neutral Ground Brewing Company
CyberPunk w/ APT 75 + P!xel Ampersand 5:15-9PM
Miracle Nights Allmo$t Music US Tour Fort Worth Ridglea Theater 6PM
Ill Nino with Through Fire, Dropout Kings and more The Rail Club Live 6:30PM
WOODEYE (One Night Only) w/ Brave Little Howl + Vacation Dad Lola's 8PM $15
FANCY: Queens of Country Party - 21+ Tulips FW 10PM $15+
WOODEYE (One Night Only) w / Brave Little Howl + Vacation Dad Doors 7:00pm, Start 8:00pm Lola's Fort Worth
[Sunday June 4th]
Panther Island Beer Yoga Panther Island Brewing 10:30AM $20
Sunday Supper Club: Courtney Patton and Bri Bagwell The Post at River East 6PM $25+
The Damn Quails Fort Brewery & Pizza 7PM $10
FW Symphony Orchestra’s Concerts in the Gardenl Gates open 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Grab your picnic baskets & enjoy symphony sounds Classical Mystery Tour: A Tribute to the Beatles**The orchestra does not perform on this concert
Summer Afternoon Tea at Indulge Enjoy three courses inc chicken tarragon sandwiches, roasted vegetable phyllo cups, and street corn crostinis, scones with clotted cream and jam, cream puffs, madeleines, and shortbread cookies. Tea choices inc black or herbal blend. The tea service is $65 & begins at 2 pm.
Riders of the Purple Sage Hip Pocket Theatre until June 11 Fridays-Sundays 9PM $10+ Featuring action, adventure, & romance in the wide open spaces, it’s a classic Western of the silent film era
“Lives of the Gods” until Sept. 3 Kimbell Art Museum $14+ Explore the divinity of Mayan art at this exhibition of nearly 100 rarely seen masterpieces & discoveries
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2023.05.30 01:39 jelcoso J6! clues Monday May 29...

Are missing on the web site ( They have Friday's left up.
Does anyone archive these clues? (Perhaps add a J6! row on the j-archive formum).
On my last post of May 8th a commenter stated that Amazon Alexa had that day's J6! clues. I don't have access to Alexa. Can someone check if today's clues are up on Alexa and transcibe them? I've put up last May 26's clues as an example. Thanks.
MAY 26, 2023
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2023.05.30 01:01 Correct_Ad_9630 Reinsdorf Curse?

How come organizations such as the Lakers, Celtics and Spurs have sustained success and have won championships in multiple decades since the 90’s? Bulls haven’t made an appearance since 98!
How come a Top 5 player never wants to sign as a FA or “force” their way to Chicago? Ownership? High taxes? Jordan shadow? Weather?
With the recent Lonzo rumors Expected decline in Demar Lack of Draft Capital Donovan Extension
Bulls are at least 6-8 years away from even competing and should trade Lavine and Demar this summer.
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2023.05.29 23:10 chisoxbot GAME THREAD: Angels (28-26) @ White Sox (22-33) - Mon May 29 @ 7:10 PM

Angels (28-26) @ White Sox (22-33)

First Pitch: 7:10 PM at Guaranteed Rate Field
Team Starter TV Radio
Angels Griffin Canning (3-2, 4.95 ERA) BSW KLAA
White Sox Michael Kopech (3-4, 4.24 ERA) NBCSCH WMVP, TUDN WRTO (ES)
MLB Fangraphs Reddit Stream Discord
Gameday Game Graph Live Comments /baseball Discord

Line Score - Game Over

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
LAA 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 6 8 0 10
CWS 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 4 8 1 5

Box Score

SS Anderson, Ti 4 0 1 0 0 1 .268
LF Benintendi 4 1 1 0 0 0 .270
CF Robert Jr. 4 0 0 0 0 3 .251
RF Jiménez, E 4 1 2 2 0 1 .269
3B Moncada 4 0 0 0 0 3 .268
DH Vaughn 3 1 2 1 0 0 .244
1B Sheets 3 0 0 0 1 1 .250
PR Frazier 0 0 0 0 0 0 .238
2B González, R 3 1 1 1 0 1 .206
PH Burger 1 0 0 0 0 0 .248
C Zavala 2 0 1 0 0 1 .160
C Grandal 2 0 0 0 0 0 .258
Kopech 4.1 5 4 4 2 10 102-61 4.52
Santos 1.2 0 0 0 0 0 15-11 2.20
Middleton 1.0 0 0 0 1 3 20-12 1.45
Hendriks 1.0 3 2 2 1 0 27-16 18.00
Bummer 1.0 0 0 0 1 3 20-16 8.00
LF Moniak 5 0 1 0 0 2 .318
CF Trout 4 1 2 1 1 2 .283
DH Ohtani 4 1 0 0 0 2 .263
RF Renfroe 4 0 0 0 1 3 .248
2B Drury 4 1 2 3 1 2 .249
C Thaiss 5 2 3 1 0 1 .300
3B Urshela 5 0 0 0 0 2 .310
2B Rengifo 2 0 0 0 1 1 .200
1B Walsh 0 1 0 0 1 0 .111
SS Neto 2 0 0 1 0 1 .254
Canning 6.0 6 3 3 0 9 87-64 4.89
Joyce 1.0 1 0 0 0 2 12-10 0.00
Devenski 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 10-7 2.70
Estévez 1.0 1 1 1 1 0 18-9 1.50

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
T1 Brandon Drury homers (9) on a line drive to left center field. Mike Trout scores. Shohei Ohtani scores. 0-3
T1 Matt Thaiss homers (3) on a fly ball to center field. 0-4
B1 Eloy Jimenez singles on a sharp line drive to center fielder Mike Trout. Andrew Benintendi scores. 1-4
B4 Andrew Vaughn homers (7) on a fly ball to right field. 2-4
B5 Romy Gonzalez homers (2) on a fly ball to center field. 3-4
T8 Zach Neto out on a sacrifice fly to right fielder Eloy Jimenez. Matt Thaiss scores. 3-5
T8 Mike Trout singles on a line drive to shortstop Tim Anderson. Jared Walsh scores. Mickey Moniak to 3rd. 3-6
B9 Eloy Jimenez homers (5) on a fly ball to left center field. 4-6


Description Length Video
Bullpen availability for Chicago, May 29 vs Angels 0:07 Video
Bullpen availability for Los Angeles, May 29 vs White Sox 0:07 Video
Fielding alignment for Los Angeles, May 29 vs White Sox 0:11 Video
Fielding alignment for Chicago, May 29 vs Angels 0:11 Video
Starting lineups for Angels at White Sox - May 29, 2023 0:09 Video
The distance behind Brandon Drury's home run 0:14 Video
Visualizing Brandon Drury's swing using bat tracking technology 0:09 Video
Breaking down Matt Thaiss's home run 0:17 Video
A deep dive into Matt Thaiss's home run 0:09 Video
Measuring the stats on Andrew Vaughn's home run 0:14 Video
Visualizing Andrew Vaughn's swing using bat tracking technology 0:09 Video
Breaking down Michael Kopech's pitches 0:08 Video
Michael Kopech's outing against the Angels 0:22 Video
The distance behind Romy González's home run 0:14 Video
An animated look at Romy González's home run 0:09 Video
Breaking down Griffin Canning's pitches 0:08 Video
Griffin Canning's outing against the White Sox 0:23 Video
Brandon Drury cranks a three-run homer to left field 0:28 Video
Matt Thaiss mashes a solo home run to center field 0:28 Video
Eloy Jiménez laces an RBI single to center field 0:26 Video
Brandon Drury and Matt Thaiss belt back-to-back jacks 0:57 Video
Mike Trout lines single to left field in the 4th 0:19 Video
Andrew Vaughn wallops a solo home run to right field 0:29 Video
Romy González cranks a solo home run to left-center 0:25 Video
Liam Hendriks receives a standing ovation from crowd 0:28 Video
Ben Joyce records his first career strikeout 0:07 Video
Romy Gonzalez strikes out swinging. 0:06 Video
Zach Neto skies sacrifice fly to right field 0:26 Video
Mike Trout lines an RBI single to shortstop 0:23 Video
Zach Neto makes a smooth backhand play in the 8th 0:11 Video
Eloy Jiménez demolishes a solo home run to deep-left 0:37 Video


Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save
Canning (4-2, 4.89 ERA) Kopech (3-5, 4.52 ERA) Estévez (13 SV, 1.50 ERA)
Attendance Weather Wind
74°F, Cloudy 3 mph, In From LF
HP 1B 2B 3B
John Libka Clint Vondrak James Hoye D.J. Reyburn
Game ended at 10:02 PM.
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2023.05.29 22:31 TheOnlyArmadillo Best resource to learn about meteorology for a beginner?

Hello! I have recently been interested in learning about weather, but it seems so complex and diverse that I don't know where to start! I know some basic stuff, such as how some storms are formed and cloud types and such, but I would like to learn some more technicalities of the subject.
I have been to an event where a local meteorologist spoke about la nina and el nino and all that (fascinating! That really sparked my interest) and have an app (Wx) on my phone which aggregates all sorts of local charts, radars, announcements and weather patterns, but I don't know how to read and understand much of it.
I don't even know where to begin, but I figured that this community would!
What are some books/textbooks, websites, courses or videos y'all recommend for a beginner?
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2023.05.29 22:16 Nevaevae These three TikTok accounts are Danny and there could be more out there

These three TikTok accounts are Danny and there could be more out there submitted by Nevaevae to DannyGonzalez [link] [comments]

2023.05.29 20:32 Hour-Meeting CRITICAL THINKING TIME: danny secret new account?

CRITICAL THINKING TIME: danny secret new account?
CRITICAL THINKING TIME: at first it seemed real, but then it became obvious it is satire. However, we haven’t seen any posts about the paparazzi anywhere other than this account…. suspicious. And, for a fan account it’s suspicious he isn’t following anyone… including himself….
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2023.05.29 20:10 3rin4ly554 DONT SUPPORT THE REPOSTER!! Support the actual creator :)

DONT SUPPORT THE REPOSTER!! Support the actual creator :)
It’s so sad to see a repost page take the credit for the actual people who made the video
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2023.05.29 19:58 jvttlus B-36 lower nose crew (nav, photo nav, gunner/weather, radar observer)

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2023.05.29 19:05 TrulyTranscend 4.2.5

Update 4.2.5 is now live on Steam, Paradoxplaza and ModDB.

Major Features

- Restored Lone Star’s Hand Warband path’s previously incomplete Legion events and decisions. The additions from this include access to a small number of wargoals, a modest branching chain of new events and decisions for marching to Castra Sol Rubrum, the alternate ability to join Lanius’s Horde should Lanius form the Eastern Legion and the choice to serve as a subject rather than being annexed into Lanius or the Legion proper should Lanius be alive and loyal to Caesar.
- Made a round of touch ups to tech balance. More significant changes include melee equipment buffs, Knight and Scribe changes, small adjustments to many industry techs. The full details can be found here:


- Added several new character bios to Baudelio Ranchers, Guardians, Iron Alliance and Slags
- Added unique pictures to some downfall events
- Added 2 achievements “Judgement Day” and “Through the Fire and Flames”
- Added Mojave Territories back to the West Coast bookmark
- Added a leader description to Jack Vickers in Baudelio Ranchers
- Added 2 additional crossings between Rapids and Tohono Nation
- Added starting coastal forts, outposts and bunkers to parts of southern NCR and western Legion states
- Added a line of forts to NCR’s focus “The Crimson Caravan Routes” and two different lines to “Protecting the Boneyard”
- Added a line of forts to the Legion’s focus “Uniting the Wastes”
- Added a starting debuff to Washington BoS and The Cause lost when one annexes the other
- Added an army buff spirit to Hand Warband’s “The Masters of Texas” focus
- Added a spirit to the Legion’s “Legionary Training”
- Added a tech reducing Infantry Combat Width to the Legion’s “The Tip of the Spear”
- Added a starting timed debuff for Vault City tied to the 2275 Selection
- Added 10% starting stability to Vault City to partially offset the above
- Added a starting idea debuff for Shi which is gradually lessened by and related to the debates
- Added a temporary idea given to Shi by their early Navarro news event
- Added war support to the options for Shi’s Navarro Intervention event
- Added starting -10% Construction Speed to the NCR Economy modifier in exchange for -1% Consumer Goods
- Added 5% starting war support to TV Town
- Added 5% starting stability to Nuevo Aztlán
- Added 5% starting stability and war support to Tlaloc
- Added 5% starting stability in exchange for 10% war support to Shi
- Added 15% starting war support in exchange for 5% stability to Petro Chico
- Added starting Tool Procurement, Resource Production and 5% war support to Stormmongers
- Added more building slots and resources to a handful of Legion states
- Added a starting radar station to Weather Monitoring Station
- Added starting ports to: Ocotillo in Rapids; Needles in Mojave Territories; Dry Wells, Kingsman and Poston in the Legion; Tacna in Tohono Nation; and Santa Rosa plus both islands in Valle Bandits
- Added Reservation to the Legion research group at gamestart
- Added 1 military and civilian factory; 5% war support; and slightly more resources, infrastructure and building slots to Baudelio Ranchers at gamestart
- Added 1 starting civilian factory and slightly more resources, infrastructure and building slots to Cowboy Country and Tohono Nation
- Added 1 starting dockyard to Cowboy Country
- Added 1 starting anti-air and radar station to Rusty Hooks
- Added 1 more level of Air Base to Flagstaff, North/South Phoenix and San Antonio
- Added 1 starting outpost to New Canaan and New Jerusalem
- Added 1 starting outpost to Arroyo’s victory points
- Added more starting forts to Monterrey
- Added starting Scout Kit and Anti-Tank Rifle tech, 5% war support, +10% trade opinion,
Wasteland Militias law and 250 manpower to Arroyo
- Added additional influence and coercion for Arroyo as AI
- Added starting Anti-Tank Rifle tech and 3 more Naval Module techs to Gente Del Sol
- Added Asymmetric Warfare tech, Assault Canoes and a Spec Ops template to Navajo at gamestart
- Added Industry Planning, Construction Basics, Crowd Gear, the Wasteland Survival Training law, slightly more building slots and 10% stability to Iron Alliance at gamestart
- Added Mobile Maintenance Crews and more fuel to Two Sun at gamestart
- Added starting Power Armour Frame Hardening tech to Heaven’s Gate
- Added starting Lightweight Metals tech and more energy to Eagle Rock
- Added starting Caravan tech to Standing Rock
- Added 1 military factory, 10% war support and 450 manpower in exchange for 8% stability to Mad Trains at gamestart
- Added 1 starting military factory to Two Sun and Withered Dogs
- Added 1 division, full division equipment and the Funding the Army law to Scorpion’s Bite at gamestart
- Added starting Slashing Melee to Cypher’s Warband
- Added a scientific tech research bonus to NCR Hayes’s first expansion focus
- Added starting production to Californian Way and Baudelio Ranchers
- Added descriptions to Ejército Mexicano’s Cartel and Militia Blues spirits
- Added positive AI strategies for Arroyo and the choice in their 3rd event
- Added AI scripting for Mojave Territories to prepare for the First Dam Battle better
- Added localization for “Anti Air Weaponry Research Speed”


- Changed the icons for vehicle techs Mobile Assault Weaponry and Improved Turrets
- Changed the localisation and icon for Wasteland APC’s to Great War APC’s
- Changed the localisation and icon for Wasteland Bus to Wasteland APC’s
- Changed maximum and minimum opinion from +/-100 to +/-200
- Changed high stability factory and dockyard output from up to +12% to up to +15% and mobilization speed from up to -20% to up to -15%
- Changed high war support mobilization speed from up to +100% to up to +50% and Core Attack and Defense from up to +8% to up to +10%
- Changed base monthly population gain from 0.016 to 0.015
- Changed base suppression needed per 1% resistance from 0.38 to 0.35
- Changed the wartime building destruction cooldown from 25 to 20 days
- Changed the scale of land unit experience gain from 0.07 to 0.06
- Changed the maximum shore bombardment bonus from 0.25 to 0.3
- Changed base damage output in Air Combat to be 25% higher
- Changed maximum planes in air combat simulation from 500 to 750, making the peak lethality of air combat higher
- Changed enemy bombing war support penalties to have a lower cap (60% to 50%), but scale 33% faster
- Changed the base enemy air superiority penalty from -18% to -20%
- Changed outpost and coastal fort construction cost from 700 to 800
- Changed Naval Base construction cost from 3000 to 2500 and added a per-level cost of 500
- Changed the modifiers on some industry techs slightly
- Changed the base coring cost from 25 to 30
- Changed “Large Territorial Administration” factory output from +10% to +5%
- Changed Trade Law levels to give +5% less Trade Tariffs
- Changed decision State Funded Radio Programming’s effect slightly
- Changed the start caps for established organizations from 50k to 25k
- Changed the AI to produce more aircraft under some conditions
- Changed the Scorched Earth operation to be cheaper
- Changed Reno and Vegas tourists to add 1k more caps and 2k more bonus
- Changed traits Fortification Expert and Fortification Engineer to be weaker
- Changed trait Armaments Organizer to be stronger
- Changed effects of some Settler and Raider start events to be weaker
- Changed NCR, Shi, Valle Bandits, Three Rivers, Vault City and Washington BoS starting resources to be slightly lower
- Changed some Arroyo crisis events to occur slightly sooner
- Changed Tlaloc and Diana’s “God from the Machine” to be slightly weaker
- Changed Lost Hills’s Knight and Scribe intros to grant a stronger final modifier and be auto completed soon after “The Paladins” rather than requiring manual completion
- Changed Lost Hills Training Facilities to now affect all units
- Changed some Lost Hills decisions to last longer
- Changed Lost Hills’s “Council Reforms” and “Preparing for the Ceasefires End” to add 1 more Administration Center capacity
- Changed Lost Hills’s “Our Right” branch to have more flexible prereqs
- Changed Lost Hills’s NCR cooperation decision to cost 100 less
- Changed Lost Hills’s Paladin Sway idea to add +5% more political power
- Changed some Lost Hills foci in the NCR War, WMD and Scavenging branches to be stronger
- Changed Lost Hills’s starting resources to be higher
- Changed two Lone Star advisors and some Hand Warband foci to be slightly stronger
- Changed the shared Attis Army capstones to be slightly stronger
- Changed Cerberus’s resistance and compliance bonuses to be in their modifier--rather than traits--alongside added -50% trade opinion
- Changed Cerberus’s Attis and Shale Traits to grant supply consumption -15% and production efficiency base +15%
- Changed Ironmongers’s Mastersmiths law to grant 1% less conscription and its starting debuffs to be slightly higher
- Changed The Cause’s ATA focus to also upgrade Glorious Purpose and changed other foci very slightly for balance
- Changed Washington BoS starting -20% compliance and +10% war support modifiers to -5% political power and +10% war stability
- Changed some Washington BoS foci to be weaker
- Changed a Washington BoS unit to start on Capitol Hill
- Changed Ejército Mexicano’s Cartel and Militia Blues ideas to be added at gamestart and changed the events that start their branches to add 5% stability or war support
- Changed Ejército Mexicano’s Zapata Alamo Chapter event to be 40 days later
- Changed Ejército Mexicano’s “Superior Mechanization” and “The Liberation of Texas” foci to be weaker
- Changed Ejército Mexicano’s Ironmongers wargoal to be locked till Tlaloc’s death
- Changed some Standing Rock foci to be stronger and added intermediate electronics and construction tech to the tree
- Changed Shi’s starting production and templates to be slightly better
- Changed some Shi foci slightly for balance - Changed Shi’s “Big Trouble in Little California” to need 2 prereqs instead of 1
- Changed Two Sun’s vehicle bonuses to be stronger
- Changed Legion AI to be far more likely to avoid the civil war for a leader with max glory rather than choosing randomly
- Changed the Legion’s “Raider Rumble” to only raise resistance temporarily
- Changed the Legion’s Dam Loss branch to be much stronger and have some added effects
- Changed the Legion’s Legion Training spirit to no longer buff speed in exchange for buffing all special forces rather than only spec ops
- Changed the Legion’s autonomy laws to reduce license cost more
- Changed the Legion’s “Commercial Dock Development” to reduce invasion penalty more
- Changed the March West event to make any subject of Lanius’s be Caesar’s rather than being freed and removed from the faction
- Changed the Lanius Caesar’s Warden trait to be weaker
- Changed Lanius and Vault City to get the “Prioritize Consumer Technology” decision instead of “Basic Hygiene Education”
- Changed some Vault City pre-election and Lynette foci to be slightly weaker
- Changed some New Mexico states to have slightly less water
- Changed Lynette’s “The Patrolmen” recovery rate buff to infantry defense
- Changed TV Town’s starting infantry and militia templates to have 2 more battalions
- Changed TV Town’s “Stopping the Sandman” to take 15 less days
- Changed TV Town’s starting spirit to add -15% lack of resources penalty and no longer add -15% division experience
- Changed New Vegas’s Jewel of the Mojave spirit modifiers slightly and changed its percentual conscription malus to be flat
- Changed New Vegas’s Robotics Genius to grant 10% less fuel capacity in exchange for -2.5% securitron cost
- Changed New Vegas’s starting securitron template to be better
- Changed New Vegas’s starting event factories to be slightly less
- Changed NCR AI to pick Kimball 5% more (now 40%) and Hayes 5% less (now 20%)
- Changed NCR Dollars to give +5% less Trade Tariffs
- Changed NCR’s Self-Sacrifice Myth to be weaker
- Changed NCR’s Military Complex debuff event option somewhat
- Changed the NCR’s Hub crisis debuff to be slightly higher
- Changed NCR’s “The Sentries of Shady Sands” to grant a stronger, more specific fort line
- Changed some NCR government laws; some Moore spirits, traits and expansion branch foci; and some Hayes expansion branch foci to be slightly weaker
- Changed NCR’s Dornan general and advisor, Oscar Stone advisor and Admiral Doherty advisor to be slightly weaker
- Changed some NCR Hayes main branch foci to be stronger or shorter
- Changed NCR’s “Roaring Economy” to take 60 days and add 5% less war support
- Changed NCR’s “Retool the Ranger Corps”, “Denounce Kimball’s Rhetoric” and some post-election Kimball and Allgood foci to be slightly weaker
- Changed NCR Moore’s BoS decisions to cost more
- Changed the NCR Civil War “Ranger Divide” idea to grant more debuffs and be removed in Calhoun’s main tree instead of the expansion tree
- Changed Californian State and Californian Way to get -10% stability at the Civil War’s start
- Changed Californian Way to get slightly more of the NCR’s units and stockpile in the civil war
- Changed Mojave Territories’s starting spirit to add 5% less war support
- Changed some Mojave Territories’s civil war branches to be slightly weaker
- Changed some NCR puppet tree shared and country unique foci to be weaker
- Changed MacArthur’s upgraded Salvatore advisor to be slightly stronger
- Changed MacArthur’s Chicago foci to bypass if a people nation
- Changed some MacArthur advisors and lower foci to be weaker
- Changed MacArthur’s APA/Vertibird stockpile from 50 and 20 to 30 and 15 respectively
- Changed some MacArthur focus prereqs slightly
- Changed MacArthur’s APA purchases to cost 2 more energy
- Changed MacArthur’s starting Outsider Law to add +1% more resistance target
- Changed some The Last Patrol foci to be slightly stronger
- Changed the TAA’s Rio rebellion branch to add 5% less net war support
- Changed some early Texan BoS ideas slightly for balance
- Changed Alamo Chapter’s Emergency Production spirit to be slightly stronger
- Changed Alamo Chapter’s Alamo Defenders to have less battalions but more support companies
- Changed Alamo Chapter to have 300 less extra guns
- Changed Alamo’s “United Texan Front” focus to require all 4 of its prereqs rather than only 1
- Changed some Reservation Willem main path foci to be slightly stronger
- Changed New Canaan’s Defender Priest advisor to be stronger
- Changed some later White Legs foci to be slightly weaker
- Changed Mojave Chapter’s starting research speed bonus from 5% to 2.5%
- Changed Mojave Chapter’s “Raw Poseidon Energy” and “Walking Artillery” to give 1 less factory
- Changed Mojave Chapter’s Aggressive Policy buff to be for Hardin rather than Veronica
- Changed Mojave Chapter’s manpower from Veronica’s path to be lower
- Changed Mojave Chapter’s “Victory at Sunburst” focus to add 5% less stability and war support
- Changed some of Mojave Chapter’s weaker post-sunburst foci to be shorter or stronger
- Changed Mojave Chapter’s “Enlist the Families” to add 3 less civilian factories
- Changed Mojave Chapter’s Securitron Vault decision to have higher cost and duration
- Changed a small number of Mojave Chapter’s strongest Big MT and Sierra Madre foci to be slightly weaker
- Changed Montana Chapter’s post Fort Verity foci to take 5 more days
- Changed Montana Chapter’s “No Problem is Too Great” to add less infrastructure
- Changed some Montana Chapter foci to have slightly more prereqs
- Changed a few Eagle Rock industry and blimp bonuses to be slightly weaker
- Changed Eagle Rock’s starting blimp stockpile from 24 to 15
- Changed a few Shale’s Army foci to be slightly stronger
- Changed Three Rivers’s “Buy The Latest Model” to add sophisticated power armor tech and APA schematics rather than free APA
- Changed two Three Rivers doctrine buffs to be smaller
- Changed Hangdogs’s “Open The Box” to take 40 less days
- Changed Hangdogs’s “Big Wrenches” and “The Army of Denver” to be slightly weaker
- Changed many Desert Rangers NCR foci and Snake Vargas’s leader trait to be weaker
- Changed Desert Rangers’s capstone to take 30 more days
- Changed some Maxson Chapter advisors and foci to be weaker
- Changed Maxson Chapter’s Vault 0 capstone effect to be smaller
- Changed some Gente Del Sol advisors and early ideas slightly for balance
- Changed Gente’s 3rd event to add 1 less arms factory in one option
- Changed two Gente research bonus foci to be weaker and two weapons foci to be stronger
- Changed the strength and order of Eighties’s “Life is a Highway” branch foci slightly
- Changed “The Devils of Utah” for Eighties and “The Eternal Quest of the Pure” for Rotpurgers to grant -5% more Trade Opinion
- Changed start spirits for Baron’s Eyrie, Bismarck, Coal Consortium, Metal Mouths, Niitsitapi and The Pursuant to be weaker
- Changed Max Sec’s tiered NCR spirit to be weaker
- Changed Overwatch Tock’s description to be shorter
- Changed the NCR Baggers unique puppet branch to be disabled
- Changed the Snowmads and Mad Trains formables to have slightly weaker effects
- Changed the New Mariposa formable to add compliance and reduced resistance rather than coring every respective state
- Changed the Legion’s Phoenix branch tithe foci to add more caps - Changed some top-half Navajo foci to be slightly stronger
- Changed Snowmads’s leader trait to be weaker
- Changed Iron Alliance’s formables to grant stronger, slightly altered effects
- Changed Lanius’s focus “A False Goddess” giving wargoals on Twin Mothers even after they’ve fled to Paradise


- Fixed the assign medal unitview GUI quick button not being visible
- Fixed the retain cores popupwindow GUI checkbox for releasing countries not being visible
- Fixed sphere state ownership checks for subject countries not accounting for the state being owned by another subject with their same overlord
- Fixed an error leading certain coring related modifiers to have been dramatically increase
- Fixed the Steal Army Supplies operation not rewarding equipment properly
- Fixed the NCR getting locked into the Bull’s Demesne if the Legion Civil War occurs and they are unable to capture all of Caesar’s core territory
- Fixed Culto Al Sol having no advisors and no caps income
- Fixed some Reno/Vegas tourism localisation
- Fixed Mojave Chapter’s Legion targeted defense modifier not applying due to a coding error
- Fixed some Mojave Chapter foci having lower durations than intended
- Fixed Gente Del Sol’s 3rd event having an option with no effect
- Fixed an exploit where Troll Warren could take its Bone Dancers and Chemult Station wargoals despite taking the non-aggression pact
- Fixed the Lone Star and Hand Warband theorists having swapped bonuses
- Fixed various NCR, Caesar’s Legion, Standing Rock, Stormmongers and Montana Chapter foci and decisions which lacked wargoal alerts/triggers or proper state control triggers
- Fixed some compliance or resistance effects which mistakenly used decimal values
- Fixed Honduras’s AI Defense Focus being erroneously high
- Fixed an oversight which made AI weights for certain sets of manpower laws too high or low
- Fixed a bug that led certain nation AI scripts for diplomacy or armies to malfunction
- Fixed the Hand Warband focus “A Slave To Be Admired” not giving a commander
- Fixed the NCR being able to try and push investments on the Mojave Territories
- Fixed Troll Warren being unable to progress in their tree if the Marrow Drinkers annex the Carcass Walkers before they do
- Fixed Eclipse Uprising receiving generic advisors


- Removed 5% starting stability, 2 military factories and 1 civilian factory from MacArthur
- Removed starting Automation tech and 1 infrastructure from Vault City
- Removed starting Ohm’s Law from Ejército Mexicano
- Removed 1 starting infrastructure in 10-Signs for the Legion and Fort Lyon for Maxson Chapter
- Removed 1 starting infrastructure and 1 of each factory from a Manitoba state
- Removed 2 starting infrastructure from Los
- Removed 1 starting infrastructure and military factory from Bitter Springs in Mojave Territories
- Removed 1 starting infrastructure from: Eden, Ashton, Hopeville, Arroyo and some states for Shi and Sky Reavers
- Removed 1 of each starting factory from Timberline
- Removed 1 starting civilian factory from Navarro Territories, Sky Reavers, TAA, Stormmongers, Rupertsland Trading Co. and Old Believers
- Removed 2 starting civilian factories from Batford Brigade
- Removed 1 starting military factory from Hangdogs, The Pursuant, Baron’s Eyrie, Three Rivers and Whitecourt
- Removed 5% starting stability from Vault City and Whitecourt
- Removed 5% starting war support from Mojave Chapter and New Vegas
- Removed 3% starting war support from Lanius

Technical Changes

- Added more AI event choice scripting for NCR, MacArthur and Texan BoS
- Added a debug decision to spawn Alamo Chapter for Texan BoS
- Changed Alamo’s AI focus plan to be more optimal
- Changed minor parts of some nation starting production for quality of life
- Changed minor parts of AI army composition and research behaviors to be more optimal
- Fixed misc. localisation errors for many nations
- Fixed missing bypasses for select wargoal foci
- Fixed some unused and inaccessible NCR focuses still being enabled in the code
- Fixed missing localisation for certain modifiers
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2023.05.29 18:25 sascachujuan 2023 Saskatchewan Marathon: My first marathon, a race report

Race Information
Name: Saskatchewan Marathon
Date: May 28, 2023
Distance: 42.2 km
Location: Saskatoon, SK, Canada
Time: 3:29:14
Goal Description Completed?
A Finish Yes
B Sub 3:30 Yes
Km Time
1 4:25
2 4:37
3 4:40
4 4:17 <- Steep downhill section
5 4:38
6 4:41
7 4:41
8 4:43
9 4:49
10 4:41
11 4:48
12 4:37
13 4:45
14 4:47
15 4:35
16 4:43
17 4:46
18 4:47
19 5:00
20 4:43
21 4:56
22 5:10
23 4:50
24 4:53
25 4:56
26 5:02
27 5:02
28 4:57
29 5:02
30 5:01
31 5:07
32 5:09
33 5:11
34 5:16
35 5:18
36 5:15
37 5:22
38 5:24
39 5:25
40 5:26
41 5:17
42 5:02
42.(43) 2:03 <- As per my Garmin watch
This was my first marathon. I have previously run 5 half-marathons, the first being in 2018. I signed up for the Saskatchewan Marathon because I had been selected in the Chicago Marathon lottery and I wanted to have at least one marathon completed before Chicago. I liked the idea of training for a spring marathon before Chicago in the fall, and this is a relatively local event, so it seemed practical to run the Saskatchewan Marathon as my very first.
Winter in Saskatchewan is brutal, I had to log a lot of kilometres on my treadmill. I also had to replace the track on my treadmill at one point, thankfully the weather outside was mild enough at that time (only about -10C, or about 14F) that I could do long-ish runs outside when I needed to. I didn’t follow any particular training plan, but rather I read various marathon training plans and sort of pieced together a mileage plan that I felt I could achieve. I never fully reached my mileage goals. I was planning to hit 80+ kilometres in my peak week, but my highest weekly mileage was only 71.9km. Not a big deal, this is my first marathon and I was asking a lot of my body. I had also contracted Covid for the first time at the end of March, but surprisingly it didn’t set me too far back on my training. Overall, I was happy with how my training went, and I have a lot of things to build on for this fall.
I drove up to Saskatoon the day before the race. Supper of the night before the race was a vermicelli noodle bowl from a Vietnamese restaurant with some fresh rolls to start. I also bought some cupcakes from a local bakery. The morning of the race I had some cereal that I brought from home, coffee from the hotel room, and a banana. As someone who sleeps poorly at the best of times, I actually managed a decent night sleep in the hotel. This was about as good as it was ever gonna get before the race.
The race started at 7:00 AM. The weather at the start was about 13C (about 55F) and overcast, which I felt was pretty perfect (I actually would’ve liked it to have been a bit cooler). It remained cloudy throughout the run, which was also ideal in my opinion. It had rained overnight and was still a bit humid, so the cooler weather prevented things from getting uncomfortable. We have also been dealing with a lot of smoke from wildfires over the past few weeks. The air quality at times had been at hazardous levels. Thankfully the air quality conditions on race day were much improved as well.
I kept telling myself to not go out too fast at the start. I really didn’t intend to. But it was hard to not get swept up in the initial adrenaline run. It also seemed that a lot of slower runners were lined up near the front of the chute, and people were quite packed near the starting line, so I had to start a little further back than I would have liked. I think my initial adrenaline rush and urge to get out in front of the slower runners contributed to pushing a little harder at the start. I don’t think it hurt the race too much, but I hope I can level out some of the splits in my next marathon.
The first few kilometres are largely downhill. Much of the race is spent running along the South Saskatchewan River, but you start up on a hill. This also means that coming back to the finish line is mostly uphill. The first 10km felt great, due largely to fresh-legs and the downhill course. The remainder of the initial first-half of the marathon wasn’t too bad, but you do have to climb partly back up the hill, because the course essentially has you run up and down the river twice. It is also notable that I set a personal best time in the half-marathon in the first-half of the race. I anticipated that this would happen, because I’m in much better shape than I was the last time I ran a half-marathon, but it was not a goal I had for this race.
My longest training run before this event was exactly 30.0km. Running past that 30km marker was a whole new world to me. I had always heard the real marathon starts with the last 10km remaining. This would become painfully true. All the aches I had been feeling were amplified. My legs were cramping to the point I was afraid it might derail my race. Everything did ultimately hold out for me, but it never got easier. With 10km to go my paces were slowing, and then there was the dreaded overall climb back up to the finish line. I was continually doing the math in my head to see where I needed to be in order to come in under the 3:30-mark. At one point I thought the goal time had slipped away, and I was telling myself it was okay because this was the first marathon. But with about 5km to go, I figured I could make it if I kept the splits under 5:30/km. This became my focus. I tried to stay out of my head and just focus on running steady. As the finish line got closer, I kept saying to myself “just 10 more minutes of this”… “5 more minutes”… then it was over. I was pretty overwhelmed crossing the finish line, so much hard work and anticipation, and I did it.
As soon as I crossed, I got my medal and walked over to my partner. My legs were cramping fast to the point that walking was very painful and difficult. I also felt pretty nauseous, I think largely due to all of the sugary gels and fruit bars I had eaten during the run (roughly 1 energy gel/fruit bar per 5km). I don’t want to even look at a GU energy gel for a looong time. I got some post-race food, a coffee, and then headed back to the hotel for a warm shower.
Made with a new race report generator created by herumph.
Edits: formatting, I fixed it the best I can... lol.
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2023.05.29 18:04 lysurgical I'm in Nevada, and I oppose the stadium deal. I just registered my opinion on the legislature's web site. Read on for what I wrote (and useful links to where Nevada voters can do the same).

Here's what I wrote (some of it I cribbed from posts on this subreddit; I thank you all for your help writing this):
I'm a life-long baseball fan, a senior citizen, and I vote in every election. I oppose this bill for a number of reasons, but especially because diverting tax revenue to pay for a baseball stadium to house a team owned by a billionaire is nothing more than corporate welfare. The tax revenue diverted to build the stadium could be better spent on increased funding for schools, affordable housing for seniors, alleviating the statewide doctor shortage, road improvements, etc. Things we really NEED.
There won't really be any "new" construction jobs created at the Tropicana site because the property is going to be re-developed anyway, no matter what is built there. As for jobs at the stadium itself, they'll only be low-paying, part-time, seasonal jobs with no health insurance or benefits of any kind. We have too many of these kinds of jobs in Nevada right now. We need to create full-time jobs that pay a living wage.
The team owners have projected that the stadium will attract well over two million fans a year. To do this, the stadium will have to sell out almost every game (simple arithmetic). Not even successful teams in larger markets (e.g., New York, Chicago, L.A.) can sell out consistently. It's highly unlikely the A's will be able to either, even if the majority of people attending the games are from out of town. Few people from Cleveland, Cincinnati, etc. will come to Vegas to attend a game in the middle of the week.
Also, why is all the pressure on the legislature to do something RIGHT NOW? The A’s didn’t have to wait until the end of the legislative session to commit to a site (and then switch it three weeks later). The rush is because of the A’s desperation. It is not Nevada’s fault. We should not divert tax revenue to build this stadium; I implore you to vote NO on this bill.
If building a stadium with tax revenue that can be put to better use is in the best interests of the people of Nevada, then let the people of Nevada vote on this issue. There should be no hurry to get this deal done. The threat that a deal must be done NOW, or the deal goes away, FOREVER, is just an old salesman’s trick. There will be other opportunities to bring an MLB team to Nevada. Let’s take the time to do it right.
Links: Like most local news outlets, Fox 5 Vegas is usually only good for traffic and weather. Their web site, however, has an article with links to where Nevada voters can go to register their opinion with the legislature. The article also has an opinion poll where (I THINK) anyone from anywhere can vote.
This one has the text of the bill as it is currently written (it may change):
Where Nevada voters can go to share their opinion: (There's a 2000 character limit for written opinions) Edit: Oops. It looks like this link only goes to the overview page. Just scroll down to the bottom of this page and click on the "Submit opinion or view opinion stats for SB509" link. Sorry about that.
I don't mind if any Nevada voters use what I wrote as inspiration for their written opinion, but I think it would be best to re-write it in your own words, because we don't want the legislature to think they're being spammed.
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2023.05.29 15:48 intersecting_lines +EV Homer Plays for today => +13.7% EV KC MJ Melendez (+520 FD) • +7% EV COL Nolan Jones (+800 FD) • +3% EV NYY Aaron Judge (+235 FD)

What is +EV betting. tldr, one of the only ways to be profitable in the long term betting on home runs since home run lines are usually juiced to the tits. You basically are trying to find sportsbooks and markets that have mispriced odds in the bettors favor. You aren't looking into stats, pitching matchups, weather, or ballpark rankings. As ActionNetwork puts it
EV betting is not about what you think will happen, but about an advantage you have over the implied probabilities of bets by using lines and information sportsbooks are already giving you
I use a devigger to remove the sportsbooks vig and to calculate +EV against a sharp book like bet365. I choose bet365 because it has one of the lowest vigs on home runs out of all sportsbooks and is widely popular. This is what the smartest people look for in the dinger tuesday threads to ensure profitability over the long-term.
These aren't guarantees, these guys are NOT likely to home run on a given day, but if you take enough +EV plays over a long period of time, you should end up profitable. My record since starting posting: 13W-49L (+17.40u)
My Picks (I take all +EV plays for $5. I'm posting the odds I got them at...make sure to check odds because lines move fast on fanduel HRs)
13.7% EV: KC Mj Melendez +520 FD vs bet365 +360/-500. Implied = 18.3% 7.0% EV: COL Nolan Jones +800 FD vs bet365 +550/-850. Implied = 11.9% 7.0% EV: OAK Jj Bleday +800 FD vs bet365 +550/-850. Implied = 11.9% 3.7% EV: LAA Mickey Moniak +600 FD vs bet365 +450/-650. Implied = 14.8% 1.5% EV: NYY Aaron Judge +230 FD vs bet365 +200/-245. Implied = 30.7% 1.3% EV: LAA Mike Trout +320 FD vs bet365 +265/-350. Implied = 24.1% 6.5% EV: SEA Cal Raleigh +350 FD vs bet365 +270/-360. Implied = 23.7%
All updated EVs combined with negative EV plays close to 0 (I don't bet if negative EV but they have the chance of becoming +EV with a slight odds change, so keep on radar)
updated: 11:00AM EST
7.0% EV: OAK Jj Bleday +800 FD vs bet365 +550/-850. Implied = 11.9% 1.5% EV: NYY Aaron Judge +230 FD vs bet365 +200/-245. Implied = 30.7% 1.3% EV: LAA Mike Trout +320 FD vs bet365 +265/-350. Implied = 24.1% 1.0% EV: OAK Seth Brown +540 FD vs bet365 +425/-600. Implied = 15.8% -2.3% EV: LAA Mickey Moniak +600 FD vs bet365 +475/-700. Implied = 14.0% -3.7% EV: OAK Shea Langeliers +750 FD vs bet365 +575/-900. Implied = 11.3% -3.7% EV: NYY Harrison Bader +750 FD vs bet365 +575/-900. Implied = 11.3% -5.2% EV: ATL Matt Olson +330 FD vs bet365 +300/-390. Implied = 22.0% -7.9% EV: LAA Brandon Drury +560 FD vs bet365 +475/-700. Implied = 14.0% -8.1% EV: LAA Matt Thaiss +750 FD vs bet365 +600/-950. Implied = 10.8% -8.3% EV: LAA Hunter Renfroe +400 FD vs bet365 +360/-500. Implied = 18.3% -8.4% EV: SEA Cal Raleigh +360 FD vs bet365 +330/-450. Implied = 19.9% -13.2% EV: OAK Ryan Noda +630 FD vs bet365 +550/-850. Implied = 11.9% -14.8% EV: ATL Marcell Ozuna +440 FD vs bet365 +425/-600. Implied = 15.8% -15.7% EV: WSH Joey Meneses +680 FD vs bet365 +600/-950. Implied = 10.8% -16.3% EV: NYY Gleyber Torres +500 FD vs bet365 +475/-700. Implied = 14.0% -20.7% EV: SEA Jp Crawford +800 FD vs bet365 +725/-1200. Implied = 8.8% -20.7% EV: LAD Jason Heyward +600 DK vs bet365 +575/-900. Implied = 11.3% -21.5% EV: NYY Willie Calhoun +560 FD vs bet365 +550/-850. Implied = 11.9% -23.4% EV: WSH Alex Call +900 FD vs bet365 +825/-1400. Implied = 7.7% -25.2% EV: LAA Zach Neto +750 FD vs bet365 +725/-1200. Implied = 8.8% -25.8% EV: LAD Miguel Vargas +680 FD vs bet365 +675/-1100. Implied = 9.5% -25.8% EV: WSH Lane Thomas +680 FD vs bet365 +675/-1100. Implied = 9.5%
These are not meant to be parlayed
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